Catalog 2016-2017 
    
    Sep 22, 2018  
Catalog 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

CIVL 208 Civil Engineering Project

5 credits


This course incorporates project-based learning and allows students to develop critical thinking and engineering problem solving skills by researching, exploring and proposing solutions to current civil engineering problems. The course will engage students into the broad spectra of challenges and contemporary issues in civil and environmental engineering especially with regard to sustainability and design. Students work individually or on a team, explore and document the process of their work through sketches, study models, and design, and present their drawings, applying skills learned previously in the classroom to current civil engineering challenges facing the civil engineering industry. Students have ability to collaborate with other civil, architectural, and/or mechanical students.

Certificate students who wish to take this course as a technical elective will need instructor permission to do so.

Prerequisites: CIVL 205 , CIVL 206 , and CIVL 225  

Corequisites: CADE 202  

Quarters Offered: Cohort 1: Spring