Course Description :

Introduction to computer applications in civil and environmental engineering. Integration of design, data management, and problem solving skills with computer tools and techniques. Topics include systems analysis, optimization, database management, computer-programming languages.

Specific Course Objectives :
  • Perform linear algebra and matrix operations related to Civil Engineering systems.
  • Determine roots of nonlinear equations and solve sets of linear equations.
  • Construct, interpret and solve simple optimization problems.
  • Develop and program engineering analyses.
  • Create user-defined functions in a programming environment.
  • Conduct data analyses with pivot tables.
  • Perform numerical integration.
  • Combine and quantitatively analyze a global data set, and interpret the differences within individual world views.
Course Prerequisite :
Junior Standing in CEE.
Hours & Credits :
3H, 3C
Semester Offered :
Fall, Spring
Program Area :
Interdisciplinary Programs