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Ce 280w - Civil Engineering Projects

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CE 280W Civil Engineering Projects Catalog description Design of Civil Engineering Projects Students working singly or in groups produce solutions to Civil Engineering design projects from the first concepts through preliminary proposals sketches cost estimations design evaluation oral presentation and written reports Prerequisite Departmental consent required This course can be taken no sooner than the semester in which the student completes the Professional Requirements for the B S degree Prerequisite to Graduation Texts The Elements of Technical Writing Blake Bly MacMillan 1993 Course Objectives The objective of this course is to prepare students for careers in the practice of professional engineering Course Outcomes After successfully completing this course students will be able to integrate science mathematics and engineering principles in designing solutions to real engineering problems and post graduate professional education Topics 1 Mini project topic selection short design projects assigned by instructors 2 Written report of mini project design 3 5 minute oral presentation of mini projects 4 Major project topic selection by teams of 2 or 3 students topic approved by instructors 5 Major project proposal describing the problem and work timeline the team will deliver 6 Progress reports describing ongoing work and plans for each team member 7 Written report of major project design 8 15 20 minute oral presentation of project 9 Group evaluations of fellow team members work Schedule 12 weeks of 1 5 hour lecture recitations 3 3 hour recitations presentations Relationship of Course to ABET Criteria Criterion 2 Program Educational Objectives The open ended design experience combined with the oral and written presentations required prepares students to develop careers characterized by each of ourCriterion 2 Program Educational Objectives 1 professional employment in structural environmental geotechnical water resources or transportation engineering 2 engineering



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