Current Online Courses

EngiNet Course Offerings

Courses — Spring 2019 — January 28 - May 18

Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering

CIE 522 Design of Structures for Fire

CIE 534 Earthquake Engineering and Foundation Dynamics

CIE 579 Bridge/Highway Infrastructure Management and Public Policy

CIE 585 Prestressed Concrete Design for Highway Bridges

Engineering and Applied Sciences

EAS 522 Principles of Engineering Management II

EAS 590 Case Studies in Engineering Management

Industrial and Systems Engineering

IE 505 Product Planning and Control

IE 508 Quality Assurance

IE 541 Human Factors in Safety

IE 564 Lean Enterprise/Manufacturing

Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering

CIE 522 - Design of Structures for Fire

This course focuses on behavior and design of structural elements and systems under fire. Topics addressed in this course include fire load, material properties at elevated temperatures, fire resistance of structures, current code guidelines and standards for fire design, analytical tools and risk assessment frameworks for fire. aThis course focuses on behavior and design of structural elements and systems under fire. Topics addressed in this course include fire load, material properties at elevated temperatures, fire resistance of structures, current code guidelines and standards for fire design, analytical tools and risk assessment frameworks for fire. >>> More

CIE 534 - Earthquake Engineering and Foundation Dynamics

Faculty: Tessari

Fundamental principles and design methods for geotechnical earthquakeengineering and machine foundations are presented in this course. Topics covered in thecourse include basic concepts of seismology, earthquakes, strong ground motion, andseismic hazard analysis. The basic principles of wave propagation are used to developprocedures for site response analysis and to provide insight into such important problemsas local site effects, liquefaction, seismic slope stability, and seismic designof retaining structures. Analysis and design procedures for dynamically loadedshallow and pile foundations are discussed. >>> More

CIE 579 - Bridge/Highway Infrastructure Management and Public Policy

Faculty: O'Connor

Issues, approaches, and practices in the management of bridge and transportation infrastructure systems and public policy. Topics include the roles of bridge engineers in managing highway transportation infrastructure, specifications and standards of practice, capital project development and financing mechanisms, research funding processes, environmental issues, project delivery procurement methods and asset management. >>> More

CIE 585 - Prestressed Concrete Design for Highway Bridges

Faculty: Okumus

Prestressed concrete is one of the most common materials for bridge construction due to its structural efficiency, durability and aesthetic appeal. This course aims to help engineers understand the behavior of prestressed concrete bridge structures and learn standard design methods. >>> More

Engineering and Applied Sciences

EAS 522 - Principles of Engineering Management II

Faculty: Chang

This course covers the basics in engineering economics, managerial accounting, financial management, and marketing management in order to ready future engineering managers for interacting effectively with these corporate functions complimentary to engineering/technology. Serving to further broaden students' perspectives are discussions on e-commerce applications and globalization and the impact of these emerging market forces on engineering enterprises and managerial functions in the new Millennium. >>> More

EAS 590 - Case Studies in Engineering Management

Faculty: Barnes

This capstone course should be taken in the last year of the student's program. A case-oriented course which examines in detail the role of the engineering manager as strategic planner and policymaker. Five or six case studies will be presented for discussion, analysis and report. The use and efficacy of engineering management methods will be evaluated for each case.

Industrial and Systems Engineering

IE 505 - Product Planning and Control

Faculty: Zhou

The focus of this course is the analysis and design of industrial control systems with an emphasis on the application of network methods in project planning, scheduling, line balancing, and forecasting.

IE 508 - Quality Assurance

Faculty: Kelly

Familiarizes students with the application of statistical quality problem-solving methodologies used to characterize, leverage, and reduce process variability. This course emphasizes the application of sampling methodologies, sample size determination, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, correlation, regression, measurement systems analysis, design and analysis of saturated experimental designs, design and analysis response surface experimental designs, and statistical process control. >>> More

IE 541 - Human Factors in Safety

Faculty: Bolton

Theories of accident causation. Development of a systems approach for collecting and analyzing accident data. Fault tree analysis and THERP. Federal and state legislation. Organization and management of a safety program in a company. Prevention of common safety hazards. Design of warning signs, propaganda, and training. >>> More

IE 564 - Lean Enterprise/Manufacturing

Please contact the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering >>> More


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