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Master of Science - Core Courses in Specialty Areas

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The Master of Science in Civil Engineering core courses in the specialty areas are listed as follows:

Environmental Engineering
Water and Wastewater Engineering:  Satisfied by an appropriate course
as an undergraduate or CE579.
CE580 Environmental Chemistry
CE584 Chemodynamics
CE582 Environmental Systems or CE586 Industrial Ecology

And one of the following:
CE681 Environmental Physico-Chemical Processes
CE682 Environmental Biological Processes
ES534 Air Pollution Control

A course in applied statistics is strongly recommended.

Geotechnical Engineering
Four from the following list:
CE512/ME555 Introduction to Structural and Soil Dynamics
CE513 Elastic Waves and Non-Destructive Tests
CE516 Advanced Soil Mechanics
CE519 Advanced Foundation Design
CE527/ME527 Advanced Fluid Mechanics
CE538 Introduction to the Finite Element Method
CE551 Theory of Elasticity
CE554 Continuum Mechanics
ME531 Computational Fluid Dynamics

Structural and Materials Engineering
CE549 Experimental Methods in Structures
CE554 Continuum Mechanics

And two of the following:
CE501 Fracture Mechanics of Concrete Structures
CE512 Introduction to Structural and Soil Dynamics
CE520 Computational Methods of Structural Analysis
CE521 Analysis of Advanced Composite Structures
CE538 Introduction to Finite Element Method
CE551 Theory of Elasticity
CE553 Properties and Performance of Concrete Materials
CE631 Cement Chemistry
CE633 Plasticity

Water Resource Engineering
Four from the following list:
CE527/ME527 Advanced Fluid Mechanics
CE554 Continuum Mechanics
CE569 Watershed Analysis
CE570 Stream Riparian System and Fluvial Morphology
CE571 Computational River Dynamics
CE572 Shallow Water Hydrodynamics
CE573 Sediment Transport
CE574 Hydrodynamic Dispersion
CE575 Coastal Engineering
CE576 Hydraulic Engineering in Cold Regions
ME531 Computational Fluid Dynamics