Classes

CE 391V.1: (Practice) Infrastructure Systems Management

Prerequisite: Graduate standing and consent of instructor.
Overview: This course focuses on the c
oncepts, principles, theories, and models for infrastructure management, with emphasis on civil infrastructure systems.

CE 391V.3: (Vision) Intelligent Infrastructure Systems

Prerequisite: Graduate standing and consent of instructor.
Overview: This course focuses on the concepts, frameworks, and models of intelligent infrastructure systems, with emphasis on the application of emerging technologies and advanced modeling techniques.

CE 391P.1: Pavement Management Systems

Prerequisite: This course is an advanced pavement course for graduate students. Senior undergraduate students may take this course only with special permission from the instructor.
Overview: This course focuses on the c
oncepts, principles, theories, and models for managing pavement systems.

CE 391V : INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS

Prerequisite: Graduate standing and consent of instructor.
Overview: This course focuses on management principles, modeling techniques, computer applications, and emerging technologies for the analysis, engineering, and management of infrastructure systems. This course meets for three lecture hours over the course of one semester and may be repeated for credit when the topics vary. 

CE 321 : Transportation Systems

Prerequisite:  Students taking this course must show completion of at least three hours of a basic statistics course or obtain the consent of the instructor.  
Overview: This course serves as an introduction to the concepts, processes, technologies, and tools for the analysis, design, engineering, and management of transportation systems with a concentrated focus on highway transportation.