Program Learning Objectives
a. Formulate and solve advanced structural engineering problems.
b. Analyze and model non-linear building response.
c. Design a building system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as regulatory, economic, environmental and constructability.
d. Function in interdisciplinary teams for the design and construction of buildings.
e. Communicate effectively.
|ARCE 501||Advanced Structural Mechanics||3|
|ARCE 502||Nonlinear Structural Behavior I||3|
|ARCE 503||Nonlinear Structural Behavior II||3|
|ARCE 504||Finite Element Method for Building Structures||3|
|ARCE 511||Structural Systems Behavior||3|
|ARCH 551||Architectural Design (5, 5) 1||10|
|Select from the following: 2||9|
|Structural Engineering Design Project (3, 3, 3)|
or 9 units of approved elective courses in a student's Formal Study Plan and a comprehensive examination
|Approved Electives 2|
5 units of ARCH 551 may be replaced with 5 units of approved elective courses for students to collaborate with faculty on teaching-scholar research, to pursue electives focused on their masters project, or to broaden their masters coursework where appropriate.
At least 7 units of Approved Elective courses must be at 500 level.