2022-23 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

EGCE-3110 Geotechnical Engineering –Sp 4 hours Characteristics and classification of geological materials; physical, mechanical, and hydraulic properties of soil and rock; issues such as seepage, consolidation, stress distribution, and settlement will all undergo analyses. Integrated laboratory work in soil classification and soil mechanics. Prerequisites: EGCE-2410 Civil Engineering Materials; EGME-2530 Statics and Mechanics of Materials. (Fee:$100) EGCE-3210 Introduction to Hydraulic Engineering –Fa 3 hours Collection and distribution of water; flow of fluids through orifices and weirs; laminar and turbulent flows in closed conduits and open channels; model analysis using the principles of dimensional analysis; rainfall and runoff. Prerequisites: EGME- 2530 Statics and Mechanics of Materials; MATH-2710 Calculus III; PHYS-2110 General Physics. EGCE-3220 Design of Water Distribution Systems –Sp 4 hours Extension of fundamental hydraulics theory into design practice for commonly encountered problems in civil engineering hydraulic systems and structures. Basic concepts of hydraulics, including unsteady pipelines, open channel flows, loose boundary hydraulics, and coastal hydraulics are reviewed, extended, and applied to a variety of practical systems. Prerequisite: EGCE-3210 Intro to Hydraulic Engineering. (Fee:$100) EGCE-3410 Construction Engineering –Fa 3 hours This course focuses on construction engineering issues associated with the implementation of designed civil systems. The aim is to provide the student with an understanding of the range of construction equipment and techniques in common use, as well as the planning and direction of construction works. Addresses projects of various scales, focusing on common factors such as utilization of workers, machines and materials, and requirements for project organization and control. The material covers both construction techniques, construction management, and project documentation. Corequisite: EGCE-2320 Principles of Surveying EGCE-3510 Structural Analysis –Fa 3 hours Structural analysis of statically determinate and indeterminate systems; deflections, energy methods, and force method; column stability. Prerequisite: EGME-2530 Statics and Mechanics of Materials. EGCE-3520 Design of Steel Structures –Sp 4 hours Introduction to structual design practice in steel. Topics include estimating structural loads, design of individual members, and structural connection design. Course focuses on design practice in accordance with nationally recognized codes for both structural steel design and load estimation. Includes integrated lab component covering structural detailing and use of computer- based design software. Course includes major class project. Prerequisite: EGCE-3510 Structural Analysis. (Fee:$100) EGCE-3610 Environmental Engineering –Fa 4 hours Emphasizes chemical, ecological, and hydrological fundamentals in order to solve environmental engineering problems related to water quality, air pollution, solid and hazardous waste management, sustainability, and risk management. Experiments in water, soil, and air quality and chemistry will be performed. Prerequisites: CHEM-1050 Chemistry for Engineers; EGCE-2410 Civil Engineering Materials. (Fee:$100) EGCE-3620 Air Pollution Management and Design –Sp 4 hours Course focuses on developing an understanding of the sources, fates, and effects of various airborne contaminants. There will be an emphasis on the design and analysis of engineering treatment systems and control of these contaminants in various operational scenarios. Includes integrated lab component covering assessment, and measurement of airborne contaminants, mitigation assessment and the use of computer-based design and modeling software. Course includes major class project. Prerequisites: EGCE-3610 Environmental Engineering (Fee:$100) CY-4330 Software Security –Sp 3 hours A detailed look at issues involved in providing secure software systems. Students will study principles and practices of software development that result in software that is robust and secure from attack. Students will learn techniques for analyzing software to determine whether it contains weaknesses that are vulnerable to exploitation. Students will also explore reverse engineering of software to understand the design of an existing software component to determine its security and whether it could contain malware. Prerequisites: CY-3320 Linux Systems Programming; CS-3350 Foundations of Computer Security. (Fee: $50) CY-4810 Secure Software Engineering I –Fa 3 hours The capstone experience for Cyber Operations majors. Introduction to secure software engineering principles focusing on requirement development, detailed design, risk analysis, project scheduling and management, quality assurance, and testing. Student teams meet regularly to develop a project management plan, a requirements document, and a detailed design. They begin implementation of their project that will be completed in CY-4820 Secure Software Engineering II. Prerequisite: CY-3420 Cyber Defense; corequisite: CS-3410 Algorithms. (crosslisted with CS- 4810 Software Engineering I) (Fee: $50) CY-4820 Secure Software Engineering II –Sp 4 hours Continuation of CY-4810 Secure Software Engineering I. Student teams will complete the implementation, testing, and release of their capstone project, submit regular progress reports, prepare a final report, and make a formal project presentation. Prerequisite: CY-4810 Secure Software Engineering I. (crosslisted with CS-4820 Software Engineering II)(Fee: $50) Civil Engineering (EGCE) EGCE-1920 Introduction to Civil Engineering –Sp 2 hours Introduction to the civil engineering profession. Course will cover the breadth of the civil profession and include a survey of major civil engineering sub-disciplines. Professional practice topics including career paths, ethics, professional engagement, teamwork, communication, design processes, and legal aspects of civil engineering practice will be introduced. The integrated lab will provide introduction to civil engineering drawing and will include a class project to introduce concepts of project-based engineering. Prerequisite: EGGN-1110 The Engineering Profession. (Fee:$100) EGCE-2320 Principles of Surveying –Fa 2 hours Surveying is an essential element in civil engineering planning, design, construction, and monitoring processes. Lectures will introduce the skills, knowledge, and roles of surveyors, and will seek to develop understanding of basic surveying principles and basic interpretation of graphical data. Laboratory exercises will enable students to apply presented materials in a physical context, developing basic skill in performing survey work. Prerequisite: EGCE-1920 Intro to Civil Engineering. (Fee:$100) EGCE-2410 Civil Engineering Materials –Fa 4 hours Introduction to the behavior of steel, concrete, wood, polymers, and asphalt as they apply to civil engineering and construction applications. Topics will include material response to mechanical loading and environment conditions in order to explain possible modes of failure when materials are placed into service. Integrated lab component provides hands-on experience in the characterization and testing of civil engineering materials. Emphasis will be placed on characterization of materials to internationally recognized standards. Testing techniques and quality control will also be introduced in lectures and developed in laboratory exercises. Prerequisite: EGCE-1920 Introduction to Civil Engineering. (Fee: $100) 2022–23 Undergraduate Academic Catalog Page 263 Course Descriptions CY-4330 – EGCE-3620 ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE