The structural design minor creates a focus on the different types of structures and materials used in design. It also introduces related design codes. The minor is designed to accommodate students majoring in mechanical engineering technology or mechanical engineering.
|CVET-332||Structural Analysis with STAAD|
|CVET-432||Structural Design–Reinforced Concrete|
|Choose one of the following:|
|CVET-433||Structural Timber Design|
|CVET-434||Design of Highway Bridges|
Quarter Curriculum - For Reference Only
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The minor focuses on structural design and the analysis of steel, concrete, and wood. The minor also explores building codes as they relate to design.
Students from outside the civil engineering technology program with majors in mechanical engineering technology or mechanical engineering would benefit from the minor. The minor is not limited to students in these fields of study, but there are some technical prerequisite courses.
0610-302 Introduction to Statics
0610-303 Strength of Materials
0608-404 Applied Mechanics of Materials
0608-490 Structural Analysis
0608-304 Structural Loads and Systems
Electives—Choose three of the following:
0608-470 Timber Design
0608-497 Structural Steel Design
0608-305 Structural Computer Applications
0608-496 Reinforced Concrete Design