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CEĀ 457 Wood, Steel, and Concrete Structures 4 Cr.

This course builds directly on the material learned in CE 351 and is specifically directed to the study of the response of structural systems to various loadings. Gravity and lateral loads as well as load combinations on a structure are developed using appropriate building codes. The response of the structural system to imposed loading is studied by classical and computer analysis techniques. This course introduces the students to applications - the design of simple structures of wood, steel, concrete and other materials that meet the appropriate building code. Classroom 4 hours. Prerequisite: CE 351; not open to Civil Engineering majors.

Construction Management

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...Systems I 3 CE 457 Wood, Steel, and Concrete Structures 4 CE 336 Introduction to...

Architectural Studies (undergraduate)

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...AP 221 Site Development and Design 3 CE 457 Wood, Steel, and Concrete Structures 4...