Teaching

The Department of Civil Engineering offers the following undergraduate and graduate courses in Construction Engineering and Management:


CIVL 4050: Engineering Economics (3 credit hours)

Offered Winter 2016: Lecture: TR 1:00-2:15 PM

Introduction to engineering economics. Time value of money and discounted cash flow calculations. Comparing alternatives. Replacement analysis and life-cycle costing. Public sector engineering economy studies. Private sector engineering economy studies. Before and after-tax analysis. Applications in cost-estimating. Applications in asset management systems. Basic accounting. Accommodating capital limitations. Dealing with inflation. Dealing with risk and uncertainty. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: STAT 2220.


CIVL 4380: Infrastructure Engineering and Construction Management (4 credit hours)

Offered Fall 2017: Lecture: MWF 11:30-12:20 PM, Tutorial: T 2:30-3:50 PM

Infrastructure engineering, drainage systems, maintenance engineering and management. Construction and project management; workplace health and safety, construction site field trips, construction equipment, temporary facilities, project management. Elements of law for civil. . Prerequisites: CIVL 4050.


CIVL 7340: Sustainability in Construction (3 credit hours)

Offered Fall 2015: Lecture: W 6:00-8:50 PM

Introduction and overview of sustainable construction and green buildings; green building assessment tools; the green building process; green building design, construction and commissioning; the economics of green building and future directions in sustainable construction and green building.


CIVL 7370: Advanced Construction Management (3 credit hours)

Offered Winter 2015

Strategic management of construction organizations; strategy systems and processes; health and safety management; human resources management; benchmarking; financing; budgeting; value management and financial performance; and quantitative decision-making for construction organizations.

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