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2008 AREN Advising Guide
UNDERGRADUATE
ADVISING GUIDE
FOR
ARCHITECTURAL
ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
DEPT. OF CIVIL, ENVIRONMENTAL AND
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING
ECOT 441 CAMPUS BOX 428
BOULDER, COLORADO 80309-0428
OFFICE # (303) 492-6382
FAX # (303) 492-7317
SEPTEMBER 2008
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING
CONTENTS
OBJECTIVES .................................................................................................................. 1
TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE.................................................................................... 1
NON-TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE ......................................................................... 1
DESIGN SKILLS ......................................................................................................... 1
COMMUNICATION SKILLS.................................................................................... 1
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE SKILLS.................................................................... 1
IMPLEMENTING THE OBJECTIVES........................................................................ 1
GENERAL GRADUATION ........................................................................................... 2
ADVISING ........................................................................................................................ 2
GRADES & PREREQUISITES ..................................................................................... 3
GRADUATION CHECK LIST ...................................................................................... 3
TECHNICAL ELECTIVES ............................................................................................ 3
HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES REQUIREMENTS ................................. 4
TRANSFER PROCEDURES .......................................................................................... 4
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW................................................................................... 5
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ........................................................................................ 5
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING BLOCK DIAGRAMError! Bookmark not defined.
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT OPTION........................................................ 8
ELECTRICAL / LIGHTING SYSTEMS OPTION.................................................. 9
MECHANICAL SYSTEMS OPTION ..................................................................... 10
STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS OPTION ...................................................................... 11
GENERAL ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING OPTION ............................... 12
GRADUNATION PLANNER ....................................................................................... 13
CIVIL AND ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING COURSE LISTING ............... 15
FACULTY LISTING .......................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
OBJECTIVES
The educational objective of The Architectural
Engineering Program is to have students acquire the broad
knowledge and skills necessary to successfully begin and
sustain a career in the building engineering industry and
in the process emphasize one of four core disciplines:
Building electrical and lighting systems
Building heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems
Building structural systems
Construction and construction management
The areas of knowledge that define these objectives are
technical and non-technical.
TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE
A.
Elementary—fundamentals for architectural
engineering:
Basic science and mathematics, Building design and
construction processes, Overview of building systems,
Elementary principles and processes of architecture, and
Laboratory measurement and data analysis.
B. Intermediate—introduction to building systems and
their components: Electrical, HVAC, Lighting and
Structural elements and analysis for buildings
C. Proficiency—design, integration and advanced analysis
in at least two core areas of building systems are required.
The core areas include: Electrical, HVAC, Lighting, Solar,
and Structural system design. As well as knowing the
codes and recommended practices that govern these
building systems.
D.
Specialization—advanced design, coupled with
industry experience via internships, for one building
system: Electrical, Lighting, HVAC, Structures, or Solar
system design.
NON-TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE
E. Professional life: Methods of time and resource
management and Professional ethics.
F. Processes and requirements of written and oral
communication
G. Broad areas in the humanities and social sciences
including architectural history and Language skills.
The skills that define, in part, the objective of The
Architectural Engineering Program are the following.
DESIGN SKILLS
Problem definition, Process, Application of standard
practice, Application of codes, and Design practice and
guiding criticism in the major building system design
disciplines.
COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Written and oral communication including: Report
writing, Data analysis and summary, Professional
presentations, Mechanical and computer aided drawing.
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE SKILLS
These include: Time management, Resource allocation,
Planning, Team work.
IMPLEMENTING THE
OBJECTIVES
The overall philosophy of the Architectural Engineering
curriculum is to provide all students with a broad
foundation in engineering, architecture, and architectural
engineering, then to provide each student with the
opportunity for in-depth study in a specific discipline
within architectural engineering. As such, the program
provides both breadth and depth; breadth in that each
AREN student must take courses in different specialty
areas as well as general architecture, engineering and
AREN courses; depth in that each student must select an
area for specialization and complete a core curriculum of
courses for that area. The four areas that form the basis for
the curriculum are:




construction management,
lighting and electrical systems for buildings,
mechanical systems for buildings, and
structural systems for buildings.
An Architectural Engineering Science option is now
available for talented students who seek options in both
Design and Research and Development (R&D) careers in
architectural engineering and beyond.
The block diagram in this guide shows the required
courses in each semester for the core curriculum, with a
block of 6 Technical Electives that provide the opportunity
for specialization in each of the two options.
The core curriculum requires all AREN students to
complete 110 credits, 9 of which are electives in
humanities and social sciences (H&SS) (9 other credits in
H&SS are required for a total of 18). This leaves 18 credits
of technical electives for pursuing an area of
specialization. Once a student has completed 80 credits,
typically after the 5th semester, he or she must declare a
specialty area. Upon this declaration, an appropriate
advisor is assigned to assist the student with curriculum
issues as well as internships, industry contacts, etc.
Each area of specialization has a core course requirement
consisting of three or four courses, with the other two or
three electives being selected by the student in consultation
with the advisor. These electives can provide further depth
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in the area of specialty, or can be used to further broaden
the student’s technical background. Each student must take
at least one 3-credit lab course and at least one 3-credit
design course within the 18 credits of electives. Block
diagrams for the final three semesters within each specialty
area are included in this guide, as well as a diagram for a
“General AREN” program. This option is applicable to a
student interested in pursuing a career in fields such as
facilities management or design/build.
GENERAL GRADUATION
REQUIREMENTS
The following are the minimum requirements to be eligible
for the Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural
Engineering.
A. Completion of a minimum of at least 128 semester
hours as outlined in the departmental curriculum in
effect at the time the student was first accepted into
the program. The last 45 shall be earned after
admission to the University and the College of
Engineering as a degree student and must be
completed in residence on the Boulder campus.
B. Achievement of a cumulative grade point average of
2.00 or better, in all courses taken at the University of
Colorado which apply toward graduation. This
cumulative grade point average includes all letter
grades that have been received, whether in repeated
courses or not. You must also have a minimum
cumulative major (departmental) grade point average
of 2.00. This major grade point average is computed
separately from your cumulative grade point average
and includes only course work from your major
department. A course taken for “no credit” CANNOT
be used for fulfilling graduation requirements. Once a
course has been taken for “no credit” it cannot be
repeated for a grade.
C. The departmental curriculum requirements are subject
to revision and change. If a student elects to follow a
revised curriculum, the entire revised curriculum must
be satisfied. If there is a break in enrollment during
any semester, the student may be required to meet any
new College or Department degree requirements.
D. It is possible to become a candidate for two
Bachelor’s degrees by gaining approval of both
designated departments and colleges. A minimum of
30 additional semester credit hours must be earned for
the second degree.
E. An Engineering Science option in architectural
engineering is offered for students who would like to
have an in-depth understanding, beyond the basic
curriculum, of analytical, computational and
experimental tools central
innovations in engineering.
to
technological
F. The co-terminal BS/MS program is designed for the
good student who wants greater specialization. As a
co-terminal degree, it allows greater flexibility in
scheduling your technical electives and graduate
courses, many of which are only offered every two
years. The department has also allowed some of the
graduate coursework to count as technical electives
toward the undergraduate degree; effectively allowing
double counting of course credits between the two
degrees. As a result, it is possible for a student to
complete the co-terminal BS/MS in as little as one
additional year beyond the conventional BS degree.
ADVISING
The faculty and staff are here because they have a true
commitment to education and want to see students
succeed.
However, you the student are ultimately
responsible for ensuring that all graduation requirements
have been satisfied, and for seeking out the advice and
help you need. To assist in this, each student is assigned a
faculty advisor. A listing is posted on the 4th floor of the
Engineering Center on the wall next to the departmental
office. You are free to change this advisor to better serve
your needs, with the approval of the new advisor. After
selecting an area of specialty, a new advisor from that area
will typically be assigned. The department’s undergraduate
secretary can also assist you with many questions about the
curriculum.
A. It is the individual student’s responsibility to secure
the approval of her/his faculty advisor for the course
of study for each semester. This activity occurs
during the advising period in the preceding semester.
Once approval has been granted, the faculty advisor
will sign the pink card in your file. That will
authorize the CEAE staff to remove the flag that
prevents you from registering.
IT IS NOT
POSSIBLE TO REGISTER BEFORE THIS
FLAG IS REMOVED.
B. There are a number of decisions to be made
concerning choice of elective courses.
These
decisions should be made in close consultation with
the academic advisor so that the electives contribute to
overall educational objectives and become part of a
cohesive, rational program. The development of such
an academic program is the principal purpose for
meeting with the academic advisor. A second, and
equally important, purpose is for the student to be able
to identify a friendly, experienced, and knowledgeable
person with whom s/he can discuss her/his academic
progress and solve any difficulties that may possibly
arise.
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C. Block diagrams and graduation planners are included
in this guide. Each student is responsible for keeping
his or her graduation planner up-to-date.
D. Not all courses are offered every semester. Those that
are only offered once per year are marked on the block
diagrams.
E. The minimum course load is 12 credit hours. The
maximum course load is 21 credit hours. Deviations
must be requested by petition to the college. After 18
credit hours, a tuition surcharge is applied.
F. If problems arise the following steps are suggested:
1. See assigned faculty advisor.
2. See the Chair of the Operations Committee
(Milan Halek).
3. Contact the Office of the Dean of the College
(ECAD 100) for questions concerning College or
University rules and policies.
GRADES & PREREQUISITES
A. The minimum passing grade for all courses except for
some humanistic and social science electives and for a
course that is not specifically a prerequisite for
another required course is D-.The minimum passing
grade for a course that is considered a prerequisite for
another required course is C-. A course in which a
grade of C- or better has been received may not be
repeated. If a grade of D+ or lower is received in a
course which is prerequisite to another, the student
may not register for the subsequent course until the
first grade has been raised to a C- or higher.
B. Pass/Fail credit will be permitted only for some
courses used as social-humanistic electives. Such
permission requires an approved petition of the CEAE
department, and in general, such approval is
forthcoming only if the student has not completed the
prerequisite courses.
C. If the student takes a course before the prerequisite is
taken, s/he may be denied credit for that course unless
the prerequisite has been waived.
D. All prerequisite waivers, including those for required
courses taken in other departments, must be preapproved in writing with a departmental petition
signed by the advisor and the Chair (Milan Halek) of
the Operations Committee.
GRADUATION CHECK LIST
A. Each student should plan to consult with her/his
academic advisor one semester before the final
semester in which s/he plans to graduate for a
comprehensive review of graduation requirements. A
certification form sheet and graduation planner should
be completed at this meeting for the Operations
Committee review. Changes made after the student
and advisor have signed the certification form must be
corrected by the student.
B. It is the student’s responsibility to be certain that all
degree requirements have been met, to fill out a
diploma card in the Dean’s office (ECAD 100) at the
beginning of the semester of graduation, and to keep
the departmental advisor, departmental undergraduate
secretary, and the Dean’s office informed of any
change in graduation plans.
C. All students graduating with a BS degree must take
the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) examination of
the National Council of Engineering Examiners prior
to graduation. You must register for the FE exam
with your department. Passing the FE exam is the
first step toward registration as a Professional
Engineer.
TECHNICAL ELECTIVES
A. The AREN program requires 18 credit hours of
technical electives. Of these, 3 credits must be a
design elective and 3 credits must be a laboratory
elective. Each of the specialty areas has certain core
requirements from these electives, as shown in the
block diagrams. You should consult closely with your
advisor in structuring your use of the technical
electives to meet your educational and career
objectives.
B. Up to 3 credit hours of Independent Study,
Undergraduate Research, or the following ROTC
courses are acceptable for technical elective credit:
AIRR 3010 or NAVR 4010. The College of
Engineering’s Freshman Projects course (GEEN
1400) is acceptable for technical elective credit but
only if taken in the freshman year.
C. A maximum of 6 credit hours of technical electives
other than CVEN or AREN courses may be selected
with the consent of the student’s faculty advisor.
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH
EXPERIENCE
The Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural
Engineering of the University of Colorado at Boulder is a
major research center in the U.S. Most of the CEAE
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faculty members are active researchers in their field,
leading interesting and challenging research projects
supported by the government and industry. Students are
encouraged to take advantage of such inquisitive setting to
enhance their educational experience by exploring early
their ability in guided or independent research.
Undergraduate research assistantships are available during
the academic year and the summer semester from
individual faculty, the College of Engineering as well as
campus’s UROP program. Those who are in the new
Engineering Science Track are particularly encouraged to
participate in such undergraduate research activities.
F. ROTC courses are acceptable for a total of 6 semester
credit hours. They must be on the approved H&SS
elective list for engineering students.
G. Students are permitted to take appropriate honors
courses for humanities and social sciences credit.
H. Foreign language courses, if included in the college’s
approved list, (including 1st year courses) are
acceptable up to a total of 9 credit hours for meeting
the 18 credit hours of H&SS requirements.
I.
HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL
SCIENCES REQUIREMENTS
A. An undergraduate degree program in the College of
Engineering and Applied Science requires a minimum
of 18 semester credit hours taken as approved courses
in the humanities and social sciences (H&SS); 6 credit
hours of these must be at the 3000-level or higher.
H&SS courses that can be used by engineering are
listed
on
http://engineering.colorado.edu/homer/fall2007.htm.
B. ARCH 3114 and ARCH 3214 are required courses
that cover six hours of the necessary H&SS
requirements in the AREN program.
C. The course Writing on Science and Society (WRTG
3030) is required of all students with exceptions noted
below. This course is considered part of the 18semester credit hour requirement.
1.
Students participating in the first full year of the
Herbst Program of Humanities for Engineers 1
and 2 (HUEN 3100 and HUEN 3200) are not
required to take WRTG 3030.
2.
Any other exceptions to the WRTG 3030
requirement must be approved by the Dean of
Engineering (or his/her designee) in consultation
with the university Writing Program.
D. All humanities and social science elective courses
must be selected from the approved list of acceptable
courses for the College of Engineering and Applied
Science requirements available from the Dean’s office
at a cost of $.50. This list is also posted on the
undergraduate bulletin board on the 4th floor. The
student is responsible for ensuring that electives taken
are on the College’s approved list.
E. The sequence of H&SS elective courses should follow
a coherent plan, which reflects both breadth and depth.
Herbst Program of Humanities. Courses offered by
the faculty in this program provide an overview of the
humanities, and are available to first year students and
students with junior standing. Herbst faculty area also
available for advising about other humanities courses.
http://engineering.colorado.edu/herbst for information
TRANSFER PROCEDURES
A. The department’s transfer advisor (currently Professor
Corotis) will review a student’s transcript and will
give preliminary, tentative approval on a departmental
summary sheet for courses accepted and for the hours
of credit allowed. The advisor will suggest some
courses to be taken based on this tentative approval.
B. The transfer advisor may request that catalog pages of
course descriptions be furnished in cases where course
titles may not be sufficiently descriptive.
C. Normally no more credit will be allowed for transfer
courses in one subject (i.e., calculus, for example)
than is shown in our catalog for that subject. College
policy allows only engineering drawing and surveying
courses to be transferred from technical institutes or
comparable programs. It is the responsibility of the
transfer student to request final validation of the
transfer credits by the major department and have this
validation noted in the student’s college file.
D. The advisor may ask for a petition for transfer credit
in some specific cases so that there will be no future
question about credit for a specific course. This is for
the student’s protection and is a simple procedure
which may require the approval of the Dean of the
College, if it pertains to a college requirement, or it
may be resolved in the department, if it is
departmentally discretionary.
E. It is in the student’s best interests to have transfer
credits evaluated as early as possible and to be
assigned to an academic advisor in the department.
The student must take the initiative to make certain
that her/his dean’s folder has all the information
agreed upon by the transfer advisor after permanent
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approval has been granted. This is the student’s
responsibility, not the transfer advisors.
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
A. All students are bound by the University Honor Code.
http://engineering.colorado.edu/students/honor_code.h
tm
B. University policy on sexual harassment
http://www.colorado.edu/sexualharassment
C. College of Engineering grading policies
http://engineering.colorado.edu/students/advising.htm
D.
Registration Handbook and Schedule of Courses is
online and has the information you need to register for
courses. http://plus.colorado.edu/planner/
E. Graduation Requirements for the Bachelor of Science
in Architectural Engineering:
a. Completion of the graduation requirements of the
College of Engineering
http://engineering.colorado.edu/students/advising.htm
b. Completion of the prescribed and elective work in the
Architectural Engineering Curriculum
c. You must take the Fundamentals of Engineering
Examination
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
A. College of Engineering Advising. Guides such as this
one are available from all departments in the College
of Engineering, along with other information at:
http://engineering.colorado.edu/students/advising.htm
B. Engineering Peer Advocates Office provides a broad
program of academic assistance to engineering
students.
http://ecadw.colorado.edu/engineering/academics/sup
port.htm
http://www.colorado.edu/sasc/tutors.html
C. Career Services offers guidance and assistance with
job placement, internships, and coop opportunities.
http://engineering.colorado.edu/prospective/career_ser
vices.htm
D. The Women in Engineering Program offers resources
and community to women in any of the College of
Engineering degree programs.
http://engineering.colorado.edu/wiep/
E. Department of
Civil, Environmental,
Architectural Engineering website.
http://ceae.colorado.edu
and
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ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING BLOCK DIAGRAM
CONVENTIONAL OPTION
Sem
Credits
8
16
7
18
6
15
5
15
AREN 4317-4
AREN Design
(ARCH 4010;
other AREN
design course)
#
ARCH 3214-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture II
#
ARCH 4010-6
Architectural
Design
(Open to AREN
SR’s only)
#
ARCH 3114-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture I
#
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE – 3
Design
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
Lab
WRTG 3030-3
Writing on
Sci/Soc.
(Jr. standing)
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE –3
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE – 3
AREN 4420-3
Cost Enginrng.
(AREN 3406
pre-req);
CVEN 3246 rec.
#
CVEN 4545-3
or CVEN 4555
Structural Design
**
(CVEN 3525)
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
AREN 4570-3
Electrical
Systems
(ECEN 3030)
#
CVEN 3246-3
Introduction to
Construction
(Jr. level or Instr.
Consent)
CVEN 3525-3
Structural
Analysis
Pre-req
(CVEN 3161)
AREN 3540-3
Illumination 1
Pre-req
(GEEN 1300)
AREN 3010-3
Mech. Systems
for Bldgs.
ECEN 3030-3
Electrical
Circuits
(APPM 2350)
#
#
4
16
3
17
2
16
1
15
APPM 2360-4
Introduction to
Linear Algebra
& Differential
Equations
AREN 3406-3
Intro to Building
Construction
APPM 2350-4
Calculus III for
Engineers
(APPM 1360 or
MATH 2300)
(AREN 2050,
2110, 2120)
#
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
CVEN 3161-3
Mechanics of
Materials I
(pre-req CVEN
2121)
(co-req. APPM
2360)
AREN 2120-3
Fluid mechanics
& Heat transfer
(pre-req AREN
2110) (Co-req
APPM 2360)
#
GEEN 1300-3
Intro Engr.
Computing
(APPM 1350
co-req)
#
PHYS 1120-4
(PHYS 1110 coreq.
MATH
2300 or APPM
1360)
CVEN 2121-3
Analytical
Mechanics I
(PHYS 1110 coreq.
APPM 2350)
AREN 2110-3
Thermodynamic
Pre-reqs
(APPM 1360,
PHYS 1110)
#
AREN 2050-3
Engineering
Systems for
Buildings
(AREN 1017)
#
APPM 1360-4
Calculus II for
Engineers
(APPM 1350 or
MATH 1300)
PHYS 1110-4
Gen. Physics I
(co-req. APPM
1350
Or
MATH 1300)
CVEN 2012-3
Intro to
Geomatics
(APPM 1350)
AREN 1027-2
Descriptive
Geometry (CAD)
(AREN 1017 or
equiv.)
#
APPM 1350-4
CHEN 1211-3
Gen. Chem. for
Engineers *
(1 yr. HS CHEM
or CHEM 1001
or 1021 & HS
Alg; co-req.
CHEN 1211)
CHEM 1221-2
General
Chemistry Lab
for Engineers
$
AREN 1017-2
Engineering
Drawing
Calculus I for
Engineers
(2 yr. HS Alg. 1yr
Geom. ½ yr. Trig.
or approval by
faculty advisor)
#
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
AREN 1316-1
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
Introduction to
Architectural
Engineering
#
# Course is offered only in the semester shown.
( ) Pre-requisite and Co-requisite requirements for course listed.
* CHEM 1211 and CHEN 1221 must be taken concurrently.
** CVEN 4545 offered spring semester only / CVEN 4555 offered fall semester only
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ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING BLOCK DIAGRAM
ENGINEERING SCIENCE OPTION
Sem
Credits
8
16
7
18
6
15
5
15
AREN 4317-4
AREN Design
(ARCH 4010;
other AREN
design course)
#
ARCH 3214-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture II
#
ARCH 4010-6
Architectural
Design
(Open to AREN
SR’s only)
#
ARCH 3114-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture I
#
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE – 3
Design
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
Lab
WRTG 3030-3
Writing on
Sci/Soc.
(Jr. standing)
APPM 4120-3
Operation Res.
Or
CVEN 4537-3
Finite Diff. Meth.
APPM 4350-3
Methods in
Applied Math. or
Equivalent
#
AREN 4420-3
Cost Enginrng.
(AREN 3406
pre-req);
CVEN 3246 rec.
#
CVEN 4545-3
or CVEN 4555
Structural Design
**
(CVEN 3525)
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
AREN 4570-3
Electrical
Systems
(ECEN 3030)
#
CVEN 3246-3
Introduction to
Construction
(Jr. level or Instr.
Consent)
CVEN 3525-3
Structural
Analysis
Pre-req
(CVEN 3161)
AREN 3540-3
Illumination 1
pre req
(GEEN 1300)
AREN 3010-3
Mech. Systems
for Bldgs.
ECEN 3030-3
Electrical
Circuits
Pre-req
(APPM 2350)
#
#
4
16
APPM 2360-4
Introduction to
Linear Algebra
& Differential
Equations
AREN 3406-3
Intro to Building
Construction
#
CVEN 3161-3
Mechanics of
Materials I
(pre-req CVEN
2121)
(co-req. APPM
2360)
pre-reqs
(AREN 2050,
2110, 2120)
#
AREN 2120-3
Fluid mechanics
& Heat transfer
(pre-req AREN
2110) (Co-req
APPM 2360)
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
GEEN 1300-3
Intro Engr.
Computing
(APPM 1350
co-req)
#
#
3
17
2
16
1
15
APPM 2350-4
Calculus III for
Engineers
(APPM 1360 or
MATH 2300)
PHYS 1120-4
(pre-req PHYS
1110 ) co-req.
MATH 2300 or
APPM 1360)
CVEN 2121-3
Analytical
Mechanics I
(pre-req PHYS
1110) (co-req.
APPM 2350)
APPM 1360-4
Calculus II for
Engineers
(APPM 1350 or
MATH 1300)
PHYS 1110-4
Gen. Physics I
(co-req. APPM
1350
Or
MATH 1300)
CVEN 2012-3
Intro to
Geomatics
(APPM 1350)
AREN 1027-2
Descriptive
Geometry (CAD)
(AREN 1017 or
equiv.)
#
APPM 1350-4
CHEN 1211-3
Gen. Chem. for
Engineers *
(1 yr. HS CHEM
or CHEM 1001
or 1021 & HS
Alg; co-req.
CHEN 1211)
CHEM 1221-2
General
Chemistry Lab
for Engineers
$
AREN 1017-2
Engineering
Drawing
Calculus I for
Engineers
(2 yr. HS Alg. 1yr
Geom. ½ yr. Trig.
or approval by
faculty advisor)
#
()
$
**
AREN 2110-3
Thermodynamic
Pre-reqs
(APPM 1360,
PHYS 1110)
#
AREN 2050-3
Engineering
Systems for
Buildings
(AREN 1017)
#
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
AREN 1316-1
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
Introduction to
Architectural
Engineering
#
Course is offered only in the semester shown.
Pre-requisite and Co-requisite requirements for course listed
CHEN 1211 and CHEM 1221 must be taken concurrently.
CVEN 4545 offered spring semester only / CVEN 4555 offered fall semester only
7
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING BLOCK DIAGRAM
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT OPTION
Conventional Option
Sem
Credits
8
16
7
18
AREN 4317-4
AREN Design
(ARCH 4010;
other AREN
design course)
#
ARCH 3214-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture II
#
ARCH 4010-6
Architectural
Design
ARCH 3114-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture I
#
WRTG 3030-3
Writing on
Sci./Soc.
AREN 4420-3
Cost Enginrng.
(AREN 3406
\pre-req);
CVEN 3246 rec
CVEN 4545-3
or CVEN 4555
Structural Design
**
(CVEN 3525)
(Open to AREN
SR’s only)
6
15
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
Design
CVEN 4087-3
Engineering
Contracts
(JR. Standing)
CVEN 3708-3
Geotechnical
Engineering I
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
Lab
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
AREN 4466-3
Construction
Planning &
Scheduling
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
AREN 4570-3
Electrical
Systems
(ECEN 3030)
#
Possible lab electives include: Geotechnical engineering II, Illumination lab, Building energy lab
Possible design electives include: Design of masonry structures, Concrete design, Steel design, Foundation eng.
Engineering Science Option
Sem
Credits
8
16
7
18
AREN 4317-4
AREN Design
(ARCH 4010;
other AREN
design course)
#
ARCH 3214-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture II
#
ARCH 4010-6
Architectural
Design
ARCH 3114-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture I
#
WRTG 3030-3
Writing on
Sci./Soc.
AREN 4420-3
Cost Enginrng.
(AREN 3406
\pre-req);
CVEN 3246 rec
CVEN 4545-3
or CVEN 4555
Structural Design
**
(CVEN 3525)
(Open to AREN
SR’s only)
6
15
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
Design
CVEN 4087-3
Engineering
Contracts
(JR. Standing)
CVEN 3708-3
Geotechnical
Engineering I
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
Lab
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
APPM 4350-3
Methods in
Applied Math. or
Equivalent
#
APPM 4120-3
Operation Res.
Or
CVEN 4537-3
Finite Diff. Meth
AREN 4570-3
Electrical
Systems
(ECEN 3030)
#
Possible lab electives include: Geotechnical engineering II, Illumination lab, Building energy lab
Possible design electives include: Design of masonry structures, Concrete design, Steel design, Foundation eng.
8
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING BLOCK DIAGRAM
ELECTRICAL / LIGHTING SYSTEMS OPTION
Conventional Option
Sem
Credits
8
16
7
18
6
AREN 4317-4
AREN Design
(ARCH 4010;
other AREN
capstone)
#
ARCH 3214-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture II
#
ARCH 4010-6
Architectural
Design
(Open to AREN
SR’s only)
ARCH 3114-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture I
#
WRTG 3030-3
Writing on
Sci./Soc.
AREN 4420-3
Cost Enginrng.
(AREN 3406
\pre-req);
CVEN 3246 rec
CVEN 4545-3
or CVEN 4555
Structural Design
**
(CVEN 3525)
15
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
(JR. Standing)
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
AREN 4560-3
Luminous
Radiative
Transfer
(AREN 3540)
#
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
AREN 3140-3
Illumination Lab
[3 cr lab]
(AREN 3540)
#
AREN 4550-3
Illumination 2
[3 cr design]
(AREN 3540)
#
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
AREN 4570-3
Electrical
Systems
(ECEN 3030)
#
Possible electives include: Daylighting, Exterior lighting systems, Luminaire design, Advanced lighting systems,
Psychology of perception, Theater lighting
Engineering Science Option
Sem
Credits
8
16
7
18
6
15
APPM 4120-3
Operation Res.
Or
CVEN 4537-3
Finite Diff. Me
AREN 4317-4
AREN Design
(ARCH 4010;
other AREN
capstone)
#
ARCH 3214-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture II
#
ARCH 4010-6
Architectural
Design
(Open to AREN
SR’s only)
ARCH 3114-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture I
#
WRTG 3030-3
Writing on
Sci./Soc.
AREN 4420-3
Cost Enginrng.
(AREN 3406
\pre-req);
CVEN 3246 rec
CVEN 4545-3
or CVEN 4555
Structural Design
**
(CVEN 3525)
(JR. Standing)
AREN 4560-3
Luminous
Radiative
Transfer
(AREN 3540)
#
AREN 3140-3
Illumination Lab
[3 cr lab]
(AREN 3540)
#
AREN 3140-3
Illumination Lab
[3 cr lab]
(AREN 3540)
#
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
APPM 4350-3
Methods in
Applied Math. or
Equivalent
#
AREN 4550-3
Illumination 2
[3 cr design]
(AREN 3540)
#
AREN 4570-3
Electrical
Systems
(ECEN 3030)
#
Possible electives include: Daylighting, Exterior lighting systems, Luminaire design, Advanced lighting systems,
Psychology of perception, Theater lighting, Advanced Radiative Heat Transfer, Power Distribution Systems, Intro.
Finite Element Analy.
9
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING BLOCK DIAGRAM
MECHANICAL SYSTEMS OPTION
Conventional Option
Sem
Credits
8
16
7
18
AREN 4317-4
AREN Design
(ARCH 4010;
other AREN
design course)
#
ARCH 3214-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture II
#
ARCH 4010-6
Architectural
Design
ARCH 3114-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture I
#
WRTG 3030-3
Writing on
Sci./Soc.
AREN 4420-3
Cost Enginrng.
(AREN 3406
\pre-req);
CVEN 3246 rec
CVEN 4545-3
or CVEN 4555
Structural Design
**
(CVEN 3525)
(Open to AREN
SR’s only)
6
15
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
AREN 3130-3
Building Energy
Lab
[3 cr lab]
(AREN 3010)
#
AREN 4110-3
HVAC Design
[3 cr design]
(AREN 3010)
#
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
(JR. Standing)
AREN 4570-3
Electrical
Systems
(ECEN 3030)
#
Possible electives include: HVAC system controls, Daylighting, Building energy audits, Sustainable building design,
Advanced solar design
Engineering Science Option
Sem
Credits
8
16
7
18
AREN 4317-4
AREN Design
(ARCH 4010;
other AREN
design course)
#
ARCH 3214-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture II
#
ARCH 4010-6
Architectural
Design
ARCH 3114-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture I
#
WRTG 3030-3
Writing on
Sci./Soc.
AREN 4420-3
Cost Enginrng.
(AREN 3406
\pre-req);
CVEN 3246 rec
CVEN 4545-3
or CVEN 4555
Structural Design
**
(CVEN 3525)
(Open to AREN
SR’s only)
6
15
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
AREN 3130-3
Building Energy
Lab
[3 cr lab]
(AREN 3010)
#
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
APPM 4350-3
Methods in
Applied Math. or
Equivalent
#
(JR. Standing)
APPM 4120-3
Operation Res.
Or
CVEN 4537-3
Finite Diff. Meth
AREN 4110-3
HVAC Design
[3 cr design]
(AREN 3010)
#
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
AREN 4570-3
Electrical
Systems
(ECEN 3030)
#
Possible electives include: HVAC system controls, Daylighting, Building energy audits, Sustainable building design,
Advanced solar design, HVAC System Controls, Thermal Analysis of Bldgs, Power Distribution Systems, Intro. Finite
Element Analy.
10
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING BLOCK DIAGRAM
STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS OPTION
Conventional Option
Sem
Credits
8
16
7
18
AREN 4317-4
AREN Design
(ARCH 4010;
other AREN
design course)
#
ARCH 3214-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture II
#
ARCH 4010-6
Architectural
Design
ARCH 3114-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture I
#
WRTG 3030-3
Writing on
Sci./Soc.
AREN 4420-3
Cost Enginrng.
(AREN 3406
\pre-req);
CVEN 3246 rec
CVEN 4545-3
or CVEN 4555
Structural Design
**
(CVEN 3525)
(Open to AREN
SR’s only)
6
15
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
Lab
CVEN 4545-3
or CVEN 4555
Structural Design
(CVEN 3525)
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
CVEN 3708-3
Geotechnical
Engineering I
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
(JR. Standing)
AREN 4570-3
Electrical
Systems
(ECEN 3030)
#
Possible electives include: Geotechnical engineering II (Lab), Analytical mechanics II, Mechanics of materials II,
Matrix analysis, Design of masonry structures, Design of timber structures
Engineering Science Option
Sem
Credits
8
16
7
18
AREN 4317-4
AREN Design
(ARCH 4010;
other AREN
design course)
#
ARCH 3214-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture II
#
ARCH 4010-6
Architectural
Design
ARCH 3114-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture I
#
WRTG 3030-3
Writing on
Sci./Soc.
AREN 4420-3
Cost Enginrng.
(AREN 3406
\pre-req);
CVEN 3246 rec
CVEN 4545-3
or CVEN 4555
Structural Design
**
(CVEN 3525)
(Open to AREN
SR’s only)
6
15
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
Lab
CVEN 4545-3
or CVEN 4555
Structural Design
(CVEN 3525)
APPM 4350-3
Methods in
Applied Math. or
Equivalent
#
CVEN 3708-3
Geotechnical
Engineering I
APPM 4120-3
Operation Res.
Or
CVEN 4537-3
Finite Diff. Meth
(JR. Standing)
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
AREN 4570-3
Electrical
Systems
(ECEN 3030)
#
Possible electives include: Geotechnical engineering II (Lab), Analytical mechanics II, Mechanics of materials II,
Matrix analysis, Design of masonry structures, Design of timber structures, Into. to Struct. Dynamics, Continuum
Mechanics, Advanced Mech. of Mat’ls, Intro. Finite Element Analy.
11
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING BLOCK DIAGRAM
GENERAL ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING OPTION
Conventional Option
Sem
Credits
8
16
7
18
AREN 4317-4
AREN Design
(ARCH 4010;
other AREN
design course)
#
ARCH 3214-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture II
#
ARCH 4010-6
Architectural
Design
ARCH 3114-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture I
#
WRTG 3030-3
Writing on
Sci./Soc.
AREN 4420-3
Cost Enginrng.
(AREN 3406
\pre-req);
CVEN 3246 rec
CVEN 4545-3
or CVEN 4555
Structural Design
**
(CVEN 3525)
(Open to AREN
SR’s only)
6
15
(JR. Standing)
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
Lab
CVEN 4466-3
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
Construction
Planning &
Scheduling
AREN 4110-3
HVAC Design
AREN 4550-3
Illumination 2
(AREN 3010)
#
(AREN 3540)
#
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
AREN 4570-3
Electrical
Systems
(ECEN 3030)
#
Possible lab electives include: Illumination lab, Building energy lab
GENERAL ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING OPTION
Engineering Science Option
Sem
Credits
8
16
7
18
AREN 4317-4
AREN Design
(ARCH 4010;
other AREN
design course)
#
ARCH 3214-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture II
#
ARCH 4010-6
Architectural
Design
ARCH 3114-3
History &
Theories of
Architecture I
#
WRTG 3030-3
Writing on
Sci./Soc.
AREN 4420-3
Cost Enginrng.
(AREN 3406
\pre-req);
CVEN 3246 rec
CVEN 4545-3
or CVEN 4555
Structural Design
**
(CVEN 3525)
(Open to AREN
SR’s only)
6
15
(JR. Standing)
APPM 4120-3
Operation Res.
Or
CVEN 4537-3
Finite Diff. Meth
TECHNICAL
ELECTIVE - 3
Lab
CVEN 4466-3
APPM 4350-3
Methods in
Applied Math. or
Equivalent
#
Construction
Planning &
Scheduling
AREN 4110-3
HVAC Design
AREN 4550-3
Illumination 2
(AREN 3010)
#
(AREN 3540)
#
SOC-HUM
Elective - 3
AREN 4570-3
Electrical
Systems
(ECEN 3030)
#
Possible lab electives include: Illumination lab, Building energy lab
12
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING
GRADUATION PLANNER
Conventional Option
Student ________________________
Advisor ____________________
Expected date of graduation:
Student Number________________
Transfer credits approved
by: _____________________________
_____________________________
Mathematics (16)
APPM 1350-4 _______________
APPM 1360-4 _______________
APPM 2350-4 _______________
APPM 2360-4 _______________
Basic Science (13)
CHEN 1211-3 _______________
CHEM 1221-2 _______________
PHYS 1110-4 ________________
PHYS 1120-4________________
Core Courses (60)
Humanities & Social Sciences (9)
AREN 1316-1________________
AREN 1017-2 ________________
AREN 1027-2________________
AREN 2110-3 ________________
AREN 2120 3 ________________
AREN 2050-3 ________________
GEEN 1300-3 ________________
AREN 3540-3________________
AREN 3406-3 ________________
AREN 3010-3 ________________
AREN 4317-4 ________________
AREN 4420-3 ________________
AREN 4570-3 ________________
ARCH 4010-6 ________________
CVEN 2012-3 ________________
CVEN 2121-3 ________________
CVEN 3161-3 ________________
CVEN 3525-3 ________________
CVEN 4545-3_________________
OR
CVEN 4555-3 ________________
CVEN 3246-3 ________________
ECEN 3030-3 ________________
ACTURAL CREDITS:
Total M. & B.S. ________ Total Engr. Sci. ______
Total S-H _______
ARCH 3114-3 _______________
ARCH 3214-3 _______________
WRTG 3030-3 _______________
H&SS Electives (9 credits)
___________________________
___________________________
___________________________
Technical Electives (18 credits)
Specialty: E/L - MECH - CONST
STRUCTURAL - GENERAL AREN
Design _______________________
Lab
_______________________
_____________________________
_____________________________
_____________________________
_____________________________
_____________________________
Total Design _______ Total Tech. _______ = 128 hrs.
13
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING
GRADUATION PLANNER
Engineering Science Option
Student ________________________
Advisor ____________________
Expected date of graduation:
Student Number________________
Transfer credits approved
by: _____________________________
_____________________________
Mathematics (19)
APPM 1350-4 _______________
APPM 1360-4 _______________
APPM 2350-4 _______________
APPM 2360-4 _______________
APPM 4350-3 ___________________
OR EQUIVALENT
Basic Science (13)
CHEN 1211-3 _______________
CHEM 1221-2 _______________
PHYS 1110-4 ________________
PHYS 1120-4________________
Core Courses (63)
Humanities & Social Sciences (9)
AREN 1316-1________________
AREN 1017-2 ________________
AREN 1027-2________________
AREN 2110-3 ________________
AREN 2120 3 ________________
AREN 2050-3 ________________
GEEN 1300-3 ________________
AREN 3540-3________________
AREN 3406-3 ________________
AREN 3010-3________________
AREN 4317-4 ________________
AREN 4420-3 ________________
AREN 4570-3 ________________
ARCH 4010-6 ________________
CVEN 2012-3 ________________
CVEN 2121-3 ________________
CVEN 3161-3 ________________
CVEN 3525-3 ________________
CVEN 4545-3 ________________
OR
CVEN 4555-3 ________________
CVEN 3246-3 ________________
CVEN 4537-3 ________________
OR EQUIVALENT
ECEN 3030-3 ________________
ACTURAL CREDITS:
Total M. & B.S. ________ Total Engr. Sci. ______
Total S-H _______
ARCH 3114-3 _______________
ARCH 3214-3 _______________
WRTG 3030-3 _______________
H&SS Electives (9 credits)
___________________________
___________________________
___________________________
Technical Electives (15 credits)
Specialty: E/L - MECH - CONST
STRUCTURAL - GENERAL AREN
Design _______________________
Lab
_______________________
_____________________________
_____________________________
_____________________________
_____________________________
Total Design _______ Total Tech. _______ = 128 hrs.
14
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING
AREN & CVEN COURSE LISTING
Course Listing-Architectural Engineering
(See University of Colorado Catalog for descriptions)
Course #
Course
Tech Elective Design
AREN 1017-2 Engineering Drawing
AREN 1027-2 Descriptive Geometry
AREN 1316-1 Intro to Arch Engnr'g
AREN 2050-3 Engineering Systems for Bldgs
AREN 2110-3 Thermodynamic
AREN 2120-3 Fluid Mechanics & Heat Transfer
AREN 2300-3 Introduction to Engineering Computing
AREN 3010-3 Mechanical Sys for Bldgs
TE S
AREN 3050-3 Environmtl Sys for Bldg 1
TE
AREN 3060-3 Environmtl Sys for Bldg 2
TE
AREN 3130-3 Bldg Energy Laboratory
TE
AREN 3140-3 Illumination Laboratory
TE
AREN 3406-3 Intro to Bldg Constr
TE
AREN 3540-3 Illumination I
TE S
AREN 4035-3 Arch Structures 1
TE
AREN 4045-3 Arch Structures 2
TE
AREN 4110-3 HVAC Design 1
TE (Cap) L
AREN 4315-2 Design of Masonry Struc
TE L
AREN 4317-3 AREN Design.
TE (Cap) L
AREN 4416-3 Constm Costs, Estimating
TE
AREN 4466-3 Constm Planning & Schdlg
TE M
AREN 4540-3 Exterior Ltg. Systems
TE L
AREN 4550-3 Illumination 2
TE (Cap) L
AREN 4560-3 Luminous Radiative Trans
TE S
AREN 4570-3 Electrical Systems
TE L
AREN 4580-3 Daylighting
TE
AREN 4590-3 Comp Graphics in Ltg Engr
TE
AREN 4830 through 4839 (1-3) Special Tpcs TE
AREN 4849-4840- 1-3 Independent Study
TE
Course Listing-Civil Engineering
(See University of Colorado Catalog for descriptions)
CVEN 1317-1 Int Civil & Environmtl Engr'g
CVEN 2012-3 Plane Surveying
CVEN 2121-3 Analytical Mechanics 1
CVEN 3022-3 Construction Surveying
CVEN 3032-3 Photogrammetry
CVEN 3111-3 Analytical Mechanics 2
CVEN 3161-3 Mechanics of Materials I
CVEN 3207-2 City Planning
CVEN 3227-3 Prob Stat & Dec for Civil Engr
CVEN 3246-3 Introduction to Construction
CVEN 3256-3 Const. Equipment/Methods
CVEN 3313-3 Theoretical Fluid Mechanics
CVEN 3323-3 Hydraulic Engineering
CVEN 3414-3 Fundamentals Env Engr
TE
TE
TE
TE
TE
TE
TE
TE
TE
TE
TE
S
L
M
S
S
L
Course Listing-Civil Engineering
(continued)
Course #
Course
Tech Elective Design
CVEN 3424-3 Water & Wastewater Treatment
TE L
CVEN 3434-3 Intro to Applied Ecology
TE
CVEN 3454-4 Water Chemistry
TE
CVEN 3525-3 Structural Analysis
TE M
CVEN 3602-3 Transportation Systems
TE M
CVEN 3698-3 Engineering Geology
TE
CVEN 3708-3 Geotechnical Engineering 1
TE
CVEN 3718-3 Geotechnical Engineering 2
TE M
CVEN 4039-1 Senior Seminar
TE
CVEN 4087-3 Engineering Contracts
TE
CVEN 4147-3 Engrg Economy & Sys Design
TE S
CVEN 4161-3 Adv Mechanics of Materials I
TE
CVEN 4266-3 Project Administration
TE
CVEN 4323-3 Water Resources Engr Dsgn
TE (Cap) L
CVEN 4333-3 Engineering Hydrology
TE M
CVEN 4353-3 Groundwater Engineering
TE M
CVEN 4424-3 Aquatic Organic Contaminants
TE
CVEN 4434-3 Environmental Engrg Design TE (Cap) L
CVEN 4474-3 Hzrds & Indstr'l Wste Mgt
TE S
CVEN 4484-3 Env. Microbiology
TE
CVEN 4511-3 Intro Finite Element Analy
TE
CVEN 4525-3 Analysis of Framed Structures
TE
CVEN 4545-3 Steel Design
TE (Cap) L
CVEN 4555-3 Reinforced Concrete Design
TE (Cap) L
CVEN 4565-2 Timber Design
TE L
CVEN 4728-3 Foundation Engineering
TE (Cap) L
CVEN 4830-4839- 1-3 Special Topics
TE
CVEN 4840-4878 (1-3) Indep Study
TE
CVEN 5010-3 HVAC Systems Controls
TE
CVEN 5020-3 Bldg Ergy Audits
TE
CVEN 5030-3 Lighting Equip Design
TE L
CVEN 5040-3 Lighting Systems Engineering
TE S
CVEN 5050-3 Advanced Solar Design
TE
CVEN 5060-3 Advanced Passive Solar Design
TE
CVEN 5070-3 Thermal Analysis of Buildings
TE
CVEN 5080-3 Cmptr Simul of Bldg Ergy Sys
TE
CVEN 5110-3 HVAC System Design
TE
*CVEN 5111-3 Intro to Structural Dynamics
TE
CVEN 5131-3 Contiuum Mech & Elasticity
TE
CVEN 5147-3 Engrg Economics & Sys Dsgn
TE
*CVEN 5161-3 Adv Mechanics of Materials
I TE
CVEN 5206-3 Design Development
TE S
CVEN 5226-3 Quality & Safety
TE
CVEN 5230-3 Acoustic Room Design
TE
CVEN 5236-3 Constr Plan/Scheduling
TE M
CVEN 5246-3 Legal Aspects Construction
TE
15
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL ELECTIVES
Course Listing-Civil Engineering
(continued)
Course Listing-Civil Engineering
(continued)
Course #
Course
Tech Elective Design
CVEN 5256-3 Strategic Issues/Constr
TE
CVEN 5276-3 Engr. Risk Dec. Analysis
TE
CVEN 5286-3 Design Construction OperationsTE
*CVEN 5296-3 Construction Engineering 2
TE
CVEN 5306-3 Building Reuse & Retrofit
TE S
CVEN 5313-3 Environ Fluid Mechanics
TE
CVEN 5316-3 Constr Acct & Fin Mgmt
TE
CVEN 5323-3 Applied Stream Ecology
TE
CVEN 5326-3 Construction Project Controls TE
CVEN 5333-3 Hydrology
TE
CVEN 5336-3 Const Project Delivery
TE
CVEN 5343-3 Trans/Dispersion Surface WaterTE S
*CVEN 5353-3 Groundwater Hydrology
TE
CVEN 5363-3 Modeling of Hydrologic Sys
TE
CVEN 5373-3 Water Law, Pol, Inst
TE
CVEN 5383-3 Applied Groundwater ModelingTE
*CVEN 5393-3 Water Res Dev & Mgt
TE
CVEN 5404-3 Environmental Engr Chemistry TE
CVEN 5414-3 Water Chemistry Lab
TE
CVEN 5423-3 Water Resources Engr Design TE
CVEN 5424-3 Aquatic Organic Contaminants TE
CVEN 5434-3 Enviro Engineering Design
TE
CVEN 5454-3 Quantitative Methods
TE
CVEN 5474-3 Hzrds & Indust Wste Mgmt
TE S
CVEN 5484-3 Envrmntl Microbiology
TE
CVEN 5494-3 Surface Water Quality ModelingTE
CVEN 5511-3 Intro Finite Element Analy
TE
CVEN 5514-3 Bioremediation
TE
CVEN 5525-3 Analysis of Framed Structures TE
CVEN 5534-3 Wastewater Treatment
TE S
CVEN 5540-3 Exterior Ltg. Systems
TE L
CVEN 5544-3 Solid Waste
TE M
CVEN 5555-3 Structural Reliability
TE
CVEN 5565-3 Life-Cycle Engineering
TE
CVEN 5575-3 Adv Topics in Steel Design
TE L
CVEN 5585-3 Adv Tpc in Reinfor Concr Dsgn TE L
CVEN 5678-3 Soil Improvement & Reinfrmt TE L
CVEN 5688-3 Environmental Geotechnics
TE L
*CVEN 5708-3 Soil Mechanics
TE
CVEN 5728-3 Foundation Engineering
TE L
*CVEN 5738-3 Applied Geotechnical Anal
TE
CVEN 5758-3 Flow Processes In Soils
TE
*CVEN 5768-3 Intro to Rock Mechanics
TE
CVEN 5798-3 Dynamics of Soils & Foundtns TE
CVEN 5820-3 Special Topics
TE
CVEN 5830 through 5839 (1-3) Special Tpcs TE
CVEN 5849 (1-6) Indep Study
TE
CVEN 6161-3 Adv Mech Materials II
CVEN 6323-3 Urban Stormwater Infrastructure Sys
CVEN 6333-3 Scaling in Hydrology
Course#
Course
Tech Elective Design
CVEN 7141-3 Plates and Shells
CVEN 7161-3 Buckling in Structures
CVEN 7511-3 Computatnl Mech of Solids & Struc
CVEN 7545-3 Structural Optimization
CVEN 7565-3 Inelastic Theory of Structures
CVEN 7718-3 Engrg Properties of Soils
CVEN 6404-3 Advanced Aquatic Chem
CVEN 6414-3 Aquatic Surfaces & Particles
CVEN 6525-3 Finite Element Anal of Struc
CVEN 6595-3 Earthquake Engineering
*FOR WELL QUALIFIED UNDERGRADUATES ONLY.
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ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL ELECTIVES
Amadei, Bernard Professor
Geotech
ECOT 546 (303)492-7734
[email protected]
Gupta, Vijay Professor
Fluid Mechanics & Water Resources
LITR 127 (303)492-3696
[email protected]
McKnight, Diane Professor
Environmental
ECOT 543/RL 1-118 (303)492-4687
[email protected]
Balaji, Rajagopalan Asst. Prof.
Fluid Mechanics & Water Resources
ECOT 541 (303)492-5968
[email protected]
Halek, Milan Sr. Instr.
Surveying & Drawing
ECOT 648 (303)492-7007
[email protected]
Molenaar, Keith Assoc. Professor
Construction
ECOT 643 (303)735-4276
[email protected]
Bielefeldt, Angela Assoc. Professor
Environmental
ECOT 516 (303)492-8433
[email protected]
Hallowell, Matthew Asst Professor
Construction
ECOT 641 303-492-7994
[email protected]
Neupauer, Roseanna, Assistant Professor
Fluid Mechanics & Water Resources
ECOT 513 (303)492-6274
[email protected]
Brandemuehl, Michael Assoc. Professor
Building Systems
ECCE 246A (303)492-8594
[email protected] .colorado.edu
Hearn, George Assoc. Professor
Structures & Mechanics
ECOT 548 (303)492-6381
[email protected]
Chase, Thomas Assoc. Professor
Fluid Mechanics & Water Resources
CIRES 303-492-1274
[email protected]
Henze, Gregor Asst. Professor
Building Systems
CE246A 303-492-1094
[email protected]
Chinowsky, Paul Assoc. Professor
Construction
ECOT 647 (303) 735-1063
[email protected]
Hernandez, Mark Assoc. Professor
Environmental
ECOT 515 (303)492-5991
[email protected]
Corotis, Ross Professor
Structures & Mechanics
ECOT 452 (303) 735-0539
[email protected]
Ko, Hon-Yim Professor
Geotech
ECOT 458 (303)492-6716
[email protected]
Crimaldi, John Asst. Professor
Fluid Mechanics & Water Resources
ECOT 511 (303) 735-2162
[email protected]
Krarti, Moncef Professor
Bldg. Sys.
ECCE 246B (303)492-3389
[email protected]
Diekmann, James Professor
Construction
ECOT 640 (303)492-7642
[email protected]
Kreider, Jan Professor
Building Systems
ECCE 249 (303)492-7603
[email protected]
Dow, John Assoc. Professor
Structures & Mechanics
ECOT 642 (303)492-8561
[email protected]
Liel, Abbie Asst. Professor
Structures & Mechanics
ECOT 426 303-492-1050
[email protected]
Frangopol, Dan Professor, Retired
Structures & Mechanics
ECOT 450 (303)492-7165
[email protected]
Linden, Karl Professor
Environmental
ECOT 542 303-492-4798
[email protected]
Gerstle, Kurt Prof. Emeritus
Structures & Mechanics
ECOT 518 (303)492-6383
[email protected]
McCartney, John Asst Professor
GeoTech
ECOT 541 303-492-0470
[email protected]
Pak, Ronald Professor
Geotech & Mechanics
ECOT 423 (303)492-8613
[email protected]
Pfeffer, Tad Professor
Geo Tech
ECOT 412 (303)735-2062
[email protected]
Porter, Keith Research Professor
Structures & Mechanics
ECOT 414 303-492-2732
[email protected]
Protzman, J. Brent Asst Professor
Building Systems
CE 247 303-492-7603
[email protected]
Rajaram, Harihar Professor
Fluid Mechanics & Water Resources
ECOT 514 (303)492-6604
[email protected]
Regueiro, Rich, Assistant Professor
GeoTech
ECOT 424 (303) 492-8026
[email protected]
Rosario-Ortiz, Fernando Asst Professor
Environmental
ECOT 512 303-492-7607
[email protected]
Ryan, Joseph Professor
Environmental
ECOT 517 (303)492-0772
[email protected]
Saouma, Victor Professor
Structures & Mechanics
ECOT 427 (303) 4921622
[email protected]
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ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL ELECTIVES
Silverstein, JoAnn Professor & Chair
Environmental
ECOT 444 (303)492-7211
[email protected]
Sivaselvan, Mettupalayam Assist Prof.
Structures & Mechanics
ECOT 431 (303)735-0925
[email protected]
Strzepek, Kenneth Professor
Fluid Mechanics & Water Resources
ECOT 549 (303)492-7111
[email protected]
Sture, Stein, Professor
GeoTech
ECOT 646 (303)492-7651
[email protected]
Summers, R. Scott Professor
Environmental
ECOT 540 (303)492-6644
[email protected]
Vasconez, Sandra Sr. Instr
Building Systems
ECOT 421 303-492-7614
[email protected]
Vernerey, Francj Asst Professor
Structures & Mechanics
ECOT 422 303-492-7165
[email protected]
Willam, Kaspar Professor
Structures & Mechanics
ECOT 456 (303)492-7011
[email protected]
Xi, Yunping Professor
Structures & Mechanics
ECOT 547 (303)492-8991
[email protected]
Yearsley, William Sr. Instr
Construction
ECOT 646 303-492-7651
[email protected]
Zhai, John Asst. Professor
Building Systems
ECOT 247 (303)492-4699
[email protected]
Znidarcic, Dobroslav Assoc. Professor.
Geotech
ECOT 649 (303)492-7577
[email protected]
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