Spring Semester 2015

  1. Applied Environ Sci & Tech (AEST)

  2. Course Number Course Name Credits
  3. A606 Clean Water Act 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M      05:30PM-8:15PM
      DISTANCE
      Bullington, A 9

      CRN: 30215
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Examines the Clean Water Act and its impact on the environment. The course will explore the history of the Act, and various programs established by the Act, including the Section 404 wetlands program and the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) pollution control program. Subject matter experts from State and Federal agencies, industry, environmental nongovernmental organizations and utilities will provide their perspectives on the Clean Water Act and its effectiveness.
      Registration Restrictions: Bachelor of Science degree in a science or engineering discipline.

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    Examines the Clean Water Act and its impact on the environment. The course will explore the history of the Act, and various programs established by the Act, including the Section 404 wetlands program and the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) pollution control program. Subject matter experts from State and Federal agencies, industry, environmental nongovernmental organizations and utilities will provide their perspectives on the Clean Water Act and its effectiveness.
    Registration Restrictions: Bachelor of Science degree in a science or engineering discipline.

  4. A607 Environ Permitting Project 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.    W    05:30PM-8:15PM
      DISTANCE
      Bullington, A 13

      CRN: 30216
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Explores the complex relationship between environmental regulatory and permitting requirements and their application to engineering and science projects.
      Registration Restrictions: Admission to Applied Environmental Science and Technology graduate program.

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    Explores the complex relationship between environmental regulatory and permitting requirements and their application to engineering and science projects.
    Registration Restrictions: Admission to Applied Environmental Science and Technology graduate program.

  5. A699 AEST Thesis 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Dotson, A 10

      CRN: 30217
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Arranged between the advisor and the student. Generally the student has been admitted to candidacy for the master's degree and a thesis committee is formed. The student must take an oral exam defending the thesis.
      Registration Restrictions: Registrants must be enrolled in the AEST graduate program.

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    3.        
      ARR
      Olofsson, J 5

      CRN: 30218
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Arranged between the advisor and the student. Generally the student has been admitted to candidacy for the master's degree and a thesis committee is formed. The student must take an oral exam defending the thesis.
      Registration Restrictions: Registrants must be enrolled in the AEST graduate program.

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    Arranged between the advisor and the student. Generally the student has been admitted to candidacy for the master's degree and a thesis committee is formed. The student must take an oral exam defending the thesis.
    Registration Restrictions: Registrants must be enrolled in the AEST graduate program.

  6. Civil Engineering (CE)

  7. Course Number Course Name Credits
  8. A152 Intro to Civil Engineering 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     02:30PM-3:45PM
      BMH 228
      Hamel, S 0

      CRN: 30911
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces students to the roles, responsibilities and capabilities of civil engineers within various subdisciplines such as structural, geotechnical, transportation, environmental and water resources engineering. Introduction to the body of knowledge developed by American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

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    Introduces students to the roles, responsibilities and capabilities of civil engineers within various subdisciplines such as structural, geotechnical, transportation, environmental and water resources engineering. Introduction to the body of knowledge developed by American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

  9. A403 Arctic Engineering 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Zubeck, H 0

      CRN: 30913
      Section: 251
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces students to a broad spectrum of engineering challenges unique to cold regions. Physical principles and practical data collection methods, analyses, designs, and construction methods are discussed. Students gain a working knowledge of cold regions engineering problems and modern solutions as a basis for more detailed study.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing in an accredited undergraduate program in engineering.
      May be stacked with: CE A603

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    Introduces students to a broad spectrum of engineering challenges unique to cold regions. Physical principles and practical data collection methods, analyses, designs, and construction methods are discussed. Students gain a working knowledge of cold regions engineering problems and modern solutions as a basis for more detailed study.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing in an accredited undergraduate program in engineering.
    May be stacked with: CE A603

  10. A405 Transportation Engineering I 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      BMH 239
      Abaza, O 11

      CRN: 30914
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to planning and engineering of transportation systems and their functions, components and operation. Those systems include highways, airports, railroads and water transportation. Emphasis is on highway system planning and traffic operations.

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    Introduction to planning and engineering of transportation systems and their functions, components and operation. Those systems include highways, airports, railroads and water transportation. Emphasis is on highway system planning and traffic operations.

  11. A424 Pavement Design 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     05:30PM-8:40PM
      ENGR 111
      Abaza, O 14

      CRN: 30915
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Analysis and design of highway and airport pavements, principles of theoretical and practical approaches for the design of flexible and rigid pavement structures. Methods for asphalt concrete mixture design and performance measures.
      May be stacked with: CE A624

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    Analysis and design of highway and airport pavements, principles of theoretical and practical approaches for the design of flexible and rigid pavement structures. Methods for asphalt concrete mixture design and performance measures.
    May be stacked with: CE A624

  12. A425 Highway Engineering 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   05:30PM-6:45PM
      SMH 101
      Bham, G 9

      CRN: 39902
      Section: 052
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Geometrical and structural design, construction, and maintenance of highway facilities and associated economic, social, and environmental consequences.
      May be stacked with: CE A625

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    Geometrical and structural design, construction, and maintenance of highway facilities and associated economic, social, and environmental consequences.
    May be stacked with: CE A625

  13. A431 Structural Analysis 4.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    04:00PM-5:40PM
      ENGR 111
      Liu, H 9

      CRN: 30916
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Review of statically determinate beams and trusses. Discusses shearing, bending moment and influence of line diagrams for statically determinate and indeterminate structures. Includes the study of deflections, elastic lines, an introduction to matrix and computer analyses.

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    Review of statically determinate beams and trusses. Discusses shearing, bending moment and influence of line diagrams for statically determinate and indeterminate structures. Includes the study of deflections, elastic lines, an introduction to matrix and computer analyses.

  14. A433 Reinforced Concrete Design 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      BMH 117
      Hamel, S 23

      CRN: 30917
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Essentials of structural design in reinforced concrete including building code requirements and standard practice for the design of basic structural elements.

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    Essentials of structural design in reinforced concrete including building code requirements and standard practice for the design of basic structural elements.

  15. A435 Soil Mechanics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   08:30AM-9:45AM
      BMH 117
      Yang, Z 13

      CRN: 30918
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Concepts, principles, and/or procedures related to soil formation and classification, soil compaction, flow of water in soils, stresses in a soil mass, soil settlement, shear strength of soil, subsoil exploration, and frost action.

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    Concepts, principles, and/or procedures related to soil formation and classification, soil compaction, flow of water in soils, stresses in a soil mass, soil settlement, shear strength of soil, subsoil exploration, and frost action.

  16. A435L Soil Mechanics Lab 0.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     06:00PM-9:00PM
      ENGR 101
      Yang, Z 1

      CRN: 30919
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

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    3.     R   06:00PM-9:00PM
      ENGR 101
      Yang, Z 12

      CRN: 30920
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

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  17. A438 *Design of CE Systems 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  09:00AM-12:00PM
      BMH 239
      Abaza, O 13

      CRN: 30921
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Integrative capstone course for civil engineering students to collaborate in multidisciplinary teams to design a complex civil engineering system that meets client needs while protecting public health and safety. Students apply knowledge and skills learned in their undergraduate curriculum.
      Registration Restrictions: Senior standing

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    3.      F  11:00AM-12:00PM
      SSB 211
      Abaza, O 13

      CRN: 30921
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Integrative capstone course for civil engineering students to collaborate in multidisciplinary teams to design a complex civil engineering system that meets client needs while protecting public health and safety. Students apply knowledge and skills learned in their undergraduate curriculum.
      Registration Restrictions: Senior standing

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    Integrative capstone course for civil engineering students to collaborate in multidisciplinary teams to design a complex civil engineering system that meets client needs while protecting public health and safety. Students apply knowledge and skills learned in their undergraduate curriculum.
    Registration Restrictions: Senior standing

  18. A441 Fund Envi Engr & App Envi Sci 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    11:30AM-12:45PM
      BMH 239
      Olofsson, J 10

      CRN: 30922
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to the fundamental theory, analysis and regulations of environmental engineering and applied environmental science. Topics include environmental chemistry, drinking water and wastewater treatment, air pollution and solid waste management.
      May be stacked with: CE A641

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    Introduction to the fundamental theory, analysis and regulations of environmental engineering and applied environmental science. Topics include environmental chemistry, drinking water and wastewater treatment, air pollution and solid waste management.
    May be stacked with: CE A641

  19. A442 Environmental Systems Design 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   02:30PM-3:45PM
      ENGR 111
      Olofsson, J 30

      CRN: 30923
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Design of systems commonly used in environmental engineering practice with an emphasis on water and wastewater treatment. Design of unit processes and operations will be performed for both potable water and wastewater treatment. Selection of system components, design and performance calculations and complete engineering reports are required.

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    Design of systems commonly used in environmental engineering practice with an emphasis on water and wastewater treatment. Design of unit processes and operations will be performed for both potable water and wastewater treatment. Selection of system components, design and performance calculations and complete engineering reports are required.

  20. A446 Biological Treatment Processes 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M      05:30PM-8:15PM
      ENGR 342
      Olofsson, J 14

      CRN: 39973
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Theory and design of aerobic and anaerobic process for the treatment of wastewater including activated sludge, various surface film reactors, sludge digestion and disposal, and nutrient removal.
      May be stacked with: CE A646

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    Theory and design of aerobic and anaerobic process for the treatment of wastewater including activated sludge, various surface film reactors, sludge digestion and disposal, and nutrient removal.
    May be stacked with: CE A646

  21. A447 Advanced Unit Processes 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.     R   05:30PM-8:15PM
      ESH 204
      Dotson, A 9

      CRN: 38638
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      The theory and design of advanced unit processes with emphasis on emerging disinfectants, ozone and ultraviolet light disinfection, advanced oxidation, sorbents, and membranes; application of these innovative technologies in the drinking water and wastewater arena.
      May be stacked with: CE A647

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    The theory and design of advanced unit processes with emphasis on emerging disinfectants, ozone and ultraviolet light disinfection, advanced oxidation, sorbents, and membranes; application of these innovative technologies in the drinking water and wastewater arena.
    May be stacked with: CE A647

  22. A464 Hydrologic Analysis and Design 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      BMH 239
      Lang, R 15

      CRN: 30925
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Presents fundamental concepts of hydrologic cycle, including precipitation, snow cover, evaporation, and groundwater hydraulics. Explains techniques of statistical hydrology and the usage of simulation models. The design of simple hydraulic structures will also be introduced.

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    Presents fundamental concepts of hydrologic cycle, including precipitation, snow cover, evaporation, and groundwater hydraulics. Explains techniques of statistical hydrology and the usage of simulation models. The design of simple hydraulic structures will also be introduced.

  23. A494I Traffic Safety 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    05:30PM-6:45PM
      ADM 143B
      Bham, G 14

      CRN: 39987
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces traffic safety: high crash locations, crash statistics, driver behavior, prediction models, safety measures and countermeasures.
      Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed CE A694I.
      May be stacked with: CE A694I

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    Introduces traffic safety: high crash locations, crash statistics, driver behavior, prediction models, safety measures and countermeasures.
    Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed CE A694I.
    May be stacked with: CE A694I

  24. A603 Arctic Engineering 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Zubeck, H 44

      CRN: 30927
      Section: 251
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces students to a broad spectrum of engineering challenges that are unique to cold regions. Physical principles and practical data collection methods, analyses, designs, and construction methods are discussed. Students gain a working knowledge of cold-region engineering problems and modern solutions as a basis for detailed study.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing with a baccalaureate degree in engineering. No previous credits for CE A403.
      May be stacked with: CE A403

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    Introduces students to a broad spectrum of engineering challenges that are unique to cold regions. Physical principles and practical data collection methods, analyses, designs, and construction methods are discussed. Students gain a working knowledge of cold-region engineering problems and modern solutions as a basis for detailed study.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing with a baccalaureate degree in engineering. No previous credits for CE A403.
    May be stacked with: CE A403

  25. A624 Pavement Design 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     05:30PM-8:40PM
      ENGR 111
      Abaza, O 15

      CRN: 30929
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Analysis and design of highway and airport pavements, principles of theoretical and practical approaches for the design of flexible and rigid pavement structures. Methods for asphalt concrete mixture design and performance measures.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing
      May be stacked with: CE A424

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    Analysis and design of highway and airport pavements, principles of theoretical and practical approaches for the design of flexible and rigid pavement structures. Methods for asphalt concrete mixture design and performance measures.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing
    May be stacked with: CE A424

  26. A625 Highway Engineering 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   05:30PM-6:45PM
      SMH 101
      Bham, G 9

      CRN: 39901
      Section: 052
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Geometrical and structural design, construction, and maintenance of highway facilities and associated economic, social, and environmental consequences.
      May be stacked with: CE A425

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    Geometrical and structural design, construction, and maintenance of highway facilities and associated economic, social, and environmental consequences.
    May be stacked with: CE A425

  27. A631 Structural Finite Elements 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     05:30PM-8:15PM
      ENGR 111
      Liu, H 11

      CRN: 38640
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Fundamental equations for different finite elements as well as computer modeling of engineering structures using these elements are examined. Basic finite elements for truss, beam, frame and triangular plane elements are discussed in detail. The use of finite element software to solve a variety of structural engineering problems is discussed. The results of actual analysis are critically examined in class.

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    Fundamental equations for different finite elements as well as computer modeling of engineering structures using these elements are examined. Basic finite elements for truss, beam, frame and triangular plane elements are discussed in detail. The use of finite element software to solve a variety of structural engineering problems is discussed. The results of actual analysis are critically examined in class.

  28. A641 Fund Envi Engr & App Envi Sci 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    11:30AM-12:45PM
      BMH 239
      Olofsson, J 8

      CRN: 30931
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to the fundamental theory, analysis and regulations of environmental engineering and applied environmental science. Topics include environmental chemistry, drinking water and wastewater treatment, air pollution and solid waste management.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing in Civil Engineering or enrolled in AEST.
      May be stacked with: CE A441

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    Introduction to the fundamental theory, analysis and regulations of environmental engineering and applied environmental science. Topics include environmental chemistry, drinking water and wastewater treatment, air pollution and solid waste management.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing in Civil Engineering or enrolled in AEST.
    May be stacked with: CE A441

  29. A646 Biological Treatment Processes 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M      05:30PM-8:15PM
      ENGR 342
      Olofsson, J 7

      CRN: 30932
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Theory and design of aerobic and anaerobic process for the treatment of wastewater including activated sludge, various surface film reactors, sludge digestion and disposal, and nutrient removal.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing in Civil Engineering or Applied Environmental Science and Technology.
      May be stacked with: CE A446

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    Theory and design of aerobic and anaerobic process for the treatment of wastewater including activated sludge, various surface film reactors, sludge digestion and disposal, and nutrient removal.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing in Civil Engineering or Applied Environmental Science and Technology.
    May be stacked with: CE A446

  30. A647 Advanced Unit Processes 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.     R   05:30PM-8:15PM
      ESH 204
      Dotson, A 9

      CRN: 38639
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      The theory and design of advanced unit processes with emphasis on emerging disinfectants, ozone and ultraviolet light disinfection, advanced oxidation, sorbents, and membranes; application of these innovative technologies in the drinking water and wastewater arena.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing in Civil Engineering or instructor permission.
      May be stacked with: CE A447

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    The theory and design of advanced unit processes with emphasis on emerging disinfectants, ozone and ultraviolet light disinfection, advanced oxidation, sorbents, and membranes; application of these innovative technologies in the drinking water and wastewater arena.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing in Civil Engineering or instructor permission.
    May be stacked with: CE A447

  31. A652 Advanced Steel Design 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.     R   05:30PM-8:15PM
      ENGR 342
      Hamel, S 5

      CRN: 38677
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Advanced structural design in steel, including building code requirements and standard practice for the design of steel structures and connections.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing or instructor approval.
      May be stacked with: CE A452

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    3.     R   05:30PM-8:15PM
      VDCF
      Hamel, S 10

      CRN: 38681
      Section: 1V1
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Advanced structural design in steel, including building code requirements and standard practice for the design of steel structures and connections.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing or instructor approval.
      May be stacked with: CE A452

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    Advanced structural design in steel, including building code requirements and standard practice for the design of steel structures and connections.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing or instructor approval.
    May be stacked with: CE A452

  32. A663 Ground Water Dynamics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     05:30PM-8:15PM
      ADM 143A
      Lang, R 14

      CRN: 38682
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Fundamentals of geohydrology, hydraulics of flow through porous media, well hydraulics, ground water pollution, and ground water resources development.

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    Fundamentals of geohydrology, hydraulics of flow through porous media, well hydraulics, ground water pollution, and ground water resources development.

  33. A678 Design of Ocean Engr Systems 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     06:00PM-8:45PM
      ENGR 342
      Metzger, A 10

      CRN: 30936
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of engineering works in the ocean.
      Registration Restrictions: School of Engineering graduate standing or instructor permission.

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    Introduction to planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of engineering works in the ocean.
    Registration Restrictions: School of Engineering graduate standing or instructor permission.

  34. A681 Frozen Ground Engineerng 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Yang, Z 14

      CRN: 38684
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Physical, thermal, and mechanical properties of frozen soils, frost action, heat flow in soils, thaw behavior of frozen ground, foundations in frozen ground, construction ground freezing, pavement design, earthwork, and field investigations for frozen ground.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing, with a baccalaureate degree in engineering, or upper class standing in an accredited undergraduate program in engineering.

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    Physical, thermal, and mechanical properties of frozen soils, frost action, heat flow in soils, thaw behavior of frozen ground, foundations in frozen ground, construction ground freezing, pavement design, earthwork, and field investigations for frozen ground.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing, with a baccalaureate degree in engineering, or upper class standing in an accredited undergraduate program in engineering.

  35. A684 Arctic Utility Distribution 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Dotson, A 17

      CRN: 38685
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Reviews physical principles and current practices associated with planning and design of safe, efficient, and affordable water supply, fire protection, wastewater collection and disposal, and solid waste disposal works in cold regions, with a view toward conditions of rural Arctic Alaska.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing, with a degree in engineering or physical science, or upper class standing in an accredited undergraduate program in these categories.

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    Reviews physical principles and current practices associated with planning and design of safe, efficient, and affordable water supply, fire protection, wastewater collection and disposal, and solid waste disposal works in cold regions, with a view toward conditions of rural Arctic Alaska.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing, with a degree in engineering or physical science, or upper class standing in an accredited undergraduate program in these categories.

  36. A686 Civil Engineering Project 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Ravens, T 5

      CRN: 30937
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Civil and Arctic Engineering project arranged among the advisor, graduate advisory committee and student to solve a practical engineering problem.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing with a minimum of 9 graduate credits.

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    3.        
      ARR
      Lang, R 4

      CRN: 30938
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Civil and Arctic Engineering project arranged among the advisor, graduate advisory committee and student to solve a practical engineering problem.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing with a minimum of 9 graduate credits.

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    4.        
      ARR
      Abaza, O 5

      CRN: 30939
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Civil and Arctic Engineering project arranged among the advisor, graduate advisory committee and student to solve a practical engineering problem.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing with a minimum of 9 graduate credits.

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    Civil and Arctic Engineering project arranged among the advisor, graduate advisory committee and student to solve a practical engineering problem.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing with a minimum of 9 graduate credits.

  37. A694I Advanced Traffic Safety 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    05:30PM-6:45PM
      ADM 143B
      Bham, G 10

      CRN: 39988
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Advanced traffic safety: high crash locations, crash statistics, driver behavior, prediction models, safety measures and countermeasures.
      Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed CE A494I.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing or instructor permission
      May be stacked with: CE A494I

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    Advanced traffic safety: high crash locations, crash statistics, driver behavior, prediction models, safety measures and countermeasures.
    Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed CE A494I.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing or instructor permission
    May be stacked with: CE A494I

  38. A698 Individual Research 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Ravens, T 5

      CRN: 30940
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      A course to be designed between the student and faculty member to allow students the chance to pursue special advanced interests in engineering at the MS level.
      Registration Restrictions: Faculty permission.

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    3.        
      ARR
      Yang, Z 4

      CRN: 30941
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      A course to be designed between the student and faculty member to allow students the chance to pursue special advanced interests in engineering at the MS level.
      Registration Restrictions: Faculty permission.

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    4.        
      ARR
      Dotson, A 5

      CRN: 30942
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      A course to be designed between the student and faculty member to allow students the chance to pursue special advanced interests in engineering at the MS level.
      Registration Restrictions: Faculty permission.

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    5.        
      ARR
      Hamel, S 5

      CRN: 30943
      Section: 004
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      A course to be designed between the student and faculty member to allow students the chance to pursue special advanced interests in engineering at the MS level.
      Registration Restrictions: Faculty permission.

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    A course to be designed between the student and faculty member to allow students the chance to pursue special advanced interests in engineering at the MS level.
    Registration Restrictions: Faculty permission.

  39. A699 Thesis 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Yang, Z 5

      CRN: 30944
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Individual study of an advanced engineering problem resulting in a thesis.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing and advisor approval.

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    3.        
      ARR
      Abaza, O 4

      CRN: 30945
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Individual study of an advanced engineering problem resulting in a thesis.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing and advisor approval.

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    4.        
      ARR
      Olofsson, J 5

      CRN: 30946
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Individual study of an advanced engineering problem resulting in a thesis.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing and advisor approval.

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    5.        
      ARR
      Ravens, T 3

      CRN: 30947
      Section: 004
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Individual study of an advanced engineering problem resulting in a thesis.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing and advisor approval.

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    6.        
      Dotson, A 5

      CRN: 30948
      Section: 005
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Individual study of an advanced engineering problem resulting in a thesis.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing and advisor approval.

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    7.        
      ARR
      Hamel, S 3

      CRN: 30949
      Section: 006
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Individual study of an advanced engineering problem resulting in a thesis.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing and advisor approval.

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    Individual study of an advanced engineering problem resulting in a thesis.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing and advisor approval.

  40. Computer Science (CS)

  41. Course Number Course Name Credits
  42. A101 Intro to Computer Science 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   05:30PM-6:45PM
      SSB 211
      Franklin, J 15

      CRN: 31279
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Offers a broad overview of computer science designed to provide students with an appreciation for and an understanding of the many different aspects of computer science. Topics include discrete mathematics, an introduction to programming languages, algorithmic problem solving, basic concepts in hardware, operating systems, networks, graphics, and an overview of the social context of computing. The following basic computer skills are expected: how to use a web browser, send email, edit with a word processor, copy files, open and save documents, and open and close windows.
      Special Note: Students who intend to major in Computer Science may take this course as preparation for their course of study.
      Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT or ACT scores or approved UAA placement test required.

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    Offers a broad overview of computer science designed to provide students with an appreciation for and an understanding of the many different aspects of computer science. Topics include discrete mathematics, an introduction to programming languages, algorithmic problem solving, basic concepts in hardware, operating systems, networks, graphics, and an overview of the social context of computing. The following basic computer skills are expected: how to use a web browser, send email, edit with a word processor, copy files, open and save documents, and open and close windows.
    Special Note: Students who intend to major in Computer Science may take this course as preparation for their course of study.
    Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT or ACT scores or approved UAA placement test required.

  43. A109 Computer Prog (Languages Vary) 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    05:30PM-6:45PM
      SSB 254
      Harris, J 1

      CRN: 38688
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02
      Section Title: Python

      Problem analysis and solution using a selected programming language.
      Special Note: May be repeated twice for credit with a change in language.
      Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT or ACT scores or approved UAA placement test required.

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    3.        
      DISTANCE
      Webb, R 0

      CRN: 39702
      Section: 202
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02
      Section Title: Intro to Game Devel Javascript

      Problem analysis and solution using a selected programming language.
      Special Note: May be repeated twice for credit with a change in language.
      Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT or ACT scores or approved UAA placement test required.

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    4.    W    05:30PM-8:15PM
      CTEC 205
      Glaves, J 18

      CRN: 37631
      Section: I20
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02
      Section Title: Visual C#.Net Programming

      Problem analysis and solution using a selected programming language.
      Special Note: May be repeated twice for credit with a change in language.
      Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT or ACT scores or approved UAA placement test required.

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    5.   T     06:00PM-8:45PM
      JKB 116
      Bennett, E 12

      CRN: 38262
      Section: P11
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04
      Section Title: SQL-Server Prgm/SS Mgmt Studio

      Problem analysis and solution using a selected programming language.
      Special Note: May be repeated twice for credit with a change in language.
      Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT or ACT scores or approved UAA placement test required.

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    Problem analysis and solution using a selected programming language.
    Special Note: May be repeated twice for credit with a change in language.
    Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT or ACT scores or approved UAA placement test required.

  44. A110 Java Programming 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    04:00PM-5:15PM
      SSB 254
      Weaver, J 0

      CRN: 31281
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to the syntax of the Java language and object-orientation with an emphasis on writing programs to solve problems.
      Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT or ACT scores or approved UAA placement test required.

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    Introduction to the syntax of the Java language and object-orientation with an emphasis on writing programs to solve problems.
    Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT or ACT scores or approved UAA placement test required.

  45. A111 Visual Basic .NET Programming 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    05:30PM-6:45PM
      SSB 224
      Franklin, J 22

      CRN: 31282
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to the syntax and semantics of the Visual Basic .NET programming language with an emphasis on writing programs to solve problems.
      Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT or ACT scores or approved UAA placement test required.

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    Introduction to the syntax and semantics of the Visual Basic .NET programming language with an emphasis on writing programs to solve problems.
    Registration Restrictions: If prerequisite is not satisfied, appropriate SAT or ACT scores or approved UAA placement test required.

  46. Computer Sci & Computer Eng (CSCE)

  47. Course Number Course Name Credits
  48. A201 Computer Programming I 4.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      RH 111
      Moore, F 0

      CRN: 31283
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An introduction to object-oriented computer programming techniques and problem solving. This course covers basic syntax; sequential, branching, and iterative execution; objects, methods, inheritance, polymorphism, and encapsulation; arrays and linked lists; and recursion.

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    An introduction to object-oriented computer programming techniques and problem solving. This course covers basic syntax; sequential, branching, and iterative execution; objects, methods, inheritance, polymorphism, and encapsulation; arrays and linked lists; and recursion.

  49. A201L Computer Programming I Lab 0.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M      01:00PM-2:20PM
      ENGR 109
      Moore, F 2

      CRN: 31284
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

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    3.  M      02:30PM-3:50PM
      ENGR 109
      Moore, F 16

      CRN: 31285
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

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  50. A211 Computer Programming II 4.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    11:30AM-12:45PM
      RH 211
      Weaver, J 16

      CRN: 31287
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Coverage of object-oriented programming in C++ that includes real-world applications built using objects, classes, inheritance, hierarchies, polymorphism, recursion, event processing and exception handling.

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    Coverage of object-oriented programming in C++ that includes real-world applications built using objects, classes, inheritance, hierarchies, polymorphism, recursion, event processing and exception handling.

  51. A211L Computer Programming II Lab 0.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.    W    01:00PM-2:20PM
      ENGR 109
      Weaver, J 4

      CRN: 31288
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      More Info

    3.    W    02:30PM-3:50PM
      ENGR 109
      Weaver, J 18

      CRN: 31289
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

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  52. A222 Object-Oriented Programming I 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    04:00PM-5:15PM
      ESH 216
      Scott, K 9

      CRN: 39637
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      In-depth coverage of object-oriented programming in the Java programming language. Topics include inheritance, abstraction, interfaces, references, polymorphism, dynamic binding, class hierarchies, container classes, random access file input/output (I/O), serializability, graphical applications, event handling, Unified Modeling Language (UML) and object-oriented design.

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    In-depth coverage of object-oriented programming in the Java programming language. Topics include inheritance, abstraction, interfaces, references, polymorphism, dynamic binding, class hierarchies, container classes, random access file input/output (I/O), serializability, graphical applications, event handling, Unified Modeling Language (UML) and object-oriented design.

  53. A241 Computer Hardware Concepts 4.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      ENGR 229
      Moulic, J 0

      CRN: 31290
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Analysis and design of electronic devices used as building blocks for construction of simple combinational and sequential digital systems. Presents formats for data storage, number systems and alphanumeric codes, and methods of implementing logical and arithmetic operations within computers. Relates hardware components' capabilities and limitations to design requirements for computer processing, memory and control functions.
      Crosslisted with EE A241

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    Analysis and design of electronic devices used as building blocks for construction of simple combinational and sequential digital systems. Presents formats for data storage, number systems and alphanumeric codes, and methods of implementing logical and arithmetic operations within computers. Relates hardware components' capabilities and limitations to design requirements for computer processing, memory and control functions.
    Crosslisted with EE A241

  54. A248 Comp Org & Assembly Lang Prog 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   02:30PM-3:45PM
      PSB 166
      Moore, F 0

      CRN: 31291
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Organization and operation of a computer's processor, including registers, memory, input/output (I/O) and control. Assembly language programming with emphasis placed on hardware/software interface and computer design.

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    Organization and operation of a computer's processor, including registers, memory, input/output (I/O) and control. Assembly language programming with emphasis placed on hardware/software interface and computer design.

  55. A302 Object-Oriented Programming II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      ADM 148
      Scott, K 6

      CRN: 31292
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces design patterns as solutions to recurring problems in developing object-oriented software. Includes a detailed examination of significant design patterns and selected programming projects in a current object-oriented language. Introduces object-oriented programming concepts such as threading and pointer-based file input/output.

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    Introduces design patterns as solutions to recurring problems in developing object-oriented software. Includes a detailed examination of significant design patterns and selected programming projects in a current object-oriented language. Introduces object-oriented programming concepts such as threading and pointer-based file input/output.

  56. A311 Data Structures and Algorithms 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   08:30AM-9:45AM
      SSB 251
      Cenek, M 6

      CRN: 31293
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Representation and organization of digital information in the form of effective and efficient data structures, manipulation of data structures in a procedural fashion, and the analysis and evaluation of various algorithms. The following topics will be covered: Abstract Data Types (ADT), arrays, tables, linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, sorting, searching, graphs, hashing, spanning trees, disjoint sets, and heaps.

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    Representation and organization of digital information in the form of effective and efficient data structures, manipulation of data structures in a procedural fashion, and the analysis and evaluation of various algorithms. The following topics will be covered: Abstract Data Types (ADT), arrays, tables, linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, sorting, searching, graphs, hashing, spanning trees, disjoint sets, and heaps.

  57. A331 Programming Language Concepts 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    04:00PM-5:15PM
      ENGR 218
      Mock, K 9

      CRN: 31295
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Study of the theoretical foundations needed to design and implement modern programming languages, including syntax, type systems, semantics, and memory structures. Comparison of several programming languages in different paradigms such as procedural, functional, logic, and scripting languages. Programming assignments will be given in each language studied.

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    Study of the theoretical foundations needed to design and implement modern programming languages, including syntax, type systems, semantics, and memory structures. Comparison of several programming languages in different paradigms such as procedural, functional, logic, and scripting languages. Programming assignments will be given in each language studied.

  58. A351 Automata/Algorithms/Complexity 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      ENGR 342
      Cenek, M 6

      CRN: 31296
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Study of the theory of computing and algorithm analysis and design. Topics include context-free grammars and parsing, finite automata and regular languages, pushdown automata and context-free grammars, deterministic and nondeterministic Turing machines, decidability and computability. In the algorithm domain, the course provides and introduction to analysis and complexity of algorithms, searching/sorting algorithms, mathematical algorithms, and graph theoretic algorithms. Introduction to complexity theory.

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    Study of the theory of computing and algorithm analysis and design. Topics include context-free grammars and parsing, finite automata and regular languages, pushdown automata and context-free grammars, deterministic and nondeterministic Turing machines, decidability and computability. In the algorithm domain, the course provides and introduction to analysis and complexity of algorithms, searching/sorting algorithms, mathematical algorithms, and graph theoretic algorithms. Introduction to complexity theory.

  59. A360 Database Systems 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   04:00PM-5:15PM
      SSB 224
      Scott, K -2

      CRN: 31297
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Application of data modeling, relational database concepts and design, normalization theory, and structured query language. Study of underlying data structures and implementations of data processing architectures.

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    Application of data modeling, relational database concepts and design, normalization theory, and structured query language. Study of underlying data structures and implementations of data processing architectures.

  60. A365 Computer Networks 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   01:00PM-2:15PM
      ESH 212
      Zahir, S 2

      CRN: 31298
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Network architectures, layered protocols, Internet protocols and network service interfaces. Emphasis on design and implementation of networking hardware, including routers, bridges, switches, hubs and repeaters. Local networks, addressing, routing, flow control, queuing, routing protocols and packet loss.

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    Network architectures, layered protocols, Internet protocols and network service interfaces. Emphasis on design and implementation of networking hardware, including routers, bridges, switches, hubs and repeaters. Local networks, addressing, routing, flow control, queuing, routing protocols and packet loss.

  61. A394 Modeling Complex Systems 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   02:30PM-3:45PM
      SSB 223
      Cenek, M -1

      CRN: 39026
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Presents models of complex systems at an intermediate level for students interested in interdisciplinary methods of natural and complex systems.
      Crosslisted with: CPLX A394
      Registration Restrictions: Instructor permission

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    Presents models of complex systems at an intermediate level for students interested in interdisciplinary methods of natural and complex systems.
    Crosslisted with: CPLX A394
    Registration Restrictions: Instructor permission

  62. A395 Internship in Computing 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Moore, F 5

      CRN: 31300
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Application of computer science or computer engineering skills in a professional work setting.
      Special Note: May be taken up to three times, but only 3 credits may be applied toward CS or CSE major requirements.
      Registration Restrictions: Faculty approval

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    3.        
      ARR
      Moore, F 0

      CRN: 31301
      Section: 041
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Application of computer science or computer engineering skills in a professional work setting.
      Special Note: May be taken up to three times, but only 3 credits may be applied toward CS or CSE major requirements.
      Registration Restrictions: Faculty approval

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    Application of computer science or computer engineering skills in a professional work setting.
    Special Note: May be taken up to three times, but only 3 credits may be applied toward CS or CSE major requirements.
    Registration Restrictions: Faculty approval

  63. A448 Computer Architecture 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    01:00PM-2:15PM
      ENGR 218
      Moulic, J 12

      CRN: 31303
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      A quantitative approach to computer architecture and parallelism, which addresses both the software and hardware aspects of parallelism in modern computing systems. Specific emphasis will be placed on instruction-level, thread-level, data-level, task-level and request-level parallelism, and developing parallel application code in assembler and high-level languages for systems such as graphics processing units (GPUs).

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    A quantitative approach to computer architecture and parallelism, which addresses both the software and hardware aspects of parallelism in modern computing systems. Specific emphasis will be placed on instruction-level, thread-level, data-level, task-level and request-level parallelism, and developing parallel application code in assembler and high-level languages for systems such as graphics processing units (GPUs).

  64. A450 Mobile Robotics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      ENGR 109
      Cavalcanti, A 18

      CRN: 39706
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces robotics with embedded systems. Controlling mobile robots, sensors and motors with autonomous and user-controlled operations. Different types of robots, including aerial, underwater and automotive robots. Real-time image processing and neural networks including genetic algorithms will be covered.
      Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed CSCE A650.
      May be stacked with: CSCE A650

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    Introduces robotics with embedded systems. Controlling mobile robots, sensors and motors with autonomous and user-controlled operations. Different types of robots, including aerial, underwater and automotive robots. Real-time image processing and neural networks including genetic algorithms will be covered.
    Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed CSCE A650.
    May be stacked with: CSCE A650

  65. A470 *CSCE Capstone Project 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    05:30PM-6:45PM
      ENGR 109
      Cavalcanti, A 16

      CRN: 31304
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Application of computer science and computer engineering concepts, principles and practices to develop a research, applied software development, or computer engineering project. The student will analyze, design, document, implement and deliver a presentation and written report of a research project or software/hardware system of moderate complexity under the supervision of the instructor and/or other faculty. Includes a discussion of ethical, professional and contemporary issues in technology and the impact of computing technology in a global and societal context.
      Registration Restrictions: Senior standing and completion of GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses

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    Application of computer science and computer engineering concepts, principles and practices to develop a research, applied software development, or computer engineering project. The student will analyze, design, document, implement and deliver a presentation and written report of a research project or software/hardware system of moderate complexity under the supervision of the instructor and/or other faculty. Includes a discussion of ethical, professional and contemporary issues in technology and the impact of computing technology in a global and societal context.
    Registration Restrictions: Senior standing and completion of GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses

  66. A498 Individual Research 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Moore, F 2

      CRN: 31306
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Students will engage in an independent research project under the supervision of a faculty member. The result will be a paper or presentation prepared to publication standards.
      Special Note: May be repeated up to a maximum of 6 credits.
      Registration Restrictions: Upper-division standing and faculty permission.

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    Students will engage in an independent research project under the supervision of a faculty member. The result will be a paper or presentation prepared to publication standards.
    Special Note: May be repeated up to a maximum of 6 credits.
    Registration Restrictions: Upper-division standing and faculty permission.

  67. Computer Systems Engineering (CSE)

  68. Course Number Course Name Credits
  69. A205 Intro to C Prog for Engineers 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   04:00PM-5:15PM
      ENGR 109
      Cavalcanti, A 22

      CRN: 38689
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to C programming for engineers. Students will learn a programming language that can be used in many aspects of the engineering field, specifically with applications interfacing with hardware devices. Students will gain basic programming skills, including variables, functions, structures, control structures, and conditional statements with applied reinforcement in engineering applications. Projects will focus on engineering applications in different fields.

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    Introduction to C programming for engineers. Students will learn a programming language that can be used in many aspects of the engineering field, specifically with applications interfacing with hardware devices. Students will gain basic programming skills, including variables, functions, structures, control structures, and conditional statements with applied reinforcement in engineering applications. Projects will focus on engineering applications in different fields.

  70. Electrical Engineering (EE)

  71. Course Number Course Name Credits
  72. A241 Computer Hardware Concepts 4.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   01:00PM-2:15PM
      ESH 214
      Moulic, J 0

      CRN: 31660
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Analysis and design of electronic devices used as building blocks for construction of simple combinational and sequential digital systems. Presents formats for data storage, number systems and alphanumeric codes, and methods of implementing logical and arithmetic operations within computers. Relates hardware components' capabilities and limitations to design requirements for computer processing, memory and control functions.
      Crosslisted with CSCE A241.

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    Analysis and design of electronic devices used as building blocks for construction of simple combinational and sequential digital systems. Presents formats for data storage, number systems and alphanumeric codes, and methods of implementing logical and arithmetic operations within computers. Relates hardware components' capabilities and limitations to design requirements for computer processing, memory and control functions.
    Crosslisted with CSCE A241.

  73. A261 MATLAB for Elec. Eng. 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    04:00PM-4:50PM
      ENGR 109
      Kupilik, M 2

      CRN: 31661
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces MATLAB programming skills to students to solve problems in various electrical engineering focus areas including circuit analysis, signal analysis, and communication.

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    Introduces MATLAB programming skills to students to solve problems in various electrical engineering focus areas including circuit analysis, signal analysis, and communication.

  74. A306 Dynamics of Systems 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    08:30AM-9:45AM
      RH 211
      Lobontiu, N 19

      CRN: 31662
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Modeling of mechanical, electrical, fluid and thermal elements and systems. Study of free and forced response by the Laplace transform, transfer function, and state space models. Time domain and frequency domain responses. Coupled systems, system analogy, sensing and actuation principles.
      Crosslisted with: ME A306

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    Modeling of mechanical, electrical, fluid and thermal elements and systems. Study of free and forced response by the Laplace transform, transfer function, and state space models. Time domain and frequency domain responses. Coupled systems, system analogy, sensing and actuation principles.
    Crosslisted with: ME A306

  75. A308 Instrumentation & Measurement 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    02:30PM-3:45PM
      RH 111
      Petersen, T 3

      CRN: 31663
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Principles of measurement, instrumentation, Laplace transform, Fourier series, transfer function, steady-state response, calibration, and errors. Signal filtering and amplification, data acquisition, recording, and processing. Methods and devices for measuring strain, force, torque, displacement, velocity, acceleration, pressure, fluid flow properties, and temperature. Mechatronics, sensors, actuators, and controls.
      Crosslisted with ME A308.

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    Principles of measurement, instrumentation, Laplace transform, Fourier series, transfer function, steady-state response, calibration, and errors. Signal filtering and amplification, data acquisition, recording, and processing. Methods and devices for measuring strain, force, torque, displacement, velocity, acceleration, pressure, fluid flow properties, and temperature. Mechatronics, sensors, actuators, and controls.
    Crosslisted with ME A308.

  76. A324 Electromagnetics II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      ENGR 109
      Rawlins, K 2

      CRN: 31664
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Use of Maxwell's equations in analysis of plane wave propagation, wave reflection, radiation and antennas, waveguides, cavity resonators, transmission lines, and radio propagation.
      Crosslisted with PHYS A324.

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    Use of Maxwell's equations in analysis of plane wave propagation, wave reflection, radiation and antennas, waveguides, cavity resonators, transmission lines, and radio propagation.
    Crosslisted with PHYS A324.

  77. A324L Electromagnetics Laboratory II 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  12:30PM-3:30PM
      ENGR 229
      Munk, J 4

      CRN: 31665
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Laboratory experiments using Maxwell's equations in analysis of plane wave propagation, wave reflection, radiation and antennas, waveguides, cavity resonators, transmission lines, and radio propagation.

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    Laboratory experiments using Maxwell's equations in analysis of plane wave propagation, wave reflection, radiation and antennas, waveguides, cavity resonators, transmission lines, and radio propagation.

  78. A333 Electronic Devices 4.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   08:30AM-9:45AM
      ENGR 109
      Petersen, T 1

      CRN: 31666
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An introduction to the analysis of electronics and electrical devices including semiconductors, diodes, field effect transistors (FETs), bipolar junction transistors (BJTs), large signal and small signal analysis techniques, and common electrical circuit topologies and analysis.

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    An introduction to the analysis of electronics and electrical devices including semiconductors, diodes, field effect transistors (FETs), bipolar junction transistors (BJTs), large signal and small signal analysis techniques, and common electrical circuit topologies and analysis.

  79. A333L Electronic Devices Lab 0.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     04:00PM-6:30PM
      ENGR 229
      Petersen, T 0

      CRN: 31667
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

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    3.    W    04:00PM-6:30PM
      ENGR 229
      Petersen, T 6

      CRN: 31668
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

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  80. A353 Circuit Theory 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    08:30AM-9:45AM
      ENGR 109
      Munk, J 4

      CRN: 31669
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Analysis of circuit behavior for passive and active filters. Application of Laplace and Fourier techniques to circuit characterization.

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    Analysis of circuit behavior for passive and active filters. Application of Laplace and Fourier techniques to circuit characterization.

  81. A353L Circuit Theory Lab 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M      04:00PM-6:30PM
      ENGR 229
      Mixsell Jr, J 10

      CRN: 31670
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Analysis of circuit behavior for passive and active filters. Application of Laplace and Fourier techniques to circuit characterization. This course serves as a laboratory component to EE A353.

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    3.     R   04:00PM-6:30PM
      ENGR 229
      Mixsell Jr, J 3

      CRN: 31671
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Analysis of circuit behavior for passive and active filters. Application of Laplace and Fourier techniques to circuit characterization. This course serves as a laboratory component to EE A353.

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    Analysis of circuit behavior for passive and active filters. Application of Laplace and Fourier techniques to circuit characterization. This course serves as a laboratory component to EE A353.

  82. A438 *Design Electrical Engr System 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  08:30AM-11:15AM
      ENGR 229
      Petersen, T 16

      CRN: 31672
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Capstone course in which electrical engineering students design an electrical engineering component or system starting with the initial design specification to the implementation and testing. Students apply knowledge and skills learned in their undergraduate curriculum.
      Registration Restrictions: Student must be in senior year of BSE degree program or obtain faculty permission. Completion of GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses.

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    3.      F  08:30AM-11:15AM
      ENGR 229
      Munk, J 16

      CRN: 31672
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Capstone course in which electrical engineering students design an electrical engineering component or system starting with the initial design specification to the implementation and testing. Students apply knowledge and skills learned in their undergraduate curriculum.
      Registration Restrictions: Student must be in senior year of BSE degree program or obtain faculty permission. Completion of GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses.

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    Capstone course in which electrical engineering students design an electrical engineering component or system starting with the initial design specification to the implementation and testing. Students apply knowledge and skills learned in their undergraduate curriculum.
    Registration Restrictions: Student must be in senior year of BSE degree program or obtain faculty permission. Completion of GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses.

  83. A441 Integrated Circuit Design 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    08:30AM-9:45AM
      ENGR 229
      Moulic, J 19

      CRN: 31673
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Develops the design and fabrication of integrated circuits (ICs) used in computer electronics. Describes the material properties, methods of charge transport, energy exchanges, fundamentals of device fabrication, and fabrication process capabilities and limits. Electrical characteristics, timing considerations, heat and power considerations, and reliability of IC devices.

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    Develops the design and fabrication of integrated circuits (ICs) used in computer electronics. Describes the material properties, methods of charge transport, energy exchanges, fundamentals of device fabrication, and fabrication process capabilities and limits. Electrical characteristics, timing considerations, heat and power considerations, and reliability of IC devices.

  84. A451 Digital Signal Processing 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  09:00AM-11:30AM
      ENGR 109
      Mixsell Jr, J 14

      CRN: 31674
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Develops properties and methods of analysis of discrete-time signals, and the techniques used in creating and processing those signals. Topics include discrete-time linear systems, Z-transforms, the Discrete Fourier Transform and Fast Fourier Transform algorithms, digital filter design, system performance analysis and problem-solving. Methods and effects of signal processing are analyzed and evaluated.

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    Develops properties and methods of analysis of discrete-time signals, and the techniques used in creating and processing those signals. Topics include discrete-time linear systems, Z-transforms, the Discrete Fourier Transform and Fast Fourier Transform algorithms, digital filter design, system performance analysis and problem-solving. Methods and effects of signal processing are analyzed and evaluated.

  85. A465 Telecommunications 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      PSB 148
      Mixsell Jr, J 3

      CRN: 31675
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Emphasis in data transmission, guided and wireless transmission, signal encoding, digital data, multiplexing, and circuit and packet switching. Analyze data communications, networking, protocols and standards.

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    Emphasis in data transmission, guided and wireless transmission, signal encoding, digital data, multiplexing, and circuit and packet switching. Analyze data communications, networking, protocols and standards.

  86. A494H Wireless Communication Systems 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   04:00PM-5:15PM
      PSB 148
      Ayers, M 21

      CRN: 39995
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Analysis and design of wireless communication systems, including microwave, satellite, cellular and Wi-Fi systems.

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    Analysis and design of wireless communication systems, including microwave, satellite, cellular and Wi-Fi systems.

  87. Engineering (ENGR)

  88. Course Number Course Name Credits
  89. A105A Engr Computer-Aided Design I 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  01:30PM-4:50PM
      ENGR 218
      Foster, J -1

      CRN: 31849
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-02/14

      Applied engineering design course focusing on engineering graphics concepts using applied Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools. Orthographic projections, auxiliary views, sectional views, and layer management are explored and implemented in assigned engineering design projects. Part I of a three part series.

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    3.   T R   04:00PM-5:40PM
      ENGR 218
      Foster, J 0

      CRN: 31850
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-02/14

      Applied engineering design course focusing on engineering graphics concepts using applied Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools. Orthographic projections, auxiliary views, sectional views, and layer management are explored and implemented in assigned engineering design projects. Part I of a three part series.

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    Applied engineering design course focusing on engineering graphics concepts using applied Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools. Orthographic projections, auxiliary views, sectional views, and layer management are explored and implemented in assigned engineering design projects. Part I of a three part series.

  90. A105B Engr Computer-Aided Design II 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  01:30PM-4:50PM
      ENGR 218
      Foster, J -2

      CRN: 31851
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 02/16-03/28

      Applied engineering design course focusing on engineering graphics concepts using applied Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools. Object snaps, engineering drawing editing, blocks and external references, multi viewports and views, object linking and embedding, raster image manipulation, and basic 3-D modeling are explored and implemented in assigned engineering design projects. Part II of a three part series.

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    3.   T R   04:00PM-5:40PM
      ENGR 218
      Foster, J 0

      CRN: 31852
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 02/16-03/28

      Applied engineering design course focusing on engineering graphics concepts using applied Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools. Object snaps, engineering drawing editing, blocks and external references, multi viewports and views, object linking and embedding, raster image manipulation, and basic 3-D modeling are explored and implemented in assigned engineering design projects. Part II of a three part series.

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    Applied engineering design course focusing on engineering graphics concepts using applied Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools. Object snaps, engineering drawing editing, blocks and external references, multi viewports and views, object linking and embedding, raster image manipulation, and basic 3-D modeling are explored and implemented in assigned engineering design projects. Part II of a three part series.

  91. A105C Engr Computer-Aided Design III 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  01:30PM-4:50PM
      ENGR 218
      Foster, J 0

      CRN: 31853
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 03/29-05/02

      Applied engineering design course focusing on engineering graphics concepts using applied Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools. Surfaces, featured based modeling, solid editing, extraction of orthographic, auxiliary and section views from a 3-D model, printing and plotting are explored and implemented in assigned engineering design projects. Part III of a three part series.

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    3.   T R   04:00PM-5:40PM
      ENGR 218
      Foster, J 6

      CRN: 31854
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 03/29-05/02

      Applied engineering design course focusing on engineering graphics concepts using applied Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools. Surfaces, featured based modeling, solid editing, extraction of orthographic, auxiliary and section views from a 3-D model, printing and plotting are explored and implemented in assigned engineering design projects. Part III of a three part series.

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    Applied engineering design course focusing on engineering graphics concepts using applied Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools. Surfaces, featured based modeling, solid editing, extraction of orthographic, auxiliary and section views from a 3-D model, printing and plotting are explored and implemented in assigned engineering design projects. Part III of a three part series.

  92. A151 Introduction to Engineering 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  09:30AM-10:20AM
      SSB 118
      Cullin, M 26

      CRN: 31855
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An introduction to engineering, both as a profession and as a field of study. Introduces students to the roles, responsibilities and capabilities of civil, computer systems, electrical and mechanical engineers.

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    3.      F  10:30AM-11:20AM
      SSB 118
      Cullin, M 16

      CRN: 31856
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An introduction to engineering, both as a profession and as a field of study. Introduces students to the roles, responsibilities and capabilities of civil, computer systems, electrical and mechanical engineers.

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    4.      F  08:30AM-9:20AM
      SSB 253
      Brock, J 20

      CRN: 31857
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An introduction to engineering, both as a profession and as a field of study. Introduces students to the roles, responsibilities and capabilities of civil, computer systems, electrical and mechanical engineers.

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    5.     R   02:30PM-3:20PM
      ESH 214
      TBA 10

      CRN: 31858
      Section: 004
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An introduction to engineering, both as a profession and as a field of study. Introduces students to the roles, responsibilities and capabilities of civil, computer systems, electrical and mechanical engineers.

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    An introduction to engineering, both as a profession and as a field of study. Introduces students to the roles, responsibilities and capabilities of civil, computer systems, electrical and mechanical engineers.

  93. A161 Engineering Practices II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   01:00PM-2:15PM
      ENGR 109
      Kupilik, M 0

      CRN: 31859
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Presents the basic skills required of engineers for using computers to solve engineering problems and presenting results in a professional form. Application of computation methods and tools for practicing engineering. Introduction to computer programming and engineering problem solving softwares including visual basic in spreadsheets, Matlab, and Mathcad.

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    3.   T R   05:30PM-6:45PM
      ENGR 109
      Cullin, M 0

      CRN: 31860
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Presents the basic skills required of engineers for using computers to solve engineering problems and presenting results in a professional form. Application of computation methods and tools for practicing engineering. Introduction to computer programming and engineering problem solving softwares including visual basic in spreadsheets, Matlab, and Mathcad.

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    4.   T R   07:00PM-8:15PM
      ENGR 109
      Cullin, M 17

      CRN: 40153
      Section: 004
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Presents the basic skills required of engineers for using computers to solve engineering problems and presenting results in a professional form. Application of computation methods and tools for practicing engineering. Introduction to computer programming and engineering problem solving softwares including visual basic in spreadsheets, Matlab, and Mathcad.

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    Presents the basic skills required of engineers for using computers to solve engineering problems and presenting results in a professional form. Application of computation methods and tools for practicing engineering. Introduction to computer programming and engineering problem solving softwares including visual basic in spreadsheets, Matlab, and Mathcad.

  94. A495 Engineering Internship 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Hoffman, J 0

      CRN: 31861
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Professional work experience designed to provide students with the opportunity to investigate the practical applications of engineering design within engineering organizations. Assignments and projects arranged with cooperating organizations and agencies.
      Registration Restrictions: Instructor permission.

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    Professional work experience designed to provide students with the opportunity to investigate the practical applications of engineering design within engineering organizations. Assignments and projects arranged with cooperating organizations and agencies.
    Registration Restrictions: Instructor permission.

  95. Engineering Science (ES)

  96. Course Number Course Name Credits
  97. A103 Engineering Graphics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    05:30PM-8:10PM
      ENGR 228
      Varney, T 1

      CRN: 31872
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces the fundamentals of engineering graphics and provides training in visualization skills necessary for graphically presenting of engineering ideas using standard drawing techniques and Computer Aided Design (CAD).

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    Introduces the fundamentals of engineering graphics and provides training in visualization skills necessary for graphically presenting of engineering ideas using standard drawing techniques and Computer Aided Design (CAD).

  98. A208 Engr Statics & Dynamics 5.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.     R   08:00AM-9:40AM
      BMH 235
      Hailu, G 31

      CRN: 31873
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Static and dynamic analysis of particles and rigid bodies. Statics topics covered include Newton's laws of motion, Newton's law of gravitational attraction, force and force systems, equilibrium, structural analysis, internal forces, friction, and center of gravity and centroid. Dynamics topics covered include particle and rigid body kinematics and kinetics, force and acceleration, work and energy, impulse and momentum, and vibrations.

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    3.  M W    08:00AM-9:40AM
      BMH 235
      Hailu, G 31

      CRN: 31873
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Static and dynamic analysis of particles and rigid bodies. Statics topics covered include Newton's laws of motion, Newton's law of gravitational attraction, force and force systems, equilibrium, structural analysis, internal forces, friction, and center of gravity and centroid. Dynamics topics covered include particle and rigid body kinematics and kinetics, force and acceleration, work and energy, impulse and momentum, and vibrations.

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    Static and dynamic analysis of particles and rigid bodies. Statics topics covered include Newton's laws of motion, Newton's law of gravitational attraction, force and force systems, equilibrium, structural analysis, internal forces, friction, and center of gravity and centroid. Dynamics topics covered include particle and rigid body kinematics and kinetics, force and acceleration, work and energy, impulse and momentum, and vibrations.

  99. A209 Engineering Statics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    08:30AM-9:45AM
      RH 316
      Dutta, U 6

      CRN: 31874
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Principles and analysis of static force systems, equilibrium, distributed forces, centroids, centers of gravity, moments of inertia, structures, friction, and virtual work.

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    Principles and analysis of static force systems, equilibrium, distributed forces, centroids, centers of gravity, moments of inertia, structures, friction, and virtual work.

  100. A210 Engineering Dynamics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   08:30AM-9:45AM
      RH 211
      Dutta, U 14

      CRN: 31875
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies with applications of Newton's second law and principles of work-energy, impulse-momentum, and vibration.

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    3.  M W    02:30PM-3:45PM
      RH 211
      Lobontiu, N 1

      CRN: 31876
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies with applications of Newton's second law and principles of work-energy, impulse-momentum, and vibration.

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    4.   T     07:00PM-9:45PM
      JKB 108
      Wright Jr, N 19

      CRN: 38671
      Section: P11
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies with applications of Newton's second law and principles of work-energy, impulse-momentum, and vibration.

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    Kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies with applications of Newton's second law and principles of work-energy, impulse-momentum, and vibration.

  101. A302 Engineering Data Analysis 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    11:30AM-12:45PM
      ENGR 228
      Kretchik, G 0

      CRN: 31877
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Analytical and spreadsheet methods appropriate to the solution of engineering problems using the concepts from probability and statistics.

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    3.      F  08:30AM-11:15AM
      ENGR 218
      Dutta, U 20

      CRN: 31878
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Analytical and spreadsheet methods appropriate to the solution of engineering problems using the concepts from probability and statistics.

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    4.   T R   02:30PM-3:45PM
      ENGR 228
      Bham, G 7

      CRN: 31879
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Analytical and spreadsheet methods appropriate to the solution of engineering problems using the concepts from probability and statistics.

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    Analytical and spreadsheet methods appropriate to the solution of engineering problems using the concepts from probability and statistics.

  102. A309 Elements Electrical Engineer 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   04:00PM-5:15PM
      RH 101
      Kupilik, M 35

      CRN: 31880
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Electrical fundamentals: elementary circuit analysis, network theorems, steady state, and transient analysis of DC circuits with resistors and one energy storage device (L or C). Steady state analysis of AC circuits with resistors, capacitors, and inductors using complex number and phasor representation. Power in DC and AC circuits. Transformers, meters, and applications of simple electrical components and circuits.

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    Electrical fundamentals: elementary circuit analysis, network theorems, steady state, and transient analysis of DC circuits with resistors and one energy storage device (L or C). Steady state analysis of AC circuits with resistors, capacitors, and inductors using complex number and phasor representation. Power in DC and AC circuits. Transformers, meters, and applications of simple electrical components and circuits.

  103. A331 Mechanics of Materials 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   08:30AM-9:45AM
      RH 111
      Paris, A 20

      CRN: 31881
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Stress-strain relations, axially loaded and torsional members, review of shear and bending moment diagrams for beams, flexural and shearing stresses, deflections of beams, plane stress, combined stresses, buckling of columns, elementary design of beams and columns.

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    Stress-strain relations, axially loaded and torsional members, review of shear and bending moment diagrams for beams, flexural and shearing stresses, deflections of beams, plane stress, combined stresses, buckling of columns, elementary design of beams and columns.

  104. A341 Fluid Mechanics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      RH 211
      Ravens, T 23

      CRN: 31882
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to physical properties and behavior of fluids. Topics include hydrostatics and dynamics of liquids and gases, dimensional analysis, fluid forces on immersed bodies, pipe flow, fluid machinery, and open channel flow.

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    Introduction to physical properties and behavior of fluids. Topics include hydrostatics and dynamics of liquids and gases, dimensional analysis, fluid forces on immersed bodies, pipe flow, fluid machinery, and open channel flow.

  105. A341L Fluid Mechanics Laboratory 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     06:00PM-8:45PM
      ENGR 104
      Ravens, T 0

      CRN: 31883
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Provides supplemental explanation and practical exercises applying physical properties and behavior of fluids, including hydrostatics, fluid forces, pipe flow, fluid machinery, and open channel flow.

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    3.  M      01:00PM-3:45PM
      ENGR 104
      Ravens, T 5

      CRN: 31884
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Provides supplemental explanation and practical exercises applying physical properties and behavior of fluids, including hydrostatics, fluid forces, pipe flow, fluid machinery, and open channel flow.

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    Provides supplemental explanation and practical exercises applying physical properties and behavior of fluids, including hydrostatics, fluid forces, pipe flow, fluid machinery, and open channel flow.

  106. A346 Intro to Thermodynamics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      RH 211
      Brock, J 23

      CRN: 31885
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Fundamental principles and elementary applications of thermodynamics, including the first and second laws of thermodynamics, and thermodynamic systems, properties, processes and cycles.

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    Fundamental principles and elementary applications of thermodynamics, including the first and second laws of thermodynamics, and thermodynamic systems, properties, processes and cycles.

  107. AC030 Fund of Arctic Engineering 4.5
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Zubeck, H 139

      CRN: 38686
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 02/23-03/06

      Introduces students to a broad spectrum of engineering challenges that are unique to cold regions of the world. Physical principles and practical data collection, analysis, design, and construction methods are discussed. Students gain a working knowledge of cold regions engineering problems and modern solutions.
      Registration Restrictions: Degree in engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, geomatics, or physical science, upper class standing in an undergraduate program in these categories, or instructor permission.

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    Introduces students to a broad spectrum of engineering challenges that are unique to cold regions of the world. Physical principles and practical data collection, analysis, design, and construction methods are discussed. Students gain a working knowledge of cold regions engineering problems and modern solutions.
    Registration Restrictions: Degree in engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, geomatics, or physical science, upper class standing in an undergraduate program in these categories, or instructor permission.

  108. Engineering & Science Mgmt (ESM)

  109. Course Number Course Name Credits
  110. A450 Economic Analysis/Operations 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    04:00PM-5:15PM
      ESH 204
      Jordan, D 2

      CRN: 31896
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Fundamentals of engineering economy, project scheduling, estimating, legal principles, professional ethics, and human relations.
      Special Note: Not offered for credit toward the Master of Science in engineering management or science management. Offered spring semesters.

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    3.  M W    05:30PM-6:45PM
      ESH 209
      Jordan, D 8

      CRN: 31897
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Fundamentals of engineering economy, project scheduling, estimating, legal principles, professional ethics, and human relations.
      Special Note: Not offered for credit toward the Master of Science in engineering management or science management. Offered spring semesters.

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    Fundamentals of engineering economy, project scheduling, estimating, legal principles, professional ethics, and human relations.
    Special Note: Not offered for credit toward the Master of Science in engineering management or science management. Offered spring semesters.

  111. A605 Engineering Economy 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 157
      Wang, S 4

      CRN: 31898
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      The science of fiscal decision making. Graduate level studies in problems of replacement, economic selections, income tax accounting, engineering evaluation and introduction to the problems of depreciation.

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    The science of fiscal decision making. Graduate level studies in problems of replacement, economic selections, income tax accounting, engineering evaluation and introduction to the problems of depreciation.

  112. A610 Cost Estimating 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.    W    05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 157
      Fisher, M 5

      CRN: 31899
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Principles, practices and procedures used in the preparation of engineering cost estimates. Exposition of the basic concepts and steps required to develop engineering type, labor and material based, and parametric cost estimates. Preparation of cost proposals and study of bidding procedures. Students will manage the student project teams, prepare a research paper, and make a class presentation.
      Registration Restrictions: BS degree in engineering or in a physical science or faculty permission.

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    3.    W    05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 157
      Kretchik, G 5

      CRN: 31899
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Principles, practices and procedures used in the preparation of engineering cost estimates. Exposition of the basic concepts and steps required to develop engineering type, labor and material based, and parametric cost estimates. Preparation of cost proposals and study of bidding procedures. Students will manage the student project teams, prepare a research paper, and make a class presentation.
      Registration Restrictions: BS degree in engineering or in a physical science or faculty permission.

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    Principles, practices and procedures used in the preparation of engineering cost estimates. Exposition of the basic concepts and steps required to develop engineering type, labor and material based, and parametric cost estimates. Preparation of cost proposals and study of bidding procedures. Students will manage the student project teams, prepare a research paper, and make a class presentation.
    Registration Restrictions: BS degree in engineering or in a physical science or faculty permission.

  113. A617 Technology Management 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.     R   05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 157
      Wang, S 10

      CRN: 31900
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Issues and case studies of policy development, strategy, planning and management of technology in the overall corporate environment.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing
      Crosslisted with BA A617

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    Issues and case studies of policy development, strategy, planning and management of technology in the overall corporate environment.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing
    Crosslisted with BA A617

  114. A623 Total Quality Management 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M      05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 157
      Kim, S 4

      CRN: 39638
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Brief history of the origins of modern quality management; review of basic tools for continuous quality improvement involving everyone in the organization. The organizational climate for continuous improvement. Survey of statistical tools for continuous quality improvement.

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    3.  M      05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 157
      Wang, S 4

      CRN: 39638
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Brief history of the origins of modern quality management; review of basic tools for continuous quality improvement involving everyone in the organization. The organizational climate for continuous improvement. Survey of statistical tools for continuous quality improvement.

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    4.  M      05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 157
      Williams, P 4

      CRN: 39638
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Brief history of the origins of modern quality management; review of basic tools for continuous quality improvement involving everyone in the organization. The organizational climate for continuous improvement. Survey of statistical tools for continuous quality improvement.

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    Brief history of the origins of modern quality management; review of basic tools for continuous quality improvement involving everyone in the organization. The organizational climate for continuous improvement. Survey of statistical tools for continuous quality improvement.

  115. A684 ESM Project 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 157
      Wang, S 9

      CRN: 31901
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Individual study of an actual engineering or science management problem, resulting in a report which includes recommendations for action.

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    Individual study of an actual engineering or science management problem, resulting in a report which includes recommendations for action.

  116. A699 ESM Thesis 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 157
      Wang, S 10

      CRN: 31902
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

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  117. Geomatics (GEO)

  118. Course Number Course Name Credits
  119. A155 Introduction to Surveying 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Bean, J 26

      CRN: 31933
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Orientation and introduction to field surveying theory and techniques for non-Geomatics majors. Subject areas include distance measurement, leveling, angular measurements, basic traversing, measurement adjustments, fundamentals of mapping, and use and care of surveying instruments.

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    Orientation and introduction to field surveying theory and techniques for non-Geomatics majors. Subject areas include distance measurement, leveling, angular measurements, basic traversing, measurement adjustments, fundamentals of mapping, and use and care of surveying instruments.

  120. A155L Intro to Surveying Lab 0.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.    W    01:00PM-3:50PM
      ETB1 ROOM
      Bean, J 2

      CRN: 31934
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

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    3.      F  10:00AM-12:50PM
      ETB1 ROOM
      Bean, J 12

      CRN: 31935
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

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    4.      F  01:00PM-3:50PM
      ETB1 ROOM
      Bean, J 20

      CRN: 31936
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

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  121. A157 CAD for Surveyors 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    08:00AM-9:50AM
      ENGR 324
      Hollingsworth, J 13

      CRN: 36676
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to the knowledge and skills necessary to create maps and plats using computer-aided drafting. Topics of study include basic drafting principles, drawing setup and scale, drawing commands, digital terrain modeling, and mapping standards and accuracies.

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    Introduction to the knowledge and skills necessary to create maps and plats using computer-aided drafting. Topics of study include basic drafting principles, drawing setup and scale, drawing commands, digital terrain modeling, and mapping standards and accuracies.

  122. A181 Construction Surveying 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.    W    07:00PM-8:00PM
      UC 150
      Lang, J 0

      CRN: 31937
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-02/14

      Basic construction surveying procedures, including staking for roads, buildings and excavations; use of maps, construction plans, datums and co-ordinate systems; machine control systems. The course is predominantly field work.

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    Basic construction surveying procedures, including staking for roads, buildings and excavations; use of maps, construction plans, datums and co-ordinate systems; machine control systems. The course is predominantly field work.

  123. A246 Geomatics Computations II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    08:00AM-9:15AM
      ENGR 228
      Witmer, F 6

      CRN: 36685
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Covers principles and methods of geomatics computations, coordinate transformations, spherical coordinate systems as applied to spherical astronomy and an introduction to the mathematical techniques used in geographic information systems (GIS).

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    Covers principles and methods of geomatics computations, coordinate transformations, spherical coordinate systems as applied to spherical astronomy and an introduction to the mathematical techniques used in geographic information systems (GIS).

  124. A267 Boundary Law I 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      ENGR 228
      Hollingsworth, J 3

      CRN: 36687
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Presents elements of boundary control and legal principles. Course topics include boundary history, ownership, rights, interests, title, transfer, description of real property, the rectangular system, sequential conveyances, simultaneously created boundaries and water boundary elements.

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    Presents elements of boundary control and legal principles. Course topics include boundary history, ownership, rights, interests, title, transfer, description of real property, the rectangular system, sequential conveyances, simultaneously created boundaries and water boundary elements.

  125. A354 City & Regional Planning 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     06:00PM-8:50PM
      ENGR 324
      Beck, C 21

      CRN: 38694
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to fundamentals concepts, including physical planning, transportation, housing, land use, urban development and preservation. Population movement to cities and suburbs; rural depopulation. Regional growth and development. Political and economic development drivers. History, theory and ethics of planning. Virtual environments. GIS and support tools for planning decisions.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing.

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    Introduction to fundamentals concepts, including physical planning, transportation, housing, land use, urban development and preservation. Population movement to cities and suburbs; rural depopulation. Regional growth and development. Political and economic development drivers. History, theory and ethics of planning. Virtual environments. GIS and support tools for planning decisions.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing.

  126. A366 Spatial Data Adjustments II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   02:00PM-3:15PM
      ENGR 324
      Hollingsworth, J 16

      CRN: 36681
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Presents the theory and mechanics of least squares adjustment using the traditional surveying observations of distances, angles, azimuths and elevation differences. Covers post-adjustment analysis through the use of various statistical tests and error ellipse computation and analysis. Examines least squares adjustment and analysis of differential leveling, triangulations, trilateration, traverse and network observations.

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    Presents the theory and mechanics of least squares adjustment using the traditional surveying observations of distances, angles, azimuths and elevation differences. Covers post-adjustment analysis through the use of various statistical tests and error ellipse computation and analysis. Examines least squares adjustment and analysis of differential leveling, triangulations, trilateration, traverse and network observations.

  127. A369 Cadastral Surveys 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   08:00AM-9:15AM
      ENGR 324
      Hollingsworth, J 15

      CRN: 36679
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Discusses the United States Public Land Survey System with emphasis on Alaska: sectionalized land subdivision, corner restoration, resurveys, evidence, sources for legal research, and current BLM procedures and regulations.

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    Discusses the United States Public Land Survey System with emphasis on Alaska: sectionalized land subdivision, corner restoration, resurveys, evidence, sources for legal research, and current BLM procedures and regulations.

  128. A410 Airborne LiDAR Surveying 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:50AM
      ENGR 324
      Gienko, G 11

      CRN: 36677
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces principles of LiDAR airborne surveying, including main elements of imaging systems, principles of data acquisition, and analysis of errors and accuracy of LiDAR data. Outlines methods and techniques of LiDAR data classification.

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    Introduces principles of LiDAR airborne surveying, including main elements of imaging systems, principles of data acquisition, and analysis of errors and accuracy of LiDAR data. Outlines methods and techniques of LiDAR data classification.

  129. A420 HD Spatial Data Analysis 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   10:00AM-11:50AM
      ENGR 324
      Gienko, G 23

      CRN: 36680
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces principles of point cloud data analysis and processing for geomatics operations. Outlines elements of computational geometry and spatial topology.

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    Introduces principles of point cloud data analysis and processing for geomatics operations. Outlines elements of computational geometry and spatial topology.

  130. A457 Boundary Law II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    01:00PM-2:15PM
      ENGR 228
      Hollingsworth, J 23

      CRN: 31938
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Focuses on Alaskan survey history and case law, Alaska statutes and administrative code, writing legal descriptions, and the standards of practice for surveying in Alaska.

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    Focuses on Alaskan survey history and case law, Alaska statutes and administrative code, writing legal descriptions, and the standards of practice for surveying in Alaska.

  131. A460 *Geomatics Capstone Project 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     01:00PM-1:50PM
      ENGR 324
      Bean, J 20

      CRN: 38692
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Utilizes techniques of research, design, data compilation, analysis and mapping learned throughout the geomatics curriculum to complete a geomatics capstone project. Addresses professional standards and ethical concerns for geomatics professionals.
      Registration Restrictions: Completion of GER Tier I (basic college level skills) courses and department approval

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    Utilizes techniques of research, design, data compilation, analysis and mapping learned throughout the geomatics curriculum to complete a geomatics capstone project. Addresses professional standards and ethical concerns for geomatics professionals.
    Registration Restrictions: Completion of GER Tier I (basic college level skills) courses and department approval

  132. Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

  133. Course Number Course Name Credits
  134. A101 Intro to Geographic Info Sys 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Wang, C 15

      CRN: 36682
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces the concepts and practical skills of geographic information systems (GIS). Covers digital representation of geographic objects, data sources, data input and manipulation, map projection and coordinate systems, data management and analysis, and mapping and presentation of geographic information.

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    Introduces the concepts and practical skills of geographic information systems (GIS). Covers digital representation of geographic objects, data sources, data input and manipulation, map projection and coordinate systems, data management and analysis, and mapping and presentation of geographic information.

  135. A101L Intro to GIS Lab 0.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M      10:00AM-11:50AM
      ENGR 218
      Wang, C 25

      CRN: 38695
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

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    3.    W    10:00AM-11:50AM
      ENGR 218
      Wang, C 23

      CRN: 38696
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

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    4.     R   04:00PM-5:50PM
      DISTANCE
      Wang, C 16

      CRN: 38693
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

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  136. A201 Intermediate GIS 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   08:00AM-9:50AM
      ENGR 228
      Wang, C 10

      CRN: 36686
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces theoretical and practical examination of analytical methods used in advanced GIS. Topics include georeferencing, spatial analysis and inference, geospatial database, network analysis, and spatial modeling and visualization.

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    Introduces theoretical and practical examination of analytical methods used in advanced GIS. Topics include georeferencing, spatial analysis and inference, geospatial database, network analysis, and spatial modeling and visualization.

  137. A366 Spatial Analysis 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    12:00PM-1:50PM
      ENGR 324
      Wang, C 18

      CRN: 36678
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces theoretical foundation for, and practical application of, the statistical analysis of spatial data. Topics include characterization of spatial data, techniques for visualizing, exploring and modeling spatial data distributed as point patterns, continuous data, area data, and spatial interaction data.

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    Introduces theoretical foundation for, and practical application of, the statistical analysis of spatial data. Topics include characterization of spatial data, techniques for visualizing, exploring and modeling spatial data distributed as point patterns, continuous data, area data, and spatial interaction data.

  138. Mechanical Engineering (ME)

  139. Course Number Course Name Credits
  140. A280 Solid Modeling for Engineers 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      ENGR 218
      Hoffman, J -1

      CRN: 32382
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      This course is an introduction to the use of solid modeling in engineering. The process of creating solid parts, assemblies, and fabrication-ready drawings in addition to kinematics linkages will be covered. Rapid prototyping technologies such as three dimensional printing will be used as laboratory exercises.

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    This course is an introduction to the use of solid modeling in engineering. The process of creating solid parts, assemblies, and fabrication-ready drawings in addition to kinematics linkages will be covered. Rapid prototyping technologies such as three dimensional printing will be used as laboratory exercises.

  141. A306 Dynamics of Systems 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    08:30AM-9:45AM
      RH 211
      Lobontiu, N 0

      CRN: 32383
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Modeling of mechanical, electrical, fluid and thermal elements and systems. Study of free and forced response by the Laplace transform, transfer function and state space models. Time domain and frequency domain responses. Coupled systems, system analogy, sensing and actuation principles.
      Crosslisted with: EE A306

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    Modeling of mechanical, electrical, fluid and thermal elements and systems. Study of free and forced response by the Laplace transform, transfer function and state space models. Time domain and frequency domain responses. Coupled systems, system analogy, sensing and actuation principles.
    Crosslisted with: EE A306

  142. A308 Instrumentation & Measurement 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    02:30PM-3:45PM
      RH 111
      Petersen, T 0

      CRN: 32384
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Principles of measurement, instrumentation, Laplace transform, Fourier series, transfer function, steady-state response, calibration, and errors. Signal filtering and amplification, data acquisition, recording, and processing. Methods and devices for measuring strain, force, torque, displacement, velocity, acceleration, pressure, fluid flow properties, and temperature. Mechatronics, sensors, actuators, and controls.
      Crosslisted with EE A308.

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    Principles of measurement, instrumentation, Laplace transform, Fourier series, transfer function, steady-state response, calibration, and errors. Signal filtering and amplification, data acquisition, recording, and processing. Methods and devices for measuring strain, force, torque, displacement, velocity, acceleration, pressure, fluid flow properties, and temperature. Mechatronics, sensors, actuators, and controls.
    Crosslisted with EE A308.

  143. A313 Mechanical Engr Thermodynamics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   01:00PM-2:15PM
      RH 101
      Lu, G 0

      CRN: 32385
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Investigation and design of power and refrigeration cycles (Rankine, Brayton, Otto, and Diesel), compressible flow (isentropic, shock waves, and flow in ducts with friction), and combustion and gas vapor mixtures.

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    Investigation and design of power and refrigeration cycles (Rankine, Brayton, Otto, and Diesel), compressible flow (isentropic, shock waves, and flow in ducts with friction), and combustion and gas vapor mixtures.

  144. A334 Materials Science 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   11:30AM-12:45PM
      RH 220
      Paris, A 1

      CRN: 39820
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Study and investigate the processing, structures, properties and performance of materials including metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites. Materials design and selection for engineering applications.

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    Study and investigate the processing, structures, properties and performance of materials including metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites. Materials design and selection for engineering applications.

  145. A334L Materials Science Laboratory 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     01:15PM-3:45PM
      ENGR 105
      Paris, A 7

      CRN: 32387
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Provides laboratory instruction and experience in the structures, processing, properties, and performance of materials.

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    3.   T     04:00PM-6:30PM
      ENGR 105
      Paris, A 1

      CRN: 39815
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Provides laboratory instruction and experience in the structures, processing, properties, and performance of materials.

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    4.     R   01:15PM-3:45PM
      ENGR 105
      Paris, A 5

      CRN: 32389
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Provides laboratory instruction and experience in the structures, processing, properties, and performance of materials.

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    5.     R   04:00PM-6:30PM
      ENGR 105
      Paris, A 0

      CRN: 39814
      Section: 004
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Provides laboratory instruction and experience in the structures, processing, properties, and performance of materials.

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    Provides laboratory instruction and experience in the structures, processing, properties, and performance of materials.

  146. A403 Machine Design 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      ENGR 228
      Hoffman, J 0

      CRN: 32391
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Design and analysis of machines by analytical, experimental and computer methods. Identification of requirements and conceptual design of mechanical systems, detailed design of components, strength, life, reliability, and cost analysis.

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    3.  M W    02:30PM-3:45PM
      ENGR 228
      Hoffman, J 30

      CRN: 39920
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Design and analysis of machines by analytical, experimental and computer methods. Identification of requirements and conceptual design of mechanical systems, detailed design of components, strength, life, reliability, and cost analysis.

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    Design and analysis of machines by analytical, experimental and computer methods. Identification of requirements and conceptual design of mechanical systems, detailed design of components, strength, life, reliability, and cost analysis.

  147. A438 *Design Mechanical Engr System 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  01:00PM-3:45PM
      ENGR 228
      Peng, J 26

      CRN: 32392
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Capstone course in which mechanical engineering students design a mechanical engineering component or system starting with the initial design specification to the implementation and testing. Students apply knowledge and skills learned in their undergraduate curriculum.
      Registration Restrictions: Student must be in senior year of BSE degree program or obtain faculty permission. Completion of GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses.

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    Capstone course in which mechanical engineering students design a mechanical engineering component or system starting with the initial design specification to the implementation and testing. Students apply knowledge and skills learned in their undergraduate curriculum.
    Registration Restrictions: Student must be in senior year of BSE degree program or obtain faculty permission. Completion of GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses.

  148. A442 Advanced Fluid Mechanics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    01:00PM-2:15PM
      BMH 235
      Brock, J 1

      CRN: 32393
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Advanced topics in fluid mechanics, including derivation of flow equations, ideal fluid flows, incompressible viscous flows and compressible inviscid flows.
      Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed ME A642.
      May be stacked with: ME A642

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    Advanced topics in fluid mechanics, including derivation of flow equations, ideal fluid flows, incompressible viscous flows and compressible inviscid flows.
    Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed ME A642.
    May be stacked with: ME A642

  149. A453 Renewable Energy Systems Engr 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    11:30AM-12:45PM
      ENGR 109
      Peng, J 3

      CRN: 32394
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      The study and design of renewable energy systems from a technical engineering standpoint. Solar, hydrokinetic, conventional hydroelectric, wind, geothermal, and biological energy systems will be examined. Additional topics include feasibility analysis and energy storage techniques.
      Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed ME A653.
      May be stacked with: ME A653

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    The study and design of renewable energy systems from a technical engineering standpoint. Solar, hydrokinetic, conventional hydroelectric, wind, geothermal, and biological energy systems will be examined. Additional topics include feasibility analysis and energy storage techniques.
    Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed ME A653.
    May be stacked with: ME A653

  150. A455 HVAC Systems Optimization 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.     R   04:00PM-4:50PM
      ENGR 111
      Hailu, G 19

      CRN: 39813
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Design of thermal and heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems with emphasis on economic considerations and optimization. Concepts of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer will be integrated under a design framework. A semester long project is conducted to design a thermal system, perform system simulations, and to optimize the design based on economic and technical considerations.
      Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed ME A655.
      May be stacked with: ME A655

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    3.   T     04:00PM-6:20PM
      ENGR 111
      Hailu, G 19

      CRN: 39813
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Design of thermal and heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems with emphasis on economic considerations and optimization. Concepts of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer will be integrated under a design framework. A semester long project is conducted to design a thermal system, perform system simulations, and to optimize the design based on economic and technical considerations.
      Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed ME A655.
      May be stacked with: ME A655

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    Design of thermal and heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems with emphasis on economic considerations and optimization. Concepts of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer will be integrated under a design framework. A semester long project is conducted to design a thermal system, perform system simulations, and to optimize the design based on economic and technical considerations.
    Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed ME A655.
    May be stacked with: ME A655

  151. A494G Combustion 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   04:00PM-5:15PM
      ENGR 342
      Lu, G 9

      CRN: 38690
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to combustion, with topics including thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, conservation equations for multicomponent reacting systems, laminar flames, turbulent flames and environmental issues.
      May be stacked with: ME A694G

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    Introduction to combustion, with topics including thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, conservation equations for multicomponent reacting systems, laminar flames, turbulent flames and environmental issues.
    May be stacked with: ME A694G

  152. A642 Advanced Fluid Mechanics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    01:00PM-2:15PM
      BMH 235
      Brock, J 14

      CRN: 32396
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Advanced topics in fluid mechanics, including derivation of flow equations, ideal fluid flows, incompressible viscous flows and compressible inviscid flows.
      Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed ME A442.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing or instructor permission.
      May be stacked with: ME A442

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    Advanced topics in fluid mechanics, including derivation of flow equations, ideal fluid flows, incompressible viscous flows and compressible inviscid flows.
    Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed ME A442.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing or instructor permission.
    May be stacked with: ME A442

  153. A653 Renewable Energy Systems Engr 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    11:30AM-12:45PM
      ENGR 109
      Peng, J 7

      CRN: 32397
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      The study and design of renewable energy systems from a technical engineering standpoint. Solar, hydrokinetic, conventional hydroelectric, wind, geothermal, and biological energy systems will be examined. Additional topics include feasibility analysis and energy storage techniques.
      Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed ME A453.
      May be stacked with: ME A453

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    The study and design of renewable energy systems from a technical engineering standpoint. Solar, hydrokinetic, conventional hydroelectric, wind, geothermal, and biological energy systems will be examined. Additional topics include feasibility analysis and energy storage techniques.
    Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed ME A453.
    May be stacked with: ME A453

  154. A694G Combustion 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   04:00PM-5:15PM
      ENGR 342
      Lu, G 8

      CRN: 38691
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduction to combustion, with topics including thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, conservation equations for multicomponent reacting systems, laminar flames, turbulent flames and environmental issues.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing or instructor permission
      May be stacked with: ME A494G

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    Introduction to combustion, with topics including thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, conservation equations for multicomponent reacting systems, laminar flames, turbulent flames and environmental issues.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing or instructor permission
    May be stacked with: ME A494G

  155. A699 Thesis 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR ARR
      Peng, J 1

      CRN: 40332
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Individual study of an advanced engineering problem resulting in a thesis.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing and instructor permission

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    Individual study of an advanced engineering problem resulting in a thesis.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing and instructor permission

  156. Project Management (PM)

  157. Course Number Course Name Credits
  158. A590 Project Mgmt Selected Topics 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   TW    08:30AM-4:30PM
      UC 155C
      Hull, R 3

      CRN: 39753
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/06-01/07
      Section Title: Project Managers Using MSP '13

      Current issues and topics related to project management including, but not limited to, project management professional certification preparation, Microsoft project software training, successful project management, senior project management, technical project management and managing project managers.

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    3.     RF  08:30AM-4:30PM
      UC 155C
      Hull, R 25

      CRN: 39758
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/08-01/09
      Section Title: Project Controls

      Current issues and topics related to project management including, but not limited to, project management professional certification preparation, Microsoft project software training, successful project management, senior project management, technical project management and managing project managers.

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    4.  MTW    08:30AM-4:30PM
      UC 155C
      Hull, R 20

      CRN: 40285
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 02/09-02/11
      Section Title: Project Controls for ASRC

      Current issues and topics related to project management including, but not limited to, project management professional certification preparation, Microsoft project software training, successful project management, senior project management, technical project management and managing project managers.

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    5.  MTW    08:30AM-4:30PM
      UC 155C
      Piccard, L 20

      CRN: 40285
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 02/09-02/11
      Section Title: Project Controls for ASRC

      Current issues and topics related to project management including, but not limited to, project management professional certification preparation, Microsoft project software training, successful project management, senior project management, technical project management and managing project managers.

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    Current issues and topics related to project management including, but not limited to, project management professional certification preparation, Microsoft project software training, successful project management, senior project management, technical project management and managing project managers.

  159. A601 Project Mgmt Fundamentals 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.    W    05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 155C
      Piccard, L 14

      CRN: 33099
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Fundamental concepts of project process, stakeholders and organization environment necessary for successful project management. Team-based term projects will be developed, discussed, and presented. Major project management software will be introduced.
      Special Note: It is highly recommended that PM A601 be taken in the first semester.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing.

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    3.    W    05:30PM-9:00PM
      DISTANCE
      Piccard, L 7

      CRN: 33100
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Fundamental concepts of project process, stakeholders and organization environment necessary for successful project management. Team-based term projects will be developed, discussed, and presented. Major project management software will be introduced.
      Special Note: It is highly recommended that PM A601 be taken in the first semester.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing.

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    Fundamental concepts of project process, stakeholders and organization environment necessary for successful project management. Team-based term projects will be developed, discussed, and presented. Major project management software will be introduced.
    Special Note: It is highly recommended that PM A601 be taken in the first semester.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing.

  160. A602 Application of PM Processes 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.     R   05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 155C
      Hull, R 17

      CRN: 33101
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Application of project management processes from project inception through closeout. Integration of project management processes in all nine Knowledge Areas through use of hands-on, end-to-end project case studies. Demonstrates mastery of project leadership, project requirements definition, stakeholder management, change control, schedule management, risk management, professional responsibility, effective communication and teamwork.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    3.     R   05:30PM-9:00PM
      DISTANCE
      Hull, R 9

      CRN: 33102
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Application of project management processes from project inception through closeout. Integration of project management processes in all nine Knowledge Areas through use of hands-on, end-to-end project case studies. Demonstrates mastery of project leadership, project requirements definition, stakeholder management, change control, schedule management, risk management, professional responsibility, effective communication and teamwork.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    Application of project management processes from project inception through closeout. Integration of project management processes in all nine Knowledge Areas through use of hands-on, end-to-end project case studies. Demonstrates mastery of project leadership, project requirements definition, stakeholder management, change control, schedule management, risk management, professional responsibility, effective communication and teamwork.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

  161. A603 Project Initiation & Planning 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.    W    05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 153
      Hull, R 7

      CRN: 33103
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Explore in depth Project Management (PM) Knowledge Areas, tools and techniques, and the necessary considerations when initiating and planning complex projects. Introduce tools, methods and critical issues associated with the initiation and planning of a project management plan. Students will function in teams and will be challenged with preparing and planning projects with real-world relevance.
      Registration Restrictions: PM Department approval and graduate level standing.

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    3.    W    05:30PM-9:00PM
      DISTANCE
      Hull, R 7

      CRN: 33104
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Explore in depth Project Management (PM) Knowledge Areas, tools and techniques, and the necessary considerations when initiating and planning complex projects. Introduce tools, methods and critical issues associated with the initiation and planning of a project management plan. Students will function in teams and will be challenged with preparing and planning projects with real-world relevance.
      Registration Restrictions: PM Department approval and graduate level standing.

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    Explore in depth Project Management (PM) Knowledge Areas, tools and techniques, and the necessary considerations when initiating and planning complex projects. Introduce tools, methods and critical issues associated with the initiation and planning of a project management plan. Students will function in teams and will be challenged with preparing and planning projects with real-world relevance.
    Registration Restrictions: PM Department approval and graduate level standing.

  162. A604 Project Execute, Monitor, Ctrl 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M      05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 155C
      Hull, R 20

      CRN: 33105
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Explore in depth Project Management (PM) Knowledge Areas, tools and techniques, and the necessary considerations when in the executing, monitoring and controlling phases of basic and complex projects. Introduce tools, methods and critical issues associated with the execution, monitoring and controlling of a project management plan. Students will function as teams and will be challenged with monitoring and controlling projects with real world relevance.
      Registration Restrictions: PM Department approval and graduate level standing.

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    3.  M      05:30PM-9:00PM
      DISTANCE
      Hull, R 8

      CRN: 33106
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Explore in depth Project Management (PM) Knowledge Areas, tools and techniques, and the necessary considerations when in the executing, monitoring and controlling phases of basic and complex projects. Introduce tools, methods and critical issues associated with the execution, monitoring and controlling of a project management plan. Students will function as teams and will be challenged with monitoring and controlling projects with real world relevance.
      Registration Restrictions: PM Department approval and graduate level standing.

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    Explore in depth Project Management (PM) Knowledge Areas, tools and techniques, and the necessary considerations when in the executing, monitoring and controlling phases of basic and complex projects. Introduce tools, methods and critical issues associated with the execution, monitoring and controlling of a project management plan. Students will function as teams and will be challenged with monitoring and controlling projects with real world relevance.
    Registration Restrictions: PM Department approval and graduate level standing.

  163. A605 Ops Integration & Proj Closure 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 155C
      Hull, R 18

      CRN: 33107
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Explore in depth Project Management (PM) Knowledge Areas, tools and techniques, and the necessary considerations for operational integration and closure processes of complex projects. Introduce tools, methods and critical issues associated with the operation integration and closure processes of completing a project management plan. Students will function in teams and will be challenged with re-prioritizations and re-assignments projects across various industries with real-world relevance.
      Registration Restrictions: PM Department approval and graduate level standing.

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    3.   T     05:30PM-9:00PM
      DISTANCE
      Hull, R 7

      CRN: 33108
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Explore in depth Project Management (PM) Knowledge Areas, tools and techniques, and the necessary considerations for operational integration and closure processes of complex projects. Introduce tools, methods and critical issues associated with the operation integration and closure processes of completing a project management plan. Students will function in teams and will be challenged with re-prioritizations and re-assignments projects across various industries with real-world relevance.
      Registration Restrictions: PM Department approval and graduate level standing.

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    Explore in depth Project Management (PM) Knowledge Areas, tools and techniques, and the necessary considerations for operational integration and closure processes of complex projects. Introduce tools, methods and critical issues associated with the operation integration and closure processes of completing a project management plan. Students will function in teams and will be challenged with re-prioritizations and re-assignments projects across various industries with real-world relevance.
    Registration Restrictions: PM Department approval and graduate level standing.

  164. A686A Capstone: Initiating/Planning 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Piccard, L 22

      CRN: 33111
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 03/27-03/27

      Initiating, planning and research component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Demonstrates mastery of project management principles, processes, tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    3.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Kim, S 22

      CRN: 33111
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 02/27-02/27

      Initiating, planning and research component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Demonstrates mastery of project management principles, processes, tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    4.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Piccard, L 22

      CRN: 33111
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 02/27-02/27

      Initiating, planning and research component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Demonstrates mastery of project management principles, processes, tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    5.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Hull, R 22

      CRN: 33111
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 02/06-02/06

      Initiating, planning and research component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Demonstrates mastery of project management principles, processes, tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    6.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Hull, R 22

      CRN: 33111
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 03/27-03/27

      Initiating, planning and research component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Demonstrates mastery of project management principles, processes, tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    7.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Kim, S 22

      CRN: 33111
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 02/06-02/06

      Initiating, planning and research component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Demonstrates mastery of project management principles, processes, tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    8.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Hull, R 22

      CRN: 33111
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 02/27-02/27

      Initiating, planning and research component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Demonstrates mastery of project management principles, processes, tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    9.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Piccard, L 22

      CRN: 33111
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 02/06-02/06

      Initiating, planning and research component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Demonstrates mastery of project management principles, processes, tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    10.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Kim, S 22

      CRN: 33111
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 03/27-03/27

      Initiating, planning and research component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Demonstrates mastery of project management principles, processes, tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    11.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      DISTANCE
      Hull, R 10

      CRN: 33112
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Initiating, planning and research component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Demonstrates mastery of project management principles, processes, tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    12.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      DISTANCE
      Piccard, L 10

      CRN: 33112
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Initiating, planning and research component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Demonstrates mastery of project management principles, processes, tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    13.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      DISTANCE
      Kim, S 10

      CRN: 33112
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Initiating, planning and research component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Demonstrates mastery of project management principles, processes, tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    Initiating, planning and research component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Demonstrates mastery of project management principles, processes, tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

  165. A686B Capstone: Execute/Cntrl/Close 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Piccard, L 20

      CRN: 33113
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 04/03-04/03

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    3.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Kim, S 20

      CRN: 33113
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 04/03-04/03

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    4.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Hull, R 20

      CRN: 33113
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 03/06-03/06

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    5.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Piccard, L 20

      CRN: 33113
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 02/13-02/13

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    6.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Hull, R 20

      CRN: 33113
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/23-01/23

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    7.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Kim, S 20

      CRN: 33113
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/23-01/23

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    8.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Kim, S 20

      CRN: 33113
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 03/06-03/06

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    9.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Hull, R 20

      CRN: 33113
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 04/03-04/03

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    10.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Piccard, L 20

      CRN: 33113
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 03/06-03/06

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    11.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Piccard, L 20

      CRN: 33113
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/23-01/23

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    12.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Hull, R 20

      CRN: 33113
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 02/13-02/13

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    13.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      UC 155C
      Kim, S 20

      CRN: 33113
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 02/13-02/13

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    14.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      DISTANCE
      Hull, R 9

      CRN: 33114
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    15.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      DISTANCE
      Piccard, L 9

      CRN: 33114
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    16.      F  03:30PM-5:30PM
      DISTANCE
      Kim, S 9

      CRN: 33114
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

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    Executing, controlling and closing component of a sponsored, student-selected and faculty-approved capstone project undertaken to research and/or contribute new concepts, tools and capabilities to address relevant project management challenges. Course results will demonstrate mastery of project management principles, processes, and tools/techniques and cumulative knowledge gained from prior coursework as specifically applied to project initiating and planning processes.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and PM Department approval

  166. A690 Selected Topics in PM 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M      05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 153
      Donson, P 21

      CRN: 40066
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02
      Section Title: Advanced Leadership

      Exploration of advanced issues, unique areas and specialized topics related to project management.
      Registration Restrictions: Admission to the MSPM program or ESPM Department approval.
      Special Note: May be repeated with a change in subtitle.

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    3.  M      05:30PM-9:00PM
      DISTANCE
      Donson, P 22

      CRN: 40073
      Section: 251
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02
      Section Title: Advanced Leadership

      Exploration of advanced issues, unique areas and specialized topics related to project management.
      Registration Restrictions: Admission to the MSPM program or ESPM Department approval.
      Special Note: May be repeated with a change in subtitle.

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    Exploration of advanced issues, unique areas and specialized topics related to project management.
    Registration Restrictions: Admission to the MSPM program or ESPM Department approval.
    Special Note: May be repeated with a change in subtitle.

  167. A694U PM Application Tools 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 153
      Kim, S 16

      CRN: 38630
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Explore the application tools widely used in project management areas and learn how to utilize them with ease.
      Registration Restrictions: ESPM Department approval

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    3.   T     05:30PM-9:00PM
      DISTANCE
      Kim, S 8

      CRN: 38633
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Explore the application tools widely used in project management areas and learn how to utilize them with ease.
      Registration Restrictions: ESPM Department approval

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    Explore the application tools widely used in project management areas and learn how to utilize them with ease.
    Registration Restrictions: ESPM Department approval

  168. A694V Org Project Maturity & Improve 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.     R   05:30PM-9:00PM
      UC 153
      Bates, J 20

      CRN: 38634
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      This course will explore the application of the project management maturity model concept to the assessment and improvement of organizational project management performance.
      Registration Restrictions: PM department approval and graduate level standing.

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    3.     R   05:30PM-9:00PM
      DISTANCE
      Bates, J 9

      CRN: 38635
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      This course will explore the application of the project management maturity model concept to the assessment and improvement of organizational project management performance.
      Registration Restrictions: PM department approval and graduate level standing.

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    This course will explore the application of the project management maturity model concept to the assessment and improvement of organizational project management performance.
    Registration Restrictions: PM department approval and graduate level standing.

  169. A695 PM Internship 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Hull, R 3

      CRN: 33115
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Provides students with opportunities to practice project management skills in a professional environment. Professional work experience designed to provide students with the opportunity to investigate practical applications of project management tools and techniques within an organization. Assignments and projects arranged with cooperating organizations and agencies.
      Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and ESPM Department approval

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    Provides students with opportunities to practice project management skills in a professional environment. Professional work experience designed to provide students with the opportunity to investigate practical applications of project management tools and techniques within an organization. Assignments and projects arranged with cooperating organizations and agencies.
    Registration Restrictions: Graduate level standing and ESPM Department approval

  170. A698 Individual Research 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR ARR
      Hull, R 3

      CRN: 40211
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      A project to be designed between the student and faculty members to allow the opportunity to pursue special advanced interests in project management at the M.S. level.
      Registration Restrictions: Instructor approval.

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    A project to be designed between the student and faculty members to allow the opportunity to pursue special advanced interests in project management at the M.S. level.
    Registration Restrictions: Instructor approval.

* - Course meets a GER requirement