Graduate Certificate, Earthquake Engineering
The UAA School of Engineering offers a sequence of courses leading to a Graduate Certificate in Earthquake Engineering. This certificate program is intended to provide specialized education to enhance the theoretical knowledge and practical skills of civil engineers to deal with earthquake resistant structural design. Upon completion of the certificate program, students will have specialized knowledge and skills applicable to various aspects of earthquake engineering issues.
Upon the completion of this certificate, students will be able to:
Admission Requirements and Related Graduate Certificate Policies
See the beginning of this chapter for Graduate Certificates University Requirements. Admission to the Earthquake Engineering Graduate Certificate program requires that a student must have earned a Bachelor of Science in an engineering discipline from an ABET, Inc., accredited institution in the United States or a foreign equivalent.
See the beginning of this chapter for Graduate Certificates University Requirements.
Complete the following requirements (15 credits):
Utpal Dutta, Associate Professor, firstname.lastname@example.org
He Liu, Professor, email@example.com
T. Bart Quimby, Professor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Zhaohui Yang, Assistant Professor, email@example.com