CEE 9500 Course Outline

CEE 9500 Course Outline - Western University Faculty of...

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Western University - Faculty of Engineering Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering CEE 9500 M.Eng. Engineering Project Course Outline Summer 2015 to Summer 2016 Objectives: The objective of the course is to provide the student with an opportunity to work on an engineering problem in some depth under the individual supervision of a faculty member. The student will carry out analytical and/or experimental work and prepare a detailed engineering report. The results of the project must be presented in a public lecture. Projects may be assigned in consultation with the candida te’ s employer if applicable. Prerequisites: Enrolment in the M.Eng. program, and completion of a minimum of three graduate-level technical courses offered by the Faculty of Engineering with an overall average of at least 75%. The approval of the Graduate Chair or their representative is also required. Corequisites: Continuous registration must be maintained in CEE 9500 for a minimum of two consecutive terms. Antirequistes: A student who fails CEE 9500 will not be permitted to repeat the course. Note: It is the student's responsibility to ensure that all Prerequisite and Corequisite conditions are met or that special permission to waive these requirements has been granted by the Department. It is also the student's responsibility to ensure that they have not taken a course listed as an Antirequisite. The student may be dropped from the course or not given credit for the course towards their degree at any time if they violate the Prerequisite, Corequisite or Antirequisite conditions. Faculty Advisor: It is the student's responsibility to ensure that they have a Faculty Advisor(s). At least one Faculty Advisor must be a faculty member in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The latter requirement may be waived with the approval of the Graduate Chair or their representative, provided the proposed advisor is a faculty member in the Faculty of Engineering. Contact Hours: By arrangement with the Faculty Advisor Course Coordinator: Ayman El Ansary, PhD, PEng, M.Eng. Program Coordinator, SEB 3090, email:[email protected] Administrative Support Kristen Edward, Graduate Program Coordinator, SEB 3009, email: [email protected]
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Laboratory Access and Safety Information: If a project requires the use of a Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering laboratory the student must complete a Laboratory Access and Safety Orientation form with their Faculty Advisor. Faculty Advisors
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