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CEGR3201 ­ Systems and Design (Required) Course CEGR3201 Catalog Data Systems engineering techniques applied to civil engineering problems emphasizing methodological considerations, evaluating alternatives and developing engineering plans carried out by small groups of students. Credit Hours 3 Most Recently Offered Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 References Required Textbooks: All course materials from previous courses, especially those from CEGR 3122, CEGR 3141, CEGR 3143, CEGR 3161 and CEGR 3278 (structures, environmental, hydraulics/hydrology, transportation and geotech). Goals 1. Design a Civil Engineering system for a problem that is not completely defined, and often multi­disciplinary, using and applying engineering design principles and applicable engineering standards and codes, while challenged with multiple constraints; 2. Emphasize teamwork, leadership, and constructive peer evaluation; 3. Discuss issues regarding sustainability, ethics, and professional responsibility; 4. Incorporate aspect of sustainability in their design; 5. Require students to interact and seek feedback or input from the local design community; 6. Expose students to current engineering design codes, guidelines, and other regulatory requirements; 7. Improves students’ abilities to make decisions by deepening their understanding of decision theory; 8. Introduce students to the elements of engineering design specifications and allow them to utilize their engineering drafting skills (automated and manual); 9. Prepare design proposals, project budgets, progressreports, and final reports; 10. Communicate (orally and in writing) about various aspects of their projects, and to
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