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Unformatted text preview: VIRGINIA TECH D EPARTMENT OF C IVIL AND E NVIRONMENTAL E NGINEERING CEE 3434 Design of Steel Structures I Spring Semester 2007 Updated 1/17/08 Instructor: Vickie Mouras Office: 90 Sterrett Facilities Complex Phone: 231-4966 e-mail email@example.com Office Hours: By appointment. Teaching Assistant: Nick Comforter Office: 309E Patton e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Office Hours: M & W: 11:05-12:05 1. PREREQUISITES: ESM 2004, CEE 3404 (grade of C- or better) (You must have taken and passed 3404 prior to this semester) 2. REQUIRED TEXTS: Unified Design of Steel Structures, Louis F. Geschwindner Manual of Steel Construction , AISC, Thirteenth Edition Course Notes, W. S. Easterling (on Blackboard course page) 3. GRADING: 1 5 % Homework & Quizzes (drop the lowest 3 scores) 15 % Project (85% – written, 15% oral) 45% Exams (2) 25% Final Exam Grading Scale A 92-100% C 72-76% A- 89-91% C- 69-71% B+ 87-88% D+ 67-68% B 82-86% D 62-66% B- 79-81% D- 59-61% C+ 77-78% F less than 59% 4. HOMEWORK: All homework is due at the beginning of the class on the assigned date. Late homework will not be accepted. See "Guidelines for Preparation of Homework" for further requirements. 5. HONOR CODE: The Virginia Tech Honor Code applies to all work in this class, including homework, project and examinations. When written work is submitted for grading, it is implied that the work is the sole effort of the person, or persons, whose...
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