May 26, 2022  
2020-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2022 Undergraduate Catalog
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CEGR 307 - Computer Methods and Programming for Civil Engineering


2 Credits
2 lecture hours. 2 lab hours.

This course will introduce and reinforce computer methods and programming in Civil Engineering Analysis and Design. Overview of basic linear algebra, relevant numerical analysis algorithms, basic algorithm development and programming; types of variables, objects and classes, conversion of mathematical equations to objects and classes, and generation of corresponding software. Application of Spreadsheet and Computational-Math software to routine analysis and design; development of e-books in writing technical reports. Further exposure to general purpose CAD, Modeling and Analysis software. Examples will draw from diverse sub disciplines within Civil Engineering.

Prerequisite(s) CEGR 107   and  MATH 243  and  MATH 340  completed with grades of “C” or higher
Co-Requisite(s) PHYS 206   and PHYS 206L  
Offered (FALL/SPRING)



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