Structural Engineering and Mechanics Requirements
A minimum of 30 credits consisting of 12 required credits given in list I, plus either a zero credit report, a 3-credit project or a 6-credit thesis from list II. The remainder of the credits must be taken from list III.
I. Required Courses (12 credits):
1. CE H1000 Analytical Methods in Civil Engineering
2. CE I1700 Finite Element Methods in Engineering
3. CE I3000 Structural Dynamics
4. CE I3500 Applied Elasticity & Plasticity
II. Choose one (0 to 6 credits):
1. CE I9700 Report (0 credit)
2. CE I9800 Project (3 credits)
3. CE I9900 Research for the Master’s Thesis (6 credits)
III. Electives (12 to 18 credits):
1. CE 53000 Advanced Strength of Materials
2. CE 55000 Advanced Reinforced Concrete
3. CE 59000 Foundation Engineering
4. CE H5100 Pre-stressed Concrete
5. CE H5200 Bridge Engineering
6. CE H5300 Advanced Structural Design
7. CE H5700 Condition Assessment and Rehabilitation of Structures
8. CE H9000 Advanced Foundation Engineering
9. CE I1900 Advanced Finite Elements
10. CE I3600 Fracture Mechanics
11. CE I3800 Plates and Shells
12. CE I5400 Linear and Nonlinear Analysis of Structures
13. CE I5500 Stability of Structures
14. CE I5600 Earthquake Engineering
15. CE I5800 Structural Reliability
16. CE I9100 Soil Dynamics
17. CE I9200 Advanced Soil Mechanics
18. ENGR I1100 Introduction to Engineering Analysis
19. ENGR I1400 Applied Partial Differential Equations
20. ENGR I2000 Random Processes in Engineering Mechanics
21. ENGR I5200 Behavior of Inelastic Bodies and Structures
22. ENGR I6400 Wave Propagation in Fluids and Solids
23. ENGR J4000 Perturbation Techniques
24. ENGR J5000 Theory of Elasticity
25. ME G4200 Continuum Mechanics
1. Any Deviations from the above list must be pre-approved in writing by the Structures Graduate Committee.
2. A maximum transfer of 6 credits from list III is allowed subject to the approval of the Graduate Advisor and the Dean. Transfer credits should not have been used toward a degree and should have been taken before the student enrolled at CCNY.
3. All Graduate students are expected to be proficient in computer usage and programming. Those who are not adequately prepared must take CE 335 or CSC 301 for no credit.
4. To enroll in the 3-credit project, CE5798, the student must have completed at least 12 credits from the approved list and must have a GPA of 3.25 or higher. The student must select a mentor before he/she is allowed to register. A formal report reviewed by at least 2 full-time faculty members is required.
5. To enroll in the 6-credit thesis, CE 5799, the student must have completed at least 12 credits from the approved list and must have a GPA of 3.40 or higher. The student must select a mentor before he/she is allowed to register. A formal report and a presentation to the whole CE Department are required.
6. 500 level courses are available for both graduate and undergraduate students. Graduate students can take only up to two (2) such courses for credit and only if they score a B or better.