Masters of Science in Engineering: Concentration in Civil Engineering
Dr. Ignatius Fomunung, Graduate Coordinator
(423) 425-2005 or email at Ignatius-Fomunung@utc.edu
Natchez Trace Bridge south of Nashville
- MATH 515—Applied Mathematics for Science and Engineering I (3)
- MATH 516—Applied Mathematics for Science and Engineering II (3)
- MATH 565—Numerical Analysis I (3)
- MATH 566—Numerical Analysis II (3)
*With approval of the graduate adviser, students can take an equivalent course in this area.
Electives selected from: 6 hours
- ENME 445**—Mechanical Vibrations (3)
- ENME 446**—Advanced Mechanics of Materials (3)
- ENME 440**—Advanced Fluid Dynamics (3)
**Must be taken for graduate credit. With approval of the graduate adviser, students can take maximum 9 hrs. of 400-level courses for graduate credit.
Specialty: 12-16 hours
- ENGR 542— Finite Element Analysis & Design (4)
- ENGR 558— Advanced Engineering Economy (3)
- ENGR 560— Statically Indeterminate Structures (4)
- ENGR 564—Advanced Structural Analysis & Design (4)
Research:*** 6 hours
- ENGR 599r—Thesis (6)
Total: 30 Semester Hours
***With approval of the Engineering Graduate Committee, students may substitute six hours of approved 500-level courses plus Engineering 590 Engineering Project (3) for Engineering 599r Thesis (6).