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Summer Online Course Offerings

The Civil Engineering Department is now offering online courses during Summer Sessions I, II and Summer Long. Students from universities other than Clemson can also take online classes as transient students and transfer the credits to their home institution.
Transient students can download our Getting Started Packet for information on registration and payment information. University's Academic Integrity Statement can be read here.

The following civil engineering courses are available on-line for summer sessions. All courses are administered through CANVAS.

2017 Summer Sessions (Complete Information Coming Soon)

CE 2010 Statics 3 (3) — Forces and force systems and their external effect on bodies, principally the condition of equilibrium. The techniques of vector mathematics are employed, and the rigor of physical analysis is emphasized. Preq: PHYS 1220 with a C or above; 
Preq or concurrent enrollment: ENGR 1070 and MATH 2060.

CE 2060 StStructural Mechanics 4 (3)  Builds on statics to develop relationships between external loads on structural elements of civil engineering interest and the resulting internal loads and deformations. Students are exposed to the development of stress and deformation formulas and the identification and use of significant mechanical properties of civil engineering materials. Preq: CE 2010 and ENGR 1090/1410 and MATH 2060. Coreq: CE 2061.

CE 2080 Dynamics 2 (2)  — Study of kinetics and kinematics of particles and rigid bodies, work and energy, impact and momentum. Preq: CE 2010 and ENGR 1090, each with a C or better, and MATH 2060. (Calculus 3)

CE 3010 Structural Analysis 3 (3) — Calculation of design loads and load paths for buildings and other structures. use of classical analysis techniques to determine support reactions, internal member forces, and structural displacements of statically determinate and indeterminate structural system. Preq: CE 2060.

CE 4060 Structural Steel Design 3 (3) — Introduction to the design of structural elements found in steel buildings, in particular the design of steel tension members, beams, columns, beam columns, and connections. Emphasizes the AISC-LRFD Specifications for steel design, though reference is made to the ASD specification with comparisons made where appropriate. Preq: CE 3010 or consent of instructor.

CE 4210/6210 Geotechnical Engineering Design 3 (3) — Study of the relationship of local geology to soil formations, groundwater, planning of site investigation, sampling procedures, determination of design parameters, foundation design, and settlement analysis. Preq for CE 4210: CE 3210. Preq for CE 6210: CE 3210 or consent of instructor.