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Infrastructure Engineering

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(3 cr.) This course identifies, analyzes and assesses built infrastructure, which is the foundation for modern society. The complex and interconnected lifecycles are investigated and demands on critical components are calculated. Students explore the nontechnical factors necessary for the functioning of infrastructure including supplies, trained personnel, public policy, ethics and cross-sector dependencies. The course provides a basis for understanding the complexity and cost of maintaining, rebuilding and developing infrastructure. Topics include general infrastructure concepts, water and wastewater, transportation, energy and buildings and cities. Several in-class scenarios are provided to synthesize the connectivity between the major items of infrastructure. Every Year, Fall

Sessions

Fall 2019

Section 01

  • Instructor
  • Priscilla Fonseca
  • Days
  • F
  • Time
  • 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
  • Location
  • Center for Comm.&Engineer Room 030