AUT19 Undergraduate Special Topics Course List (5.8.19)
Below you will find details about the CEE 498 Special Topics courses to be offered in AUT19. These courses (up to 6 credits) can satisfy your non-core Technical Electives or Upper Division Engineering & Science Electives. If you are attempting to use more than 6 credits of CEE 498, you will need to submit a graduation petition.
Additionally, CEE offers a number of Graduate level courses that may be an option for Undergraduate students. If you are interested in taking a CEE graduate course, you will need instructor permission as well as an add code to register. If you are seeking the graduate course option, you will also want to connect with your advisor to go over your options to have the course apply to your degree: Continue reading
BSE 190 A (B-term,NW, 5cr, online) Green Chemistry and Nanostructured Biomaterials: flyer attached, *new class*
This unique course on nanomaterials is suitable for science and non-science students alike and provides 5 NW credits in Summer B-term. The 12 principles of green chemistry will be covered as well as variety of other topics around sustainable design of biomaterials and their application.
BSE 101 A (A-term, I&S/NW, 5cr, online) Biomass, Biofuels and Bioproducts:
Provides an introduction to the science and technology of Biofuels, Bioproducts, and Renewable Energy. In particular, the generation and properties of biofuels and specialty products from lignocellulosic sources will be emphasized. Part of this class will concentrate on the social aspects of biomass to biofuels conversion.
The UW William E. Boeing Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics is excited to announce that we will be offering the following courses open to all students in Summer 2019:
These courses are perfect for any of your students who may want to complete the A&A minor
(as they are required for the A&A minor) or just otherwise interested in taking some flight & space related courses
Learn the fundamentals of structural design in reinforced concrete over
the summer, while keeping your job or internship! With all lectures
recorded, and online submission of HW (only two in-person exams),
this course is designed to accommodate other summer obligations. The
course covers the basic mechanics of concrete, the composite behavior
of concrete and steel, and the contemporary, code-compliant design of
slabs, beams, columns and other structural elements.
All lectures will be video recorded and made available through Canvas. Homework and office hours and will also be facilitated online. Two exams will be administered in-person, on UW Seattle campus.
For more details, please contact instructor email@example.com
Section: TTh 3:00 – 5:40pm;
Where: ARC 160 Arch 120F, VM 616-3618
Office: TTh: 2:00-3:00 or by appointment
The purpose of the course is to introduce the principles, techniques, and practices used for the management of
construction projects, namely, construction contracting, estimating, planning, scheduling, time management, cost
control and earned value, resource management, and financial management. The scope of work cover civil and
commercial projects, however, more emphasis are on civil projects.
Check out the canvas site!! https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1303230