Civil Engineering

John C. Stormont, Chairperson
Civil Engineering
Centennial Engineering Center 3020
MSC01 1070
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
(505) 277-2722
http://civil.unm.edu/

Professors
Julia E. Coonrod, Ph.D., University of Texas*
Walter H. Gerstle, Ph.D., Cornell University*
Arup K. Maji, Ph.D., Northwestern University*
Tang-Tat Percy Ng, Ph.D., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute*
Timothy J. Ross, Ph.D., Stanford University*
John C. Stormont, Ph.D., University of Arizona*
Mahmoud Reda Taha, Ph.D., The University of Calgary**
Bruce M. Thomson, Ph.D., Rice University*

Associate Professors
Susan Bogus Halter, Ph.D., University of Colorado**
Kerry J. Howe, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign*
Andrew J. Schuler, Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley*
Rafiqul Tarefder, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma**

Assistant Professors
Jose M. Cerrato, Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Ricardo Gonzalez-Pinon, Ph.D., Oregon State University
Gregory M. Gould, Ph.D., University of California at Davis
Mark C. Stone, Ph.D., Washington State University*
Vanessa Valentin, Ph.D., Purdue University
Guohui Zhang, Ph.D., University of Washington**

Lecturer II
Mark D. Russell, Ph.D., University of Florida**

Visiting Lecturer
Michael A. Gonzalez, B.S., University of New Mexico

Professors Emeriti
James D. Brogan, Ph.D., University of Tennessee**
Marion M. Cottrell, M.S., University of New Mexico
Jerome W. Hall, Ph.D., University of Washington*
Richard J. Heggen, Ph.D., Oregon State University
Cornie L. Hulsbos, Ph.D., Iowa State University
Roy L. Johnson, Jr., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
J. E. Martinez, M.S., Iowa State University
James R. Matthews, Ph.D., University of Missouri-Rolla**
Gerald W. May, Ph.D., University of Colorado
Jerald L. Rounds, Ph.D., University of Dundee**
Glenn A. Sears, Engr., Stanford University
Stephen P. Shelton, Ph.D., University of Tennessee*

* Registered Professional Engineer in New Mexico
** Registered Professional Engineer in a state or territory other than New Mexico


Introduction

The Department of Civil Engineering at the University of New Mexico provides a high quality learning environment for its undergraduate and graduate students, and promotes lifelong learning for practicing professionals. The Department’s focus is on quality instruction in engineering and construction management, innovative research, and community engagement.

Requirements for bachelor’s degrees in Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering and Construction Management include the requirements of the University of New Mexico Core Curriculum. In some cases, the choice of courses is left to the student. See specific core requirements and allowable courses.


Civil Engineering Laboratories

The civil engineering laboratories are designed to be an integral part of the educational process as well as an introduction to modern industrial laboratory practice in materials quality control, design and research. Well-equipped instructional laboratories are provided for engineering measurements, civil engineering materials, geotechnical engineering, fluid mechanics and environmental engineering. Modern experimental equipment and techniques are utilized in all laboratories.

Computational Facilities

Throughout the curriculum the student is exposed to a variety of computational equipment. The department has personal computers available for student use that are connected to the University’s central computing system.


Associated Programs

Undergraduate Program


Graduate Program



Courses

CE 130. Construction Detailing. (3)



CE 160L. Civil Engineering Design. (3)



CE 171. Construction Materials and Techniques. (3)



CE 202. Engineering Statics. (3)



CE 279. Mechanical Electrical Systems Construction. (3)



CE 283. Surveying and Geomatics. (3)



CE 291. Lower Division Special Topics in Civil Engineering. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CE 302. Mechanics of Materials. (3)



CE 305. Infrastructure Materials Science. (4)



CE 308. Structural Analysis. (3)



CE 310. Structural Design I. (4)



CE 331. Fluid Mechanics. (4)



CE **335. Environmental and Water Resources Engineering . (3)



CE 350. Engineering Economy. (3)



CE 352. Computer Applications in Civil Engineering. (3)



CE 354 / 554. Probability and Statistics for Civil Engineers. (3)



CE 360. Soil Mechanics. (4)



CE 370. Construction Methods and Equipment. (3)



CE 371. Structures for Construction. (3)



CE **372. Principles of Construction . (3)



CE 376. Cost Estimating. (3)



CE 377. Construction Scheduling. (3)



CE 382. Transportation Engineering. (3)



NONE 409. Engineering Ethics. (1)



CE 411 / 511. Reinforced Concrete Design. (3)



CE 413 / 513. Timber and Masonry Design. (3)



CE 415. Civil Engineering Design Competition. (1 to a maximum of 3 Δ)



CE 424 / 524. Structural Design in Metals. (3)



CE 431 / 531. Physical-Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment. (3)



CE 433 / 533. Environmental Microbiology. (3)



CE 435 / 535. Water Reuse. (3)



CE 436 / 536. Biological Wastewater Treatment. (3)



CE 438 / 538. Sustainable Engineering. (3)



CE 440 / 540. Design of Hydraulic Systems. (3)



CE 441 / 541. Hydrogeology. (3)



CE *442. Hydraulic Engineering and Hydrology. (3)



CE *455. Engineering Project Management. (3)



CE 462 / 562. Foundation Engineering I. (3)



CE 463 / 563. Earth Structures. (3)



CE 473 / 573. Construction Law. (3)



CE 474 / 574. Principles of Written Construction Documents. (3)



CE 475 / 575. Construction Safety. (3)



CE 477 / 577. Project Controls. (3)



CE 478 / 578. Design of Temporary Support Structures. (3)



CE 481 / 581. Urban Transportation Planning. (3)



CE 482 / 582. Highway and Traffic Engineering. (3)



CE *491-*492. Special Topics in Civil Engineering. (1-3, 1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CE 493. Special Topics in Civil Engineering - Honors. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CE 494. Honors Seminar. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CE 495. Construction Internship. (1)



CE 497L. Design Construction Integration. (3)



CE 499. Design of Civil Engineering Systems. (3)



CE 501. Advanced Mechanics of Materials. (3)



CE 502. Finite Element Methods in Solid Mechanics. (3)



CE 503. Composite Materials. (3)



CE 506. Prestressed Concrete. (3)



CE 511 / 411. Reinforced Concrete Design. (3)



CE 513 / 413. Timber and Masonry Design. (3)



CE 518. Theory of Structural Stability. (3)



CE 521. Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering. (3)



CE 524 / 424. Structural Design in Metals. (3)



CE 531 / 431. Physical-Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment. (3)



CE 532. Advanced Physical-Chemical Water and Wastewater. (3)



CE 533 / 433. Environmental Microbiology. (3)



CE 534. Environmental Engineering Chemistry. (3)



CE 535 / 435. Water Reuse. (3)



CE 536 / 436. Biological Wastewater Treatment. (3)



CE 538 / 438. Sustainable Engineering. (3)



CE 539. Radioactive Waste Management. (3)



CE 540 / 440. Design of Hydraulic Systems. (3)



CE 541 / 441. Hydrogeology. (3)



CE 542. Intermediate Hydrology. (3)



CE 545. Open Channel Hydraulics. (3)



CE 547. GIS in Water Resources Engineering. (3)



CE 548. Fuzzy Logic and Applications. (3)



CE 549. Vadose Zone Hydrology. (3)



CE 551. Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CE 554 / 354. Probability and Statistics for Civil Engineers. (3)



CE 560. Advanced Soil Mechanics. (3)



CE 562 / 462. Foundation Engineering I. (3)



CE 565. Soil Behavior. (3)



CE 566. Pavement Design. (3)



CE 567. Foundation Engineering II. (3)



CE 568. Soil Dynamics. (3)



CE 571. Sustainable Design and Construction. (3)



CE 573 / 473. Construction Law. (3)



CE 574 / 474. Principles of Written Construction Documents. (3)



CE 575 / 475. Construction Safety. (3)



CE 576. Project Delivery Systems. (3)



CE 577 / 477. Project Controls. (3)



CE 578 / 478. Design of Temporary Support Structures. (3)



CE 581 / 481. Urban Transportation Planning. (3)



CE 582 / 482. Highway and Traffic Engineering. (3)



CE 588. Master's Project. (1-6)



CE 598. Selected Topics. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CE 599. Master's Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)



CE 650. Research. (1-6 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



CE 691. Graduate Seminar. (1 to a maximum of 4 Δ)



CE 699. Dissertation. (3-12, no limit Δ)



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