The following is a sample course description document. While your description is not required to look exactly like this sample, it should be comparable.
|Design of Bridges (3)||Highway loading; load distribution; moving loads; deck girder bridges; design of bridge elements; piers, abutments; specifications and codes; bridge construction|
|Civil Engineering Mathematics (3)||Matrices, determinants, linear equations, linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, least squares and curve fitting, roots of nonlinear equations, numerical integration of ordinary differential equations, and software for spreadsheets and CAD|
|Steel Design Laboratory (1)||A laboratory component wherein students are trained to perform complete structural analysis and design calculations of steel structures. Student creates a design of one of the following: commercial building, bridge, transmission tower, or industrial building.|
|Construction Project Management (3)||Estimating, scheduling, planning; critical path method; project organization; monitoring; evaluation; recording/reporting; investigation of projects in progress|
|Civil Engineering Drawing (2)||Use and function of drawing instruments, applied geometry, mechanical drawing, lettering, alphabet of lines and applications, orthographic projections, isometric drawing, dimensioning, scaling, oblique drawing, sectioning|
|Electrical Analysis of AC/DC Circuits (3)||Fundamentals of DC and AC circuits, intended for non-electrical engineering majors. Covers principles, basic laws, and theorems used in analysis of AC/DC electrical circuits|
|Literary Forms (3)||General introduction to poetry, fiction, and drama. Exploration of themes in literature relevant to university students. Course designed to prepare students to be more perceptive readers of imaginative literature.|