ENGR 502 – The Smart City - A graduate core course providing the "big picture" overview of several engineering, cyber-physical, and infrastructural systems that propel smart and connected communities.
STAT 500 – Applied Statistics - A graduate course that provides an introduction to the basic concepts of probability, common distributions, statistical methods, and data analysis.
CE 497 – Transportation Data Analysis - An undergraduate/graduate course in analyzing transportation big data, modeling, and visualization
CE 421 W – Transportation Design (Capstone) - An undergraduate culminating project-based course with hands-on experience in conducting highway transportation analysis and preparing students for careers in the transportation sector
CET 308 – Construction Methods & Materials - An undergraduate course focusing on the study of the methods and materials used in the construction industry
CE 333 W – Construction Management – I - An undergraduate course focusing on the components of a construction organization, managerial terminology and documents, labor laws and relations, insurance and safety
ET 300/EMCH 211 – Engineering Mechanics: Statics - An undergraduate course focusing on the equilibrium of coplanar force systems; analysis of frames and trusses; noncoplanar force systems; friction; centroids and moments of inertia