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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    New Faculty Engineering Software Extension Programs Alumni Friends Meet our Alumni World Map USA Map 1930 s 1940 s 1950 s 1960 s 1970 s 1980 s 1990 s 2000 s 2001 PRESENT Stay Connected Attend Engineering Events Nominate an Alum Join the Alumni Association Support Engineering Support CSU Research International Programs Research Centers Research Laboratories New Curriculum Updates Please click on the categories below to view our current curriculum changes and updates CONCENTRATION VERIFICATION NEW IMPORTANT When you verify a student s major and concentration please make sure it matches the most recent Flow chart that is provided in their file If the student has elected to change their concentration and a new Flow chart is not provided in their file please have them see Laurie Alburn or Sarah Youssef to complete a Change of Major form CIVIL ENGINEERING SOIL WATER CONCENTRATION The Soil Water concentration is no longer being offered for new students Students who are currently in the Soil Water concentration have until Summer 2017 complete the degree program ECE 204 ECE 204 will no longer be required for the Civil Engineering degree program Instead students will need to take another Engineering Technical Elective For students who

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    Alumni Friends Meet our Alumni World Map USA Map 1930 s 1940 s 1950 s 1960 s 1970 s 1980 s 1990 s 2000 s 2001 PRESENT Stay Connected Attend Engineering Events Nominate an Alum Join the Alumni Association Support Engineering Support CSU Research International Programs Research Centers Research Laboratories SUCCEED A Guide to Academic Success Strategies to Improve Your Academic Performance in the Civil and Environmental Department We want

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    s 1990 s 2000 s 2001 PRESENT Stay Connected Attend Engineering Events Nominate an Alum Join the Alumni Association Support Engineering Support CSU Research International Programs Research Centers Research Laboratories Undergraduate Information Request Form For information regarding undergraduate studies please use the form below or contact Linda Hinshaw Freshman Inquiry Individuals who are currently enrolled in high school or have earned a high school diploma or its equivalent and have not enrolled in a college or university since graduation Transfer Individuals who have enrolled in any college level course work since graduating from high school The college level work may have been full time or part time at another institution or at another campus of the University of Colorado An applicant is not considered a transfer student if the only college level classes taken were while still enrolled in high school All fields are required except for Comments First Name Last Name Your Email Address City State Province Choose Outside US Canada Alabama Alaska Alberta American Samoa Arizona Arkansas Armed Forces Americas Armed Forces Europe Armed Forces Pacific British Columbia California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District Of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Manitoba

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    a showcase of research and creativity a one day conference for students to present their work connect with industry representatives and other graduate students and faculty at CSU and learn about other disciplines and gain conference experience The Graduate Showcase celebrates interdisciplinary collaboration Ali Tasdighi is a civil and environmental engineering Ph D student with a passion for improving water quality worldwide through his research His project aims to determine the viability of water quality trading in different contexts suggesting a framework for quantifying trading ratios for point nonpoint source trades under uncertainty using Bayesian inference During this research Tasdighi is working with his advisor Dr Mazdak Arabi on developing a stochastic approach for modeling the pollutants from nonpoint sources and evaluating the effectiveness of different conservation practices in reducing them The results will be used to create an index of water quality trading viability for point and nonpoint sources throughout the country Two Graduate Students Receive Irrigation Award Aman Vashisht and Garrett Banks were awarded the Irrigation Foundation E3 Learner award to attend the 2015 Irrigation Show Education Conference November 9 13 2015 in Long Beach California all expenses paid The conference Waves of Innovation is designed to introduce new technologies best practices and innovative ideas in irrigation Garrett is in his first semester as a master s student and plans to graduate in 2018 and Aman is looking forward to completing her masters this coming spring Graduate Programs The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Colorado State University is a dynamic and internationally recognized department which offers Master s degrees masters of engineering and masters of science as well as doctoral Ph D degrees in Civil Engineering with concentrations in the following areas Construction Engineering and Management PhD Only Environmental Engineering Geoengineering Groundwater Engineering Hydraulic Engineering Stream

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    Application Application fee Applications will not be reviewed until the fee has been paid Official transcripts of all previously earned credits Three letters of recommendation can be submitted via Email to lalburn engr colostate edu or hard copy Statement of Purpose Current resume GRE General Test for M S and Ph D applicants TOEFL or IELTS for international applicants Send to Graduate Admissions Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Colorado State University Campus Delivery 1372 Fort Collins CO 80523 1372 Deadline Dates Term Apply for Graduate Admission Only Apply for Graduate Admission and Financial Support Fall begins late August May 1 February 15 Spring begins late January October 15 September 1 Admission Those seeking advanced degrees may be recommended for admission to the Graduate School by the department to which the application is submitted if faculty and facilities are available and if all the applicant s undergraduate grades average 3 0 or higher A 4 0 International applicants must rank among the top students in their classes The department may consider recommending admission of applicants with averages slightly lower than 3 0 if the applicants are highly motivated to undertake graduate study and if they present acceptable evidence of ability to complete advanced degree requirements within a reasonable time For applicants with average grades below 3 0 the department will consider the following examples as evidence of qualification excellent performance on the GRE excellent letters of recommendation relevant work experience and a steadily improving academic record In most cases students are required to obtain an M S degree before entering the Ph D program On rare occasions students with only a B S degree who are seeking entrance into the Ph D degree are admitted Such students need to have communicated their degree objectives to the department and discuss their

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    s 1980 s 1990 s 2000 s 2001 PRESENT Stay Connected Attend Engineering Events Nominate an Alum Join the Alumni Association Support Engineering Support CSU Research International Programs Research Centers Research Laboratories Non Civil Engineering BS Applicants Students who are admitted into the graduate program but who do not have an undergraduate degree in civil engineering must take undergraduate civil engineering course work to bring their engineering background to an acceptable level Specific courses to meet this objective are to be identified by the student s academic adviser or program coordinator at the beginning of the graduate program These courses must be taken as early as possible in the student s program of graduate study and are to be taken for a letter grade The Department of Civil Engineering requires as a minimum the following courses or their equivalent in addition to those normally required for a graduate program Calculus through MATH 261 Calculus for Physical Scientists III 4 credits each PH 141 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I 5 CHEM 111 General Chemistry I 4 CIVE 260 261 Engineering Mechanics Statics 3 Dynamics 3 CIVE 300 Fluid Mechanics 3 CIVE 360 Mechanics of Solids 3 MATH 340 Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations 4 Six or more credits in upper division CIVE 3xx or CIVE 4xx courses generally the required undergraduate courses most related to the intended graduate program and or used as prerequisites for the student s graduate classes The number of upper division credits required varies with the graduate program area Completion of courses listed as prerequisites for the courses listed above is also generally required Courses required of our undergraduates including CIVE 401 466 and 467 may not be used for graduate credit according to Department of Civil Engineering policy A plan for completing the background courses

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    Application Information Non Civil Engr BS Applicants Degree Information Grad Assistant Opportunities Graduate Distance Learning Graduation Student Visit Day Request Information Resources Class Pages Scholarships Funding Department Laboratories Centers Institutes Student Associations Clubs Available Student Jobs People Directory Active Faculty Research Scientists Instructors Emeritus Faculty Administrative Staff COE Resources Department Resources Conferences Short Courses Resources for New Faculty Engineering Software Extension Programs Alumni Friends Meet our Alumni World Map USA Map 1930 s 1940 s 1950 s 1960 s 1970 s 1980 s 1990 s 2000 s 2001 PRESENT Stay Connected Attend Engineering Events Nominate an Alum Join the Alumni Association Support Engineering Support CSU Research International Programs Research Centers Research Laboratories Degree Information Areas of Emphasis Construction Engineering and Management PhD Only Environmental Engineering Geoengineering Groundwater Engineering Hydraulic Engineering Stream Restoration and River Mechanics Hydrologic Science and Engineering Irrigation and Drainage Engineering Structural Engineering and Structural Mechanics Water International Development Water Resources Planning and Management Wind Engineering and Fluid Mechanics Integrated Research Programs Transportation System Engineering NSF I WATER IGERT Program Degree Requirements and Programs General Requirements CSU Graduate School Information CSU Continuing Education CSU Online Information Master of Science Plan A Thesis Master of Science Plan B Non

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    CSU Research International Programs Research Centers Research Laboratories Graduate Assistant Opportunities Ph D Graduate Research Assistantship Department of Soil and Crop Sciences or Civil and Environmental Engineering Colorado State University Irrigation Water Management Applications are invited from qualified students for a half time Ph D graduate research assistantship in the area of irrigation water management The overall goal of this project is to develop pilot and disseminate a scalable device independent irrigation water management IWM tool that is web based eRAMS and can run as an app on mobile devices The system will enhance the capacity of stakeholders including producers and water managers to determine real time irrigation water demand for a field or region of interest The technology will also be equipped with water demand forecasting and ET remote sensing capabilities The mobile technology will be piloted in two irrigated river basins in Colorado where actual water efficiency and savings gained through the use of the smart IWM system will be documented Read More Applicants must meet the graduate program admission requirements and should have strong quantitative skills excellent computer programming skills and be willing to complete lab and field tasks related to irrigation water management The successful applicant will be expected to develop a mobile app work with other software developers to link the app with an existing web based GIS install and operate environmental sensors and collect process crop growth and field water balance data Involvement with outreach activities e g demonstration of IWM tool is also expected Applicants should have good oral and written communication skills Experience with mobile app development irrigated crop production systems environmental sensors and data loggers and field water balance determination is desired Half time graduate assistantship support 1848 00 month is available for three years beginning January 2012 Resident tuition will

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