Topics must be arranged with instructor during preregistration. 3. Out of curiosity, when you sent out resumes for internships and jobs, did you include your GPA? MATH 1130 or MATH 1133. CHEN 8230 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING STATISTICAL THERMODYNAMICS (3) LEC. This class teaches modern tools and methods for product design, development,and test of highly complex and large systems including technical specification, reliability, maintainability, manufacturability, testability, marketing, costs, etc. Principles of space policy applied to both the unmanned and manned space flight programs. ELEC 5710 or ELEC 6710 or ELEC 6716. Departmental approval. Special topics of interest within a global engineering context. 3. Pr. Student life is also active with 500 clubs and organizations. Departmental approval. CHEN 3AA0 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PROGRESS ASSESSMENT II (0) LAB. ELEC 5110 WIRELESS NETWORKS (3) LEC. Formulation, solution, interpretation, and implementation of mathematical models in operations research including linear programming, integer programming and network flows. 3. Properties and behavior of timber and plywood; design of timber beams, columns, floor and wall assemblies and wood formwork; timber trusses and laminated arches. 3. ELEC 6360/6366 BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS OF ELECTROMAGNETICS (3) LEC. Pr. INSY 3700. Stability concepts and analysis of the stability of flight vehicle motions. 3. 3. CIVL 3230 and CIVL 3110. LAB. Basic concepts, fabrication and operation of micromachined semiconductor, piezoelectric, piezoresistive, capacitive and fiber-optic sensors. 3. Credit will not be given for both CIVL 5250 and CIVL 6250/CIVL 6256. An ecological engineering option and a forest engineering option are available under the biosystems engineering program. The formulation and computational solution of diffusion and equilibrium problems are emphasized. 3. PFEN 4100 POLYMER CHARACTERIZATION (4) LEC. LAB. CIVL 5410 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING (3) LEC. Introduction, geometrical concepts, analytical methods, Poincare' maps, strange attractors, bifurcation, normal forms, center manifold theory, Liapunov stability, Liapunov exponents, linearization about periodic orbits, Floquet theory, bifurcation analysis. The engineering of ceramic materials. Answer. 3. Departmental approval. Advanced concepts and techniques in the physical and chemical characterization of solid surfaces by microscopic, spectroscopic and chemical methods including various photon and/or electron spectroscopies, thermal desorption. CIVL 7980/7986 ENGINEERING PROJECT (1-10) LEC. Analytical methods, sterilization, and regulations. COMP 2710. Departmental approval. Analysis of continuous beams and frames by slope-deflection method. Departmental approval. Analysis of current issues in the area of polymers and fibers. Departmental approval. 3. Properties and mechanical behavior of fiber-reinforced composite materials. Pr. Presentation and discussion of ISE research by graduate students, faculty and guests. 2. Topics must be arranged with instructor during preregistration. This course covers in depth the fundamentals of evolutionary computing and surveys the most popular types of evolutionary algorithms (e.g., genetic programming), a class of stochastic, population-based algorithms inspired by natural evolution theory, genetics, and population dynamics, capable of solving complex optimization and modeling problems. Critical thinking about the use of various stream restoration structures an providing the tools needed to investigate further into failure analysis and risk assessment. Fault analysis using symmetrical components. Parameter estimation. Analysis of enzyme and microbial processes. Fundamentals of identifying and quantifying environmental pollutants: review of pollutant chemistry, quality and quantity of pollutants, statistical basis of sampling, environmental sampling techniques, analytical techniques, and data analysis. Fundamentals of thermal radiation heat transfer including: absorption, emission, and reflection from solids; absorption, emission, and scattering by gases; combined mode and conjugate heat transfer; exact and approximate solution methodologies. Departmental approval. MECH 7230/7236 THERMAL RADIATION (3) LEC. Pr. CHEN 3660 and CHEN 3820 and P/C CHEN 3700 and CHEN 3650 and P/C CHEN 4170. Design and implementation of web sites and associated applications. Pr. Pr. Must be in Junior standing Course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours. AERO 4630. Development of modular digital simulations including vehicle models for aerodynamics and propulsion, control, guidance subsystems. Pr. CIVL 7140/7146 ECOHYDROLOGY (3) LEC. CIVL 3820. AERO 3040 ELEMENTARY METEOROLOGY (3) LEC. LAB. The environmental science curriculum is offered jointly by the College of Agriculture, the College of Engineering, and the College of Sciences and Mathematics. This makes Auburn Extremely Competitive for GPAs. The average GPA in college is 3.1. Pr. Pr. 3. Stress and strain concepts, stress-strain relationships, applications, uniaxially loaded members, torsion, normal and shear stresses in beams, beam deflections, buckling, stress concentration, combined loading, failure theories. PFEN 4300. MATL 7420/7426 SMART MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES (3) LEC. Introduction to mobile cellular radio and wireless personal communications, mobile radio propagation, modulation techniques, multiple access techniques, wireless systems and standards. Fundamentals of mobile robot design, including motor control, sensor integration, path planning, navigation, and localization. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5240 and INSY 6240. 3. Multidisciplinary course teaching fundamental nuclear and mechanical principles as they are utilized in the nuclear power generation industry. ELEC 5530 MOBILE ROBOT DESIGN (3) LEC. ELEC 6130/6136 RF DEVICES AND CIRCUITS (3) LEC. AERO 6330 or AERO 6336 or AERO 6230 or AERO 6236. Departmental approval. Pr. (CHEM 2080 or CHEM 2087) and CHEN 3090 and CHEN 3370 and (CHEN 3650 or CHEN 3653) and CHEN 3660 and CHEN 3700 and P/C CHEN 4100 and P/C CHEN 5110. ELEC 3810 FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (3) LEC. CHEN 4470 PROCESS DESIGN PRACTICE (3) LEC. Teams initiate the capstone design project. Departmental approval. Pr. Pr. Departmental approval. AERO 4140. Process of erosion, sediment transport, and sedimentation along with strategies adopted to prevent and manage erosion on construction sites. Failure to do so may jeopardize graduation. AERO 7120 or AERO 7126. 7 years ago. CIVL 7340/7346 SOIL DYNAMICS (3) LEC. (STAT 7300 or STAT 7306) or (INSY 7300 or INSY 7306). ELEC 7970/7976 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-5) LEC. Course may be repeated with change in topics. 3. Analysis of mechanical behavior and physical properties of flexible structures such as fibers, yarns and fabrics. May count either CIVL 5120 or CIVL 6120. 3. Molecular and cellular microstructural influence over the viscoelastic deformation of the skeletal tissues of bone muscle, ligament, tendon and cartilage; mechanics of failure and biomechanical injury mechanisms; consideration of the physiological processes of adaptive remodeling and healing of tissues; recent developments in orthopedic implant materials. LAB. Then, electric and magnetic fields are studied using vector algebra, culminating in Maxwell's equations. Pr., Departmental Approval. Ultrasonic, acoustic, vibration, and eddy current techniques. Power unit fundamentals with emphasis on diesel and small gasoline engines; mechanics of operation, safety, use, and adjustment of machines used for horticultural and agronomic crop production; and precision agriculturr principles and technology. Admission into Bachelor of Computer Science Program. Proving correctness and running time bounds for algorithms by induction and structural induction. ELEC 4000 SENIOR DESIGN PROJECTS (3) LEC. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5840 and INSY 6840/6846. The basic of design, analysis and performance limits of wireless communication systems. Continues the development of programming from an object-oriented perspective. AERO 5460 PERTURBATION METHODS (3) LEC. Pr. MECH 5610. PFEN 3100. CHEN 5670 POLLUTION PREVENTION ENGINEERING (3) LEC. Shear strength; earth pressure theory; gravity, mechanically stabilized, flexible sheet, and anchored structures. CHEN 4630 INTRODUCTION TO TRANSPORT PHENOMENA (3) LEC. LOCATION. ENGR 6540/6546 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION (4) LEC. INSY 7080/7086 HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING (3) LEC. ENGR 7940/7946 MASTER OF ENGINEERING PROGRAM ASSESSMENT (0) LEC. Emphasis on stochastic processes, queuing theory and their applications. 2. Focus is hands-on practical factors. 3. ELEC 3040 or ELEC 3050. CIVL 7540/7546 TRANSPORTATION SAFETY (3) LEC. MECH 3AA0 and MECH 3230 and P/C MECH 3040 and P/C MECH 3050 and P/C MECH 3140. and Departmental Approval. Context-sensitive grammars and linear-bounded automata, including closure properties; oracles; reduction; the arithmetic hierarchy; the analytic hierarchy. 3. ELEC 7760/7766 SILICON-BASED HETEROSTRUCTURE DEVICES AND CIRCUITS (3) LEC. CHRIS ROBERTS, Dean Physical and chemical transducers, biorecognition. 3. 3. CIVL 3820. Students who apply to the Auburn MAP Engineering programs often have a high GPA and a solid academic background, but success in these programs is dependent on a comprehensive background in math or software processing. Topics include cement and aggregate properties; concrete microstructure; mechanical properties; supplementary cementing materials; chemical admixtures; durability issues; special concretes. Pr. Modeling and validation under conditions of sparse data will be addressed as well. Departmental approval. INSY 5630 REAL OPTIONS AND DECISION ANALYSIS (3) LEC. Introduction to computed imaging systems such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography (CT). LAB. 3. Pr. Mobile IP, wireless routing, location management, ad-hoc wireless networks, wireless, wireless TCP personal communication systems, and current mobile phone OTA protocols. Departmental approval. Pr. The course is designed to develop student skills in computer-aided site design and restoration by using rural and urban best management practices to reduce environmental impacts. The fundamentals of advanced acoustics theory. Introduction to discrete event modeling and simulation. AERO 5140 and AERO 6140. Introduction to animal waste management problems of confined production systems, and characterization of animal waste types. Pr. 2. INSY 4500/4503 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE (1) LEC. (MATH 2630 or MATH 2637) and ENGR 2200 or MECH 3030. The nature of the recursive sets and recursively enumerable sets. 3. Pr. CHEN 5420 POLYMER CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (3) LEC. Manufacturing technology lab for introduction of processes such as cutting, forming, machining, and joining of metals and other materials. (MECH 2120 or MECH 2140) and MATH 2650. Theory and practice of designing interfaces for interactive systems, usability engineering techniques; implementing and evaluating interfaces. Pr. 3. Comprehensive introduction to XML, working with XML and Databases, event-driven programming with XML, implementing Communication and Web Services with XML, working with XML, JQuery, XHTML and HML5. ELEC 7450/7456 DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING (3) LEC. Pr. Departmental approval. Individual student endeavor under faculty supervision involving special problems in Industrial and Systems Engineering. About 68% were men and 32% were women. LAB. Pr. 3. BSEN 6510 ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING (3) LEC. Pr. Departmental approval. (MECH 3AA0 and MECH 3150 and MECH 3160 and MECH 3230 and P/C MECH 3040 and P/C MECH 3050 and MECH 3140) or (MECH 3AA0 and MECH 3150 and MECH 3160 and MECH 3230 and P/C MECH 3040 and MECH 3050 and P/C MECH 3140) or (MECH 3AA0 and MECH 3150 and MECH 3160 and MECH 3230 and MECH 3040 and P/C MECH 3050 and P/C MECH 3140). MATL 7970/7976 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MATERIALS ENGINEERING (1-3) LEC. 3. COMP 1200. 3. Emphasis on good software engineering principles and development of the fundamental programming skills in the context of a language that supports the object-oriented paradigm. ELEC 7470 ADVANCED VLSI TEST (3) LEC. Aerothermodynamics of propulsion. Principles required in engineering economic studies. CIVL 3230. Pr. ELEC 3320 and ELEC 3800. Course may be repeated with change in topics. Emphasis on design economics and cost estimating techniques and applications to various manufacturing and service operations. ELEC 3600. Programs in this service are technical assistance, short courses, conferences, workshops and seminars. 3. Particular project sections may have additional requisites. Compiler organization; lexical analysis; parsing; syntax- direction translation; symbol tables; basic dependence analysis; intermediate forms; interpreters vs. compilers; run-time storage management; code generation; error detection and recovery. Course may be repeated with change in topics. CPSC 1223. 3. MECH 7210/7216 DIFFUSIVE TRANSPORT (3) LEC. This course is a study of engineered systems for cultivating algae for various uses in society. COMP 4710 SENIOR DESIGN PROJECT (3) LEC. ENGR 2010 THERMODYNAMICS (3) LEC. Fault analysis using symmetrical components. COMP 4970 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-3) LEC. 3. MATL 7220/7226 RADIATION EFFECTS ON MATERIALS (3) LEC. An analysis of the elements affecting the design of airports including forecasting, runway configuration, capacity analyses, geometric design of runways and taxiways, pavement design and airfield drainage. Topics of current research in the area of programming languages, their design, and implementation. Modeling and performance assessment. Pr. COMP 8120 CURRENT TOPICS IN DATABASE SYSTEMS (3) LEC. CIVL 6810/6816 PAVEMENT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION (3) LEC. LAB. MECH 3200 CONCEPTS IN MECHANICAL DESIGN (2) LEC. MATL 4100 THERMODYNAMICS AND KINETICS OF MATERIALS (3) LEC. CHEM 1040 and MATH 2650 and BSEN 3310. 3. BSEN 3230. SU. Digital processing of signals, sampling difference equations, discrete-time Fourier transforms, discrete and fast Fourier transforms, digital filter design. Pr. Pr. Graphics hardware and software components, coordinate systems, 2-D and 3-D transformations, 3-D viewing and projection, clipping and windowing, scan conversion and algorithms, visibility determination and shadowing, and software projects using a graphics software package. Machine non-linearities, including finite element analysis. CIVL 6220 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING PROCESSES LABORATORY (1) LAB. Application of transport operations to chemical engineering problems containing physical and chemical rate processes. 45. Departmental approval. Production of macroscopic assemblies and structures from nanomaterials. Departmental approval. The relationship among processing, microstructure, properties and engineering applications of metallic materials. BSEN 7516 INTRODUCTION TO LAND AND WATER ENGINEERING (3) LEC. 3. Fundamentals and application of chemical sensors. CIVL 4210 WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND DESIGN (3) LEC. Pr. CIVL 3410 and CIVL 4420. Pr. COMP 7930/7936 DIRECTED STUDY (1-3) IND. Reliability-based methods of structural analysis including review of probability and statistics, reliability analysis methods, development of design codes, load and resistance models, system reliability, and practical applications. 3. LAB. CHEN 6700/6706 ADVANCED SEPARATION PROCESSES (3) LEC. Emphasis will be placed on an understanding of processing-structure-property relationships in polymer-, ceramic-, and metal-matrix composites. 2. CIVL 3230. Physicochemical factors and analysis of non-ideal chemical reactor behavior. CIVL 3310. 3. 3. Design applications of environmental remediation include constructed wetlands, drip irrigation of wastewater effluent, disposal of municipal sludge, and phytoremediation of contaminants in shallow groundwater. Review of basic electromagnetics. BSEN 5550 PRINCIPLES OF FOOD ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (4) LEC. COMP 5620 USER INTERFACE DESIGN AND EVALUATION (3) LEC. 3. Detection of deterministic and random signals in noise; parameter estimation. 3. Course may be repeated with change in topics. May count either BSEN 5270 or BSE 6270. Pr. 1. 3. AERO 6530/6536 SPACE PROPULSION (3) LEC. Pr. Departmental approval. ENGR 1110/1113 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING (2) LEC. PFEN 4500 FIBER REINFORCED MATERIALS (3) LEC. 45. AERO 8990/8996 RESEARCH AND DISSERTATION (1-10) DSR. Theory and practice of designing interfaces for interactive systems, usability engineering techniques; implementing and evaluating interfaces. 3. Overview of the human body systems and evaluation of the physiological response of the human body to occupational activities with emphasis on task design.

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