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CET - Constr & Engr Tech
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- SOIL MECHANICS(3.00)
Prerequisite: MET 237. This course will cover the aspects of the design and construction of structural steel and reinforced concrete for construction engineering technology students. This will include the design of beans, slabs and columns a well review of the connection of these structural members as encountered in practice.
- STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS IN CONST(3.00)
Corequisite: CET 317. An introduction to heavy construction practices. Emphasis is on construction equipment, site preparation, earthmoving, compaction, dewatering, piles, drilling and blasting, and tunnelling. Case studies in heavy construction are used.
- CONSTRUCTION PROCEDURS I(3.00)
Prerequisites: CIS 101 or equivalent; basic courses in steel and concrete design, fluids/_hydraulics, and surveying; access to a personal computer is also needed. An introduction to construction computing using menu-driven software programs. Application of available software to construction-related computing problems, including: strength of materials, structural analysis, fluids/ hydraulics, surveying, scheduling, cost estimating, and computerized drafting (CAD).
- CONSTRUCTION COMPUTING(3.00)
Corequisite: CET 317. An introduction to the New Jersey Uniform Construction Code, the BOCA National Building Code, NJ DOT Standard Specifications and the CSI specification format. A code analysis of a typical construction project is undertaken.
- CONSTRUCTN REGS & STANDA(3.00)
Prerequisite: CET 233. Study of types and behavior of modern structures using both analytical and intuitive techniques. Examples include beam and column, one- and two-way slab systems, wood and ma-sonry systems, and wind and seismic analysis.
- STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS(3.00)
Prerequisites: CET 313, CET 314, CET 317. Take off of quantities of materials from typical building and highway projects. Pricing for labor, materials, and equipment. Crew sizes, productivity and manpower leveling. Computerized cost estimating and take off methods. Prepare a complete bid estimate for a construction project.
- COST ESTIMATING(3.00)
Prerequisites: Senior standing in construction enginerring technology or contructions management technology. An introduction to construction management and administration methods and procedures including the design and construction process, project organizational structure, construction planning, contract administration, records and reports, financial management, risk analysis, manual and computerized GANTT and CPM scheduling, change orders and extra work, claims and disputes, cost accounting and document tracking.
- CONTRUCTN PROJ MANAGEMNT(3.00)
Prerequisite: CET 331. Exposure to a variety of construction-related field tests and field testing equipment. Includes concrete mix design, concrete testing, soil density and compaction, asphalt tests, load testing of wood, mortar analysis and testing, brick and CMU testing, and quality control methods and procedures for finishes.
- CONSTRUCTION TESTING(3.00)
Prerequisite: Senior standing in construction engineering technology. The student works on one or more individually selected projects guided by the department staff. The project must be construction related and may include planning, research (library or lab), engineering report, and statistical, analytical, or field investigation. Any of these may follow class-inspired direction, or the students may branch out on their own. The project(s) of each student must be completed and professionally presented by assigned due date for appropriate review and recording of accomplishments.
- SENIOR PROJECT(3.00)
Prerequisite: Senior standing in construction engineering technology. The student works on an individually selected project guided by the department staff. The project may be design- or construction-related and may include research, engineering design, technical report, or field investigation. Requirements will include a written submittal.
- SPECIAL PROJECTS(1.00)
Prerequisite: Senior standing in construction engineering technology. The student works on a selected project guided by the department staff. The project may be design- or construction-related and may include research, engineering design, technical report or field investigation. Requirements will include a written submittal.
- SPECIAL PROJECTS(2.00)
Prerequisites: Approval of the department, and permission of the Office of Cooperative Education and Internships. Provides major-related work experience as co-op/intern. Mandatory participation in seminars and completion of requirements that include a report and/or project.Note: Normal grading applies to this COOP Experience
- CO-OP INTERNSHIP(3.00)
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