Programs

Course offerings


Undergraduate Courses


  • Structural Engineering (CEE 360)
  • Steel Structures I (CEE 460)
  • Reinforced Concrete I (CEE 461)
  • Design of Structural Systems (CEE 465)
  • Structural Analysis (CEE 470)



  • Graduate Courses

    (recommended core courses for M.S. students in italics)



    Analysis and Mechanics

  • Structural Analysis (CEE 470)
  • Structural Mechanics (CEE 471)
  • Structural Dynamics I (CEE 472)
  • Finite Element Methods (CEE 570)
  • Structural Dynamics II (CEE 573)
  • Nonlinear Finite Elements (CEE 576)

  • Structural Engineering

  • Steel Structures II (CEE 462)
  • Reinforced Concrete II (CEE 463)
  • Masonry Structures (CEE 467)
  • Prestressed Concrete (CEE 468)
  • Wood Structures (CEE 469)
  • Steel Structures III (CEE 560)
  • Reinforced Concrete III (CEE 561)
  • Earthquake Engineering (CEE 572)

  • Reliability

  • Decision & Risk Analysis (CEE 491)
  • Probabilistic Loads and Design (CEE 574)

  • Materials

  • Welding & Joining Processes (CEE 400)
  • Concrete Materials (CEE 401)
  • Fatigue & Fracture (CEE 575)

  • Geotechnical

  • Soil Mechanics & Behavior (CEE 483)
  • Applied Soil Mechanics (CEE 484)
  • Excavation and Support Systems (CEE 580)
  • Geotechnical Case Histories (CEE 584)
  • Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering (CEE 588)
  • Computational Geomechanics (CEE 589)

  • Computing

  • Computer Methods (CEE 490)
  • Rich selection of applied computer science courses in numerical analysis, graphics, parallel programming



  • All graduate students must register for the Structures Group Seminar Series(CEE 595S) every semester.


    A complete list of offered courses per term with their description is available at the University of Illinois Academic Catalog.