Geotechnics ME Courses
The following courses may be taught and used toward the Geotechnics degree, depending on instructor availability and student demand.
GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING COURSES:
- GEO ENG 5099 Research
- GEO ENG 5235 Environment Geological Engineering
- GEO ENG 5237 Geological Aspects of Environmental Geollogical Engineering
- GEO ENG 5315 Statistical Methods in Environmental Geology and Eng
- GEO ENG 5331 Subsurface Hydrogeology
- GEO ENG 5332 Fundamentals of Groundwater Hydrology
- GEO ENG 5381 Intermediate Subs.Hydrogeology and Cont. Trans. Mechs.
- GEO ENG 5415 Soil Mechanics for Geoprofessionals
- GEO ENG 5441 Engineering Geology and Geotechnics
- GEO ENG 5443 Subsurface Exploration
- GEO ENG 5471 Rock Engineering
- GEO ENG 5761 Transportation Applications of Geophysics
- GEO ENG 5782 Environmental and Engineering Geophysics
- GEO ENG 6099 Research
- GEO ENG 6235 Advance Concepts of Environmental Geological Engineering
- GEO ENG 6237 Adv. Geological & Geotechnical Design for Haz. Waste Sites
- GEO ENG 6400 Practice Oriented Project
- GEO ENG 6407 Inca Civilization Geotechnical Engineering Practices
- GEO ENG 6441 Engineering Geology and Geotechnics II
- GEO ENG 6477 Discontinuous Rock
- GEO ENG 6782 Surface Waves (MASW) and Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
- GEO ENG 6784 Advanced Engineering and Environmental Geophysics
MINING ENGINEERING COURSES:
- MIN ENG 4823 Rock Mechanics
- MIN ENG 4742 Environmental Aspects of Mining
- MIN ENG 6842 Advanced Rock Mechanics
EXPLOSIVES ENGINEERING COURSES:
- EXP ENG 5612 Principles of Explosives Engineering
- EXP ENG 5622 Blasting Design and Technology
- EXP ENG 6412 Environmental Controls for Blasting
CIVIL ENGINEERING COURSES:
- CIV ENG 5715 Intermediate Soil Mechanics
- CIV ENG 5716 Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
- CIV ENG 5729 Foundation Engineering II
- CIV ENG 5744 Geosynthetics in Engineering
- CIV ENG 6713 Dynamics of Earth Materials
- CIV ENG 6715 Advanced Soil Mechanics
- CIV ENG 6716 Soil Stabilization
- CIV ENG 6717 Earth Dams and Related Problems
1. Department prerequisites will apply to individual courses.
2. Students should check the Missouri S&T Course Catalog for course descriptions, and check with instructors to determine the method of delivery, and the amount, if any, of deviation from the in-class syllabus.
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