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Courses and Descriptions

CIVL-3018Applied Research Project

The Applied Research Project (ARP) is an opportunity for students to demonstrate the knowledge and skills that they have gained in Structural Technology. In consultation with an advisor, students choose a project topic that interests them. The project requires an extension of knowledge beyond coursework, or a synthesis of knowledge gained in more than one course. Students must aim to create new knowledge, make new connections within existing knowledge, or transfer knowledge to new areas of application. Students work on this project in a small group, or may request permission to work independently. Students may choose to conduct experimental work in the laboratory, design a structure, or conduct a case study. After completing all engineering calculations and analysis, students submit a written project report and give an oral presentation.

Other Course Prerequisites

Must be taking the six other third year Structural Engineering Technology courses concurrently.

Must have successfully completed all first and second year courses.

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