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M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Applied Data Science: Infrastructure and Natural Hazards Domain
Design of smart cities requires multidisciplinary approaches to the planning, analysis, design, and health monitoring of infrastructure components like buildings and bridges. The curriculum in this domain challenges students to collect data related to structural system behavior, and master fundamental concepts of data science and computational methods as applied for structural reliability and safety.
The infrastructure and natural hazards domain provides a flexible curriculum with an emphasis on student mentoring and hands-on, practice-based learning. The department has considerable strength in structural health monitoring and the spatial assessment of natural hazards. Students in this domain will:
Our curriculum combines academic rigor with small classes in a supportive and engaging learning environment. Students can choose 4 classes focused on infrastructure and natural hazards, including:
Note: These track courses can be replaced with other graduate courses, with the consent of advisor.
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