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The Department of Biomedical Engineering at Florida International University offers a curriculum designed to give the student a thorough understanding of the basic laws of science and simultaneously to stimulate and develop creative and innovative thinking, a professional attitude, economic judgment, and environmental consciousness. The aim is to develop the student’s potential to the fullest, to prepare the student for superior performance as a biomedical engineer, and to provide the student with the fundamental principles necessary for pursuing advanced study in the diverse fields of engineering, science, and business.
↑CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
The mission of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department is to teach, conduct research and serve the community through professional development and technology transfer. The CEE intends to provide a quality educational opportunity for students that encourages leadership, creativity, achievement, the habit of individual inquiry, and the capacity for lifelong learning. The CEE is committed to providing graduates who improve the quality of life, meet the needs of industry and government, and contribute to the economic competitiveness of Florida and the nation. The CEE strives to attain a level of research and scholarly productivity benefiting a major research university and warranting national and international recognition for excellence.
CCE 4031 Project Planning for Civil Engineering
CEG 4011 - Geotechnical Engineering I
CEG 4126 - Fundamentals of Pavement Design
CGN 4980 - Civil Engineering Seminar
ENV 3001 - Introduction to Environmental Engineering
ENV 4551 - Wastewater Trtmt Eng
ENV 4960 - Environmental Engineering Seminar
ENV 4330 - Hazardous Waste Site Assessment
ENV 5335 - Advanced Hazardous Waste Treatment Processes
ENV 5517 - Des Wstwater Trea
TTE 4201 - Transportation Traffic Engineering
TTE 5835 - Pavement Design
↑ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
The field of Electrical and Computer Engineering remains the most exciting and diversified field of study; a field that continues to permeate all aspects of our society and bring the most positive change to our way of life. The curriculum provides an emphasis toward engineering concepts and designs in the varied and rapidly expanding disciplines within the field of electrical and computer engineering. Students, with the counsel and guidance of faculty, student advisor and graduate coordinator, choose their elective program around their own special interests from a broad range of electives in such fields as: 1) Circuits, Electronics and Electronic Materials; 2) Communications and Electromagnetics; 3) Computer Engineering; 4) Digital Signal Processing and Biomedical Electronics; 5) Power Systems; 6) Solid State Devices; and 7) Systems and Control. These study areas are supported by 12 research centers and laboratories and 9 teaching laboratories. Our faculty continuously seeks funding to advance their research interests, upgrade or create new labs, and provide support for our graduate and undergraduate students.
EEE 4343 - Introduction to Digital Electronics
EEE 6719 - Cyberphysical Systems Security
EEL 3120 - Introduction to Linear Systems in Engineering
EEL 4734 - Embedded Operating Systems
EEL 5278 - Smart Grid Cyber Security and Intelligent Electronic Devices
EIN 3235 - Evaluation of Engineering Data I
The Master’s in Engineering Management program is designed to offer one of the most appropriate management degrees for those individuals who would like to advance to managerial positions and wish to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills for success. The MSEM curriculum integrates theoretical concepts, case studies and computer software in a simulated business environment where students are challenged to make decisions that have organizational wide impact. Students in the program will have the opportunity to use and learn contemporary software and specialize in a chosen field of study.
↑MECHANICAL AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING
The Mechanical and Materials Engineering Department at Florida International University (FIU) offers a curriculum which is designed to give the student a thorough understanding of the basic laws of science and to simultaneously stimulate and develop creative thinking, a professional attitude, economic judgment and environmental consciousness. The aim is to develop the student’s potential to the fullest, to prepare the student for superior performance as a mechanical engineer, and to provide the student with the fundamental principles necessary for pursuing advanced study in the diverse fields of engineering, science and business.
EGM 4350 - Fea In Mech Engr
EML 4804 -Intro Mechatronics
↑SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION
The Moss School of Construction’s mission is to provide enlightened leadership to the construction industry through its graduates; to increase and to improve the body of working knowledge; and to promote the interdisciplinary transfer of technology. The Department also strives to produce professional construction managers who are informed and participating citizens with a sense of civic duty and responsibility; persons with a sense of dignity whose actions express high moral and ethical standards; and professionals who strive to comprehend the impact of their work on their own intellectual and spiritual life as well as on the society in which they live.
BCN 1272 - Plans Interpretation
BCN 2402 - Structural Design I
BCN 3720 - Construction Scheduling I
BCN 3762 - Building Codes
BCN 4431 - Structural Design II
BCN 4724 - Construction Scheduling II
BCN 5766 - Codes and Regulations
↑SCHOOL OF COMPUTING AND INFORMATION SCIENCE
The School of Computing and Information Sciences was formed in 1987 from the former Department of Mathematical Sciences. The mission of the School has several dimensions, consistent with the overall mission of the University and consistent with its role as part of the College of Engineering and Computing. To offer graduate degree programs leading to both the MS and PhD degrees. The MS program provides professionals now working in the field to update their knowledge and skills, as well as providing traditional students the opportunity to increase their abilities, knowledge, and value to future employers. The PhD program will prepare students for research and teaching at universities and/or to conduct basic and applied research in industry or government agencies. Because of a national shortage of PhD level researchers and faculty in Computer Science, the recent development of the PhD program in Computer Science provides the responsibility as well as the opportunity to make an especially significant contribution.