Undergraduate Courses:

  • CE 175 – Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering
    Soil formation and identification; engineering properties of soils; fundamental aspects of soil characterization and response; soil-water movement; consolidation theory; site investigation techniques; laboratory testing.

Graduate Courses:

  • CE 270 – Advanced Geomechanics
    Advanced treatment of topics in soil mechanics; consolidation and settlement analysis; shear strength of granular and cohesive soils; slope stability analysis.
  • CE 272 – Numerical Modeling in Geomechanics
    Constitutive models for geotechnical materials; critical state soil mechanics; application of numerical methods in geotechnical engineering.