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This certificate program focuses on the design of structural components and systems.  It enables students to broaden and deepen their knowledge in this area of structural engineering by learning the most up-to-date code-based theory and design practice.   The Structural Design Graduate Certificate has a basis in steel and concrete building design, with optional courses applying to various materials, structures, and applications.

 The certificate program offers an opportunity for practicing engineers to enhance their structural design skills without necessarily completing a Master’s degree. The program consists of four courses (12 credit-hours).


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