Students enrolled in any option take most of their courses in the IME major area, but must take at least six hours but no more the twelve hours of coursework outside of the major area, in supporting areas of study (i.e. in a minor area). The intent of this requirement is to assure that coursework programs provide both depth and breadth. Students should consult with their faculty advisor for approval of courses in both the major and minor/supporting areas. A list of commonly chosen courses in the major area is included below. Please note that this list is not exhaustive and simply provides examples. More information and complete syllabi from recent offerings of the courses are available: https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/student/coursedocs/nlogon/

Examples of courses commonly chosen in the IME major area

  • CE 391Q Bituminous Materials
  • CE 393 Advanced Concrete Materials
  • CE 393C Experimental Methods in Cement Chemistry
  • CE 393N Novel Structural Materials
  • CE 397 Advanced Characterization of Bituminous Materials
  • CE 397 Characterization of Viscoelastic Materials
  • CE 397 Concrete Durability
  • CE 397 Evaluation, Materials, and Techniques for Concrete Repair
  • CE 397 Flow and Viscoelasticity in Cement-Based Materials
  • CE 397 Structural Fire Engineering
  • CE 397 Sustainable Materials
  • CE 397 Sustainable Pavement Engineering
  • CE 397F Forensic Engineering: Materials and Structures
  • CE 383P Prestressed Concrete
  • CE 391P Pavement Design
  • ARE 345K Masonry Engineering
  • ARE 362L Structural Design in Wood
  • ME 349 Corrosion Engineering
  • ME 378P Properties and Applications of Polymers
  • GEO 391N Analytical Techniques and Applications in Geology
  • ARC 385T Materials Conservation: Field Methods (or Laboratory Methods)