Earthquake and Wind Engineering Design (Certificate)

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Students in the Certificate in Earthquake and Wind Engineering Design program take a minimum of four courses in topics such as wind and earthquake engineering, reinforced concrete and steel composite structures, and seismic design of structures.

Program Overview

Students in the Certificate in Earthquake and Wind Engineering Design program take a minimum of four courses in topics such as wind and earthquake engineering, reinforced concrete and steel composite structures, and seismic design of structures.

Career Opportunities

An advanced education opens up a variety of career opportunities.

Certificate programs typically require a set of three to four courses that must be completed in three years with a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Note: some courses in the certificate program may have prerequisites.

Students who are admitted to master’s degree programs may apply coursework previously taken in a certificate program toward the requirements for the master’s degree.

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