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  Students may take some undergraduate courses as part of their course work for an advanced degree. The advanced undergraduate courses in geotechnical engineering, and the professors who have taught them recently are:

CE 357 - Geotechnical Engineering (all geotech faculty)
Index properties and classification of soils; soil permeability and pore water movement; stresses in soil and the effective stress concept; soil compressibility, consolidation, and settlements; shear strength of soil; engineering soil properties and their measurement. Fall and Spring semesters. Click here for a recent syllabus.

CE 360K - Foundation Engineering (Gilbert, Rathje, Stokoe,)
Effect of geotechnical conditions on the behavior, proportioning, and choice of foundation type; design of shallow and deep foundations; study of foundation case histories. Fall and Spring semesters. Click here for a recent syllabus.

CE 375 - Earth Slopes & Retaining Structures (Wright, Zornberg)
Earth fills, excavations, and dams; soil compaction, ground improvement, and slope stability; seepage and dewatering; study of earth-pressure theories; design of earth-retaining structures. Spring semesters. Click here for a recent syllabus.

 
 
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