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Guided Online Courses

  • ASCE announces new asynchronous online instructor-led programs in which you move through a 6 or 12-week learning experience with your peers.

  • The Guided Online Course content includes video lectures, interactive exercises, case studies, live webinars and weekly discussion topics to help you master the course material.

    Unlimited, 24/7 accessibility to weekly modules. Complete coursework at the time and pace that is most convenient for you, using your own devices.

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    How It Works

    Drinking Water Treatment Technology

    The 12-week course begins: Monday, January 23, 2017 and ends: Friday, April 14, 2017

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    Drinking Water Technologies are rapidly changing to meet a variety of regulatory requirements, emerging contaminants, and customer demands. This course will focus on understanding how these technologies work and when to apply them. Knowing the breadth and depth of drinking water technologies is important for anyone involved in drinking water. Learn more!

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    Earthquake Engineering for Structures

    The 12-week course begins: Monday, January 23, 2017 and ends: Friday, April 14, 2017

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    This course introduces the fundamental concepts of earthquake engineering, and provides the foundation for understanding the analysis and design requirements in ASCE 7. Covered in the course are seismic hazard analysis, structural dynamics, development of response spectra, inelastic behavior of structures, seismic resistant structural systems, and seismic load analysis. Learn more!

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    Quantity Take-Off: Structures

    The 6-week course begins: Monday, January 23, 2017 and ends: Friday, March 3, 2017

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    This course teaches the fundamentals of construction cost estimating, including the development of a work breakdown structure. Technical focus is on QTO for typical structural systems, including earthwork, reinforced concrete, and brick/block.

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    Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit of Existing Buildings

    The 12-week course begins: Monday, January 23, 2017 and ends: Friday, April 14, 2017

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    As providing sustainable and disaster resilience infrastructure continues to be at the forefront of the national discourse, existing buildings are coming under greater scrutiny. Whether it is an adaptive reuse project triggering a retrofit from the local jurisdiction or an owner looking to enhance the safety of their property, seismic evaluation and retrofit are topics structural engineers are frequently confronted with. This course seeks to demystify the commonly used standards and to explain the differences between seismic evaluation and retrofit of an existing building and new building design. Learn more!     

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    The Foundation for Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Infrastructure Asset Management

    The 12-week course begins: Monday, January 23, 2017 and ends: Friday, April 14, 2017

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    The main intent of this course is to familiarize practitioners with applications of GIS within asset management and with methods to quickly capitalize on the efficiencies of using GIS in infrastructure management applications. General GIS and asset management concepts will be covered throughout this introductory course. Learn more!     

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  • Benefits of the Guided Online Course

    • Highly interactive
    • Instructor-led programs
    • Video lectures
    • Weekly discussion board topics
    • Interactive exercises and case studies
    • Modules to complete weekly, at the time and pace that is most convenient for you
    • Mobile-friendly
  • Course Details

    Course Duration: 6 or 12 weeks
    Expected sitting time per week: Up to 2.5 hours
    Total video lecture content: 16 hours
    Total interactive exercises: 3 hours
    CEUs: 1.0 or 2.0

  • Questions?

    Contact the Continuing Education Department

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