Sponsored by COPRI and the COPRI Ports and Harbors Committee Certificate in Port Engineering Task Committee
Course Dates: January 27 – April 17, 2020
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For the past almost 30 years, engineers at port authorities, consulting firms have no educational background in wave mechanics, wave/current forces on marine structures, or mooring/berthing loads onto structures. And with very few universities teaching this material, the only way it’s usually learned is by working in the field. These 5 ‐ 6 modules (none in parallel) provide the background in marine/port engineering, and the prospective student will have an appreciation of the 3 issues and problems associated with this field. At the very least, the student will know what questions to ask and the background/references provided in these modules are the basis for port engineering.
Martin L. Eskijian P.E., D.PE, (Ret.), M. ASCE and
William M. Bruin P.E. D.PE, M.ASCE
Learning outcomes are assessed through multiple tests, interactive knowledge checks, and case studies, as well as weekly forum participation throughout the course.
2.3 CEUs / 23 PDHs
Early Bird Rate (until January 13): Member $1395 | Non-Member $1695
Regular Rate (after January 13): Member $1695 | Non-Member $1995
Course Duration: 12 weeks
Expected sitting time per week: Up to 3 hours
Total video lecture content: 18 hours
Total interactive exercises: 3 hours