Structural Engineering


Structural engineering is traditionally viewed as a branch of civil engineering dealing with the analysis and design of structures to support or resist loads. The curriculum is designed to provide students with (a) a foundation to pursue graduate studies or a career in structural engineering and (b) an understanding of the theory, behavior, and design of individual structural elements and structural systems.

Please contact Dr. William Barry in Reiners Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering if you are interested in this program.

Required Engineering Science Courses

ES 223 Dynamics                        
ES  243 Solid Mechanics 

Required Structural Engineering Breadth Courses

CE 3201 Civil Engineering Materials Laboratory                        
CE 3203 Civil Engineering Materials
CE 3501 Structural Analysis Lab 
CE 3503 Structural Analysis I 
CE 3521 Structural Design Lab 
CE 3523 Structural Design I
CE 4503 Structural Analysis II
CE 4523 Advanced Structural Design 

Select two from the following courses:
MAE 453 Mechanical Vibrations
CE 4553 Timber Design
CE 4563 Bridge Engineering
CE 4713 Foundation Engineering

Total Minor Program:  30 credit hours

For a complete description of the above requirements, please go to the Course Catalog

Program Information


Structural Engineering Minor


30 hours



Campus Location

Angola, IN