Autodesk Civil Engineering Curriculum 2010
This broad project-based curriculum teaches civil engineering concepts that can be implemented from the freshman to senior levels. The curriculum covers four overarching concepts, including land development/site design, environmental design, transportation design, and geospatial information. Faculty can present engineering design principles using various information modeling techniques and sustainable design methodologies. The curriculum logically guides students through engineering concepts and techniques based on real project data and design criteria. At the end of the civil engineering course, students will have a better understanding of how to use information modeling in civil engineering design.
This curriculum contains an instructor guide that outlines concepts, learning objectives, and questions and answers, which are also accompanied by presentation teaching tools, including on-screen video files.
Each unit is mirrored by a student workbook unit that provides project-based exercises that support the four civil engineering concepts with information modeling techniques.
These videos support the Autodesk Civil Engineering curriculum and help to demonstrate the engineering concepts found in the curriculum materials.
The datasets are used in conjunction with the student workbook to work through the provided exercises.
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