Computers in Civil Engineering Education at Clemson University

by Subhash C. Anand, Clemson Univ, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Computer Utilization in Structural Engineering


This paper describes the current use of computers in the civil engineering undergraduate education of students at Clemson Univrsity, the land-grant university of the State of South Carolina. It is evident that computers, particularly microcomputers, have been well integrated into most of the required civil engineering courses. Clemson graduates, therefore, should find it relatively easy to adapt to the various computing environments that are currently available in the government and industry. The University, College, and Department, on the other hand, also seem ready to respond to the inevitable changes that are occurring in the computing technology.

Subject Headings: Engineering education | Computing in civil engineering | Systems engineering | Structural engineering | Computer analysis | Colleges and universities | Geotechnical engineering | South Carolina | United States

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