Engineering Online

Engineering Online at The University of Texas at Arlington allows students to take fully accredited graduate-level engineering courses online.

Engineering Online at The University of Texas at Arlington allows students to take fully accredited graduate-level engineering courses online. For questions about Engineering Online, contact Donya Randolph-Henry at 817-272-2352 or engineeringonline@uta.edu.

Current Students Beginning of the Semester Steps

  1. How to Access Videos
    1. 1. As an Online student, you will have access to your courses through Canvas. Once you have logged into Canvas click on your course.  To view videos, click on the “Echo360” link on the left-hand side of your screen.  At this time, you will be able to access your videos by the date of the recording. It may take a few hours after the end of the on-campus class to process and upload the video to your Canvas course page.
    2. Please Note: Your Canvas course section number may be different then the section number registered for in your MyMav account. Course sections may be merged together on Canvas for ease of maintenance for the professor and staff.
  2. Email Instructor to Introduce Yourself
  3. Choose a Testing Option
  4. Be sure your computer web browser is up-to-date
  5. Have access to a Printer & Scanner

Testing

Engineering Online Student Requirements

***unless otherwise stated by your instructor***

  1. All exams ARE TO BE TAKEN THE SAME DAY as the on-campus class section.
  2. Exam arrangements are to be made BEFORE the exam is given and must have instructor permission.
  3. All online students are REQUIRED to complete the Testing Center Registration Form.

Testing Options

  1. On-Campus with the in-class students. (please obtain permission from your instructor)
  2. UTA Testing Center.
  3. Off-Campus Testing Center (check with your local universities/community colleges)

Students Located Outside of the United States

  1. Locate a testing center which also tests for professional exams such as the GRE and GMAT exams.

Student Testing Responsibilities Are To

  1. Locate an approved testing center.
  2. Communicate with the testing center to be sure they will proctor/administer your exam.
  3. Pay any testing center fees.
  4. Fill out and submit the Testing Center Registration Form.
  5. Contact the Engineering Online office should you need to change your Testing Center.

Failure to complete the Testing Center Registration form by the deadline may result in a delay in sending your exam(s), which may affect your exam grade(s).

Testing Center Registration Form

The Testing Center Registration form needs only to be completed once per semester.
Forms are automatically submitted to the Engineering Online Office.

Testing Center Registration Form

Proctoring

What is a proctor and why do I need one?

  • A proctor is a person who monitors students taking exams.
  • To ensure the integrity of the assessment process it is the responsibility of the proctor to see that students follow an instructors guidelines for each exam.
  • Proctors must be unbiased individuals who, in general, have no personal association or affiliation with the student(s) they proctor.
  • No company employee (managers, co-workers, etc.) is allowed to act as a proctor.
  • Proctoring in a private residence or setting is NOT permissible.

I've never had a proctor before. Where should I start?

  • National College Testing Association is an association of testing centers that wish to have their services listed for students needing proctoring services.
  • http://www.ncta-testing.org/find-a-cctc-participant
  • If you are not able to locate an acceptable testing site using the link above; review the information on who is allowed to act as a proctor and locate an organization that meets our criteria.
  • Once you have located a suitable proctor, fill out and submit the Off-Campus Proctor Registration Form.

Acceptable Proctors

  • Testing Centers affiliated with the National Testing Association (NCTA)
    http://www.ncta-testing.org
  • Testing Centers located at accredited post-secondary colleges/community colleges or universities - including, but not limited to those listed on NCTA (*those listed on NCTA are not the only testing centers available. Many schools not listed offer testing services).
  • Certified librarians currently employed in public or private libraries or colleges and universities.
  • ProctorU (not an option for paper exams and not available for all courses)
  • Professional Learning/tutoring centers
  • Educational officers of a corporation or military branch

Unacceptable Proctors

  • Relatives or spouses/partners/significant others
  • Friends and/or roommates
  • Co-workers, supervisors or business associates
  • Peers
  • Undergraduate students
  • Athletic coaches
  • Anyone who does not have a professional email address (Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, etc. are unacceptable)
  • Anyone who cannot provide a computer with internet access for up to 2 or 3 hours
  • Anyone who cannot monitor the student during the exam.

At what locations am I allowed to take my exams?

  • Testing Centers or Libraries.
  • Exams MUST be taken at the center or library business locations.
  • Proctoring in a private residence or setting is NOT permissible.

Do proctors charge for their services?

  • Students should check with the testing center or proctor about any charges levied.
  • Any charges are the responsibility of the student.

Are there any technical requirements needed by proctors?

  • Proctors must have access to the Internet.
  • Proctors should have an official business email account (not free email accounts like hotmail, gmail, yahoo, etc).
  • The proctor should also have access to a printer and scanner.

Can I use a proctor that was previously used?

  • Yes, you may use a previous proctor. Be sure to check with the proctor to be certain they are still willing to proctor for you.
  • If so, fill out and submit the appropriate proctor registration form.

May I change proctors?

  • Yes, please fill out and submit a new test registration form.

Forms

Forms are automatically submitted to the Engineering Online Office

 


Courses Offered Summer 2020

Aerospace Engineering

  • AE 5331 Analytic Methods in Engineering
  • AE 5368 Flight Vehicle Synthesis & Systems Engineering

Architectural Engineering

  • AREN 3301 Stochastic Models for Civil Engineering
  • AREN 3311 Construction Engineering
  • AREN 3341 Structural Analysis
  • AREN 3343 Soil Mechanics
  • AREN 4347 Reinforced Concrete Design
  • AREN 4348 Structural Design in Steel

Civil Engineering

  • CE 3301 Stochastic Models for Civil Engineering
  • CE 3302 Transportation Engineering
  • CE 3305 Basic Fluid Mechanics
  • CE 3311 Construction Engineering
  • CE 3334 Principles of Environmental Engineering
  • CE 3341 Structural Analysis
  • CE 3342 Water Resources Engineering
  • CE 3343 Soil Mechanics
  • CE 4301 Adv Topics in CE with Lab
  • CE 4303 Construction Management
  • CE 4320 Earth Structures Design
  • CE 4332 Construction Equipment, Methods & Management
  • CE 4347 Reinforced Concrete Design
  • CE 4348 Structural Design in Steel
  • CE 5306 Structural Design in Steel
  • CE 5312 Advanced Concrete Design I
  • CE 5321 Engineering For Environmental Scientists
  • CE 5342 Construction Management
  • CE 5344 Construction Methods: Field Operations
  • CE 5350 Risk Management
  • CE 5367 Design of Earth Structures
  • CE 5374 Ground Improvement
  • CE 5378 Construction Contracts, Specifications & Administration
  • CE 5388 Pipeline Construction & Trenchless Technology

Construction Management

  • CM 3313 Construction Estimating I
  • CM 4357 Sustainable Building Practice
  • CM 5342 Construction Management
  • CM 5344 Construction Methods: Field Operations
  • CM 5350 Risk Management
  • CM 5378 Construction Contracts, Specifications & Administration
  • CM 5388 Pipeline Construction & Trenchless Technology

Electrical Engineering

  • EE 5302 Random Signals & Noise
  • EE 5375 Power System Distribution

Industrial Engineering

  • IE 5318 Applied Regression Analysis
  • IE 5333 Logistics Transportation Systems Design

Mechanical Engineering

  • ME 5312 Continuum Mechanics
  • ME 5318 Radiative Heat Transfer
  • ME 5331 Analytic Methods in Engineering
 

Courses Offered Fall 2020

Aerospace Engineering

  • AE 5101 Graduate Seminar
  • AE 5300 Preparatory Course for AE
  • AE 5301 Advanced Topics in AE
  • AE 5302 Adv Flight Mechanics
  • AE 5304 Advanced Mechanics of Materials
  • AE 5305 Dynamic Systems Modeling
  • AE 5310 Finite Element Methods
  • AE 5310 Finite Element Methods
  • AE 5311 Structural Dynamics
  • AE 5313 Fluid Dynamics
  • AE 5314 Fracture Mechanics in Structural Design
  • AE 5315 Fundamentals of Composites
  • AE 5320 Design Optimization
  • AE 5323 Engineering Research Methods
  • AE 5325 Combustion
  • AE 5327 Computational Aerodynamics I
  • AE 5331 Analytic Methods in Engineering
  • AE 5342 Gas Dynamics
  • AE 5348 Hypersonic Propulsion
  • AE 5363 Intro to Rotorcraft Analysis
  • AE 5368 Flight Vehicle Synthesis & Systems Engineering
  • AE 5381 Boundary Layers
  • AE 5385 High Temperature Gasdynamics
  • AE 5386 Wind & Ocean Current Energy Harvesting Fundamentals
  • AE 6311 Advanced Structural Analysis

Architectural Engineering

  • AREN 3301 Stochastic Models for Civil Engineering
  • AREN 3311 Construction Engineering
  • AREN 3331 Mechanical and Electrical Systems
  • AREN 3341 Structural Analysis
  • AREN 3343 Soil Mechanics
  • AREN 4347 Reinforced Concrete Design
  • AREN 4348 Structural Design in Steel
  • AREN 4352 Professional Practice

Civil Engineering

  • CE 3210 Civil Engineering Communications
  • CE 3301 Stochastic Models for CE
  • CE 3302 Transportation Engineering
  • CE 3305 Basic Fluid Mechanics
  • CE 3311 Construction Engineering
  • CE 3334 Principles of Environmental Engineering
  • CE 3341 Structural Analysis
  • CE 3342 Water Resources Engineering
  • CE 3343 Soil Mechanics
  • CE 3347 Reinforced Concrete Design
  • CE 4303 Construction Contracts, Specifications & Administration
  • CE 4304 Construction Contracts, Specifications & Administration
  • CE 4307 Construction Sustainability
  • CE 4308 Temporary Structures
  • CE 4311 Urban Transportation Infrastructure Planning
  • CE 4313 Traffic Engineering
  • CE 4321 Foundation Engineering
  • CE 4322 Applications with Geosynthetics
  • CE 4323 Landfill Design
  • CE 4324 Mechanics of Materials II
  • CE 4325 Fundamentals of Finite Element Methods
  • CE4332 Construction Equipment, Methods & Management
  • CE 4348 Structural Design In Steel
  • CE 4350 Intro to Air Pollution
  • CE 4351 Physical Unit Processes
  • CE 4352 Professional Practice
  • CE 4355 Design of Water & Wastewater Treatment Facilities
  • CE 4358 Open Conduit System
  • CE 4360 Design of Structural Masonry
  • CE 4361 Adv Reinforced Concrete Design
  • CE 4365 Structural Wood Design
  • CE 5303 Intro into Finite Elements
  • CE 5306 Structural Steel Design
  • CE 5307 Structural Timber Design
  • CE 5308 Structural Masonry Design
  • CE 5311 Adv Steel Design I
  • CE 5312 Adv Concrete Design I
  • CE 5314 Advanced Steel Design II
  • CE 5315 Adv Mechanics of Materials
  • CE 5318 Physical Chemical Processes I
  • CE 5320 Temporary Structures
  • CE 5321 Engineering for Environmental Scientists
  • CE 5324 Infrastructure Reliability & Monitoring
  • CE 5326 Water & Wastewater Treatment Facilities Design
  • CE 5327 Construction Estimating & Scheduling
  • CE 5328 Fundamentals of Air Pollution
  • CE 5331 Traffic Engineering Operations
  • CE 5335 Airport Engineering
  • CE 5337 Urban Transportation Planning
  • CE 5339 Statistics for Construction
  • CE 5340 Construction Project Acquisition
  • CE 5342 Construction Management
  • CE 5344 Construction Methods: Field Operations
  • CE 5345 Infrastructure Evaluation, Maintenance & Renewal
  • CE 5346 Open Channel Flow
  • CE 5350 Risk Management
  • CE 5355 Construction Materials
  • CE 5357 Hydrologic Techniques
  • CE 5362 Rigid Pavements
  • CE 5364 Foundation Analysis & Design
  • CE 5365 Theoretical Soil Mechanics
  • CE 5370 Experimental Soil Mechanics
  • CE 5372 Geosynthetics
  • CE 5375 Geotechnical Aspects of Landfills
  • CE 5377 Construction Project Management & Job Costing
  • CE 5378 Construction Contracts, Specs & Admin
  • CE 5382 Construction Sustainability
  • CE 5387 Construction Productivity

Construction Management

  • CM 3313 Construction Estimating I
  • CM 3315 Construction Law & Ethics
  • CM 3331 Mechanical & Electrical Systems
  • CM 3335 Soils & Foundation in Construction
  • CM 3337 Construction Administration & Economics
  • CM 3339 Construction Safety
  • CM 3341 Construction Design
  • CM 4304 Construction Contracts
  • CM 4315 Constructions Estimating II
  • CM 4317 Construction Scheduling
  • CM 4332 Construction Field Operations
  • CM 4337 Land & Site Development
  • CM 4353 Residential & Commercial Construction
  • CM 5339 Statistics for Construction
  • CM 5340 Construction Project Acquisiton
  • CM 5342 Construction Management
  • CM 5344 Construction Methods: Field Operations
  • CM 5345 Infrastructure Evaluation, Maintenance & Renewal
  • CM 5350 Risk Management
  • CM 5355 Construction Materials
  • CM 5377 Construction Project Management & Job Costing
  • CM 5378 Construction Contracts, Specifications & Administration
  • CM 5379 Construction Cost Estimating
  • CM 5382 Construction Sustainability
  • CM 5386 Construction Planning & Scheduling
  • CM 5387 Construction Productivity

Electrical Engineering

  • EE 5307 Linear Systems Engineering
  • EE 5308 Power System Modeling & Analysis
  • EE 5322 Intelligent Control Systems
  • EE 5327 System Identification & Estimation
  • EE 5329 Topics in Systems Engineering
  • EE 5329 Topics in Systems Engineering
  • EE 5344 Intro to MEMS
  • EE 5350 Digital Signal Processing
  • EE 5351 Digital Video Coding
  • EE 5353 Neural Networks
  • EE 5362 Digital Communications
  • EE 6367 Adv Wireless Communications

Industrial Engineering

  • IE 5301 Intro to Operations Research
  • IE 5303 Quality Systems
  • IE 5304 Advanced Engineering Economy
  • IE 5314 Safety Engineering
  • IE 5317 Intro to Statistics
  • IE 5318 Applied Regression Analysis
  • IE 5329 Production & Inventory Control Systems
  • IE 5351 Intro to Systems Engineering
  • IE 5353 Systems Architecture & Design
  • IE 6302 Facilities Planning & Design
  • IE 6306 Engineering Management II
  • IE 6318 Data Mining & Analytics

Mechanical Engineering

  • ME 5101 Graduate Seminar
  • ME 5305 Dynamic Systems Modeling
  • ME 5310 Finite Element Methods
  • ME 5310 Finite Element Methods
  • ME 5311 Structural Dynamics
  • ME 5313 Fluid Dynamics
  • ME 5314 Fracture Mechanics in Structural Design
  • ME 5315 Fundamentals of Composites
  • ME 5316 Thermal Conduction
  • ME 5316 Thermal Conduction
  • ME 5320 Design Optimization
  • ME 5323 Engineering Research Methods
  • ME 5325 Combustion
  • ME 5326 Manufacturing Processes & Systems
  • ME 5331 Analytic Methods of Engineering
  • ME 5331 Analytic Methods of Engineering
  • ME 5342 Gas Dynamics
  • ME 5352 Fundamentals in Electronic Packaging
  • ME 5363 Intro to Rotocraft Analysis
  • ME 5366 Fuel Cells & Applications
  • ME 5386 Wind & Ocean Current Energy Harvesting Fundamentals
  • ME 5390 Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering
  • ME 6311 Advanced Structural Analysis