Fundamentals of Civil Engineering – McCuen, Ezzell, Wong – 1st Edition


While the ASCE Body of (BOK2) is the codified source for all technical and non-technical information necessary for those seeking to attain licensure in civil , recent graduates have notoriously been lacking in the non-technical aspects even as they excel in the technical.

Fundamentals of : An Introduction to the ASCE Body of Knowledge addresses this shortfall and helps budding develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes suggested and implied by the BOK2. Written as a resource for all of the non-technical outcomes not specifically covered in the BOK2, it details fundamental aspects of fourteen outcomes addressed in the second edition of the ASCE Body of Knowledge and encourages a broader perspective and understanding of the role of civil in society as well as the reciprocal influence between and social evolution.

With discussion and group activities at the end of each chapter, topics covered include humanities and social , experimentation, sustainability, contemporary issues and historical perspectives, risk and uncertainty, communication, public policy, globalization, leadership and teamwork, and professional and ethical responsibilities.

Suitable for both current and former in pursuit of further breadth and depth of knowledge and professional maturity, this primer promotes introspection, self-evaluation, and self-. It details those attitudes that are essential to the achievement of personal and professional success and advancement to positions of leadership, and encourages an appreciation of the human values that are fundamental to professional practice.

Table of Content

Social Sciences
Contemporary Issues and Historical Perspectives
Risk and Uncertainty
Public Policy
Lifelong Learning
Professional and Ethical Responsibilities
Appendix A: Communication
Appendix B: Creativity and Innovation

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