Soil Engineering for Non-Soils Engineers and Technicians

Learn how and when to select your soil tests, interpret their reports and specifications, and what field conditions are unsafe for your workers. Through practice-based examples, you’ll understand the three main engineering properties of soil strength, settlement, and permeability.

In addition, you’ll learn applied soil compaction, soil improvement techniques and the use of geosynthetics in earthworks. Upon completion of this course, you will have information directly applicable to your workplace and be prepared to continue on your own with further study of soil and ground engineering.

Practice Area: Geotechnical & Coastal

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