Civil Engineering (B.S.C.E.)

To graduate in this program, a minimum grade of C must be earned in all engineering, mathematics, and science courses used to satisfy the curriculum.

Any student majoring in civil engineering may accumulate no more than 14 credits of D or F in mathematics, science, technical elective or engineering courses that are used to satisfy graduation requirements. Included in this number are multiple repeats of a single class or single repeats in multiple classes and courses transferred from other institutions. A warning will be issued in writing to students who have accumulated 7 credits of D or F in mathematics, science, technical elective, or engineering classes used to satisfy curricular requirements.

Required course work includes the university requirements (see regulation J-3) and:

CE 115Introduction to Civil Engineering1
CE 211Engineering Surveying3
CE 215Civil Engineering Analysis and Design3
CE 322Hydraulics4
CE 325Fundamentals of Hydrologic Engineering3
CE 330Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering3
CE 342Theory of Structures3
CE 357Properties of Construction Materials4
CE 360Fundamentals of Geotechnical Engineering4
CE 372Fundamentals of Transportation Engineering3
CE 491Civil Engineering Professional Seminar1
CE 494Senior Design Project3
CHEM 111General Chemistry I3
CHEM 111LGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory1
ENGL 317Technical Writing3
ENGR 105Engineering Graphics2
ENGR 210Engineering Statics3
ENGR 220Engineering Dynamics3
ENGR 335Engineering Fluid Mechanics3
ENGR 350Engineering Mechanics of Materials3
ENGR 360Engineering Economy2
GEOL 111Physical Geology for Science Majors3
GEOL 111LPhysical Geology for Science Majors Lab1
or GEOL 101L Physical Geology Lab
MATH 170Calculus I4
MATH 175Calculus II4
MATH 275Calculus III3
MATH 310Ordinary Differential Equations3
PHIL 103Introduction to Ethics3
or AMST 301 Studies in American Culture
PHYS 211Engineering Physics I3
PHYS 211LLaboratory Physics I1
STAT 301Probability and Statistics3
Select one of the following:3-4
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Foundations of Economic Analysis
Select one of the following:3-4
Organisms and Environments
Cells & the Evolution of Life
Introductory Microbiology
General Chemistry II
Engineering Physics II
Engineering Physics III
Linear Algebra
Statistical Analysis
Civil and Environmental Engineering Electives
A total of 18 credits are required from:18
CE-prefix 400-level courses 1
GEOE-prefix 400-level courses 2
Total Hours110-112

Courses to total at least 123 credits for this degree, not counting Math below 170, English below 102, and any classes needed to remove deficiencies.