2013/2014 Curricula

Freshman Year (General Engineering)

First Semester

Course Name Credits
C H 1010 General Chemistry 4
ENGL 1030 Composition I 3
CES 1020 Engineering Disciplines & Skills 2
MTHSC 1060 Calculus of One Variable I 4
Arts, Humanities or Social Science Requirement.1 3

Second Semester

Course Name Credits
GEOL 1010 Physical Geology 3
GEOLl 1030 Physical Geology Lab 1
ENGR 2100 Intro to Engr/Computer Graphics 2
ENGR 1410 Engineering Fundamentals 2
MTHSC 1080 Calculus of One Variable II 4
PHYS 1220 Physics with Calculus I 3
PHYS 1240 Physics Lab 1

Sophomore Year

First Semester

Course Name Credits
C E 2010 Statics 3
MTHSC 2060 Calculus of Several Variables 4
Arts, Humanities or Social Science Requirement.1 3
PHYS 2210 Physics with Calculus II 3
PHYS 2230 Physics Lab 1
CE 2550 Geomatics 3

Second Semester

Course Name Credits
CE 2080 Dynamics 2
MTHSC 2080 Intro to Ordinary Differential Equations 4
Arts, Humanities or Social Science Requirement.1 3
C E 2060 Structural Mechanics 4
C E 3520 Economic Evaluation of Projects 2

Junior Year

First Semester

Course Name Credits
C E 3010 Structural Analysis 3
C E 3410 Intro to Fluid Mechanics 4
C E 3510 C E Materials 4
C E 3310 Construction Engineering 3
EX ST 3010 Intro to Statistics 3

Second Semester

Course Name Credits
C E 3530 Professional Seminar 1
C E 3110 Transport Engineering Planning & Design 3
C E 3210 Geotechnical Engineering 4
Design Technical Requirement2 3
EE&S 4010 Environmental Engineering 3
C E 3420 Applied Hydraulics & Hydrology 3

Senior Year

First Semester

Course Name Credits
Restricted Technical Requirement3 3
Design Technical Requirement2 3
Technical Requirement3 3
Technical Requirement3 3
ENGL 3140 Technical Writing 3

Second Semester

Course Name Credits
C E 4590 Capstone Design Project 3
Technical Requirement3 3
Arts and Humanities (Literature) Requirement.1 3
Arts, Humanities or Social Science Requirement.1 3
Elective 3

1See Policy on Social Sciences and Humanities for Engineering Curricula. Six of these credit hours must also satisfy General Education Cross-Cultural Awareness and Science and Technology in Society Requirements.

2See advisor for approved list. Click here to see the three lists of Technical Requirements

3See advisor. Technical Requirements and electives may be used to complete an emphasis area in one or more of the following fields: Applied Fluid Mechanics, Construction, Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical/Geoenvironmental Engineering, Structural Engineering, or Transportation Engineering.

Note: Civil Engineering students enrolling in any CE course (except CE 459) must have a C grade or better in the prerequisites for that course.

Note: Civil Engineering students may neither enroll in nor receive credit for any C E or E M courses unless they have a 2.0 engineering grade-point ratio and a passing grade in course prerequisites that have a C E or E M designation.