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Civil Engineering(127 Hours)
Students who will be completing at least 45 semester hours of course work at the end of the semester including CE 211, MATH 171, 172, and PHYSICS 201 or equivalents are eligible to apply for certification into the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The number of students certified into the department depends upon the available resources and facilities. The best qualified students, based on cumulative gpa and grades in the prerequisite courses listed above, as well as all math , science and engineering courses taken to date, will be certified into the department until the carrying capacity is reached.
Students within the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering must complete one of the following experiential requirements:
1. An internship of at least eight weeks duration, with at least one credit of CE 495.
2. A research position of at least eight weeks duration under the supervision of a departmental faculty member or approved mentor, with at least one credit of CE 499.
3. Study abroad for six or more credit hours. International students in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering will meet this requirement through their study in the United States.
4. Participation in a recognized ROTC program. Veterans in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering will have met this requirement through their prior service in the armed forces.
5. A leadership or service experience of at least one semester, subject to departmental approval, with at least one credit of CE 499.
|CHEM 105 [PSCI]||4|
|ENGLISH 101 [WRTG]||3|
|HISTORY 105 [ROOT]||3|
|MATH 171 [QUAN]1||4|
|BIOLOGY 102 [BSCI] or MBIOS 101 [BSCI]||4|
|Creative & Professional Arts [ARTS]||3|
|ECONS 101 [SSCI] or 102 [SSCI]||3|
|COM 102 [COMM] or H D 205 [COMM]||3|
|PHYSICS 201 [PSCI]1||4|
|C E 215||3|
|CHEM 106, GEOLOGY 102, or PHYSICS 2022||4|
|E E 221||2|
|MATH 360 or 370||3|
|Complete Writing Portfolio|
|CE 317 [M]||3|
|CST M 254||2|
|E E 304 or ME 301||2|
|CE 480 [M]||1|
|CE 465 [M] or Integrative Capstone [CAPS]4||3|
|1||Classes that must be completed prior to certification.|
|2||Chem 106 strongly recommended for an Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering emphasis; Geol 102 strongly recommended for a Structural Engineering emphasis.|
|3||Elective courses: The total credit hours for elective courses must be distributed such that at least three courses, not including the lab, are DES (design emphasis) in order for a student to qualify for a degree. CE electives including CE laboratory will be selected such that at least one designated as DES should be chosen from two different areas (environmental, geotechnical, hydraulics, structural, and transportation/pavement).|
|4||Course to be taken in final semester.|
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- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Environmental Emphasis (Alternate Senior Year)
- Infrastructure Engineering Emphasis (Alternate Senior Year)
- Structural Engineering (Alternate Senior Year)
- Water Resources Emphasis (Alternate Senior Year)