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2022-2023 General Catalog 
    
2022-2023 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Civil Engineering, BSCE


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Major Requirements (Minimum 128 Cr.)


One Course From the Following Options:


One of the Following Options:


Total Required for Graduation: 128 Cr.


Note:


Writing Intensive Course (as indicated by a superscript “w”)

At least one course taken to satisfy the World Languages/Diversity Elective, Humanities, Social Science, and Theology Electives, THEO 200 - The Christian Tradition , or CE 213  must be a Writing Intensive Course. A list of courses approved as a writing intensive courses  are provided.

Writing in the Discipline (as indicated by a superscript “d”)

At least one course must be a Writing in the Discipline course.

Professional Elective

The professional elective requirement may be met by taking a course from an approved list of courses found on the College of Engineering Electives  page. Other choices may be made available by petition to the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department.

Civil Engineering Electives

These nine credits are to be selected from the array of civil engineering electives provided. Courses which fulfill civil engineering elective requirements are indicated with a superscript “c”: (…)c.

Cooperative Education

Students may request to substitute up to six credits of GE 481  through GE 483  for the Professional Elective and Technical Elective. Courses GE 481 -GE 483  are graded S/U only.

Technical Elective

The Technical Elective requirement may be met by taking a course from an approved list of courses found on page 326. Other choices may be made available by petition to the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department.

Science Elective

The Science Elective requirement is met by taking a course from an approved list of courses .

World Language/Diversity Elective

Students will take three credits from either world languages at the 102 level or above or from the diversity list .

Humanities, Social Science, Theology Electives

Students will take six credits from the approved list of Humanities courses, Social Sciences courses, or Theology courses. Courses may be from the same area or from different areas. See General Education Requirements  for Humanities and Social Sciences courses.

Degree Map


Credits: 128

2022-2023

Freshman Year


Total Credits: 15

Spring: Semester 2


Total Credits: 15

Sophomore Year


Junior Year


Senior Year


Fall: Semester 7


Total Credits: 15

Spring: Semester 8


Total Credits: 15

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