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# Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

**Starting Fall 2010**

Total Credit Hours of College-Level Courses Required for Graduation: **128**

Technical electives require prior Department approval. A minimum grade of “C” is required for each major course.

*General Education Requirements: *

IGED 110 | Foundation Writing I | 3 |

IGED 111 | Foundation Writing II | 3 |

IGED 210 | Discovery Writing | 3 |

IGED 130 | Foundation Oral Communication | 3 |

IGED 140 | Foundation Ethics | 3 |

IGED 270 | Discovery Diversity | 3 |

IGED 280 | Discovery Civics | 3 |

MATH 151 | Calculus I Lecture | 3 |

MATH 155 | Calculus I Lab | 1 |

MATH 152 | Calculus II Lecture | 3 |

MATH 156 | Calculus II Lab | 1 |

CHEM 111 | General Chemistry I Lecture | 3 |

CHEM 113 | General Chemistry I Lab | 1 |

CSCI 135 | Scientific Programming | 3 |

*Program Required Courses: *

CCEN 101 | Introduction to Engineering | 2 |

CHEM 111 | General Chemistry I Lecture | 3 |

CHEM 113 | General Chemistry I Lab | 1 |

MATH 151 | Calculus I Lecture | 3 |

MATH 155 | Calculus I Lab | 1 |

MATH 152 | Calculus II Lecture | 3 |

MATH 156 | Calculus II Lab | 1 |

MATH 254 | Differential Equation | 3 |

MATH 381 | Probability and Statistics | 3 |

PHYS 201 | University Physics I Lecture | 3 |

PHYS 205 | University Physics I Lab | 1 |

PHYS 202 | University Physics II Lecture | 3 |

PHYS 206 | University Physics II Lab | 1 |

CSCI 135 | Scientific Programming | 3 |

MECH 105 | Computer Aided Graphics | 3 |

MECH 208 | Thermodynamics | 3 |

MECH 406 | Engineering Economics | 3 |

CVEN 201 | Engineering Mechanics I | 3 |

C VEN 202 | Engineering Mechanics II | 3 |

CVEN 206 | Mechanics of Solids Lecture | 3 |

CVEN 208 | Mechanics of Solids Lab | 1 |

CVEN 308 | Applied Numeral Analysis | 3 |

CVEN 311 | Theory of Structure Lecture | 3 |

CVEN 313 | Theory of Structure Lab | 1 |

CVEN 312 | Design of Steel Structure | 3 |

CVEN 325 | Hydrology & Hydraulics Lecture | 3 |

CVEN 327 | Hydrology & Hydraulics Lab | 1 |

CVEN 331 | Geotechnical Engineering Lecture | 3 |

CVEN 332 | Geotechnical Engineering Lab | 1 |

CVEN 352 | Civil Engineering Materials Lecture | 3 |

CVEN 354 | Civil Engineering Materials Lab | 1 |

CVEN 435 | Foundation Design | 3 |

CVEN 442 | Water Resources Engineering | 3 |

CVEN 452 | Civil Engineering Technical Elective (Transportation) | 3 |

CVEN 475 | Planning and Scheduling | 3 |

CVEN 476 | Construction Project Management | 3 |

CVEN 481 | FE Preparation | 1 |

CVEN 491 | Civil Engineering Senior Project I | 3 |

CVEN 492 | Civil Engineering Senior Project II | |

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CVEN XXX | Civil Engineering Technical Elective (Transportation) | 3 |

CVEN XXX | Civil Engineering Technical Elective | 3 |

Successful completion of a two-course sequence in four (4) different civil engineering disciplines is required as below.

*Sub-Disciplines for Civil Engineering*

Successful completion of a two-course sequence in at least (4) four sub-disciplines of Civil Engineering are required for a degree in Civil Engineering. Selection of the course sequences must be made from the following list:

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Course Sequence I | CVEN 311: Theory of Structures |

Course Sequence II | CVEN 312: Design of Steel Structures (or)CVEN 419: Design of Concrete Structures |

Sub-Discipline: Geotechnical | |

Course Sequence I | l CVEN 331: Principles of Geotechnical Engineering |

Course Sequence II | CVEN 435: Foundation Design |

Sub-Discipline: Construction | |

Course Sequence I | C475: Project Planning and Scheduling |

Course Sequence II | -CVEN 476: Construction Project Management |

Sub-Discipline: Water Resources and Hydrology | |

Course Sequence I | CVEN 325: Hydraulics & Hydrology |

Course Sequence II | CVEN 442: Water Resource Engineering (or) CVEN 441: Waste Water Engineering |

*The Department Chair may approve other acceptable two-course sequences to meet an individual student's career objectives.*

*Technical Electives*

CVEN-419 Design of Concrete Structures

CVEN -451 Urban Transportation Planning

CVEN -452 Urban Transportation System Design

CVEN -417 Matrix Method of Structural Analysis

CVEN -418 Dynamics of Structure

CVEN -449 Environmental Engineering

CVEN -486 Estimating

CVEN -475 Planning & Scheduling

CVEN -236 Design of Wood Structures

CVEN -162 Construction Materials I

CVEN -263 Construction Materials II

CVEN -384 Construction Equipment & Safety

CVEN -487 Contracts & Specifications

CVEN -124 Construction Plan Reading

*Additional Comments or Requirements*

All technical electives must have prior departmental approval. A grade point average of 2.00 is required in major courses. Students are strongly encouraged to take the Fundamental of Engineering (FE) examination prior to graduation.

*Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering Four Year Plan of Study**Credit Hours: 128*

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IGED 110 | Foundation Writing I | 3 |

IGED 130 | Foundation Oral Communication | 3 |

MATH 151/155 | Calculus I Lecture + Lab | 4 |

CHEM 111/113 | General Chemistry I Lecture + Lab | 4 |

CCEN 101 | Introduction to Engineering | 2 |

Sub - Total | 16 | |

Year 1: Semester 2 | ||

IGED 111 | Foundation Writing II | 3 |

MATH 152/156 | Calculus II Lecture + Lab | 4 |

PHYS 201/205 | University Physics I Lecture + Lab | 4 |

MECH 105 | Engineering Graphics | 3 |

IGED 140 | Foundation Ethics | 3 |

Sub-Total | 17 | |

Year 2: Semester 3 | ||

IGED 210 | Discovery Writing | 3 |

CSCI 135 | Scientific Programming Lecture + Lab | 3 |

MATH 254 | Differential Equations | 3 |

CVEN 201 | Engineering Mechanics I | 3 |

PHYS 202/206 | University Physics II Lecture + Lab | 4 |

Sub-Total | 16 | |

Year 2: Semester 4 | ||

IGED 270 | Discovery Diversity | 3 |

IGED 260 | Science Elective | 4 |

MECH 208 | Thermodynamics | 3 |

CVEN 202 | Engineering Mechanics II | 3 |

CVEN 206/208 | Mechanics of Solids Lecture + Lab | 4 |

Sub-Total | 17 | |

Year 3: Semester 5 | ||

IGED 280 | Discovery Civics | 3 |

MECH 406 | Engineering Economics | 3 |

CVEN 311/313 | Theory of Structure Lecture + Lab | 4 |

CVEN 325/327 | Hydrology & Hydraulics Lecture + Lab | 4 |

CVEN XXX | Civil Engineering Elective(Transportation) | 3 |

Sub-Total | 17 | |

Year 3: Semester 6 | ||

CVEN 352/354 | Civil Engineering Materials Lecture + Lab | 4 |

CVEN 312 | Design of Steel Structures | 3 |

CVEN 342 | Water Resource Engineering | 3 |

CVEN 308 | Applied Numerical Analysis | 3 |

CVEN XXX | Civil Engineering Elective (Transportation) | 3 |

Sub-Total | 16 | |

Year 4: Semester 7 | ||

CVEN 331/332 | Geotechnical Engineering Lecture + Lab | 4 |

CVEN 475 | Planning and Scheduling | 3 |

CVEN 481 | FE Exam Preparation | 1 |

CVEN 491 | Capstone CE Senior Project I | 3 |

CVEN XXX | Civil Engineering Technical Elective | 3 |

Sub-Total | 14 | |

Year 4: Semester 8 | ||

MATH 381 | Probability and Statistics | 3 |

CVEN 435 | Foundation Design | 3 |

CVEN 476 | Construction Project Management | 3 |

CVEN 492 | Capstone CE Senior Project II | 3 |

CVEN XXX | Civil Engineering Technical Elective | 3 |

Sub-Total | 15 |