Listed below is a suggested four year plan of study for the Civil Engineering program: 

1st Year - Fall (17 cr)

  • CHEM 113 General Chemistry I (3cr)
  • CHEM 113L General Chemistry I Lab (1cr)
  • PHYS 113 Physics for Scientists & Engineers I (3cr)
  • PHYS 113L Physics for Scientists & Eng I Lab (1cr)
  • MATH 129 Calculus I (4cr)
  • ENGR 100 Introduction to Engineering (1cr)
  • CORE (3cr)
  • CORE 090 First Year Experience (1cr)

    1st Year - Spring (17 cr)

  • CHEM 114 General Chemistry II (3cr)
  • CHEM 114L General Chemistry II Lab (1cr)
  • PHYS 114 Physics for Scientists & Engineers II (3cr)
  • PHYS 114L Physics for Scientists & Eng II Lab (1cr)
  • MATH 130 Calculus II (4cr)
  • ENGR 150 Engineering Seminar (2cr)
  • CORE (3cr)

    2nd Year - Fall (17.5 cr)

  • CE 200 Introduction to Civil Engineering (3 cr)
  • CE 200L Intro to Civil Engineering Lab (.5 cr)
  • MATH 231 Calculus III (4 cr)
  • MATH 237 Applied Linear Algebra (3 cr)
  • CS 111 Programming for Science and Engineering (2 cr)
  • CS 111L Programming for Science and Engineering Lab (1 cr)
  • ENST 201 Environmental Science I (3 cr)
  • ENST 201L Environmental Science I Lab (1 cr)

    2nd Year – Spring (19* cr)

  • ENGR 250 System Design & Analysis (3 cr)
  • ENGR 250L System Design & Analysis Lab (1 cr)
  • ENGR 330 Project Management & Engineering Economics (3 cr)
  • PHYS 241 Statics (3 cr)
  • MATH 238 Differential Equations (3 cr)
  • CORE (3 cr)
  • CORE (3 cr)

    3rd Year – Fall (19* cr)

  • ENGR 320 Fluid Mechanics (3 cr)
  • ENGR 320L Fluid Mechanics Lab (.5 cr)
  • ENGR 350 Engineering Materials (3 cr)
  • ENGR 350L Engineering Materials Lab (.5 cr)
  • CE 300 Dynamics and Modeling (3 cr)
  • CORE (3 cr)
  • CORE (3 cr)
  • CORE (3 cr)

    3rd Year – Spring (17 cr)

  • CE 320 Civil Engineering Materials (3 cr)
  • CE 320L Civil Eng Materials Lab (1 cr)
  • CE 340 Hydraulics and Hydrology (3 cr)
  • CE 340L Hydraulics and Hydrology Lab (1 cr)
  • ENGR 360 Probability & Engineering Statistics (3 cr)
  • PHYS 242 Mechanics of Solids (3 cr)
  • CORE (3 cr)

    4th Year - Fall (19* cr)

  • CE 400 Structural Design and Analysis I (3 cr)
  • CE 400L Structural Design and Analysis I Lab (1 cr)
  • CE 360 Geotechnical Engineering (3 cr)
  • CE 420 Transportation Engineering (3 cr)
  • CORE (3 cr)
  • CORE (3 cr)
  • CORE (3cr)

    4th Year – Spring (18* cr)

  • CE 440 Structural Design and Analysis II (3 cr)
  • CE 440L Structural Design and Analysis II (1 cr)
  • CE 430 Environmental Engineering (3 cr)
  • CE 480 Senior CE Seminar (2 cr)
  • CORE (3 cr)
  • CORE (3 cr)
  • CORE (3 cr)

    Total Credits Required for Graduation = 143.5

    * Students are encouraged to take a summer course to relieve the credit load during this semester

    View the full listing of curriculum planners here.