School of Engineering New Student Guide

CIVIL ENGINEERING Plan of Study **

FALL

SPRING

FYEX : Foundation for College Success

ENGR 100 : (FYE) Introduction to Engineering Design

ENGR 160 : Surveying

GEOL 163 : Applied Geology (Lab)

MATH 113 : Calculus I

MATH 114 : Calculus II

CISC 130: Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving in the Sciences

PHYS 211 : Classical Physics I

CORE: Requirement

CORE: Requirement

J-TERM*

SUMMER

CORE: Requirement

ENGR 220 : Statics

ENGR 221 : Mechanics of Materials (Lab)

MATH 210 : Introduction to Differential Equations and Systems

ENGR 222 : Dynamics for Civil Engineering

CHEM 109 : General Chemistry for Engineers (Lab)

STAT 220 : Statistics I (Lab)

CORE: Requirement

CORE: Requirement

J-TERM*

SUMMER

CORE: Requirement

ENGR 362 : Construction and Engineering Economic Analysis (Lab)

ENGR 363 : Construction Materials

ENGR 364 : Structural Analysis

ENGR365: Design of Steel and Concrete Structures (Lab)

ENGR 368 : Fluids Mechanics for Civil Engineering (Lab)

PHYS 212: Classical Physics II

CORE: Requirement

CORE: Requirement

J-TERM*

SUMMER

CORE: Requirement

ENGR 480 : Engineering Design Clinic I

ENGR 481 : Engineering Design Clinic II

ENGR 463 : Soil Mechanics and Foundations (Lab)

ENGR 468 : Environmental Engineering

ENGR 467 : Water Resources

ENGR 466 : Transportation Engineering

CORE: Requirement

CORE: Requirement

J-TERM*

SUMMER

*

January Term

** This is one snapshot of how the plan of study for this major can look. Plans of study for Math 108/109 sequence, semester and/or J-Term abroad, and for ROTC students are available. Please meet with your adviser to personalize your plan. Arrow indicates that the two courses can be interchanged.

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