The Department of Civil Engineering awards the bachelor of science in civil engineering. This is the only designation that will appear on the student’s official transcript and diploma; however, the elective courses in the undergraduate curriculum enable each student to gain increased depth in a specialty area of interest. Each student, working with their advisor, is urged to choose the electives that best satisfy his or her individual requirements.
In the descriptive material that follows, the listed technical and supportive electives are recommendations and are not requirements.
For more details about a specific concentration consult the Undergraduate Handbook section, OPTIONAL CONCENTRATION, BSCE (Page 43)
F = Fall; Sp = Spring; Sum =Summer
|Interest Area||ENGR SCIENCE ELECTIVE||MATH/SCIENCE ELECTIVE||STRUCTURES ELECTIVE||TECHNICAL DESIGN ELECTIVE||TECHNICAL ELECTIVES||SUPPORTIVE ELECTIVE|
|Construction Engineering and Project Management||EM 313||MA 322||CE 482 (F, Sp & Sum)||CE 508 (F), CE 579 (Sp)||CE 509(F)||CE 507 (F)|
|Environmental/ Water Quality Engineering||ME 220||CHE 236||CE 482 (F, Sp & Sum)||CE 551 (Sp), CE 549 (Sp)||CE 555 (F)||Environmental engineering certificate course|
|Geotechnical Engineering||EM 313||MNG 551||CE 486G (F, Sp)||CE 579 (Sp), CE 589 (Sp)||CE 487G (F)||CE 534 (F)|
|Hydraulic Engineering||ME 220||MA 321, MA322, MAT 432G, or EM 313||CE 486G (F, Sp)||CE 549 (Sp), CE 551 (Sp)||CE 541(F)||another course from Math or Science Elective recommendations|
|Structural Engineering||EM 313||MA 321, MA 322 or ME 220||CE 486G (F, Sp)||CE 579 (Sp), CE 589 (Sp)||CE 487G (F)||CE 584 (F), CE 586 (Sp), ME 501, ME 513, or ME 532|
|Surveying||EM 313||GEO 409G||CE 482 (F, Sp, Sum)||Any two acceptable technical design elective||CE 517 (Sp)||GEO 305, 415 or 420G|
|Transportation Engineering||EM 313||GEO 409G||CE 482 (F, Sp, Sum)||CE 531 or CE 533, CE 534||CE 433, CE 581, CE 539 or other design elective||GEO 285 or GEO 305|
|Water Resources Engineering||ME 220||MA 321 or MA 416G||CE 486G (F, Sp)||CE 549 (Sp), CE 551 (Sp)||CE 542 (Sp) or CE 547 (F)||CE 568 (F) or CE 541 (F)|