2023-2024 Catalog

Civil and Environmental Engineering, B.S. Major

No change


The program consists of a minimum of 12 major courses and 14 collateral courses:

CE 251Fluid Mechanics

CE 271Civil Engineering Land Development-Surveying

CE 311Structural Analysis and Steel Design

CE 321Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science

CE 331Civil Engineering Project Management

CE 341Introduction to Transportation Systems

CE 351Water Resources Engineering

CE 361Geotechnical Engineering

CE 474Professional Issues for Civil Engineers

CE 475Civil Engineering Capstone Design Project

CE Two CE electives


MATH 161Calculus I

MATH 162Calculus II

MATH 263Calculus III

MATH 264Differential Equations with Linear Algebra


CHEM 107General Chemistry I


PHYS 131Physics I: Mechanics


PHYS 151Accelerated Physics I: Mechanics and Thermodynamics


ES 101Introduction to Engineering

ES 226Statics

ES 230Strength of Materials


Approved CE science elective in BIOL, GEOL, or NEUR

One approved CE engineering elective

One approved Engineering/Mathematics/Science elective

Two additional approved CE math or science electives

CE Electives: Any 200-level or higher, non-required course in CE (excluding STSC courses: CE 202, CE 203) No more than one CE Independent Study course credit can be used to fulfill the "Two CE electives" category.


Engineering Electives: Any ES or CS course (excluding STSC courses); any 200-level or higher course in CE, CHE ECE, and ME (excluding STSC courses); any approved EGRS course (EGRS 261, EGRS 271, EGRS 352).


MATH Electives: Any 200-level or higher course in mathematics.


Science Electives: Any course from BIOL, CHEM, GEOL, PHYS or NEUR (excluding STSC courses).

This page reflects the requirements for completing this major. General graduation requirements for all students can be found here.