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Civil Engineering Curriculum Prerequisite Flow chart

Freshman Year Sophomore Year Fall Winter Spring Fall Winter Spring Key: 1. Courses with "E"
Freshman Year
Sophomore Year
Fall
Winter
Spring
Fall
Winter
Spring
Key:
1. Courses with "E" also require class standing as pre-requisites, see General Catalogue
2. Courses with "**" are additional department requirements, prerequisities for Professional Program courses.
3. Courses shown in the junior/senior years with "*" are shown only for the purpose of showing that they are
enforced prerequistes to the courses showing an arrow to them.
Intro CCE
CCE 101
Problem Solving &
Technology
CCE 102 E
MTH 111
Engr Graphics &
Design
CCE 201
Geospatial Info. &
GIS
CE 202
Chemistry for
Engineers
CH 201 E
Chemistry for
Engineers
CH 202**
CH Lab CH 205**
General Physics/
Calculus
PH 211 E
General Physics/
Calculus
PH 212 E
General Physics/
Calculus
PH 213 E
Dynamics
ENGR 212**
(F,W,S)
MTH 252 E
Statics
ENGR 211 E
F W S
(F,W,S)
Strength of Materials
ENGR 213 E
F W S
(F,W,S)
Electrical
Fundamentals
ENGR 201**
Differential Calculus
MTH 251 E
(F,W,S)
Integral Calculus
MTH 252 E
(F,W,S)
Vector Calculus I
MTH 254 E
(F,W,S)
Applied Differential
Equations
MTH 256 E
(F, W, S)
Introduction to
Matrix and Power
Series Methods
MTH 306 E
(F, W, S)
Statistics
ST 314**
Lifetime Fitness HHS
231 or NFM 232
HHS 241-248
English Composition
WR 121 E
(F,W,S)
Technical Writing
WR 327
Speech Comm.
COMM 111/114 E
(F,W,S)
(F,W,S)
Biological Science
Elective
(F,W,S)
Perspectives
Introduction to
Cultural Diversity
Microeconomics
(F,W,S)
ECON 201
SP&I (F,W,S)
Perspectives
Difference, Power, &
Discrim. (F,W,S)
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Civil Engineering Curriculum Prerequisite Flow chart continued

Junior Year Senior Year Fall Winter Spring Fall Winter Spring Fluid Mechanics Fluid Hydraulics Professional
Junior Year
Senior Year
Fall
Winter
Spring
Fall
Winter
Spring
Fluid Mechanics
Fluid Hydraulics
Professional
CE 311
CE 313
*ST 314
Practice (WIC)
CE 418
CE 361
Introduction to
Introduction to
Highway
Transportation
*ENGR 212
Engineering
Engineering
CE 392
CE 491
*ENGR 213
Civil & Construction
Engring Materials
CCE 321
Geotechnical
Geotechnical
Engineering I
Engineering II
* ST 314
CE 372
CE 373
*ENGR 213
Reinforced
Civil Infrastructure
Structural Theory I
CE 381
Structural Theory II
CE 382
Design of Steel
Structures
CE 383
Concrete I
Design
CE 481
CE 419
*ENGR 213
Surveying Theory
Engineering
CE 361
Hydrology
Planning
CE 412
CE 420
*ST 314
Environmental
*MTH 256
Engineering
Fundamentals
EnvE 321
Technical Elective
Technical Elective
Technical Elective
Perspectives
Western Culture
(F,W,S)
Perspectives
Literature & Arts
(F,W,S)
Synthesis
Science Tech. &
Society (F,W,S)
Synthesis
Contemp. Global
Issues (F,W,S)
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CIVIL ENGINEERING PROGRAM PRE-ENGINEERING PROGRAM

FRESHMAN YEAR

SOPHOMORE YEAR

 

Fall

 

Winter

Spring

 

Fall

Winter

Spring

1

Differential Calculus

MTH 251 E

Integral Calculus

MTH 252 E

 

Matrix & Power Series Methods MTH 306 E F, W, S

 

Intro. to Statistics

2

Vector Calculus I MTH 254 E F,W,S

Applied Diff. Eqns. MTH 256 F,W,S

E

**ST 314 F,W,S

3

F,W,S

 

F,W,S

4

     

Electrical Fund.

5

Chemistry for Engrs.

CH 201 E

Chemistry for Engrs.

     

**ENGR 201

6

Gen Physics/Calc

Gen Physics

Gen Physics

F,W,S

 

**CH 202

PH 211

E

With Calculus PH 212 E F, W

With Calculus PH 213 E W, S

7

   

S, F

Dynamics **ENGR 212 F, W, S

8

**CCE 101

 

**CH 205 - LAB

9

Orientation

Sp Communications

Engr. Computations

Statics

Strength of Materials

10

English Composition

COMM 111/114 E

CE 102

E

ENGR 211 E F, W, S

ENGR 213 E F, W, S

Technical Writing WR 327 F, W, S

11

E

WR 121 a F, W, S

 

F, W, S

12

   

Engr. Graphics

& Design

Geospatial Info

   

**Biological Science

ECON 201

 
     

13

Perspectives

 

Elective

Social Processes

 

& GIS

Perspectives Differ. Power & Discrim. F, W, S

14

Cultural Diversity F, W, S

F, W, S

& Institutions

**CCE 201

**CE 202

15

 

F,W,S

Lifetime Fitness HHS 231/NFM 232

 

16

 

HHS 241-251

 
 

a Enrollment term is limited by alphabetical sectioning:

 

Biological science electives without prerequisites:

 

Fall

Winter

Spring

Fall

Winter

Spring

 

WR 121

A-G

H-N

O-Z

BI 101

BI 102

BI 103

 

MB 230

MB 230

MB 230

 

E Required by College of Engineering for entry into the Pro Program

 

ANS 121

ANS 121

BOT 101

**Additional school requirements, prerequisites for Professional Program courses.

 

CSS 205

ANS 121

F, W, S = Multiple terms in which same course is offered

 

CSS 205

 

PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM

 
 

JUNIOR YEAR

SENIOR YEAR

 
 

Fall

 

Winter

Spring

 

Fall

Winter

Spring

1

   

Hydraulic

   

Reinforced

^ CE Professional Practice CE 418

^ Civil Infrastructure Design CE 419

 

2

Fluid Mechanics

Engineering

Hydrology

Concrete I

3

CE 311

CE 313

CE 412

CE 481

4

 

Engineering

 
           

5

Design of

Transportation

Planning

Technical Elective F, W, S

 

CE 420

6

Structural Theory I

Structural Theory II

Steel Structures

Engineering

7

CE 381

 

CE 382

CE 383

CE 491

 

8

 

Technical

Technical

 
       

Elective

 

9

Surveying

 

Geotechnical

Geotechnical

Elective

Synthesis Contemp. Global Iss. F, W, S

 

F,W,S

 

F,W,S

10

Theory

Engineering I

Engineering II

11

CE 361

CE 372

CE 373

 

Perspectives Literature and Arts F,W,S

12

 

Perspectives

Synthesis Sci Tech & Soc F, W, S

13

Civil Engineering

 

Introduction to

Environmental

Western Culture

 

F,W,S

 

14

Materials

Highway Engineering

Engring Fundamentals

 

15

CCE 321

 

CE 392

EnvE 321

 

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^ = Writing Intensive Course

Total credits required for BSCE = 180 credit hours (average load = 15 credits per term)

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