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Objectives:
Civil Engineering involves the planning and construction of complex physical facilities such as buildings, bridges, dams, tunnels, etc., and the engineering aspects of water resources, waste disposal, transportation, soil mechanics, urban planning, and environmental impact assessment. The Civil Engineering curriculum consists of Engineering core and program core courses, and technical electives. Program core courses, taken by all Civil Engineering undergraduates, include fluid mechanics, soil mechanics, civil engineering materials, systems analysis, water resources and structures. Technical electives allow students to concentrate on a particular area of interest. Students interested in structural, geotechnical and transportation engineering choose courses from Option A, those interested in environmental engineering choose courses from Option B and students interested in the applications of information technology in civil engineering choose from Option C.
Practical experience:
Throughout the program, projects are assigned to enable students to apply the theories learned and to gain practical experience. Particular emphasis is placed on the analysis and design aspects of structures, transportation planning and water resources.
Award:
Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering
Course Description:
4-Year or 8-Term Program: 120 Credits

Engineering Core (30.50 credits)

    * ELEC 275 - Principles of Electrical Engineering
    * ENCS 282 - Technical Writing and Communication
    * ENGR 201 - Professional Practice and Responsibility
    * ENGR 202 - Sustainable Development and Environmental Stewardship
    * ENGR 213 - Applied Ordinary Differential Equations
    * ENGR 233 - Applied Advanced Calculus
    * ENGR 301 - Engineering Management Principles and Economics
    * ENGR 371 - Probability and Statistics in Engineering
    * ENGR 391 - Numerical Methods in Engineering
    * ENGR 392 - Impact of Technology on Society General Education elective

Civil Engineering Core (74.50 credits)
Courses may include:

    * BCEE 231 - Structured Programming and Applications for Building and Civil Engineers
    * BCEE 232 - Programming for Building and Civil Engineers I
    * BCEE 342 - Structural Analysis I
    * BCEE 371 - Surveying
    * CIVI 361 - Introduction to Environmental Engineering
    * CIVI 372 - Transportation Engineering
    * CIVI 381 - Hydraulics
    * CIVI 432 - Soil Mechanics
    * ENGR 251 - Thermodynamics I

Option Course Requirements (15 credits)

Students must complete 15 credits from one of the following options. Courses may include:

Option A: Civil Infrastructure
Designed for students interested in careers instructural, geotechnical, and transportation engineering.

    * CIVI 435 - Foundation Design
    * CIVI 437 - Advanced Geotechnical Engineering*
    * CIVI 471 - Highway and Pavement Design
    * CIVI 474 - Transportation Planning and Design*
    * ENGR 411 - Special Technical Report

Students may choose one BCEE or BLDG or CIVI course (minimum three credits) from option B or C courses marked with (*).

Option B: Environmental
Tailored for students wishing to pursue careers in environmental engineering.

    * CIVI 464 - Environmental Impact Assessment*
    * CIVI 465 - Water Pollution and Control
    * CIVI 467 - Air Pollution and Emission Control*
    * CIVI 468 - Waste Management
    * CIVI 469 - Geo-Environmental Engineering*
    * ENGR 411 - Special Technical Report

Students may choose one BCEE or BLDG or CIVI course (minimum three credits) from option A or C courses marked with (*).

Option C: Information Technology

Designed for students interested in the applications of information technology in civil engineering.

    * BCEE 331 - Programming for Building and Civil Engineers II
    * BLDG 459 - Computer-aided Building Design*
    * COMP 352 - Data Structures and Algorithms
    * ENGR 411 - Special Technical Report

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