Civil Engineering Major

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B.S. in Civil Engineering - Curriculum Map 2018-2019 Catalog

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Fall Cr. Comp. Spring Cr. Comp.
CH 103 General Chemistry I (General Education Lab Science)4CH 104 General Chemistry II (General Education Lab Science)4
EG 109 Introduction to Engineering I3EG 110 Introduction to Engineering II3
EN 101 Composition and Literature I3EN 102 Composition and Literature II3
MA 121 Calculus I4MA 122 Calculus II (General Education Math)4
General Education Leadership1-3 General Education History/Literature/Arts & Humanities/Social Science3 
Fall Semester Total Cr.: 15-17Spring Semester Total Cr.: 17
Fall Cr. Comp. Spring Cr. Comp.
CE 211 Surveying3CE 214 Site Development and Engineering4
CE 264 Specifications and Estimating1EG 202 Engineering Mechanics (Statics,Dynamics)3
EG 201 Engineering Mechanics (Statics, Dynamics)3EG 206 Thermodynamics I3
MA 223 Calculus III (General Education Math)4MA 224 Differential Equations4
PS 211 University Physics I4Science Elective *3  
General Education History/Literature/Arts & Humanities/Social Science3    
Fall Semester Total Cr.: 18Spring Semester Total Cr.: 17
Fall Cr. Comp. Spring Cr. Comp.
EG 350 Engineering Economics and Decision Analysis3CE 322 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory1
CE 321 Materials Laboratory1CE 328 Soil Mechanics4
CE 336 Introduction to Transportation Engineering3CE 332 Engineering Hydrology3
CE 421 Environmental Engineering4CE 348 Structural Analysis3
EG 301 Mechanics of Materials3CE 422 Waste and Water Treatment3
EG 303 Fluid Mechanics3EN 204 Professional and Technical Writing3
Fall Semester Total Cr.: 17Spring Semester Total Cr.: 17
Fall Cr. Comp. Spring Cr. Comp.
CE 419 Foundation Engineering3CE 444 Reinforced Concrete Design3
CE 442 Design of Steel Structures3CE 480 Senior Design (Capstone)3
CE 460 Construction Management3General Education History/Literature/Arts & Humanities/Social Science3 
CE 475 Senior Project Planning1General Education History/Literature/Arts & Humanities/Social Science3 
EE 315 Electrical Energy Systems3Science Elective *4 
EG 044 Conference0   
EG 450 Professional Issues (General Education Ethics)3   
Fall Semester Total Cr.: 16Spring Semester Total Cr.: 16

An undergraduate student, who has completed all degree requirements except for attaining a 2.00 average, must take at least 50 percent of all subsequent course work in technical material (subject to approval by the School Director).

All Civil Engineering majors are required to take the Fundamentals of Engineering (F.E.) exam, administered by the State of Vermont or other state, to receive the BSCE degree.

*Science Electives: BI 101, BI 102, BI 220, BI 205, CH 204, CH 205, CH 327, ES 270, GL 110, GL 111, GL 156, GL 253, GL 255, GL 257, GL 262, GL 265, ID 110, PS 212. Must include at least one science course that is in an area other than chemistry or physics.