Civil Engineering, BS/ Engineering Management, MS

Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated. Also complete any corequisite labs, recitations, clinicals, or tools courses where specified and complete any additional courses needed beyond specific college and major requirements to satisfy graduation credit requirements.

University-Wide Requirements

All undergraduate students are required to complete the University-Wide Requirements.

NUpath Requirements

All undergraduate students are required to complete the NUpath Requirements.

Major GPA Requirement

Minimum 2.000 GPA required in CIVE courses

Minimum 3.000 GPA required in graduate courses

Mathematics/Science Requirement

Complete 33 semester hours in mathematics and science as indicated below.

Required Mathematics/Science
Complete one of the following:4
General Chemistry for Engineers
General Chemistry 1
General Chemistry 2
MATH 1341Calculus 1 for Science and Engineering4
MATH 1342Calculus 2 for Science and Engineering4
MATH 2321Calculus 3 for Science and Engineering4
MATH 2341Differential Equations and Linear Algebra for Engineering4
Complete one of the following:5
Physics for Engineering 1
and Lab for PHYS 1151
and Interactive Learning Seminar for PHYS 1151
Physics 1
and Lab for PHYS 1161
and Recitation for PHYS 1161
Science Elective
Complete one of the following:4-5
Environmental Science
Global Climate Change
Weather and Climate
Oceans and Coasts
Dynamic Earth
History of Earth and Life
Earth Materials
Geographic Information Systems
and Lab for ENVR 3300
Introduction to Remote Sensing
and Lab for ENVR 3302
Field Geology
Geophysics
Wetlands
Sustainable Development
Geology and Land-Use Planning
ENVR 5280
ENVR 5282
Engineering Geology
General Biology 1
and Lab for BIOL 1111
General Biology 1 for Engineers
and Lab for BIOL 1115
Integrated Anatomy and Physiology 1
and Lab for BIOL 1117
Basic Microbiology
and Lab for BIOL 1121
Microbes and Society
Biology and Society
Organic Chemistry 1
and Lab for CHEM 2311
and Recitation for CHEM 2311
Analytical Chemistry
and Lab for CHEM 2321
Chemical Thermodynamics and Kinetics
Astronomy
Modern Physics
Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics
Classical Dynamics
Medical Physics
Astrophysics and Cosmology
Supplemental Credit
3 semester hours from the following course count toward the mathematics/science requirement:3
Engineering Probability and Statistics
1 semester hour from the following course counts toward the mathematics/science requirement:1
Cornerstone of Engineering 2

Engineering

Complete 56 semester hours in engineering as indicated below.

Required Engineering
CIVE 2221Statics and Strength of Materials4
CIVE 2260Civil Engineering Materials4
CIVE 2261Materials and Measurements Lab1
CIVE 2320Structural Analysis 14
CIVE 2324Reinforced Concrete Design4
or CIVE 3425 Steel Design
CIVE 2334Environmental Engineering 14
CIVE 2331Fluid Mechanics4
CIVE 2340
and CIVE 2341
Soil Mechanics
and Lab for CIVE 2340
5
GE 3300Energy Systems: Science, Technology, and Sustainability4
Civil Engineering Project Elective
Complete one of the following:4
Hydrologic Engineering
Foundation Engineering
Highway Engineering
Civil Engineering Technical Electives
Complete 11 semester hours from the following:11
Steel Design
Structural Analysis 2
Environmental Engineering 2
and Lab for CIVE 4534
Resource Recovery and Waste Treatment Technologies Abroad
Hydrologic Engineering
Foundation Engineering
Highway Engineering
Design for Sustainable Transportation: Netherlands
Construction Management
Climate Hazards and Resilient Cities Abroad
Elective
Construction Project Control and Organization
Alternative Project Delivery Systems in Construction
Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
Life Cycle Assessment of Materials, Products, and Infrastructure
Geoenvironmental Engineering
Transportation Planning and Engineering
Traffic Engineering
Reinforced Concrete Design
Special Topics in Civil Engineering
Sustainable Design and Technologies in Construction
Sustainable Engineering Systems for Buildings
Information Systems for Integrated Project Delivery
Senior Design Project
Complete one of the following: 5
Senior Design Project—Environmental
Senior Design Project—Structural
Senior Design Project—Transportation
Supplemental Credit
3 semester hours from the following course count toward the engineering requirement:3
Cornerstone of Engineering 1
2 semester hours from the following course count toward the engineering requirement:2
Cornerstone of Engineering 2
1 semester hour from the following course counts toward the engineering requirement:1
Economic Decision Making

Professional Development

Professional Development
GE 1000Introduction to the Study of Engineering1
CIVE 2000Introduction to Engineering Co-op Education1
CIVE 3000Professional Issues in Engineering1
Additional Required Courses
The remaining credit from each of the following courses will apply to the professional development area:1
Cornerstone of Engineering 1
Cornerstone of Engineering 2

Additional NUpath Courses

Writing
A grade of C or higher is required:
ENGW 1111First-Year Writing4
ENGW 3302Advanced Writing in the Technical Professions4
Major-Specific Requirements
ECON 1115Principles of Macroeconomics4
or ECON 1116 Principles of Microeconomics
NUpath Requirements through General Electives
NUpath requirements Interpreting Culture (IC), Societies and Institutions (SI) and Differences and Diversity (DD) are not explicitly satisfied by required engineering courses. Students are responsible for satisfying these requirements with General Electives.

Required General Elective

Complete three academic, nonremedial, nonrepetitive course, equivalent to 4 semester hours.12

Graduate Courses taken toward the PlusOne program

Required Graduate Courses
EMGT 5220Engineering Project Management4
EMGT 6225Economic Decision Making4
IE 6200Engineering Probability and Statistics4
OR 6205Deterministic Operations Research4
Graduate Technical Electives
Complete 16 semester hours from the following16
Concepts of Object-Oriented Design
Concepts of Object-Oriented Design with C++
Component Software Development
Enterprise Software Design
Software Engineering
Building Virtual Environments
User Experience Design and Testing
Fundamentals of Energy System Integration
Engineering/Organizational Psychology
Financial Management for Engineers
Independent Study
Enterprise Growth and Innovation
Business Planning for New Ventures
Business Model Design and Innovation
Financing Ventures from Early Stage to Exit
Product Development for Engineers
Healthcare Systems Modeling and Analysis
Systems Engineering in Public Programs
Lean Concepts and Applications
Mass Customization
Data Mining for Engineering Applications
Manufacturing Methods and Processes
Supply Chain Engineering
Simulation Analysis
Manufacturing Processes
Intelligent Manufacturing
Data Mining in Engineering
Statistical Methods in Engineering
Statistical Quality Control
Reliability Analysis and Risk Assessment
Human Factors Engineering
Neural Networks in Engineering
Data Management and Database Design
Business Analysis and Information Engineering
Planning and Managing Information Systems Development
Agile Software Development
Business Process Engineering
Advanced Database Management Systems
Organizational Change and IT
Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
Information Systems for Healthcare-Services Delivery
Enterprise Architecture Planning and Management
Advances in Data Sciences and Architecture
Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations
Probabilistic Operation Research
Inventory Theory
Integer and Nonlinear Optimization
Network Analysis and Advanced Optimization
Multi-Criteria Decision Making
Logistics, Warehousing, and Scheduling
Executive Roundtable in Supply Chain Management
Sourcing and Procurement
Supply Chain Analytics
Sustainability and Supply Chain Management
Managing Emerging Issues in Supply Chain Management
Managing Healthcare Supply Chain Operations
Demand Planning and Forecasting
Innovation and Entrepreneurial Growth
Emerging and Disruptive Technologies
Entrepreneurial Marketing and Selling
Lean Design and Development
Managing a Technology-Based Business
The Technical Entrepreneur as Leader
Fundamentals of Communication Systems
Data Networking

Course Work That Does Not Count Toward the Engineering Degree

Students in engineering are allowed to count a maximum of two pass/fail courses toward their degree program. Only general electives outside the College of Engineering may be taken on a pass/fail grading basis. A maximum of one pass/fail course is allowed per semester.

Program Requirement

150 total semester hours required

Five Years, Two Co-ops in Summer 2/Fall

Year 1
FallHoursSpringHoursSummer 1HoursSummer 2Hours
MATH 1341 (FQ)4MATH 1342 (FQ)4VacationVacation
CHEM 11514PHYS 1151 (ND)3  
CHEM 11530PHYS 1152 (AD)1  
GE 10001PHYS 11531  
GE 15014GE 1502 (ER)4  
ENGW 1111 (WF)4General Elective4  
 17 17 0 0
Year 2
FallHoursSpringHoursSummer 1HoursSummer 2Hours
MATH 2321 (FQ)4MATH 23414VacationCo-op
CIVE 22214CIVE 20001  
CIVE 22220CIVE 22604  
CIVE 23344CIVE 22611  
GE 33004CIVE 23204  
 CIVE 23210  
 ECON 1115 or 1116 (AD, SI)4  
 16 18 0 0
Year 3
FallHoursSpringHoursSummer 1HoursSummer 2Hours
Co-opCIVE 23314CIVE 23244Co-op
 CIVE 23404General Elective 4 
 CIVE 23411  
 Undergraduate Civ Tech/Project Elective4  
 Science Elective4  
 0 17 8 0
Year 4
FallHoursSpringHoursSummer 1HoursSummer 2Hours
Co-opCIVE 30001General Elective 4Vacation
 IE 62004ENGW 3302 (WD)4 
 Undergraduate Civ Tech Elective 3  
 Graduate Course4  
 Graduate Course4  
 0 16 8 0
Year 5
FallHoursSpringHours  
EMGT 52204EMGT 62254  
CIVE 7220 or CIVE 62054Elective Graduate Course4  
Undergraduate Civ Tech Elective 4Undergraduate Civ Tech Elective4  
Elective Graduate Course 4CIVE 476x5  
 16 17  
Total Hours: 150

Five Years, 2 Co-ops in Spring/Summer 1

Year 1
FallHoursSpringHoursSummer 1HoursSummer 2Hours
MATH 1341 (FQ)4MATH 1342 (FQ)4VacationVacation
CHEM 11514PHYS 1151 (ND)3  
CHEM 11530PHYS 1152 (AD)1  
GE 10001PHYS 11531  
GE 15014GE 1502 (ER)4  
ENGW 1111 (WF)4General Elective4  
 17 17 0 0
Year 2
FallHoursSpringHoursSummer 1HoursSummer 2Hours
MATH 2321 (FQ)4Co-opCo-opVacation
CIVE 20001   
CIVE 22214   
CIVE 22220   
CIVE 22604   
CIVE 22611   
CIVE 23344   
 18 0 0 0
Year 3
FallHoursSpringHoursSummer 1HoursSummer 2Hours
CIVE 23204Co-opCo-opMATH 23414
CIVE 23210  CIVE 23404
CIVE 23314  CIVE 23411
ECON 1115 or 1116 (AD, SI)4   
GE 33004   
 16 0 0 9
Year 4
FallHoursSpringHoursSummer 1HoursSummer 2Hours
CIVE 23244IE 62004VacationGeneral Elective 4
CIVE 30001Science Elective 4 General Elective4
ENGW 3302 (WD)4Undergraduate Civil Technical Elective 4  
EMGT 52204Graduate Course4  
CIVE 7220 or CIVE 62054   
 17 16 0 8
Year 5
FallHoursSpringHours  
Graduate Course 4EMGT 62254  
Graduate Course4CIVE 476x5  
Undergraduate Civ Technical Elective 3Undergraduate Civ Technical Elective 4  
Undergraduate Civ Technical Elective 4Graduate Course 4  
 15 17  
Total Hours: 150