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Civil and Architectural Engineering|College of Engineering and Applied Science

Undergraduate Architectural Engineering Curriculum Structural Option

Department of Civil & Architectural Engineering 2013 - 2014
Structural Option (132 Credit Hours)

Freshman Year
Fall Semester
ES 1000 Orientation to Engr. Study I,L,O 1
ES 1060 Intro. to Engr. Computing - 3
CHEM 1020 General Chemistry I SP 4
ENGL 1010 English Composition WA 3
MATH 2200 Calculus I QA/QB 4
PEAC ______ Physical Activity Elective P 1
16
Spring Semester
ES 2110 Statics - 3
MATH 2205 Calculus II - 4
PHYS 1210 Engineering Physics I SP 4
1 Univ. Studies * 3
U.S. and WY Constitutions V 3
17
Sophomore Year
Fall Semester
ARE 2100 Architectural Engr. Graphics - 3
ARE 2410 Fundamentals of Building Performance - 3
ES 2120 Dynamics - 3
ES 2410 Mechanics of Materials - 3
MATH 2210 Calculus III - 4
16
Spring Semester
ARE 2200 Building Materials & Constr. Meth. - 3
ES 2330 Fluid Dynamics - 3
ES 2310 Thermodynamics - 3
MATH 2310 Applied Differential Equations I - 3
GEOL 1100 or GEOL 1500 or GEOL 1600
Physical Geology or Water, Dirt, and Earth's Environment or Global Sustainability SP 4
16
Junior Year
Fall Semester
ARE 3030 Architectural History - 3
ARE 3200 Structural Analysis I - 3
ARE 3210 Civil Engineering Materials WB 3
ARE 3600 Architectural Design I O 3
CE 3600 Soil Mechanics - 3
ES 2210 Electrical Circuit Analysis - 3
18
Spring Semester
4 ARE General Elective - 3
ARE Mechanical Course (ARE 3300 or ARE 3400) - 3
ARE 3100 Civil and Architectural Engineering Practice - 3
ARE 4200 Structural Analysis II - 3
ARE 4260 Structural Concrete Design - 3
ARE 4600 Architectural Design II O 3
18
Senior Year
Fall Semester
ARE 4250 Structural Steel Design - 3
3 Structural Option Elective - 3
2 Math / Science Elective - 3
ENGL 4010 Scientific & Technical Writing WC 3
STAT 4220 Basic Engineering Statistics - 3
15
Spring Semester
ARE 4720 Structural Sys. Design Project - 4
3 Structural Option Elective - 3
3 Structural Option Elective - 3
CE 3900 Engr. Econ. & Prof. Ethics - 3
1 Univ. Studies * 3
16

Footnotes:
1
Select courses to comply with University Studies 2003 Requirements
2
 Course shall be selected from the Architectural Engineering Mathematics / Science elective list.
3
 Course shall be selected from the Architectural Engineering Electives / Structural Option list.
4
Course shall be selected from the Architectural Engineering General Elective list.

* A minimum of 12 hours must be selected from USP 2003 requirements (including all of CH, CS, CA, O, WB, D and G). USP Courses by Category, USP Courses by Course
Note:
Students should be aware that courses taken out of sequence may result in unavoidable delays in the date of graduation.
The Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering assumes no responsibility for such delays.

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