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Civil and Architectural Engineering|College of Engineering and Applied Science

Undergraduate Civil Engineering Curriculum

Department of Civil & Architectural Engineering 2013 - 2014

Freshman Year

Fall Semester

MATH 2200 Calculus I [QA/QB] 4
CHEM 1020 General Chemistry I [SP] 4
ES 1000 Orient to Engr Study [I,L,O] 1
ES 1060 Intro to Engineering Problem Solving 3
ENGL 1010 College Composition and Rhetoric [WA] 3
PEAC 1001 Phys Activity & Your Health [P]
16
Spring Semester
MATH 2205 Calculus II 4
ES 2110 Statics 3
Science Elective # 4
US & WY Constitutions [V] * 3
Univ Studies [(CH,CS,CA)/G,D] ** 3
17
Sophomore Year
Fall Semester
MATH 2210 Calculus III 4
ES 2120 Dynamics 3
ES 2410 Mechanics of Materials 3
CE 2070 Engineering Surveying 3
Univ Studies [(CH,CS,CA)/C] **
16
Spring Semester
MATH 2310 Applied Differential Equations I 3
ES 2310 Thermodynamics I 3
ES 2330 Fluid Dynamics 3
PHYS 1220 Engineering Physics II [SP] 4
Univ Studies [(CH,CS,CA)/C] **
16
Junior Year
Fall Semester
CE 2100 Civil Engineering Systems [O] 3
CE 3200 Structural Analysis I 3
CE 3210 CE Materials 3
CE 3600 Soil Mechanics I 3
CE 3900 Engineering Econ & Professional Ethics 3
STAT 4220 Basic Engineering Statistics 3
18
Spring Semester
CE 3100 Civil & Architectural Eng. Practice 3
CE 3300 Hydraulic Engineering 3
CE 3400 Environmental Engineering 3
CE 3500 Transportation Engineering 3
CE 4260 Structural Concrete Design 3
Math/Science/Tech Electives ##
15
Senior Year
Fall Semester
ENGL 4010 Technical Writing in the Professions [WC] 3
Math/Science Elective ## 3
Math/Science/Tech Elective ## 3
Prof Development Electives ##
18
Spring Semester
Math/Science/Tech Electives ## 4
Prof Development Electives ## 6
Compr. Design Experience [O] ### 3
Univ Studies [O]** or General Elective 3
16

University Studies Requirements

* ECON 1200, HIST 1211, HIST 1221, HIST 1251, POLS 1000, or other approved V course
** Elective selection is governed by the approved list in effect at the time the course is taken. Cultural Context courses [(CH,CS,CA)/C] selected must meet University Studies requirements. Requirements for Global Studies [G] and Diversity [D] may be satisfied concurrently with Cultural Context requirements if an appropriate selection of courses is made. Consult your academic advisor for further information.

Civil Engineering Requirements (Must Be Selected From These Options Only)

# GEOL 1100, GEOL 1500, GEOL 1600, LIFE 1010, MOLB 2021,
## To be selected from appropriate departmentally approved elective lists. Elective selection is governed by the approved list in effect at the time the course is taken. At least 2 hours must be in Math or Science so that total hours of Math, Science and 2 hours of Math or Science electives equal 32 hours. Also, must include an appropriate Management/Leadership elective. Consult your academic advisor for further information regarding elective selection and curriculum requirements.
### To be selected from CE 4900, CE 5260, CE 5820, or other specified Comprehensive Design Experience courses.

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