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Curriculum in Construction Engineering
Administered by the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering.
Leading to the degree bachelor of science.
Total credits required: 123.5 Building emphasis; 125.5 Heavy emphasis; 124.5 Mechanical, or 125.5 Electrical emphasis. See also Basic Program and Cooperative Programs.
B - Building construction emphasis.
H - Heavy construction emphasis.
M - Mechanical construction emphasis.
E - Electrical construction emphasis.
Undesignated courses are for all emphases.
The department requires a grade of C or better in Engl 150, Engl 250 (or 250H), and 302, 309 or 314, which fulfill the Business Communications requirement. Otherwise, the student must retake the course or take another course approved by the adviser to satisfy this requirement.
Transfer Grade Requirements
The department requires a grade of C or better for any transfer credit course that is applied to the degree program.
1 Students select Engineering Topics Electives from the Con E elective list. Students must take all electives for a grade; Pass-Not Pass grades are not acceptable.
2 Students select social sciences and humanities (SSH) electives from any approved engineering SSH list. For the depth elective students must include any one (3 cr.) approved SSH elective at the 200 level or higher. Students must take all electives for a grade; Pass-Not Pass grades are not accepatable.
3 Students select Law Elective from the ConE elective list. Students must take all electives for a grade; Pass-Not Pass grades are not acceptable.
4 Students select Mathematics or Statistics Elective from the ConE elective list. Students must take all electives for a grade; Pass-Not Pass grades are not acceptable.
5 Building emphasis students may substitute CE 382 —3 credits for CE 383 —1 cr. and apply the two extra credits to the Engineering Topics elective —2 cr.
*Core professional curriculum. The department requires that a student have a minimum grade-point average of 2.00 in this group of courses in order to graduate.