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To earn a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering, at least 126 total hours must be completed.

These hours include the following:

University Requirements: 21 hours

  • Social/Behavioral Science (9 hours)
  • Missouri Constitution Requirement
    • Choose one course: Hist 1100, 1200, 1400, 2210, 2440, 4000, 4220 or 4230 or Poli Sci 1100 or 2100
  • Humanities/Fine Arts (9 hrs)
  • ENGLISH 1000 Exposition & Argument (3 hrs)

Engineering Requirements: 17 hours

  • ENGR 1100 Engineering Graphics (2 hrs)
  • CS 1040 Introduction to Problem Solving (3 hrs)
  • ENGR 1200 Statics/Strength of Materials (3 hrs)
  • ENGR 2200 Strength of Materials (3 hrs)
  • Enginr. Topics Elective (6 hrs)

Math Requirements: 16 hours

  • MA 1500 Geom/Calc I (5 hrs)
  • MATH 1700 Calc II (5 hrs)
  • MATH 2300 Calc III (3 hrs)
  • MATH 4100 Diff Equations (3 hrs)

Civil Engineering Core Courses: 36 hours

  • CV ENG 3010 Decision Methods CV ENG Des (WI) (3 hrs)
  • CV ENG 3200 Fundamentals of Environmental Engr. (4 hrs)
  • CV ENG 3300 Structural Analysis I (4 hrs)
  • CV ENG 3400 Fundamentals of Geotech Engr (4 hrs)
  • CV ENG 3700 Fluid Mechanics (3 hrs)
  • CV ENG 3100 Fundamentals of Trans Engr (4 hrs)
  • CV ENG 3312 Reinforced Concrete Design
    • -Or CV ENG 3313 Structural Steel Design (3hrs)
  • CV ENG 3600 Civil Engineering Materials (4 hrs)
  • CV ENG 3702 Hydrology (4 hrs)
  • CV ENG 4980 CV ENG Systems Design (Writing Intensive) (3 hrs)

Science Requirements: 17 hours

  • CHEM 1320 Gen Chem II (4 hrs)
  • PHYS 2750 Univ Physics (5 hrs)
  • PHYS 2760 Univ Physics (5hrs)
    • Or Chem 1330 (4 hrs) & Chem 2100 (3hrs)
  • GEOL 1150 Physical Geology for Scientist/Engineers w/Lab (4hrs)

Electives

  • Advisor Approved Electives: (3 hours) See list below
  • Civil Engineering Electives: 5 classes (15 hours) See list below

CV ENG Approved Electives

  • CV ENG 2080 – Introduction to Dynamics
  • CV ENG 3050 – Introduction to Geographical Information Systems GIS
  • CV ENG 3250 – Pollutant Fate and Transport
  • CV ENG 3312 – Concrete Design -or- CV ENG 3313 Struc Steel Design
  • CV ENG 4008 – Risk and Reliability for Civil Engineers
  • CV ENG 4085 – Problems in Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • CV ENG 4100 – Traffic Engineering
  • CV ENG 4102 – Infrastructure Management
  • CV ENG 4103 – Planning and Geometric Design of Highways
  • CV ENG 4104 – Pavement Materials and Design
  • CV ENG 4106 – Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • CV ENG 4108 – Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation
  • CV ENG 4110 – Transportation Simulation
  • CV ENG 4120 – Airport Engineering
  • CV ENG 4125 – Transportation Legal Issues
  • CV ENG 4130 – Transportation Safety
  • CV ENG 4145 – Civil and Environmental Legal Issues
  • CV ENG 4155 – Transportation Geography
  • CV ENG 4175 – The Geospatial Science in National Security
  • CV ENG 4185 – Location Analysis/Site Selection
  • CV ENG 4190 – Infrastructure Project Development
  • CV ENG 4200 – Remote Sensing of the Environment
  • CV ENG 4210 – Solid Waste Management
  • CV ENG 4220 – Hazardous Waste Management
  • CV ENG 4230 – Introduction to Water Quality
  • CV ENG 4240 – Water Quality Analysis
  • CV ENG 4250 – Environmental Regulatory Compliance
  • CV ENG 4260 – Environmental Public Policy
  • CV ENG 4270 – Environmental Engineering Microbiology
  • CV ENG 4290 – Hazardous Waste and Aquatic Chemistry
  • CV ENG 4300 – Advanced Structural Steel Design
  • CV ENG 4302 – Prestressed/Advanced Reinforced Concrete
  • CV ENG 4310 – Structural Design and Analysis
  • CV ENG 4320 – Energy Methods in Mechanics
  • CV ENG 4330 – Structural System Design
  • CV ENG 4350 – Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis
  • CV ENG 4360 – Bridge Engineering
  • CV ENG 4404 – Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
  • CV ENG 4406 – Geotechnics of Landfill Design
  • CV ENG 4410 – Foundation Engineering
  • CV ENG 4412 – Earthwork Engineering and Design
  • CV ENG 4500 – Introduction to Construction Management
  • CV ENG 4600 – Advanced Mechanics of Materials
  • CV ENG 4610 – Sensors and Experimental Stress Analysis
  • CV ENG 4660 – Vibration Analysis
  • CV ENG 4692 – Introduction to Structural Dynamics
  • CV ENG 4700 – Hydraulics of Open Channels
  • CV ENG 4703 – Applied Hydrology
  • CV ENG 4710 – Soil and Water Conservation Engineering
  • CV ENG 4720 – Watershed Modeling Using GIS
  • CV ENG 4730 – Hydraulic Design
  • CV ENG 4792 – Analysis of Water-Resource Systems
  • CV ENG 4990 – CEE Undergraduate Research
  • CV ENG 4995 – Research in CEE-Undergraduate Honors

Eligible students may take any 4000-level course as 7000-level. Dual-enrollment policies will apply. See advisor for details.

Suggested Courses for Advisor Approved Electives

  • Any Civil Engineering elective courses on the above list
  • Accounting 2010 – Intro to Accounting
  • Biochemistry 1090 – Introduction to Biochemistry
  • Chemistry 2050 – Intro to Organic Chemistry w/ Lab
  • Chemistry 2100 – Organic Chemistry I
  • Communications 1200 – Intro to Speech Communication
  • Communications 3575 – Business and Professional Communication
  • Engineering 4380 – Applied Electronic Instrumentation
  • Chemistry 2400 – Fundamentals of Inorganic Chemistry with Lab
  • Chemistry 3300 – Fundamentals of Physical Chemistry
  • Chemical Engineering 4312 – Air Pollution Control
  • Economics 1014- Principles of Microeconomics
  • Economics 1015- Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Economics 1024 – Fundamentals of Microeconomics
  • Geography 1050/Atmospheric Sciences 1050 – Intro Meteorology
  • Geography 2840 – Intro to Geographic Information
  • *Geography 3740- Geography and Planning
  • *Geography 4904- The Geospatial Sciences and National Security
  • *Geography 4830 – Remote Sensing
  • *Geography 4840 – Geographic Information Systems I
  • Geology 1150 – Physical Geology
  • Geology 2350 – Historical Geology
  • Geology 4100 – Hydrogeology
  • Geology 4110 – Karst Hydrology
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Systems 2710 – Engineering Economic Analysis
  • Nuclear Engineering 4315 – Energy Systems and Resources
  • Philosophy 1100 – Intro to Ethics Biological
  • Philosophy 1200 – Introduction to Logic
  • Soil Science 3290 – Soil and the Environment
  • Soil Science 4312 – Environmental Soil Microbiology
  • Soil Science 4320 – Genesis of Soil Landscape
  • Soil Sciences 2100 – Introduction to Soils
  • Soil Sciences 2110/Geology 2110 – Intro to Soil Sciences with Lab
  • Statistics 1300 – Elementary Statistics
  • Statistics 4710- Introduction to Mathematical Statistics
  • Mathematics 4110 – Advanced Calculus with Applications
  • Mathematics 4140 – Matrix Theory
  • Mathematics 4300 – Numerical Analysis
  • Mathematics 4315 – Introduction to Mathematical Statistics
  • Mathematics 4325 – Linear Programming
  • Mathematics 4540 – Mathematical Modeling I

*The Geography Dept. will accept CV ENG 3702 Hydrology as a prerequisite.
*These Geography courses may count as CV ENG approved electives. Department approval is required.

Notes:

  • These courses may require prerequisites. It is the student’s responsibility to check the prerequisites for their chosen Advisor Approved Electives.
  • This list is not a comprehensive list of possible elective courses. Courses on this list and courses not on this list may count as electives only with advisor approval.