School of Engineering

CIVIL ENGINEERING CURRICULUM

Engineering Focus Area Electives:

12 units of elective courses can be selected from one of the following four focus areas. This will help you gain knowledge in your interest area.

General Requirement:

The four courses in a Focus Area must provide a minimum of 3.5 Engineering Design (ED) Units.

Construction Management:
CoursesUnitsES UnitsED UnitsSemester Offered
Most important:
ENGR 439 Construction Engineering31.51.5F
Plus three of the following:
ENGR 421 Structural Engineering Lab 211S, F
ENGR 426 Steel Structures303S
ENGR 427 Wood Structures303F
ENGR 431 Foundation Engineering303F
ENGR 441 Composite Materials321S
ENGR 610 Engineering Cost Analysis321S
ENGR 836* Structural Design for Earthquakes303
ENGR 837* Geotechnical Earthquake Engr. 31.51.5
Structural Engineering:
CoursesUnitsES UnitsED UnitsSemester Offered
Most important:
ENGR 426 Steel Structures303S
ENGR 427 Wood Structures303F
Plus two of the following:
ENGR 421 Structural Engineering Lab 211S, F
ENGR 428 Applied Stress Analysis321S
ENGR 431 Foundation Engineering303F
ENGR 439 Construction Engineering303F
ENGR 441 Composite Materials321S
ENGR 461 Mechanical & Structural Vibrations32.50.5F
ENGR 610 Engineering Cost Analysis321S
ENGR 829 Advanced Topics in Structural Engr 31.51.5
ENGR 831* Advanced R/C Structures 31.51.5
ENGR 832 Advanced Topics in Seismic Engr 31.51.5
ENGR 833* Principles of Earthquake Engr321
ENGR 835* Advanced Steel Structures312
ENGR 836* Structural Design for Earthquakes303
ENGR 837* Geotechnical Earthquake Engr31.51.5
Geotechnical Engineering:
CoursesUnitsES UnitsED UnitsSemester Offered
Most important:
ENGR 431 Foundation Engineering303F
Plus three of the following:
ENGR 421 Structural Engineering Lab211S, F
ENGR 426 Steel Structures303S
ENGR 427 Wood Structures303F
ENGR 439 Construction Engineering31.51.5F
ENGR 441 Composite Materials321S
ENGR 461 Mechanical & Structural Vibrations32.50.5F
ENGR 610 Engineering Cost Analysis321S
ENGR 836* Structural Design for Earthquakes303
ENGR 837* Geotechnical Earthquake Engr31.51.5
Environmental Engineering:
CoursesUnitsES UnitsED UnitsSemester Offered
Most important (choose at least two):
ENGR 303 Engineering Thermodynamics330S, F
ENGR 435 Environmental Engineering Design312S
ENGR 441 Composite Materials321S
ENGR 468 Applied Fluid Mech. & Hydraulic321S
ENGR 469 Renew. Energy Systems 3N.A.N.A.F
ENGR 610 Engineering Cost Analysis321S

ENGR 699 Special Study in Engineering

Course content and ES/ED unit allocation must be approved by both your advisor and the Program Head for Civil Engineering prior to enrolling in ENGR 699.

*Graduate courses only open to seniors with an Engineering GPA >=3.0 and consent of instructor. See class schedule for semester offered.

Last Update: 04/11/2017 (File 04/11/2017)

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