Civil Engineering B.S.
Minimum Requirements for Civil Engineering B.S. Degree: 126 credits
Students must earn a C- grade or better in each course.
|General University Requirements
|Complete the general university requirements.
|General Education Requirements
|Complete the general education requirements.
|As part of the general education requirements, complete the following:
|General Chemistry I
|General Chemistry II
|B.S. Degree Requirements
|Complete the B.S. degree requirements.
|As part of the B.S. requirements, complete the following:
|General Physics I
|General Physics II
|Civil Engineering Program Requirements
|or MIN F202
|Surveying and CAD for Engineers
|Fundamentals of Transportation Engineering
|Introduction to Geotechnical Engineering and Foundations
|Properties of Materials
|Introduction to Environmental Engineering
|Water Resources Engineering
|Design of Engineered Systems 1
|Engineering Alaska - An Introduction to Engineering
|Makerspace Alaska - A Laboratory Introduction to Engineering
|Mechanics of Materials
|Economic Analysis and Operations
|General Geology for Engineers
|Technical Electives 2
|Complete 3 credits from the fields of environmental, construction or transportation engineering.
|Complete 6 credits from the following areas of emphasis, or as approved by an advisor:
|Heat and Mass Transfer
|Construction Cost Estimating and Bid Preparation
|Water and Wastewater Treatment Design
|Air Pollution Management
|Biological Unit Processes
|Reinforced Concrete Design
|Design of Highways and Streets
|Transportation Safety Analysis
|Water Resources Emphasis
|Hydrologic Analysis and Design
|Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Examination
|Complete the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) examination administered by the State of Alaska.
Fulfills the baccalaureate capstone requirement.
Up to two graduate-level courses may be used towards graduation. Graduate-level courses must be approved by student’s advisor, and the student must be within two semesters of graduation and have at least a 3.0 GPA to take graduate-level courses.
Note: The ability to use computers for normal class work is expected in all engineering classes above the F100 level.