Civil Engineering

Civil engineers plan, design, maintain, and operate large-scale projects including highways, bridges, large buildings, damns, and other transportation facilities or large-scale engineering projects. Civil engineering has a large number of subfields including environmental engineering, transportation engineering, and structural engineering.

Requirements

First Year DSU Courses:

CHEM 121General Chemistry I

4

CHEM 121LGeneral Chemistry Lab I

1

CHEM 122General Chemistry II

4

CHEM 122LGeneral Chemistry Lab II

1

COMM 110Fundamentals Of Public Speaking

3

ENGL 110College Composition I

3

ENGL 120College Composition II

3

ENGR 111Introduction to Engineering

3

ENGR 221Engineering Mechanics I

3

MATH 127Matrix Fundamentals

2

MATH 165Calculus I

4

MATH 166Calculus II

4

UNIV 100Freshman Seminar

1

Total Credit Hours:36

Second Year DSU Courses:

ENGL 300Technical Writing

3

ENGR 222Engineering Mechanics II

3

ENGR 223Mechanics of Materials

3

GEOL 105Physical Geology

3

GEOL 105LPhysical Geology Lab

1

HPER 100Concepts of Fitness and Wellness

2

MATH 259Multivariate Calculus

4

MATH 266Introduction to Differential Equations

4

PHYS 252University Physics II

4

PHYS 252LUniversity Physics II Lab

1

Group III or IV Courses

6

Total Credit Hours:34