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Civil Engineering Program

Civil Engineering at UE

The civil engineering program at the University of Evansville prepares students for the future by guiding students to a deeper understanding of issues and constraints affecting civil engineers around the world.

Programs

The civil engineering curriculum prepares students to meet present and future challenges in the profession and develop insight into economic, physical, social, and political constraints affecting the engineering decision-making process.

The Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering requires at least 126 hours of course work distributed as follows:

General Education (37 Hours Minimum)

  • First-Year Seminar (3 hours)
  • Fine Arts (3 hours)
  • Humanities (9 hours)
  • Social Science (6 hours)
  • Health and Wellness (1 hour)
  • Mathematics 221 (4 hours)
  • Chemistry 118 and Physics 210 (8 hours)
  • Civil Engineering 495 (3 hours)
  • Foreign Language (6 hours or proficiency)

In addition, the University proficiency requirements for writing in English must be met (see University degree requirements).

To read more about the University General Education requirements, please click here to view the Academic Catalog.

Lower Division Required Courses (39 hours)

  • Mathematics 222, 323, 324
  • Physics 211
  • Engineering 101, 212, 213, 230, 232
  • Electrical Engineering 210
  • Civil Engineering 183
  • Science Elective (Biol 100, 107, 110, 112, 201; ES 103, 360; Geol 130)
  • Chemistry 240 or 280 may be substituted for Physics 211 with advisor’s approval.

Upper Level Required Courses (41 hours)

  • Engineering 366, 390
  • Civil Engineering 324, 331, 338, 339, 340, 341, 342, 350, 374, 380, 438, 469, 497

Electives (9 hours)

  • Two of Civil Engineering 443, 449, 468, 475, 498, 499
  • Engineering 409
  • Mechanical Engineering 432, 434, 446, 448, 463, 466 (6 hours)
  • 3 hours free elective