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Required by the CSM Core Curriculum
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Distributed Science Courses
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Assessed for ABET Accreditation
indicates a course that applies to the in‐major GPA. In addition to a 2.0 minimum overall GPA, students must maintain a 2.0 minimum in‐major GPA for graduation.
F
4.0 hr.
4.0 hr.
4.0 hr.
0.5 hr.
4.0 hr.
0.5 hr.
R
F
GEGN 101
LAIS 100
PAGN
E
MATH 111
CHGN 121
CSM 101
A
S
L
Calculus for Scientists and Engineers I
Intro. to Earth/Env. Sys.
Principles of Chemistry I
Freshman Success Seminar
Nature and Human Values
Physical Education
H
L
(GEGN 101 is recommended, but
(any PAGN course)
M
BIOL110 Biology is also accepted.)
A
N
S
4.0 hr.
4.5 hr.
4.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
0.5 hr.

P
Y
MATH 112
PHGN 100
CHGN 122
EPIC 151
PAGN
R
E
I
Calculus for Scientists and Engineers II
Physics I ‐ Mechanics
Principles of Chemistry II
Design (EPICS) I
Physical Education
A
N
Pre‐req: C or better in MATH 111
Co‐req: MATH 112
Pre‐req: C‐ or better in CHGN 121
(any PAGN course)
R
G
S
4.0 hr.
4.5 hr.
3.0 hr.
1.5 hr.
3.0 hr.
0.5 hr.
O
F
P
A
MATH 213
PHGN 200
CEEN 241‡
CEEN 210‡
LAIS 200
PAGN
H
L
Calculus for Scientists and Engineers III
Physics II ‐ Electromagnetism & Optics
Statics
Intro. to Civ. Infrastr.
Human Systems
Physical Education
O
L
Pre‐req: C or better in MATH 112
Pre‐req: LAIS 100
(any PAGN course)
M
Pre‐req: C‐ in PHGN 100; Co‐req MATH 213
Pre‐req: PHGN 100 and co‐req: MATH 112
O
R
E
S
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
1.5 hr.
2.0 hr. min.
0.5 hr.

P
R
CEEN 310‡
CEEN 311‡
MATH 201
EPIC 267*
EGGN 205 (Matlab), CSCI 260
EGGN 350
PAGN
Y
(Fortran), or CSCI 261 (C++)
I
Probability and Statistics for Engineers
Fluid Mechanics for Civil & Env. Eng.
Mechanics of Materials
EPICS II: Civil Engineering
MEL II
Physical Education
E
A
N
Pre‐req: MATH 213
Co‐req: CEEN 241
Pre‐req: CEEN 241
Pre‐req: EPIC 151
Co‐Req: CEEN 310 & CEEN
(any PAGN course)
R
G
Note: CSCI 260 is 2.0 hr.; CSCI 261 and EGGN 205 are 3.0 hr.
311
Pre‐req: EPICS II (267,
SUMMER
3.0 hr. CEEN 331‡ Civil Engineering Field Session 251, 261, 262, etc.)
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
1.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
J
F
U
CEEN 314‡
A
MATH 225
EBGN 201
CEEN 312‡
CEEN 312L‡
MEGN 315
N
L
Differential Equations
Principles of Economics
Structural Theory
Soil Mechanics
Soil Mechanics Lab
Dynamics
I
L
Pre‐req: C or better in MATH 112
Pre‐req: CEEN 311
Pre‐req: CEEN 311
Co‐req: CEEN 312
Pre‐req: CEEN 241, MATH 225
O
R

S
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
Y
P
Civil Engineering Breadth
Civil Engineering Breadth
Structural Design Elective‡
E
R
CEEN 415‡
CEEN 350‡
LAIS/EBGN*****
A
I
Elective‡ **
Elective‡ **
***
Foundation Engineering
Civil Engineering Materials
H&SS Restricted Elective I
R
N
Pre‐req: CEEN 314
Pre‐req: CEEN 312
Pre‐req: CEEN 311
Co‐req: LAIS 200
G
Pre‐req: Varies, see Bulletin
Pre‐req: Varies, see Bulletin
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
S
F
CE ELECT ****
E
A
CE ELECT ****
EGGN 491
FREE
FREE
LAIS/EBGN*****
N
L
Civil Engineering Technical Elective
Civil Engineering Technical Elective
Senior Design I
Free Elective
Free Elective
H&SS Restricted Elective II
I
L
Pre‐req: CEEN 331; Co‐req: CEEN 443 or CEEN
Co‐req: LAIS 200
O
445 or CEEN 440 or CEEN 415
R

S
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
3.0 hr.
Y
P
E
R
CE ELECT ****
CE ELECT ****
EGGN 492
FREE
LAIS/EBGN*****
A
I
Civil Engineering Technical Elective
Civil Engineering Technical Elective
Senior Design II
Free Elective
H&SS Restricted Elective III
R
N
Pre‐req: EGGN 491
Co‐req: LAIS 200
G
Notes:
* Can also be fulfilled with EPIC251 (Design EPICS II), EPIC262 (EPICS II AutoCAD), or EPIC261 (EPICS II GIS). Other EPICS II courses are also acceptable but require a course substitution form.
135.5 Credit Hours
** Select from CEEN 301‡ (Fundamentals of Environmental Science and Engineering I), CEEN 360‡ (Introduction to Construction Engineering), and CEEN 381‡ (Hydrologic & Water Resources Engineering).
*** Select either CEEN 443‡ (Design of Steel Structures) or CEEN 445‡ (Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures).
**** The list of courses that can be used as Civil Engineering Technical Electives is on the reverse side of this document.
***** The list of classes that qualify for this requirement are revised yearly and posted on the CSM website. At least one of the 3 courses must be at the 400‐level; at least one must have an LAIS prefix.
rev. 4/4/2016

Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology
Civil Engineering Technical Electives
CEEN 410‡ ADVANCED SOIL MECHANICS
CEEN 411‡ SOIL DYNAMICS
Construction Engineering
CEEN 412‡ UNSATURATED SOIL MECHANICS
CEEN 360‡ INTRODUCTION TO CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING
GEGN 468 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY & GEOTECHNICS
CEEN 421‡ HIGHWAY & TRAFFIC ENGINEERING
GEGN 473 GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING SITE INVESTIGATION
CEEN 423‡ SURVEYING FOR ENGINEERS AND INFRASTRUCTURE DESIGN
MNGN 321 INTRODUCTION TO ROCK MECHANICS
MNGN 404 TUNNELING
Structural Engineering
MNGN 405 ROCK MECHANICS IN MINING
CEEN 430‡ ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
MNGN 406 DESIGN & SUPPORT OF UNDERGROUND EXCAVATIONS
CEEN 433‡ MATRIX STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
CEEN 440‡ TIMBER & MASONRY DESIGN
Water Resources and Hydrologic Engineering
CEEN 441‡ INTRODUCTION TO THE SEISMIC DESIGN OF STRUCTURES
CEEN 381‡ HYDROLOGIC AND WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING
CEEN 443‡ DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES
CEEN 472‡ ONSITE WATER RECLAMATION & REUSE
CEEN 445‡ DESIGN OF REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES
CEEN 473‡ HYDRAULIC PROBLEMS
CEEN 482‡ HYDROLOGY & WATER RESOURCES LABORATORY
Environmental Engineering and Science
GEGN 466 GROUNDWATER ENGINEERING
CEEN 301‡ FUNDAMENTALS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING I
CEEN 302‡ FUNDAMENTALS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING II
Interdisciplinary, Cross‐Disciplinary, and Miscellaneous
CEEN 303‡ ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY
CEEN 405‡ NUMERICAL METHODS FOR ENGINEERS
CEEN 461‡ FUNDAMENTALS OF ECOLOGY
CEEN 406‡ FINITE ELEMENT METHODS FOR ENGINEERS
CEEN 470‡ WATER & WASTEWATER TREATMENT PROCESSES
CEEN 477‡ SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING DESIGN
CEEN 471‡ WATER & WATERWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS ANALYSIS & DESIGN
CEEN 492‡ ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
CEEN 474‡ SOLID WASTE MINIMIZATION & RECYCLING
MEGN 416 ENGINEERING VIBRATION
CEEN 475‡ SITE REMEDIATION ENGINEERING
MEGN 424 COMPUTER‐AIDED ENGINEERING
CEEN 476‡ POLLUTION PREVENTION: FUNDAMENTALS & PRACTICE
CEEN 480‡ CHEMICAL FATE & TRANSPORT IN THE ENVIRONMENT
Special Topics Courses (CEEN 498) and 500‐level courses ‐ with advisor pre‐approval
Prerequisite / Corequisite Relationships for Selected Courses
prerequisite
corequisite
EPIC 151
EPIC 267
EGGN 491
EGGN 492
MATH 111
MATH 112
MATH 213
MATH 225
MEGN 315
CEEN 331
Design
EPICS II:
Senior
Senior
Calculus I
Calculus II
Calculus III
Diff. Eqns.
Dynamics
Field Session
EPICS I
Civil Eng.
Design I
Design II
CEEN 350
MATH 201
Civil
Materials
Prob./Stats.
CEEN 311
CEEN 314
Structural
PHGN 100
CEEN 241
Mechanics of
Structural
Design
Physics I
Statics
Materials
Theory
Elective
CEEN 312L
Soil Mech.
or
CEEN 210
PHGN 200
Lab
Intro. to Civil
Physics II
CEEN 310
CEEN 312
CEEN 415
Instrastructure
EGGN 350
Fluid
Soil
Foundation
MEL II
Mechanics
Mechanics
Engineering
CEEN 301
CEEN 381
LAIS 100
LAIS 200
CHGN 121
CHGN 122
Fund. of Env.
Water Res.
LAIS/EBGN
LAIS/EBGN
LAIS/EBGN
Nat. & Hum.
Human
Chemistry I
Chemistry II
Sci. & Eng. I
Engineering
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1 of 3
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Systems
In this program, students can receive the Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering and the Master's degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering in
Combined BS + MS Program just five years. Key advantages of this program include early provisional acceptance into graduate school and the ability to earn credit towards the
graduate degree while still enrolled as an undergraduate. Contact Tim VanHaverbeke (tvanhave@mines.edu) for detailed information.

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