Combined Civil Engineering Requirements
Complete these requirements for a Civil Engineering combined degree.
Civil Engineering Bachelor's Requirements
Required 128 credits (36 of which must be numbered 300 or above) including:
I. Essential Studies Requirements (see University ES listing).
II. Civil Engineering required courses
|CE 101||Introduction to Civil Engineering||1|
|CE 103||Graphical Communication ***||3|
|CE 306||Fluid Mechanics||3|
and General Surveying Laboratory
|CE 351||Structural Mechanics||4|
|CE 411||Civil Engineering Materials Laboratory||1|
|CE 412||Soil Mechanics||3|
|CE 412L||Soil Mechanics Lab||1|
|CE 414||Foundation Engineering||3|
|CE 416||Transportation Engineering||3|
|CE 423||Hydraulic Engineering||3|
|CE 423L||Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory||1|
|CE 431||Environmental Engineering I||3|
|CE 431L||Environmental Engineering Laboratory||1|
|CE 432||Environmental Engineering II||3|
|CE 444||Contracts and Specifications||3|
|CE 451||Steel Design||3|
|CE 453||Reinforced Concrete||3|
|CE 482||Civil Engineering Design I||3|
|CE 483||Civil Engineering Design II||3|
III. Program Required Electives
IV. College of Engineering and Mines Requirements
|ENGR 200||Computer Applications in Engineering †||2|
|ENGR 201||Statics ***||3|
|ENGR 202||Dynamics †||3|
|ENGR 203||Mechanics of Materials ***||3|
|ENGR 340||Professional Integrity in Engineering||3|
|ENGR 460||Engineering Economy||3|
|GEOE 203||Earth Dynamics *||3|
|or GEOL 101||Introduction to Geology|
V. Requirements outside of the College of Engineering and Mines
|General Chemistry I|
and General Chemistry I Laboratory ***
|MATH 165||Calculus I ***||4|
|MATH 166||Calculus II ***||4|
|MATH 265||Calculus III ***||4|
|MATH 266||Elementary Differential Equations||3|
|MATH 321||Applied Statistical Methods **||3|
|or ECON 210||Introduction to Business and Economic Statistics|
|or CHE 315||Engineering Statistics and Design of Experiments|
|PHYS 251||University Physics I ***||4|
|or PHYS 251C|
| University Physics I|
and University Physics I Lab
|Basic Science Requirement (choose one)||4|
|General Biology I|
and General Biology I Laboratory
|General Chemistry II|
and General Chemistry II Laboratory
|University Physics II|
or PHYS 252C
| University Physics II|
and University Physics II Lab
Students are encouraged to take GEOE 203 Earth Dynamics.
Students can take MATH 321 or CHE 315 or ECON 210 as a statistics course. If students take MATH 321 Applied Statistical Methods as their statistics elective and MATH 421 Statistical Theory I as their technical elective, they will earn a minor in Math, without adding extra courses to their degree plan.
UND Civil Engineering Degree Program requires courses as well as ENGL 110 College Composition I and ENGL 130 Composition II: Writing for Public Audiences to be completed with at least a “C” grade in each of the courses.
Either ENGR 200 Computer Applications in Engineering OR ENGR 202 Dynamics must be completed with a "C" or higher.
Students must ensure all appropriate pre-requisites are met prior to registering for all courses in the curriculum.
Civil Engineering Master's Requirements
The applicant must meet the School of Graduate Studies' current minimum general admission requirements as published in the graduate catalog.
- Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from an ABET accredited or equivalent program.
- Graduate Record Examination General Test for applicants from non-ABET accredited programs.
- A cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 2.5 for all undergraduate work or a GPA of at least 3.0 for the junior and senior years of undergraduate work (based on A = 4.00).
- Satisfy the School of Graduate Studies' English Language Proficiency requirements as published in the graduate catalog.
Students seeking the Master of Engineering degree at the University of North Dakota must satisfy all general requirements set forth by the School of Graduate Studies as well as particular requirements set forth by the Civil Engineering Department.
- A minimum of 30 semester credits in a major option, including the credits granted for the design project and the research leading to the design project.
- At least one-half of the credits must be at or above the 500-level.
- A maximum of one-fourth of the credit hours required for the degree may be transferred from another institution.
- Preparation of a written design project approved by the faculty advisor.
- Comprehensive final examination.
- Required Courses:
Course List Code Title Credits Environmental Option CE 536 Environmental Engineering III 3 CE 537 Environmental Engineering IV 3 CHE 504 Air Pollution Control 3 CE 595 Design Project 6 Electives 15 Structures Option CE 501 Mechanics of Materials II 3 CE 502 Structural Stability 3 CE 503 Structural Dynamics 3 CE 595 Design Project 6 Electives 15 Transportation Option CE 517 Transportation Asset Management 3 CE 518 Pavement Engineering 3 CE 519 Sustainable Pavements 3 CE 595 Design Project 6 Elective 15 Water Resources Option CE 526 Applied Hydraulics 3 CE 524 Open Channel Hydraulics 3 CE 525 Surface Hydrology 3 or GEOE 417 Hydrogeology CE 595 Design Project 6 Electives 15 General Civil Engineering Option CE 501 Mechanics of Materials II 3 or CE 502 Structural Stability CE 517 Transportation Asset Management 3 or CE 518 Pavement Engineering or CE 519 Sustainable Pavements CE 526 Applied Hydraulics 3 or CE 524 Open Channel Hydraulics or CE 525 Surface Hydrology CE 536 Environmental Engineering III 3 or CE 537 Environmental Engineering IV CE 595 Design Project 6 Electives 12
Combined Degree in Civil Engineering
To encourage undergraduate engineering students to extend their studies to include a graduate degree, the College of Engineering and Mines has a combined program that permits students to earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in an engineering discipline. This program allows students to designate two three-credit graduate courses to count for both degrees. The selected courses must have graduate course standing and be designated when a student requests admission to the program.
Students may be admitted to the Civil Engineering Combined Degree program after the completion of 95 credit hours toward the bachelor’s degree with a GPA of at least 3.3 and before completion of the bachelor’s degree. The student is admitted to the School of Graduate Studies' on completion of 125 credit hours for the bachelor’s degree.
The requirements on this page are pulled from UND’s academic catalog and may not reflect future terms. Updates are published annually in April.
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