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Curriculum Tables

Construction Engineering General Contractor (CONE-GC) Emphasis Curriculum Table

First Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
ENGL 1301, Essentials of College Rhetoric 3 ENGL 1302, Advanced College Rhetoric 3
MATH 1451, Calculus I 3 MATH 1452, Calculus II 3
CHEM 1307, Principles of Chemistry I 3 PHYS 1408, Principles of Physics I 4
CHEM 1107, Principles of Chemistry I (Lab.) 1 ENGR 1207, Engineering Graphics 2
POLS 1301, American Government & Organization 3 ENGR 1315, Introduction to Engineering 3
CONE 1100, Introduction to Construction 1
TOTAL 14 TOTAL 15

Second Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
MATH 2450, Calculus III 3 MATH 3350, Higher Mathematics for Scientists & Engineers 3
PHYS 2401 or BIOL 1305/1113 or GEOL 1303/1101 4 CE 3303, Mechanics of Solids 3
CE 2301, Statics 3 CONE 2300, Construction Materials & Blueprints 3
POLS 2302, American Public Politics 3 CONE 2302, Surveying 3
HIST 2300, History of U.S. to 1877 3 CE 2101, Construction Materials Lab 1
    HIST 2301, History of the U.S. since 1877 3
TOTAL 16 TOTAL 16

Third Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
Gen. Ed. Oral Communications * 3 CONE 3302, MEP Systems & Design 3
IE 2324, Engineering Economic Analysis* 3 MATH 3342, Math Statistics for Scientists & Engineers 3
CONE 3310, Construction Structure Analysis & Design 3 CONE 3300, Construction Equipment 3
CONE 3312, Construction Foundation & Earthwork 3 CONE 4300, Construction Safety 3
CONE 4320, Construction Cost Estimating 3 CONE 4322, Construction Management 3
CE 3121, Geotechnical Engineering Lab 1
TOTAL 16 TOTAL 15

Fourth Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
CONE 4220, Construction Capstone 2 CONE 4100, Construction Internship 1
CONE 4310, Construction Steel Structures 3 CONE 4312, Construction Concrete Structures 3
Math/Science Elective ^ 3 CONE 4324, Construction Contracts & Specifications 3
ECE 3301, General Electrical Engineering 3 IE 3372, Management Systems Control 3
ENGR 4392, Engineering Ethics & Its Impact 3 Gen. Ed-Visual & Performing Arts ** 3
Engineer/Business Elective (Jr./Sr.) ^ 3 CE 3305, Mechanics of Fluids 3
TOTAL 17 TOTAL 16

TOTAL HOURS:  125, including internship

* Individual Group Behavior.
** General Education:  Students should also satisfy multicultural requirement.
ˆ Must be approved by advisor and meet university requirements
† Humanities General Education

Construction Engineering Mechanical/Electrical Subcontractor (CONE-M/E) Emphasis Curriculum Table

First Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
ENGL 1301, Essentials of College Rhetoric 3 ENGL 1302, Advanced College Rhetoric 3
MATH 1451, Calculus I 3 MATH 1452, Calculus II 3
CHEM 1307, Principles of Chemistry I 3 PHYS 1408, Principles of Physics I 4
CHEM 1107, Principles of Chemistry I (Lab.) 1 ENGR 1207, Engineering Graphics 2
POLS 1301, American Government & Organization 3 ENGR 1315, Introduction to Engineering 3
CONE 1100, Introduction to Construction 1
TOTAL 14 TOTAL 15

Second Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
MATH 2450, Calculus III 3 MATH 3350, Higher Mathematics for Scientists & Engineers 3
PHYS 2401 or BIOL 1305/1113 or GEOL 1303/1101 4 CE 3303, Mechanics of Solids 3
CE 2301, Statics 3 CONE 2300, Construction Materials & Blueprints 3
POLS 2302, American Public Policy 3 CONE 2302, Surveying 3
HIST 2300, History of U.S. to 1877 3 CE 2101, Construction Materials Laboratory 1
Gen. Ed.-Oral Communication * 3
TOTAL 16 TOTAL 16

Third Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
ME 2322, Engineering Thermodynamics I 3 CONE 3341, Electrical Power & Codes 3
ECE 3301, General Electrical Engineering 3 MATH 3342, Mathematical Statistics for Scientists & Engineers 3
CONE 3310, Construction Structure Analysis & Design 3 CONE 3302, MEP Systems & Design 3
CONE 4320, Construction Cost Estimating 3 CONE 4300, Construction Safety 3
ME 3370, Fluid Mechanics 3 CONE 4322, Construction Management 3
IE 2324, Engineering Economic Analysis* 3
TOTAL 15 TOTAL 18

Fourth Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
CONE 4100, Construction Internship 1 CONE 4220, Construction Capstone 2
CONE 4306, Mechanical Systems Applications & Codes 3 CONE 4310 or 4312, Steel or Concrete 3
CONE 4342, Power, Light, Communications, & Controls 3 CONE 4324, Construction Contracts & Specifications 3
HIST 2301, History of the U.S. since 1877 3 CONE 4143, Power, Light, & Control Laboratory 1
ENGR 4392, Engineering Ethics & Its Impact 3 Math/Science Elective ^ 3
Engineer/Business Elective (Jr./Sr.) ^ 3 Gen. Ed-Visual & Performing Arts ** 3
TOTAL 16 TOTAL 15

TOTAL HOURS:  125, including internship

 * Individual Group Behavior.
** General Education:  Students should also satisfy multicultural requirement.
ˆ Must be approved by advisor and meet university requirements
† Humanities General Education

Degree Flowcharts

CONE-GC Curriculum Flowchart
This document shows the course timing and sequencing for the CONE-GC curriculum.

CONE-M/E Curriculum Flowchart
This document shows the course timing and sequencing for the CONE-M/E curriculum.

Accreditation

The bachelor of science in construction engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET,
http://www.abet.org/

Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET

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