Construction Engineering Curriculum Tables and Degree Flowcharts
|MATH 2450, Calculus III||4||MATH 3350, Higher Mathematics for Scientists & Engineers||3|
|BIOL 1305/1113 or GEOL 1303/1101||4||CE 3303, Mechanics of Solids||3|
|CE 2301, Statics||3||CONE 2300, Construction Materials & Blueprints||3|
|CONE 2302, Surveying||3||CE 3305, Mechanics of Fluids||3|
|HIST 2300, History of U.S. to 1877||3||CE 2101, Construction Materials Lab||1|
|Oral Communication *||3|
|CONE 4100, Construction Internship||1||CONE 4220, Construction Capstone||2|
|CONE 4310, Construction Steel Structures||3||CONE 4312, Construction Concrete Structures||3|
|HIST 2301, History of the U.S. since 1877||3||CONE 4324, Construction Contracts & Specifications||3|
|ENGR 2392, Engineering Ethics & Its Impact ‡||3||IE 3325, Management Systems Control||3|
|Engineer/Business Elective (Jr./Sr.) §||3||Creative Arts *||3|
|POLS 2302, American Public Policy||3||Math/Science Elective §||3|
TOTAL HOURS: 128
* Choose from the university’s core curriculum.
† Fulfills core Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement.
‡ Fulfills Language, Philosophy, and Culture core requirement
§ Advisor approval required.
NOTE: When choosing a Creative Arts elective, choose a course that also fulfills the university’s multicultural requirement.
This document shows the course timing and sequencing for the CONE curriculum.
The bachelor of science in construction engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET,