Civil Engineering

B.S. in Civil Engineering

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman Year
FallCredits
CE 101 Introduction to Civil Engineering 1
CHEM 121
121L
General Chemistry I
and General Chemistry I Laboratory ***
4
ENGL 110 College Composition I *** 3
MATH 165 Calculus I *** 4
Essential Studies 3
 Credits15
Spring
CE 103 Graphical Communication *** 3
ENGL 130 Composition II: Writing for Public Audiences *** 3
ENGR 200 Computer Applications in Engineering 2
MATH 166 Calculus II *** 4
Essential Studies 3
 Credits15
Sophomore Year
Fall
CE 313 General Surveying 2
CE 313L General Surveying Laboratory 1
ENGR 201 Statics *** 3
GEOE 203
Earth Dynamics Lab optional*
or Introduction to Geology
3
MATH 265 Calculus III *** 4
PHYS 251 University Physics I *** 4
 Credits17
Spring
ENGR 202 Dynamics 3
ENGR 203 Mechanics of Materials *** 3
MATH 266 Elementary Differential Equations 3
PHYS 252
University Physics II
or General Chemistry II and General Chemistry II Laboratory
or General Biology I and General Biology I Laboratory
4
MATH 321
Applied Statistical Methods **
or Engineering Statistics and Design of Experiments
or Introduction to Business and Economic Statistics
3
 Credits16
Junior Year
Fall
CE 306 Fluid Mechanics 3
CE 351 Structural Mechanics 4
CE 411 Civil Engineering Materials Laboratory 1
CE 412 Soil Mechanics 3
CE 412L Soil Mechanics Lab 1
ENGR 340 Professional Integrity in Engineering 3
 Credits15
Spring
CE 423 Hydraulic Engineering 3
CE 423L Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory 1
CE 431 Environmental Engineering I 3
CE 431L Environmental Engineering Laboratory 1
CE 451 Steel Design 3
Technical Elective 3
Essential Studies 3
 Credits17
Senior Year
Fall
CE 421 Hydrology 3
CE 432 Environmental Engineering II 3
CE 453 Reinforced Concrete 3
CE 482 Civil Engineering Design I 3
ENGR 460 Engineering Economy 3
Essential Studies 3
 Credits18
Spring
CE 414 Foundation Engineering 3
CE 416 Transportation Engineering 3
CE 444 Contracts and Specifications 3
CE 483 Civil Engineering Design II 3
Technical Elective 3
 Credits15
 Total Credits128

* 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.


‡ Labs must be completed on campus, through CE 102 Professional Assessment and Evaluation or from a pre-approved transfer institution. For more information on labs, please visit here



Students must ensure all appropriate pre-requisites are met prior to registering for all courses in the curriculum. 


Students have the opportunity to take CE 102 Professional Assessment and Evaluation  where they can petition to waive a program specific requirement, not university or essential studies requirements, for the following courses: CE 101CE 103CE 313CE 313LCE 397(up to 3 crs), CE 411CE 412LCE 423LCE 431LCE 444ENGR 200ENGR 340


All engineering, science, and math transfer courses must earn a grade of "C" or higher to be applied to the program. 


Students must complete a minimum of 21 credit hours of 300-level or higher coursework in Civil Engineering at UND, including CE 482 Civil Engineering Design I and CE 483 Civil Engineering Design II.


All Civil Engineering students must take at least one technical elective in Civil Engineering from UND except those who transfer both technical elective requirements.


A minimum CGPA of 2.00 in Engineering is required to graduate.


Please Note: Every student must fulfill all University and Departmental requirements to graduate.