Electives for Civil Engineering

Six Required Courses for all Departments / Majors

  1. ACS 1000 - Ancients
  2. ACS 1001 - Moderns
  3. THL 1000 - Faith, Reason and Culture
  4. Theology (THL) course or course with CTHL attribute, at the 2000 level or above
  5. Department approved Ethics course
  6. One 3-credit course from:
    • Theology (THL) course or course with CTHL attribute, at the 2000 level or above
    • Philosophy (PHI)
    • EGR 2001 - Egr: Humanistic Context
    • Peace and Justice (PJ)
    • ETH 2050 - The Good Life: Ethics & Cont Prob
    • CHE 2930 - Catholic Social Teaching for EGRs

Civil Engineering Department Ethics (#5 above)

 

Electives

All students select their remaining additional program humanities and social science electives from among the courses listed in the University catalog and offered by the specific departments/programs.

Humanities

  • Arab & Islamic Studies
  • Art History
  • Classical Studies
  • Communications
  • Ethics
  • English - ENG 1050, 2100-9999
  • Global Interdisciplinary Studies
  • History
  • Honors Program: (eligible Students only)
  • Humanities
  • Modern Languages (except speaking courses in native language)
  • Philosophy
  • Theatre
  • Theology (2000 and above or course section with Core Theology Attribute)

Social Sciences

  • Criminology
  • Economics
  • Geography and the Environment - GEV 1002, 1500-3900, 4050-5300
  • Humanities: HUM designated PSC
  • Peace and Justice
  • Political Science
  • Public Administration
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Gender and Women's Studies

Technical Electives

Students must take one course, worth three or more credits, from the following list:

  • All Astronomy and Astrophysics (AST), Biology (BIO), Chemistry (CHM), and Mathematical Sciences (MAT) courses at the 2000 level or above except MAT 3930 - History of Mathematics
  • All Physics (PHY) courses at the 2400 level or above, except PHY 2410 - University Physics: Mechanics
  • All non-required Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) courses except

  • All Chemical Engineering (CHE), Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), and Mechanical Engineering (ME) courses except
  • CEE 4607: Section numbers below 10 are technical electives within the CEE curriculum, 11 and higher are not.
  • All of the following:

Math/Science Electives

Students must take one course from the following list:

Some classes may be 4 credits, approved classes include:

AP credit may not be used.

CEE Senior Electives

Students must take three courses from the following list:

OR  (must be either 4224 or 4226)