CIVIL, ARCHITECTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
Dept. Code:  CAE    
http://www.cae.miami.edu


MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering is to:

• Provide high-quality undergraduate and graduate education in civil, architectural, and environmental engineering that will prepare graduates for professional careers and a lifetime of learning

• Conduct high-quality research that will advance the body of knowledge and improve the quality of human life

• Serve the engineering profession and society through active involvement in professional organizations and contribution of professional expertise

The department offers three undergraduate degrees: Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering.

CIVIL ENGINEERING  
Civil engineers are leaders in the planning, design, construction, and operation of systems that are essential to modern life. These systems include: buildings, highways, airports, pipelines, bridges, dams, irrigation systems, drainage systems, water-supply and distribution systems, and wastewater collection and treatment works. Civil engineers are employed by government agencies, public utility companies, private consulting firms, construction companies, architectural firms, and universities.

ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING  
Architectural engineers are leaders in the planning, design, construction, and operation of engineered systems for commercial, industrial, and institutional buildings and other facilities. These engineered systems include electrical, communications and control, lighting, heating, ventilating, air conditioning, fire protection, plumbing, acoustic, and structural components. Architectural engineers are employed by consulting firms, construction companies, architectural firms, government agencies, and universities.

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING  
Environmental engineers are leaders in the application of engineering principles to improve and maintain the environment for the protection of human health, for the protection of nature’s beneficial ecosystems, and for environment-related enhancement of the quality of human life. Environmental engineers are employed by government agencies, consulting firms, and universities.

 

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The objectives of the Civil Engineering Program are to have graduates who within the first several years following graduation are either

1. Working as a professional in an area closely related to civil engineering or

2. Pursuing a graduate or professional degree.

The objectives of the Architectural Engineering Program are to have graduates who within the first several years following graduation are either

1. Working as a professional in an area closely related to architectural engineering or

2. Pursuing a graduate or professional degree.

The objectives of the Environmental Engineering Program are to have graduates who within the first several years following graduation are either

1. Working as a professional in an area closely related to the water environment or

2. Pursuing a graduate or professional degree.


DEGREE PROGRAMS

Civil Engineering Curriculum

The Civil Engineering curriculum provides an integrated educational experience in mathematics, basic sciences, humanities, social sciences, engineering sciences, and civil engineering design. The first two years of the Civil Engineering curriculum provide a strong foundation in mathematics, basic sciences, and engineering sciences. During the next two years of the four-year program, the Civil Engineering curriculum integrates engineering sciences with design applications in the areas of structural, environmental, geotechnical, and water resources engineering. The curriculum culminates with a major senior-level design project that includes design applications from the major specialty areas of civil engineering.

Graduate study is offered leading to the degrees Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Civil Engineering. For detailed information on graduate studies, see the Graduate Studies Bulletin.

A tabular listing of the course requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering is shown below:


Civil Engineering
Freshman Year:
CAE 111 Introduction to Engineering I 3 CAE 112$ Introduction to Engineering II 2
ENG 105 English Composition I 3 ENG 107 Writing About Science 3
MTH 151 Calculus I for Engineers 5 MTH 162 Calculus II 4
PHY 205 University Physics I 3 PHY 206 University Physics II 3
PHY 208 University Physics II Lab 1
CAE 210 Mechanics of Solids I 3

Total 14 Total 16
Sophomore Year:
CAE 211 Mechanics of Solids II 3
CAE 212 Structural Laboratory 1
CAE 310$ Structural Analysis 3
IEN 311 Applied Probability and Statistics 3 MTH 311 Ordinary Differential Equations 3
PHY 207 University Physics III 3 CHM 151 Chemistry for Engineers I 3
PHY 209 University Physics III Lab 1 CHM 153 Chemistry Lab for Engineers 1
MTH 211 Calculus III 3 Basic Science Elective* 3
Humanities and Arts Elective* 3 Humanities and Arts Elective* 3
Total 176 Total 167
Junior Year:
CAE 320$ Concrete Structures 3 CAE 321$ Steel Structures 3
CAE 370$ Geotechnical Engineering I 3
CAE 330 Fluid Mechanics 3 CAE 371$ Geotechnical Laboratory 1
CAE 340$ Intro to Environmental Engineering 3 CAE 430$ Water-Resources Engineering I 3
CAE 350$ Transportation Engineering I 3 CAE 440$ Water Quality Control Systems 3
MAE 303 Thermodynamics I 3 CAE 450$ Transportation Engineering II 3
People and Society Elective* 3
Total 18 Total 16
Senior Year:
CAE 403$ Senior Design Project I 1 CAE 402 Professional Engineering Practice 3
CAE 404$ Senior Design Project II 2
CAE 470$ Foundations & Earth Retaining Sys. 3 CEN Tech Elective Course 3
CAE 530$ Water Resources Engineering II 3 CEN Design elective$$ 3
Advanced PS/HA Elective* 3 Advanced PS/HA Elective* 3
People and Society Elective* 3
Tech Elective 3
Total 16 Total 14
$ Only offered once a year; $$ CAE 520 or CAE 521
*To be selected from lists of approved People and Society (PS)/Humanities and Arts (HA), Technical, Design, and Basic Science electives.


Architectural Engineering Curriculum

The Architectural Engineering curriculum provides an integrated educational experience in mathematics, basic sciences, humanities, social sciences, engineering sciences, and architectural engineering design. The Architectural Engineering program integrates design applications across the curriculum, beginning with building construction and architectural design in the sophomore year, and continuing with structural, building mechanical and electrical systems design, and construction management in the junior and senior years. The curriculum culminates with a major comprehensive design experience that includes applications from the major specialty areas of architectural engineering.

Graduate study is offered leading to the degree of Master of Science in Architectural Engineering. For detailed information on graduate studies, see the Graduate Studies Bulletin.
A tabular listing of the course requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering is shown below:

Architectural Engineering
Freshman Year:
CAE 111 Introduction to Engineering I 3 CAE 112$ Introduction to Engineering II 2
ENG 105 English Composition I 3 ENG 107 Writing About Science 3
MTH 151 Calculus I for Engineers 5 MTH 162 Calculus II 4
PHY 205 University Physics I 3 PHY 206 University Physics II 3
PHY 208 University Physics II Lab 1
CAE 210 Mechanics of Solids I 3

Total 14 Total 16
Sophomore Year:
MTH 211 Calculus III 3
CAE 211 Mechanics of Solids II 3 CAE 310$ Structural Analysis 3
CAE 212 Structural Laboratory 1
ARC 230$ Bldg. Tech. I: Materials & Methods 3
ARC 294$ Intro. to Develop. of Architecture 3 ARC 292$ Introduction to Architecture Design I 3
PHY 207 University Physics III 3 CHM 151 Chemistry for Engineers I 3
PHY 209 University Physics III Lab 1 CHM 153 Chemistry Lab for Engineers 1

IEN 311 Applied Probability and Statistics 3 MTH 311 Ordinary Differential Equations 3
Total 17 Total 16
Junior Year:
CAE 321$ Steel Structures 3
CAE 320$ Concrete Structures 3 CAE 370$ Geotechnical Engineering I 3
CAE 330 Fluid Mechanics 3 CAE 371$ Geotechnical Laboratory 1
MAE 303 Thermodynamics I 3 CAE 380$ Electrical & Illum. Sys for Bldgs. 3
ARC 293$ Intro. to Architecture Design II 3 CAE 381$ Mechanical Systems for Buildings 3
ARC 476$ 19th and 20th Century Architecture 3 People and Society Elective* 3
Technical Elective 3
Total 18 Total 16
Senior Year:
CAE 402 Professional Engineering Practice 3
CAE 403$ Senior Design Project I 1 CAE 460$ Construction Management 3
CAE 480$ Design of Environ. Sys for Bldgs. 3 CAE 404$ Senior Design Project II 2
CAE 470$ Found. Eng. & Earth Retaining Sys 3 ARC 594$ GIS in Urban Design 3
ARC 517$ Construction Documents 3
People and Society Elective* 3 AEN Design Elective$$ 3
Advanced PS/HA Elective* 3
Total 16 Total 14
$ Only offered once a year;  $ CAE 520 or CAE 521; * To be selected from lists of approved People and Society (PS)/Humanities and Arts (HA), Technical and Design electives.


Environmental Engineering Curriculum

The Environmental Engineering curriculum provides an integrated educational experience in mathematics, basic sciences, humanities, social sciences, engineering sciences, and environmental engineering design. The first two years of the Environmental Engineering curriculum provide a strong foundation in mathematics, basic sciences, and engineering sciences. The next two years of the four-year program, integrate engineering sciences with design applications with particular emphasis in the areas of water and wastewater engineering .

Design courses emphasize an integrated approach that considers all environmental media in the prevention and control of environmental problems. The curriculum culminates with a major senior-level design project that includes design applications from the major specialty areas of environmental engineering.

A tabular listing of the course requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering is shown below:

Environmental Engineering
Freshman Year:
CAE 111$ Introduction to Engineering I 3 CAE 112$ Introduction to Engineering II 2
ENG 105 English Composition I 3 ENG 107 Writing About Science 3
MTH 151 Calculus I for Engineers 5 MTH 162 Calculus II 4
PHY 205 University Physics I 3 PHY 206 University Physics II 3
PHY 208 University Physics II Lab 1
People and Society Elective* 3
Total 14 Total 16
Sophomore Year:
CAE 210 Mechanics of Solids I 3 CAE 211 Mechanics of Solids II# 3
PHY 207 University Physics III 3 EEN 205 Principles of Electrical Eng.g I 3
PHY 209 University Physics III Lab 1 CHM 112 Principles of Chemistry II 3
MTH 211 Calculus III 3 CHM 114 Chemistry Laboratory II 1
CHM 111 Principles of Chemistry I 3 MTH 311 Ordinary Differential Equations 3
CHM 113 Chemistry Laboratory I 1 Biology Elective* 3
IEN 311 Applied Probability and Statistics 3
Total 17 Total 16
Junior Year:
CAE 330 Fluid Mechanics 3 CAE 430$ Water-Resources Engineering I 3
CAE 340$ Intro. to Environmental Eng.g 3 CAE 440$ Water Quality Control Systems 3
MAE 303 Thermodynamics I 3 CAE 345$ Environmental Laboratory 3
MSC 111 Introduction to Marine Science 3 Environmental Eng. Course$$ 3
People and Society Elective* 3 MSC 301 Intro. to Physical Oceanography 3
Humanities and Arts Elective* 3
Total 15 Total 18
Senior Year:
Environmental Eng. Course$$ 3 CAE 402 Professional Engineering Practice 3
CAE 403$ Senior Design Project I 1 Environmental Eng. Course$$ 3
CAE 530$ Water-Resources Engineering II 3 CAE 404$ Senior Design Project II 2
RSMAS Course 3 Humanities and Arts Elective* 3
Advanced PS/HA Elective* 3 Advanced PS/HA Elective* 3
Tech Elective 3
Total 16 Total 14
$ Only offered once a year; # Co-requisite CAE 212 not required for EnE majors
* To be selected from approved lists of People and Society (PS)/Humanities and Arts (HA)/Biology Electives; $$ CAE540, CAE 533 and CAE 542 offered on a 3-semester rotation. Students must take these three courses

Note: students must select the RSMAS course from the list of required (non-elective) courses in either the Ocean Engineering Track or the Marine Policy Track. A minor in Marine Science will be awarded for 15 credits of MSC, AMP or other RSMAS courses provided these include MSC 111, MSC 301 and at least 6 credits at the 300 level or higher. Required courses in the track count towards the 6 credits at the 300 level.

RSMAS Track 1: Ocean Engineering
AMP402 (Introduction to Ocean Engineering)
AMP509 (Coastal Physics & Engineering)
One 3-credit elective that can be any MSC course or any RSMAS 500-level course
RSMAS Track 2: Marine Policy*
MSC340 (Ocean Policy)
MSC313 (Coastal Law)
MSC314 (Ocean Law)
*These courses fulfill the requirements of People and Society electives for General Education                      

DUAL-DEGREE PROGRAMS

A dual degree program is available leading to a degree in Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering and a Bachelor of Science from the College of Arts and Sciences with a major in Ecosystem Science and Policy (ECS). The ECS major is offered through the Abess Center for Ecosystem Science and Policy (CESP). The goal of the ECS program is to educate the next generation of environmental scientists, policy makers, managers, and planners with grounding in the fundamentals of the natural sciences, social science, and public policy.  This preparation will give students both the theoretical background and technical skills to pursue an environmental career, including teaching and research as well as for careers in government and private industries concerned with the environment. The course requirements for the dual degree program are as follows:


Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering/
Bachelor of Science with a major in Ecosystem Science and Policy
Freshman Year:
CAE 111 Introduction to Engineering I 3 CAE 112 Introduction to Engineering II$ 2
ENG 105 English Composition I 3 ENG 107 Writing About Science 3
MTH 151 Calculus I for Engineers 5 MTH 162 Calculus II 4
PHY 205 University Physics I 3 PHY 206 University Physics II 3
ECS 111 Introduction to Earth Ecosystem         3 PHY 208 University Physics II Lab 1
ECS 112 Prob. In Ecosys. Sci. and Policy 3
ECS 113 Intro. To Environmental Policy           2
Total 17 Total 18
Sophomore Year:
CAE 210 Mechanics of Solids I 3 CAE 211 Mechanics of Solids II# 3
PHY 207 University Physics III 3 EEN 205 Principles of Electrical Eng.g I 3
PHY 209 University Physics III Lab 1 MTH 211 Calculus III 3
CHM 111 Principles of Chemistry I 3 CHM 112 Principles of Chemistry II 3
CHM 113 Chemistry Laboratory I 1 CHM 114 Chemistry Laboratory II 1
ECS 201 Seminar Env. Issues I                   1 BIL 160 Evol. & Biodiversity                     4
IEN 311 Applied Probability and Statistics 3 BIL 161 Evol. & Biodiversity Lab                   1
Literature elective* 3
Total 18 Total 18
Junior Year:
CAE 330 Fluid Mechanics 3 CAE 430$ Water-Resources Engineering I 3
CAE 340$ Intro. to Environmental Eng.g 3 CAE 345$ Environmental Laboratory 3
BIL 235 Ecology 3 CAE 440$ Water Quality Control Systems 3
MAE 303 Thermodynamics I 3 Environmental Eng. Course$$ 3
MTH 311 Ordinary Differential Equations 3 MSC 301 Intro. to Physical Oceanography 3
MSC 111 Introduction to Marine Science 3 ECS 302 Env. Decision Making, Human Persp.    3
Total 18 Total 18
Senior Year:
Environmental Eng. Course$$ 3 CAE 402 Professional Engineering Practice 3
CAE 403$ Senior Design Project I 1 Environmental Eng. Course$$ 3
CAE 530$ Water-Resources Engineering II 3 CAE 404$ Senior Design Project II 2
RSMAS PS Course 3 Advanced PS/HA Elective* 3
Humanities Elective* 3 ECS 403 Inter. Disciplinary Approaches to Complex Human and Env. Prob                 3
POL 201 Intro. To Amer. Nat. Govt.              3 POL 202 Intro. To Comparative Politics                   3
Tech Elective 3
Total 19 Total 17
$Only offered once a year; #Co-requisite CAE 212 not required for EnE majors; *To be selected from approved lists of People and Society/Humanities and Arts/Biology Science Electives; $$CAE540, CAE 533 and CAE 542 offered on a 3-semester rotation. Students must take these three courses.

Additional classes required to satisfy General Education Requirement for the
Dual Bachelor of Science Degree (may be taken in the summer sessions)
Foreign Language elective *                    3 cr.
Humanities elective *                          3 cr.
Foreign Language elective (200 level)            3 cr. Foreign Language elective *                      3 cr.
PS/Humanities elective *                        3 cr.

* Classes with satisfactory AP scores may be used to satisfy these requirements. The College of Arts and Sciences requires 12 credits from People and Society courses, 12 credits from Arts and Humanities courses and 3 credits in a language other than English at the 200 course level or higher. 

Note: students must select RSMAS courses from the listed tracks. A minor in one of the two listed tracks will be awarded for 15 credits of MSC or RSMAS courses provided these include MSC 111, MSC 301 and at least 6 credits at the 300 level or higher. Required courses in the track count towards the 6 credits at the 300 level.
A six year dual degree program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering and a Master of Science in Architecture is also available. The program is open to exceptional students who are admitted to the graduate program at the end of their junior year. Upon completion of this program, graduates are eligible for professional registration as both an engineer and an architect.  The course requirements for the BSAE/MArch program are as follows:

Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering and
Master of Architecture
key: BSAE Curriculum, M. Arch Curriculum, & Shared BSAE/M. Arch Curriculum
Year 1
CAE 111 Introduction to Engineering I                 3
ENG 105 English Composition I                       3
MTH 151 Calculus I for Engineers                     5
PHY 205 University Physics I                         3
ARC 121 Architecture & Culture                       3


Total 17 CAE 112 Introduction to Engineering II               2
ENG 107 Writing About Science                       3
MTH 162 Calculus II                                 4
PHY 206 University Physics II                         3
PHY 208 University Physics II Lab                     1
CAE 210 Mechanics of Solids I                         3
Total 16
Year 2
CAE 211 Mechanics of Solids II                       3
CAE 212 Structural Laboratory                       1
ARC 567 History of Architecture I (ARC 294)          3
ARC 530 Building Tech I: Mat.s & Methods (ARC 230)  3
PHY 207 University Physics III                         3
PHY 209 University Physics Lab                       1
IEN 311 Applied Probability & Statistics I               3
Total 17 CAE 310 Structural Analysis                           3
CHM 151 Chemistry for Engineers I                   3
CHM 153 Chemistry Lab for Engineers I               1
MTH 311 Ordinary Differential Equations               3
MAE 303 Thermodynamics I                           3
MTH 211 Calculus III                                 3
Total 16
Year 3
CAE 320 Concrete Structures (ARC 533)              3
CAE 330 Fluid Mechanics                             3
Technical Elective*                                  3
ARC 511 Drawing I                                   3
ARC 501 Architecture Design I (ARC 292)            6
Total 18 CAE 321 Steel Structures (ARC 532)                  3
CAE 380 Electrical & Illumination Systems (ARC 563)  3
CAE 381 Mechanical Systems for Buildings (ARC 562)  3
ARC 513 Computing I                                 3
ARC 502 Architecture Design II (ARC 293)            6

Total 18
Summer (REQUIRED 10 week semester)
ARC 503 Architecture Design III                       6
Total 6
Year 4
CAE 480 Design of Environ.l Systems for Buildings     3

History of Architect (ARC 476)                        3
ARC 504 Architecture Design IV (Comprehensive)    6
People and Society Elective*                          3
ARC 517 Construction Documents                     3
Total 18 CAE 370 Geotechnical Engineering I                   3
CAE 371 Geotechnical Laboratory I                   1
CAE 402 Professional Engineering Practice             3
CAE 460 Construction Management (Arch Elective)    3
ARC 531 Building Tech II                             3
ARC 568 Architecture History II                       3
Total 16
Year 5
CAE 403 Senior Design Project I                     1
CAE 470 Foundation Eng. & Earth Retaining Sys       3
ARC 500 Theory of Architecture and the Environment 3
ARC 507 Architecture Design                         6
Total 13 CAE 404 Senior Design Project II                     2
ARC 594 GIS in Urban Design                         3
Architecture Elective                                 3
ARC 609 Architecture Design                         6
Total 14
Year 6
ARC 652 Management of Professional Practice         3
ARC 699 Architectural Thesis Preparation             3
Architecture Elective                                 3
People and Society Elective*                          3
Total 12 AEN Design Elective*                                3
Advanced PS/HA Elective                             3
Architecture Elective                                 3
ARC 610 Architecture Design Degree Project           6

Total 15
* To be selected from approved lists of People and Society/Humanities and Arts, Technical and Design Electives
The department also offers 5-year programs leading to the B.S. and the M.S. degrees.  These programs are open to students who are admitted to the graduate program at the end of their junior year. Students applying for this program must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0, and score more than 1000 on the Graduate Record Examination. The course requirements for the five-year BS/MS programs are as follows: 

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and
Master of Science in Civil Engineering
Freshman Year:
CAE 111 Introduction to Engineering I 3 CAE 112$ Introduction to Engineering II 2
ENG 105 English Composition I 3 ENG 107 Writing About Science 3
MTH 151 Calculus I for Engineers 5 MTH 162 Calculus II 4
PHY 205 University Physics I 3 PHY 206 University Physics II 3
People and Society Elective* 3 PHY 208 University Physics II Lab 1
CAE 210 Mechanics of Solids I 3

Total 17 Total 16
Sophomore Year:
CAE 211 Mechanics of Solids II 3
CAE 212 Structural Laboratory 1
CAE 310$ Structural Analysis 3
IEN 311 Applied Probability and Statistics 3 MTH 311 Ordinary Differential Equations 3
PHY 207 University Physics III 3 CHM 151 Chemistry for Engineers I 3
PHY 209 University Physics III Lab 1 CHM 153 Chemistry Lab for Engineers 1
MTH 211 Calculus III 3 Basic Science Elective* 3
Humanities and Arts Elective* 3 Humanities and Arts Elective* 3
Total 17 Total 16
Junior Year:
CAE 320$ Concrete Structures 3 CAE 321$ Steel Structures 3
CAE 370$ Geotechnical Engineering I 3
CAE 330 Fluid Mechanics 3 CAE 371$ Geotechnical Laboratory 1
CAE 340$ Intro to Environmental Engineering 3 CAE 430$ Water-Resources Engineering I 3
CAE 350$ Transportation Engineering I 3 CAE 440$ Water Quality Control Systems 3
MAE 303 Thermodynamics I 3 CAE 450$ Transportation Engineering II 3
People and Society Elective* 3
Total 18 Total 16
Senior Year:
CAE 402 Professional Engineering Practice 3

CAE 470$ Foundations & Earth Retaining Sys. 3 CEN Tech Elective Course 3
CAE 530$ Water Resources Engineering II 3 CEN Design elective$$ 3
Advanced PS/HA Elective* 3 Advanced PS/HA Elective* 3
Tech Elective 3
CAE 603$ Master Design Project I 3
Graduate Level Course 3 Graduate Level Course 3
Graduate Level Course 3
Total 18 Total 18

Graduate Year:
Graduate Level Course 3 Graduate Level Course 3
Graduate Level Course 3 Graduate Level Course 3
Graduate Level Course 3 Graduate Level Course 3
Total 9 Total 9
* To be selected from lists of approved People and Society (PS)/Humanities and Arts (HA), Technical, Design, and Basic Science electives; $ Only offered once a year; $$ CAE 520 or CAE 521


Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering and
Master of Science in Architectural Engineering
Freshman Year:
CAE 111 Introduction to Engineering I 3 CAE 112$ Introduction to Engineering II 2
ENG 105 English Composition I 3 ENG 107 Writing About Science 3
MTH 151 Calculus I for Engineers 5 MTH 162 Calculus II 4
PHY 205 University Physics I 3 PHY 206 University Physics II 3
People and Society Elective* 3 PHY 208 University Physics II Lab 1
CAE 210 Mechanics of Solids I 3

Total 17 Total 16
Sophomore Year:
MTH 211 Calculus III 3
CAE 211 Mechanics of Solids II 3 CAE 310$ Structural Analysis 3
CAE 212 Structural Laboratory 1
ARC 230$ Bldg. Tech. I: Materials & Methods 3
ARC 294$ Intro. to Develop. of Architecture 3 ARC 292$ Introduction to Architecture Design I 3
PHY 207 University Physics III 3 CHM 151 Chemistry for Engineers I 3
PHY 209 University Physics III Lab 1 CHM 153 Chemistry Lab for Engineers 1

IEN 311 Applied Probability and Statistics 3 MTH 311 Ordinary Differential Equations 3
Total 17 Total 16
Junior Year:
CAE 321$ Steel Structures 3
CAE 320$ Concrete Structures 3 CAE 370$ Geotechnical Engineering I 3
CAE 330 Fluid Mechanics 3 CAE 371$ Geotechnical Laboratory 1
MAE 303 Thermodynamics I 3 CAE 380$ Electrical & Illum. Sys for Bldgs. 3
ARC 293$ Intro. to Architecture Design II 3 CAE 381$ Mechanical Systems for Buildings 3
ARC 476$ 19th and 20th Century Architecture 3 People and Society Elective* 3
Technical Elective 3
Total 18 Total 16
Senior Year:
CAE 402 Professional Engineering Practice 3
CAE 480$ Design of Environ. Sys for Bldgs. 3 CAE 460$ Construction Management 3
CAE 470$ Found. Eng. & Earth Retaining Sys 3 ARC 594$ GIS in Urban Design 3
ARC 517$ Construction Documents 3
Advanced PS/HA Elective* 3 AEN Design Elective$$ 3
CAE 603$ Master Design Project I 3
Graduate Level Course 3 Graduate Level Course 3
Graduate Level Course 3
Total 18 Total 18

Graduate Year:
Graduate Level Course 3 Graduate Level Course 3
Graduate Level Course 3 Graduate Level Course 3
Graduate Level Course 3 Graduate Level Course 3
Total 9 Total 9
* To be selected from lists of approved People and Society (PS)/Humanities and Arts (HA), Technical and Design electives;    $ Only offered once a year;  $$ CAE 520 or CAE 521


Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering and
Master of Science in Civil Engineering
Freshman Year:
CAE 111 Introduction to Engineering I 3 CAE 112 Introduction to Engineering II$ 2
ENG 105 English Composition I 3 ENG 107 Writing About Science 3
MTH 151 Calculus I for Engineers 5 MTH 162 Calculus II 4
PHY 205 University Physics I 3 PHY 206 University Physics II 3
People and Society Elective* 3 PHY 208 University Physics II Lab 1
People and Society Elective* 3
Total 17 Total 16
Sophomore Year:
CAE 210 Mechanics of Solids I 3 CAE 211 Mechanics of Solids II# 3
PHY 207 University Physics III 3 MTH 311 Ordinary Differential Equations 3
PHY 209 University Physics III Lab 1 EEN 205 Principles of Electrical Eng.g I 3
MTH 211 Calculus III 3 CHM 112 Principles of Chemistry II 3
CHM 111 Principles of Chemistry I 3 CHM 114 Chemistry Laboratory II 1
CHM 113 Chemistry Laboratory I 1 Biology Elective* 3
IEN 311 Applied Probability and Statistics 3
Total 17 Total 16
Junior Year:
CAE 330 Fluid Mechanics 3 CAE 345$ Environmental Laboratory 3
CAE 340$ Intro. to Environmental Eng.g 3 CAE 430$ Water-Resources Engineering I 3
MAE 303 Thermodynamics I 3 CAE 440 Water Quality Control Systems 3
MSC 111 Introduction to Marine Science 3 Environmental Eng. Course$$ 3
Humanities and Arts Elective* 3 MSC 301 Intro. to Physical Oceanography 3
Humanities and Arts Elective* 3
Total 15 Total 18
Senior Year:
Environmental Eng. Course$$ 3 CAE 402 Professional Engineering Practice 3
CAE 530$ Water-Resources Engineering II 3 Environmental Eng. Course$$ 3
RSMAS Course 3 Tech Elective 3
Advanced PS/HA Elective* 3 Advanced PS/HA Elective* 3
CAE 603$ Master Design Project I 3
Graduate Level Course 3 Graduate Level Course 3
Graduate Level Course 3
Total 18 Total 18

Graduate Year:
Graduate Level Course 3 Graduate Level Course 3
Graduate Level Course 3 Graduate Level Course 3
Graduate Level Course 3 Graduate Level Course 3
Total 9 Total 9
$ Only offered once a year; # Co-requisite CAE 212 not required for EnE majors;
* To be selected from lists of approved People and Society (PS)/Humanities and Arts (HA), Biological Science and Technical electives; $$ CAE540, CAE 533 and CAE 542 offered on a 3-semester rotation. Students must take these three courses


MINOR IN CIVIL, ARCHITECTURAL OR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
(for students in the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Architecture)   

A Minor in Civil, Architectural, or Environmental Engineering requires 15 credits passed with a grade of C or higher. Students are required to satisfy the prerequisites for all courses, and are required to complete the core course, CAE 210, plus an additional 12 or 13 credits within an area of specialization. The additional credits required for minors in civil, architectural, and environmental engineering are as follows:

Minor in Civil Engineering

GEOTECHNICAL TRACK
CAE 211 (CAE 212 optional), CAE 330, CAE 370/371, CAE 470.

STRUCTURAL TRACK
CAE 211 (CAE 212 optional), CAE 310, and any two of: CAE 320, CAE 321, CAE 520 and CAE 521

Minor in Architectural Engineering

STRUCTURAL TRACK
CAE 211 (CAE 212 optional), CAE 310, CAE 320, and CAE 321

MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL Systems TRACK
CAE 330, CAE 380, CAE 381, and CAE 480

Minor in Environmental Engineering

CAE 330, CAE 340, CAE 430, and CAE 440