Course requirements include courses within the Cockrell School of Engineering and other required courses. In addition, each student must complete the University’s core curriculum. In some cases, a course required for the Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering may also be counted toward the core curriculum; these courses are identified below.
In the process of fulfilling engineering degree requirements, students must also complete coursework to satisfy the following flag requirements: one independent inquiry flag, one quantitative reasoning flag, one ethics and leadership flag, one global cultures flag, one cultural diversity in the US flag, and two writing flags. The independent inquiry flag, the quantitative reasoning flag, the ethics and leadership flag and one writing flag are carried by courses specifically required for the degree; these courses are identified below. Students are advised to fulfill the second writing flag requirement with a course that meets another requirement of the core curriculum. Courses that may be used to fulfill flag requirementsare identified in the Course Schedule.
|Civil Engineering Courses|
|C E 301||Civil Engineering Systems||3|
|C E 311K||Introduction to Computer Methods||3|
|C E 311S||Probability and Statistics for Civil Engineers||3|
|C E 319F||Elementary Mechanics of Fluids||3|
|C E 321||Transportation Systems||3|
|C E 324P||Properties and Behavior of Engineering Materials||3|
|C E 329||Structural Analysis||3|
|C E 333T||Engineering Communication (writing flag; ethics and leadership flag)||3|
|C E 341||Introduction to Environmental Engineering||3|
|C E 356||Elements of Hydraulic Engineering||3|
|C E 357||Geotechnical Engineering||3|
|C E 171P||Engineering Professionalism (ethics and leadership flag)||1|
|ARE 323K||Project Management and Economics||3|
|CH 301||Principles of Chemistry I (part I science and technology)||3|
|CH 302||Principles of Chemistry II (part I science and technology)||3|
|E M 306||Statics||3|
|E M 319||Mechanics of Solids||3|
|M 408C||Differential and Integral Calculus (mathematics; quantitative reasoning flag)||4|
|M 408D||Sequences, Series, and Multivariable Calculus||4|
|M 427J||Differential Equations with Linear Algebra (quantitative reasoning flag)||4|
|or M 427K||Advanced Calculus for Applications I|
|M E 210||Engineering Design Graphics||2|
|PHY 103M||Laboratory for Physics 303K||1|
|PHY 103N||Laboratory for Physics 303L||1|
|PHY 303K||Engineering Physics I (part II science and technology)||3|
|PHY 303L||Engineering Physics II||3|
|Other Required Courses|
|E M 311M||Dynamics||3|
|or M E 320||Applied Thermodynamics|
|Approved science elective||3|
|Approved mathematics, science, or engineering science elective||3|
|Level I electives||15|
|Level II elective (independent inquiry flag)||3|
|Remaining Core Curriculum|
|RHE 306||Rhetoric and Writing (English Composition)||3|
|E 316L||British Literature (humanities; in E 316L, 316M, 316N, and 316P some sections carry a global cultures or cultural diversity flag)||3|
|or E 316M||American Literature|
|or E 316N||World Literature|
|or E 316P||Masterworks of Literature|
|American and Texas government (some sections carry a cultural diversity flag)||6|
|American history (some sections carry a cultural diversity flag)||6|
|Social and behavioral science (some sections carry a global cultures and/or cultural diversity flag)||3|
|Visual and performing arts (some sections carry a global cultures and/or cultural diversity flag)||3|
|UGS 302||First-Year Signature Course (in UGS 302 all sections carry writing flag; in UGS 303 some sections carry a writing flag)||3|
|or UGS 303||First-Year Signature Course|
The civil engineering curriculum does not require the student to declare a specific technical area option. However, for the guidance of students with particular interests, level I electives in civil engineering are listed in areas of specialization. The 15 semester hours of level I electives must be chosen from the following civil engineering and architectural engineering courses; in special cases, with the written permission of the department chair, this requirement may be relaxed, provided the student demonstrates in advance that the courses to be substituted for civil engineering or architectural engineering courses are part of a consistent educational plan. To provide a broad general background, at least one technical elective from each of three different areas of specialization must be included in each student's program.
Each student must take at least one technical area option level II elective. Level II electives may be substituted for technical area option level I electives, but the requirement of at least one technical elective from each of three different areas of specialization still applies.
The following lists reflect current course offerings and are subject to change by the faculty. Current lists are available in the departmental undergraduate office.
Construction Engineering and Project Management
Architectural Engineering 376, Building Information Modeling for Capital Projects
Civil Engineering 369R, Indoor Air Quality
Civil Engineering 367T, Traffic Engineering
Water Resources Engineering
Water Resources Engineering
Каждый университет в Соединенных Штатах Америки устанавливает собственные стандарты приема, таким образом, не существует единых критериев для всех студентов, и только университет может решить, какие абитуриенты соответствуют требованиям, а какие - нет. Плата за каждую заявку составляет от $35 to $100.
После выбора университетов, в которые вы хотите подать документы стоит связаться с ними для подачи заявок и получения дополнительной информации о поступлении для иностранных студентов. Кроме того, при выборе программ магистратуры и докторантуры стоит обратить особое внимание на требования к поступающим. Некоторые программы требуют, чтобы вы отправили заявку на их факультет.
Решение о зачислении принимается на основании академической успеваемости абитуриента и результатах различных тестов, таких как TOEFL, SAT или ACT (для программ бакалавриата) и GRE или GMAT (для программ магистратуры). Оно также зависит от академических результатов и мотивации.
If you are an international applicant, you must submit documentation showing that you have completed an accredited secondary school series equivalent to that of a U.S. high school.
Submit an official record or transcript (mark sheet) that shows all your secondary school work and grades (or marks) starting with ninth grade and continuing through at least the end of 11th grade. You should also include copies of your official final examinations taken at the end of the secondary school program, including external exams such as the General Certificate of Education (GCE) “O” and “A” level examinations, school leaving certificates and matriculation exams.
If the documents you are submitting are written in a language other than English, you must also submit complete and official English translations together with the original-language records.
Send us official transcript(s) documenting any college credit earned while in high school (dual credit counts!).
Ask someone who knows you well to write a letter about your character and accomplishments. Letters of recommendation are appreciated but not required.