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Undergraduate Program in Civil and Environmental Engineering

A minimum of 120 units is required for graduation Freshman Year Chemistry 1A - General Chemistry OR Chemistry 4A - General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis E 7 - Introduction to Applied Computing Mathematics 1A Calculus AND Mathematics 1B Calculus Physics 7A Physics for Scientists and Engineers Basic Science Breadth Elective (Bio 1B or CE 70) Reading and Composition Course from List A AND Reading and Composition Course from List B CE 92 - Introduction to Civil & Environmental Engineering Total Sophomore Year Math 53 Multivariate Calculus AND Math 54 - Linear Algebra & Diff. Equations Physics 7B - Physics for Scientists & Engineers Basic Science Elective (one of the following): Either Chem 1B: General Chemistry, OR Chem 4B General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis OR Physics 7C: Physics for Scientists & Engineers CE C30/ME C85 Introduction to Solid Mechanics CE 60 - Structure & Properties of Civil Engineering Materials Engineering Sophomore Elective CE 11 Engineered Systems and Sustainability OR CE 70 Engineering Geology (if CE 70 was taken in the freshman year students must take CE 11) CE 93 - Engineering Data Analysis First Additional Humanities/Social Studies Course Total Junior Year CE 100 - Elementary Fluid Mechanics CE 130N Mechanics of Structures Engineering Science Elective (one of the following): Engin 115 Thermodynamics, OR ME 40 - Engineering Mechanics II, OR ME 104 Engineering Mechanics Elective Core (four of the following seven): CE 103 - Hydrology (Spring) CE 111 - Environmental Engineering (Fall) CE 120 - Structural Engineering (Spring) CE 155 - Transportation Systems Engineering (Spring) CE 167 - Engineering Project Management (Fall) CE 175 - Geotechnical & Geoenvironmental Engineering (Fall & Spring) CE 191 - Civil & Environmental Systems Analysis (Fall) Second and Third Additional Humanities/Social Studies Course Total Senior Year CE 192 - Art & Science of Civil & Environmental Engineering Practice Engineering Electives: 15 additional units of upper-division technically oriented engineering coursework offered in the College of Engineering or in Chemical Engineering. Cannot include any course taken on a P/NP basis, BioE 100; CS 194, 195, C195; E 100, 110, C111, 124, 130AC, 140, 191, 193, 195, 196; EE 194, IEOR 172, 190 series; ME 106; Chem E 185. Design Elective (one of the following; note that some design electives are only offered in Fall or Spring): CE 105 - Applied Environmental Fluid Mechanics (Spring) CE 112 - Environmental Engineering Design (Spring) CE 122N/CE 122L - Design of Steel Structures & Steel Design Lab (Fall Lecture & Spring Lab) CE 123N/CE 123L - Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures & Concrete Design Lab (Fall Lecture & Spring Lab) CE 153 - Design of Transportation Facilities (Fall) CE 177 - Foundation of Engineering Design (Fall) CE 180 - Construction, Maintenance,& Design of Engin. Systems (Spring) CE 186 Design of Cyber Physical Systems (Spring) Fourth Additional Humanities/Social Studies Course Free Electives Total The Humanities/Social Studies requirement includes two approved reading and composition courses and four additional approved courses, with which a number of specific conditions must be satisfied. This chart shows the courses in recommended order, but in most cases the courses can be taken at any time during the program as long as course prerequisites are met. See coe.berkeley.edu/hssreq for a list of approved courses. 1 4 3 3-4 4 4 3 <3> 3-4 14-17 14-17 4 4 3 <3> 3 Fall 4 4 3-4 4 <1> 16-17 Spring 4 4 4 4 <1> 16-17

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