Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Roadmap

127 Total Units Required
Minimum Number of Units in Major: 93

Plan of Study Grid
First SemesterUnits
CHEM 115
General Chemistry I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry
or Chemistry for the Energy and the Environment
3-5
ENGR 100 Introduction to Engineering 1
ENGR 101 Engineering Graphics 1
MATH 226 Calculus I 1 4
GE Area A: Written English Communication (A2) 2 3
GE Area D: U.S. History (D2) or U.S. and California Government (D3) 3 3
 Units15-17
Second Semester
ENGR 103 Introduction to Computers 1
MATH 227 Calculus II 4
PHYS 220
PHYS 222
General Physics with Calculus I
and General Physics with Calculus I Laboratory
4
GE Area A: Oral Communication (A1) 3
GE Area B: Life Science (B2) 3
GE Area C: Arts (C1) 3
 Units18
Third Semester
ENGR 102 Statics 3
ENGR 200 Materials of Engineering 3
MATH 228 Calculus III 4
PHYS 230
PHYS 232
General Physics with Calculus II
and General Physics with Calculus II Laboratory
4
GE Area A: Written English Communication II (A4) 3
 Units17
Fourth Semester
ENGR 201 Dynamics 3
ENGR 235 Surveying 3
ENGR 205 Electric Circuits 4 3
MATH 245 Elementary Differential Equations and Linear Algebra 3
PHYS 240
PHYS 242
General Physics with Calculus III
and General Physics with Calculus III Laboratory
4
 Units16
Fifth Semester
ENGR 300 Engineering Experimentation 3
ENGR 304 Mechanics of Fluids 3
ENGR 309 Mechanics of Solids 3
ENGR 434 Principles of Environmental Engineering 3
GE Area C: Arts (C1) or Humanities (C2) 3
GE Area D: U.S. History (D2) or U.S. and California Government (D3) 3
 Units18
Sixth Semester
ENGR 302 Experimental Analysis 5 1
ENGR 323 Structural Analysis 3
ENGR 429 Construction Management 3
ENGR 430 Soil Mechanics 3
ENGR 436 Transportation Engineering 3
GE Area C: Humanities: Literature (C3) 3
 Units16
Seventh Semester
ENGR 425 Reinforced Concrete Structures 3
ENGR 696 Engineering Design Project I 6 1
Major Upper Division Electives – See List – Take Two 6
GE Area D: Social Sciences (D1) 3
 Units13
Eighth Semester
ENGR 697GW Engineering Design Project II-GWAR 2
Major Upper Division Electives – See List – Take Two 6
GE Area UD–C: Upper Division Arts and/or Humanities (Consider SF State Studies Course) 3
GE Area UD–D: Upper Division Social Sciences (Consider SF State Studies Course) 3
 Units14
 Total Units127-129
1

MATH 60 and/or MATH 70 are required prerequisites to MATH 124 unless you score 50 or higher on ELM or have an ELM exemption.

2

ENG 114 can only be taken if you complete Directed Self-Placement (DSP) and select ENG 114; if you choose ENG 104/ENG 105 through DSP you will satisfy A2 upon successful completion of 105 in the second semester; multilingual students may be advised into alternative English courses.

3

To avoid taking additional units, it is recommended that you meet LLD and SF State Studies requirements (AERM, GP, ES, SJ) within your GE.

4

GE Area A: Critical Thinking (A3) is satisfied upon completion of ENGR 205 and ENGR 201 or ENGR 213.

5

GE Area UD–B: Upper Division Physical and/or Life Sciences is satisfied upon completion of ENGR 300 and either ENGR 301 or ENGR 302.

6

You must complete 21 units of upper-division engineering units before registering for ENGR 696.

Major Electives

ENGR 303Engineering Thermodynamics3
ENGR 421Structural Engineering Laboratory1
ENGR 425Reinforced Concrete Structures3
ENGR 426Steel Structures3
ENGR 427Wood Structures3
ENGR 431Foundation Engineering3
ENGR 432Finite Element Methods in Structural and Continuum Mechanics3
ENGR 435Environmental Engineering Design3
ENGR 439Construction Engineering3
ENGR 441Fundamentals of Composite Materials3
ENGR 461Mechanical and Structural Vibrations3
ENGR 468Applied Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics3
ENGR 469Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems3
ENGR 610Engineering Cost Analysis3
ENGR 699Independent Study1-3
ENGR 825Bridge Engineering and Prestress Reinforced Concrete Structures3
ENGR 826Seismic Hazard Analysis3
ENGR 827Structural Design for Fire Safety3
ENGR 829Advanced Topics in Structural Engineering3
ENGR 830Finite Element Methods in Structural Continuum Mechanics3
ENGR 831Advanced Concrete Structures3
ENGR 832Advanced Topics in Seismic Design3
ENGR 833Principles of Earthquake Engineering3
ENGR 835Advanced Steel Structures3
ENGR 836Structural Design for Earthquakes3
ENGR 837Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering3