In 2019, the WSU campus will have more than a dozen civil engineering departments, each with a unique curriculum.
Students in each department must pass the civil engineering requirements to graduate.
Students who complete the program are required to complete the Civil Engineering Major Program (CEP) in the WSM’s School of Engineering.
Students must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in the area of civil engineering to complete this program.
Civil engineering students must complete the CEP in order to be considered for graduation.
Each department offers a variety of courses to meet the civil engineer requirements, which are outlined below.
All courses are offered in-person.
Each student is expected to complete four to five units in the course and then graduate with an associate’s degree in civil engineering.
Courses in the Civil engineering department require students to have a bachelor of science degree from a university in a civil engineering field.
Students are also expected to have completed a minimum number of units in all of the departments’ required courses to be eligible for graduation with a civil engineer degree.
Courts in the department may also include the following: The course “Civil Engineering,” offered by the WSAW, is a prerequisite to completing the Civil Engineer Program.
This course includes a broad range of topics related to civil engineering: Civil Engineering Theory and Methods