Civil and Environmental Engineering
The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering offers two ABET-accredited degrees: a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering. Additional information is available in the individual program sections of this catalogue.
Students pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering are subject to the Academic Standards in CEMS outlined in this catalogue.
Students may apply no more than three credits graded D, D+ or D- in any engineering (BME, CE, EE, ENGR or ME) course toward the degree.
The required minimum semester and cumulative grade point average (GPA) for good academic standing in the Department of Civl & Environmental Engineering is 2.30.
CRITERIA FOR PLACEMENT ON TRIAL
A student earning less than a 2.30 semester or cumulative GPA will be placed on trial.
CRITERIA FOR CONTINUATION ON TRIAL
A student who has been on trial for one or more semesters but does not meet the criteria for removal from trial or dismissal for low scholarship (see below) will be continued on trial.
CRITERIA FOR DISMISSAL FOR LOW SCHOLARSHIP
A student earning less than a 2.30 semester GPA for two successive semesters, or less than 2.30 cumulative GPA for three successive semesters will be dismissed for low scholarship from the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. A student will be dismissed for low scholarship only after the student has been on trial for the preceding semester. Students who meet the overall Academic Standards in CEMS (2.00 semester and cumulative GPA) will have the opportunity to move into another program within the college.
CRITERIA FOR REMOVAL FROM ACADEMIC TRIAL
A student who has been Placed on Trial or Continued on Trial is Removed from Trial when both the semester and cumulative GPA are 2.30 or higher.
Civil and Environmental Engineering Majors
See the online Graduate Catalogue for more information.