Catalogue 2018 - 2019

Railway Engineering Concentration

The Railway Engineering concentration provides a solid foundation in major sub-disciplines of civil engineering with an emphases on railway engineering. This concentration leads to employment in both private and public sectors of industry. Examples of career opportunities include state and federal agencies, and small to large private engineering firms.

Degree Requirements

Senior Year - Spring Semester

CEE 400Ethical and Professional Issues

1 cr.

CEE 402Capstone Design

3 cr.

CEE 470Construction Engineering

3 cr.

IE 312Engineering Economic Analysis

3 cr.

ILP XXXIntegrated Liberal Professional Perspective

3 cr.

LBC XXXLearning Beyond the Classroom

No cr.

CUL XXXCultural/Aesthetic Perspective

3 cr.

Total Credit Hours:16

Junior Year - Fall Semester

CEE 341Structural Analysis

3 cr.

CEE 351Transportation Engineering

3 cr.

CEE 353Transportation Engineering Laboratory

1 cr.

CEE 361Engineering Fluid Mechanics

3 cr.

CEE 455Railroad Transportation Engineering

3 cr.

IE 212Probability and Statistics

3 cr.

Total Credit Hours:16

Junior Year - Spring Semester

CEE 320Environmental Engineering

3 cr.

CEE 322Environmental Engineering Laboratory

1 cr.

CEE 330Soil Mechanics

3 cr.

CEE 332Soil Mechanics Laboratory

1 cr.

CEE 342Steel & Reinforced Concrete Design

3 cr.

CEE 456Railroad Track Structure Engineering

3 cr.

HIST XXXHistorical Perspective

3 cr.

Total Credit Hours:17

Senior Year - Fall Semester

CEE 430Geotechnical Engineering

3 cr.

CEE 451Construction Materials

3 cr.

CEE 453Construction Materials Laboratory

1 cr.

CEE 461Water Resources Engineering

3 cr.

xxxTechnical or Design Elective

3 cr.

PH XXXEthical Perspective

3 cr.

Total Credit Hours:16

Total Credit Hours: 65

1.Technical or design electives are engineering, math, science, or computer courses normally numbered 300 or above and approved by the advisor.

2. General Education courses must be selected in such a way to insure all "perspectives of understanding" (p. 34) requirements have been satisfied.

3. General elective. Selected on approval of the academic advisor.

Total credit hours required for graduation - 132.

The 2.0 required minimum grade point average in the major is based upon all CEE courses pursued as a part of the student's degree program.