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Any student admitted to KSU as a degree-seeking undergraduate may declare this major directly in Owl Express.
Special General Education Requirements
Area A2: Students must take MATH 1190 or higher.
Area D1: Students must take MATH 2202 or higher.
Area D2: Students must take PHYS 2211/L and PHYS 2212/L.
Engineering Standing Requirements
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Double Owl Pathways
Related Minors or Certificates Available
CE 3201: Structural Analysis
This course is the introductory course in identification and analysis of basic structural elements. Topics include the determination of beam deflections, methods for the computational analysis of statically indeterminate trusses, moment distribution, and the analysis of frames.
CE 4103: Design of Steel Structures
Behavior and design of structural members and connections using Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) methods; mechanical properties of structural steel; design of tension members, compression members, beams and beam-columns; typical shear and moment connections, welded and bolted; and steel joist design.
CE 4178: Highway Design and Construction
This course addresses many challenges facing engineers when designing and constructing highways. Areas of study include the design of horizontal and vertical alignments, roadside features, parking facilities, intersection design elements, traffic control devices, traffic signal operations and vehicle detection design, and the socioeconomic impacts of the roadway design.
CE 4353: Air Pollution Control
This course focuses on fundamental concepts of air pollution, emission sources, atmospheric dispersion, ambient concentrations, adverse effects, governmental regulations, emission standards, air-quality standards, processes and equipment for controlling emissions, and noise pollution.