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2021-2022 Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Geological Engineering, B.S.


To achieve its objective, the B.S. degree is founded upon a strong background in mathematics, physical and geological sciences, and engineering fundamentals; as well as economics and the humanities and social sciences - a background that will support changing career requirements and objectives and the pursuit of life long learning. During their sophomore through senior years, all students are introduced to four fundamental areas of Geological Engineering: Mining Geology, Hydrogeology, Geomechanics, and Engineering Geology. Students are then required to select an area of emphasis (option) for completion of their degree, or to design a program of electives that better serves their personal interests and objectives in concert with their faculty advisor.

 

Geological Engineering


Freshman


Sophomore


Junior


Senior


Total: 4 credits required

Fall Semester


Total: 15

Spring Semester


Total: 15

Minimum Credits for a B.S. degree in Geological Engineering: 136


** Select 3 fundamentals of engineering electives courses from: EGEN 202 - Engineering Mech--Dynamics , EELE 201 - Circuits I for Engineering , EGEN 324 - Applied Thermodynamics  (or PET 372 - Petroleum Fluids & Thermodynamics ), EGEN 213 - Survey of MET & MAT Engin , and  M 333 - Matrices & Linear Algebra  , and one introductory programming class - CSCI 110  , CSCI 111  , CSCI 112 , CSCI 116  , CSCI 117  , or CSCI 135