Construction Engineering Technology

Freshman YearCredits
ECIV 101 - Intro To Civil Engineering1    
CHMY 121IN - Introduction to General Chemistry
& CHMY 122IN - Introduction to General Chemistry Lab*
ECNS 101IS - Economic Way of Thinking3    
M 165Q - Calculus for Technology I*3    
University Seminar - Choose one of the following:3    
COMX 111US - Introduction to Public Speaking (formerly COM 110US)
CLS 101US - Knowledge and Community
US 101US - First Year Seminar
LS 101US - Interdisciplinary Ways of Knowing
BGEN 104US - Business & Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Seminar
CLS 201US - Knowledge and Community
Take CLS 201US if > 30 earned credits.
HONR 201US - Texts and Critics: Knowledge & Imagination I
ETCC 204 - Appld Analysis for Const Tech  1  
ETCC 243 - Building Materials and Systems  3  
M 166 - Calculus for Technology II  3  
PHSX 205 - College Physics I*  4  
EMAT 251 - Materials Structures and Prop  3  
WRIT 101W - College Writing I*  3  
Year Total: 14 17  
Sophomore YearCredits
EGEN 203 - Applied Mechanics*3    
PHSX 207 - College Physics II4    
SRVY 230 - Intro to Surveying for Engineers3    
DDSN 131 - Introduction to Drafting and Design3    
Choose one of the following:3    
BMGT 205 - Prof Business Communication
WRIT 201 - College Writing II
WRIT 221 - Intermediate Tech Writing
HONR 202IH - Texts and Critics: Knowledge & Imagination II
EGEN 208 - Applied Strength of Materials (University Core)**  3  
SRVY 273 - Route Surveying**  3  
GPHY 284 - Intro to GIS Science & Cartog   3  
DDSN 166 - Revit I  3  
Choose one of the following:  3  
ACTG 201 - Principles of Financial Accounting
BGEN 210 - Accounting and Finance Basics
Year Total: 16 15  
Junior YearCredits
ECIV 308 - Construction Practice**3    
EGEN 331 - Applied Mechanics of Fluids**3    
ETCC 302 - Soils and Foundations**3    
STAT 216Q - Introduction to Statistics3    
Tech Prof. Electives**2    
University Core (IH, IA/RA or D)3    
ECIV 307 - Construction Estimating and Bidding**  3  
EGEN 310R - Multidisciplinary Engineering Design**  3  
ETCC 310 - Concrete Technology**  3  
ECIV 404 - Heavy Const Equip and Methods  3  
University Core (IH, IA/RA or D)  3  
Tech. Prof. Electives  3  
ETCC 498 - Internship**    1-2
Year Total: 17 18 1-2
Senior YearCredits
ECIV 311 - Construction Project Documentation**2    
ECIV 405 - Construction Project Planning and Scheduling**3    
ETCC 412 - Structural Elements**3    
ETME 425 - Building Systems (Tech. Prof. Electives)**3    
EGEN 330 - Business Fundamentals for Technical Professionals3    
Tech. Prof. Electives3    
ETCC 499R - Capstone: Const Engin Tech**  2  
BGEN 361 - Principles of Business Law  3  
Tech. Prof. Electives**  6  
University Core (IH, IA/RA or D)  3  
Year Total: 17 14  
Total Program Credits: 128

Additional requirements:  At least 14 credits of technical-professional electives with a minimum of 2 credits of Internship Electives (maximum 6 credits).  See the CET flow chart for a list of Internship Electives. A maximum of 6 credits total from Individual Problems, Internships (if taking 2 internships, must be from two separate employers), and Undergraduate Research may be counted toward professional electives. Students must successfully complete all key courses (*) prior to taking any advanced courses (**) which includes professional electives. A maximum of 3 credit-hours may be included from a completed MSU minor, a prior or concurrent BS/BA degree in another major, or courses in a completed MSU Honors Program. A student may petition to include other senior or graduate level courses consistent with the degree program but not listed here (requires Academic Advisor and Department Head approval).
A minimum of 128 credits is required for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.

Technical-Professional Electives

ARCH 322IAWorld Architecture I3
ARCH 323IAWorld Architecture II3
BMGT 322Operations Management3
BMGT 329Human Resource Management3
BMGT 335Management and Organization3
BMGT 410Sustainable Business Practices3
BMKT 325Principles of Marketing3
DDSN 245Civil Drafting3
DDSN 266Revit II3
ECIV 309Building Information Modeling in Construction3
ECIV 334Heavy Civil Construction Planning & Estimating3
ECIV 350Transportation Engineering3
ECIV 401Civil Eng Practice and Ethics1
ECIV 406Sustainability Issues in Construction3
ECIV 417Heavy Civil Construction Practices3
ECIV 492Independent Study1-3
EELE 354Electric Power Applications3
EGEN 324Applied Thermodynamics3
EGEN 325Engineering Economic Analysis3
EIND 300Engineering Management & Ethics3
EIND 313Work Design and Analysis3
EIND 373Production Inventory Cost Analysis3
EIND 425Technology Entrepreneurship3
EIND 434Project Management for Engineers3
ETCC 492Independent Study1-3
ETCC 498Internship1-2
GPHY 384Adv GIS and Spatial Analysis0-3
GPHY 402Water and Society3
GPHY 426Remote Sensing3
GPHY 429RApplied Remote Sensing0,3
SRVY 355Surveying Calculations3
SRVY 361Intro Legal Princ in Surveying3
SRVY 362Public Land Survey System3
SRVY 375Analytic Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing3
SRVY 474Project Design in Surveying3