Career Opportunities: Traditional areas of professional specialization for civil engineers include environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, water resource and hydrotechnical engineering, public works and urban planning, transportation engineering, structural engineering and construction engineering. The list has expanded to encompass analytical and physical modeling, materials science, nondestructive testing, robotics and artificial intelligence, advanced instrumentation, and computer-aided engineering.
Requirements for Graduation
In order to earn an Associate of Arts Degree in Engineering with a major in Civil Engineering, a student must complete a minimum of 60 credit-hours of required and elective course work.
Note: ENGR 199 replaces WVUe 191 as a first-semester requirement.
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