2017-18 Degree Plan

Construction Engineering, BS

School of Engineering: Department of Civil Engineering
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4 Year Plan

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Starting Math:150

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CNM to UNM Transfer

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Term 1 Hours Towards Degree: 14 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
ENGL 110: Accelerated Composition or ENGL 111: Composition I and ENGL 112: Composition II or ENGL 113: Enhanced Composition 3 C
Cc MATH 162: Calculus I 4 C
Cc CE 160L: Civil Engineering Design 3 C-
Cc CHEM 121: General Chemistry I 3 C
Cc CHEM 123L: General Chemistry I Lab 1 C
Term Hours: 14
Term 2 Hours Towards Degree: 30 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
ENGL 120: Composition III 3 C
Cc MATH 163: Calculus II 4 C
Cc PHYC 160: General Physics I 3 C
EPS 101: The Blue Planet or BIOL 110: Biology Non-Majors 3 C
Cc CS 151L: Computer Programming Fundamentals 3 C-
Term Hours: 16
Term 3 Hours Towards Degree: 46 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
CE 202: Statics 3 C-
MATH 264: Calculus III 4 C
PHYC 161: General Physics II 3 C
CE 283: Survey and Geomatics (Transportation System Measurements) 3 C
ECON 105: Macroeconomics or ECON 106: Microeconomics 3 C
Term Hours: 16
Term 4 Hours Towards Degree: 61 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
MATH 316: Differential Equations 3 C-
MGMT 202: Principles of Financial Accounting 3 C-
ENG 301: Dynamics 1 C-
ENG 302: Electronics (Non-majors) 1 C-
ENG 303: Thermodynamics 1 C-
ENGL 219: Technical Writing 3 C
Humanities Core 3 C
Term Hours: 15
Term 5 Hours Towards Degree: 77 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
CE 302: Mechanics of Materials 3 C-
CE 305: Infrastructure Materials Science 4 C-
CE 350: Engineering Economy 3 C-
CE 376: Cost Estimating 3 C-
Humanities Core 3 C
Term Hours: 16
Term 6 Hours Towards Degree: 93 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
STAT 345: Elements of Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory 3 C-
CE 308: Structural Analysis 3 C-
CE 360: Soil Mechanics 4 C-
CE 370: Construction Methods and Equipment 3 C-
CE 377: Construction Scheduling 3 C-
Term Hours: 16
Term 7 Hours Towards Degree: 109 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
CE 331: Fluid Mechanics/Lab 4 C-
CE 477: Project Controls 3 C-
Technical Elective 3 C-
Technical Elective 3 C-
Second Language Core 3 C
Term Hours: 16
Term 8 Hours Towards Degree: 125 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
CE 473: Construction Law 3 C-
CE 475: Construction Safety 3 C-
CE 495: Construction Internship 1 C-
CE 499: Design of Civil Engineering Systems 3 C-
Social/Behavioral Science Core 3 C
Fine Arts Core 3 C
Term Hours: 16
Degree Plan Notes
  • Each candidate for a degree must have at least a 2.00 GPA on work taken at the University of New Mexico which is counted toward the degree and at least a 2.00 GPA on all work taken at the University of New Mexico. In order to count toward graduation, each course required in a School of Engineering curriculum must be completed with a grade of C- or better. Courses used to fulfill the University of New Mexico core curriculum require a grade of C or better. Departments may have more restrictive academic requirements which also must be met.



  • Term 1 Hours Towards Degree: 15 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    ENGL 110: Accelerated Composition or ENGL 111: Composition I and ENGL 112: Composition II or ENGL 113: Enhanced Composition 3 C
    Cc MATH 153: Precalculus and Trigonometry 5 C
    Cc CE 160L: Civil Engineering Design 3 C-
    Cc CHEM 121: General Chemistry I 3 C
    Cc CHEM 123L: General Chemistry I Lab 1 C
    Term Hours: 15
    Term 2 Hours Towards Degree: 31 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    ENGL 120: Composition III 3 C
    Cc MATH 162: Calculus I 4 C
    Cc PHYC 160: General Physics I 3 C
    EPS 101: The Blue Planet or BIOL 110: Biology Non-Majors 3 C
    Cc CS 151L: Computer Programming Fundamentals 3 C-
    Term Hours: 16
    Term 3 Hours Towards Degree: 35 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    Cc MATH 163: Calculus II 4 C
    Term Hours: 4
    Term 4 Hours Towards Degree: 51 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    CE 202: Statics 3 C-
    MATH 264: Calculus III 4 C
    PHYC 161: General Physics II 3 C
    CE 283: Survey and Geomatics (Transportation System Measurements) 3 C-
    ECON 105: Macroeconomics or ECON 106: Microeconomics 3 C
    Term Hours: 16
    Term 5 Hours Towards Degree: 66 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    MATH 316: Differential Equations 3 C-
    MGMT 202: Principles of Financial Accounting 3 C-
    ENG 301: Dynamics 1 C-
    ENG 302: Electronics (Non-majors) 1 C-
    ENG 303: Thermodynamics 1 C-
    ENGL 219: Technical Writing 3 C
    Humanities Core 3 C
    Term Hours: 15
    Term 6 Hours Towards Degree: 82 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    CE 302: Mechanics of Materials 3 C-
    CE 305: Infrastructure Materials Science 4 C-
    CE 350: Engineering Economy 3 C-
    CE 376: Cost Estimating 3 C-
    Humanities Core 3 C
    Term Hours: 16
    Term 7 Hours Towards Degree: 98 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    STAT 345: Elements of Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory 3 C-
    CE 308: Structural Analysis 3 C-
    CE 360: Soil Mechanics 4 C-
    CE 370: Construction Methods and Equipment 3 C-
    CE 377: Construction Scheduling 3 C-
    Term Hours: 16
    Term 8 Hours Towards Degree: 114 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    CE 331: Fluid Mechanics/Lab 4 C-
    CE 477: Project Controls 3 C-
    Technical Elective 3 C-
    Technical Elective 3 C-
    Second Language Core 3 C
    Term Hours: 16
    Term 9 Hours Towards Degree: 130 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    CE 473: Construction Law 3 C-
    CE 475: Construction Safety 3 C-
    CE 495: Construction Internship 1 C-
    CE 499: Design of Civil Engineering Systems 3 C-
    Social/Behavioral Science Core 3 C
    Fine Arts Core 3 C
    Term Hours: 16
    Degree Plan Notes
  • Each candidate for a degree must have at least a 2.00 GPA on work taken at the University of New Mexico which is counted toward the degree and at least a 2.00 GPA on all work taken at the University of New Mexico. In order to count toward graduation, each course required in a School of Engineering curriculum must be completed with a grade of C- or better. Courses used to fulfill the University of New Mexico core curriculum require a grade of C or better. Departments may have more restrictive academic requirements which also must be met.



  • Term 1 Hours Towards Degree: 17 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    ENG 1101: College Writing (CNM) 3 C
    Cc MATH 1710: Calculus I (CNM) 4 C
    CHEM 1710: General Chemistry I (CNM) 3 C
    CHEM 1792: General Chemistry I Lab (CNM) 1 C
    ENGR 2088: Engineering Specialty [UNM (CE 160L)]) 3 C
    IT 1010: Introduction to Computers (CNM) 3 C
    • An SAT, ACT, Accuplacer, or TOEFL score determines placement into first-year composition courses.
    • The ENGR 2088 courses listed are actually courses completed at UNM. CNM does not offer an ENGR 2088. ENGR 2088 is a course number that receives UNM Engineering courses and applies them to the A.S. To see which class needs to be taken at UNM to satisfy this requirement hover over the course.
    Term Hours: 17
    Term 2 Hours Towards Degree: 34 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    ENG 1102: Analytic and Argumentative Writing (CNM) 3 C
    Cc MATH 1715: Calculus II (CNM) 4 C
    Cc PHYS 1710: Physics for Scientists and Engineers I (CNM) 4 C
    Cc PHYS 1792: Physics for Scientists and Engineers I Laboratory (CNM) 1 C
    CSCI 1153: Programming in Matlab (CNM) 4 C
    ENGR 1010: Survey of Engineering Fields (CNM) 1 C
    Term Hours: 17
    Term 3 Hours Towards Degree: 43 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    ECON 2200: Macroeconomics (CNM) 3 C
    Humanities (CNM) 3 C
    Social/Behavioral Science (CNM) 3 C
    Term Hours: 9
    Term 4 Hours Towards Degree: 61 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    Cc ENG 2219: Technical Writing (CNM) 3 C
    MATH 2710: Calculus III (CNM) 4 C
    Cc PHYS 1810: Physics for Scientists and Engineers II (CNM) 4 C
    PHYS 1892: Physics for Scientists and Engineers II Laboratory (CNM) 1 C
    ENGR 2810: Engineering Statics (CNM) 3 C
    Fine Arts (CNM) 3 C
    Term Hours: 18
    Term 5 Hours Towards Degree: 74 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    ACCT 1110: Accounting I (CNM) 3 C
    MATH 2910: Applied Ordinary Differential Equations (CNM) 3 C
    CHEM 1810: General Chemistry II (CNM) or EPS 1101: Introduction to Geology (CNM) 3 C
    CHEM 1892: General Chemistry II Lab (CNM) 1 C
    Humanities (CNM) 3 C
    • If student decides to take EPS 1101 instead of CHEM 1810 the student does not have to take CHEM 1892.
    Term Hours: 13
    Term 6 Hours Towards Degree: 91 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    CE 302: Mechanics of Materials 3 C-
    CE 305: Infrastructure Materials Science 4 C-
    CE 350: Engineering Economy 3 C-
    CE 376: Cost Estimating 3 C-
    CE 283: Survey and Geomatics 3 C-
    ENG 301: Dynamics 1 C-
    Term Hours: 17
    Term 7 Hours Towards Degree: 107 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    STAT 345: Elements Math Statistics 3 C
    CE 308: Structural Analysis 3 C-
    CE 360: Soil Mechanics 4 C-
    CE 370: Construction Methods and Equipment 3 C-
    CE 377: Construction Scheduling 3 C-
    Term Hours: 16
    Term 8 Hours Towards Degree: 122 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    CE 331: Fluid Mechanics/Lab 4 C-
    CE 477: Project Controls 3 C-
    ENG 303: Thermodynamics 1 C-
    ENG 302: Electronics (Non-majors) 1 C-
    Second Language Core 3 C
    Technical Elective 3 C-
    Term Hours: 15
    Term 9 Hours Towards Degree: 135 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
    CE 473: Construction Law 3 C-
    CE 475: Construction Safety 3 C-
    CE 495: Construction Internship 1 C-
    CE 499: Design of CE Systems 3 C-
    Technical Elective 3 C-
    Term Hours: 13
    Degree Plan Notes
  • Keep in mind that minimum grades on road map are for individual coursework only. Students must maintain a minimum of a 2.0 cumulative grade point average for admission to and graduation from the College of Arts and Sciences. Minimums listed for the individual courses do NOT meet the cumulative minimum.