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CE 111: Introduction to Civil Engineering (Spring only)

Credits: 1

This course is designed to introduce students to the field of civil engineering and to review the disciplines and types of jobs within the field. It also introduces the student to the roles and duties of a professional engineer. Students also work in groups on design projects to illustrate the steps involved in the design-build process.

 

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