BSET in Engineering Technology - Concentration in Civil Engineering Technology

A minimum total of 120 credit hours is required for the BSET in civil engineering technology program. All courses with an ENGT prefix require that any prerequisite course is passed with a C- or better grade (1.700/4.000 grade point average). In addition to meeting the requirements of the WSU General Education Program and the requirements of the College of Engineering, students in the BSET in civil engineering technology program must take the following courses:

Course Title Hours
College/Program Requirements
WSUE 102AFirst-Year Seminar: Introduction to Technology and Innovation 1, 23
or ID 300 Design Thinking & Innovation
ECON 201Principles of Macroeconomics 23
BIOL 370Introductory Environmental Science 23
PHIL 385Engineering Ethics 1, 23
Required Program Mathematics/Natural Sciences
MATH 242Calculus I 25
MATH 243Calculus II 25
PHYS 313Physics for Scientists I 24
PHYS 315University Physics Lab I 21
CHEM 211General Chemistry I 25
Engineering Technology Core 3
ENGT 312Applied Statics3
ENGT 354Statistical Process Control3
ENGT 201Introduction to Engineering Technology1
ENGT 301Fundamentals of Engineering Technology2
ENGT 401Senior Project I3
ENGT 402Senior Project II3
IME 222Engineering Graphics2
IME 222LGraphics Lab1
Engineering+ Program
Completion of the Engineering+ program 4
Course Title Hours
Concentration: Civil Engineering Technology
ENGT 320Circuits Technology with Lab4
ENGT 323Introduction to Fluids3
ENGT 334Introduction to Strength and Mechanics of Materials3
ENGT 370Environmental Engineering Technology3
ENGT 492Energy Management and Sustainability3
ENGT 510Solar and Wind Engineering3
ENGT 600Water and Wastewater Treatment3
ENGT 610Hydraulics and Hydrology3
ENGT 620Structural Analysis and Design3
CS 211Introduction to Programming4
ME 250Materials Engineering3
ME 251Materials Engineering Laboratory1
IME 258Manufacturing Methods and Materials I3
IME 258LManufacturing Methods and Materials I Lab1
GEOL 300Energy, Resources and Environment 23
Technical Electives
Select 15 credit hours of technical electives preapproved by a faculty advisor. Please refer to the engineering technology (ET) website or consult with your ET advisor for current list of technical electives.15
Total Program Hours120

Applied Learning

Students in engineering technology programs are required to complete an applied learning or research experience to graduate from the programs. The requirement can be met by completing the four-course capstone design experience consisting of ENGT 201ENGT 301ENGT 401 and ENGT 402.