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Guide to Course Selection and Student Advising Guide B S E Civil Engineering October 2009 Updated with 4 digit Course Numbers Department of Civil Environmental Engineering Room 302 Castleman Building 860 486 2992 cee info engr uconn edu This page intentionally left blank Page ii October 2009 What is in this Document This document is a roadmap to guide you the undergraduate student in Civil Engineering CE through the complex process of selecting and registering for courses to earn your degree as efficiently and quickly as you want It is organized according to common questions and issues you will face during your time at UConn Question or Topic Page Number What Does That Abbreviation or Acronym Mean 2 What Is Civil Engineering 3 What is Accreditation and Why Is It Important 4 What Else Does Accreditation Involve 5 What is Professional Licensure 6 Who Do I Need To See For 7 How Do I Register for Classes 8 What Is the Plan of Study 9 How Do I Fill in the Plan of Study 10 How Do I Satisfy the General Education Requirements 11 How Do I Satisfy the CE Program Requirements 12 What Do I Need to Pay Attention to this Semester 13 FAQ about the POS 14 15 FAQ s about Majors and Minors 16 FAQ s about Course Registration Issues 17 FAQ s about Other Issues 18 Appendix A CE Program Course Requirements 19 24 Appendix B CE Course Pre requisite Flow Chart 25 Course Requirements This document does not substitute for the course catalog which is available in print and online Complete information about the requirements for the CE degree can be found at the following web addresses Undergraduate Catalog http www catalog uconn edu Gen Ed Course Lists http www geoc uconn edu CE Curriculum Found online at http www engr uconn edu cee and in Appendix A on pages 19 24 as well October 2009 1 What Does That Abbreviation or Acronym Mean Large organizations such as UConn are notorious for using abbreviations and acronyms liberally in descriptions of offices and procedures These abbreviations and



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