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New Mexico State University
Department of Engineering Technology and Surveying Engineering
College of Engineering

Degree Plans

CET Program Information

CET Advising Sheet

CET Advising Sheet

CET Degree Program

Concentrations for CET:

Construction Technology (optional)
Transportation Technology (optional)
Water/Wastewater Technology (optional)
Renewable Energy Technologies (optional)

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Technology Requirements (Total Credits 133)

Accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the ABET, Inc.

Freshman Year (34 credits) Credits
ET 101, Introduction to Engineering Technology
1
DRFT 109, Computer Drafting Fundamentals
3
ET 120, Computation and Presentation Software
3
ET 154, Construction Methods and Communications
3
ET 254, Concrete Technology
3
MATH 121, College Algebra
3
MATH 190G -190 L, Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus, Lab
4
PHYS 211-211GL, General Physics I, General Physics Lab I
4
Gen Ed from Area I: Level I Composition/English
4
Gen Ed from Area IV and/or Area V
9
Sophomore Year (34 credits) Credits
ET 240, Applied Statics
3
ET 241, Applied Dynamics
3
DRFT 143, Civil/Survey Drafting I
3
MATH 235, 236, Calculus for the Technical Student I, II
6
PHYS 212-212L, General Physics II or
ET 190, Applied Circuits
3
SUR 222, Plane Surveying
3
CHEM 110G, Principles and Applications of Chemistry
4
Gen Ed from Area I: Oral Communication/Public Speaking
3
Gen Ed from Area I: Composition/College Level Writing
3
Gen Ed from Area IV or Area V
3
Junior Year (31 credits) Credits
ET 302, Manufacturing Data Analysis
3
ET 306, Fundamental and Applied Thermodynamics
3
ET 308, Fluid Technology
3
ET 308L, Fluid Technology Lab
1
ET 310, Applied Strength of Materials
3
ET 310L, Applied Strength of Materials Lab
1
ET 332, Applied Design of Structures I
4
ET 354, Soil and Foundation Technology
4
ET 355, Site/Land Development and Layout
3
Viewing a Wider World MGT Elective (Upper Division)
3
Gen Ed from Area IV or Area V
3
Senior Year (34 credits) Credits
CE 450, Engineering Economy and Law or
BLAW 316, Legal Environment of Business or
BLAW 325, Real Estate Principles and Law I
3
ET 410, Senior Seminar
3
ET 412, Highway Technology
3
ET 418, Applied Hydraulics
3
ET 420, Senior Internship or
ET 435, Senior Design and Project Management
3
ET 432, Applied Design of Structures II
4
Approved Technical Electives I, II, III
9
Approved Surveying Elective
3
Viewing a Wider World
3