Concurrent Major in Surveying Engineering and Civil Engineering

Concurrent Major in Surveying Engineering and Civil Engineering

The concurrent Surveying Engineering and Civil Engineering program requires ten semesters of study, with the first six semesters at Wilkes-Barre and the final four semesters at University Park. Upon completion of the program, a B.S. in Surveying Engineering (SUR E) and a B.S. in Civil Engineering (C E) is awarded by the College of Engineering. To be eligible for this program, a student must initially enroll in the Surveying Engineering program at the Wilkes-Barre campus.

Interested students must participate in the College of Engineering entrance-to-major process in their pool semester. The pool semester is the Spring semester of their second year. Sometime before mid-February in the pool semester, students must go to eLion and select C E as their "first-choice" major. To be considered for the major, students must have completed CHEM 110, MATH 140, MATH 141, and PHYS 211 with a grade of C or better. If a student is notified of conditional admission to C E, he/she must complete the application for concurrent majors. If all approvals are given, the student will officially be in the concurrent degree program effective the semester following the pool semester.