Academic Information

For students who are pursuing a bachelor degree in Civil Engineering (class 2020), please go through the handbooks carefully. #Handbook Part1 and #Handbook Part 2

 

Some frequently asked questions were summarized below:

1. How do I obtain a math minor?

It's relatively easy for an engineering student to obtain a math minor. Please see the details below.

https://www1.villanova.edu/villanova/artsci/mathematics/academic-programs/undergrad/minor.html

2. How to I choose my electives?

To meet the requirement of the BSCE, you must take 27 credits for electives in addition to 9 credits for the CEE senior electives. Details can be found from the website below. I also summarized everything in this hand out #here.

http://www1.villanova.edu/villanova/engineering/undergrad/majors/civil/electives.html

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For students who are pursuing a master degree in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering (WREE), please go through the information on the website below carefully,

http://www1.villanova.edu/villanova/engineering/departments/cee/graduate/mastersWREE.html

 

Upon reviewing the program flyer with respect to the degree requirement and course list, students should complete a plan of study and submit to Prof. Xu for approval. Each semester, you will also need a registration PIN from Prof. Xu during the open enrollment period. 

 

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------For students who are interested in a Ph.D. degree in Engineering, detailed information can be found from the website below,

http://www1.villanova.edu/villanova/engineering/grad/doctoral.html

 

Please note that the degree will be in engineering but you must choose a concentration area, for instance, WREE. The typical completion time for a Ph.D. student who has already obtained a master degree is 3-4 years. 

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