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Co-Terminal Degrees

Co-terminal: BS Architectural Engineering - ME Degree Programs

The BSARCE+ME co-terminal degree programs are designed for students to earn the Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering (BSARCE, normally 136 credit hours) and the Master of Engineering degree (normally 32 credit hours) in five years of study with a total of 159 credit hours.

These programs will have the students begin specialization during the 7th semester using 9 credit hours of technical electives in the BSARCE curriculum. More details are given in the following typical curricula for 3 co-terminal degree programs in the CAEE Department. You may also contact the faculty advisor about each of these programs identified below.

You may be eligible to apply for admission to one of these programs after you are enrolled in the BSARCE program, with at least a 3.0 cumulative gpa.

Co-terminal: BS Civil Engineering - ME Degree Programs

The BSCE+ME co-terminal degree programs are designed for students to earn the Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE, normally 137 credit hours) and the Master of Engineering degree (normally 32 credit hours) in five years of study with a total of 160 credit hours.

These programs will have the students begin specialization during the 7th semester using 9 credit hours of technical electives in the BSCE curriculum. More details are given in the following typical curricula for 5 co-terminal degree programs in the CAEE Department. You may also contact the faculty advisor about each of these programs identified below.

You may be eligible to apply for admission to one of these programs after you are enrolled in the BSCE program, with at least a 3.0 cumulative gpa.