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Civil Engineering (BSCE)
Department Representative: Prof. Stephen Levine
The Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences and the Civil and Environmental
Engineering Department have developed a Minor in Geosystems for non-CEE majors,
with the reciprocal introduction of a Earth and Ocean Sciences Minor for Civil
and Environmental Engineering students. A Earth and Ocean Sciences Minor will
provide engineers with the background to interpret soil and rock data, predict
subsurface variations, understand the geologic basis for natural hazards such as
earthquakes and landslides, and recognize the importance of earth and ocean
sciences in the solution of groundwater and subsurface environmental problems.
The Geosystems Minor will provide earth and ocean sciences students with some
engineering background to more easily communicate with engineers and to
appreciate the engineering approach to subsurface problems.
Faculty Coordinator: Prof. Laurie Baise, Civil and Environmental Engineering
The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department offers a minor that is available to all non-CEE majors. Five courses are required as follows:
One elective selected from:
Prerequisites for the above course sequence are Math 12 and Physics 12.
The Department of Art and Art History is offering a minor in architectural
studies that is open to students from both the College of Engineering and
College of Liberal Arts. This minor is appropriate for both BSCE and BSE
*Note: Engineering students minoring in architectural studies replace the engineering requirement with an approved course from the major's disciplinary areas A,B, or C (see Tufts Bulletin under "Architectural Studies").
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is offering a
minor in Architectural Engineering that is only open to students in Arts
& Sciences. This minor will provide
curricular recognition for the technological track in Architectural Studies (see
Tufts Bulletin under "Architectural Studies").
Two additional course credits must be selected from the following:
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