Resources are provided to help students stay on course to graduation. Information regarding course scheduling, advising requirements, faculty mentors, the competency exam, and when courses are taught are provided below.
Requirements for graduation with a B.S. degree in civil engineering are found in the course catalog.
Recommended Course Sequence
Use the flowchart to assist you in planning your path to graduation.
Civil Engineering Faculty Mentors
Every student is assigned a faculty mentor to assist them in reaching their academic and career goals. Your faculty mentor can answer your questions and make recommendations regarding course sequencing and elective course selection, career options and preparing to enter the workforce, and applying to graduate schools. To find your faculty mentor, log on to your My BYUI account, they will be listed in the Academic Summary section.
- Keith Bourgeous, Ph.D., P.E. web page, current schedule
- Nathan Harris, Ph.D., P.E. web page, current schedule
- Jim Lawrence, Ph.D., P.E. web page, current schedule
- Alan Dutson, Ph.D., P.E. department chair, web page, current schedule
Academic Discovery Center
The Academic Discovery Center is a resource for further academic advising.View Page
Find out more information about the civil engineering competency exam.View Page
Learn more about how to find an internship and get it approved for credit.View Page
Upper division (300- and 400-level) civil engineering courses are only available during fall and winter semesters. All civil engineering students are moved to the fall-winter track when they begin their upper division courses. See the current course catalog to determine which semesters elective courses taught by other programs are available. See the civil engineering upper division course schedule below.Course Schedule
See the current course catalog to determine which semesters elective courses taught by other programs are available.View Catalog
Fundaments of Engineering (FE) Exam
The BYU-Idaho civil engineering program requires students to take the FE exam prior to graduation. The exam is typically taken during one’s senior year. Instructions on how to register for the FE exam can be found on the state board of licensure website and on the FE Exam page accessed with the following link.FE Exam
Civil Engineering Scholarships:View Page
Civil Engineering graduate programs at regional universities:View Page