Spring Semester Schedule

This fall semester has probably been my easiest yet even though I have started taking some civil engineering classes such as Statics, Surveying, and AutoCAD Design.  However, I am not looking forward to the semester to come in the spring…18 credits of all math, science, and engineering.  Here is a look at how packed my schedule is:


CEE 170 – Intro to Environmental Engineering will probably be my easiest class and is required for civil engineers because civil and environmental are in the same department.  It is 4 credits with the lab, so hopefully a GPA booster.

CEE 59 – Strength of Materials should be an interesting combination of chemistry and physics.

MATH 205 – Linear Methods could be difficult, but I think it will just be a class that gets in the way of the other classes I need to focus on.

PHY 21/22 – Physics II I have heard horror stories about and am a little worried.  It includes topics on electricity, magnetism, and optics…basically every physics related topic that does not apply to civil engineering, yet it is required for all engineers.

MECH 102 – Dynamics is an engineering elective I’m opting to take next semester.  I would have taken Materials 33 but my advisor said it will no longer be a required civE course.  This class will probably be my toughest, but it will be nice to get it over with.



About lukarl15

Hey! I'm Karl, a civil engineer in my senior year at Lehigh University. I am from the Buffalo/Western New York area and am the president of the American Society of Civil Engineers on campus. I am also on the Running Club team, practice electric and classical guitar, and study music theory on my own. I enjoy playing and watching sports with my friends in my free time (or the times when I probably should be studying). View all posts by lukarl15

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