This 5-Year program is open to students who are admitted to the graduate program at the end of their junior year. Students applying for this program should have a minimum grade point average of 3.0, and score more than 310 on the Graduate Record Examination. The course requirements for the MS portion of the five-year BS/MS programs can be met as follows:

Plan of Study Grid
Senior Year
First SemesterCredit Hours
Graduate Level Course 3
Graduate Level Course 3
 Credit Hours6
Second Semester
CAE 604 Master's Design Project 3
Graduate Level Course 3
 Credit Hours6
Graduate Year
First Semester
Graduate Level Course 3
Graduate Level Course 3
Graduate Level Course 3
 Credit Hours9
Second Semester
Graduate Level Course 3
Graduate Level Course 3
Graduate Level Course 3
 Credit Hours9
 Total Credit Hours30
Engineering Courses
CAE 111Introduction to Engineering I3
CAE 115Introduction to Engineering II (Surveying)1
CAE 210Mechanics of Solids I3
CAE 211Mechanics of Solids II3
CAE 212Structural Laboratory1
CAE 310Structural Analysis3
CAE 320Concrete Structures3
CAE 321Steel Structures3
CAE 330Fluid Mechanics3
CAE 361 Building Information Modeling I3
CAE 370Geotechnical Engineering I3
CAE 371Geotechnical Laboratory1
CAE 380Electrical and Illumination Systems for Buildings3
CAE 381Building Mechanical Systems I: Hvac Fundamentals3
CAE 402Professional Engineering Practice3
CAE 403Senior Design Project I - Engineering Design3
CAE 404Senior Design Project II - Construction Documents3
CAE 460Construction Management3
CAE 470Foundations and Earth Retaining Systems3
CAE 480Plumbing and Life Safety for Buildings3
CAE 481Building Mechanical Systems II: HVAC Systems3
CAE 581Energy-Efficient Building Design3
IEN 311Applied Probability and Statistics3
MAE 303Thermodynamics3
Math and Science Courses
MTH 151Calculus I for Engineers5
MTH 162Calculus II4
MTH 211Calculus III3
MTH 311Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations3
CHM 151Chemistry for Engineers3
CHM 153Chemistry Laboratory for Engineers1
PHY 221University Physics I3
PHY 222University Physics II3
PHY 223University Physics III3
PHY 224University Physics II Lab1
PHY 225University Physics III Lab1
Additional Required Courses
ARC 230Building Technology I: Materials and Methods3
ARC 292Introduction to Architecture Design I3
ARC 293Introduction to Architecture Design II3
ARC 294Introduction to the Development of Architecture3
ARC 268History of Architecture II: Baroque through Contemporary3
ENG 105English Composition I3
ENG 107English Composition II: Science and Technology3
GEG 198Geographic Information System for Engineers1
People and Society Cognate9
Total Credit Hours127