Virginia Community College System (VCCS) Transfer Guide
Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, B.S.
This is a recommended program of study for students planning to obtain a VCCS Associate of Science Degree (A.S.) in Engineering and transfer to George Mason University for a Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.) in Civil and Infrastructure Engineering.
|Transfer Course||1st||2nd||3rd||4th||GMU Equivalent|
|ENG 111 and ENG 112||3||3||ENGH 101 and ENGH ----|
|MTH 173 and MTH 174||5||5||MATH 113 and MATH 114|
|HIS 101 or 102 or 112||3||HIST 101 or 102 or 125|
|EGR 120||2||ENGR 107|
|SDV 100||1||UNIV 100|
|CHM 111||4||CHEM 211|
|EGR 246||3||CEIE L310|
|PED 116||1||PHED ----|
|PHY 231||5||PHYS 160 and PHYS 161|
|PHY 232||5||PHYS 260, 261, 266|
|MTH 277 or MTH 275||4||MATH 213|
|200 level English Literature or ENG 125||3||ENGH 2--- or ENGH 201|
|MTH 291||3||MATH 214|
|CST 100 or 105 or 110||3||COMM 100|
|ECO 202||3||ECON 103|
|EGR 245||3||ENGR 206|
|EGR 126||3||CEIE 117|
|Social & Behavioral Science||3||Social Science|
|EGR 240||3||CEIE 210|
Admission to the Volgenau School of Engineering is competitive. Civil and Infastructure Engineering majors may select a minor in Business or undergraduate certificates in Applied Statistics and Operations Research and Engineering or Environmental Management. Some of the engineering programs at VCCS campuses differ slightly. Students must work closely with their VCCS faculty advisor to insure that all pre-requisites and core course requirements are met.