Where to Start
Beginning in the Fall 2017 semester, NMSU’s Center for Academic Advising and Student Support (CAASS) will provide centralized advising for students across NMSU. The Academic Advisors at CAASS are trained to use a new analytics tool known as CRM Advise to provide alerts based on student performance indicators. The academic advisors will assist students as they become self-directed learners by teaching them to develop educational plans directed toward their academic, career, and personal aspirations.
With the new model, current students who already have an established relationship with their faculty advisor can continue to work with that person. We understand how important your faculty mentors are and want you to continue to partner with them. In addition to working with your faculty mentor, you will still receive proactive outreach and support from your academic advisor in the new CAASS in Garcia Annex.
The Department of Civil Engineering at NMSU offers bachelor of science, master of science, and doctor of philosophy programs.
To learn more about the requirements for these programs, please check the most recent NMSU Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs under Civil Engineering.
For the Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, the curriculum consists of 127 credit hours (please see CE curriculum chart and CE curriculum table). It is recommended that you become familiar with the curriculum to facilitate the meeting with your advisor each semester. Note that the general education requirements include Area IV, Area V, and Viewing a Wider World (VWW). These resources are available below.
|Visit CAASS Webpage||View 17-18 CE Catalog||Download 16-17 CE Curriculum Chart|
|Download 16-17 CE Curriculum Table||Download Area IV Requirements||Download Area V Requirements|