CEE Course Planning & Registration

Current Course Offerings

Current Term Schedule

The current class schedules are posted on the PSU Class Schedule

Complete Course Offering List

A current list of all CEE courses (including course descriptions and number) that have been approved by the Faculty Senate is published in the PSU Bulletin

Future Course Offerings 

Future Course Offerings by Quarter

Students can find information about which terms classes are scheduled to be offered for the coming academic year on the PSU Course Planning Guide.  

Next Academic Term Elective Offerings

For elective planning, CEE provides a flyer that includes course descriptions for CEE technical electives for the next academic quarter.  These are published prior to the official opening of the registration period and subject to change.

PDF iconSpring 2020 Civil and Environmental Elective and Graduate Courses (UPDATED).pdf

PDF iconSummer 2020 Civil and Environmental Elective and Graduate Courses.pdf

PDF iconSummer 2020 Schedule WEB DRAFT 2-6-2020.pdf

PDF iconFall 2020 Civil and Environmental Elective and Graduate Courses (1).pdf

PDF iconFall 2020 Schedule WEB DRAFT 3-12-2020.pdf


Registration deadlines and dates are posted on the PSU Academic Calendar.  

All CE 300-400-500-600 numbered courses require students to be admitted to the major or graduate program in order to register for the course. Some 300-400 courses are further restricted to a particular assigned track. If you are receiving a registration error and you would like the CEE Department to consider allowing you to register for a course, please complete the CEE Department Override Request form.

Administrative Drop for Wait-Listed Classes

During the first week of the term, the CEE Department will drop students for non-attendance on the first day of class from any CE course that has a waitlist to accommodate other students trying to enroll. If this happens, the student 1) remains responsible for any tuition charges associated with registration, and 2) the course may be recorded permanently on the academic record, depending on when the CEE Department processes the drop

Transfer Course Equivalence

Transfer students should review the MCECS information for transferring credits.

CEE Summer Bridge Program

This intensive review of lower-division Civil and Environmental Engineering coursework is set up as a "bridge" to help students successfully transition from the Lower Division to the Upper Division.  It is required for some applicants to the Upper Division and available to all students starting the junior year coursework. This is a two-credit, graded course; normal tuition rates apply. Read more.