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Coastal Port Eng. Certificate (Undergraduate Certificate)

Program Description for Coastal Port Eng. Certificate

Major: Coastal Port Eng. Certificate Degree: Undergraduate Certificate

Certificate Requirements (19 credits)

(7 courses - 19.0 credit hours)
Coastal and Port Engineering Certificate: Conditions for the Certificate:

  1. All coursework must be completed at UNF.
  2. All coursework must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.
  3. Must be enrolled in an Engineering BS program.

REQUIRED Courses (10 credits)

  • CGN1XXX (3 cr) Intro to Coastal and Port Engineering
  • CGN1XXX (3 cr) Field Lab: Coastal and Port Engineering
  • CGN4803 (1 cr) Senior Capstone I
  • CGN4804 (3 cr) Senior Capstone II

SELECT-ONE of the following (3.0 crs):

Select at least one of the following courses:

  • CWR4XXX (3 cr) Engineering Hydrology
  • STA3032 (3 cr) Engineering Statistics
  • CGN4931 (3 cr) Coastal Processes
  • CGN2XXX (3 cr) Design of Coastal and Port Structures and Infrastructures

SELECT-TWO courses from the following:

Select an additional 2 courses (6 cr) from the following:

  • TTE4004 (3 cr) Transportation Engineering
  • TRA4202 (3 cr) Logistics Systems Management
  • CGN1XXX (3 cr) Intro to Coastal and Estuarine Modeling
  • CWR4XXX (3 cr) Water Resources Systems
  • CGN4xxx (3 cr) Major River Systems of Florida
  • CGN4931 (3 cr) ST: Coastal Processes
  • CWR4XXX (3 cr) Engineering Hydrology
  • STA3032 (3 cr) Engineering Statistics
  • CGN2XXX (3 cr) Design of Coastal and Port Structures and Infrastructures
  • Internship in Coastal or Port Engineering
  • Other electives may be taken if approved by Program Director