I always feel guilty posting questions, , but I need some help.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I am trying to find out a basic outline of the math courses needed to graduate with a degree in civil engineering. The obvious ones are calc I II III, diff EQ's, lots of linear algebra, but what else? Oh and multivariable calc of course (is that covered in calc III? I think it is, but only to a mild extent)

I looked all around the net but could only find info on first year programs. Could someone give me some information in this regard? Thankyou very much in advance!!

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# Maths needed for civil/mech engineering

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