Awarded ByInfrastructure University
About the course
Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Hons)course will provides you with a solid grounding in the design, construction and management of civil engineering works and equip you with the technical knowledge, communication skills and ability to operate as a civil engineer within the construction industry. Graduates will not only be multi-talented but also versatile in nature. Students will gain the ability to acquire and apply knowledge of mathematics, science and civil engineering fundamentals to the solution of complex engineering problems and critically identify, formulate, research literature and analyse complex engineering problems based on first principles of engineering knowledge. Students will gain the ability to design solutions for systems, components or processes for complex engineering problems and the ability to conduct research and investigation into complex problems to provide valid conclusions.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)
To produce graduates with sufficient knowledge and competency in various areas in civil engineering. To produce graduates with professional attributes, and readily adaptable to the global work environment;
To produce graduates for work in the development of infrastructure.
After the completion of this course students will get the ability to create, select and apply contemporary skills, tools and techniques in complex civil engineering activities and the ability to assess and apply social, health, safety, legal and cultural responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.
- Ability to function effectively as an individual or a member or a leader in diverse teams of multi-disciplinary settings to achieve common goals
- To communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large
- To understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development
- To acquire and commit professional and ethical responsibilities to the norms of engineering practice
Engineering Mathematics I • Principle of Statics and Dynamics • Engineering Survey • Engineering Survey Fieldwork •Engineering Geology • Construction Materials • Engineering Mathematics II • Strength of Materials • Engineering •Drawing and CAD • Fundamental Accounting & Finance • U1, U2, U3
Building Services • Structural Analysis I • Fluid Mechanics • Soil Mechanics • Economics for Engineers • ComputerProgramming • Introduction to Environmental Engineering • Traffic and Transportation Engineering • Engineering Statistics • Concrete, Fluid and Soil Laboratory • Hydrology • Structural Analysis II • Hydraulics • Technical & Professional Communication • U4
Reinforced Concrete Design I • Geotechnical Engineering • Highway Engineering • Structure, Hydraulic and Traffic •Laboratory • Water and Wastewater Engineering • Construction Technology • Steel Design • Foundation Engineering •Environment, Geotechnical and Highway Laboratory • Timber Design • Structural Analysis III • Product Design &Innovation • Industrial Training • Operational Methods
Thesis I • Thesis II • Reinforced Concrete Design II • Construction Project Management • Infrastructure Design Project •Entrepreneurship for Engineers • Engineers and Society • Estimating and Contract • Capstone Design Project • Technical Elective I • Technical Elective II
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