3 Years MOFA Attested Civil Engineering World Valid Diploma for KSA, UAE,Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain
civilengineers are involved in the design and development of everything from the newvillage hall to nationwide energy supply. Combining their theoretical andpractical knowledge of engineering, these highly specialized experts have tomaster the planning, budgeting, management, and analysis of projects large andsmall. Using your natural curiosity, your talent with Lego or Meccano, and youracademic mind, a degree in civil engineering will equip you for a wide range ofcareers. From the hands-on practical jobs to the intensely theoretical tasks,civil engineering is a discipline that’s both rewarding and challenging inequal measure. The course schedule for our uniquely designed 3-year Engineeringdiploma program in Civil Engineering is shown below.Thecurrent civil engineering curriculum is best visualized by referring to therelevant flow sheet showing courses by semester and pre or co-requisites. Thecurricular plan can be viewed in the UB undergraduate catalog. In addition tothe foundational courses in math and science, students are exposed to all areasof civil engineering. Four specialization tracks are available to seniorsduring their final year of study. Civil engineers are the scientific mindsbehind the way our modern towns and cities work. Responsible for infrastructureon a large scale,
The program of study for studentsseeking only the Civil Engineering Technology Diploma consists of theCommon Year in Applied Science, or equivalent, plus the first two years ofthe Bachelor of Civil Engineering Degree Program with the exceptionof Engineering 3015 - Engineering Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer andEngineering 3014 - Engineering Chemistry, which are not required. Qualifiedengineering technology graduates from accredited Canadian technologyprograms can enter the degree program in third year after completingpost-diploma transition courses offered in the summer session prior to thirdyear. Civil Engineering students will normally select their engineeringelective courses from the list provided by the Department. Not allelective courses in this list will be offered every year. Information regardingComplementary Studies elective courses can also be found on this page. Thecurriculum, with varying definitions, is said to be a plan of the teaching learningprocess that students of an academic programme are required to undergo toachieve some specific objectives. It includes scheme of studies, objectives& learning outcomes, course contents, teaching methodologies andassessment/ evaluation. Since knowledge in all disciplines and fields isexpanding at a fast pace and new disciplines are also emerging; it isimperative that curricula be developed and revised accordingly. In compliancewith the above provisions, the Curriculum Division of HEC undertakes therevision of curricula regularly through respective National Curriculum RevisionCommittees (NCRCs) which consist of eminent professors and researchers ofrelevant fields from public and private sector universities, R&Dorganizations, councils, industry and civil society by seeking nominations fromtheir organizations. Our long-standing partnership with Engineers Australiainforms our teaching, ensuring our degrees are relevant and that studentsdevelop the skills that employers want. Through our engineering degrees'professional accreditation,* graduates are able to practice as professionalengineers locally and around the world.
The course sequence for the CivilEngineering major follows a pattern of successive building and bolstering ofdisciplinary knowledge and transferable skills, per the program goals forlearning and student outcomes:
ENST 202/L Environmental ScienceII: This is the second in the series of introductory environmental courseswith a focus on natural resource use. Topics will include energy, globalwarming, water resources, toxic wastes, ozone depletion, and renewable andnon-renewable resources. 3 lecture and 3 laboratory hours; lecture portioncross-listed as NSCI 274.
CE 111/L Computer Applicationsfor Civil Engineers with Lab: This course focuses on the computer skillsthat civil engineers use in daily basis such as formulated calculations, dataanalysis and reporting using spreadsheets, computer aided drawing (CAD) ofcivil structures using AutoCAD and similar professional software, use ofGeographic Information Systems (GIS) for mapping of transportation and waterresources systems. Basic programing skills will be covered as well. 2 lectureand 2 Laboratory Hours per week.
CE 200/L Introduction to CivilEngineering: A broad introductory course that exposes students to topicsdirectly related to civil engineering, such as structural design, forces instructures, civil engineering materials, fluid mechanics, hydraulics andhydrological systems, and geotechnical and environmental engineering. Thiscourse also introduces students to the business aspects of the civilengineering profession, including construction management, contract law,estimates, and engineering ethics. Prerequisite: ENGR 150 and CE 111/L. 3Lecture Hours per week and 3 Laboratory Hours every two weeks.
CE 300 Dynamics: This coursecovers fundamentals of dynamics typically experienced in civil engineeringsettings. Topics include kinematics of particles and rigid bodies, analysis ofplain motion of particles and rigid bodies using dynamic equilibrium, work andenergy, and impulse momentum methods. Prerequisite: PHYS 241. 3 Lecture Hours.