Students choose the civil engineering department for the following reasons:
There is a supportive environment that ensures a smooth transition to the university. A student buddy scheme and an alumni mentoring programme are further examples of initiatives we offer to support student professional development.
2. Design is the core of teaching
From the first year to fourth year the student will be in charge of producing imaginative concepts.
3. Integrated teaching and research laboratories
Hands on opportunities to learn next to our world leading researchers, whose work feeds into the student degree. We have good teaching laboratories and we capitalise on this with a comprehensive undergraduate laboratories.
4. World leading academics
Teach our students at all stages in their degree innovative thinking.
5. Strong link with the industry
Study Plan & Flowchart
Civil Engineering Department
- Graduation Project Requirement
To see GP booklet, please click here.
- Internship Program Requirement To see IP booklet, please click here.
A minimum of 126 semester credit hours are required to earn the B.S. degree in Civil engineering as seen in the table below. The faculty provides advice to help students develop an efficient study plan. The student must satisfactorily complete all the course work in the curriculum shown below, satisfy all university graduation requirements and maintain at least a 2.0 GPA in the Civil engineering courses.
The four year plan of studying civil engineering can be seen in the Study Plan of Civil flowchart Engineering.