Civil Construction (Associates degree)

Civil construction is a broad field within construction, related to the construction and maintenance of fixed structures and buildings, bridges and highways. Surveying is also an aspect of civil construction.

The Associate degree in Civil Construction requires a minimum of 84 credit hours over a period of 5 semesters. The program consists of both general education requirements (usually in the first two semesters) and major requirements (usually in the last three semesters). A full-time student taking an average of 17 credit hours per semester would finish the program in 2.5 years. General courses include mathematics, physics, computer science, and English in the first semesters. The major courses cover Static Mechanics of Materials, Drafting, Surveying. Construction Materials, Concrete Technology, Soil Mechanics, Road Construction, Loading, some introductory courses on Structural Analysis and Design for Reinforced Concrete and Steel structures, Foundation analysis, Cost Estimation for projects, Project Management and Control, and Technical English Writing. The program offers a considerable number of practical courses which can be taken separately or simultaneously with the more theoretical courses.

As a result of completing this program, graduates will be able to:

  • Solve technical problems related to development, construction, inspection, and maintenance
  • Help civil engineers design and build highways, buildings, bridges, dams, and other structures, including surveying
  • Prepare contracts by estimating construction costs and specifying materials
  • Prepare drawings for various uses
  • Prepare reports as needed in construction
  • Advance to further studies

Graduates can work in drafting, in concrete or asphalt laboratories, in quality or project control and as construction supervisors or as surveyors.

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Water and Waste Engineering (BSc)

Civil engineering, a broad field of study in engineering sciences, plays a major role in the planning, construction, and maintenance of fixed structures or public works. Examples of civil engineering work include building structures, bridges, highways, transit systems, dams, tunnels, harbors, canals, and energy facilities. The Department of Civil Engineering educates students in subject areas fundamental to civil and environmental engineering. Graduates are encouraged to pursue excellence through contributions to both research and the profession, while serving the industry and the community to create an enhanced environment for humanity.

The Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree program in Civil Engineering offers courses and design projects in structural, geotechnical, transportation, materials, environmental, and water engineering. The program emphasizes academic study, problem-solving skills, laboratory experience, design, and advanced computer methods for civil engineering. The first year of the program primarily covers mathematics and the physical sciences. The second year concentrates on engineering sciences. In the subsequent years, the program focuses on engineering approaches to analysis, design, and engineering management. The students are required to pass a minimum of 145 course credits over 5 years.

As a result of completing this program, graduates will be able to:

  • Work in various civil engineering fields, while contributing to the quality of life, the protection, the advancement and the welfare of the community.
  • Advance to further studies

Graduates of Civil Engineering work in planning and design, construction, research and development, operations, maintenance, and as engineers in management.

Courses:

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Structural Engineering (BSc)

Civil engineering, a broad field of study in engineering sciences, plays a major role in the planning, construction, and maintenance of fixed structures or public works. Examples of civil engineering work include building structures, bridges, highways, transit systems, dams, tunnels, harbors, canals, and energy facilities. The Department of Civil Engineering educates students in subject areas fundamental to civil and environmental engineering. Graduates are encouraged to pursue excellence through contributions to both research and the profession, while serving the industry and the community to create an enhanced environment for humanity.

The Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree program in Civil Engineering offers courses and design projects in structural, geotechnical, transportation, materials, environmental, and water engineering. The program emphasizes academic study, problem-solving skills, laboratory experience, design, and advanced computer methods for civil engineering. The first year of the program primarily covers mathematics and the physical sciences. The second year concentrates on engineering sciences. In the subsequent years, the program focuses on engineering approaches to analysis, design, and engineering management. The students are required to pass a minimum of 145 course credits over 5 years.

As a result of completing this program, graduates will be able to:

  • Work in various civil engineering fields, while contributing to the quality of life, the protection, the advancement and the welfare of the community.
  • Advance to further studies

Graduates of Civil Engineering work in planning and design, construction, research and development, operations, maintenance, and as engineers in management.

Courses:

  • Course one
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Transport Engineering (BSc)

Civil engineering, a broad field of study in engineering sciences, plays a major role in the planning, construction, and maintenance of fixed structures or public works. Examples of civil engineering work include building structures, bridges, highways, transit systems, dams, tunnels, harbors, canals, and energy facilities. The Department of Civil Engineering educates students in subject areas fundamental to civil and environmental engineering. Graduates are encouraged to pursue excellence through contributions to both research and the profession, while serving the industry and the community to create an enhanced environment for humanity.

The Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree program in Civil Engineering offers courses and design projects in structural, geotechnical, transportation, materials, environmental, and water engineering. The program emphasizes academic study, problem-solving skills, laboratory experience, design, and advanced computer methods for civil engineering. The first year of the program primarily covers mathematics and the physical sciences. The second year concentrates on engineering sciences. In the subsequent years, the program focuses on engineering approaches to analysis, design, and engineering management. The students are required to pass a minimum of 145 course credits over 5 years.

As a result of completing this program, graduates will be able to:

  • Work in various civil engineering fields, while contributing to the quality of life, the protection, the advancement and the welfare of the community.
  • Advance to further studies

Graduates of Civil Engineering work in planning and design, construction, research and development, operations, maintenance, and as engineers in management.

Courses:

  • Course one
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  • Course three
  • Course four
  • Course five
  • Course six

Water and Waste Engineering (BSc)

Civil engineering, a broad field of study in engineering sciences, plays a major role in the planning, construction, and maintenance of fixed structures or public works. Examples of civil engineering work include building structures, bridges, highways, transit systems, dams, tunnels, harbors, canals, and energy facilities. The Department of Civil Engineering educates students in subject areas fundamental to civil and environmental engineering. Graduates are encouraged to pursue excellence through contributions to both research and the profession, while serving the industry and the community to create an enhanced environment for humanity.

The Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree program in Civil Engineering offers courses and design projects in structural, geotechnical, transportation, materials, environmental, and water engineering. The program emphasizes academic study, problem-solving skills, laboratory experience, design, and advanced computer methods for civil engineering. The first year of the program primarily covers mathematics and the physical sciences. The second year concentrates on engineering sciences. In the subsequent years, the program focuses on engineering approaches to analysis, design, and engineering management. The students are required to pass a minimum of 145 course credits over 5 years.

As a result of completing this program, graduates will be able to:

  • Work in various civil engineering fields, while contributing to the quality of life, the protection, the advancement and the welfare of the community.
  • Advance to further studies

Graduates of Civil Engineering work in planning and design, construction, research and development, operations, maintenance, and as engineers in management.

Courses:

  • Course one
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Hydraulic Structures (MSc)

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Structural Engineering (MSc)

Civil engineering, a broad field of study in engineering sciences, plays a major role in the planning, construction, and maintenance of fixed structures or public works. Examples of civil engineering work include building structures, bridges, highways, transit systems, dams, tunnels, harbors, canals, sewage treatment systems, and energy facilities.

Structural engineering, a branch of this science, addresses the design and analysis of structures by calculating the stresses and forces within the elements of each structure. The main goal of structural engineering is to improve the serviceability and durability of structures against natural forces such as wind and earthquakes.

Graduates of this degree can work in various fields of civil engineering such as design and/or construction of high-rise buildings, tunnels, embedded structures, bridges, dams, etc.

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Transport Engineering (MSc)

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Construction Management (MSc)

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