Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)

Entrance Requirements

Admission to the Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) Degree shall be as stipulated in the Faculty Special Regulation 21.10.

Programme Structure

The Programme for the Degree in Civil Engineering will be a Single Major Programme
that will extend over 10 semesters of fulltime study. It shall contain 1 subject called Civil Engineering consisting of courses shown below.

The curriculum for Levels 100 and 200 shall be stipulated in the Faculty Special Regulation 21.20.

Level 300

Semester 5

Core Courses

MAT391 Engineering Mathematics III (3, pre-req. MAT 292)
CCB313 Surveying (3)
CCB311 Geomechanics I (3)
CCB315 Environmental Engineering (2)

In addition, all students shall select at least 1 of the following 2 credit, optional courses:

CCB312 CAD for Civil Engineers (pre-req. MMB 221)
CCB316 Principles of Mining Engineering
CCB314 Engineering Geology

Semester 6

Core Courses (all 3 credits)

CCB321 Structural Analysis (pre-req. CCB221, CCB212)
CCB324 Construction Materials (pre-req. CCB211)
CCB322 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics (pre-req. CCB212)
CCB323 Construction Principles

In addition, all students shall select at least 1 of the following 2 credit, optional courses:

CCB325 Geomechanics II (pre-req. CCB 311)
CCB329 Architectural Design
MAT392 Engineering Mathematics IV (pre-req. MAT391)

Level 400

Semester 7

Core Courses

CCB411 Structural Design (3, pre-req. CCB321)
CCB412 Water Engineering (3, pre-req. CCB315)
CCB413 Traffic and Highway Engineering (3, pre-req. CCB313)
CCB414 Geotechnics (2, pre-req. CCB311)

In addition, all students shall select at least 2 of the following 2 credit, optional courses:

CCB415 Civil Engineering Construction(pre-req. CCB323)
CCB416 Structural Steelwork (pre-req. CCB321, co-requisite CCB411)
URP110 Introduction to Town Planning
CCB418 Hydrology and Water Resources(pre-req. CCB322, Co-requisite CCB412)
CCB419 Engineering Surveying (pre-req. CCB313)

Semester 8

ITB420 Industrial Training [Vacation, 20 weeks], (10, core, pre-req.ITB 200)

Level 500

Semester 9

Core Courses

CCB514 Project I (3)
CCB511 Structural Engineering (2, pre-req. CCB321)
CBB512 Construction Management I (2)
CCB515 Transportation Engineering (2, pre-req. CCB413)

In addition, all students shall select at least 2 of the following 2 credit, optional courses:

CCB516 Foundation Design (pre-req. CCB414)
CCB517 Structural Dynamics (pre-req. CCB321, MMB222)
CCB518 Public Health Engineering (pre-req. CCB315)
CCB513 Measurements and Specifications - Civil Works

Semester 10

Core Courses

CCB524 Project II (3, pre-req. CCB514)
CBB522 Construction Management II (2, pre- req. CBB512)

In addition, all students shall select at least four of the following 2 credit, optional courses:

CCB521 Waste Water Engineering (pre-reqCCB412)
CCB523 Timber and Pre-stressed Concrete Structures (pre-req. CCB411)
CCB525 Advanced Transportation Engineering (pre-req. CCB515)
CCB526 Foundation on Problematic Soils (pre-req. CCB516)
CCB527 Construction Costs & Financial Control
CCB528 Estimating and Tendering for Civil Works (pre-req. CCB 513)

Assessment

Except for CCB313 (Surveying), all courses shall be assessed as stipulated in the Faculty Special Regulation 21.30.
For CCB313 the ratio of marks for continuous assessment to examination shall be 1:1.