Civil Engineering

                   

The goal of the new civil Engineering programs is to enable the graduates to enter professional practice or to continue them in programs leading to advanced degrees in either one of the following broad fields of specialization: Construction Management, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Fluid Mechanics, Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Transportation, and Water Resources Planning and Management, Petroleum Engineering.

Curriculum for the (B.Sc.)

Total credit hours for a Bachelor Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering are 105 credit hours as follow:

  1. University Requirements: 15 Credits
  2. Faculty Requirements: 42 Credits
  3. Major Requirements: 45 Credits
  4. Free Electives: 3 Credits

 

University Requirements

Course#

Course Name

CR

ARAB 201

Introduction to Arabic Language

3

ENGR 200

Introduction to Engineering

3

ENG 201

Academic English

3

CS 201

Cultural Studies I

3

GHN 201

General Health & Nutrition

3

Subtotal

15

 

FACULTY Requirements

Course#

Course Name

CR

MATH 202

Calculus III

3

MATH 332

Linear Algebra

3

MATH 342

Ordinary Differential Equations

3

MATH 352

Probability and Statistics

3

MATH 443

Numerical Methods

3

CHEM 221

General Chemistry

3

CHEM 221L

General Chemistry Lab.

1

PHY 203

Mechanics

3

PHY 211

Material Science

3

PHY 223

Thermodynamics

3

PHY 200L

Physics Lab

1

ELEC 221

Electric Circuits

3

ELEC 221L

Electric Circuits Lab

1

CSC 203

Introduction to Programming

3

ENGR 211

Engineering Drawing

3

ENGR 499

Internship Training

3

Subtotal

42

 

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

 

CIV 203

Statics

3.

CIV 301

Geomatics

2

CIV 302N

Civil Engineering Materials

2

CIV 303

Strength of Materials

3

CIV 304

Fluid Mechanics

3

CIV 350

Environmental Engineering

3

GEOL 342

Engineering Geology

2

CIV 460

Transportation Engineering

3

CIV 305

Structural Analysis I

3

CIV 405

Structural Analysis II

3

CIV 435

Concrete Structures I

3

CIV 436

Concrete Structures II

3

CIV 445

Soil Mechanics

3

CIV 480

Foundations Engineering

3

CIV 301L

Geomatics Lab

1

CIV 302L

Concrete mix design Lab.

1

CIV 303L

Concrete strength test Lab.

1

ENGR 498

Engineering Seminar

3

Subtotal

45

Curriculum for the (B.E.)

Total Credit hours for the Engineering Diploma are 150 Credits

  1. Condition for admission into the program is holding a Bachelor of Science of the same major with a Cumulative Average of a minimum of 2.25 out of 4.5.
  2. Graduation requirements is to Complete Successfully within 2 years 45 credit hours with a minimum Cumulative Average of 2.5 out of 4.5 as follow:
  • Faculty Requirements                                       9 Credits
  • Technical Requirements:                              23 Credits
  • Free Electives:                                                        6 Credits
  • Final Year Project:                                               7 Credits

ENGINEERING PROFESSION REQUIRED COURSES

Course#

Course Name

CR

EETH 303

Engineering Ethics

3

EMGT 303

Engineering Management

3

EECN 303

Engineering Economics

3

Subtotal

9

 

MAJOR REQUIRED COURSES

Course#

Course Name

CR

CIV 550

Structural Steel Design

3

CIV 520

Hydraulic Networks and Lab

3

CIV 530

Advanced Structures

3

CIV 535

Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Design

3

CIV 540

Pre-stressed Concrete

3

CIV 570

Conservation & strengthening of Structures

3

TRAN 560

Highway Engineering

3

CIV 500

Electrical Installations and HVAC

3

CIV 505

Building Law

3

Courses from the above

 

Subtotal

27

       

 

FREE ELECTIVE COURSES

Course#

Course Name

CR

1 Course from any Faculty or from another major

 

Subtotal

3

 

Final Year Project

Course#

Course Name

CR

FYP 594

Initiation to Engineering Final Year Project

1

FYP 595

Engineering project Proposal

1

FYP 596

Engineering Project Execution

5

Subtotal

7

Curriculum for the (M.Sc.)

Total Credit hours for the Engineering Diploma are 51 Credits

  1. Condition for admission into the program is holding a Bachelor of Science of the same major with a Cumulative Average of a minimum of 2.50 out of 4.5.
  2. Graduation requirements is to Complete Successfully within 2 years 56 credit hours with a minimum Cumulative Average of 3.0 out of 4.5 as follow:
    1. Faculty Requirements                                       9 Credits
    2. Technical Requirements:                               27 Credits
    3. Technical Electives:                                           12 Credits
    4. Final Year Project:                                                8 Credits

ENGINEERING PROFESSION REQUIRED COURSES

Course#

Course Name

CR

EETH 303

Engineering Ethics

3

EMGT 303

Engineering Management

3

EECN 303

Engineering Economics

3

Subtotal

9

 

MAJOR REQUIRED COURSES

Course#

Course Name

CR

CIV 550

Structural Steel Design

3

CIV 520

Hydraulic Networks and Lab

3

CIV 530

Advanced Structures

3

CIV 535

Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Design

3

CIV 540

Pre-stressed Concrete

3

CIV 570

Conservation & strengthening of Structures

3

TRAN 560

Highway Engineering

3

CIV 500

Electrical Installations and HVAC

3

CIV 505

Building Law

3

Courses from the above

 

Subtotal

27

       

 

TECHNICAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Course#

Course Name

CR

12 credits major courses

 

Subtotal

12

 

Research Project

Course#

Course Name

CR

ENGR 500

Research Methodology

2

ENGR 599

Graduation Project (2 semesters)

6

Subtotal

8