BSc Civil Engineering Technology

Objective

The Department of Civil Engineering Technology has adopted a set of educational objectives for the Civil Engineering Technology BS graduates. The definition of "objective" in this context means our expectations for our graduates' accomplishments several years after completing the B.Sc. Civil Engineering Technology program.

• The Department of Civil Engineering Technology has adopted a set of educational objectives for the Civil Engineering Technology BS graduates. The definition of "objective" in this context means our expectations for our graduates' accomplishments several years after completing the B.Sc. Civil Engineering Technology program.

• Serve society and the civil engineering profession through involvement in community and professional organizations.

• Contribute new ideas and innovations that empower advancements in their profession.

• Pursue graduate education and research at major research universities in civil and engineering technology, and related fields

• To step into Research and Development (R&D) effectively.

• To successfully learn to deal with various construction materials, equipment and Techniques.

• Graduates of the program will be skilled in the fundamental principles of mathematics, science, and four sub-disciplines in Civil Engineering that are necessary for success in industry or graduate school

• To train the graduates to work in the professional engineering environment and understand the associated economic considerations.

• Graduates of the program will be capable of operating effectively in a professional environment by demonstrating technical communication skills, the ability to procure work, the ability to interact effectively with construction professionals, and an understanding of both ethical issues in Civil Engineering and the importance of Civil Engineering work to society.

• Graduates of the program will be prepared to continue their professional development based on their awareness of professional society activities, professional licensure requirements, and opportunities for further education in graduate school.

• To provide critical learning for a broad function in various areas of Civil Engineering, including structural, environmental, geotechnical, water resources, & transportation engineering & construction management.

Role and Scope

An Civil Engineering technologist is a specialist devoted to the implementation of existing technology within a field of engineering. Technologists often work with engineers in a wide variety of projects by applying basic engineering principles and technical skills. The work of technologists is usually focused on the portion of the technological spectrum closest to product improvement, manufacturing, construction, and engineering operational functions.

Career opportunities also include work in public sector organizations, such as: Development Authorities, Municipal Corporations, Public Works Department, Public Health Department, National Highway Authority, Water and Power Development Authority, Civil Aviation Authority and many more.

semesters and courses

  • Duration

    8 Semesters, 4 years

  • Eligibility

    Candidate having Diploma of Associate Engineering (DAE) in Civil Technology or FSc./Intermediate in Pre-Engineering with Minimum 50% Marks

  • credit hours
    required

    137

 

Semester 1

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CH-112 Islamic Studies 2(2-0)
CS-113 Applied Mathematics-I 3(3-0)
CS-123 Introduction to Computer Fundamentals 3(1-2)
CT-113 Civil Engineering Drawing 3(1-2)
CT-124 Surveying 4(2-2)
CM-112 Occupational Health and Safety Management 2(2-0)
  Total Credit Hours: 17
 
 

Semester 2

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CT-134 Concrete Technology 4(2-2)
CH-123 Communication Skills 3(3-0)
CT-144 Applied Mechanics 4(2-2)
CT-154 Materials and Methods of Construction 4(2-2)
CS-133 Applied Mathematics-II 3(3-0)
  Total Credit Hours: 18
 
 

Semester 3

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CT-212 Introduction to Architecture and Town Planning 2(2-0)
CH-212 Pakistan Studies 2(2-0)
CT-223 Quantity Surveying and Contract Documnents 3(1-2)
CT-233 Soil Mechanics 3(2-1)
CT-243 Fluid Mechanics 3(2-1)
CT-254 Mechanics of Solids 4(2-2)
  Total Credit Hours: 17
 
 

Semester 4

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CT-264 Transportation Engineering 4(2-2)
CT-274 Water Supply & Waste Water Management 4(2-2)
CM-213 Environmental Management 3(2-1)
CT-283 Theory of Structures 3(2-1)
CH-223 Technical Report Writing 3(3-0)
  Total Credit Hours: 17

 

Semester 5

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CT-313  Hydrology 3(2-1)
CH-323 Reinforced Concrete Structures 3(2-1)
CT-333  Construction and Hydraulic Machinery 3(2-1)
CT-343 Project Management 3(3-0)
CT-353 Foundations Engineering 3(2-1)
CM-313 Project Management 3(3-0)
  Total Credit Hours: 18

 

Semester 6

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CT-363 Pre-stressed & Precast concrete 3(2-1)
CT-373 Geology & Earthquake Engineering 3(2-1)
CT-383 Irrigation and Hydraulic Structures 3(2-1)
CT-393 Steel Structures 3(2-1)
CT-3103 Project 3(0-3)
  Total Credit Hours: 15

 

Semester 6 Summar Project Work

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CT-3113 Project (Continue) 3(0-3)
  Total Credit Hours: 03

 

Semester 7

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CT-4116 16 Weeks
Supervised Industrial / Field Training
(8×5=40Hrs / Week)
16(0-16)
  Total Credit Hours: 16

 

Semester 8

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CT-4216 16 Weeks
Supervised Industrial / Field Training
(8×5=40Hrs / Week)
16(0-16)
  Total Credit Hours: 16