Introduction

Civil Engineering is one of the oldest professions which usually include a variety of engineering specialties like structural engineering, transportation systems, fluid mechanics, water resources, geo-systems, environmental engineering etc. This will depend on your interest and choice of module during your course of study. Your choice of degree modules and final-year projects can boost your chances of getting hired into a particular division, so give some thought to the specialism you'd like to work in. Closely aligned to the position, it does give you an advantage as it shows that you already have an interest in the area. Civil Engineers work in a broad spectrum of engineering situations and find employment opportunities in both public and private sectors such as construction firms, manufacturing companies, power companies, petroleum industry, mining concerns and with consulting engineering firms. Many opportunities for civil engineering employment exist.
The curriculum for the Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Program at Muslim Youth University has been designed in close conformity with the recommendations of Higher Education Commission (HEC). This curriculum is dynamic in nature and shall be reviewed every year. Review process shall be completed by the start of new academic year so that the recommendations, amendments or modifications may be incorporated with the new class intake.
 
Civil Engineering Department at "My University Islamabad" emphasizes in Mathematics, Science, Technical Management and Computation skills to solve engineering problems in the areas of structure, hydrology, irrigation, transportation, and environmental engineering. It offers students an opportunity to study in wide variety of subjects with practical training.
 
Methods of Instructions and Learning Environment. This shall comprise the following:-
  • Classroom lectures, duly supported by audio-visual aids, demonstrations and relevant handouts.
  • Assignments and tutorials requiring use of reference materials and internet facility.
  • Term projects and class presentations.
  • Laboratory experiments, field work and design exercises.
  • Extension lectures and class room discussions by renowned professionals.
  • Enhanced use of modern computing facilities in the institutions.

Assessment

  • Classroom attendance, question-answer session at the end of the lecture, occasional but regular class assignments, class tests, homework assignments, quizzes etc., should be considered for the award of sessional marks.
  • The classroom evaluation is to be on the basis of attendance of the students as well as class participation since it would reflect the keenness of the students in pursuance of his studies.
  • The academic pursuit and achievements of a student in a semester/academic year are to be evaluated by holding tests and examinations.
  • Final year projects shall be evaluated by both external and internal examiners.

Course Contents

Course contents of each course are provided as guidelines to meet the requirement of uniformity. However the teacher is at liberty to formulate their respective course plans.

Practical / Design Classes / Field Work

  • The laboratory experiments/practical/design classes/field works shall be in conformance with the contents of respective course.
  • Survey Camp of 3-4 weeks duration will be organized during Summer Semester after completion of Survey-2 Course. Attending the camp is mandatory for completing the degree requirements.
  • Internship (On Job Training) for duration of at least 6 weeks during Summer Semester should be arranged and attended by all the students. The university may help the students in securing such internship training.

Evaluation

The evaluation of the students will be made on the basis of composite percentages and 4.0 grade point average grading system as per the University rules.
 

Duration of the Degree Program: 

  • Total duration: Four (4) calendar years and Eight (8) semesters.
  • Duration of a semester is 16 weeks including 2 week for examination.
  • The total number of Cr Hr: 133
 
  • Definition of Credit Hour. The term "Credit Hour (Cr Hr)" refers to a unit of academic credit during a semester. Each credit hour is defined as "one contact hour per week" for the theory class and "2 to 3 contact hours per week" for the laboratory work. 
 

 

SCHEME OF STUDY BS CE

Semester-1

 

Course Code

Course Name

Cr. Hrs.

CE-111

Civil Engineering Materials

2+1

ID-112

Basic Electro Mechanical Engineering

3+1

CE-113

Engineering Drawing

2+2

HM-114

English Language Skills

2+0

NS-115

Applied Calculus

3+0

HM-116

Pak Studies

1+0

 

Total Credits

17

 

Semester-2

 

Course Code

Course Name

Cr. Hrs.

CE-121

Engineering Surveying

2+2

NS-122

Engineering Geology

3+0

HM-123

Islamic Studies

2+0

NS-124

Engineering Mechanics

3+1

NS-125

Differential Equation

3+0

 

Total Credits

16

 

Semester-3

 

Course Code

Course Name

Cr. Hrs.

CS-211

Computer programming

1+2

CE-212

Civil Engineering Drawing & Graphics

1+2

CE-213

Advanced Engineering Surveying

2+1

CE-214

Mechanics of Solids-1

2+1

MS-325

Hydrology and Water Resourses Management

2+1

 

Total Credits

15

 

Semester-4

 

Course Code

Course Title

Cr. Hrs.

CE-221

Quantity Surveying and Estimation

2+0

NS-311

Probability and Statistic

3+0

CE-223

Soil Mechanics

3+1

HM-224

Professional Ethics

2+0

NS-225

Numerical Analysis

2+0

CE-226

Fluid Mechanics

3+1

 

Total credits

17

 

Semester-5

 

Course Code

Course Title

Cr. Hrs.

CE-222

Structural Analysis-1

3+0

CE-312

Advanced Fluid Mechanics

3+1

HM-412

Communication Skills  and Technical Report writing

1+1

HM-314

Organizational Behavior

2+0

CE-315

Plain and Reinforced Concrete-I

3+1

CE-316

Construction Engineering

2+0

 

Total credits

17

 

Semester-6

 

Course Code

Course Title

Cr. Hrs.

MS-321

Construction Management

3+0

CE-322

Mechanics of Solids-II

2+1

CE-323

Plain and Reinforced Concrete-II

3+1

CE-324

Transportation  Engineering 

3+0

NS-215

Engineering Economics

2+0

CE-326

Structural Analysis-II

3+0

 

Total credits

18

 

Semester-7

 

Course Code

Course Title

Cr. Hrs.

CE-411

Environmental Engineering-I

2+1

ID-413

Architecture and Town Planning

3+0

CE-414

Geotechnical and Foundation Engineering

3+1

CE-415

Highway and Traffic Engineering

3+1

CE-416

Civil Engineering Project

0+3

 

Total credits

17

 

Semester-8

 

Course Code

Course Title

Cr. Hrs.

NS-421

Geo informatics

1+1

CE-422

Environmental Engineering-II

2+0

CE-423

Steel Structures

3+0

CE-424

Hydraulics and Irrigation Engineering

3+1

MS-425

Hazards and Disaster Management

2+0

CE-426

Civil Engineering Project

0+3

 

Total credits

16

 


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