Curriculum

Curriculum

The curriculum of the program covers courses from different areas, such as general science and mathematics, arts and humanities, basic engineering and elective engineering courses from different branches of civil engineering - structural engineering, environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, transportation engineering, and water resources engineering. Elective courses in the different branches of civil engineering are taught in third and fourth years to enhance/widen the depth of knowledge in particular subjects. The total number of credit hours of the program is 181.0, including 139 credit hours from theory courses, and 42 credit hours from sessional courses. The curriculum of the program is revised regularly based on the feedback from the students, employer, faculties, and other stakeholders. The fourth revision of the syllabus of B. Sc. in Civil Engineering program has been made in October 2015. 

The M. Engg. program is a non-thesis, course-based program for two years for full-time students. The program requires completion of at least 30 credits of coursework. In addition to the 30 credits of required coursework, students are required to complete a project of 6 credits for the fulfillment of the degree requirements. 

The thesis-based M. Sc. is a research-based program for two years for full-time students. The program includes a total of 18 credits of coursework and 18 credits of thesis work under the supervision of a faculty member. The curriculum of postgraduate program is regularly updated through Post Graduate Committee (PGC), Committee for Advanced Studies and Research (CASR)/Academic Council (AC). 

Below are the lists of curriculum for different programs offered at the CEE Department:

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Course Curriculum for Ph.D. & M.Sc. Engg. (CE) Program

Course Curriculum for M. Engg. (CE) Program

Course Curriculum for B. Sc. Engg. (CE) Program