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Bachelor of Civil Engineering

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Admission
Fall & Spring Intake
Duration
4 Years
Semester
8
Campuses Offered
Raiwind Campus
Entry Requirements
Minimum 60% in inter or equivalent examination

Introduction

The Department of Civil Engineering was established in 2006 as a constituent unit of the University of South Asia. Department of Civil Engineering offers only one four - year degree program, B.Sc. Civil Engineering which provides the required education and training necessary for graduates to embark on a professional career in Civil Engineering. The program has a contextual foundational background in engineering, mathematics and general sciences that are assimilated in a logical and scientific manner.

Program Objectives

01

Established a mastery of fundamental knowledge, problem solving skills, engineering experimental abilities, and design capabilities for a civil engineering career and/or graduate school.

02

Established the knowledge and skills necessary for identifying and assessing design alternatives and the related social, economic, environmental, and public safety impacts.

03

Demonstrated their ability to deal effectively with ethical and professional issues, taking into account the broader societal implications of civil and environmental engineering.

04

Obtained or made progress for obtaining professional licensure, assumed or made progress toward assuming leadership roles, and engaged in life-long learning.

Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must achieve minimum 60% marks in Intermediate (Pre-engineering) or equivalent qualification. There is a 2% quota allocated for DAE applicants.

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Roadmap of the Program

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Year 1

Semester 1
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
CE-111 Civil Engineering Materials (Part-I) - 3
CE-112 Civil Engineering Materials (Part-II) - 1
CE-121 Civil Engineering Drawing (Part-I) - 1
CE-122 Civil Engineering Drawing (Part-II) - 1.5
CE-131 Introduction to Computer Programming (Part-I) - 2
CE-132 Introduction to Computer Programming (Part-II) - 1
IP-101 Islamiat and Pak Studies-I - 3
MA-104 Mathematics-I - 3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 15.5
Semester 2
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
CE-141 Elementary Surveying (Part-I) - 2
CE-142 Elementary Surveying (Part-II) - 1.5
CE-151 Engineering Mechanics (Part-I) - 2
CE-152 Engineering Mechanics (Part-II) - 1
CE-161 Writing and Communication Skills - 3
EM-101 Electro-Mechanical Engineering (Part-I) - 2
EM-102 Electro-Mechanical Engineering (Part-II) - 1
MA-105 Mathematics-II - 3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 15.5

Year 2

Semester 3
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
CE-201 Engineering Geology (Part-I) - 2
CE-202 Engineering Geology (Part-II) - 2
CE-211 Surveying and GIS-RS Applications (Part-I) - 2
CE-212 Surveying and GIS-RS Applications (Part-II) - 2
CE-221 Strength of Materials (Part-I) - 2
CE-222 Strength of Materials (Part-II) - 2
CE-281 Fluid Mechanics-I (Part-I) - 2
CE-282 Fluid Mechanics-I (Part-II) - 2
MA-240 Probability and Statistics - 2
Tutorial - 2
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 16
Semester 4
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
CE-231 Structural Analysis I - 3
CE-251 Civil Engineering Construction and Graphics (Part-I) - 2
CE-252 Civil Engineering Construction and Graphics (Part-II) - 1
CE-261 Civil Engineering Practice (Part-I) - 3
CE-262 Civil Engineering Practice (Part-II) - 1
CE-271 Geotechnical Engineering- I (Part-I) - 3
CE-272 Geotechnical Engineering -I (Part-II) - 1
MA-230 Numerical Analysis - 3
Tutorial - 0
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 17

Year 3

Semester 5
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
CE-311 Engineering Hydrology (Part-I) - 2
CE-312 Engineering Hydrology (Part-II) - 1
CE-331 Structural Analysis -II - 2
CE-351 Steel Structures (Part-I) - 3
CE-352 Steel Structures (Part-II) - 1
CE-361 Engineering Economy and Project Management (Part-I) - 3
CE-362 Engineering Economy and Project Management (Part-II) - 1
CE-371 Geotechnical Engineering -II (Part-I) - 3
CE-372 Geotechnical Engineering-II (Part-II) - 1
CE-381 Technical Writing and Presentation Skills - 2
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 19
Semester 6
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
CE-321 Structural Mechanics (Part-I) - 3
CE-322 Structural Mechanics (Part-II) - 1
CE-341 Plain and Reinforced Concrete -I (Part-I) - 3
CE-342 Plain and Reinforced Concrete -I (Part-II) - 1
CE-381 Fluid Mechanics -II (Part-I) - 3
CE-382 Fluid Mechanics -II (Part-II) - 1
CE-371 Social Sciences* - 2
IP-201 Islamiat and Pak Studies-II - 3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 17

Year 4

Semester 7
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
CE-411 Hydraulics Engineering (Part-I) - 3
CE-412 Hydraulics Engineering (Part-II) - 1
CE-431 Structural Engineering (Part-I) - 3
CE-432 Structural Engineering (Part-II) - 1
CE-441 Plain and Reinforced Concrete -II (Part-I) - 3
CE-442 Plain and Reinforced Concrete -II (Part-II) - 1
CE-461 Transportation Engineering (Part-I) - 3
CE-462 Transportation Engineering (Part-II) - 1
CE-499 Project - 3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 19
Semester 8
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
CE-451 Design of Structures (Part-I) - 2
CE-452 Design of Structures (Part-II) - 1
CE-461 Environmental Engineering (Part-I) - 3
CE-462 Environmental Engineering (Part-II) - 1
CE-471 Pavement and Foundation Engineering - 3
CE-481 Irrigation Engineering (Part-I) - 3
CE-482 Irrigation Engineering (Part-II) - 1
CE-499 Project - 3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 17

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Degree Values

If you would like to use your skills and creativity to do good in the world, working as a civil engineer could offer you that opportunity. Without the work of civil engineers, society as we know it would not function. There would be no clean water to drink, no safe buildings, and structures to live in or work in and no transportation infrastructure to use for travel. Civil engineers design, develop and create all these essential parts of modern life.

Career Prospects

The graduates of this program servers in the following areas:

  • Academia
  • Construction companies
  • Power generation and distribution
  • Research and development
  • Smart city projects
  • Transportation
  • Infrastructure Development
  • Planning Commission

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