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Civil and Construction Engineering

BEng(Curtin) - MJRH-CCOEN Bachelor of Engineering - Civil and Construction Engineering
Location Curtin Dubai campus
Study method On-campus
Study mode Full-time
Intake September
Duration 4 years full-time

Apply now for September 2018

As our built environment becomes increasingly complicated, ambitious construction projects can only be completed by teams of people with different skills, working together. The civil engineer is important in this process.

In your first two years of this course, you will develop basic scientific, mathematic and practical skills, and learn how to use these skills to solve engineering problems, first in our Engineering Foundation Year and then by developing specific civil engineering attributes. In your third year, you will learn to apply these skills to structural analysis and design, materials, geotechnical engineering, construction engineering, hydraulics and professional practice. In your final year, you will consolidate these engineering skills to the level of an engineering graduate.

Speciality options include the environment, transport, public health or advanced structural design. You will also need to complete at least 12 weeks of engineering work experience during the summer breaks in order to graduate from civil and construction engineering.

Bachelor of Engineering- Civil and Construction Engineering (View flyer for this course)

 

Career opportunities

This course can help you become a:

  • Civil Engineer
  • Building Contractor

Credit for previous study

Applications for recognition of prior learning (RPL) are assessed on an individual basis. Try our RPL search to find out what credit you might be eligible for.

Course structure

Year 1 Teaching Period 1

  • Engineering Foundations – Principles and Communication (EFPC)
  • Calculus for Engineers
  • Engineering Materials
  • Electrical Systems

Year 1 Teaching Period 2

  • Engineering Programming
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Engineering Foundations – Design and Processes (EFDP)
  • Linear Algebra and Statistics for Engineers
  • Optional Unit

Year 2 Teaching Period 1

  • Civil Engineering Materials
  • Civil Engineering Drawing and Surveying
  • Structural Analysis of Determinate Structures
  • Fluid Mechanics

Year 2 Teaching Period 2

  • Water Quality and Resources Engineering
  • Engineering Sustainable Development
  • Principles of Geomechanics
  • Structural Analysis of Indeterminate Structures
  • Structural Mechanics

Year 3 Teaching Period 1

  • Advanced Structural Analysis
  • Transportation Engineering and Earthworks
  • Geotechnical Engineering Analysis
  • Structural Actions and Steel Design

Year 3 Teaching Period 2

  • Geotechnical Engineering for Foundations
  • Civil Engineering Project and Cost Management
  • Hydraulics and Hydrology
  • Reinforced Concrete Design

Year 4 Teaching Period 1

  • Civil Engineering Research Project 1
  • Civil Engineering Practices, Quality and Legislation
  • Integrated Structural Design
  • Optional Unit

Year 4 Teaching Period 2

  • Civil Engineering Research Project 2
  • Integrated Design and Construction 2
  • Optional Unit

Entry requirements

Course Prerequisites

Mathematics (including calculus) and either chemistry, physics or engineering studies. Further mathematics is desirable.

Indicative cut-off scores

  • GCE A-Levels: 8 points (best of 3 subjects)
  • IB: 28 points
  • India/Pakistan: 76%

English language requirements

IELTS overall band score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each band, or equivalent

Fees

AED 232,000 or USD 63,570