Vision and Mission
To be a world-class department in civil engineering education, innovation and technological advancement.
-To attain excellence in quality and sustainability of civil engineering industry.
-To provide the society with highly qualified civil engineers to meet the challenges of civil engineering industry in the 21st century.
-To serve the society through involvement in knowledge sharing outreach and professional activities that include innovative research, developing new technologies, and continuing education and professional development.
Graduates of CE program are prepared to:
1. Implement civil engineering principles and knowledge to create systems, and
provide services that meet society needs and improve the quality of life.
2. Increase personal knowledge and technical skills through professional and graduate
study, certifications, and work responsibilities; and to be the preferred choice of
3. Contribute time, knowledge and skills to the profession, community, and the world
beyond job responsibilities.
Civil Engineering Program Learning Outcomes
Civil engineering graduates will have:
· Knowledge in basic sciences, mathematics, IT, and engineering principles.
· Knowledge in the fundamentals of civil engineering principles and practices, including analysis, design, evaluation, and management.
· An understanding of the professional and ethical responsibility of civil engineering profession.
· Understanding of the role of civil engineer and impact of civil engineering in global context.
(ii) Cognitive skills:
Civil engineering graduates will have the ability to:
· Collect data and information and perform analysis, interpretation and draw inferences or conclusions
· Perform in-depth study and analysis of civil engineering problems, and find innovative or creative solutions based on economy, feasibility and safety.
· Evaluate alternative designs and solutions, with an understanding of the impact of the proposed solution.
(iii) Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility
· Students will have the ability to work in a group.
· Students should be responsible for their own learning that requires using means to find new information data, or techniques of analysis.
· Students should be aware of ethical and professional issues involving values and moral judgments in ways that are sensitive to others and consisting with underlying values and relevant to professional codes of practice.
(iv) Communication, IT and numerical skills
· Students will have the ability to communicate in English both orally and in writing.
· Student will have sufficient knowledge in IT that will enable them to gather, interpret, and communicate information and ideas.
· Student will have the ability to develop simple programs to solve some numerical problems.
· Students will have sufficient background in statistical or mathematical techniques that will enable them to apply in interpreting and proposing solutions.