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B.Sc in Civil Engineering

B.Sc in CE
January, July
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Civil Engineering is one of the most versatile branches of Engineering in this 21st century. Civil Engineering covers a diverse range of engineering fields with five major areas of discipline: structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering, transportation engineering and water resource engineering. Examples of more specialized areas of work are concrete technology, accident research, earthquake engineering, water and flood management, construction engineering, hydraulic engineering, river engineering and road network design.

The B.Sc in CE program initially exposes students to a wide range of topics covering the fundamentals. Advanced courses and electives provide more specialized knowledge and emphasized applications. Many courses include experimental lab sections to give students hands-on experience with current engineering and measurement equipment. Throughout the program, several courses are devoted to design in civil engineering. Students apply engineering principles to challenging design projects. Working in groups and individually, students develop communication skills through oral and written presentations.

The benefits - on leaving the course - you will have:

An ability to apply knowledge of math, engineering, and science

An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data

An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability

An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems

An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context

A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in, lifelong learning

Course Structure

Currently CE department is offering an exciting 4-year bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering. Below are our B.Sc degree details:
Program name: B.Sc in Civil Engineering
Module by module breakdown:

Total courses Majors Language and Linguistics modules Literature modules ELT and Applied Linguistics modules Minors
47 42 15 22 5 5

Entry requirements

Domestic students: Minimum GPA of 2.5 both in SSC and HSC examinations or equivalent

International students: A level or completion of international equivalent education


Degree: B.Sc. in Civil Engineering

Duration: 4 Years

Start Date: January, July

Mode of Study: Full Time; On Campus

2019/2020 Tuition Fees(home): 3,23,900 (amount in BDT)

International Student: 5700$

Scholarship: Available

Application Deadline 20 December (January Intake), 20 June (July Intake)

Course Delivered Main Campus, Bahaddarhat, Chattagram.

Assessment Criteria

Each course is assessed in 100 Marks with a breakdown of class tests, presentations, mid-term and final exams and viva-voce as follow:

Class test/ Quiz: 10

Attendance: 10

Viva-voce/ Presentation/Assignment: 10

Mid-term exam: 30

Final exam: 40

Total: 100

Career opportunities

After attaining the required educational qualification to become a civil engineer, there are a number of profiles that you can take up. Based on your choice and interest, you can select a job profile that comes under the umbrella of civil engineering. Since civil engineering is a broad field, you can explore the following job options.

Our students having passed out with their degrees may end up professionally with diverse career choices such as the following some just to name

Structural Engineer: Working closely with the construction industry, structural engineers play a key role in the development of new infrastructures. From buildings and bridges to dams and pipelines, engineers in this field are involved in all stages of a project’s life cycle, including preliminary design and final inspections.

Geotechnical Engineer: Engineers specializing in this field typically work on the design, analysis, and construction of retaining walls, tunnels, roadways, embankments, and building foundations. Much of a geotechnical engineer’s time is dedicated to writing reports that detail soil characteristics and requirements to support a building or development.

Environmental Engineer: Environmental engineers help solve environmental problems and challenges. These engineers apply biology and chemistry theory as well as soil science to the areas of waste disposal, pollution control, recycling, and public health.

Water Resource Engineer: Water resource engineers focus on the development and maintenance of water resource management facilities that include wastewater treatment plants, drainage canals, irrigation systems, and hydraulic structures such as reservoirs, dams, and floodways.

Transportation Engineer: Do you think public transportation just happens? All those subways, trams, roads, highways, and such don’t just spring from nowhere: top transportation engineers are there, taking care of us to get home on time or not wait in the rain for your bus, like the most tragic figure from literature.

Construction Manager: Construction managers are the bosses of the working sites. With knowledge on the most basic things, like weather, costs, team and time management, managers have to be the eyes and ears of the person who hired them, and have to see that everything works smoothly.

Public Health Engineer: Do you remember that scene in Tim Burton’s ‘Batman’, where there are penguins living in the sewer and even an evil lair? Technically, as a public health engineer, you will be responsible for that never to happen! Controlling the water supply and sewage system, you take care of people in towns and villages, making sure the water is clean and villain-free.

If you have a real passion for turning yourself into a well-rounded English graduate with a strong expertise on the English language, literature, linguistics, and ELT, our BA-in-ELL program is just the right choice for you. Make haste, apply right today for our next intake.

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