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Overview Of Bachelor Of Civil Engineering (HONS) In Malaysia

. Program/MQR No.
  Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) (Honours)
KPT/JPT (R/520/6/0039) 01/23 - MQA/FA8848

2.

Brief introduction
  Civil engineering is concerned with the design, construction, maintenance and the operation of infrastructure for the benefit of society. Civil engineers design structures including multi-storey buildings, bridges, tunnels, commercial complexes, oil rig platforms, water systems, road and traffic systems and foundation supports. Students are exposed to courses in computer aided design, surveying, transportation engineering, environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, pavement and materials engineering, construction and project management, steel and concrete design, water and wastewater engineering.

3.

Program Outcome
  Students graduated from the Kulliyyah of Engineering programmes should have the ability to:

1.    Engineering Knowledge (T) - Apply knowledge of mathematics, sciences, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems;

2.    Problem Analysis (T) – Identify, formulate, research relevant literature and analyze complex engineering problems, and reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences;

3.    Design/Development of Solutions (A) – Design solutions,  exhibiting innovativeness, for complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, economical, ethical, environmental  and sustainability issues;

4.    Investigation (D) - Conduct investigation into complex problems, displaying creativeness, using research-based knowledge, and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions

5.    Modern Tool Usage (A & D) - Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modelling, to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations;

6.    The Engineer and Society (ESSE) - Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and solutions to complex engineering problems;

7.    Environment and Sustainability (ESSE) - Understand and evaluate the sustainability and impact of professional engineering work in the solutions of complex engineering problems in societal and environmental contexts;

8.    Ethics (ESSE) – Apply professional ethics with Islamic values and commit to responsibilities and norms of professional engineering code of practices;

9.    Communication (S) - Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions;

10.    Individual and Team Work (S) - Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings;

11.    Life Long Learning (S) - Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change

12.    Project Management and Finance (S) - Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering management and financial principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and/or leader in a team, to manage projects in multidisciplinary settings, and identify opportunities of entrepreneurship.

 

4.

Career Opportunities
  A civil engineering degree prepares you for work in the construction industry as well as in the business, management and financial sectors

Jobs directly related to the degree include:

Building control surveyor/Consulting civil engineer/Contracting civil engineer/Design engineer/Nuclear engineer/Site engineer/Structural engineer/Water engineer

Jobs where the degree would be useful include:

Building services engineer/Construction manager/Engineering geologist/Environmental consultant/Patent attorney/Quantity surveyor/Sustainability consultant

Remember that many employers accept applications from graduates with any degree subject, so don't restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here.

5.

Program Structure
  Your studies commence with the common first year. Completion of the common first year will develop your foundational skills for engineering while you sample from the various branches of engineering. In this year you will develop your skills and knowledge of fundamental engineering through completion of practical hands-on design-and-build activities. At the conclusion of first year, after experiencing the fundamentals of each discipline, you nominate your branch of engineering for further study.

After specialising in the second year you will develop an in-depth understanding of the knowledge, techniques, tools and resources appropriate for your branch of engineering, as well as skills and knowledge of the application of engineering methods required to conduct, design and manage engineering projects.

 

Study Module Of Bachelor Of Mathematical Sciences (HONS) In Malaysia


Course Code
Course Title
Credit hours
Pre-requisites
Co-requisites
CIVE 2112
Engineering Survey Practical
1
-
CIVE 2211
CIVE 2114
Civil Engineering Drawing
1
MANU 1201
-
CIVE 2116
Civil Engineering Lab I
1
-
CIVE 2313 CIVE 2319
CIVE 2211
Engineering Survey
2
-
-
CIVE 2313
Fluid Mechanics
3
-
-
CIVE 2315
Geology and Soil Mechanics
3
-
-
CIVE 2317
Strength of Materials
3
MECH 1301
-
CIVE 2319
Civil Engineering Materials
3
-
-
CCXX YYYY
Co-Curriculum
0.5
-
-
SEMESTER IV (Year 2 Semester 2: 17.5 c.h.)
Course Codes
Course Title
Credit Hours
Pre-Requisites
Co-Requisites
CIVE 2122
Civil Engineering Lab II
1
CIVE 2116 CIVE 2315
CIVE 2223 CIVE 2323
CIVE 2223
Water Resources and Hydrology
2
CIVE 2313
-
CIVE 2225
Construction Engineering
2
-
-
CIVE 2321
Theory of Structures
3
CIVE 2317
-
CIVE 2323
Hydraulics
3
CIVE 2313
-
MATH 2310
Differential Equations
3
MATH 1302
-
UNGS 2030
The Islamic Worldview
3
-
-
CCXX YYYY
Co-Curriculum
0.5
-
-
SEMESTER V (Year 3 Semester 1: 16.5 c.h.)
Course Codes
Course Title
Credit Hours
Pre-Requisites
Co-Requisites
CIVE 3112
Civil Engineering Lab III
1
CIVE 2122 CIVE 2321
CIVE 3311 CIVE 3315
CIVE 3311
Structural Analysis
3
CIVE 2321
-
CIVE 3313
Reinforced Concrete Design I
3
CIVE 2319
CIVE 2321
-
CIVE 3315
Geotechnical Engineering
3
CIVE 2315
-
MATH 2330
Computational Methods and Statistics
3
MATH 2310
-
UNGS 2040
Islamic Knowledge and Civilisation
3
UNGS 2030
-
CCXX YYYY
Co-Curriculum
0.5
-
-
Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) (Honours) 2
Department of Civil Engineering 2
SEMESTER VI (Year 3 Semester 2: 16.5 c.h.)
Course Codes
Course Title
Credit Hours
Pre-Requisites
Co-Requisites
CIVE 3122
Civil Engineering Lab IV
1
CIVE 3112
CIVE 3323
CIVE 3325
CIVE 3124
Seminar
1
-
-
CIVE 3221
Contract and Estimation
2
CIVE 2114
-
CIVE 3321
Reinforced Concrete Design II
3
CIVE 3313
-
CIVE 3323
Highway and Traffic Engineering
3
-
-
CIVE 3325
Environmental Engineering
3
CIVE 2223
CIVE 2323
-
CIVE 3327
Steel and Timber Structure Design
3
CIVE 2319
CIVE 3311
-
CCXX YYYY
Co-Curriculum
0.5
-
-
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING (Short Sem: 5 c.h.)
Course Codes
Course Title
Credit Hours
Pre-Requisites
EITR 3531
Engineering Industrial Training
5
CIVE 3122
SEMESTER VII (Year 4 Semester 1: 16 c.h.)
Course Codes
Course Title
Credit Hours
Pre-Requisites
Co-Requisites
CIVE 4312
Final Year Project I
3
CIVE 3112
-
CIVE 4314
Integrated Design Project
3
CIVE 3112
-
CIVE 41XX
Elective I-X (Design Lab)
1
-
-
CIVE 43XX
Elective II-X
3
-
-
MANU 3318
Engineering Economics and Management
3
-
-
UNGS 2050
Ethics and Fiqh for Everyday Life
3
UNGS 2040
-
SEMESTER VIII (Year 4 Semester 2: 16 c.h.)
Course Codes
Course Title
Credit Hours
Pre-Requisites
Co-Requisites
CIVE 4221
Construction Project Management
2
-
-
CIVE 4322
Final Year Project II
3
CIVE 4312
-
CIVE 43XX
Elective III-X
3
-
-
CIVE 43XX
Elective IV-X
3
-
-
MANU 4211
Technology Entrepreneurship
2
-
-
GEN 4300
Engineering Ethics, Safety and Environment
3
-
-
Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) (Honours) 3
Department of Civil Engineering 3
LIST OF ELECTIVE COURSES FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING
Elective courses are to be selected based on three main streams, namely Structural and Construction Engineering, Water and Environmental Engineering and Geotechnical and Transportation Engineering. Students are required to take at least two electives from the same stream.
ELECTIVE GROUP - A (STRUCTURAL AND CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING)
Course
Code
Course Title
Credit Hours
Pre-requisites
Co-requisites
Elective I-A
CIVE 4130
Design Lab - Structural Eng.
1
CIVE 3311
CIVE 3321
-
Elective II-A to IV-A (Any 3 Courses from the following; subject to Department’s Offering)
CIVE 4331
Design of Tall Buildings
3
CIVE 3311
-
CIVE 4333
Bridge Engineering
3
CIVE 3321
-
CIVE 4335
Pre-stressed Concrete Design
3
CIVE 3321
-
CIVE 4337
Finite Element for Structural Analysis
3
CIVE 3311
-
CIVE 4341
Building and Infrastructure Maintenance
3
CIVE 2319
-
CIVE 4343
Advanced Civil Engineering Materials
3
CIVE 2319
-
CIVE 4345
Sustainable Construction
3
CIVE 2319
CIVE 2225
-
CIVE 4347
Industrialized Building System
3
CIVE 2319
CIVE 2225
-
ELECTIVE GROUP - B (WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING)
Course
Code
Course Title
Credit Hours
Pre-requisites
Co-requisites
Elective I-B
CIVE 4150
Design Lab - Water & Env. Eng.
1
CIVE 3325
-
Elective II-B to IV-B (Any 3 Courses from the following; subject to Department’s Offering)
CIVE 4351
Integrated Water Resources Management
3
CIVE 3325
-
CIVE 4353
Urban Stormwater Management
3
CIVE 3325
-
CIVE 4355
Hydraulic Structures
3
CIVE 2323
-
CIVE 4357
Coastal Engineering
3
CIVE 2323
-
CIVE 4361
Advanced Water and Wastewater Treatment
3
CIVE 3325
-
CIVE 4363
Air Pollution Control
3
CIVE 3325
-
CIVE 4365
Solid Waste Engineering
3
CIVE 3325
-
CIVE 4367
Green Technology and Resource Conservation
3
CIVE 3325
-
ELECTIVE GROUP - C (GEOTECHNICAL AND TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING)
Course
Code
Course Title
Credit Hours
Pre-requisites
Co-requisites
Elective I-C (Any one from the following)
CIVE 4170
Design Lab - Geotechnical Eng.
1
CIVE 3115
-
CIVE 4190
Design Lab - Transportation Eng.
1
CIVE 3323
-
Elective II-C to IV-C (Any 3 Courses from the following; subject to Department’s Offering)
CIVE 4371
Advanced Geotechnical Engineering
3
CIVE 3115
-
Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) (Honours) 4
Department of Civil Engineering 4
CIVE 4373
Slope Engineering
3
CIVE 3115
-
CIVE 4375
Geo-environmental Engineering
3
CIVE 3115
-
CIVE 4377
Earthwork Engineering
3
CIVE 3115
-
CIVE 4391
Transportation Engineering
3
CIVE 3323
-
CIVE 4393
Traffic Management
3
CIVE 3323
-
CIVE 4395
Pavement Engineering
3
CIVE 3323
-
CIVE 4397
Urban Transport Planning
3
CIVE 3323
-

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