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The program aims to provide an integrated knowledge of Hydraulic Engineering, Hydrology, Coastal Processes and Water Resources Engineering. Attention is paid to applied numerical methods. The role of applied hydraulics and hydrology is to help analyze the problems involved in flood control, river and coastal development, and planning and management of water resources.
A student must complete 46 credit hours for graduation.
University General Elective Courses
(Total: 6 Credits)
Students are required to take all core courses (Total: 18 Credits)
Choose any two from the following list (Total: 6 Credits)
Free Elective Courses
Choose any two courses offered by other programmes, by other faculties (Total: 6 Credits)
Take these two courses (Total: 10 Credits)
Candidates should hold a good bachelor degree in civil engineering from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia or equivalent. A lower grade degree with working experience will also be considered for admission. Holders of degrees other than civil engineering may also apply but pre-requisites may be imposed.