Student Outcomes

Knowledge skills:

  • To recognize the importance of mathematics and science in all civil engineering areas.
  • To recognize the impact of engineering solutions to economic, environmental and society and to improving quality of life.
  • To recognize the knowledge of contemporary issues in planning, designing, constructing, and rehabilitating civil engineering infrastructures.
  • To develop techniques and skills using modern engineering methods and tools needed in civil engineering practices.

Cognitive skills:

  • To identify and apply knowledge of mathematics and sciences and in civil engineering problems
  • To design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyse and interpret data required for solving civil engineering projects.
  • To design optimum system/component of civil engineering facilities/infrastructures to meet desired needs using realistic constraints.
  • To identify, formulate, and solve civil engineering problems and to evaluate and synthesize information in order to provide best alternative solutions.

Communication and Information Technology skills:

  • To function effectively in multi-disciplinary construction project/civil engineering teams.
  • To prepare professional written materials, graphical communications and deliver professional oral and written presentations.

Interpersonal skill & responsibility:

  • To act professionally and ethically and recognize the impact of liability issues in civil engineering projects and constructions.
  • To recognize the need in life-long learning and to engage in continuing education of professional/engineering skills.

Psychomotor skill:

  • To effectively articulate civil engineering ideas or problems in sketches, drawing or diagrams