BENg (Hons) in Civil Engineering
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Civil engineering is about protecting, creating, and enhancing our everyday environment. It is about the planning, design and construction of the facilities that we require for housing, industry and transportation. Roads, bridges, ports, buildings, railways, airports, water supply, drainage, sewage treatment systems, dams, flood management and sustainable energy schemes such as wind farms, ocean power or hydroelectric plants. Infrastructure on which civilization depends to function now and in the future.
Civil engineers manage and design projects of all scales, from individual houses to multi-story buildings, from group water schemes to major bridges and roads. They work as individuals and as part of teams. Civil engineering is about protecting, creating, and enhancing our everyday environment. It is about the planning, design and construction of the facilities that we require for housing, industry and transportation. Roads, bridges, ports, buildings, railways, airports, water supply, drainage, sewage treatment systems, dams, flood management, and sustainable energy schemes such as wind farms, ocean power or hydroelectric plants. Infrastructure on which civilization depends to function now and in the future.This program is designed to help students identify and develop their skills in problem solving, design, and management. We work with our students to develop their strengths and abilities to enter the workplace with the professional skills to be successful in whatever direction their careers take them.
- Computing for Engineering
- Engineering science
- Material science
- Engineering Math 1
- Engineering Professional Practice
- CAD engineering
- Electrical and electronic principles
- Engineering Math 2
- CAD and computers (Part 1 of 2)
- Civil Engineering Surveying (Part 1 of 2)
- Structural mechanics
- Civil project management 1
- Materials technology 2
- Engineering Math 3
- Soil mechanics
- Structural detailing
- Fluid mechanics
- Engineering Math 4
- CAD and computers (Part 2 of 2)
- Civil Engineering Surveying (Part 2 of 2)
- Geotechnical Engineering 1
- Structural Analysis and Design (Part 1 of 2)
- Topography and geodetic engineering
- Road and traffic engineering
- Environmental Engineering 1 (Part 1 of 2)
- Engineering Math 5
- Civil project management 2
- Job placement (civil)
- Hydrology (draft)
- Statistic and probability
- Structural Design and Analysis (Part 2 of 2)
- Environmental Engineering 1 (Part 2 of 2)
- Geotechnical Engineering 2
- Individual Research Project (Part 1 of 2)
- Renewable Energy for Civil Engineers (Part 1 of 2)
- Structural design
- Integrated Design Project
- Quality and safety management
- Structural analysis
- The engineer in society
- Environmental engineering 2
- Individual Research Project (Part 2 of 2
- Renewable Energy for Civil Engineers (Part 2 of 2)
There are internships in the third year of the program. Having completed the exams in May, students are placed in engineering firms, in most cases, for three months. It is a core element of the program where students build on their professional skills and begin to build professional networks.
Graduates can work in the structural, water, public health, renewable, transportation, and geotechnical branches of the civil engineering industry.
In addition to developing knowledge in structural, geotechnical and environmental engineering, the program will develop management skills and employability for employment in the private industry or public service sector.
This course places an emphasis on broader civil engineering design and development, allowing students to focus on their specific interests during the senior year.
Graduates of the Bachelor’s degree with honors in civil engineering can progress to level 9 (master) or level 10 (doctorate) research studies here at DkIT or other third-level institutions. Within DkIT, students can gain access to the Master of Renewable Energy or to the suite of Structured Master programs offered by the School of Engineering.
- Applicants will require a baccalaureate degree officially translated into English
- IELTS 5.5 or higher (or its internationally recognized equivalent)
Who should apply
- Students who hope to make an impact on the society we live in by developing and improving the infrastructure of our lives should consider this program.
- Inquisitive people who enjoy solving problems using their individual skills to achieve team goals and
- Those interested in science, mathematics and the world around us.
- Individuals who want an internationally recognized qualification in a profession that allows them to travel and work as engineering professionals in a variety of countries around the world.
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