Presidency University
  • Presidency University
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Curriculum for CE

Curriculum :

The course curriculum followed by the Department of Civil Engineering, Presidency University has been

  • (a)  Designed by the professors of The Department of Civil Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET),
  • (b)  Formulated by following the requirements of the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET), USA, and
  • (c)  Approved by the University Grants Commission (UGC), Bangladesh.

 

Major program areas :

  • (a)  Structural Engineering analysis and design of all engineering structures (concrete/steel/ wood/composite)
    such as building (residential and commercial), bridge, reinforced dam etc.
  • (b)  Geotechnical Engineering soil analysis, analysis and design of foundation, land reclamation and development, earth work.
  • (c)  Transportation Engineering analysis/design of traffic, road, highway, railway, bridge, flyover.
  • (d)  Water Resources Engineering analysis and design of water systems such as flood control, drainage, irrigation using surface water and groundwater, hydrology, water planning, coastal engineering.
  • (e)  Environmental Engineering water supply and treatment, sanitation, waste treatment and remediation, solid waste management, environmental impact assessment, pollution control. 

 

Our Strengths :

  • (a)  Reputed core and visiting faculty members.
  • (b)  State-of-the-art computing & lab Facilities
  • (c)  Emphasis on theory and application using modern tools (CAD, GIS and professional software)
  • (d)  Excellent student-teacher interaction and faculty evaluation by students
  • (e)  Industry linkage through internship and field visits

 

Target Job Market :

Both public and private sectors offer a wide range of choices.

  • (a)  Major public sector: Public Works Department (PWD), Roads and Highways Department (RHD), Water Board (WB), Department of Public Health Engineering (DPHE), Local Government Engineering Department (LGED), local government agencies (LGIs), and various ministries.
  • (b)  Private sector: numerous real estate and construction companies, major consulting firms, local and foreign NGOs.