Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering is the oldest form of engineering science and has been popular and crucial in every era. The Civil Engineering profession plays a huge role in the development of various infrastructures and also on the progress of the country. Moreover, all civil engineers must have a license in order to operate since it involves and is responsible for public safety. This leads to a continuously demand of large numbers of the profession in order to meet the constant development of the country’s infrastructure and the country’s prosperity.  

MUT’s civil engineering course is committed to developing engineering graduates to be ready through highly experienced and recognized professors together with modern and fully equipped laboratory. With this our graduates leave us with both academic and professional knowledge that is demanded by the industry. MUT’s civil engineering alumni is one of the largest in the country and serves to help its younger generations to prosper in both the government and private sectors.


Interesting Subjects

  • Reinforced Concrete Design
  • Timber and Steel Design
  • Prestressed Concrete Design
  • Construction Management 
  • Contract, Specification and Cost Estimation
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Highway Engineering
  • Foundation Engineering
  • Engineering Hydrology
  • Hydraulic Engineering

Career Opportunities

  • Engineering Consultant
  • Cost Estimation Engineering
  • Design Engineer
  • Construction Engineer
  • Water Resources Engineer 
  • Transportation Engineer
  • Geotechnical Engineer
  • Structural Engineer
Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
Civil Engineering
120 Credits
4 Years

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International Students

1st Semester
English in the Digital World
Physical Mathematics
General Statics
Innovation and Creativity
Preliminary Project Design
2nd Semester
English for STEM Education
Calculus for Mechanics and Electromagnetism
Engineering Mechanics
Fundamental Engineering Drafting
Basic Tool Skills Practice
Engineering Materials
1st Semester
Essential Engineering Mathematics
Statistics for Problem Solving
Solid Mechanics
Engineering Survey
Free Elective
2nd Semester
Engineering Innovation
Critical Project Design
Concrete Technology
Structural Analysis I
Construction Management
Soil Mechanics
Computer Method in civil Engineering
3rd Semester
Surveying Field Practice
1st Semester
English for Engineering and Technology
Civil Engineering Materials and Testing
Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering
Structural Analysis II
Transportation Engineering
Free Elective
2nd Semester
Engineering Hydrology
Hydraulic Engineering
Foundation Engineering
Reinforce Concrete Design
Contract, Specification and Cost Estimation
3rd Semester
Industrial Internship
1st Semester
Psychology for Living and Work
Timber and Steel Design
Highway Engineering
Civil Engineering Project I
Civil Engineering Electives
2nd Semester
Social Skills Development for Careers
Business English for the Workplace
Civil Engineering Project II
Civil Engineering Electives
Civil Engineering Electives
Applied Solid Mechanics
Prestressed Concrete Design and Construction
Bridge Design
Matrix Analysis and Finite Elements for Structural Analysis
Building Design
Pavement Design
Structural Dynamics
Route Survey
Construction Technology
Construction Planning and Scheduling
Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design
Engineering Economy
Safety and Quality in Construction
Building Inspection and Maintenance
Applied Hydrology
Water Resources Engineering
Water Supply Engineering and Design
Solid Waste Management
Environmental Systems and Management
Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

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