BSc Civil Engineering Technology

BS Civil Engineering at Superior University provides in-depth knowledge regarding the core sub-disciplines including structures, and construction management. The excellent faculty helps students develop specific design and professional skills enabling them to nurture their analytical, technical, and decision-making abilities. Extensive laboratory practice coupled with classroom lectures cover the study of materials, geotechnical engineering, concrete, hydraulics, environmental engineering, and surveying.

FSc Pre-Engineering or Equivalent with 60% Marks + Entry Test or DAE with relevant discipline as per PEC policy/ i.e 60% marks + Entry Test

Semester 1

CoursesCredit Hours
Islamic Studies/ Professional Ethics
2
Applied Mathematics - I
3
Surveying4
Occupational Health & Safety Management
2
Civil Engineering Drawing
3
Introduction to Computer Fundamentals
3
Total17

Semester 2

CoursesCredit Hours
Concrete Technology
4
Communication Skills
3
Applied Mechanics
4
Materials and Methods of Construction
4
Applied Mathematics - II
3
Total18

Semester 3

CoursesCredit Hours
Introduction to Architecture and Town Planning2
Pakistan Studies
2
Quantity Surveying and Contract Documents
3
Soil Mechanics
3
Fluid Mechanics
3
Mechanics of Solids
4
Total17

Semester 4

CoursesCredit Hours
Transportation Engineering
4
Water Supply & Waste Water Management
4
Environmental Management
3
Theory of Structures
3
Technical Report Writing
3
Total17

Semester 5

CoursesCredit Hours
Reinforced Concrete Structures
3
Construction and Hydraulic Machinery
3
Computer Aided Building Modeling and
Design
3
Foundations Engineering
3
Project Management
3
Final Year Project - I
3
Hydrology3
Total21

Semester 6

CoursesCredit Hours
Geology & Earthquake Engineering
3
Irrigation and Hydraulic Structures
3
Steel Structures
3
Final Year Project - II
3
Pre-Stressed & Pre-Cast Concrete3
Total15

Semester 7

CoursesCredit Hours
Industrial Training - I16
Total16

Semester 8

CoursesCredit Hours
Industrial Training - II16
Total16

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