Bachelors in Civil Engineering
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PKR 50,000/- per Semester
The profession of civil engineering is concerned with designing and building. Mega construction projects, such as dams, ports, bridges, motorways, roads and multi storey buildings are needs of our infrastructure. As we have moved into the twenty first century, civil engineers are being required also to address environmental issues such as pollution control, rising sea levels and energy. The demands and future development in this discipline requires broad and sound technical education, the degree programs at UCEST have been designed to provide a fundamental understanding of CIVIL engineering principles and enable the students to face current and future challenges in the discipline. UCEST is committed to the students to provide all such facilities in the LAB and highly qualified faculty to deliver them comprehensive knowledge in civil engineering.
Degree requirements for this program are:
- The applicants must have 45% marks in DAE / F.Sc. / Equivalent to apply. Courses taught at UCEST are designed according to HEC's approved curriculum. Result awaiting students may also apply.
Roles are available in both engineering organisations and other industries. Civil engineering graduates are also valued in commercial and corporate sectors such as finance, banking and accountancy.
Your degree would be of great value in operational management, supply chain management, procurement, intellectual property, logistics and after-sales management. Employers place great importance on experience. If your course does not include an industrial placement, seeking work experience in the holidays would be useful. Any kind of role in a construction or civil engineering setting would allow you to build your understanding of issues related to the planning and execution of projects. Casual hands-on construction work and administrative jobs may be available, but many employers offer structured work experience opportunities.Civil and structural engineering covers several specialised sectors including buildings of all kinds, transport and communications infrastructure. This includes bridges, roads, tunnels, canals and other large structures. They can also be involved in the production, storage and distribution of electricity, gas and water.Civil engineers are employed by a wide range of contractors and consultancies and also work in-house for a variety of large organisations. There are many opportunities in the public sector, with local authorities, government departments and environmental organisations, where engineers are often involved in setting project specifications and drafting tender documents.