BSc in Civil Engineering

General

Program Description

The Civil Engineering program is the oldest of the engineering disciplines, bridging across many technical specialties that are not independent, but rather interact with each other.

Graduates of civil engineering will be able to plan, design, construct and maintain the physical and naturally built environment including buildings; roads; bridges; airports; railways; ports; water distribution and wastewater collection systems; waste disposal facilities; tunnels; stadiums; offshore structures; dams; and other infrastructure projects. Students enrolled in this program will develop their skills, advance into the area of engineering management, and oversee the completion of the whole project.

Additional opportunities to enhance professional development include industrial training; field visits; presentations by practicing engineers; involvement in research projects and competitions; participation in the ASCE Student Chapter; and participation in students’ exchange through the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Expertise (IAESTE) Program.

This program works towards Qatar reaching the goals of the 2030 vision. The program is open for males.

Admission

Admission requirements vary based on the application type (new, transfer, visiting or non-degree applicants). Please contact us for further information about admission requirements.

Last updated Apr 2020

About the School

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