Bachelor of Science (Civil with Environmental Engineering)

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Entry Requirements

Description

  • Passes in at least five (5) subjects at the CSEC/GCE 'O' Levels. The subjects must include English Language, Mathematics, and Physics or Chemistry.
  • Students who have successfully completed the Associate of Science Degree in Civil Engineering may be eligible for advanced matriculation (i.e. commencing Year 3) once they have a GPA of more than two (2.0) and not more than two F grades in a semester or more than three (3) F grades in the programme.
  • Any qualification considers by the University to be equivalent to any of the above.
  • Passes in at least six (6) subjects at the CSEC/GCE 'O' Level. The subjects must include English Language and Physics or Chemistry.
  • The Guyana Technical Education Examination Technical Certificate [G.T.E.E.], Parts I and II in Electrical Engineering or Telecommunications
  • The G.T.E.E. Diploma in Science (Physics or Chemistry).
  • The G.T.E.E. Technician Diploma in Electrical Engineering.
  • The G.T.E.E. Technician Diploma in Electrical, Mechanical Engineering, and Surveying.
  • A Technical Diploma from a recognized Regional Institutions or Colleges.
  • Applicants with five (5) subjects, but without passes in English or Mathematics or Physics, are required to write a Qualifying Examination. Applicants without Physics can take the Pre-University Physics course offered by the Faculty.

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Last updated Jul 2018

About the School

The University of Guyana was established in April 1963 and began its operations in October of the same year with a batch of 164 students in temporary premises loaned from Queen's College in Georgetown ... Read More

The University of Guyana was established in April 1963 and began its operations in October of the same year with a batch of 164 students in temporary premises loaned from Queen's College in Georgetown. Programmes were at first confined to the Arts, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences. However, in 1967, a Faculty of Education was established and this was followed by the establishment of the Faculties of Technology in 1969, Agriculture in 1977, and in 1981, the Faculty of Health Sciences, prior to the establishment of which programmes in Health Sciences were offered within the Faculty of Natural Sciences. Read less