1-1 Definition and Purpose of the Program
The Discontinuous Bachelor of Civil Engineering aims at training skillful individuals who can supervise and implement the construction projects in related areas with sufficient technical and executive knowledge and meet the development needs of the community in these areas.
1-2 Importance and Necessity of the Program
The importance of this Program is clarified according to:
– The government construction and investment policies in order to create and build residential buildings, large roads, railways, main and minor roads, water supply networks.
– The priority of obviation in housing, roads and supplying drinking water of villages and small towns.
Obtaining core, specialized, and elective courses is as follows:
43 units of core as mandatory courses;
15 units of elective courses which at least 8 units of them are according to one of 5 to 7 tables;
And students must obtain at least 6 units among the compensatory courses (according to Table 3); also, grades of these courses are not considered in the total grade point average (GPA).
1-3 Alumni's Mission and Ability
Alumni will achieve the following skills and knowledge:
– Workshop engineer, in order to implement construction projects and water equipments in all construction workshops and road construction workshop as a co-worker in contracting companies;
– Supervisor engineer of the workshop, in order to supervise the implementation of construction projects in the aforementioned fields.
1-4 Program Curriculum
Program curriculum is designed for 2 years. Also every semester is 16 educational weeks.
Every semester is included of 16 hours of theoretical courses, 32 hours of practical courses, and 48 hours of workshop. (There is one semester for every 8-12 of compensatory courses.)
1-5 Number and Type of Courses
The total number of courses included in the curriculum of this program adds up to 72 units as follows:
General Courses, 9 units;
Basic Courses, 5 units;
Mandatory Core and Specialized Courses, 43 units;
Unrelated Compensatory Courses, 12 units;
Elective Courses, 15 units