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Civil Engineering

Program code

Intakes

Duration

Mode of study

9580201

June

December

3-4 years

Full-time

Introduction

The program’s learning outcomes seek to train lecturers, researchers, and senior researchers in the field of civil engineering for higher education institutions, domestic and international research institutes, agencies, or enterprises.

Admissions candidates

Group 1: Candidates with a Master's degree in the relevant field of the registered specialization.

Group 2: Candidates with Master’s degree in the fields closely related to the registered specialization (must take up complementary courses).

Group 3: Candidates with distinction or high distinction undergraduate degrees in the relevant field of the registered specialization (must take up complementary courses).

 

 

Complementary courses: 14 credits

Complementary courses: 33 credits

Curriculum

Course Code

Course title

Total Credits

Core courses

6

CE801010

Advanced Structural Dynamics

3

CE801020

High-rise building structures

3

Optional specialized courses (choose 3 courses)

6

CE801030

Foundation Treatment Technology

2

CE801040

Advanced Concrete Technology

2

CE801050

Non-Destructive Testing Techniques

2

CE801060

Modern Construction Materials

2

CE801070

Technologies for repairing and maintaining RC structures

2

CE801080

Implementation of FEM software in mechanics simulations

2

CE801090

Computational nonlinear mechanics

2

CE801100

Discontinuum Mechanics

2

CE801110

Advanced Computational Mechanics

2

CE801120

(Pre-Stressed Reinforced Concrete Structures

2

CE801130

Reliability analysis in computational mechanics

2

Literature review

4

CE801900

Research proposal

4

Doctoral research topics

6

CE801140

Research topic 1

3

CE801150

Research topic 2

3

Doctoral Dissertation

70

CE801000

Doctoral Dissertation

70

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