BEng Civil & Environmental Engineering

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BEng Civil & Environmental Engineering

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The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers a five year degree in civil and environmental engineering that is designed to provide students with detailed courses in structures, construction materials, geotechnics, water, environmental engineering and transportation. To graduate a candidate shall obtain a minimum of 660 credits and comply with other prescribed curriculum requirements which may exceed the 660 credits. This programme is quality assured by Botswana Qualification Authority and by a Departmental Advisory Board made from civil engineering professionals in the industry. The purpose of the programme is to produce high quality engineers for the civil and environmental engineering industry through excellent education, research and partnership with the industry. Upon completion of the programme, a graduate should have the necessary knowledge, understanding, abilities and skills required for further learning towards becoming a registered professional engineer with national and international professional bodies. Civil engineering is arguably the oldest engineering discipline and continues to provide the largest employment world-wide due to the high demand of the much-needed construction industry. Civil engineers literally build nations through construction and maintenance of large and most essential infrastructures such as roads, bridges, railway lines, buildings, dams, water and waste water treatment and supply systems. Primary disciplines in civil engineering are structures, construction materials, geotechnics, transport, water and environmental engineering. This programme will give you the theory and practical part of these disciplines that are well backed by the basic fundamentals of science and engineering such mathematics, chemistry, physics and mechanics of materials. You will also be provided with soft skills that allow you to perform in the industry such as professional ethics, construction management and entrepreneurship skills.There is no fixed or standard career path for a Civil Engineer. In Botswana you can join the vast construction industry, consulting industry, Government Departments, parastatals and the mining industry. You can also opt to further pursue your learning by joining the postgraduate programme at BIUST which will give you the opportunity to enter the academic world and open your career path even wider.

UG1001ALSS 101Technical Writing & Academic Literacy Skills ICoreFoundation to basic English language concepts and writing.
UG1001CETG 111Engineering GraphicsCoreIntroduction to engineering graphics.
UG1001CHEM 101General Chemistry ICoreIntroduction to chemistry.
UG1001COMP 101Introduction to ComputingCoreIntroduction to Computing.
UG1001MATH 101Pre-CalculusCoreMathematical foundation course.
UG1001PHYS 101Introductory Physics ICoreIntroduction to Physics.
UG1002CETG 121Workshop PractiseCoreWorkshop practise.
UG1002CETG 122Introduction to EngineeringCoreIntroduction to engineering
UG1002CHEM 102General Chemistry IICoreChemistry foundation course.
UG1002MATH 102Introductory CalculusCoreIntroduction to Calculus.
UG1002PHYS 102Introductory Physics IICorePhysics foundation course.
UG1002STAT 102General Statistics ICoreIntroduction to statistics.
UG2001ALSS 201Technical Report WritingCoreBasic skills of writing in standard report formats.
UG2001COMP 211Procedural ProgrammingCoreBasics of procedural programming.
UG2001EEEN 211Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering ICoreBasic electrical laws and DC circuits.
UG2001EMTH 201Engineering Mathematics ICoreIntroduction to engineering mathematics.
UG2001MECE 211Engineering Mechanics I (Statics)CoreGeneral principles of statics.
UG2001MMEE 210Materials ScienceCoreIntroduction to material science.
UG2002ALSS 202Professional CommunicationCoreBasic components of effective, professional communication.
UG2002CHEE 220Unit Operations ICoreIntroduction to unit operations.
UG2002CIVE 221Fluid Mechanics for Civil EngineersCoreIntroduction to civil engineering fluid mechanics.
UG2002EMTH 202Engineering Mathematics IICoreAdvanced engineering mathematics.
UG2002GEME 202Introduction to EntrepreneurshipCoreIntroduction to the principles of entrepreneurship.
UG2002MECE 221Strength of MaterialsCoreOverview of mechanical and aerospace disciplines.
UG3001CIVE 311Construction MaterialsCoreStructure and behaviour of construction materials.
UG3001CIVE 312Structural Analysis ICoreStress and strain analysis.
UG3001CIVE 314Hydraulics ICorePrinciples of hydraulics.
UG3001CIVE 315Geotechniques ICorePrinciples of geotechniques.
UG3001EMTH 301Engineering Mathematics IIICoreEngineering mathematics for advanced students.
UG3001GEOL 201Earth & Its MaterialsCoreStructure of the Earth.
UG3002CIVE 322Hydraulics IICoreFlow in pipes.
UG3002CIVE 323Traffic EngineeringCoreTraffic and engineering concepts.
UG3002CIVE 324Structural Analysis IICoreBasic concepts of structural design.
UG3002CIVE 325Geotechniques IICoreAdvanced geotechniques.
UG3002EMTH 311Probability & Statistics for EngineersCoreIntroduction to probability and statistics.
UG3002ENVS 304Environmental Impact AssessmentCoreFundamentals of enviromental impact assessments.
UG300WV L300CIVE 326Land Surveying PracticalCorePractical aspects of land surveying (undertaken in the winter vacation).
UG4001ALSS 301Technical Communication & Basic Research MethodsCoreFundamentals of qualitative and quantitative research.
UG4001CIVE 412Structural Engineering ICoreIntroduction to structural engineering.
UG4001CIVE 414Water & Waste Water TreatmentCorePhysical characteristics of water.
UG4001CIVE 415Structural Engineering IICoreAdvanced structural engineering.
UG4001CIVE 416Highway Engineering & Pavement DesignCoreIntroduction to highway planning process.
UG4001GEOL 307Hydrogeology & Water ResourcesCoreGlobal cycling of water.
UG4002CETG 420Industrial AttachmentCoreInternship in industry / government enterprises, during the winter semester and the entire semester 2.
UG5001CETG 510Project ICore (project)A final year (design) project in engineering.
UG5001CIVE 514Design of Water & Waste Water Structures & Distribution SystemsCoreDesign and distribution structures of water and waste water.
UG5001CIVE 517Professional Practices & EthicsCoreOverview of ethics and practises in engineering.
UG5001GEME 411Economics, Business & EntrepreneurshipCoreThe economics of business.
UG5002CETG 520Project IICore (project)A final year (research) project in engineering.
UG5002CIVE 522Waste Management & Air Pollution ControlCorePrinciples of waste management and air pollution.
UG5002CIVE 523Construction ManagementCoreIntroduction to construction management.

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  • Lectures 1
  • Quizzes 0
  • Duration 5 Years
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 6
  • Assessments Self
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