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Overview

Programme

Bachelor of Engineering Civil (Hons)

Professional Recognition

Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC)[2014-2016](BEM/024/0100/M004/809))

Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA)[2012-2017](R/526/6/0024/09/17) (A 8483)

Intake

Open through the years (JAN / MAC / MAY / AUG / OCT)

Duration

4-Year / 8 Semester

Tuition Fee

Local - RM 47,300

International - RM 62,830

 

Civil engineering is considered as one of the oldest engineering disciplines and has been the backbone of humans civilizations. Most of the world's infrastructures owe their existence to the wonderful science of this branch of engineering. Civil engineers design and construct public structures like buildings, roads, railways, tunnels, ports and airports. Most people cannot imagine life without the many contributions of civil engineers to the public's health, safety and standard of living.

Civil engineers help to preserve our environment by assisting in the cleaning up of existing pollution and planning ways to reduce future pollution of our air, land and water. Civil engineers can specialize in a variety of sub-fields including construction, structural, transportation, water resources, environmental and geotechnical engineering. Civil engineering majors should have a strong background in mathematics and science.

The Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Civil at the Engineering Department, FELS Unisel is a 4-year degree programme that aims to provide advanced education in engineering that is relevant to the construction industry; providing the required knowledge and skills pertaining to buildings, water resources, infrastructure, highway and transportation, structures, environment etc. Apart from the basic knowledge and skills in civil engineering, students will also undergo industrial training in the third year of their studies, to enhance their attitudes towards engineering practices. The core syllabus that requires specialization will be offered to the students during their final year. Regular visits are made to the industries and project sites to expose the students on their specialized areas. Besides that, students are also required to complete their final year project or thesis which requires them to acquire skills in technical writing and presentation, research methodology, experimental based research, data collection and analysis.

The student's knowledge, skill and attitude are further enhanced through participations in the various competitions and activities at university and national levels. These activities and competitions provide the best platform to test the students' capabilities and performances. The Civil Engineering Club (CEC) is a student body representing all Civil Engineering students in the Faculty. CEC is actively involved in organizing visits, talks, seminars and charity works involving all the members. It has contributed greatly in facilitating student members to join the Institute of Engineers Malaysia (IEM) and the Green Card registration from the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB). Cultural activities and religious celebrations are also regular functions of CEC.

1. Pass Foundation in Science from UNISEL with at least CGPA 2.00;

or

2. Pass Foundation/Matriculation Certificate in Physical Science from IPTA/Ministry of Education with at least CGPA 2.00;

or

3. Pass Foundation/Matriculation Certificate in Physical Science from IPTS with at least CGPA 2.00;

or

4. Pass Diploma in Engineering/ Science/ Technology from UNISEL/IPTA/IPTS/ Polytechnic with at least a CGPA of 2.00;

or

5. Pass STPM with credits in two following subjects; Mathematics and one of the Sciences subjects;

or

6. Pass other qualification that organized by Malaysian Government;

or

7. Australian Senior Secondary Qualification;

- Pass South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) with a minimum mark of 50 in 5 subjects;

or

- Pass Western Australian certificate of Education (WACE) with a minimum grade C;

or

- Pass New South Wales Higher School Certificate(NSWHSC) with a minimum of 60 marks (BAND 3);

or

- Pass other qualifications recognized by the Australian State.

 

8. Canadian International Programme (CIMP)/International Canadian Pre-University Programme (ICPU);

- Pass Ontario Secondary School Diploma(OSSD) with a minimum mark of 60% in 6 subjects;

or

- Pass other qualifications recognised by resident country/state with Grade 12.

AND,

Candidates MUST Pass with minimum (Band 2) for Malaysia University English Test (MUET) certificate to qualify the entry to enrol into this programme.

The profession offers an extensive range of engineering tasks including designing, supervision and construction activities of public works like buildings, roads, bridges, tunnels, ports, airports, dams, water works, sewerage systems, etc. On most projects, civil engineers work in teams or in coordination with other engineering disciplines and professionals. Graduates can find work as a site engineer, supervisor of a construction site, assume a managerial position in a design office or do research as well as teaching in government organisations or private concerns. Some civil engineers, particularly those working for government agencies, may practice across multiple specializations, particularly when involved in critical infrastructure development or maintenance.

  • Structural
  • Water Resources
  • Environment
  • Construction
  • Geotechnical

Outcomes

 
The Engineering Department is committed to produce:
PEO1 Graduates who are competent in Civil engineering profession or in other fields they choose to pursue.
PEO2 Graduates who will are leaders with ethical values in their chosen profession as well as being socially responsible.
PEO3 Graduates who are involved in lifelong learning activities for successful career advancement.
 
Domains PLO No.
Keywords
PLO Statements
At the end of the programme, students should be able:
Knowledge
1
Engineering Knowledge Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and other related fields to solve complex engineering problems.
2 Problem Analysis Identify, formulate research literature and analyse complex engineering problems to reach substantiated conclusions using mathematics, natural to engineering sciences.
3 Design/Development of Solutions Design solutions for complex engineering problems that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, societal and
environmental considerations.
4 Investigation Conduct investigation into complex problems using research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.
5 The Engineer & society Apply, reasonable and practical knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to
professional engineering practice.
6 Environment & Sustainability Explain the, impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental, contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and the need for sustainable development.
7 Project Management & Finance Demonstrate knowledge of engineering, management and financial principal in multi-disciplinary environments.
Skill
8 Individual and Teamwork Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.
9 Communication Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
10 Modern Tool Usage Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
Attitude
11 Ethics Commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practices.
12 Life Long Learning To recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change
 

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