Civil Engineering is a profession that applies the basic principles of science in conjunctionwith mathematical and computational tools to solve problems associated with developing and sustaining civilized life on the planet. Civil Engineering works are generally one-of-a-kind projects; they are often grand in scale. They usually require cooperation among professionals of many different disciplines.
COURSE AND CURRICULUM HIGHLIGHTS • Calculus 1 – Differential Calculus • Chemistry for Engineers • Civil Engineering Orientation • Engineering Drawing and Plans • Calculus 2 – Integral Calculus • Physics for Engineers • Engineering Data Analysis • Geology for C.E. • Differential Equations • Statics of Rigid Bodies • Engineering Economics • Fundamentals of Surveying • Engineering Management • Dynamics of Rigid Bodies • Environmental Engineering • Mechanics of Deformable Bodies • Highway and Railroad Engineering • Building Systems Design • Computer Aided Drafting • Construction Materials and Testing • Engineering Utilities 1 and 2 • Geotechnical Engineering 1 • Numerical Solutions to C.E. Problems • Structural Theory • Principles of Steel Design • Principles of Reinforced Concrete Design • Hydraulics • Hydrology • Principles of Transportation Engineering • CE Laws, Ethics and Contracts • Technopreneurship 101 • C.E. Project 1 • Quantity Surveying • Construction Method and Project Management • C.E. Project 2 & Enhancement Program
PROFESSIONAL COURSES SPECIALIZATION
• Project Construction and Management • Advanced Construction Methods & Equipment • Construction Cost Engineering • Database in Management Construction • Construction Occupational SafetyAnd Health (COSH)
Five (5) years after graduation, graduates of the Civil Engineering Program shall: 1. Have the technical skills and professional qualifications to become competent Civil Engineers in the field of design consultation, construction, and management engineering who can support the industry, academe, or government in the local, national, and global setting; 2. Committed to life-long learning and professional development; and 3. Engage in innovative research, utilizing output for societal action.
CMCian Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering may pursue a career path in the fields of consultation, design, preparation of plans, specifications, estimates, erection, installation & supervision of the construction of streets, bridges, highways, railroads, airports & hangars, port works, canals, river & shore improvements, lighthouses & dry docks, buildings, fixed structures for irrigation, flood protection, drainage, water supply & sewerage works, demolition of permanent structures, tunnels and the academe.
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