Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)

On successful completion of this programme, students will be able to:

  1. Apply fundamental knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to solve civil engineering problems.
  2.  Design and conduct experiments and interpret the results to develop solutions to address structural issues, water supply and water treatment problems and carry out geotechnical assessments in the Pacific region.
  3. Design infrastructures resilient to impacts of natural hazards and climate change and analyse complex civil engineering components and systems that meet the required specifications using appropriate software.
  4. Use modern engineering tools, software, and techniques to design, analyse, and evaluate solutions to issues relevant to the Pacific Region in the areas of coastal erosion, environment protection, water treatment and sanitisation, individually or in a team.
  5. Analyse and interpret data to make sound engineering decisions for effective project management and delivery in key areas of transportation, structural engineering, water resources and/or geotechnical engineering.
  6. Communicate technical projects (proposals/deliverables/outcomes) effectively across the different civil engineering streams with diverse audiences, in the region and internationally, using written, oral, and graphical methods.
  7. Apply ethical principles and professional responsibility in engineering practice in the region.
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