Program Overview

Civil Engineering offers twelve departmental courses (43 credits) covering basic and advanced knowledge in mechanics/dynamics of soils, structures and fluids together with surveying, transportation, environmental engineering and construction technology.

Four elective courses (12 credits), professional or open ones, allows for specialization in water resource, foundation, dam, earthquake or hydraulics Engineering.

Acquired knowledge and skill are applied in the course of four departmental projects (15 credits).

Core Courses

  • Mechanics & Thermodynamics
  • French language & Culture
  • Calculus & Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Introduction to Computer Sciences
  • Cinema & Philosophy
  • Linear Algebra & Applied Analysis
  • Signals & Systems
  • Solid Mechanics & Fluid Mechanics
  • Computational Methods & Discrete Mathematics
  • Data Structures and Algorithms
  • Introduction to Modern Physics
  • Solid Mechanics & Fluid Mechanics
  • Multiphysics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Soil and Rock Mechanics
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Corporate Management and Finance
  • Construction Technology
  • Building Materials
  • Reinforced and Pre-stressed Concrete Design
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Construction Project Management

This collaboration between a corporate giant and a prestigious foreign university

is very unique and that is what makes MEC an exciting prospect for new engineers aspiring to scale previously unreachable heights.

Rahul Vemuru
First Year, Engineering

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