Infrastructure is the backbone of every country’s economy and becomes the very foundation for prosperity. With the advent of emerging technologies and automation, the conventional methods of infrastructural development is set to undergo a radical transformation.
At MU, our curriculum is designed with a futuristic perspective so that our students are equipped in advance to tackle any challenge that might arise from the new age technological-revolution. Civil Engineering offers sixteen departmental courses (50 credits) covering basic and advanced levels in mechanics/dynamics of soils, structures and fluids together with surveying, transportation, environmental engineering, construction technology and construction project management.
Five elective courses (15 credits), professional or open ones, allow for specialization in water resources, foundation, structure, transportation and environmental. Acquired knowledge and skills have to be applied in four departmental projects (15 credits).
Train civil engineers of excellence instilling scientific thinking and responsive leadership for ensuring innovative and sustainable development.
• Impart a comprehensive and inclusive knowledgebase for arriving at innovative solutions for practical problems while ensuring environmental protection, safety, and economy.
• Advance interdisciplinary and sustainable research and development for the ever-increasing and challenging needs of the built infrastructure of the future.
• Inculcate in students an entrepreneurial thought through industrial interaction while enabling them to turn out to be ethical leaders in the profession of civil engineering.