This is a course that is set up to be used as a template for the migration of the Virtual Classroom Courses. It must also be used for all Supplemental Online Courses
This is a course that is set up to be used as a template for the migration of the Virtual Classroom Courses. It must also be used for all Supplemental Online Courses
This is a course that is set up to be used as a template for the migration of the Virtual Classroom Courses. It must also be used for all Supplemental Online Courses

CEX4233 Irrigation Engineering is an optional course at Level 4 in the programmeleading to the Diploma in Technologyin Civil Engineering. The credit rating of the course is 6 and it provides a sound theoretical knowledge about irrigation principals and methods, which is essential for becoming a competent irrigation engineer.

This is level 4 course conduct by the Department of Civil Engineering.The credit rate of this course is 6.Pre- requisites for this course are CEX3230 (P), CEX3231(P),CEX3233(P)
This is level 5 undergraduate course offered by the Department of Civil Engineering.The credit rate of this course is 6. CEX1330(P), CEX3230(P), CEX4230(EL), (LSL0203(P) or VRL0200 or VRL1200) are the prerequisites of this course.
This course requires an enrolment key
This is a level 5 course conduct by the Department of Civil Engineering.The credit rate of this subject is 1/3 and CEX3231 (P),MPZ3230 (P), MPZ4230 (EL), CEX4231 (EL) are the Pr-requisites of this subject.

This course on Construction Management is a continuation of the courses Construction Engineering & Planning (CEX 4232) and Construction Engineering & Management (CEX 6331), which you have already followed. These three courses will help you to gain knowledge on how to manage construction projects from the design stage to the end of the construction period. This is a six credit Optional Course. However you are advised to follow this course since it will enhance your knowledge on Construction Management, essential for becoming a good Civil Engineer.  

This is a course aiming to impart the knowledge to students to manage the actvities on a construction site.This course is offered at the final stages of the undergraduate programme, since it requires the knowledge gained from the other subjects.
This is a Level 6 Compulsory course of 9 Credits for Civil Engineering undergraduate students. The course involves structural design in five commonly used Civil Engineering materials.