Department of Civil Engineering
The Civil Engineering Department offers course work in the major fields of civil engineering and graduates about 60 students a year with the Bachelor degree. Students interested in studying civil engineering will first be admitted into the General Engineering Program. Upon completion of the General Engineering year requirements, students can then change their major to Civil Engineering for the next three years. When students are entering the civil engineering program, a faculty advisor will be assigned to each student for their improvements.
The Department of Civil Engineering�s degree programs in civil engineering and geological engineering prepare students for the world�s increasing needs in environmental, water resources, transportation, and infrastructure engineering. Our faculty members are internationally recognized for research in steel and concrete structures, engineering geology, water quality, and more.
Mission of the Department
To provide the most high quality undergraduate and graduate education in the area of Civil Engineering in our country so as to turn students possessing high potential into graduates with maximum added value.
Without neglecting the international standard and dimension, to conduct high level research projects giving priority to the needs of industry, providing mobility to intellectual capital and to merge them with graduate educational activities.
To share and disseminate accumulated expert knowledge for use in the solution of problems faced by institutions in the relevant sector and by society
To ensure the continuous provision of quality both in necessary physical conditions and in human resources in order to fulfill educational, research and public service duties.