Civil engineering is the most
diverse field of all the engineering branches. Technically speaking,
civil engineering is the creator of the whole world’s infrastructure.
Structures such as tunnels, dams, sewers, bridges, highways, canals,
industrial plants, residential buildings, railway lines, airports etc
come under the category of civil engineering. Moreover, as the
population of the world increases and the technology becomes more
advanced, the need for better infrastructure will increase around the
world. Civil engineering continues to cater to these needs in all the
sectors and aspects of human life.
Civil engineers design things.
These might be roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, or
water supply and sewage systems. They must consider many factors in
their designs, from the costs to making sure the structure will stay
intact during bad weather. This is one of the oldest types of
Many civil engineers manage
people and projects. A civil engineer may oversee a construction site
or be a city engineer. Others may work in design, construction,
research, and teaching. There are many specialties within civil
engineering, such as structural, construction, environment, and
Civil engineers usually work in
areas where there is lots of manufacturing and businesses. Often they
work at construction sites. Sometimes they work in places that are far
away from cities. Most engineers work at least 40 hours per week. Some
are required to travel.
A college degree in engineering
is needed for almost all beginning engineering jobs. College graduates
with a degree in a science or mathematics may get some jobs. A civil
engineer must get a license from the State to offer services directly
to the public. Beginning engineers often work under an experienced
engineer to learn as much as possible.
Engineers should be creative,
curious, analytical, and detail-oriented. They should be able to work
as part of a team. People skills are important. This is because
engineers often work with people in a wide range of fields.
Civil engineers had average yearly wages of $78,560 in May 2008.
According to a 2009 survey, people with a bachelor's degree in civil engineering started at $52,048 a year on average.
Civil engineers held about
278,400 jobs in 2008. Almost half worked for firms that did
architectural, engineering, and related services work. About one-fourth
were in some level of government. The rest mostly worked in
It is expected that civil
engineer jobs will increase much faster than the average for all
occupations through 2018. More civil engineers will be needed to design
and build things as the population grows. For example, they will need
to fix and replace buildings and roads as they continue to become old,
unsafe, and worn out.
Some job openings will occur to
replace those who go to other jobs or leave the labor force. Job
openings will also depend on where you live.
If you show to a future employer your Diploma
& Transcript of our MBA of Civil Engineering (and also the lectures of the
studied 107 lessons!), you will have a bigger possibility of being employed by that
company than your job competitor.
Civil Engineering Program
Our Civil Engineering course
covers the following matters:
01. General Control Theory
02. Feedback Control System
03. Management by Exception
After the imperative General Control Theory,
our MBA of Civil Engineering are divided into 15 subdisciplines:
04. Introduction to Civil
05. Modeling & Simulation
06. Engineering Project
07. Structural Engineering
08. Transportation Processes,
Urban Transportation and Transit Management
09. Engineering Economy
10. Strategic Management
11. Water Resources Systems
12, Planning for Sustainable
13. Probability and Statistics
15. Soil Mechanics
16. Fluid Mechanics
17. Geotechnical Engineering
18. Engineering Computer Science