Municipal & Urban Engineering is concerned with municipal infrastructure.
specifying, designing, constructing, and maintaining streets, sidewalks, water
supply networks, sewers, street lighting, municipal solid waste management and
disposal, storage depots for various bulk materials used for maintenance and
public works (salt, sand, etc.), public parks and bicycle paths.
In the case of
underground utility networks, it may also include the civil portion (conduits
and access chambers) of the local distribution networks of electrical and
telecommunications services. It can also include the optimizing of garbage
collection and bus service networks.
Some of these
disciplines overlap with other civil engineering specialties, however urban
engineering focuses on the coordination of these infrastructure networks and
services, as they are often built simultaneously (for a given street or
development project), and managed by the same municipal authority.
Our Municipal & Urban MBA Program
Our Municipal & Urban
Engineering MBA course covers the following matters:
General Control Theory:
Feedback Control Systems & Management by Exception
DAS Data Acquisition Concept
DDC Direct Digital Control Concept
Municipal and Urban
Urban construction management
Quantity surveying and cost engineering
Urban and regional planning.
To design and manage the use of land and natural resources to meet human needs
in a sustainable way.
To plan large-scale projects such as new cities, suburbs, ports, recreational
and industrial areas and transport infrastructure.
Community planning, infrastructure provisions, creative design, property
economics, spatial science, architecture, business management.
Urban design, transport planning, development assessment, open space and
recreational planning, environmental protection, and social and economic