CIVIL ENGINEERING

AWARD

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering)

LENGTH IN YEARS

  • 4 year

SEMESTER OF COMMENCEMENT

  • June (Summer), August (1st Semester), January (2nd Semester)

COURSE FEES IN BAHT

  • Approximately 617,000 Baht

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

  • IELTS 5.0 or equivalent or passed the Rangsit University English Language Proficiency Test

COURSE DESCRIPTION/PURPOSE

  • The Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) is a program that has been approved and accredited by the Council of Engineers of Thailand (COE).

    The curriculum aims to produce graduates who are capable of working in the areas of surveying, design, construction management and infrastructure planning. It also covers areas like structural engineering, soil and foundation engineering, water resource engineering, and construction management engineering with sufficient background for graduates to carry on further research and higher studies.

EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES

  • After completion of the program, graduates typically take the Professional Licensing Examination to become professional engineers. Excellent career prospects include design, project management, and research and development engineers in both the private and public sectors. Civil engineers are the dominant drivers in the development of infrastructure, and resource and environmental management of the country and its surrounding region.

COURSE STRUCTURE

Total number of credits: 150 credits

  • A. GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (30 CREDITS)
  • I. Humanities and Social Sciences (9 credits)
  • II. Sciences and Mathematics (3 credits)
  • III. Languages (15 credits)
  • IV. Interdisciplinary and Physical Education (3 credits)
  • B. AREA COURSES (114 CREDITS)
  • I. BASIC SCIENCE COURSES (21 CREDITS)
CHM 121Principles of Chemistry(3 credits)
CHM 122Laboratory for Principles of Chemistry(1 credit)
MAT 136Engineering Mathematics I(3 credits)
MAT 137Engineering Mathematics II(3 credits)
MAT 138Engineering Mathematics III(3 credits)
PHY 121Physics I(3 credits)
PHY 122Physics Laboratory I(1 credit)
PHY 223Physics II(3 credits)
PHY 224Physics Laboratory II(1 credit)
  • II. BASIC PROFESSIONAL COURSES (32 CREDITS)
GEN 133Engineering Drawing(3 credits)
GEN 192Workshop Practice(2 credits)
CEN 221Engineering Statics(2 credits)
CEN 223Strength of Materials(3 credits)
CEN 283Engineering Surveying(2 credits)
CEN 342Hydraulics(3 credits)
CEN 292Applied Mathematics for Civil Engineering(3 credits)
MEN 222Engineering Materials(3 credits)
IEN 221Probability and Statistics for Engineers(3 credits)
IEN 361Engineering Materials(3 credits)
CPE 252Computer Programming for Engineer(3 credits)
  • III. PROFESSIONAL COURSES (59 CREDITS)
CEN 261Civil Engineering Materials and Testing(3 credits)
CEN 284Surveying field Practice(1 credits)
CEN 285Route Surveying(3 credits)
CEN 320Structural Analysis I(3 credits)
CEN 321Structural Analysis II(3 credits)
CEN 331Reinforced Concrete Design(3 credits)
CEN 332Computer-Aided Engineering and Design(3 credits)
CEN 343Hydraulics Laboratory(1 credits)
CEN 344Hydrology(3 credits)
CEN 362Concrete Technology(3 credits)
CEN 370Engineering Geology(3 credits)
CEN 371Soil Mechanics(3 credits)
CEN 372Soil Mechanics Laboratory(1 credits)
CEN 412Construction Engineering and Management(3 credits)
CEN 433Steel and Timber Design(3 credits)
CEN 444Hydraulic Engineering(3 credits)
CEN 473Foundation Engineering(3 credits)
CEN 476Highway Engineering Laboratory(1 credits)
CEN 481Highway Engineering(3 credits)
CEN 490Civil Engineering Training(1 credit)
CEN 491Civil Engineering Project I(1 credit)
CEN 492Civil Engineering Project II(2 credit)
GEN 494Preparation for Cooperative Education(1 credit)
CEN 495Cooperative Education(3 credits)
  • Note: Students under the Cooperative Education Plan must enroll CEN495 and GEN494 as substitution of CEN490, CEN491 and CEN492.
  • B. PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE COURSES (6 CREDITS)
  • COMPUTER HARDWARE DESIGN
CEN 401Advanced Engineering Mathematics(3 credits)
CEN 402Numerical Methods(3 credits)
CEN 410Contracts, Specifications and Cost Estimation(3 credits)
CEN 413Engineering Project Management(3 credits)
CEN 432Prestressed Concrete Design(3 credits)
CEN 435Structural Building Design(3 credits)
CEN 436Bridge Design(3 credits)
CEN 437Design of Small Building(3 credits)
CEN 438Introduction to Finite Element(3 credits)
CEN 439Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering(3 credits)
CEN 446Water Resource and Irrigation Engineering(3 credits)
CEN 447Coastal and Harbor Engineering(3 credits)
CEN 448Open Channel Flow(3 credits)
CEN 451Flood and Drought Engineering(3 credits)
CEN 452Tsunami Engineering(3 credits)
CEN 453Storm and Storm Surge Engineering(3 credits)
CEN 461Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering(3 credits)
CEN 474Landslides, Mudslides and Debris Flows(3 credits)
CEN 475Soil Improvement Techniques(3 credits)
CEN 480Transportation Engineering(3 credits)
CEN 482Construction Surveying(3 credits)
CEN 484Photogrammetry(3 credits)
CEN 485Pavement Engineering(3 credits)
CEN 486Airport Design(3 credits)
CEN 487Fundamental of Geographic Information System(3 credits)
CEN 488Traffic Engineering(3 credits)
CEN 489Geometric Design of Highway(3 credits)
CEN 499Special Topics in Civil Engineering(3 credits)
CEN 496Cooperative Education for Civil Engineering(6 credits)
  • NOTE: STUDENTS UNDER THE COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PLAN MUST ENROLL CEN496 AND ONE ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE COURSE.
  • C. FREE ELECTIVE COURSES (6 CREDITS)