Master of Civil Engineering (by Research)

by | Oct 15, 2019

Learning/Research Methodology

  • The research project will be guided by an appointed supervisor.
  • The student will be required to attend seminars in the research area.
  • The student will be required to present and defend his/her research proposal at the end of his/her first quarter of study.
  • The student is required to submit monthly progress reports to his/her supervisor. Periodic consultations will be arranged as set by the supervisor.
  • The Postgraduate Studies Committee will review the performance of the student on a quarterly basis.
  • Upon completion of his/her research, the student will present and defend his/her thesis.

Research Areas

Construction Engineering

  • Construction of physical infrastructure facilities
  • Rural and low-cost housing
  • Small and medium industrial buildings

Geotechnical Engineering

  • Appropriate foundation design
  • Ground improvement methods
  • Slope stabilization

Highway and Pavement Engineering

  • Development of new materials
  • New techniques in design

Structural Engineering

  • Advanced concrete technology
  • Design problems for structures
  • Modelling of structures

Water Resources Engineering

  • Analysis and modelling of hydraulic and hydrological systems
  • River and estuary studies and flood control
  • Surface and ground water quality modelling

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