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Civil & Plant Engineering Department

Course Description

Civil engineering is a discipline concerned with the design, construction and maintenance of the physically and naturally built environment such as roads, railway tracks, bridges, tunnels, ports, dams, and airports. It is divided into several sub-disciplines including structural engineering, water resources engineering, geo-engineering, surveying engineering, transportation engineering, and urban engineering.

The course covers these sub-disciplines and the subjects related to them. Much of the course emphasizes acquiring construction skills and the information technology based skills which will allow students to apply themselves to their jobs.

The course equips students to be:

1. able to apply their knowledge and skills to national infrastructure construction sites.
2. able to bring about innovations in technology;
3. creative in building environments encompassing technology and nature;
4. and reliable and responsible as professional civil engineers serving the nation and their local communities.

Why choose to study this course at Changshin University?

Students by joining the Civil Study Club (CSC) will be better prepared for professional certification or national examinations for government jobs. They will be provided with information necessary to earn outstanding results in all subjects through out the course, and will be assisted in finding employment. Students will also learn and be expected to follow a code of ethics respected in the profession of civil engineering.

Changshin University is in the region where the offshore plant and ubiquitous computing industries are growing. With active exchanges of information between the industries and the university, it has been possible to incorporate it in the curriculum for an effective learning experience. Hence, students will be more than ready to work as a professional in these fields with the most up-to-date knowledge and skills.