Civil Engineering Program 2016

Curriculum Applicable for Admission Batch 2016 and Onward

The curriculum adopts a project based learning pedagogy and has integrated theory and practical components with an aim of championing a more effective approach towards learning

Semester 1 : 20 credit and 23 contact hours


Calculus 1

University Physics : Mechanics

Introduction to Computer Programming

Introduction to Engineering Design

Principles of Microeconomics


Semester 2 : 17 credit and 22 contact hours

Calculus 2

University Physics : Electricity and Magnetism

Data Structure and Algorithms

Introduction to Material Science

MATLAB for Engineers



Semester 3 : 20  credit and 22 contact hours

Introduction to Differential Equations



Principles of Macroeconomics

Rhetoric and Composition

Effective Speech


Semester 4 : 18 credit and 21 contact hours

Probability and Statistics

Applied Linear Algebra

Introductory Solid Mechanics


Environmental Studies



Semester 5 : 18 credit and 28 contact hours

Numerical Methods

Design of Experiments in Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering Materials

Traffic and Highway Engineering

Structural Analysis




Semester 6 : 21 credit and 29 contact hours

Construction Management

Fluid Mechanics

Introduction to Geotechnical Engineering

Reinforced Concrete Design

Environmental Engineering

Technical Writing 



Semester 7 : 18 credit and 22-24 contact hours

Water Resources Engineering

Design of Steel Structures

Legal and Ethical Aspects of Engineering

Departmental Area Elective 1

Departmental Area Elective 2

Semester 8 : 18 credit and 28-30 contact hours

Senior Design Project

Departmental Elective 1

Departmental Elective 2

Semester 1 : Required Textbooks

General Chemistry by ebbing and gammon

Early transcendentals by Stewart

University Physics by Young and Freedman

How to solve it by computer by Dromey

A Laboratory Course for Programming wtih Java by Dale

Product Design by Otto and Wood

Principles of Economics by Mankiw

Semester 2 : Required Textbooks

Early Transcendentals by Stewart

University Physics (Vol 2) by Young and Freedman

C by Example by Kalicharan

How it solve it by computer by Dromey

Introduction to materials science for

engineers by shackelford

MATLAB for Engineers by Chapman

Semester 3 : Required Textbooks

Differential Equations by Penney and Edwards

Surveying by Bannister

fluid Mechanics and heat Transfer by Potter and Scott

Mechanics by Den Hartog

Principles of Economics by Mankiw

Critical Thinking and Communication by Inch

The Art of Public Speaking by Lucas 

Semester 4 : Required Textbooks

Probability and Statistics by Walpole and Myers

Linear Algebra and its Applications by Strang

Strength of Materials by Den Hartog

Design and Analysis of Experiments

by Montgomery, Wiley 

Mechanics by Den Hartog 

Environmental Studies by Erach Bharucha

Semester 5 : Required Textbooks

Numerical Methods by hamming

Principles of Environmental Engineering

by Davies and Masten

Materials for Civil and Construction Engineering

by Mamlouk and Ziniewski

Principles of Traffic and Highway Engineering

by Garber and Hoel 

Structural Analysis by Hibbler

Semester 6 : Required Textbooks

Construction management fundamentals

by Mayo, Knutson, Schenxnayder and Fiori

Fluid Mechanics by Cengel

Soil Mechanics in Engineering by Terzaghi

Reinforced Concrete Design by Pillai and Menon

Principles of Environmental Engineering

by Davis and Masten

Technical Writing by Gerson

Semester 7 : Required Textbooks

Water Resources Engineering by Mays

Steel Design by Segui

Law Relating to Intellectual Property Rights by Ahuja

Other Books as required by the chosen electives


Semester 8 : Required Textbooks

Product Design by Otto and Wood

The Design of Everyday Things by Norman

Other Books as required by the chosen electives