Reading the Field (mutual influences)

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Course Code: 
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
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Course Description & Objectives: 

The influences  of a Civil Engineering  project  on another  Civil Engineering  project is the basis of research  work  in this  field,  as  well  as  core  to the  design  and  maintenance  of  Civil  Engineering projects.  Projects should enhance,  not interfere  with other projects,  the environment,  or social life. This course discusses  this  in  depth.  It is often  a difficult  concept  for  the  student  to  understand, muddling it with the purpose of the project. Much supervision is necessary, but the student must be able to discover the influences themselves.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Objectives:

  •       To give confidence  to the student as a team mate of the Civil Engineer  in the conception, design, construction and maintenance of Civil Engineering projects.
  •       To prepare the student for further studies in this same field.
Learning Outcomes: 

On completion the student will:

  •       Be  confident  in  carrying  out  the  professional  duties  of  a  Civil  Engineering  Surveyor  in whatever project, and at whatever project stage he/she is called upon to perform.
  •       Be  aware  of  the  influences  of  one  thing  upon  another,  and  how  such  influences  can  be manipulated to be beneficial.
Reading the Field
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