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Sociology for Technology

This course deals with how technologies have altered the fabric of society. It crosses disciplines and academic traditions with an open mind, curiosity, and willingness to engage in fun. The course arouses analytical thinking about everyday technologies affecting our life. It therefore examines how engineers, scientists, humanists, social scientists, and artists work together in their respective professions.Objective:

Engineering Mathematics III

Drawing from the concepts covered in Engineering Mathematics I and II, this course is designed to consolidate and advance analytical techniques for solution of ordinary differential equations; and introduces concepts fundamental to the study of other courses in Computer Engineering.

Thermodynamics for Civil Engineers

This course introduces students to the basic principles of electricity and thermodynamics relevant to buildings and other Civil Engineering infrastructure.                                                                                                                                                                                               Objectives:


This course provides the fundamentals needed to understand the application of hydraulics to the environment and to Civil engineering works. The course covers aspects of open and closed flow in machines and other structures of practical relevance to civil engineering.                                                                                                                                                                        Objectives:The course is intended to provide the student with:

Engineering Surveying I

This course develops fundamental skills in the theoretical and practical aspects of

Engineering Geology

This course deals with basic geological materials and earth processes and how they influence mechanical behaviour and capacity of engineering materials, processes and structures. The linkage to Rock Mechanics and Hydrogeology are emphasized. It is divided into physical and historical Geology.                                                                                                                                                                            Objectives:

Theory of Structures I

This course introduces the student to various structural forms that support structures and convey an understanding of the primary aspects of their behaviour.


The Art of Public Speaking develops a wide variety of communication skills from the ability to analyze an audience to the technique of voice projection. The student learns to prepare and deliver winning informative, persuasive, and entertaining speeches  

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