About the Course
Today many civil engineers design not structures but software systems to manage construction. They practice in the global market place being involved in the planning, designing and construction of infrastructure, balancing development with care for the environment. New fields and areas of civil engineering practice and research have emerged, involving the planning, design, construction and management of our man-made living habitat which is constantly evolving. New challenges facing civil engineering, such as our changing population profile, rising energy costs and climate change have arisen.
The programme objectives are to produce graduates with:
The BEng. (Civil Engineering) programme is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Board (EAB) of Singapore and this accreditation of engineering academic programmes is a key foundation for the practice of engineering at the professional level.
The student learning outcomes are:
Requirements for Admissions in AY2010/11 onwards
- H2 Mathematics, and
- H2 Physics* or H2 Chemistry
**Students without H2 or H1 Physics need to have 'O' level Physics or equivalent and will be required to take specified Physics bridging modules.
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Civil Engineering (CE) at National University of Singapore (NUS)
Civil engineering is a broad field of engineering that deals with the planning, construction, operation and maintenance of fixed structures or public infrastructure, as they are related to earth, water, or civilization and their processes. In essence civil engineering is the profession which makes the world a more habitable place to live. Hence the civil engineer seeks innovative solutions to tackle the ever-changing problems associated with the living environment, i.e., how we live, work, travel and play. Thus as long as a higher standard of living is demanded, there will be a need for civil engineers to develop and design better living environment. As the broadest field in engineering, civil engineering requires the integration of many areas of specialties.
Our CE Programme
Our CE Programme aims to produce engineer leaders and provide our graduates with multiple career pathways. Fundamentals will be sufficiently covered and with flexible curriculum structure, our students are able to tailor their programmes to suit their aspiration whether to become specialists to tackle challenging CE projects or to cover the broad spectrum of civil engineering and management to be CEOs, CFOs, bankers, regulators or policy makers.
B.Eng (Civil) Specialisation in Offshore Engineering
Introduction and Objective of the Offshore Engineering Specialization
The Offshore and Marine Industry has seen stellar growth in recent years. This industry is expected to continue growing in size over the coming years as it increases its market share [currently holding 60% of world market share in Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) conversion and 70% in jack-up rigs] in the design and fabrication of offshore rigs, semi-submersibles, other marine structures and oil-field equipment. In order to maintain this pole position in the global competition, it is necessary to upgrade the knowledge base to provide turnkey solutions. Key players in this industry (such as Keppel and SembCorp) and EDB have approached CORE to develop a strong research and manpower training programme in offshore engineering. In response, CORE has designed an offshore engineering specialization programme that aims to empower a selected group (about 20 per year) of CE graduates with key skills and knowledge in offshore structures, hydrodynamics, seafloor engineering, control and even chemical processes so that they can join the Offshore and Marine Industry. The offshore engineering specialisation has been made available to the students from the academic year 2004/2005
Pertinent Modules for Offshore Engineering Specialization
Students on offshore engineering specialization must take the following modules:
|CE5703 / OT5202||Analysis & Design of Offshore Structures|
|CE4103||Design Project (A final year design project on Offshore Structures)|
|CE4104||B.Eng. Dissertation (A final year research project in Offshore and Marine Engineering on topics such as jack-up platforms, FPSOs, very large floating structures, semi-submersibles, seafloor engineering, and environmental impact)|
|EG3602||Vacation Internship Programme# (a 12-week stint in offshore and marine related companies).|
For EG3602, although the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering will do its best to assist in getting these internship placings, the onus is on each student to seek his/her own internship placing.
All engineering undergraduates can opt to study a Minor Programme to gain skills and knowledge beyond their major disciplines. The faculty offers a list of minor programs but there are many programmes offered by other faculties as well.
The Faculty of Engineering offers a host of enhancement programmes (EP) aimed at broadening our engineering students' education. Students are encouraged to register for the various enhancement programmes offered by the Faculty of Engineering and various departments. [Read more......]
For further information, please refer to Engineering Undergraduates
Please refer to http://www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/calendar.html
Tuition and Mandatory Miscellaneous Fees
Please refer to: http://www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/edu/UG/fees.html
Please refer to Engineering Undergraduates
Contact Persons (academic staff)
(i) Course curriculum
Associate Professor Pang Sze Dai
Tel: 6516 2799
(ii) Student Exchange Program (SEP)
Associate Professor Tan Siew Ann
Tel: 6516 2278
(iii) Research Opportunities Program(UROP)
Associate Professor Tan Siew Ann
Tel: 6516 2278
Contact Person (Administrative Staff)
Ms Lim Chi Cheng, Christina
Tel (65) 6516 4270
Tel (65) 6516 4656
Please refer to http://www.nus.edu.sg/oam/apply/apply.html
Information for International Students
Please refer to http://www.nus.edu.sg/osa/international/
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