Master in Civil Engineering
UB's Department of Civil Engineering was established in 1963 in conjunction with the founding of the UB. The Department of Civil Engineering has graduated no less than 1920 scholars S-1. The Civil Engineering course addresses multiple interests of expertise, including: structures, geotechniques, inundations, transportation, and construction management. This program is intended for graduates who are adaptable to all areas of Civil Engineering, and they are expected to master and apply the basic knowledge in the field, be familiar with information technology, apply logical thinking, be able to develop themselves continuously, and have a professional attitude.
The students in the Civil Engineering Department are numbered between 400 to 500 each year. In 1997 a limited number of accepted students crossed the path to polytechnics and D3. In 2000 new admissions lines were extended by the extension program (SPMK). In 2001 the Department of Civil Engineering began to accept students from the School Partnership Selection Acceptance (LoA) and Institutional Partnership Enrollment Selection (SPKIns).
In the year of 2008 the Civil Engineering Department had 44 academics, a staff with great qualifications and 8 people with S3, S2 and S1. In order to improve the quality of teaching and learning, some of the staff assigned to a higher level of education: 7 of them to the S3 level (PhD) and 1 person to the S2 level. The composition of the academic positions is: 3 Professors, 16 Associate Professors, 9 Associate Teachers and 16 Assistant Experts. The School is also supported by 20 administrative staff, including librarians and hygiene and laboratory maintenance workers .
In accordance with the current curriculum, to achieve a Master's Degree in Civil Engineering students must have 46-50 credits in lectures, 28-42 credits in laboratory and 10-12 thesis credits. Curriculum evaluation is done every four years in order to adjust to the development of science, technology and work field.
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Last updated January 14, 2017