Sep 11, 2011

Mumbai University - Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering Syllabus.

Mumbai University - Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering Syllabus.


Second Year :

Third Semester
Fourth Semester
1. Applied Mathematics-III* 1. Applied Mathematics-IV*
2. Surveying-I* 2. Surveying-II*
3. Strength of Materials* 3. Structural Analysis-I*
4. Building Materials and Costruction* 4. Building Design and Drawing-I
5. Engineering Geology* 5. Concerete Technology*
6. Presentation and Communication Techniques@ 6. Fluid Mechanics-II
7. Fluid Mcchanics-I*


Third Year :

Fifth Semester
Sixth Semester
1. Applied Mathematics-III* 1. Applied Mathematics-IV*
2. Surveying-I* 2. Surveying-II*
3. Strength of Materials* 3. Structural Analysis-I
4. Building Materials and Construction* 4. Building Design and Drawing-I*
5. Engineering Category* 5. Concrete Technology*
6. Presentation and Communication Techniques@ 6. Fluid Mechanics-II*
7. Fluid Mechanics-I*


Fourth Year :

Seventh Semester
Eighth Semester
1. Limit State Method for Reinforced Concrete Structures* 1. Design and Drawing of Reinforced Concrete Structures*
2. Quantity Survey, Estimation and Valuation* 2. Construction Engineering
3. Irrigation Engineering* 3. Construction Management
4. Environmental Engineering-II 4. Elective-II :
  • Advanced Construction Engineering*
  • Rock Mechanics
  • Geographical Information System
  • Water Resources Engineering & Management*
  •  Bridge Design & Engineering
  • Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit*
  • Appraisal & Implementation of Infrastructure Projects*
  • Disaster Management*
  • Pavement Design and Construction
  • Advanced Design of Steel Structures
  • Earthquake Engineering
  • Soil Dynamics
  • Building Services*
  • Design of Hydraulic Structures
  • Industrial Waste Treatment
  • Transportation planning and Economics
  • Advanced Repairs and Rehabilitation of Structures*
5. Elective-I :
  • Advanced Surveying *
  • Advanced Engineering Geology*
  • Applied Hydrology and Flood Control
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Systems Approach in Civil Engineering*
  •  Risk and Value Management *
  • Advanced Structural Analysis
  • Structural Dynamics
  • Advanced Structural Mechanics
  • Advanced Foundation Engineering
  • Ground Water Hydrology
  • Pavement Subgrade & Materials
  • Air Pollution
  • Prestressed Concrete
  • Traffic Engineering and Control
  • Reinforced Concrete Repairs and Maintenance*
  • Advanced Computational Techniques
 5. Project-B*
 6. Project-A*


* Common to Construction Engineering

@ Common to all branches

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