Southern School of Engineering & Technology (SSET)

Department of Civil Engineering


Curriculum


Program NameBSc. Civil Engineering
Eligibility & Entry RequirementsF.Sc. (Pre-Engineering)/ A-level,
DAE in relevant field or equivalent with at least 60% marks,
Qualifying ECAT entry test.
Program Duration:4 years
Number of Semesters:8
Number of weeks per semester:Min.18 (16 for teaching and 2 for examinations)
Total courses47
Engineering Course:70 per cent
Non-Engineering Course:30 per cent

Distribution of Credit Hours

46 Courses130 credit Hours
01 Project:06 credit Hours


1st Semester


Sr. No.

Course Name

Credit Hours

Theory

Practical

1

Computer Programming

1

2

2

Construction Materials

3

1

3

Engineering Drawing

2

2

4

English Language Skills

2

-

5

Islamic Studies

2

-

6

Mathematics-I

3

-

 

Total credits

13

5

 

2nd Semester

 

Sr. No.

Course Name

Credit Hours

Theory

Practical

1

Engineering Surveying

2

1

2

Engineering Mechanics

3

1

3

Basic Electro-Mechanical Engineering

2

1

4

Engineering Geology

2

 

5

Pak Studies

1

-

6

Applied differential Equation/Mathematics-II

3

-

 

Total credits

13

3

 

3rd Semester

 

Sr. No.

Course Name

Credit Hours

Theory

Practical

1

Engineering Surveying

2

1

2

Mechanics Of Solid-I

2

1

3

Numerical Analysis/ /Mathematics-III

3

0

4

Civil Engineering Drawing & Graphics

1

2

5

Engineering Economics

2

0

 

Total credits

10

4

 

 

4th Semester

 

Sr. No.

Course Name

Credit Hours

Theory

Practical

1

Soil Mechanics

2

1

2

Structural Analysis-1

3

0

3

Probability & Statistics/ /Mathematics-IV

3

0

4

Construction Engineering

2

0

5

Fluid Mechanics

3

1

6

Architecture and Town Planning

2

0

 

Total credits

15

2

 

 

5th Semester

Sr. No.

Course Name

Credit Hours

Theory

Practical

1

Advanced Fluid Mechanics

3

1

2

Business Communication

1

1

3

Quantity & Cost Estimation

2

1

4

Reinforced Concrete Design-I

3

1

5

Professional Ethics

2

0

6

Social Science Elective

3

0

 

Total credits

14

4

 

 

6th Semester

 

Sr. No.

Course Name

Credit Hours

Theory

Practical

1

Reinforced Concrete Design-II

2

1

2

Mechanics of Solid-II

2

1

3

Construction Management & Planning

2

1

4

Transportation Engineering-I

3

0

5

Engineering Hydrology

2

1

6

Structural Analysis-II

3

0

 

Total credits

14

4

 

 

7th Semester

Sr. No.

Course Name

Credit Hours

Theory

Practical

1

Environmental Engineering –I

2

0

2

Transportation Engineering-II

3

1

3

Geotechnical and Foundation Engineering

3

1

4

Hydraulics

2

1

5

Steel Structures

2

1

6

Project

0

3

 

Total credits

12

7

 

 

8th Semester

 

Sr. No.

Course Name

Credit Hours

Theory

Practical

1

Design of structures

0

2

2

Entrepreneurship

2

0

3

Geo informatics

1

1

4

Hazard and Disaster Management

2

0

5

Irrigation Engineering

2

0

6

Environmental Engineering –II

2

1

7

Project

0

3

 

Total credits

9

7

 



Mapping of CLO with PLO ( Fall 2018)


Semester

Courses

CLO's

1st semester

Computer Programming

CLO1: IMPLEMENT the Microsoft Office, excel and computer languages.

CLO2: APPLY the computer programming to solve the simple and complex problems of applied engineering

Construction Materials

CLO1: EXPLAIN various properties
of construction materials

CLO2: SELECT appropriate constructional Method

CLO3: ANALYZE various material
properties

Engineering Drawing

CLO1: EXPLAIN fundamental concepts of
engineering drawing for simple
Objects/structures.

CLO2: Manually DEVELOP drawings of simple objects/structures.

English Language Skills

CLO1: APPLY the knowledge and skills of communication in the field of engineering.

CLO2: GAIN the knowledge about the vocabulary learning, grammar, and specifically reading and writing skills.

Islamic Studies

CLO1: Discuss the fundamentals of Holy Quran, A’hadees and their values in the everyday life.

CLO2: Recognize the importance of Islamic architecture in current engineering fields considering the social and religious aspects.

CLO3: Discuss and interpret the religious and social interests of Islamic Ethics.

Mathematics-I

CLO1: Acquire the knowledge related to basic concepts of calculus, statistics, differentiation, and integration.

CLO2: Apply the concepts for analysis and solution of engineering related problems.

2nd semester

Engineering Surveying

CLO1: EXPLAIN basic surveying techniques used for surveying and levelling

CLO2: PREPARE maps and plans, contour maps, profiles, cross- sections, etc. using surveying techniques.

CLO3:  OPERATE various survey equipment for measurements with required accuracy.

Engineering Mechanics

CLO1: CARRY OUT analysis for the two- dimensional force system and equilibrium.

CLO2: CALCULATE important properties of plane areas. Geometrical

CLO3: CONDUCT various experiments on force system and equilibrium.

Basic Electro-Mechanical Engineering

CLO1: GAIN the basic knowledge of electrical engineering related to civil engineering.

CLO2: DEVELOP the basic information of mechanical engineering related to civil engineering.

CLO3: LEARN to apply the basic knowledge of electrical and mechanical engineering in civil engineering projects

Engineering Geology

CLO1: DESCRIBE basic concepts of geology, formation of rocks and
structural features of strata.

CLO2: APPLY knowledge of geology in civil engineering.

Pak Studies

CLO1: DESCRIBE important historical event, geographical demarcation and the understanding about past events and future learning.

CLO2: ANALYZE the revival of Islamic Society in the changing world Environment in context of political and constitutional history of Pakistan.

CLO3: GAIN the understanding of socio-political and environmental structure of Pakistan and compare different social issues.

Applied differential Equation/Mathematics-II

CLO1: Acquire knowledge related to basic concepts of calculus, statistics, and ODEs.

CLO2: Apply concepts for analysis and solution of engineering related problems.

3rd Semester

Advanced Engineering Surveying

CLO1: CALCULATE various types of curves

CLO2: CARRY OUT construction, control hydrographic surveys, field astronomy, photogrammetry and GPS surveys.

CLO3: COMMIT to individual or group survey task as a leader or member expressing team spirit

Mechanics Of Solid-I

CLO1: DISCUSS the behavior of members (bars, beams) subjected to differen

CLO2: SOLVE problems related to biaxial state of stresses.

CLO3: PRACTICE experiments to study the material response under different sets of loadings.

Numerical Analysis /Mathematics-III

CLO1: Apply numerical analysis techniques for simpler to complex problems of applied engineering.

CLO2: Apply analytical tools in solving engineering as well as daily life problems.

Civil Engineering Construction & Graphics

CLO1: DESCRIBE different perspective sets of loading and states of (functions) of latest version of CAD

CLO2: PRODUCE Civil Engineering  Drawings using CAD software

Engineering Economics

CLO1: Memorize the basic concepts of economics related to the engineering

CLO2: Illustrate the capital financing, its allocation, business organization and the industrial relationship.

CLO3: Analyse the depreciation and taxes using the linear programming, and select the best alternative decision.

4th Semester

Soil Mechanics

CLO1: CARRY OUT classification of soils

CLO2: ANALYSE soil mass for stress, seepage and settlement.

CLO3: PRACTICE laboratory and field tests to characterize various soil Parameters

Structural Analysis-l

CLO1: DESCRIBE various methods of analysis for determinate Structures

CLO2: APPLY methods of analysis on Determinate structures.

CLO3: ANALYZE the beams and girders

Probability & Statistics/ /Mathematics-IV

CLO1: GAIN knowledge about the data presentation and measures of central tendency.

CLO2: ANALYSE the data in terms of measurement, curve fitting, regression, probability, and relation of respective field with the engineering.

Construction Engineering

CLO1: DEMONSTRATE knowledge of constructional aspects related to public infrastructure projects.

CLO2: ANALYZE the heavy construction equipment and operations for key project planning and management inputs.

CLO3: APPLY knowledge regarding building construction methodologies.

Fluid Mechanics

CLO1:DESCRIBE various basic terms related to fluid mechanics

CLO2: COMPUTE various basic parameters related to fluid mechanics

CLO3: IMITATE various experiments on basic fluid mechanics equipment

Architecture and Town Planning

CLO1:LEARN the ancient and modern form of living

CLO2: GAIN knowledge related to planning and development of inhabitant areas.

5th Semester

Advanced Fluid Mechanics

CLO1: ANALYZE pipes flow and open channel flow.

CLO2: APPLY basic principles of fluid mechanics for computations.

CLO3: IMITATE various experiments on the advanced equipment related to fluid mechanics.

Technical Report Writing & Presentation skills

CLO1:RECOGNIZE the organizational communication system for improved knowledge of technical writing skills needed professionally. Understanding of do’s and don’ts of technical communication.

CLO2:APPLY of acquired understanding for communication in life-long learning

CLO3: Review correct use of English language in writing and speaking in response to real circumstances

Quantity & Cost Estimation

CLO1: APPLY concept and skills for quantity take-off for different civil  Engineering works.

CLO2: CARRY OUT rate analysis, productivity and pricing.

CLO3: DISCUSS concepts related to legal and contractual aspects of cost of construction projects

Reinforced Concrete Design-I

CLO1: ILLUSTRATE various properties of concrete.

CLO2: DESIGN various structural reinforced concrete elements

CLO3: PRACTICE experiments on concrete for suitable use

Professional Ethics

CLO1: IDENTIFY the content of religious, national, or international law dealing with engineering ethics.

CLO2: APPLY the knowledge of ethics in their personal and professional life.

CLO3: GAIN the ability to enhance key factors of interpersonal relations.

6th Semester

Reinforced Concrete Design-II

CLO1: DESIGN various structural reinforced concrete elements.

CLO2: DESIGN various reinforced concrete structural systems

Mechanics of Solid-II

CLO1: ANALYZE beams subjected to unsymmetrical bending, curved beams and beams on elastic foundations. 

CLO2: APPLY theory of elasticity under generalized loading.

CLO3: DISCUSS theory of plasticity and plastic analysis of beams and frames

Construction Management & Planning

CLO1: DEFINE basics of project management related to the civil engineering projects.

CLO2: APPLY different techniques of project management for planning and scheduling to control and facilitate project execution.

CLO3: DEFINE principles of economics related to engineering projects.

Transportation Engineering-I

CLO1: EXPLAIN concepts of transportation systems and its planning.

CLO2: CARRY OUT geometric design of  transportation the external and internal port components based on best practices and guidelines.

Engineering Hydrology

CLO1: DEMONSTRATE the measurements of various meteorological  parameters

CLO2: CALCULATE various hydrological parameters

CLO3: DESCRIBE various methods of flood estimation and flood routing

Structural Analysis-II

CLO1: ANALYZE  indeterminate structures using force and displacement methods.

CLO2: ANALYZE  indeterminate structures using matrix methods.

7th Semester

Environmental Engineering –I

CLO1: Services for water supply.

CLO2:DESIGN water distribution networks

CLO3: REPEAT experiments related to various parameters for water.

Transportation Engineering-II

CLO1:APPLY the basics of traffic engineering for effective traffic management

CLO2: DESIGN rigid and flexible

Geotechnical and Foundation Engineering

CLO1: ANALYZE earth pressures, bearing Capacity and stability of slopes.

CLO2:Capacity and stability of slopes

CLO3: DEVELOP geotechnical design

Hydraulics

CLO1:Able of determine the specific energy, head losses flow profile in steady uniform and simple cases of non-uniform open channek flow.

CLo2: Able to explian the characteristics of unsteady flow in open channel and pressure conduits.

ClO3: Able to apply the principles of dimensional analysis and similitude in simple cases of physical modelling of hydraulics structure.

CLO4:Able of describe the basics Components of hydropower scheme and sediment transport in river and reserviors.

Steel Structures

DESCRIBE the theories and models suitable for the analysis and design of structural steel members.

DESIGN structural steel members under axial loads, flexure and shear

8th Semester

Design of structures

CLO1:  Able to demonstrate the concepts of structural design in structure like all of residential building , retaining wall and a bridge.

CLO2: Able to design the structures like hall of a building, retaining wall and portion of a bridg under the given loading condition .

Entrepreneurship

CLO1: Explain the concepts of entrepreneurship, economist, socialist and the entrepreneurship management

CLO2: Illustrate the SMEs its scope and entrepreneurial managers of SME, and the financial marketing problems of SMEs

CLO3: Able to explain the development and working of small and nedium entreprise.

CLO4: Manage the role of entrepreneur in economic development, employment creation, training, ideas, knowledge and the skills development.

Geo informatics

CLO1: EXPLAIN basic knowledge related to Geo-informatics.

CLO2: APPLY GIS software for the map making.

CLO3:IMITATE use of GPS instruments for map

Hazard and Disaster Management

CLO1: EXPLAIN hazards and disasters and use their management for different scenarios.

CLO2: VALUE the different phases of disaster management.

CLO3: DEBATE on sustainability after disaster occurrence.

CLO4: Develop emergency preparedness plan for different disasters.

Irrigation engineering

CLO1:Describe the fundamentals of Irrigation Engineering (concept, canal network and regulatory structures)

CLO2: Design the main components of Barrage (by assuming certain parameters for simplicity) by performing sub- and structure design

CLO3: Explain the basics of water logging, salinity, drainage and land reclamation

Environmental Engineering –II

CLO1: DESCRIBE the fundamental  Components of water and wastewater treatment systems and solid waste management

CLO2: DESIGN domestic sewerage systems.