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PgC Civil Engineering Practice

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  • Objectives
    To provide frameworks within which the understanding of core disciplines in Civil Engineering can be extended To provide an opportunity to study subjects of growing importance with which the Civil Engineer is confronted in the changing economic and environmental climate To increase professionals' ability to contribute to organisational and managerial effectiveness within their employing organisations by developing their general competence within the context of their own experience, their current and future needs and the needs of their organisations
  • Academic Title
    PgC Civil Engineering Practice
  • Course description
    Semester 1 

    -Geotechnology
    -General Management in Construction
    -Advanced Structural Analysis & Design
    -Projects and the Law
    -Project Economics and Finance
    -Environmental Management
    -Management of Traffic
    -Fundamentals of Contaminated Land
    -Tunnels & Underground Excavation
    -Project Management
    -Project Work Prep.& Research Methods
    (part time students only) 

    Semester

    -Project Mgt Tools & Techniques 
    -Project Mgt. Software
    -Construction Materials Engineering
    -Shoreline Management
    -Life Cycle of Structures
    -Ground Investigation & Assessment 
    -Groundwater Hydrology
    -Strategic Mgt. in Construction
    -Ground Engineering 
    -Waste Disposal and Remediation
    -Rock Slope Stability & Surface Excavation
    -Research Methods
    -Design, Construct or Mgt. Project (30credit)

    Semester 3 

    -Independent Project

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