BS Civil Engineering

  • At BRAINS Institute, Peshawar, the primary aim of our BE in Civil Engineering program is to equip students with the essential knowledge and expertise needed for the planning, designing, construction, and upkeep of key infrastructure elements such as roads, bridges, edifices, and water systems. Our curriculum underscores the integration of mathematical, scientific, and engineering fundamentals to address tangible challenges in the field.
  1. Engineering Mathematics
  2. Structural Engineering
  3. Geotechnical Engineering
  4. Transportation Engineering
  5. Environmental Engineering
  6. Hydraulic Engineering
  7. Construction Management

The program typically consists of around 130 to 136 credit hours.

Civil Engineering graduates can pursue careers in various fields, including

  • Construction Management
  • Structural Engineering
  • Environmental Consulting
  • Urban Planning
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Government Agencies
  • Academia and Research

The BE in Civil Engineering is generally a 4-year program, comprising 8 semesters.

  • A minimum of 60% marks in Intermediate (Pre-Engineering) or equivalent qualifications.
  • An entrance test.
  • DAE (Diploma of Associate Engineering) holders in Civil Engineering may also be eligible.
  • Achieved a minimum score of 60% in the aforementioned qualifications.

  • Application Deadline: The deadline for submitting applications is August 28, 2023.
  • Admission Decisions: Admission decisions will be communicated by August 30, 2023.
  • Deadline for Acceptance of Offer: The deadline for accepting the admission offer is September 05, 2023.
  • Orientation Week: The orientation week will start from September¬† 26, 2023.
  • Classes Begin: Classes for the Bachelor program will begin on September 28, 2023.
  1. What is a BE Civil Engineering program? A BE Civil Engineering program is an undergraduate degree that focuses on teaching students about the design, construction, and maintenance of physical infrastructure such as buildings, bridges, roads, and water supply systems.
  2. What are the admission requirements for the program? Admission requirements can vary, but generally, they include a high school diploma or equivalent with specified grades in relevant subjects.
  3. What subjects will I study in this program? The program typically covers subjects like structural analysis, geotechnical engineering, construction management, transportation engineering, environmental engineering, and fluid mechanics.
  4. What are the career prospects for BE Civil Engineering graduates? Graduates can pursue careers as civil engineers, structural engineers, project managers, transportation engineers, and construction managers in various industries.
  5. Do I need to have prior knowledge of engineering concepts? No prior engineering knowledge is necessary, but having a basic understanding of mathematics and physics can be beneficial.
  6. Is there a demand for civil engineers? Yes, there is a consistent demand for skilled civil engineers as infrastructure development continues to be a priority.
  7. Can I specialize in a specific area of civil engineering within the program? Some programs offer specializations such as structural engineering, transportation engineering, geotechnical engineering, or environmental engineering.
  8. Can I continue my education after completing a BE Civil Engineering degree? Yes, you can pursue further education such as a master's degree in civil engineering or related fields for specialization.
  9. Are there internship or co-op opportunities in this program? Many BE Civil Engineering programs offer opportunities for internships or cooperative education (co-op) programs, allowing you to gain practical experience on construction sites and projects.
  10. What kind of skills will I develop in this program? You'll develop skills in structural analysis, design principles, construction methods, project management, problem-solving, and critical thinking.
  11. What is the balance between theory and practical application in the program? The program typically includes a mix of theoretical coursework and practical exercises, including designing structures, conducting experiments, and participating in field visits.
  12. Can I work while pursuing this degree? Depending on the program's workload and your time management skills, you might be able to work part-time or as an intern in the engineering sector.
  13. What kind of projects or assignments will I work on? You might work on projects related to designing structures, analyzing construction materials, planning transportation systems, and conducting environmental impact assessments.

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