Civil Engineering

Civil Engineers are professionals who make use of logical reasoning to work in the areas of Civil Construction, Sanitation, Highways, Structures, Transports, Foundations and Earthworks. They can become liberal professionals by setting up their own businesses or work for public or private companies. Consultancy work, project and execution of construction works, investigations, technical reports, scientific and technological research as well as management are activities they are expected to perform.

1 95300-04 Calculus I
48319-04 Technical Drawing
4420R-04 Applied Geology
4420P-02 Introduction to Civil Engineering
4311P-04 General Chemistry
44277-04 Topography A
2 4420T-04 Materials Science – Civil Engineering
4621L-04 Differential and Integral Calculus II
95301-04 Calculus II
4481Y-02 Environmental Engineering I
4610T-02 Computational Tools
42188-04 Fundamental Mechanics
44278-04 Topography B
3 4115P-02 Differential and Integral Calculus III
48325-02 Technical Drawing II
42187-04 Electromagnetism
4421C-04 Isostatic
4421D-04 Building Materials I
42192-04 Thermal Physics and Fluids
4421E-04 Urbanism
4115S-02 Matrix Algebra
4 4113S-04 Numerical Calculus A
48328-04 Technical Drawing III – C
4421J-04 Highway Engineering I
4453D-02 Introduction to Electrical Installations
4421H-04 Building Materials II
44295-04 Fluid Mechanics
44201-04 Strength of Materials I
5 4421N-04 Highway Engineering II
4421L-04 General Hydraulics
4421A-02 Soil Mechanics Laboratory
4421K-04 Soil Mechanics I
95304-04 Probability and Statistics
445CC-04 Electrical Installations in Buildings
44202-04 Strength of Materials II
6 4421U-04 Reinforced Concrete I
4421T-04 Statistically Indeterminate Structures I
4421Y-04 Hydraulic Installations in Buildings
4421V-04 Soil Mechanics II
42190-04 Waves and Modern Physics
4421X-02 Integration Project – Civil Engineering
1501A-04 Ethics and Citizenship
7 4422C-04 Reinforced Concrete II
4446V-02 Comfort in Building Constructions
4471Y-02 Engineering and Occupational Safety
4422B-04 Metal Structures I
4422F-04 Foundations
4422A-04 Applied Hydrology
4422E-02 Building Construction Laboratory
4422D-04 Building Construction Techniques I
8 4422H-02 Architecture I
4422M-04 Reinforced Concrete III
4422X-08 Elective Courses
4422L-04 Metal Structures II
2512A-02 Fundamentals of Economics for Engineers
11521-04 Humanism and Religious Culture
4422J-04 Water Treatment Systems
4422N-04 Building Construction Techniques II
9 4422R-04 Architecture II
4471X-02 Engineering Economics
4422Y-02 Supervised Internship – Civil Engineering (190 Hours)
4422P-02 Geoprocessing and Environmental Impact
4422U-02 Budgeting for Building Construction
4422V-04 Road Pavements
4422T-04 Sewage Treatment Systems
10 44028-00 Complementary Activities (120 Hours)
4423B-04 Construction and Enterprise Management
44721-02 Business Management for Engineering
4423A-04 Hydraulic Networks
4423D-02 Final Thesis – Civil Engineering
4423C-04 Transports
4423F-02 Special Topics – Civil Engineering I
4423F-02 Special Topics – Civil Engineering II
44792-02 Ethics and Professional Practice in Engineering