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Civil Engineering



Department Intro

Program Vision

The Civil Engineering Department of the Institute seeks to be able to provide a distinguished academic program locally and internationally in the field of civil engineering education. In addition, it is committed to develop engineering services for society according to international standards for comprehensive quality.

Program Mission

The Civil Engineering Department at Pyramids High Institute for Engineering and Technology seeks to:
o Achieving excellence towards quality of education and the sustainability of civil engineering works
o Providing the society with distinguished civil engineers who are able to face the challenges associated with the fields of civil engineering.
o Serving the society by contributing to knowledge exchange and professional activities in innovative scientific research, development of modern technologies, continuous education, and performance development.

Objectives

The Department of Civil Engineering aims to teach and train students on the principles and methods of using mathematics and science supportive to civil engineering and train students in the use of laboratory equipment and modern software to conduct and simulate experiments in order to collect data and test theories necessary to implement various projects as it develops design skills, including the ability to formulate issues and team work And effective communication verbally and in writing to graduate qualified engineers to keep abreast of contemporary developments, in order to work in the engineering and industrial fields, research centers and community service and to pursue postgraduate studies, and deepen graduates' understanding of Professional ethics and responsibilities necessary for them and for future needs
In order to achieve compliance with the National Academic Reference Standards (NARS)) which is represented by the graduate being able to:
1- Applying mathematical, scientific and engineering knowledge and concepts in solving engineering problems.
2- Designing a system / component / process to meet the required needs within realistic restrictions.
3- Designing and conducting experiments as well as analyzing and interpreting data.
4- Defining, formulating and solving basic engineering problems.
5- Using the appropriate engineering techniques, skills and tools necessary for practicing the profession of engineering, administration, and engineering projects.
6- Actively working within a multidisciplinary team.
7- Communicate effectively.
8- Consider the effects of engineering solutions on society and the environment.
9- Knowledge of contemporary engineering topics.
10- Know professional and ethical responsibilities, and understand the content.
11- Self-learning and lifelong learning.
12- To be a professional in the design and supervision of civil engineering fields
13- To use efficiently and professionally the codes for the civil engineering fields
14- To design, construct and protect all types of drilling and tunnel systems for different purposes
15- The ability to manage construction sites
16- Choosing building materials from the perspective of their resistance, durability and measurement for site use, temperatures, weather conditions and the impact of sea water and the environment
17- Selecting and designing waterway control facilities, water and sewage networks systems, and pump stations
18- Definition and study of the properties of (lands - cities - real estate), separate societies and institutes through surveying works, systems and machines, geographical information
19- Design and construct installations and protect them against unexpected natural hazards and events such as floods and winds
20 - Leadership and supervision of a team of designers and technicians in the sites and laboratories.

Learning Outcomes

Knowledge

With the successful completion of the study in the civil engineering program, the student acquires knowledge and concepts in:
1- Mathematical and scientific knowledge, concepts and theories appropriate for specialization
2- The foundations of information and communication technology.
3- Characteristics of engineering materials related to the field of civil engineering.
4- The foundations of design, including designing elements, processes, and systems related to civil engineering.
5- Methodologies for solving engineering problems and collecting and interpreting information.
6- Quality assurance systems, codes and standards for civil practices, health and safety requirements and environmental issues.
7- Business administration and principles related to civil engineering
8- Current civil engineering techniques
9- Humanitarian and ethical issues.
10- Technical English Language and Report Writing.
11- Ethics of professional practice and the impact of civil engineering solutions on society and the environment.
12- Contemporary Issues in Civil Engineering.
13- Analysis and design of engineering principles in the field of reinforced concrete, steel structures, soil research, foundations, fluid mechanics, water and environmental sources, sanitary engineering, road and traffic systems, area and photography
14- Knowledge of the properties and behavior of building materials manufacturing
15- Project and construction management including planning and financing or the bid and contracts stage

Mental skills

With the successful completion of the studies in the civil engineering program, the student will be able to:
1- Choose the appropriate mathematics and computational methods for modeling and analyzing problems.
2- Choose the appropriate solutions to engineering problems based on analytical thinking.
3- Think creatively and creatively in problem solving and design.
4- Collect, exchange and evaluate different ideas, opinions and knowledge from a range of sources.
5- Evaluate the characteristics and performance of systems, components, and processes.
6- It investigates the failure of components, systems and processes.
7- It solves engineering problems on the basis of limited and possibly contradictory information.
8- Selects and evaluates appropriate ICT tools for a variety of engineering problems.
9 - Judges engineering decisions taking into consideration balanced costs, advantages, safety considerations, quality and environmental impact considerations.
10- Ensures the economic, social, environmental and risk management dimensions in design
11- Analyze the results from numerical models and evaluate their limits.
12- It sets an organized and structured approach to dealing with new and advanced technology.
13- Choosing the appropriate building materials from the perspective of the appropriate resistance and durability according to the location, temperature and weather conditions and their impact on sea water and the environment
14- Selecting and designing facilities for controlling waterways, irrigation, water networks, drainage systems and pump stations
15- Analysis and selection of codes in the design of reinforced concrete engineering and metal structures for all types with determination of levels and types of design systems for building foundations, structures and excavation works.
16- Definition, planning, identification and reporting of the technical aspects department
17- Create and evaluate various technical systems and strategies for solving engineering problems.

Professional and practical skills

With the successful completion of the studies in the civil engineering program, the student will be able to:
1- Apply knowledge in mathematics, science, information technology, and architectural design, in the context of engineering practice and engineering problem solving.
2- It integrates engineering knowledge and makes suggestions for improving design, products and / or services.
3- Create and / or redesign a process, component or system, and execute specialized engineering designs.
4- Practice precision and aesthetics in design and approach.
5- It uses computers and different technologies, measurement tools, workshops and laboratory equipment to design experiments, collect, analyze and interpret results.
6- It uses a wide range of analytical tools, techniques, equipment, related software packages and required software development.
7- Apply numerical modeling methods to engineering problems.
8- Apply safety systems at work and monitor appropriate steps to manage risks.
9- Practice basic skills for organizing and managing projects.
10- It applies quality assurance procedures and follows the rules and standards.
11- Exchanging knowledge and skills with the engineering and industrial community.
12- Prepares and presents technical reports.
13- Efficient and safe use of laboratory and site or field equipment.
14- The ability to view, record and analyze information and results in the laboratory and on the site or field
15- Gain construction management skills professionally and practically with preparing technical drafts and detailed drawings using both the manual method and using the AutoCAD program.
16- The ability to maintain all kinds of roads and traffic systems.
17. Efficiently prepare area reports.
18- The ability to plan, design, construct, operate, control and carry out maintenance work for all types of roads and traffic systems.

General Skills

With the successful completion of the study in the Architectural Engineering program, the student will be able to:
1- Collaborate effectively within a multidisciplinary team.
2- It works in a stressful environment and within restrictions.
3- It communicates effectively.
4- Show efficiency in information technology capabilities
5- Leads and motivates individuals.
6- Effectively manages tasks, time and resources.
7- Looking for information and practicing self-learning for life.
8- Acquire entrepreneurial skills
9- Refer to the relevant literature

Academic Courses List For Credit Hours System

Credit Hours Courses List

Level Four
# Code Course Term Lecture exercises Contact hours Units Class Work Practical Exam
1 HUM 120 Professional Skills & Ethics 1 2 0 2 2 40 0 60
2 CVL 310 Structural Analysis & Mechanics (3) 1 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
3 CVL 311 Reinforced Concrere (2 ) 1 2 1+2 5 3 40 0 60
4 CVL 312 Steel Structures (1 ) 1 2 1+2 5 3 40 0 60
5 CVL 313 Hydraulic Engineering 1 2 1+2 5 3 40 0 60
6 CVL 314 Transport Planning & Traffic Engineering 1 2 2 4 3 40 0 60
7 HUM 325 Modern Egyptian History 2 2 0 2 2 40 0 60
8 CVL 337 Urban Design & Housing 2 2 0 2 2 40 0 60
9 CVL 320 Reinforced Concrere (3 ) 2 2 1+2 5 3 40 0 60
10 CVL 321 Steel Structures (2) 2 2 1+2 5 3 40 0 60
11 CVL 322 Design Of Lrrigation Works (1 ) 2 2 1+2 5 3 40 0 60
12 CVL 323 Soil Mechanics 2 2 1+2 5 3 30 10 60
13 CVL 330 Structural Analysis & Mechanics ( 4 ) 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
14 CVL 331 Advanced Technology Of Construction Materials 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
15 CVL 332 Project Planning and Control 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
16 CVL 333 Water Resources Engineering 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
17 CVL 334 E nvironmental Hydraulics 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
18 CVL 335 Municipal Hydraulics 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
19 CVL 336 Engineering Applications Of Surveying 2 2 3 5 3 30 10 60

Level Five
# Code Course Term Lecture exercises Contact hours Units Class Work Practical Exam
1 CVL 410 Reinforced Concrete (4) 1 2 1+2 5 3 40 0 60
2 CVL 411 Highway Facilities 1 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
3 CVL 412 Foundation and Retainig Structures 1 2 1+2 5 3 40 0 60
4 CVL 413 Environmental and Sanitary Engineering(1) 1 2 1+2 5 3 40 0 60
5 CVL 440 Design Of Lrrigation Works (2) 1 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
6 CVL 443 Computer -Aided Structural Analysis 1 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
7 CVL 444 Construction Methods 1 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
8 5* Military education 2 0 0 0 0
9 CVL 420 Metallic Bridges 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
10 CVL 421 Railway Engineering 2 1 1+2 4 2 40 0 60
11 CVL 422 Graduation Project 2 2 2 4 2 0 0 100
12 CVL 423 Graduation Project Preparation 2 0 4 4 2 0 0 100
13 CVL 441 Harbour Engineering and Internal Navigation 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
14 CVL 442 Construction Management & Cost Estimate 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
15 CVL 445 Inspection and Maintenance Of Structures 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
16 CVL 446 Steel Structures 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
17 CVL 447 Special Reinforced Concrete Structures 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
18 CVL 448 Design Of Modern Lrrigation Systems 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
19 CVL 452 Soil Mechanics and Foundations 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
20 CVL 453 Environmental and Sanitary Engineering (2 ) 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60
21 CVL 455 Highway and Airport Engineering 2 2 3 5 3 40 0 60

Academic Courses For Terms

Courses List

Prepration Year
# Code Course Term Class Work Practical Editorial Degree م ت ع/ش مج exam Duration optional
1 BAS 011 Mathematics (1) 1 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
2 BAS 012 Physics (1) 1 50 20 80 150 2 1 2 5 3 لا
3 BAS 013 Mechanics (1) 1 50 0 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
4 BAS 014 Industrial Chemistry 1 40 10 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
5 HUM 016 Technical English 1 20 0 30 50 2 - - 2 2 لا
6 HUM 017 History of Engineering & Technology 1 20 0 30 50 2 - - 2 2 لا
7 MCH 015 Engineering Drawing & Projection (1) 1 60 0 65 125 1 3 - 4 3 لا
8 BAS 021 Mathematics (2) 2 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
9 BAS 023 Mechanics (2) 2 50 0 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
10 BAS 022 Physics (2) 2 50 20 80 150 2 1 2 5 3 لا
11 CMP 024 Fundamentals of Programming 2 50 0 50 100 2 - 2 4 3 لا
12 MCH 025 Engineering Drawing & Projection (2) 2 60 0 65 125 1 3 - 4 3 لا
13 MCH 026 Production Technology & Workshop 2 50 25 50 125 2 1 2 5 3 لا

Level One
# Code Course Term Class Work Practical Editorial Degree م ت ع/ش مج exam Duration optional
1 BAS111 Mathematics (3) 1 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
2 BAS 116 Engineering Economics & Finance 1 40 0 60 100 2 2 - 4 3 لا
3 CVL 113 Structural Analysis (1) 1 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
4 CVL 114 Surveying (1) 1 40 25 60 125 2 1 2 5 3 لا
5 CVL 115 Engineering Geology 1 30 20 75 125 2 2 1 5 3 لا
6 CVL 112 Civil Engineering Drawing 1 60 0 90 150 2 4 - 6 3 لا
7 HUM 124 Engineer and Environment 2 30 0 70 100 2 1 - 3 3 لا
8 HUM 126 Technical writing and communication 2 30 0 70 100 2 1 - 3 3 لا
9 BAS 122 Applied Statistics 2 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
10 ARC 125 Building Construction 2 50 0 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
11 CVL 121 Material Strength & Technology (1) 2 30 30 90 150 2 2 2 6 3 لا
12 CVL 123 Fluid Mechanics 2 30 30 90 150 2 2 1 5 3 لا

Level Two
# Code Course Term Class Work Practical Editorial Degree م ت ع/ش مج exam Duration optional
1 ELP.216 Electrical and Installations Engineering 1 20 10 70 100 2 1 1 4 2 لا
2 CVL 211 Structural Analysis (2) 1 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
3 CVL 212 Surveying (2) 1 30 20 75 125 2 1 2 5 3 لا
4 CVL 213 Material Strength & Technology ((2) 1 30 30 90 150 2 2 2 6 3 لا
5 CVL 214 Hydraulics 1 30 20 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
6 CVL 215 Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 1 30 20 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
7 5 Summer training 1 2 25 25 0 50 2 2 3 لا
8 CVL 221 Project Management 2 30 0 70 100 2 2 - 4 3 لا
9 CVL 222 Structural Analysis & Mechanics (1) 2 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
10 CVL 223 Steel Structures (1) 2 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
11 CVL 224 Reinforced Concrete (1) 2 50 0 75 125 2 2 2 6 3 لا
12 CVL 225 Design of Irrigation Works(1) 2 20 20 60 100 2 1 1 4 3 لا
13 CVL 226 Geotechnical Engineering(1) 2 30 20 75 125 2 2 2 6 3 لا

الفرقة الثالثة
# Code Course Term Class Work Practical Editorial Degree م ت ع/ش مج exam Duration optional
1 316- (1) Advanced Technology of Construction Materials 1 50 0 75 125 نعم
2 316- (2) Environmental Hydraulics 1 50 0 75 125 نعم
3 316- (3) Engineering Applications of Surveying 1 50 0 75 125 نعم
4 HUM 314 Legislation and professionalethics 1 40 0 60 100 2 1 - 3 3 لا
5 CVL 311 Structural Analysis & Mechanics (2) 1 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
6 CVL 312 Reinforced Concrete (2) 1 50 0 100 150 2 2 2 6 3 لا
7 CVL 313 Transport Planning &Traffic Engineering (1) 1 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
8 CVL 315 Steel Structures (2) 1 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
9 55 Summer training 2 2 25 25 0 50 لا
10 HUM 324 Construction Contract Management 2 30 0 70 100 2 1 - 3 3 لا
11 CVL 321 Reinforced Concrete (3) 2 50 0 75 125 2 2 2 6 3 لا
12 CVL 322 Design of Irrigation Works(2) 2 30 20 75 125 2 1 1 4 3 لا
13 CVL 323 Geotechnical Engineering(2) 2 30 20 75 125 2 2 2 6 3 لا
14 CVL 325 Highway and Airport Engineering (1) 2 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
15 CVL 326 Construction Technology 2 40 0 60 100 2 2 - 4 3 لا

Level Four
# Code Course Term Class Work Practical Editorial Degree م ت ع/ش مج exam Duration optional
1 415- (1) Structural Analysis &Mechanics(3) 1 50 0 75 125 نعم
2 415- (2) Transport Planning &Traffic Engineering (2) 1 50 0 75 125 نعم
3 415- (3) Railway Engineering 1 50 0 75 125 نعم
4 415- (4) Water Resources Engineering 1 50 0 75 125 نعم
5 416- (1) Inspection and Maintenance of Structures 1 50 0 75 125 نعم
6 416- (2) Project Planning and Control 1 50 0 75 125 نعم
7 416- (3) Design of Modern Irrigation Systems 1 50 0 75 125 نعم
8 CVL 411 Reinforced Concrete (4) 1 60 0 90 150 2 2 - 4 3 لا
9 CVL 412 Geotechnical Engineering(3) 1 60 0 90 150 2 2 2 6 3 لا
10 CVL 413 Environmental & Sanitary Engineering (1) 1 60 0 90 150 2 1 1 4 3 لا
11 CVL 414 Graduation Project Preparation 1 50 0 0 50 2 2 - 4 - لا
12 424- (1) Inland Navigation Engineering 2 50 0 75 125 نعم
13 424- (2) Highway and Airport Engineering (2) 2 50 0 75 125 نعم
14 424- (3) Harbor Engineering and Coasts 2 50 0 75 125 نعم
15 424- (4) Computer – Aided Structural Analysis 2 50 0 75 125 نعم
16 425- (1) Environmental and Sanitary Engineering (2) 2 50 0 75 125 نعم
17 425- (2) Geotechnical Engineering (4) 2 50 0 75 125 نعم
18 425- (3) Special Reinforced Concrete Structures 2 50 0 75 125 نعم
19 425- (4) Design of Pipe lines and pump Stations 2 50 0 75 125 نعم
20 CVL 421 Metallic Bridges 2 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
21 CVL 422 Quantities and Project Cost Estimate 2 50 0 75 125 2 2 - 4 3 لا
22 CVL 423 Graduation Project** 2 150 0 100 250 3 6 - 9 - لا

The most important distinctive features of the program are as follows:

Graduation project forms