Civil Engineering

The Undergraduate Civil Engineering Program of Life University is designed to provide the Civil Engineering student with:

Objective 1: skills to Reward professional employment, primarily in the civil and environmental engineering disciplines.

Objective 2: skills to Participate in post-graduate continuing education, coursework, and research.

Objective 3: knowledge to create a new thinking, critical thinking in many branches of Engineering and concentrates on pertinent and concrete examples and applications.

Objective 4: ability to work with moral and responsibilities at work place.

Objective 5: ability to participate in post-graduate continuing education, coursework, and research.

Objective 6: knowledge to control the Positions of leadership, directing the work of others.

Objective 7: knowledge to get Professional licensure or certification in civil engineering disciplines and other professions.

Objective 8: ability to lead the positions and participation in community, public, and professional service.

Credits

30

Time to Complete

1 Year

Detail

Foundation Year
First Semester Second Semester
Course Code Subject Credits Hours Course Code Subject Credits Hours
THE1100 Religious Study I 3 48 LAW1201 Public Administration 3 48
KHL1101 Cambodian History 3 48 ECO1201 Principles of Economics 3 48
MAT1101 Linear Algebra & Geometry 3 48 CSC1201 Computer Administration 3 48
ENG1101 Core English I 3 48 ENG1202 Core English II 3 48
CIV1101 Introduction to Chemistry 3 48 CIV1201 Technical Drawingl 2 32
MAT1207 Mathematics Analysis 2 32 CIV1202 Mechanical Engineering 3 48
Total 17 272 Total 17 272
Total Credits for Foundation Year: 34 Credits= 544 Hours
Second Year
First Semester Second Semester
Course Code Subject Credits Hours Course Code Subject Credits Hours
THE2101 Introduction to Christianity I 1 16 THE2201 Introduction to Christianity II 1 16
ENG2102 Core English III 3 48 ENG2202 Core English IV 3 48
CIV2101 AutoCAD 3 48 CIV2201 Soil Mechanics 4 64
CIV2102 Topography 4 64 CIV2202 Fluid Mechanics 3 48
CIV2103 Hydrology 2 32 CIV2203 Construction Materials, Technology and Safety 4 64
CIV2104 Statistics 3 48 CIV2204 Strength of Material 3 48
Total 16 256 Total 18 288
Total Credits for Second Year: 34 Credits = 544 Hours
Third Year
First Semester Second Semester
Course Code Subject Credits Hours Course Code Subject Credits Hours
CIV3101 Foundation Design 4 64 CIV3201 Structural Analysis II 2 32
CIV3102 Hydraulics Construction 3 48 CIV3202 Reinforced Concrete Design 6 96
CIV3103 Structural Analysis I 4 64 CIV3203 Plumbing and Firefighting 2 32
CIV3104 Retaining Walls, Slope Analysis and Protection 3 48 CIV3204 Earth Dam Construction 2 32
CIV3105 Vocation Short Training and Report (1 Month) 3 48 CIV3205 Robot Structural Analysis 2 32
Total 17 272 Total 14 224
Total Credits for Third Year: 31 Credits = 496 Hours
Fourth Year
First Semester Second Semester
Course Code Subject Credits Hours Course Code Subject Credits Hours
CIV4101 AutoCAD Land 3 48 CIV4201 Construction Project Management 3 48
CIV4102 Structural Design of Steel 3 48 CIV4202 Environmental Engineering 3 48
CIV4103 Design of Pre-Stressed Concrete 3 48 CIV4203 Water Supply and Sanitation 3 48
CIV4104 Road Design and Construction 3 48 CIV4204 GIS and Remote Sensing 3 48
CIV4105 Electrical System for Building 3 48 CIV4205 Bridge Design 3 48
Total 15 240 Total 15 240
Total Credits for Fourth Year: 30 Credits = 480 Hours
Fifth Year
Course Code Subject Credits Hours
CIV5101 Training and Thesis Defense 15 240
Total 15 240
Grand Total Credits for 5 Years Program = 144 Credits = 2,304 Hours

Elective Courses Available

Course Code Subject Credits Hours
CIV0001 Advanced Physics 3 48
CIV0002 Database 3 48
CIV0003 Chinese Languages 3 48
CIV0004 Korean Languages 3 48
CIV0005 Business English 3 48
CIV0006 Advanced Economics 3 48
CIV0007 Computer Graphics 3 48
CIV0008 E-Commerce 3 48

Certificate of Computer Packages

Course Code Subject Credits Hours
CIV0009 LATEX 3 48
CIV00010 EXCEL 3 48
CIV00011 SPSS 3 48
CIV00012 R-Software 3 48
CIV00013 MATLAB 3 48

General Studies

  • Art (ART)
  • Art History (ART H)
  • Design (DESIGN)
  • Classical Archaeology (CL AR)
  • Classical Linguistics (CL LI)
  • Classics (CLAS)
  • Greek (GREEK)
  • Latin (LATIN)

Intermediate