Civil Engineering
time: 2022-01-01

Program Overview:

To address the future challenges onsustainability, resilience and intelligence in the construction industry, our civil engineering undergraduate program is designed to produce future leaders and innovators with high morality and accountability, a wide range of knowledge and polished skill sets, strong vision and the sense of globalization. Our students are required to complete fundamental courses in the first year and in the beginning of the second year they have the authority to choose one of four concentrations including: Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Water Resource Engineering, and Naval and Marine Engineering.  Our program prepares students for careers in fields as diverse as planning, development, design, construction, operation and management education, law, and public relation for large firms, start their own businesses, and hold leadership positions in government and nonprofit organizations, as well as for graduate study in engineering and science at top programs in China and abroad.

Education Characteristics:

Our undergraduate program provides a solid background in science and engineering fundamentals while emphasizing customized curriculum, multidisciplinary perspectives, hands-on design and real-world projects. Students have the opportunity to participate in cutting-edge research projects investigated by our first-class faculty within the State Key Laboratory of Subtropical BuildingScience, and have been trained with comprehensivehands-on experience through the Guangdong provincial experimental teaching demonstration center, off-campus collaborative industrial training camps, etc. 

Concentrations:

The students will enter the professional training stage after selecting one of four concentrations in civil engineering shown below:

1. Civil Engineering

2. Construction Management

3. Water Resource Engineering

4. Naval and Marine Engineering

Registration Form of Curriculum Credits

Course   Category

Requirement

Credits

Academic   Hours

Remarks

General Basic Courses

Compulsory

46.0

812

 

General   Education

10.0

160

 

Specialty   Basic Courses

Compulsory

5.5

88

 

Practice   Training (Weeks)

Compulsory

2.0

--

 

Total

 63.5

 

 

1. Courses Schedule

Course Category

Course No.

Course Title

C/E

Total Curriculum Hours

Credits

Semester

Class Hours

Lab Hours

Practice Hours

Other Hours

General Basic Courses

031101661

Ethics and Rule   of Law

C

40

 

 

4

2.5

1

031101371

Skeleton of Chinese Modern History

C

40

 

 

4

2.5

2

044101382

English for Academic Purposes (1)

English class A

C

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

044102453

English for Academic Purposes (2)

C

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

044103681

College English(1)

English class B, C

C

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

044103691

College English(2)

C

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

045101644

Foundations of Computer

C

32

 

 

32

1.0

1

052100332

Physical Education (1)

C

36

 

 

36

1.0

1

052100012

Physical Education (2)

C

36

 

 

36

1.0

2

006100112

Military Principle

C

36

 

 

18

2.0

2

040100051

Calculus(1)

C

80

 

 

 

5.0

1

040100411

Calculus(2)

C

80

 

 

 

5.0

2

040100401

Linear   Algebra & Analytic Geometry

C

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

040100023

Probability   & Mathematical Statistics

C

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

041100582

General Physics (1)

C

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

037102783

General   Chemistry

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

1

037101943

General   Chemistry Experiment

C

16

16

 

 

0.5

2

074102791

Descriptive Geometry & Architecture Drawing (1)

C

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

074102803

Descriptive Geometry & Architecture Drawing (2)

C

56

 

 

 

3.5

2

045102811

Python Language Programming

C

40

 

 

8

2.0

1

 

Humanities, Social Science

E

128

 

 

 

8.0

 

 

Science and Technology

32

 

 

 

2.0

 

Total

C

812

16

 

138

46.0

 

Specialty Basic   Courses

033100983

Theoretical Mechanics (1)

C

64

 

 

 

4.0

2

033106042

An Introduction to Civil Engineering

C

24

 

 

 

1.5

1

033105691

Civil   Engineering and Human Life

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

2

033106251

Civil   Engineering Disasters and Prevention

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

2

033106241

Human-Vehicle   - Road

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

1

033103431

Analytic   Basics for Engineering Management and Real Estate

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

2

033106231

Marine   Engineering and National Marine Strategy

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

1

033106221

Urban   Development and Water

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

1

033101121

Energy   and Sustainable Development

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

2

Total

C

88

 

 

 

5.5

 

Practice-concentrated Training

006100151

Military Training

C

2   weeks

 

 

 

2.0

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

C

2

weeks

 

 

 

2.0

 

E

minimum elective course credits required:10

 

2. Educational plans after professional streaming

Full details are given in educational plans for each specialty.


Civil Engineering

Program Code:081001    Duration4years

Educational Objectives:

To satisfy the future needs and emerging complex problems in the civil engineering industry, our civil engineering major is designed to cultivate students with combined skill and sense on innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship, to equipstudents with talents global perspective, excellent three powers (learning power, thinking power, action power), and comprehensive development of moral, intellectual, physical, and aesthetic skills. A civil engineering degree provides a foundation in civil engineering and related fields, basic skill sets for scientific research, a comprehensive ability to solve complex real-world problems, and lifelong learning and leadership. After the completion of their degrees, our students will move into careers but not limited to planning and design, construction, education, research and development, operations, and maintenance. They are expected to obtainthe engineering certificate and hold leadership positions in large firms or complete master’s degree or above.

Student Outcomes:

№1. Engineering Knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, fundamental and advanced engineering to solve complicated civil engineering problems.

1.1An ability to have a good command of mathematics and related courses, and lay the solid foundation for solving complicated engineering problems.

1.2An ability to have a good command of physics, chemistry and related courses, and lay the solid foundation for solving complicated engineering problems.

1.3An ability to have a good command of discipline basic courses, and lay the solid foundation for solving complicated engineering problems.

1.4An ability to have a good command of discipline professional courses, and lay the solid foundation for solving complicated engineering problems.

№2. Problem Analysis: An ability to apply the fundamental theory of mathematics, science, and civil engineering to recognize, express and analyze complicated civil engineering problems, and obtain effective conclusions.

2.1An ability to apply fundamental theory of mathematics to recognize, express and analyze complicated engineering problems.

2.2 An ability to apply fundamental theory of science to recognize, express and analyze complicated engineering problems.

2.3 An ability to apply fundamental theory of discipline to recognize, express and analyze complicated engineering problems.

2.4 An ability to access knowledge by multiple ways to recognize, express and analyze complicated engineering problems, for obtaining effective conclusions.

№3. Design/Development Solution: An ability to develop solutions for complicated civil engineering problems, and innovatively design systems, components or process that meet the needs within realistic constraints, such as social, health, safety, legal, cultural and environmental considerations. An ability to possess creative ideas in developing solutions of complicated civil engineering problems.

3.1 An ability to know discipline basic knowledge to develop solutions for complicated engineering and discipline-related problems.

3.2 An ability to know discipline core knowledge to develop solutions for complicated engineering and discipline-related problems.

3.3 An ability to know disciplines kill to develop solutions for complicated engineering and discipline-related problems.

3.4 An ability to know discipline practical skill to develop solutions for complicated engineering and discipline-related problems.

3.5 An ability to know discipline comprehensive research skill to develop solutions for complicated engineering and discipline-related problems.

3.6 An ability to know current situation, innovative development and future trend of civil engineering.

№4. Research: An ability to conduct research on complicated civil engineering problems based on scientific theories and methods, including design of experiments, collecting, processing, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information, for obtaining effective conclusions and applying them in engineering practice.

4.1An ability to conduct research on complicated engineering problems based on scientific theories and methods, including data processing and analysis.

4.2 An ability to conduct research on complicated engineering problems based on scientific theories and methods, including analysis and test on physical and structural characterization of material.

4.3 An ability to conduct research on complicated engineering problems based on scientific theories and methods, including analysis skill on mechanical prosperity of material.

4.4 An ability to conduct research on complicated engineering problems based on scientific theories and methods, including skill-training on processing, induction and analysis of experimental result.

4.5 An ability to conduct research on complicated engineering problems based on scientific theories and methods for obtaining effective conclusions.

4.6 An ability to conduct research on complicated engineering problems based on scientific theories and methods, including learning and design of experiment.

№5. Application of Modern Tools: An ability to develop, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, modern engineering, and information technology tools, to solve complicated civil engineering problems, including predicting and modelling complicated civil engineering problems with understanding limitations.

5.1An ability to know basic design and test skill.

5.2 An ability to know engineering design and practical skill.

5.3An ability to know basic skill to solve complicated engineering problems.

5.4 An ability to know integrated skill to solve complicated engineering problems.

№6. Engineering and Society: An ability to apply related engineering knowledge to analyze and evaluate engineering application, complicated civil engineering problems solutions, and their impacts on society, healthy, safety, legal and cultural issues, as well as understand the responsibilities of civil engineers.

6.1An ability to evaluate design, construction and operation proposals of civil engineering, and know the impact of solutions of complicated engineering problems to society, healthy, safety, legal and cultural issues.

6.2 An ability to know the responsibilities of solutions of complicated engineering problems to society, healthy, safety, legal and cultural issues.

7. Environment and Sustainable Development: An ability to understand and evaluate the impact of professional civil engineering solutions to issues of environment and sustainable development.

7.1An ability to apply skills to properly evaluate the impact of professional engineering solutions to issues of environment and sustainable development.

7.2 An ability to properly analyze, recognize and evaluate the impact of professional engineering solutions to issues of environment.

7.3 An ability to properly analyze, recognize and evaluate the impact of professional engineering solutions to issues of sustainable development.

№8. Professional Standards: An understanding of humanity science and social responsibility; an ability to understand and abide by ethics, standards and responsibly in engineering practice.

8.1 Having the necessary knowledge and accomplishment of humanities and social science, correct values and social responsibility, healthy body and psychology.

8.2 Ability to understand and abide by engineering professional ethics and norms in the practice of civil engineering projects, with legal awareness, and to assume responsibility, contribute to the country and serve the society.

№9. Individual and Teams: An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams as an individual, a team member or leader in solving complicated civil engineering problems.

9.1To develop team cooperation.

9.2 To develop leadership.

9.3 To develop management and coordinating skills.

№10. Communication: An ability to communicate effectively on complicated civil engineering problems with industrial community and society, including writing reports and comprehending documentations, making presentations, or responding instructions, as well as making communication in cross-cultural context with international perspective.

10.1To develop professional communication skill, including writing reports and comprehending documentations, making presentations, or responding instructions.

10.2 To develop discipline international vision.

10.3 To develop communication and practical skill for multidisciplinary and cross-culture.

10.4 To develop interpersonal communication and team-work spirit.

№11. Project Management: An ability to understand and apply engineering management and economic decision-making in multidisciplinary.

11.1To know basic principles and methods of engineering management.

11.2 To know basic principles and methods of engineering economic decision.

11.3 To know application of engineering management and economics decision in professional education and practice.

11.4 To know Build Information Modelling (BIM) in engineering management.

№12. Lifelong Learning: An ability to recognize the needs for, and to engage in independent and life-long learning for adaptive capacity and development.

12.1To develop self-improvement learning skills.

12.2 To develop professional quality learning skills.

12.3 To develop skills for the adaptation of innovation of civil engineering. 

Program Profile

As the one of the first founded departments at the South China University of Technology (South China College), our civil engineering Department can be traced back to the department of architectural engineering of Engineering School of Guangdong Province XiangQin University of Technology in 1933. It has cultivated more than 10,000 alumni nationwide in the field of structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, road and bridge engineering, construction management. It possesses high reputation around the nation, especially locally in southern China, Hong Kong and Macao areas. Our civil engineering major was entitled “Guangdong Province Famous Professional Major” in 2003, “Guangdong Province Feature Professional Major” in 2010, and the first batch of “Excellent Engineer Education and Training Program” awarded by the Ministry of Education in 2010.  It passed the program assessment and went in “Washington Accord” in 2018, and become the first batch of national first-class professional construction sites in 2019.

The major of civil engineering is the first batch in southern China which can confer the class-one doctoral degree and establish postdoctoral research station, and it has formed a complete expert training system from the bachelor, master to doctor degrees. With the State Key Laboratory of Subtropical Building Science (co-constructed) and Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Modern Civil Engineering Technology and other high-level discipline platform, it fully ensures the effective development of experimental teaching and scientific research.

There are nearly 90 faculty members, including emeritus, part-time and consultant professors. The balance between experience, professional title and age can be well achieved for the teaching teams formed by the faculty members. There are 3 student innovation training bases in the campus, and more than 40 production-learning-research integration bases outside the campus. Joint degree programs for students are established with many prestigious universities in US, UK, Australia and Canada. In addition, short-term exchange student programs are established with many well-known universities in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan areas and abroad.

Program Features:

Part courses of this program are taught in either English or bilingual Chinese-English. Lectures on science and technology frontier and innovative practice courses are included. Based on three experimental platform of the State Key Laboratory of Subtropical Building Science for disaster prevention and mitigation and internship base off campus, the cultivating mode is integrated with the production, learning and research.

Degree Conferred: Bachelor of Engineering

Core Courses: Theoretical Mechanics, Mechanics of Materials, Structural Mechanics, Soil Mechanics, Theory of Concrete Structures, Theory of Steel Structures, Construction Materials, Intelligent Engineering Surveying, Civil Engineering Construction, Construction Project Management

Elective Courses for other collegesBridge AestheticsBuilding ScienceRoad and Traffic Safety 

Featured Courses:

Freshmen Seminars: Civil Engineering and human life, Civil Engineering Disasters and Prevention, Human-Vehicle-RoadEnergy and Sustainable Development

Special Topics: IT Technology of Project Management, Real Estate Development & Management,

Wind Effect & Control for High-rise Buildings,

Structural Design for High-rise Buildings (2),

Structure Optimization – Special Topics

Courses Taught in English: Pavement Engineering, Structural Mechanics, Loads and Design Principles,

Structural Mechanics – Special Topics, Elastic Theory

Green and Intelligent road construction

Bilingual Courses: An Introduction to Civil Engineering, Loads and Design Principles,

Elastic Theory, Construction Project Management,

Pavement Maintenance & Management

MOOC: Theory of Concrete Structures, Masonry Structures, Foundations of Computer

Subject Frontiers Courses: Seminars in Civil Engineering, Intelligent Structure System

                                               Green and sustainable building structures,Intelligent Bridge

Interdisciplinary Courses: courses in artificial intelligence, big data, cloud computing or management or economicsno less than 2 credits.

Baccalaureate-Master’s Integrated Courses: Theory of Elastic Mechanics & FEM,

Advanced Theory of Concrete Structures

Cooperative Courses with Enterprises: Cognition Practice, Geological Engineering Practice,

                                                                    Construction Practice, Graduation Practice,

Graduation Design Course, Civil Engineering Entrepreneurship

 Introduction of Prefabricated Construction

Contest-Teaching Integrated Courses: Structural Model Analysis & Experiments

Innovation Practice: The frontier Experiments of Civil Engineering,

Integrated Test of Structures, Structural Model Analysis & Experiments,

Structural InnovativeDesign Method (Three “one”)

Entrepreneurship Courses: Civil Engineering Entrepreneurship (Three “one”)

Education on the Hard-Working Spirit: Construction Practice

 

1. Registration Form of Curriculum Credits

1. 1 Credits Registration Form

Course   Category

Requirement

Credits

Academic   Hours

Remarks

General Basic Courses

Compulsory

62.0

1236

 

General   Education

10.0

160

 

Specialty   Basic Courses

Compulsory

45.0

720

 

Elective   Courses

Elective

21.0

336

At least   2 credits of courses outside the school are recommended

Total

138

2452

 

Practice   Training (Weeks)

Compulsory

32

37 weeks

 

Credits   Required for Graduation

138+32=170

1.2 Category Registration Form

Academic   Hours

Credits

Total

Include

Include

Total

Include

Include

Include

Compulsory

Elective

Theory                 Course

Lab

Compulsory

Elective

Practice-concentrated   Training

Theory   Course Credits

Lab

Innovation   and Entrepreneurship Education

2452

1956

496

2039

447

170

139

31.0

32

125

13

7

Notes

1.General education is included in the elective course;

2 .Experimental teaching includes experiments, internships and other courses in the Professional Teaching Schedule;

3. Innovation and entrepreneurship education credits: courses in the training program, as determined by the teaching steering committee of each college, including competitive teaching courses, innovative practice courses, entrepreneurship education courses and other credits;

4. Compulsory hours + Elective hours = Total hours; Theoretical teaching hours + Experimental teaching hours = Total hours; Compulsory credits + Elective credits = Total credits; Concentrated practical teaching session credits + Theoretical teaching credits + Experimental teaching credits = Total credits.

1.3 Related notes:

1)       The major elective course “**” is the core course of the course group recommended by the civil engineering professional guidance committee.

2)       In the specialized course study, each student chooses to major in a specialized direction module and minor in a specialized direction module, and takes at least 12 credits of core courses (plus**) in the major direction and at least 5 credits of core courses (plus**) in the minor direction, for a total of 17 credits, while not taking courses with similar or repeated content to the courses already taken.

3)       Innovative entrepreneurship education credits: the courses in the training plan are determined by the Teaching Steering Committee of each college, including the credits of the courses of combination of competition and teaching, innovative practice and entrepreneurship education; students apply for conversion to certain professional elective courses credits according to their own scientific research training projects, subject competitions, publishing papers, obtaining patents and independent entrepreneurship (innovative research training, Innovation Research Practice I, Innovation Research Practice II, Entrepreneurship Practice and other innovative entrepreneurship courses). Each student applies for a total of no more than 4 credits for professional elective courses. Items and competitions recognized as elective course credits accepted by the school will no longer gain innovative credits corresponding to the second class.

4)       General courses are recommended in economics, management, psychology, laws and regulations, artificial intelligence, and data analysis, among which engineering economics (2.0 credits) is classified as a general education course.

1.4 Credits Registration Form of Engineering Education Certification 

Number

Course Category

General Standard

Civil Engineering

Requirement

Credits

Total

1

Humanities and Social Sciences

15%

Compulsory

26.0

36/170=21.2%

General Education

10.0

2

Math & Natural Science

15%

Compulsory

27.5

27.5/170=16.2%

Elective

0.0

3

Basic and professional courses

Engineering Foundation

30%

Compulsory

--

69.0/170=40.5%

Elective

--

Professional Foundation

Compulsory

--

Elective

--

Professional courses

Elective

--

Total

Compulsory

48.0

69.0

Elective

21.0

4

Engineering practice and   graduation design weeks

20%

Compulsory

37.5

37.5/170=22.1%

 

Credit Requirements for   Graduation

170

2. Courses Schedule

Course Category

Course No.

Course Title

 

C/E

Total Curriculum Hours

Credits

Semester

Student Outcomes

Class Hours

Lab Hours

PracticeHours

OtherHours

General Basic Courses

031101661

Cultivation of Thought and Morals &   Fundamental of Law

C

40

 

 

4

2.5

1/2

6.2,8.2,9.1,10.1

031101371

Skeleton of Chinese Modern History

40

 

 

4

2.5

1/2

8.1,10.1

031101423

Thought of Mao Ze Dong and Theory of   Socialism with Chinese Characteristics

72

 

 

24

4.5

3/4

8.1,8.2,9.1,9.2,10.2,12.2

031101522

Fundamentals of Marxism Principle

40

 

 

4

2.5

3/4

8.1,9.2

031101331

Analysis of the Situation & Policy

128

 

 

 

2.0

1-8

8.2,10.1

044101382

English for Academic Purposes (1)

English class A

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

2.3,10.2,12.1,12.2

044102453

English for Academic Purposes (2)

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

2.3,10.2,12.1,12.2

044103681

College English(1)

English class B, C

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

2.3,10.2,12.1,12.2

044103691

College English(2)

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

2.3,10.2,12.1,12.2

045101644

Foundations of Computer

32

 

 

32

1.0

1

8.1,9.2,10.1,12.2

052100332

Physical Education (1)

36

 

 

36

1.0

1

8.1,9.2,10.1,12.2

052100012

Physical Education (2)

36

 

 

36

1.0

2

8.1,9.2,10.1,12.2

052100842

Physical Education (3)

36

 

 

36

1.0

3

8.1,9.2,10.1,12.2

052100062

Physical Education (4)

36

 

 

36

1.0

4

8.1

006100111

Military Principle

36

 

 

18

2.0

2

1.1,2.1

040100051

Calculus(1)

80

 

 

 

5.0

1

1.1,2,2,5.3

040100411

Calculus(2)

80

 

 

 

5.0

2

1.1,2.2

040100401

Linear   Algebra & Analytic Geometry

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

1.2,2.1,4.1

040100023

Probability   & Mathematical Statistics

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

1.1,2.1

041100582

General Physics  (1)

48

 

 

 

3.0

2

1.2,2.2

041101391

General Physics  (2)

48

 

 

 

3.0

3

2.3,4.1,4.2

041100671

Physics Experiment (1)

32

32

 

 

1.0

3

2.3,4.1,4.2,5.1

041101051

Physics Experiment (2)

32

32

 

 

1.0

4

1.1,2.2,9.1

037102783

General   Chemistry

32

 

 

 

2.0

1

2.3,4.1,5.1

037101943

General   Chemistry Experiment

16

16

 

 

0.5

2

2.2,3.1,4.1,5.1

074102791

Descriptive Geometry & Architecture Drawing (1)

48

 

 

 

3.0

1

2.2,3.1,4.1,5.1

074102803

Descriptive Geometry & Architecture Drawing (2)

 

56

 

 

 

 

3.5

2

2.2,5.1.5.2

045102811

Python Language Programming

40

 

 

8

2.0

1

8.1,9.2,10.1,12.2

 

Humanities, Social Science

E

128

 

 

 

8.0

 

 

 

Science and Technology

32

 

 

 

2.0

 

 

Total

1236

80

 

238

62.0

 

 

Note:

1. Other credit hours can be on the computer and practice hours.

2. Students may take up to 4 credits of General Studies in the Virtual Third Semester

3. Compulsary: 1 credit of The Process of Marxism's Sinicization and the Mission of Young Students + 1 credit of Four History course + 2 credits of Mental Health Education for College Students

4. Each student is required to complete 2 credits of General Studies in Public Art

2. Courses Schedule

Course Category

Course No.

Course Title

C/E

Total Curriculum Hours

Credits

Semester

Student Outcomes

Class Hours

Lab Hours

Practice Hours

Other Hours

Specialty Basic Courses

033100983

Theoretical Mechanics

C

64

 

 

4

4.0

2

1.2,2.1,4.2

033106042

An Introduction to Civil Engineering

C

24

 

 

 

1.5

1

6.2,10.2

033103321

Introduction   to Environmental Protection

C

16

 

 

 

1.0

3

1.3,6.2,7.1,7.2

033103093

Construction Materials

C

48

10

 

 

3.0

3

1.2,2.1,4.1,4.2,7.2

033107411

Intelligent Engineering Surveying

C

48

9

 

 

3.0

4

3.3,4.1,5.3,9.2

033105731

Mechanics of Materials

C

64

6

 

4

4.0

3

1.2,2.2,4.2,7.2

032101653

Structural Mechanics

C

64

 

 

 

4.0

4

1.2,2.2,3.1,5.1

033101827

Fluid Mechanics

C

32

4

 

 

2.0

4

1.2,2.2,4.2

033101921

Soil Mechanics

C

48

8

 

 

3.0

5

1.2,2.3,4.2

033101932

Theory of Concrete Structures

C

64

 

 

 

4.0

5

1.3,2.33.1,6.1

033100861

Theory of Steel Structures

C

40

 

 

 

2.5

6

1.3,2.3,6.2

033104481

Loads and Design Principles

C

24

 

 

 

1.5

4

2.2,2.3,6.2

033102191

Engineering Geology

C

32

6

 

 

2.0

4

2.1,4.2,6.1

033100612

Foundation Engineering

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

 

6

2.3,3.1,5.3

033105411

Building Codes

C

24

 

 

 

1.5

3

1.3,6.2,7.1,8.2

033103141

Civil Engineering Construction

C

64

 

 

 

4.0

6

3.1,5.1,6.1

033103101

Construction Project Management

C

32

 

 

 

2.0

5/7

2.1,3.2,7.1,11.1

Total

C

720

43

 

8

45.0

 

 

Elective Courses

Green intelligent building   module

033105113

Building   Construction**

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

3

1.2,2.2,9.1

033106361

Construction   Project Cost Management (Construction and underground engineering)**

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

7

1.3,10.1,11.2

033105541

Earthquake   Resistance and Disaster Prevention of Building Structure**

E

32

4

 

 

2.0

7

1.3,2.3,3.1,6.2

033107421

Green and sustainable building   structures**

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

7

3.2,7.1,7.2

033107391

Prefabricated   structure design **

E

48

 

 

 

3.0

6

3.2,7.1,7.2

033107371

Intelligent   Construction of Engineering Structure**

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

3.1,5.2

033107351

Intelligent   Construction of Engineering Structure**

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

1.1,2.1,2.3

033107381

Digital   Design and Fabrication of structural materials**

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

5

1.2,2.2,4.1,5.1,10.2,12.1

030101663

Digital   Image Processing and Applications

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

5/6

3.2,5.2

067101111

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent   Manufacturing

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

5/6

3.2,5.3

046100931

Mining Massive Data Sets

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

5/6

3.3,5.3

055103191

Block Chain Technology and Application

E

32

4

 

 

1.5

5/6

7.1,8.1

068106351

Wisdom City and Intellectual Economy

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

5/6

7.2,8.2

055103201

Cloud   Computing Application and Development

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

5/6

3.3,5.2

 

E

1. One   major module (12 credits) and one minor module (5 credits) must be selected   from the * * course.

2.   Minimum elective course credits required: 21credits

Constructional engineering module

033105113

Building   Science

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

3

1.2,2.2,9.1

033105551

Masonry   Structures

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

5

1.3,2.3,6.1

033105532

Concrete   Structural Design

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

1.3,2.3,3.1,6.1

033101451

Steel   Structural Design

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

7

3.2,5.3,7.2

033105541

Hazard   Mitigation for Buildings

E

32

4

 

 

2.0

7

1.3,2.3,3.1,6.2

033100521

Structural   Design for High-rise Buildings (1)

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

7

1.3,3.1

003101151

Structural   Test Theory

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

6

1.1,2.2,4.1,4.2

033105032

Integrated   Test of Structures

E

16

16

 

 

0.5

6

3.3,4.1,4.2,9.1

033106361

Construction Project Estimation

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

7

1.3,10.1,11.2

033106931

Program   Designing and Structure Software

E

24

 

 

8

1.5

7

3.3,5.3

033102641

Structural   Design for High-rise Buildings (2)

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

7

1.3,2.3

033104661

Stability   & limit Analysis of Structures

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

5

1.1,2.2

033104752

Design   Theory of Composite Structures

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

7

1.3,2.3,5.3,6.1

 

 

E

1. One   major module (12 credits) and one minor module (5 credits) must be selected   from the * * course.

2.   Minimum elective course credits required: 21credits

Subsurface structure module

033105532

Concrete   Structural Design

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

1.3,2.3,3.1,6.1

033102772

Foundation   Treatment

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

6

1.3,2.33.1

033104251

Excavation   Engineering

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

6

1.3,3.3

033105391

Rock   Mechanics

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

6

1.2,3.1

033104261

Underground   Structural Design

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

7

1.3,2.3,3.3

033102981

Geotechnical   Engineering ---Testing & Monitoring Technology

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

1.2,3.1,3.2,4.2,5.1

033102433

Geotechnical   Engineering --- Surveying

E

16

 

 

 

0.5

7

1.3,4.1,4.2

033102341

Foundation   Engineering – Special Topics

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

7

1.3,3.2

033106361

Construction Project Estimation

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

7

1.3,10.1,11.2

033105113

Building   Science

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

3

1.2,2.2,9.1

033103221

Hydrogeology   Theory

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

5

1.3,4.2

033100593

Tunnel   Engineering

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

5

1.1,3.2

033103391

Slope Engineering

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

7

1.1,3.2,10.1

 

 

E

1. One   major module (12 credits) and one minor module (5 credits) must be selected   from the * * course.

2.   Minimum elective course credits required: 21credits

Bridge   engineering module

033106321

Bridge Engineering1

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

5

1.3,2.3,3.1,6.1

033106341

Bridge Engineering2

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

1.3,2.3,6.1

033107071

Steel and Composite Bridges

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

6

1.1,3.1,6.1

033100592

Tunnel Engineering

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

5

1.3,2.3,3.1,10.1

033107081

Structural Analysis and   Software for Bridge Engineering

E

24

 

 

8

1.5

6

1.3,2.3,5.3

033107091

Inspection and Integrated Test   of Bridge

E

24

8

 

 

1.5

6

1.3,4.2,5.1

033107111

Bridge Maintenance &   Reinforcement

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

7

2.2,3.1,4.2

033106961

Hydrology and Hydraulics for   Bridges Engineering

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

5

2.2,3.2,7.1

033105251

Construction Project Cost   Estimation for Roads and Bridges

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

7

1.1,2.2,11.2

033100451

Wind and Seismic Design of   Bridges

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

7

1.3,2.2,3.3

033107021

Intelligent Bridge

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

4

1.1,5.1,6.1,12.1

033106951

Intelligent Construction and   BIM in Bridge Engineering

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

1.3,2.3,3.3,5.3

 

 

E

1. One   major module (12 credits) and one minor module (5 credits) must be selected   from the * * course.

2.   Minimum elective course credits required: 21credits

Road engineering module

033106911

Road Survey and Design

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

5

1.3,2.2,3.1,7.2,9.1,10.1

033100372

Subgrade   Engineering

E

32

4

 

 

2.0

5/6

1.3,2.2,4.2,5.1

033100502

Pavement Engineering

E

32

4

 

 

2.0

5/6

1.3,2.2,4.2,5.1

033106971

Smart Road Design

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

1.3,3.3,5.1,9.1

033101102

Pavement Maintenance &   Management

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

6

4.1,5.3,6.1

033106511

Green and Intelligent road construction

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

6

1.2,9.1,10.1

033105251

Construction Project   Estimation for Roads and Bridges

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

7

1.1,2.2,11.2

033101053

Transportation Engineering

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

7

1.1,2.1,3.2,6.1,7.1

033101022

Urban Interchange And Road   planning

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

5/7

1.3,2.2,3.1,7.2,9.1,10.1

033101242

Survey and Design of Short   Span Bridge and Culvert

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

7

1.3,3.1,6.1

 

 

E

1. One   major module (12 credits) and one minor module (5 credits) must be selected   from the * * course.

2.   Minimum elective course credits required: 21credits

Public elective courses

033105191

Structural   Mechanics–Special Topics**

Recommended   Courses

E

32

4

 

 

2.0

5

1.1,2.2,5.1

033101784

Elastic   Theory**

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

5

1.2,2.2,5.1

033103131

Engineering   Economics

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

5

3.3,9.1,11.1

033105691

Civil   Engineering and Human Life

Freshmen   Seminars

E

16

 

 

 

1

2

6.2,7.1,8.2

033106251

Civil   Engineering Disasters and Prevention

E

16

 

 

 

1

2

6.2,9.1

033106241

Human-Vehicle   - Road

E

16

 

 

 

1

1

1.2,10.1

033101121

Energy   and Sustainable Development

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

2

7.1,7.2

033100332

Bridge   Aesthetics

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

2

3.2,6.2,7.2

033106941

Engineering Machinery

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

3

1.2,4.2,5.1

045100772

C++ Design Program Fundamental

E

40

 

 

8

2.0

3

2.2,4.2.5.2

033103701

IT   Technology of Project Management

E

32

 

 

6

2.0

4

4.2,5.2,11.2

033105511

Real   Estate Development & Management

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

5

3.2,6.1,7.1,11.2

033104682

Construction   Project Bidding

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

5

3.2,6.1,7.1,11.2

033103123

Hydrology

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

5

1.3,2.3

033107051

Introduction   of Prefabricated Construction

E

24

 

 

12

1.5

5

1.1,2.2,3.1,6.1

033106911

Seepage   Mechanics of Groundwater

E

24

 

 

 

1.5

6

1.3,2.1,4.2

033103973

An   Introduction to Bridge Engineering

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

6

1.3,3.1

033102245

An   Introduction to Road Engineering

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

6

1.2,9.1,10.1

033106921

Road   and Traffic Safety

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

6

1.3,2.2,10.1

033105931

Structure   Optimization -Special Topics

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

6/7

3.5,4.5

033105891

Wind   Effect & Control for High-rise Buildings

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

6/7

1.3,3.3,4.2,5.1

033104302

Long-span   Structures Design

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

7

1.3,5.1,12.1

033102441

Seminars   in Civil Engineering

Subject   Frontiers Courses

E

16

 

 

16

0.5

1~4

6.1,7.1

033107021

Intelligent Bridge

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

4

1.1,5.1,6.1,12.1

033106331

Intelligent   Structure System

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

6/7

1.1,2.1,2.3

033107421

Green   and Sustainable Building Structures

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

7

3.2,7.1,7.2

033102391

Design Test of Civil   Engineering Materials

Contest-Teaching Integrated Courses,   Innovation Practice

E

16

16

 

 

0.5

3

4.2,9.1

033101571

Structural   Model Analysis & Experiments

 E

16

8

 

 

1.0

4/6

3.3,4.1,9.1,10.1

033106142

The frontier Experiments of   Civil Engineering

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

6/7

10.1,12.3

033106991

Structural   Innovative Design Method

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

6/7

3.3,5.1

033106981

Structural   Vibration Experiments of

Civil   Engineering

E

16

 

 

 

0.5

6/7

3.3,4.1,4.2,9.1

033105902

Structural   Model Design and Test Method of Shaking Table Experiment

E

16

 

 

 

0.5

7

3.3,4.1,4.2,9.1

033105921

Theory   of Elastic Mechanics and FEM

Baccalaureate-Master’s   Integrated Courses

E

48

 

 

 

3.0

7

1.1,2.2,5.1,10.2

033105881

Advanced   Theory of Concrete Structures

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7/8

1.3,2.3,4.2,5.3

033105491

Civil   Engineering Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship   Courses

E

16

 

 

 

1.0

7/8

9.2,10.1,11.2

020100051

Innovation   Research Training

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

 

020100041

Innovation   Research Practice I

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

 

020100031

Innovation   Research Practice II

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

 

020100061

Entrepreneurial   Practice

E

32

 

 

 

2.0

7

 

Total

E

Minimum elective course credits required:   21credits

3. Practice-concentrated Training

Course No

Course Title

C/E

Total Curriculum Hours

Credits

Semester

Student Outcomes

Practice

weeks

Lecture Hours

Green intelligent building module

033104211

Design Course of Building Architecture

C

2   weeks

 

2.0

3

2.3,5.1,8.2,9.1

033107131

Design Course of Foundation Engineering

(Construction and underground engineering)

C

1   week

 

1.0

7

2.3,3.1,5.3,10.1

033107361

Design   Course of Intelligent Construction in Civil Engineering

C

2   weeks

 

2.0

6

3.3,5.1,6.1

033107061

Practice   Course of Construction Estimation (Construction and underground engineering)

C

1   week

 

1.0

7

1.3,5.1,10.1,11.2

033107401

Fabricated   Structure Course Design

C

4   weeks

 

4.0

7

2.3,5.1,8.2,9.1

 

 

 

9   weeks

 

9.0