Department Details
Branch: Engineerings
Department: Civil Engineering Department
Location: Adminstrative Building

 Compulsory Courses :( 81.5 units)

1) Basic Courses: (13 units)

Code

Course Title

Prerequisite

Units

Lec

Ex.

Lab.

MTH 101

Mathimatics C

MTH 002

3

2

2

--

ENG 191

Mathimatics for civil eng.

ENG 022

3

2

2

--

MTH 102

Mathematic D

MTH 101

3

2

2

--

CT 151

Eng. Geology

 

2

2

--

1

PHY 106

Physics C

PHY 002

2

2

2

--

2) Engineering Courses: (54 units)

Code

Course Title

Prerequisite

Units

Lec

Ex.

Lab.

CT 153

 Theory of Structure 1

 ENG 199 & MTH 002

3

2

2

--

 CT 152

 Civil Eng. Drawing 1

 ENG 004

1

--

--

4

 CT 155

 Surveying 1

 MTH 002

4

3

2

1

 CT 112

 Theory of Structure 2

 CT 153

3

2

2

--

 CT 156

  Civil Eng. Drawing 2

 CT 152

1

--

--

4

 CT 111

 Materials 1

 

4

3

1

1

 CT 114

 Materials 2

 CT 111

3

3

--

2

 CT 199

 Computer Programing For Civil

 CS 002

2

1

--

3

 CT 191

 Mechanicals And Electricals Eng.

 PHY 106

2

2

--

1

 CT 104

 Fluid Mechanics

  ENG 199 & MTH 002

3

3

1

1

 CT 142

 Materials 3

 CT 153

3

2

2

--

 CT 113

 Building Construction

 

2

2

--

1

 CT 121

 Reinforced Concrete

 CT 112 & CT 114 & CT 152

3

3

1

--

 CT 122

 Metallic Structures 1

 CT 112 & CT 152

3

2

2

--

 CT 123

 Soil Mechanics 1

 CT 151

3

2

1

1

 CT 170

  Surveying 2

 CT 155

3

3

--

3

 CT 161

 Hydraulics 1

 CT 104

3

3

1

1

 CT 154

 Irrigation and Drainage

 CT 161

4

3

--

2

 CT 163

  Soil Mechanics 2

 CT 123

2

2

--

2

 CT 157

 Diploma Project

 Department Approval

2

1

--

3

3) Humanities and Language Courses: (4.5 units)

Code

Course Title

Prerequisite

Units

Lec.

Ex.

Lab.

 LNG 101

 English Language C

 LNG 002

1

--

--

3

 ENG 151

 Engineering Economy

 

1

2

--

--

 MNG 101

 Principles of Management

 

1

--

2

0

 PHE 101

 Physics C

 PHE 002

0.5

--

--

3

 PHE 102

 Physics D

 PHE 101

0.5

--

--

3

 PHE 103

 Physics E

 PHE 102

0.5

--

--

3

4) Field Training: (10 units)

Code

Course Title

Prerequisite

Units

Lec.

Ex.

Lab.

 FTR 101

 Field Training 1

 ITR 001

5

--

--

30

 FTR 102

 Field Training 2

 FTR 101

5

--

--

30

Elective Humanities and Language Courses :( 2 units required)

Code

Course Title

Prerequisite

Units

Lec.

Ex.

Lab.

HUM 102

Modern Egyptian History

 

1

2

--

--

HUM 103

Islamic Civilization (I)

 

1

2

--

--

HUM 104

Arabic Literature

 

1

2

--

--

LNG 102

Technical English (A)

LNG 101

1

--

--

3

LNG 103

German Language (A)

 

1

--

--

3

LNG 104

French Language (A)

 

1

--

--

3

Bachelor Stage (83.5 Units)  

Compulsory Courses :( 71.5 units)

1) Basic Courses: (5 units)

Code

Course Title

Prerequisite

Units

Lec.

Ex.

Lab.

MTH 103

Numerical Methods

MTH 101

3

2

2

--

MTH 105

Statistical methods

MTH 101

2

2

2

--

2) Engineering and Technological Courses: (54 units)

Code

Course Title

Prerequisite

Units

Lec.

Ex.

Lab.

CT 200

Project Management for Civil Eng.

MNG 101

1

1

--

3

CT 211

Theory of Structures (3)

CT 112

3

2

2

--

CT 212

Theory of Structures (4)

CT 211

2

3

2

--

CT 213

Theory of Structures (5)

CT 212 & CS 199

2

2

1

2

CT 277

Surveying (3)

CT 170

3

3

--

1

CT 221

Reinforced Concrete (2)

CT 121

3

3

3

--

CT 215

Metallic Structures (2)

CT 122 & CT 211

3

3

3

--

CT 262

Hydraulics (2)

CT 161

2

2

1

1

CT 264

Irrigation Works Design (1)

CT 154 & CT 221 & CT 156

2

3

2

--

CT 253

Transportation Planning Eng.

MTH 105 & CT 155

3

3

--

2

CT 223

Reinforced Concrete (3)

CT 221 & CT 211

2

2

2

--

CT 251

Inland Navigation and Harbor Eng.

CT 161

3

3

2

--

CT 231

Highway and Airport Eng.

CT 253 & CT 123

3

3

2

1

CT 271

Railway Eng.

CT 253

3

3

2

--

CT 263

Water Supply and Sewerage Sys.

CT 262

3

3

2

--

CT 216

Specifications, Bids and Contracts

CT 113 & CT 121

1

--

2

--

CT 224

Reinforced Concrete (4)

CT 223

2

2

2

--

CT 225

Metallic Structures (3)

CT 215

2

2

2

--

CT 265

Irrigation Works Design (2)

CT 264

2

2

2

1

CT 222

Foundation Eng.

CT 163 & CT 121

4

3

3

--

CT 274

Water and Waste Water

CT 161

2

3

2

--

CT 252

Civil Eng. Project

Department Approval

3

--

--

6

3) Humanities and Language Courses: (2.5 units)

Code

Course Title

Prerequisite

Units

Lec.

Ex.

Lab.

LNG 201

English Language (D)

LNG 101

1

--

--

3

PHE 201

Physical Education and Activities 1

PHE 103

0.5

--

--

3

PHE 202

Physical Education and Activities 2

PHE 201

0.5

--

--

3

PHE 203

Physical Education and Activities 3

PHE 202

0.5

--

--

3

4) Field Training: (10 units)

Code

Course Title

Prerequisite

Units

Lec.

Ex.

Lab.

FTR 201

Field Training (3)

FTR 102

5

--

--

30

FTR 202

Field Training (4)

FTR 201

5

--

--

30

 Elective Courses :(12 units)

1) Basic Courses: (5 units required)

Code

Course Title

Prerequisite

Units

Lec.

Ex.

Lab.

MTH 201

Mathematics (E)

MTH 102

3

2

2

--

MTH 203

Numerical Analysis

MTH 103

3

2

2

--

MTH 204

Statistical Analysis

MTH 101

3

2

2

--

ENG 221

Modeling and Simulation

MTH 105

2

2

--

--

2) Engineering Courses: (4 units required)

Code

Course Title

Prerequisite

Units

Lec.

Ex.

Lab.

CT 254

Technical Report Writing

CT 216 & LNG 201

2

2

1

--

CT 301

Hydraulic Structures

CT 161

2

2

1

--

CT 303

Coastal and Harbor Eng.

CT 161

2

2

1

--

CT 305

Surface and Ground

CT 262

2

2

1

--

CT 307

Irrigation and Drainage Eng.

CT 154

2

2

1

--

CT 309

Selected Topics in Water Res.

TBA

2

2

1

--

CT 311

Water Pollution Control Processes

CT 274

2

2

1

--

CT 313

Environmental Eng.

CT 274

2

2

1

--

CT 315

Wastewater Reclamation

CT 274

2

2

1

--

CT 317

Industrial Wastes

CT 274

2

2

1

--

CT 319

Selected Topics in Environmental

CT 274

2

2

1

--

CT 321

Airport Eng.

CT 231

2

2

1

--

CT 323

Traffic Eng.

CT 253

2

2

1

--

CT 325

Pavement Design

CT 231

2

2

1

--

CT 327

Transportation Planning

CT 253

2

2

1

--

CT 329

Selected Topics in Transportation

TBA

2

2

1

--

CT 331

Geodetic Surveying and Theory er.

CT 277

2

2

1

--

CT 333

Spherical Astronomy

TBA

2

2

1

--

CT 341

Advanced Strength of Materials

CT 213

2

2

1

--

CT 254

Technical Report Writing

CT 216 & LNG 201

2

2

1

--

CT 301

Hydraulic Structures

CT 161

2

2

1

--

CT 303

Coastal and Harbor Eng.

CT 161

2

2

1

--

CT 305

Surface and Ground

CT 262

2

2

1

--

CT 307

Irrigation and Drainage Eng.

CT 154

2

2

1

--

CT 309

Selected Topics in Water Res.

TBA

2

2

1

--

CT 311

Water Pollution Control Processes

CT 274

2

2

1

--

CT 313

Environmental Eng.

CT 274

2

2

1

--

CT 315

Wastewater Reclamation

CT 274

2

2

1

--

CT 317

Industrial Wastes

CT 274

2

2

1

--

CT 319

Selected Topics in Environmental

CT 274

2

2

1

--

CT 321

Airport Eng.

CT 231

2

2

1

--

CT 323

Traffic Eng.

CT 253

2

2

1

--

CT 325

Pavement Design

CT 231

2

2

1

--

CT 327

Transportation Planning

CT 253

2

2

1

--

CT 329

Selected Topics in Transportation

TBA

2

2

1

--

CT 331

Geodetic Surveying and Theory er.

CT 277

2

2

1

--

CT 333

Spherical Astronomy

TBA

2

2

1

--

3) Humanities and Language Courses: (3 units required)

Code

Course Title

Prerequisite

Units

Lec.

Ex.

Lab.

MNG 221

Engineering Economy (II)

ENG 151

1

2

--

--

MNG 222

Behavior Discipline

 

1

2

--

--

MNG 223

Economics of Management

 

1

2

--

--

HUM 201

History of Egypt Tech. Develop.

 

1

2

--

--

HUM 202

English Literature

LNG 201

1

--

--

3

HUM 203

Trade Law

 

1

2

--

--

HUM 204

Industrial Psychology

 

1

2

--

--

HUM 205

Islamic Civilization (II)

 

1

2

--

--

HUM 206

Islamic Studies

 

1

2

--

--

LNG 202

Technical English (B)

LNG 102

1

--

--

3

LNG 203

German Language (B)

LNG 103

1

--

--

3

LNG 204

French Language (B)

LNG 104

1

--

--

3

Department OF Civil Engineering Short Course Description

CT 104: Fluid Mechanics,   3(3, 1, 1)

Properties of Fluids: Statics of Fluids, Equation of One Dimension. Flow over Notches and weirs, Rotary Motion of Fluids, Flow of Viscous Fluids. Surface Resistance; Introduction to the Boundary Layer Theory; Resistance in Pipes and Conduits.

CT 111: Properties And Testing of  Materials (1),   4(3, 1, 1)

Engineering materials; properties and testing of materials; specifications; concrete ingredients-Coarse aggregate, Fine aggregate, Cement; building stones; bricks; lime; gypsum; wood; physical, mechanical and chemical properties of these materials in addition to specified tests.

CT 112: Theory Of Structures (2),   3(2, 2, 0)

Types of structures, supports and loads. Idealization of structures and loads. Geometric stability and determinacy, analysis of determinate trusses, beams, plane frames and arches; reaction computation; axial force, shear force and bending moment diagrams. Internal force releases. Load-shear-moment relationships. Differential equation of elastic curve. Deflections by integration, moment-area, conjugate-beam and virtual work methods. Influence lines of determinate structures.

CT 113: Building Construction,   2(2, 0, 1)

Building construction techniques; conventional methods, construction automation, Prefabrication methods. Architectural drawings and details, construction sequences of buildings, foundations, insulation, staircases, roofs, walls, paints, floorings, electrical and Plumbing services.

CT 114: Properties And Testing of Materials (2),   3(3, 0, 2)

Admixtures on concrete, rule of water on concrete, factors affecting concrete manufacturing, various methods used in these stages, statistical analysis in quality control and design mix, methods for mix design, fresh concrete properties and tests, hard concrete properties and tests, special concrete, effect of shrinkage and creep on concrete.

CT 121: Reinforced Concrete (1),   3(3, 1, 0)

Fundamentals and design theories based on ultimate strength design and elastic concepts. Egyptian and ACI Code requirements. Load factors. Analysis and design of reinforced concrete members subject to flexure, shear and diagonal tension in accordance to strength method. Bond, anchorage and development length. Deflection and crack control.

CT 122: Metallic Structures (1), 3(2, 2, 0)

Fundamentals and principles necessary for the design of steel structures. Egyptian and American codes. Steel properties, Loads, Design of Tension members, Design of Bolted Connections, Design of Welded Connections and Design of Compression members. Structural systems including Trusses.

CT 123: Soil Mechanics (1),   3(2, 1, 1)

Soil Formation, Physical properties; Hydraulic properties and permeability, Stress Distribution; Consolidation; Shear strength; Soil Exploration and Soil Testing.

CT 142: Properties And Testing Of Materials (3), 3(2, 2, 0)

Various kinds of materials, classification of materials, its properties, it’s characteristics. The various kinds of testing machines and load application, load measuring and calibration of testing machines. The various kinds of strain gauges, different kinds of tests made on materials, static tension of metals, static compression of materials. , bending of materials, shear of materials, Hardness of metals, fatigue of metals.

CT 151: Engineering Geology,   2(2, 0, 1)

Sources and processing for both natural and synthetic aggregates needed for construction, minerals and rock types. Structural geology and influence of geological features on engineering works.

CT 152: Civil Engineering Drawing (1),   1(0, 0, 4)

Metallic Structures: Columns and Bases, Trusses, Built - up Sections, Joints. Concrete Structures: Reinforcement details.

CT 153: Theory Of Structures (1),   3(2, 2, 0)

Stress, strain, Hook's law. Modulus of elasticity, modulus of rigidity and Poisson's ratio. Statical determination of axial force, shear force, bending moment and torque in bars, beams and circular shafts. Load-shear-moment relationship in beams. Section Kinematics; strain and stress distribution and their resultants. Normal and shear stress distributions in beams of different shapes. Transformation of stress and strain, Mohr’s circle. Spherical and cylindrical pressure vessels. Elastic buckling of columns.

CT 154: Irrigation and Drainage,   4(3, 0, 2)

Water Resources, Meteorology, Hydrology, Application to Nile Projects, Modern Irrigation Systems. Basin and Perronial Systems of Irrigation. Drainage with Introduction to Underground water.

CT 155: Surveying (1),   4(3, 2, 1)

Introduction to surveying, Mapping Using Linear Measurements, Different Types of Scales, Compass Surveying and Traverse Computations Area Determination. Leveling: Type of levels, method of calculation, Vertical section: Profile and Cross sections, Contouring earth work.

CT 156: Civil Engineering Drawing (2),   1(0, 0, 4)

Civil and Irrigation structures: Earth slopes, Retaining walls, Some Civil and Irrigation Structures, Introduction to Computer aided Drafting.

CT 157: Diploma Project,   2(1, 0, 3)

Benefits of using computer aided drafting, instead of hand drawing. Drawing commands, modifying commands, dimension commands, Layers and text and plotting commands.

CT 161: Hydraulics (1),   3(3, 1, 1)

Pipelines and pipe systems; hydraulic models and similitude; flow in open channels; hydraulic structures and flow measurements. Hydraulic pumps and turbines.

CT 163: Soil Mechanics (2),   2(2, 0, 2) 

Soil Compaction: Laboratory and Field Methods, stability of slopes, Seepage through soil, Dewatering, Introduction to Foundation Engineering: Shallow Foundations, Bearing Capacity, and Settlement Analysis.

CT 170: Surveying (2),   3(3, 0, 3)

Theodolite: temporary and permanent adjustment of theodolite, measuring of horizontal and vertical angles,, errors in measuring horizontal and vertical angles. Tacheometric surveying: Stadia and Tangential method, Subtence bar. Traversing: Omitted observations, link traverse. Curves: Setting out of Horizontal and Vertical Curves.

CT 191: Mechanical & Electrical Engineering,   2(2, 0, 1)

Mechanical : Engineering principles of equipment used in civi1 engineering work, excavation equipment, concrete mixing,  equipment for asphalt making and paving, pumps, rates of operation and methods of control, rates of moving and handling  of materials, maintenance methods. Electrical : Electrical Circuits for Direct and Alternating current, Three phase circuits, Distribution of Electric power, Electric motors and their applications in civil Engineering, Transformers and their use, Electronic Circuits in civil Engineering applications.

CT 200: Project Management for Civil Engineering, 1(1, 0, 3)

Definition of engineering projects, Modeling of projects, tasks and subtasks as activity, networks, Principles and practices of critical path methodology under conditions of certainty (CPM) and uncertainty (PERT). Resource loading and cost crashing concepts with and without resource limitations. Use of computer programs in managing engineering projects.


CT 211: Theory Of Structures (3),   3(2, 2, 0)

Analysis of indeterminate structures; trusses, beams, plane frames and arches. Axial force, shear force and bending moment diagrams. Method of consistent deformations, prestrain and support movement effects. Slope deflection method. Reciprocal law. Moment distribution; sway consideration. Analysis of non-prismatic members.

CT 212: Theory Of Structures (4),   2(3, 2, 0)

Strain due to axial force, bending moment, shear force and torsion. Energy and complementary energy concepts. Virtual work method; linear and nonlinear systems. Castigliano's theorem. Principle of minimum potential energy. Differential equations of beams and beam-columns in static and dynamic equilibrium. Finite difference and Rayleigh-Ritz method of solution; approximate methods of structural analysis; portal and cantilever methods; sketching of deflected shapes. Influence lines of indeterminate structures; trusses and beams, Introduction to Matrix Methods of Analysis.

CT 213: Theory Of Structures (5),   2(2, 1, 2)

Matrix Stiffness Analysis, element and structural stiffness assembly, development of computer programs for linear elastic structural analysis.

CT 215: Metallic Structures (2),   3(3, 3, 0)

Basic behavior of steel structures, including both the component parts and the completed structures. Allowable stress Design and Plastic Design concepts. Laterally supported and unsupported Beams, Continuous Beams, Composite Design, Beam - Column Elements, Bracing Systems, Connection Detailing and stiffening . Structural systems include Rigid Frames, Floor Systems and Buildings.

CT 216: Specifications, Bids and Contracts,   1(0, 2, 0)

Introduction to the legal and contractual aspects of the construction industry. Techniques for coordinating decisions and actions in the design and construction of engineering projects. Bidding strategies and procedures. Different types of Specifications. Contract documents.

CT 221: Reinforced Concrete (2),   3(3, 3, 0)

Design of floor systems, one way, two ways, ribbed, hollow and flat slabs. Design for torsion, combined shear and torsion by the strength method. Design of continuous beams. Moment redistribution for minimum rotation capacity. Design of columns under axial and eccentric loading, short and long columns, Staircases, Footings.

CT 222; Foundation Engineering,   4(3, 3, 0)

Types of foundation systems and design criteria, design of shallow foundations and deep foundations, construction methods, effects of construction on nearby structures, special topics and case studies.

CT 223: Reinforced Concrete (3),   2(2, 2, 0)

Rectangular and circular tanks and fluids containers, Underground, on the ground and elevated tanks, Design end working drawings of beams, frames, arches, trusses and saw tooth roofs .

CT 224: Reinforced Concrete (4), 2(2, 2, 0)

Prestressed concrete elements: Introduction, stresses under working loads, ultimate loads and flexural strength, shear, camber and deflection, dimensioning. Tall buildings under lateral loads, lateral load resisting systems. Repair of concrete structures. Special structures.

CT 225: Metallic Structures (3),   2(2, 2, 0)

Fundamentals and Principles of Steel Bridges. Egyptian code. Distinctive features, Analysis procedure and Design of the most widely used Bridge Systems. Loads, Deck Systems and Structural Systems. Structural Systems include Truss Bridges, Plate Girder Bridges, Parallel Girder Systems, Stiffened Suspension Bridges and Cable Stayed Bridges. Additional topics include orthotropic plate decks, grid reinforced decks, bracing systems, structural details and elastromeric bearings.

CT 231: Highway and Airport Engineering,   3(3, 2, 1)

Basic Design Control: Motion of Vehicles, Sight Distances, Alignment, Intersections. Earthwork: Soil Classification, Soil Stabilization, Flexible and Rigid Pavements, Highway Drain. Introduction to Airport Engineering.

CT 251: Inland Navigation and Harbor Engineering, 3(3, 2, 0)

Types of Harbors, Studies of the Natural Phenomena, Quays. Hydraulic Model Studies, Planning of Harbors, Light Houses and Guiding Signals. Breakwaters, Spillways, Dry Docks. Inland Navigation.

CT 252: Civil Engineering Project, 3(0, 0, 6)

An independent research and/or design project to be carried out under the supervision of a staff member, running over two semesters in the fifth year. The results must be submitted in the form of a thesis, judged and marked by a jury of at least two staff members.

CT 253: Transportation Planning and Traffic Engineering,     3(3, 0, 2)

Principles of Transportation Planning and Traffic Engineering, Road-User and Vehicle Characteristics. Travel Time, Speed and Volume Studies, Highway Capacity, Pedestrian, Parking and Accident Studies, Traffic Control Devices, Grade Separations and / or Interchanges.

CT 254: Technical Report Writing, 2(2, 1, 0)

Study of basic organization, style and mechanics of technical and administrative reports. Practice in assignments such as technical descriptions, proposals, recommendations, and instruction. Emphasis on planning, organizing, and writing reports; design of visual aids; elements of technical editing and preparation of final drafts.

CT 262: Hydraulics (2), 2(2, 1, 1)

Fluid flow around immersed objects, unsteady flow in open and closed conduits, engineering applications.

CT 263: Water Supply and Sewerage Systems,   3(3, 2, 0)

Quantity of Water and Wastewater. Design of Collection Works . Design of Water Supply networks including pumping stations and storage capacity. Design of Sanitary and Storm sewers, including appurtenances. Design of Sewage Pumping Station . Disposal of Treated Wastewater.

CT 264: Irrigation Works Design (1), 2(3, 2, 0)

Canals and Drains: Classification, Synoptic Diagrams, Design of cross and Longitudinal Sections. Culverts: Hydraulic and Structural Design. Small Bridges for Irrigation Works: Hydraulic and Structural Design. Intermediate and Tail Escapes.

CT 265: Irrigation Works Design (2), 2(2, 2, 1)

Heading Up Structures: Overflow and Standing Wave Weirs, Head and Partial Regulators, Barrages. Navigation Structures: Locks, Gates, Navigation Connections. Crossing Structures: Siphons, Aqueducts, and Tunnels. Storage Structures: Dams (Aswan Dam, High Dam).

CT 271: Railway Engineering,   3(3, 2, 0)

Dynamics of Rolling, Track Alignment, Railway Branches. Design and Details of Track Parts. Stations and Yards. Signals, Maintenance, Renewing.

CT 274: Water and Wastewater Treatment,   2(3, 2, 0)

Water quality and standards. Water treatment, including clarification, filtration, disinfection and softening. Characteristics of wastewater. Sewage treatment, including solids removal and biological processes.

CT 277: Surveying (3),   3(3, 0, 1)

Introduction to Theory of Errors and Error Analysis of Surveying Measurements. Triangulation network. Coordinate Systems and Transformations. Coordinate Computations: intersection, and resection. Modern Methods for Distance Measurements: Electromagnetic Distance Measurement (EDM) and Total Station. Spherical trigonometry, spherical excess and convergence of meridian.

CT 301: Hydraulic Structures, 3(2, 1, 0)

Design of inlet and outlet structures for irrigation canals. Cross structures, culverts, siphons and aqueducts. Energy dissipation below hydraulic structures. Spillways. Design of dams.

CT 303: Coastal and Harbor Engineering, 3(2, 1, 0)

Water Waves. Definition, analysis, refraction, diffraction and reflection of waves. Measurements of waves. Coastal currents and tides. Motion of sediment along coasts. Surveying of coastal areas and collection of data. Harbors, type, selection of site and its constituents for various purposes. Breakwaters and jetties, design and maintenance. Wharf design, shipway and dry docks. Shore protection.

CT 305: Surface &Ground-Water Hydrology, 3(2, 1, 0)

Review of hydrologic cycle elements. Computation of average precipitation stream flow and stage discharge relationship. Hydrographic. Analysis, infiltration indices, hydrographic of basin out flow. Unit hydrographic. Storage routing, natural channels and reservoirs. Probability concepts in design recurrence interval. Flood frequency analysis and flow direction curves. Ground water, hydraulics of wells, boundary effects, well construction and maintenance.

CT 307: Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 3(2, 1, 0)

Soil water relations. Planning irrigation and drainage schemes. Water requirement. Methods of irrigation. Design of canals and drains, subsurface drainage, introduction to the design of irrigation structures.

CT 309: Selected Topics in Water Resources,   3(2, 1, 0)

Selected Topics among the Following: Unsteady Closed Conduit Flow, Non-uniform Open Channel Flow, Hydraulic Machinery (pumps and turbines), Mechanic of Sediment Transport, Turbulent Jets and Diffusion Processes, Saturated and Unsaturated Flow through Porous Media, Hydraulic structures.

CT 311: Water Pollution Control Processes,   2(2, 1, 0)

Fundamental theories of Water Pollution Control Processes and their application to Water and Wastewater treatment; Gas Transfer, Sedimentation, Coagulation and Flocculation, Filtration, Reverse Osmosis , Electrodialysis , Adsorption Processes using Activated Carbon , Ion Exchange, aerobic and anaerobic Biological Oxidation Processes, Disinfection Processes.

CT 313: Environmental Engineering,   2(2, 1, 0)

Introduction to pollution problems and impact of development on the Environment. Liquid waste disposal: overland, in streams, lake and sea Solid wastes: management, characteristics, storage, collection, disposal, and recycling. Air pollution: sources, pollutants, effects and control. Noise pollution: sources, effect and control.

CT 315: Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse,   2(2, 1, 0)

Wastewater reuse as an essential part of water resources management. Characteristics of municipal secondary effluents and quality standards for reuse. Reclaimed Wastewater use in agricultural, landscaping, recreational and industrial developments. Industrial wastes: characteristics, reclamation and recycling. Combining of treatment units to achieve the required water quality standards.

CT 317: Industrial Wastes, 2(2, 1, 0)                                      

   Quality and Quantity of water supplies to Industries. Source , Quantity and Characteristics of Industrial Wastes. Methods of Treatment and Disposal of Industrial Wastewater. Air Pollution from Industry and its Disposal . Solid Wastes and its Disposal Methods. Pollution Minimization through Industrial Process changes .

CT 319: Selected Topics In Environmental Eng. 2(2, 1, 0)

Sources of Water Pollution, its  Effects and Treatment . Advanced Treatment Methods and Sewage Disposal . Air Pollution and its Control. Solid Wastes: Sources, Management and Disposal. Noise Pollution and its Control. Hazardous Wastes Management Treatment and Disposal. Pollution Prevention Technology. 

CT 321: Airport Engineering, 3(2, 1, 0)

Aircraft characteristics. Air traffic control. Airport capacity. Airport configuration. Design of the landing area. Airport terminals. Design of airport pavements. Lighting and markings.

CT 323: Traffic Engineering, 3(2, 1, 0)

Components of traffic systems. Traffic studies. Traffic flow theory. Capacity of urban streets and intersections. Introduction to Queuing Theory. Traffic signals, signs, and marking. Parking. Pedestrians. Traffic safety .

CT 325: Pavement Design,   3(2, 1.0)

Pavement systems. Materials characterization for design. Introduction to elastic theory. Asphalt concrete pavement design. Portland concrete pavement design. Pavement rehabilitation.

CT 327: Transportation Planning,   3(2, 1, 0)

Urban and regional transportation planning. The transportation planning process Models. Case studies.

CT 329: Selected Topics in Transportation Engineering,        2 (2, 1, 0)

Selected Topics among the Following: Pavement Systems and Management, Specific Issues in Transportation Planning, Advanced Techniques in Materials and Pavement Characterization, Traffic Models, Analysis of Traffic Accidents.

CT 331: Geodetic Surveying and Theory of Errors,   2(2, 1, 0)

Introduction to Geodesy. True figure of the earth. Geodetic Coordinate System. Spheroid and Geoid. Spheroidal excess. Geodetic Vertical Control, Global Positioning System (GPS). Least square method, Precision of observations.  Measuring deformation of structures: using different surveying techniques in measuring settlement and tilting of structures with time

CT 333: Spherical Astronomy,  2(2, 1, 0)

Celestial sphere, astronomical definitions, astronomical coordinates, determination of latitude, local time, determination of longitude, geographic north, determination of the time (sidereal time, solar time, and standard time) stars and observation instruments. Geographical Information System (GIS). Introduction to remote sensing,

CT 341: Advanced Strength of Materials.   2(2, 1, 0)

Stress-strain relationship. Unsymmetrical bending, prismatic and non-prismatic members. Curved beams. Torsion of bars of non-circular sections. Elastic buckling of bars. Beams on elastic foundations. Theories of failure.

CT 345: Computer Applications in Structural Eng. 2(2, 1, 0)

Development and implementation of computer programs in Fortran, Basic and Spreadsheets in the area of stress-strain analysis, matrix structural analysis, numerical methods, design process of reinforced concrete and steel members, and concrete mix-design and quality control.

CT 347: Plastic Structural Analysis.   2(2, 1, 0)

Plastic hinge and plastic collapse concepts; plastic moment of resistance. Basic theorems. Plastic collapse loads of beams and portal frames. Effect of normal and shear forces. Load-displacement relationship. Plastic design.

CT 349: Selected Topics in Structural Analysis.   2(2, 1, 0)

Selected Topics from the Following: Analysis of Space Structures, Soil Structure Interaction, Finite Element Methods, Finite Strip Methods, Elastic Plastic Analysis, and Analysis of Structures Subjected to Cyclic and Dynamic Loading, Analysis of Multistory Buildings.

CT 351: Prestressed Concrete.   2(2, 1, 0)

Birth of Prestressing, Concepts, Methods, Materials and Stresses. Losses. Analysis of Sections. Design of Simple Slabs and Beams for Flexure, Shear and Bond; End Zone and Anchor Zone Stresses. End Block Design, Continuity, Cap Cabling, Cable Profile, Circular Prestressing, Tanks, Design of Poles, Piles, Columns.

CT 353: Advanced Reinforced Concrete,   2(2, 1, 0)

Design of members subjected to axial load and biaxial bending, deep flexural members, brackets and corbels. Design for torsion. Design of retaining walls, basement walls, load bearing walls, and shear walls. Yield line analysis of slabs.

CT 355: Bridge Engineering,   2(2, 1, 0)

Types and components of bridges. Loads on bridges. Fundamental behavior and practical design of shallow superstructures, with emphasis on slab-on-girder deck systems. Design of composite sections. Bridge substructures. Bridge rating. Use of relevant codes.

CT 357: Quality Control of Construction Materials,   2(2, 1, 0)

Construction material specifications and test procedures. Sampling methods, data collection and statistical data distributions. Quality control charts. Development of quality assurance specifications and acceptance plans. Applications on field data.

CT 359: Design of Building Systems, 2(2, 1, 0)

Types, functions and components of building systems; idealization. Initiation of analysis-design process. Estimation of gravity, wind and earthquake loads. Load pattern combinations. Live load reduction. Force redistribution in R.C. buildings. Design and detailing requirements. Computer application. Group term project.

CT 361: Earthquake Resistant Design, 2(2, 1, 0)

Seismicity, Code forces, distribution of shear and moments, dynamic effects, ductility; Seismic design in steel, concrete and masonry. Seismic analysis methods.

CT 363: Structural Maintenance & Retrofitting, 2(2, 1, 0)

Repair of concrete structures, causes and positions of cracks, materials used in repair, strengthening of structures and foundation, repair and strengthening of steel structures, seismic retrofitting.

CT 364: Selected Topics in Concrete Design, 2(2, 1, 0)

Design of Special Concrete Mixes, Curing Methods, Admixtures, Fiber-reinforced Concrete, Polymer Concrete. Hot and cold weather Concreting, Concrete Construction in Hot Weather with Special Reference to Middle Eastern Countries. Concrete Deterioration, Maintenance and Repairs. Precast Concrete, Concrete Production and Quality Control.

CT 371: Earth Dams, 2(2, 1, 0)

The principles of design and stability analysis. The choice of type of dam. Dam and highway fills. Compaction and water content control. Stress distribution and deformation within the dam and the foundation strata. The circular arc method of stability analysis. Steady seepage and rapid draw down.

CT 373: Geology and Site Investigation, 2(2, 1, 0)

Geologic Information Pertinent to Civil Engineering in General and Construction Sites In particular, Site Investigation Methods in Rocks and Soils, Case Studies.

CT 375: Rock Mechanics, 2(2, 1, 0)

Physical basis of strength in rock. Elastic, plastic, brittle and creep behavior. Measurement of static and dynamic properties in field and laboratory. Application of rock mechanics to civil engineering problems. General characteristics of Local limestone.

CT 379: Selected Topics in Geotechnical Engineering, 2(2, 1, 0)

A Selection Made From: Soil Stabilization Using Conventional Stabilizers, such as Cement, Bituminous Materials and Chemicals. Soil Improvement by: Compaction, Vibroprobes, Preloading etc. Desert Soil Characteristics Including Swelling and Shrinkage, Desiccation, Collapse, Erosion and Cementation. Salt-bearing Soils, Cemented Sands and Wind-Blown Sands. Influence of water Table Fluctuation on Soil Properties. Soil Properties by Field Tests. Use of Geomembranes and Geotextiles.

CT 381: Advanced Technologies for Construction, 2(2, 1, 0)

Selection of construction materials. Construction methods. Study of costs. Contract documents. The construction process

CT 383: Construction Management,   2(2, 1, 0)

Safety and profitability. Project planning and design. Tendering. Leadership and commitment. Causes of accidents. Action plans. Construction process and plans. Overcome profitability and performance difficulties

CT 385: Selected Topics In Construction Engineering,        2(2, 1, 0)

General aspects   Engineering Fundamentals of Moving Earth. Loaders & Trucks [Performance Characteristics, Production]. Hydraulic Excavators and Dragline's productivity.  

FTR 101: Field Training (1),     5(0, 0, 30)

Training shall concentrate on brick work-using different types of blocks and different techniques, Blustering works, flooring works, sanitary works, formworks, Reinforced steel works, Electrical works, Aluminum and steel sections  works. The student shall try to apply such techniques manually if possible. The student shall be trained to use the surveying equipment, which he studied at the institute, to prepare and plan the site.

FTR 102: Field Training (2),     5(0, 0, 30)

The student shall be trained on how to execute reinforced concrete   buildings; concrete mix design on site; the use of different mixing methods, such as manual,   mechanical and the manner to employ the central mix station technique .Also the student shall be trained   to design and construct the shuttering for different concrete elements.

FTR 201: Field Training (3),     5(0, 0, 30)

The student shall be trained to control the work and manage its different stages on site with the following: Communicate with   different types of workers; Reviewing   quantities, prices and quality control; Training to read   drawings and apply it on   site, Planning and management of the site to guarantee to finish all   works on time.

FTR 202: Field Training (4),     5(0, 0, 30)

The student shall be trained to execute the following : Prepare  design calculation sheets  ; Prepare design drawings and  working details to be used   on   site;   Prepare all notes related to the works to guarantee the execution of all works according to project specifications .