Civil Engineering Department
The purpose of this field is to train specialized personnel who can design, calculate, implement and supervise in various engineering projects, construction, road construction, bridge building, infrastructure and water structure, urban canalization system, and etc, and assume all responsibilities.
The abilities of the civil engineering’s graduates
There are less communities or region where construction activities are not the first and the most urgent needs, even all industrial, agricultural, and other activities are directly or indirectly benefiting from this field. In addition to the growth and development of societies, the advancement of science and technology also reveals the need for careful attention to the construction work and the transformation of past practices. It allocates various construction activates in order to build building, roads, bridges, dams, water supply networks of cities and villages, and a large part of the complex of economic and productive activities of the country.
As noted above, graduates of this field and take on different responsibilities, such as designing, calculating, implementing and monitoring the implementation of various construction projects.
Educational and academic objectives of the Civil Department
- Basic familiarity with construction knowledge and related professional, ethical and applied concepts
- Meeting the country’s development needs
- Training a professional and expert force to meet the future needs of the community
- Familiarize students with the modern knowledge of construction
- Learning new professional skills by students
- Acquiring the necessary skills for working in technical and professional parts
- Familiarize students with different parts of Islamic culture, and the culture of temporary Afghanistan
- Familiarize students with the general knowledge of science, environment and …..
The curriculum of the Civil Department is in accordance with the scientific and professional needs of the community which has been prepared in co-operation with the Hartford University of the United States in accordance with international standards. The curriculum of this department has 152 credits including 3 selected subjects. This curriculum summarizes 12% of the content of the university, 34% of the basic content and 54% of the specific content.