I. Program Objective

This program is designed to make students capable of design, construcution, management, project planning, research and development in civil engineering. After graduation, the students can not only carry out scientific research duties such as study of foundmental theories, development of new materials and new technologies, but also take up occupations such as management of enterprises, management of production technologies, marketing of enterprises and so forth.

II. Learning Outcomes

1. Solid foundation in both natural sciences and humanities & arts;

2. Firm grasp of the basic and core knowledge of discipline;

3. Understanding of the knowledge of related disciplines;

4. Abilities to retrieve information, read documents and acquire knowledge;

5. Ability to comprehensively apply English;

6. Abilities to discover and analyze problems;

7. Ability to solve problems in practical engineering;

8. Characterics of innovative awareness and practice;

9. Ability to consider questions systematically;

10. Advanced communication and teamwork;

11. Qualities to deal with emergencies and to be a leader of a group.

III. Program Highlights

To strengthen the ability to deal with practial problem in engineering, this program reforms the curricular system and builds up a joint educational system involving academia and enterprise. It also reforms the instructional mode and establishes the instructional mode of dual instructors comeing from academia and enterprise respectively.

IV. Main Disciplines

Mechanics, Civil Engineering

V. Program Length and Degree

Duration: 4 years

Degrees Conferred: Bachelor of Engineering

VI. Main Courses

Mechanics of Materials, Structural Mechanics, Soil Mechanics, Engineering Chemistry and Civil Engineering Materials, Foundation Engineering Design Principles, Concrete Structure Design Principles, Steel Structure Design Principles, Civil Engineering Construction, Design of Concrete structures.

VII. Course Schedule

course type

required/

elective

course code

course name

hrs

crs

Including

semester

extra-cur.

exp.

operation

General Education Core Curriculum

required

0508454

Comprehensive English A

32

2

 

 

 

1

required

0508464

Comprehensive English B

32

2

 

 

 

2

required

0508472

Comprehensive English C

16

1

 

 

 

3

required

05084872

Comprehensive English D

16

1

 

 

 

4

required

0400111

Physical Education(I)

32

1

 

 

 

1

required

0400121

Physical Education(II)

32

1

 

 

 

2

required

0400131

Physical Education(III)

32

1

 

 

 

3

required

0400141

Physical Education(IV)

32

1

 

 

 

4

required

1100011

Military Theory

16

1

 

 

 

1

required

0700011

Calculus (I)

《Calculus》 is a mathematical subject, which studies the functions, applies the method of limits (i.e. limit process like infinitesimals and infinite approximation) to analyze and deal with issues, with 80 class hours. The teaching content includes: function limits and continuity, differential calculus of one variable functions and its appliances, integral calculus of one variable functions and its appliances and infinite series.The Methods of discussion and case study will be used in this course, and the capacity of quick-primary policy analysis will be emphasized.

88

5.5

 

 

 

1

required

0700012

Calculus (II)

《Calculus》is a mathematical subject, which studies the functions, applies the method of limits (i.e. limit process like infinitesimals and infinite approximation) to analyze and deal with issues, with 40class hours. The teaching content includes: Vector Algebra and Analytic Geometry in Space ,Differential Calculus of Multivariable Functions and its Applications, Double integral, Integral Calculus of Multivariable Scalar Functions ,Fourier Series.By learning this course, students would master the basic concept, theory and method of calculus .with comparatively proficient arithmetic skills, in order to establish required mathematical basics for learning consequent courses and obtaining further mathematical knowledge; students would be cultivated by the way of thinking of advanced mathematics and the basic practice of solving practical problems; students would be cultivated by certain ability of abstract way of thinking, logical reasoning, space imagination and the ability of utilize the learned knowledge comprehensively to analyze and solve the practical problems. The Methods of discussion and case study will be used in this course, and the capacity of quick-primary policy analysis will be emphasized.

88

5.5

 

 

 

2

required

0700051

Linear Algebra

It includes the theory of solving linear equations, the basic theory of matrix, linear space, linear transformation and quadratic form, which are very useful in science and technology.

40

2.5

 

 

 

2

required

0700071

Functions of Complex Variables & Integral Transforms

40

2.5

 

 

 

3

required

0705941

Probability and Mathematics Statistic

This is an important basic course for undergraduate students. The main theme of the subject is the study of the quantitative patterns of "random phenomena", including events and probability, random variables and their distributions, the numeric characters of random variables, the law of large numbers, and the central limit theorem, statistical quantities and sampling distribution, the point estimation and interval estimation of parameters, the hypothesis testing of parameters and the fitting testing of probability distribution, variance analysis and regression analysis.

40

2.5

 

 

 

3

required

0700048

Physics (I)

University Physics A1 includes the following contents: Newton’s mechanics on calculus level, rotational motion of rigid body, theory of relativity; oscillations and wave motion, thermodynamics; foundation of electrostatics. The learning of the course enables students to gain a comprehensive understanding of the principles of the moving of objects, giving an initial training of students’ methods of thinking and capabilities to investigate problems scientifically. It cans also lay students a solid physical foundation for further learning (for Polytechnic postgraduates) and for learning new theories, new knowledge and new technologies.

64

4

 

 

 

2

required

0700049

Physics (II)

University Physics A2 includes the following contents: electromagnetism, optics; the foundation of quantum physics; selected lecture of the advance front in physics. The learning of the course enables students to gain a comprehensive understanding of the principles of the moving of objects, giving an initial training of students’ methods of thinking and capabilities to investigate problems scientifically. It cans also lay students a solid physical foundation for further learning (for Polytechnic postgraduates) and for learning new theories, new knowledge and new technologies.

64

4

 

 

 

3

required

0706891

Physics Experiments (I)

The course content mainly bases on basic experiments and design experiments. To develop students ability to solve practical problems and to innovate , the application of modern technology in physics experiments has opened, the comprehensive experimental and design experiments are in the more proportion of the course, which helps students lay a solid foundation for the subsequent experiments and future research work.

32

1

 

32

 

2

required

0706901

Physics Experiments (II)

The course content mainly bases on basic experiments and design experiments. To develop students ability to solve practical problems and to innovate , the application of modern technology in physics experiments has opened,  the comprehensive experimental and design experiments are in the more proportion of the course, which helps students lay a solid foundation for the subsequent experiments and future research work.

24

0.8

 

24

 

3

required

0800033

Software Programming Technology

64

4

 

 

 

1

required

0701732

Method of Scientific Thinking and Research

16

1

 

 

 

1

required

0833031

Introduction of Engineering

16

1

 

 

 

2

Elective

 

Electives in Humanities and Social Science

160

10

 

 

 

1-8

 course type

 required/

elective

 course code

course name

 

hrs

 

crs

Including

 semester

 extra-cur.

exp.

 operation

 

required

0400025

Introduction to Discipline (Specialty)

This course is a summarized and introductory discipline basic course of Civil Engineering. The teaching objective of this course is to help the students to learn what  Civil Engineering involves, what knowledge should be equiped with and what ability should be developed. This course gives the basic outline of Civil Engineering for students and motivates their interests in the major.

8

0.5

 

 

 

1

required

0801661

Engineering Graphics (IV) I

The curriculum content mainly includes civil engineering drawing principle, building construction working drawings and making engineering drawings with AutoCAD. Civil engineering drawing principle includes drawing standards, section and section drawing. Building working drawings includes floor plan, building elevation, cutaway view making drawings, stairs detailing; Construction working drawings includes housing foundation drawings, construction plans, detailing of reinforced concrete structures ;with AutoCAD includes: dimensional information notations on  working drawings, etc. and engineering drawing making and so on. Through this curriculum’s study, students will grasp the engineering drawing principle and making drawing with a computer, and then build the foundation for following course.

32

2

 

 

 

1

 Discipline-related General Courses

required

0801662

Engineering Graphics (IV) II

The curriculum content mainly includes civil engineering drawing principle, building construction working drawings and making engineering drawings with AutoCAD. Civil engineering drawing principle includes drawing standards, section and section drawing. Building working drawings includes floor plan, building elevation, cutaway view making drawings, stairs detailing; Construction working drawings includes housing foundation drawings, construction plans, detailing of reinforced concrete structures ;with AutoCAD includes: dimensional information notations on  working drawings, etc. and engineering drawing making and so on. Through this curriculum’s study, students will grasp the engineering drawing principle and making drawing with a computer, and then build the foundation for following course.

24

1.5

 

 

 

2

required

0827703

Theoretical Mechanics

The course includes three parts: statics, kinematics, and dynamics, divided into fourteen chapters. The first part, statics, introduces basic concepts and principles of statics, reduction and equilibrium of force system, and friction, etc. The second part, kinematics, covers kinematics of a point, translation and rotation of rigid bodies, composite motion of a point, and plane motion of rigid bodies. The third part, dynamics, covers fundamental laws of kinetics and differential equations of a particle, the principle of impulse and momentum, generalized theorem of dynamics, D’ Alembert principle, and principle of virtual displacement.

48

3

 

 

 

2

required

0835612

Mechanics of Materials

Mechanics of materials is an important and basic course in engineering and applied science. The main contents include the analysis of strength and stiffness of a bar under axial tension and compression, torsion, bending, shearing and combined loadings, analysis of stress state, stress-stress relation, equivalent stress and the theory of strength, stability of column and critical stress, energy method, statically indeterminate problems, dynamic stress and fatigue etc.

56

3.5

 

6

 

3

required

0812702

Structural Mechanics (I)

This course presents the configuration rules for plane geometrically stable systems and the geometric configuration analysis methods for plane bar-type systems. It presents the internal-force and displacement analysis methods and internal-force and deformation properties for various types of statically determinate structures including beams, rigid frames, trusses, composite structures and three-hinged arches. It presents the influence lines and their applications to statically determinate structures and finally the fundamental approaches for analysis of the internal forces of statically indeterminate structures, including the force method and the displacement method.

48

3

 

 

4

4

required

0812704

Structural Mechanics (II)

This course is a continuity of “Structural Mechanics (Part I)”. It presents the moment distribution method and influence lines of statically indeterminate structures, the fundamental computer analysis method——the matrix displacement method and other generalized or combined analysis approaches for statically indeterminate structures. The internal-force and deformation properties of statically indeterminate structures will be summarized thereafter. The course finally presents the analysis methods for structural dynamics and ultimate loads.

32

2

 

 

4

5

required

0804954

Soil Mechanics

Soil Mechanics is an important specialty base course for Civil Engineering majors in colleges. The goal of the course is to teach students the basic concept and basic principle of Soil Mechanics, and learn how to apply the basic theory to solve specific engineering problems. Contents include: the physical properties of soil and soil classification, the permeability and seepage of soil, the computation of the stresses in foundation, the compressibility and the consolidation theory of the soil, the computation of settlement in foundation, the shear strength theory, the earth pressure and the retaining structure, the foundation bearing capacity and the slope stability analysis, etc.

40

2.5

 

8

 

5

required

0805702

Engineering Geology

This course fully involves the relevant content of syllabus, standardized tests and registered geotechnical engineer exam. The main contents include introduction, earth and landform, mineral and rock, geological structure, rock mass and wall rock, engineering behaviors of quaternary deposits and soils, groundwater, disaster prevention and disaster mitigation of poorgeologic process, the method and technology of geological investigation in geotechnical engineering etc. It also elucidates the basic principles and investigation methods of engineering geology, at the same time; it will develop the application ability and innovation ability of students through case study tight binding engineering practice.

24

1.5

 

 

 

5

required

0800063

Fluid mechanics

Fluid mechanics is a course to study the basic principles of fluids in motion and the application in engineering. It is a compulsory and specialized core course for undergraduate students majoring in Civil Engineering and Hydraulic Engineering. The teaching focuses on the basic principle of Fluid Mechanics concerning with the specialized core courses and special courses of Hydrology, Earth Mechanics, engineering geology, Civil Engineering Construction, Building Implements, and helps students to understand the relation between civil engineering and atmosphere and water environment.

24

1.5

 

 

 

4

required

0828871

Engineering Chemistry & Civil Engineering Materials

This course mainly covers the basic properties of civil engineering materials, inorganic gas-rigid cementitious materials, cement, concrete, mortar, admixtures, construction steel, waterproof materials, wall materials and roofing materials, synthetic polymer materials, architectural decoration materials, insulation materials and sound-absorbing material and so on. Learning through this course, students could master the basic theory and basic knowledge of the main content, technical properties, quality testing, application technology of civil engineering materials. This course was favor to select and use the civil engineering materials for the future in civil engineering practice and provide the basis theoretical knowledge of civil engineering materials for follow-up professional courses. And through the Civil Engineering Material Testing, student could receive training in basic skills testing and analysis, processing experimental data, the preparation of test reports and master the relevant test methods and criteria.

64

4

 

12

 

4

required

0800472

Engineering Surveying

This course consists of 11 chapters, the main content includes three parts: Part one is the basic theory of engineering survey, including elementary knowledge of engineering survey, leveling survey, angular measurement, distance measurement, linear orientation and elementary knowledge of measurement error etc.; Part two includes small area’s control survey, topographic mapping and applications etc.; Part three is the application in practices including construction surveying,industrial and civil construction survey, road and pipeline engineering survey etc.

40

2.5

 

8

 

4

required

0835631

Mechanics of Elasticity

32

2

 

 

 

5

required

0842481

Finite Element Method

“Introduction to Finite Element Method” mainly includes fundamental theory of finite element method for theory of elasticity and focuses on the beam elements, plane elements, isoperimetric elements and their implementation using MATLAB. The software of finite element method, say ANSYS, is also introduced for the sake of practical analysis of structures in civil engineering.

32

2

 

 

8

6

required

0828881

Dynamics & Stabilityof Structures

This course introduces static and energy balance stability criteria, instability type , ideal and stability analysis of the system with defects, strut stabilization, large deflection theory and post-buckling strength, tangent modulus theory,  impact of the initial defect, design formula, combination of the stability of the strut, bending component stability, elastoplastic stable numerical integration method. This course also introduces approximate calculation of the energy principle and its stability, displacement method,  stability of the simple rigid frame and rigid frame with swing column, displacement method for solving complex framework, calculation law of length, calculation length of frame column, load negative stiffness concept, double anti-side force structure stability, classification system framework, second-order analysis and stability design framework, stability of industrial buildings, similarities and differences in the intensity of problems and stability issues.

32

2

 

 

 

6

required

0200512

Engineering Economy

This course is about basic theory, method and practice about engineering economics, which includes engineering construction flow, money time value, project economic evaluation, project financing, financial evaluation and national economic evaluation, equipment updates and value engineering.

24

1.5

 

 

 

3

required

0842461

Fundamental Principles of Concrete Structures

The course includes the contents are as follows: First, mechanical properties of rebar and concrete, and the theory of work together with these two kinds of materials will be introduced. Second, the design method of present reinforced concrete structures will be introduced. Third, the calculation method of ultimate bearing capacity with all kinds of reinforced concrete members can be recommended. Forth, the calculation method of deformation and crack width should be referred. Last, the design method of pre-stressed concrete members will be introduced.

64

4

 

 

 

5

required

0842472

Fundamental Principles of Steel Structures

This course is divided into three aspects, 1) material of steel structure, including basic performance of the structural steel and its main factors affects performance, appropriate selection of the steel material; 2) steel structure connection, including various connection methods and its calculation regulation; 3) components of steel structure, including the following aspects of various basic steel structure components, which are cross-sectional property, failure characteristics, work performance, structural requirements and the calculation method. Students shall be able to understand characteristic, basic property, basic principle, basic theory, structure selection, layout arrangement, organization and design method of steel structure.

48

3

 

 

 

5

required

0804993

Foundation Engineering Design Principles

32

2

 

 

 

6

course type

required/

elective

course code

course name

hrs

crs

 Including

 semester

 extra-cur.

 exp.

 operation

 

Major-specific core courses

required

0803972

Building Construction

The course covers two major building types: civil and industrial building, with a focus on the first one. Main content of civil building part includes: principle of civil building space composition design, methods of civil building construction and an introduction to major components of civil buildings i.e. wall, foundation basement, floor, roof, stairs, door and window. Main content of industrial building part includes: structure of single-storey industrial buildings, industrial building plan design, industrial building section design and industrial building roof design. A concept of Building Architecture will need to be set up after the study of this course. This course is also a first step to further architectural design courses and future building architectural designs.

32

2

 

 

 

5

required

0828891

Design of Concrete Structures and Masonry Structures

The main contents of masonry Structure:1. Learning the mechanical property of masonry block and mortar;2. Learning how to calculate the capacity of masonry structure members;3. Structural planning and structural design of masonry structure buildings;4. Design method of ring beam, wall beam, cantilever beam in masonry building;5. Design method of reinforced concrete masonry shear wall structures.

64

4

 

 

 

6

required

0842492

Design of Steel Structures

After the course of Design Principle of Steel Structure, in this course students will learn design of single story portal frame, design of crane girder and design of steel structure roof. And they will finish a Course Design about steel structure roof. Master the process and method of steel structure design and the path of load transfer in steel structure. Learn the selection of structural form, structural arrangement, calculation of loads, calculation and design detail of components and connection. Learn draw detail drawings of construction of roof truss.

24

1.5

 

 

 

6

required

0805072

Seismic Design of Buildings

32

2

 

 

 

7

required

0805081

Structural Design of High-Rise Buildings

Mainly four parts are involved in the course. First is the system classification of the high-rise building, including the 2D array design of structural members and treatment of movement joint. Second is the design principle of the structure, including the wind and seismic design principle. Third is array design of the structure members and mechanical behaviors of all kinds of structural systems. Fourth is the design and introduction of the structure members and construction mode.

32

2

 

 

 

7

required

0828901

CAD Computer Graphics and Structural CAD

This course is the specialized fundamental course for the students majoring in Civil Engineering. Through this course, students can do the two dimensional drawings and three dimensional modelling independently and accurately using computer and finally finish the construction plan and other professional graphics. This course lays the foundation for students to adapt to the current rapid development of computer aided design in construction.

24

1.5

 

 

16

5

required

0805006

Civil Engineering Construction

Civil Engineering Construction can be divided into construction technology and construction organization. The research object of construction technology is the techniques in various types of constructions. With the construction plan as core and combined with the characteristics of a specific construction object, construction technology aims to select the most reasonable construction plan and to determine the most effective measures for construction technology. Construction organization researches on a scientific construction organization design for a single building or building groups. It teaches how to design a construction organization to make good use of human resources, material resources, space and time. Arrangement of key process is paid special attention to ensure construction well organized and in the good order.

56

3.5

 

 

 

6

required

0842501

Construction Project Cost

24

1.5

 

 

4

7

required

0835232

Structural Test

Mainly introduces the principle and method of structure test, including: static load test method, test equipment, equipment use; Structure field detection technology; Both building reliability assessment method; Model test similarity principle, model design and materials; Dynamic load test method, the use of instruments and equipment; And test data analysis, etc.

32

2

 

16

 

7

 Major-specific Electives

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elective

0835441

FORTRAN Language

This course is designed for the undergraduate students of non-computer major. The course introduces the basic knowledge and programming skills of FORTRAN software, help students develop reading comprehension ability and programming ability with good coding style.

24

1.5

 

 

8

3

Elective

0805553

Environment Protection and Continual Development

The course introduce the basic concept and knowledge of environmental protection, including environmental status, environmental problem, and its birth and developing process,also discuss the environmental pollution and its regulation of transport and transformation(including water, atmosphere, solid wastes, soil, etc.) Under human activities.

16

1

 

 

 

3

Elective

0812161

Project Safety and Disaster Prevention and Reduction

Current situation of construction safety, legal system related to construction safety, properties of construction safety incidents and incident managemnet, causes of cnstruction safety incidents, standardization of safety management, monitoring and management of construction safety.

24

1.5

 

 

 

7

Elective

0805051

Introduction to Construction Supervision

Defintion of construction supervision, organization of construction supervision, planning and control of construction supervision, progress control of contruction projects, budget control, quality control, construction safety, contract management, construction information management.

24

1.5

 

 

 

7

Elective

1204851

Management and Laws of Engineering Project

The contents of this curriculum can be divided into two major parts approximately: The first part for the Construction Laws and Regulations mainly includes outline of the Construction legislation, legislation on Engineering Construction Scheme, legislation on Urban and Rural Planning, legislation on Land Management, Construction legal regime,  Real Estate Management legal regime and so on; The second part for Engineering Contract Management mainly includes the introduction to Engineering Contract Management, the basic principles of Contract Law, Engineering Bidding and Tendering, Contract signing and performance Management, Engineering Claim Management, Engineering Contract Dispute Processing and so on.

24

1.5

 

 

 

5

Elective

0805101

Composite Structure

24

1.5

 

 

 

6

Elective

0805121

Large Span Structure

This is a professional course combining theory and design practice, and fits for senior undergraduate students. It systematically introduces the application and development of large-span spatial structures in large-scale buildings such as stadiums, theatres, exhibition buildings and industrial workshops and so on. Through this course, the students would (a) get a comprehensive knowledge on the art of state on large-span spatial structures and the new advances in this field, (b) master the style and classification, calculation and analysis theory, design method, manufacture and construction of grid structures and spatial trusses, (c) know how to use the design & analysis software MSTCAD for spatial structures, and (d) establish a basic understanding on the suspending cable structures, pre-stressed grid structures and membrane structures.

24

1.5

 

 

 

7

Elective

0801825

Bridge Engineering

The basic knowledge, configuration, structure, preliminary design and calculation as well as construction of bridge, bridge’s design idea and basic structure, and, bridge mechanical behavior, design essential and design method. The course is aimed to develop student’s abilities of working and reasoning independently. After graduation, they can not only engage in design and construction of common small and medium-sized bridges, but also integrate theory with practice to resolve problem of complicated bridges.

24

1.5

 

 

 

6

Elective

0805353

Ground Improvement Techniques

24

1.5

 

 

 

6

 

 

 

Elective courses in Cross-specialty

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elective

0800363

 

Fundamentals of Mechanical Manufacturing Technology

40

2.5

 

4

 

4

 

 

course type

 

 

required/

elective

 

 

course code

 

course name

 

hrs

 

crs

 

Including

 

 

semester

 

extra-cur.

 

exp.

 

operation

 

Elective Courses in Cross-specialty

 Elective

0833521

 

Theory of Machines and Mechanisms (I)

56

3.5

 

6

 

4

 Elective

0821321

Machine Design (I)

56

3.5

 

6

 

5

Elective

0804914

Engineering Optics

48

3

 

 

 

4

Elective

0804592

 

Optoelectronic Detect & Signal Processing

48

3

 

 

 

5

Elective

0804161

 

Optical Fiber Communication Technology

48

3

 

 

 

6

 Elective

0706551

 

Chemical and Biological Sensor

40

2.5

 

 

 

6

 Elective

0706561

 

Introduction to Biomaterials Science

40

2.5

 

 

 

6

 Elective

0706571

 

Introduction to Medical Imagiing

40

2.5

 

 

 

6

 Practical Training Items

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

required

1300013

Military Training

2w

1

 

 

 

1

required

1300536

Acquaintanceship Practice

This course is a practical teaching link according to the professional talent training plan of Civil Engineering. It is also an important measure to cultivate high level professionals who can integrate theory with practice. Students can gain professional knowledge and achieve mastery through a comprehensive study of this subject. Afeter being examined whether they can solve the practical problems using what they have learned, students can improve their ability of organization and management,  as well as ability to analyze and solve problems.

1w

0.5

 

 

 

4.5

required

1301194

Engineering Geology Practice

Engineering geology teaching practice is an important practical teaching link of “Engineering Geology” course. The mian purpose of this course is making students learn the various engineering geology factors and problems that closely related to the construction, as well as different kinds of engineering geological exploration method and requirements that can help them fully understand the role of engineering geology in engineering construction. This course lays the foundation for other fundamental course and specialized course in this major.

1w

0.5

 

 

 

5

required

1302641

Surveying Practice

The contents of the course are comprehensive trainings of the basic methods of surveying, which include surveying of topographic maps, setting-out of buildings, etc. The main contents involved in the practice include: horizontal control, vertical control, control point plotting, topographic map surveying, topographic map checking and decoration, plane position and height setting-out,new technologies,new methods and new instruments for surveying and mapping, etc.

1w

0.5

 

 

 

4

required

1327694

Engineering Internship

The content of this course can be roughly divided into two parts. The first part for project construction site production practice. Students can choose the project on any of the parties to joining into the one party (such as construction, supervision party or owner party) as the practice of receiving and guidance unit, and accept the guidance unit assigned guidance teachers and school teacher’s dual leadership. During this period, the students must be familiar with the design documents, construction documents and construction organization and management files, etc, in the guidance of teachers under the arrangement, involved in the project production or management. Write diary every day practice, collect writing practice report and little research report related material. The second part is students internship report and little research report to write, when necessary, invite construction management domain expert to students for special reports.

4w

2

 

 

 

6

required

1300172

Building Construction Course Project

1w

0.5

 

 

 

5

required

1300182

Design of Concrete Floor

1w

0.5

 

 

 

6

required

1300193

Structural Design of Factory Building

2w

1

 

 

 

6

required

1300142

Construction steel Structures Course Project

1w

0.5

 

 

 

5

required

1300153

Foundation Engineering Course Project

1w

0.5

 

 

 

6

required

1328112

construction organization  Course Project

1w

0.5

 

 

 

6

required

1328122

construction Project Cost Course Project

1w

0.5

 

 

 

7

required

1328221

Comprehensive Training for interdiscipline

2w

1

 

 

 

2

required

1328231

Practice for Innovation in Science and Technology

4w

2

 

 

 

5

required

130004g

Undergraduate Thesis

12w

6

 

 

 

8