An institution dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, training, and community services.

Why Presidency University?

Because we provide quality education at an affordable cost. We have qualified faculty base, state of the art lab facilities, student friendly campus environment for study and strict academic rules and guidelines for each and every student.

Curriculum for CE

Curriculum

The course curriculum followed by the Department of Civil Engineering, Presidency University has been

  • Designed by the professors of The Department of Civil Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET),
  • Formulated by following the requirements of the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET), USA, and
  • Approved by the University Grants Commission (UGC), Bangladesh.

Major program areas

  • Structural Engineering analysis and design of all engineering structures (concrete/steel/ wood/composite) such as building (residential and commercial), bridge, reinforced dam etc.
  • Geotechnical Engineering soil analysis, analysis and design of foundation, land reclamation and development, earth work.
  • Transportation Engineering analysis/design of traffic, road, highway, railway, bridge, flyover.
  • Water Resources Engineering analysis and design of water systems such as flood control, drainage, irrigation using surface water and groundwater, hydrology, water planning, coastal engineering.
  • Environmental Engineering water supply and treatment, sanitation, waste treatment and remediation, solid waste management, environmental impact assessment, pollution control.

Our Strengths

  • Reputed core and visiting faculty members.
  • State-of-the-art computing & lab Facilities
  • Emphasis on theory and application using modern tools (CAD, GIS and professional software)
  • Excellent student-teacher interaction and faculty evaluation by students
  • Industry linkage through internship and field visits

Target Job Market

Both public and private sectors offer a wide range of choices.

  • Major public sector: Public Works Department (PWD), Roads and Highways Department (RHD), Water Board (WB), Department of Public Health Engineering (DPHE), Local Government Engineering Department (LGED), local government agencies (LGIs), and various ministries.
  • Private sector: numerous real estate and construction companies, major consulting firms, local and foreign NGOs.