Since its establishment in 1982, the Department of Civil Engineering has grown to become one of the finest in the Continent. With options in Structural Engineering, Water Resources Engineering Option and Public Health Engineering, our students are exposed to quality learning.
Civil engineering is about thinking big. It is about creating things for the benefit of millions of people. It is a piece of the puzzle towards creating a sustainable world. Most of all, it is about serving society.
At FUTO we provide research solutions and prepare graduates for the complex infrastructure challenges that face our society. We have research strength in structures and are expanding our expertise and facilities to encompass sustainability, climate change and renewable energy. Our staff expertise and laboratory facilities are much sought after by our profession and industry partners as part of our consulting services.
The objectives of the postgraduate diploma programme in Civil Engineering are as follows:
- To prepare students for further postgraduate studies in Civil Engineering and develop in the critical understanding of the subject and broaden their knowledge of professional engineering.
- To provide a bridge between HND and the Bachelor’s degree programmes and ensure that graduates of some physical or chemical sciences could be convertible to registrable engineers via the PGD programme.
Civil Engineering is the oldest branch of the Engineering profession. It involves an application of the laws of nature (forces and materials) to the design, construction operation and maintenance of facilities that serve our needs in an efficient and economical manner. Typical Specialties within Civil Engineering includes Structural, Transportation, Environmental (including water/wastewater treatment and water resources), geotechnical, surveying and Construction Engineering. Civil Engineers assume a great deal of responsibility in practice because of the nature of their work.
The Department of Civil Engineering in FUTO was established in the 1982/1983 academic year in the School of Engineering and Engineering Technology (SEET). Since its establishment in 1982, the department has grown from strength to strength due to inputs from qualified and highly experienced Academics, Technologists and Administrative Staff.
Presently, the department has three options, namely:
- Structural Engineering Option
- Water Resources Engineering Option
- Public Health Engineering Option
These options represent the major professional thrust of the Department and both teaching and research efforts are focused on these areas. The Postgraduate programme in the department started in the 1991/92 session. Presently, the department has M. Eng. and PhD programmes in Water Resources and Structural Engineering and PGD in Civil Engineering.
The vision of the department is to be the fountainhead of new ideas and innovations in Civil Engineering and to produce graduate-entrepreneurs who are job creators in their areas of specialization. The mission of the Department is to offer world-class undergraduate and Postgraduate education, research guidance, professional consultancy, outreach and manpower training as well as leadership in Civil Engineering.
100 Level Courses
|BIOLOGY FOR AGRICULTURE AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE I||BIO 101/103|
|GENERAL CHEMISTRY I||CHM 101|
|ENGINEERING DRAWING||ENG 103|
|INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH||FRN 101|
|INTRODUCTION TO IGBO GRAMMAR||IGB 101|
|ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS I||MTH 101|
|GENERAL PHYSICS I||PHY 101|
|BIOLOGY FOR AGRICULTURE AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE II||BIO 102/104|
|GENERAL CHEMISTRY II||CHM 102|
|WORKSHOP PRACTICE II||ENG 102|
|ENGINEERING DRAWING II||ENG 104|
|FRENCH LANGUAGE II||FRN 102|
|USE OF ENGLISH II||GST 102|
|SOCIAL SCIENCE I||GST 108|
|SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY IN SOCIETY||GST 110|
|IGBO LANGUAGE II||IGB 102|
|ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS II||MTH 102|
|GENERAL PHYSICS II||PHY 102|
200 Level Courses
|COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I||CSC 201|
|WORKSHOP PRACTICE III||ENG 201|
|ENGINEERING DRAWING III||ENG 203|
|INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING MATERIALS I||ENG 207|
|ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS||ENG 209|
|ENGINEERING MECHANICS||ENG 213|
|ENGINEERS IN SOCIETY||ENG 217|
|ELEMENTARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS I||MTH 203|
|WORKSHOP PRACTICE IV||ENG 206|
|INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING MATERIALS II||ENG 208|
|ENGINEERING ECONOMY||ENG 212|
|COMPUTER PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERING APPLICATION||ENG 214|
|ENGINEERING MECHANICS II||ENG 224|
|BIO MATERIALS-2||ENG 226|
|SECOND YEAR LONG VACATION SIWES||SIW 200|
300 Level Courses
|INDUSTRIAL STUDIES I||ENG 301|
|STRENGTH OF MATERIALS I||ENG 305|
|ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I||ENG 307|
|PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING SURVEY||ENG 315|
|ENGINEERING WRITING AND PRESENTATION||ENG 317|
|ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II||ENG 308|
|PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING||PHE 302|
|LONG VACATION SIWES||SIWES|
400 Level Courses
500 Level Courses