CIVIL ENGINEERING AND FORESTRY TECHNICS

I.1 MISSION STATEMENT OF THE DEPARTMENT

Teaching in Civil Engineering aims at training teachers of civil engineering with the skills required to meet the challenges of modern construction and to meet the needs of the construction industry and public works. Students will learn the techniques of structural design and construction.

They are expected to take on a variety of issues such as teaching in the areas of structural calculations and sizing, soil mechanics and foundations, hydraulics, materials, use of new energy, prevention and management of risk, safety, protection of the environment, infrastructure and superstructure, the thermal performance of buildings, roads and networks, etc. It allows students to develop their knowledge, skills, expertise in the above areas.

 

I.2 OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME

At the end of the training

In terms of knowledge, the program allows students to acquire the skills required for the practice of the profession of civil engineering programs. It allows organizations to analyze their practices and do urban planning, including environmental changes, anticipate changes, master civil engineering regulations, carry out research and monitor team work and to realize a professional project.

In terms of know-how, the future teacher will be able:

  • To teach in schools and colleges of technical education;
  • To apply Engineering and scientific techniques;
  • The design sustainable buildings in tropical zones and other areas;
  • To carry out maintenance of operating real estate and energy management;
  • To coordinate and manage projects.

I.3   PROFILE OF STUDENTS

I.3.1. DIPET 1

Access Level 100

To be admitted into the first-year undergraduates (DIPET 1) Civil Engineering (GCE) candidates with one of the following qualifications: Baccalauréat C,D,E or GCE A/L in at least two of the following papers (Pure Maths, Further Maths , Applied Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Studies). Baccalauréat Technique F4, BT-IS. GCE A/L Technical in Building Construction.

Foreign degree or diploma giving access to higher education in the country of issue. Holders of foreign certificates should produce an equivalence from the Ministry of Higher Education.

 

Access to Level 200

To be promoted to level 200, the student must have completed 70% of the teaching units or 3/4 of the teaching units allocated to the lower level.

 

Access to Level 300

To be promoted to level 300, candidates must have completed all course units of level 100 and also completed 70% of the teaching units of level 200.

Holders of HND or BTS of the specialty in concordance with the option may be admitted to level 300 based on the examination of documents.

3.1.2 DIPET 2

Access to Level 400

To be admitted into the first-year postgraduates (DIPET 2) Civil Engineering (GCE) candidates should have one of the following qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Building; Bachelor of Technology in Building; Professional First Degree in Building; Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering; Bachelor’s Degree in Rural Engineering. DIPET 1 (with a working experience of at least three years) and the best one-third students from level 300

Foreign degree or diploma giving access to higher education in the country of issue. Holders of a foreign diploma should produce equivalence from the Ministry of Higher Education.

 

 

Access to Level 500

To be promoted to level 500, the student must have completed 70% of the teaching units or 3/4 of the teaching units allocated to the lower level.

 

I.4   LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION

 

The language of instruction is English.