At the end of this course the student will be able to make engineering decisions on basic construction materials giving consideration to cost, quality and the desired application. The students will be able to state sources of construction materials, select good quality materials by visual identification and / or by simple tests, use materials according to acceptable / laid down procedures
Water Supply and Sewerage Engineering (CEX4234) a course on Level 4 of the Diploma in Technology programme, for the Academic year 2010/2011. This course provides comprehensive coverage of fundamental principles and current practices in water processing, water distribution, wastewater collection, wastewater treatment and sludge processing. The objective is to transfer knowledge of these subjects to persons interested in continuing their study in water and wastewater technology as well as persons interested in operation and maintenance of water and wastewater facilities.
This course on Building Engineering aims to give you an overall view of the building planning process from the time of inception to the end of the design stage, descriptions about building elements and some construction details and the services necessary to make a building habitable and comfortable.
The prerequisites required to register for this course are, passes in ECX3210, MEX3211 and CEX3230. The credit rating for the course is six, and the student has to spend about 150 hours of learning during the academic year.
This is level 5 undergraduate course offered by the Department of Civil Engineering.The credit rate of this course is 6. CEX1330(P), CEX3230(P), CEX4230(EL), (LSL0203(P) or VRL0200 or VRL1200) are the prerequisites of this course.
This is a compulsory course for all students following the Bachelor of Technology (Engineering) program in Civil Engineering.
At the end of this course you will be able to knowledge building on theoretical concepts of Environmental Science and Engineering and the application of these concepts to the assessment, regulation and minimization of the impact of human activities on the environment.