About the Civil Engineering Department
Civil Engineering concerns with the study of conception, design, construction and maintenance of large public and private projects. Civil engineers design, build, and maintain bridges, highways, railways, tunnels, airports, dams, water treatment and distribution systems and large buildings, along with many other structures.
Environmental considerations, such as water supply, pollution control and preservation of soil quality, are also a part of the course of study. A bachelor degree in Civil Engineering represents a foundation of basic skills in science and math, a breadth of engineering fundamentals and proficiency in a core of discipline-specific topics.
To complete the degree in Civil Engineering, each student needs to complete a series of courses providing competency in four areas of proficiency.
To excel in providing the educational and social services and research in civil engineering fields locally, regionally, and internationally.
The goal of the Civil Engineering specialty is to prepare the engineers to be completely and fully prepared in both theoretical and practical aspects to meet the needs of the Jordanian, regional and international society in all diverse civil engineering fields.
For a graduate of Civil Engineering to be able to:
- Able to have a high degree of professionalism and morality and to practice civil engineering in a successful and objective way.
- Able to work independently or in a team, and be able to develop the knowledge and skills continuously through his career.
- Able to start his professional and scientific career, and to accomplish research successfully.