Science & Technology Cluster

MASTERS OF SCIENCE IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING (CEEC701) COURSEWORK

Synopsis


To nurture capable and competent specialist in structural engineering who uphold sustainable development philosophy of the nation through creative and innovative process of teaching and learning, research based and professional ethics to support future needs of the national and global agenda.  The programme consists of core and elective courses including Research Methodology, Sustainability Management, Financial Management for Engineers, Finite Elements in Mechanics, Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, Tall Building Engineering, Bridge Engineering, Seismic Design of RC Buildings and Sub-Structures, Timber Engineering, Advanced Mechanics of Metal and Concrete Structures, Structural Rehabilitation and Retrofitting, Finite Element in Mechanics, Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, Earthquake Hazard and Risk Analysis, Advanced Foundation Engineering and Research Project

 

Entry Requirement


  • Bachelor of Science (Hons.) from UiTM in a related and appropriate area of specialization with minimum CGPA of 2.75; OR
  • Bachelor's degree or its equivalent from other recognized universities approved by UiTM with minimum CGPA of 2.75.  

English Requirement (MUET/IELTS/TOEFL/CEFR/TOEIC/BULATS)


  • Malaysian University English Test (MUET) Band 3
  • IELTS Band 5
  • TOEFL: Internet Based Test (IBT: 35 - 45) ; Computer Based Test (CBT: 107 - 131) ; Paper Based Test (417 - 450)
  • CEFR: B1
  • TOEIC: 356 - 440
  • BULATS: 40 - 59

 

Courses


Semester 1

  • Research Methodology
  • Sustainability Management
  • Financial Management for Engineers
  • Risk Management

 

Semester 2

  • (Select Four (4) Elective Courses from the list)
  • Tall Building Engineering
  • Bridge Engineering
  • Seismic Design of RC Buildings and Sub-structures
  • Timber Engineering
  • Advanced Mechanics of Metal and Concrete Structures
  • Structural Rehabilitation and Retrofitting
  • Finite Element in Mechanics
  • Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Hazard and Risk Analysis
  • Advance Foundation Engineering

 

Semester 3

  • Research Project