Updated : 22 April 2013
|SKAA 1012 Civil Engineering Fundamentals
This course is only offered in the 1st Semester every year to all new students who have just registered in the Faculty of Civil Engineering. The course includes a general introduction to the field of civil engineering and the engineer’s responsibilities to society. Main subfields in the discipline such as Structural Engineering, Transportation and Geotechnical Engineering, Hydraulics and Hydrology and Environmental Engineering will be highlighted.
Problem solving exercises apply fundamental concepts from these subfields to integrate the steps of analysis, synthesis and evaluation through individual homework assignments and group projects through competition in selected civil engineering fields that require attention to a broad range of issues.
The course also exposes the students to issues related to engineering practice such as working in teams, scheduling, evaluating risk and making ethical decisions. Prior to regular weekly lectures and project exercises, a special welcoming lecture will be given by the Dean of the Faculty.
|SKAA 1023 Engineering Surveying
This course provides the basic theory and practice of surveying to civil engineering students. Methods of establishing horizontal & vertical control for construction and design are explained and compared. Detailing for producing site plans, area and volume estimations, road curves geometric design are also discussed. Error analysis and adjustments are described. The concept of field survey automation and the usage of software are explained. At the end of the course, students are expected to be able to plan, execute, compute and analyse surveying works involved in establishing horizontal & vertical controls and producing plans for civil engineering applications. Students should also be able to geometrically design horizontal and vertical curves according to standards, perform area calculations and volume estimation for earthwork activities in civil engineering.
|SKAA 1031 Surveying Camp
After successfully completing course SAB 1023, students are well exposed to the theory and practice of surveying. Nevertheless, surveying projects that were undertaken so far are ‘stand alone’ projects with emphasis on the understanding of the concepts involved. Therefore, this subject provides training of the surveying work involved in a typical civil engineering project. In other words, this subject gives a holistic view of the surveying activities needed prior to and during the construction stage of a civil engineering project. The course will furthermore, train students in planning and executing survey works on a larger scale.
The surveying works involved depend on the type of project undertaken, but normally include establishing horizontal and vertical controls, detailing, earthwork calculations and setting out. Students are assessed based on their oral presentation and written reports submitted at the end of the course. This subject introduces the basics and concepts of surveying in general with emphasis towards engineering surveying. Basic surveying needs commonly required in civil engineering are explained. Methods of establishing horizontal & vertical controls, detailing for producing site plans, area and volume estimations, road curves geometric design and setting out are discussed. Students are introduced to the typical field tasks as required in civil engineering. Common methods of field procedures, bookings and reduction of observations are adopted.
Students are expected to be able to establish horizontal and vertical controls, setting out and detailing. The importance of surveying field activities prior to the design and during the construction stages in civil engineering work is highlighted. Since accuracy of survey work is vital in ensuring designs are exactly positioned, students must be able to conduct survey works that meet standard accuracies.
|SKAA 1213 Engineering Mechanics
The course is designed to expose the students to the basic principles of statics and dynamics. The subject is divided into two parts: Mechanics of Statics and Mechanics of Dynamics. The content of the lecture will be emphasized on the application of the basic mechanics principle in civil engineering.
Mechanics of Statics deals with equilibrium of bodies, i.e. bodies at rest and bodies moving with a constant velocity. It includes resultant and resolution of forces, equilibrium of a particle, force system resultant, equilibrium of rigid bodies, center of gravity and centroid, and moment of inertia of an area.
Mechanics of Dynamics deals with the accelerated motion of bodies. It includes kinematics and kinetics of a particle and of a rigid body. Kinematics discusses the relationship between displacement, velocity and acceleration against time. Kinetics covers the concepts of force and acceleration (Newton’s second law of motion), energy and work, impulse and momentum, and vibration.
At the end the course, students should be able to incorporate and utilise principles of applied mechanics in civil and structural engineering problems.
|SKAA 1422 Civil Engineering Drawing
This course is designed to expose the students to the basic understanding of engineering drawings. It will cover the aspect of understanding and interpretation of the element of drawings. Student can exercises his creativity to draw construction lines during the orthographic and isometric projection exercises. This will be ends with the hands-on session with Computer Aided Design (CAD).
Students will also be exposed to the civil works drawings, i.e. the earthworks and the reinforcement drawings. Several exercises are performed with the use of CAD to get the students acquaintance of the software. During this session, students will be asked to design, draw and submit group projects that are given to them. After completing this course students should be able to produce civil engineering drawings using CAD.
|SKAA 1513 Fluid Mechanics
This course is designed to introduce and apply the concepts of Fluid Mechanics (fluid statics and kinematics, forces and flow in closed conduits, with/and centrifugal pumps) and to solve problems related to Civil Engineering. It encompasses topics such as fluid statics and fluid dynamics. The pressures and forces in these static and dynamic fluids are introduced, discussed and analyzed through equations. It also covers upon the analyses of flows in closed conduits to include minor and major head losses. The performance characteristics, functions and applications of centrifugal pumps in pipeline systems are also demonstrated and analyzed in this course.
|SKAA 1713 Soil Mechanics
This subject is compulsory subject for civil engineering students. The content of this subject will give a student basic understanding and exposure towards practical in Geotechnical Engineering. It will cover on basic soil properties which, consists of soil composition, soil classification and soil compaction. Besides that, it will also discuss on water in soil and soil shear strength. The topic that will cover is important to civil engineers where most of problems occur at site will involve with geotechnical and soil mechanics. At the end of this subject, students will able to apply the knowledge on basic soil properties, water in soil and shear strength parameters in the planning, analysis, design and supervision of related geotechnical works.
|SKAA 2012 Civil Engineering Laboratory 1
Civil engineering is a practical field and the laboratory work is essential to be performed by students in this field. The laboratory work, which consists of workshops and experiments are designed to expose students essential problem solving and experimental techniques. Most of the generic attributes that the students must develop at the University are acquired through the laboratory experiments and researches. Laboratory sessions are able to strengthen the students to relate the fundamental theories with laboratory experiments in the field of concrete, geotechnics, hydraulics, and structural engineering. Each student will experiences data collections and performs data analysis and result interpretations. Application of the experimental results to the real civil engineering problem will be highlighted.
Upon completion of the course, students are expected to be able to perform laboratory experimental work and investigation in concrete, geotechnics, hydraulics and structural engineering, to develop the techniques of conducting measurements, data analysis and interpret results in written report, and to develop generic attributes and enhance their ability to participate effectively in a laboratory environment and be able to work as a part of a team.
|SKAA 2032 Mechanical and Electrical Systems
This course is a service course from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering & The Faculty of Electrical Engineering. The course will exposed civil engineering students to the fundamentals of Mechanical & Electrical building services. The topics to be covered in the Mechanical Portions are design of Domestics Water Supply System, Fire Prevention System, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning System and Lift and Escalators System. Students will be exposed more on design using professional charts and codes and catalogues from manufacturers.
The electrical portion of the course covers single phase and three phase system followed by an insight to transformer and induction motor operation. The electrical section will also cover the commercial practice of electrical wiring and substation design. At the end of the course, students should be able to demonstrate the understanding of electrical system and machines operation and ability to design domestic wiring system.
|SKAA 2112 Civil Engineering Materials
This course is designed for students to understand the different types of construction materials in civil engineering. It will emphasize on types and function of cement, the function of aggregates in concrete, water, admixtures, properties of fresh and hardened concrete, concrete mix design, manufacturing concrete on site, properties and application of timber, types and characteristics of brick and block, ferrous and non-ferrous metal, and other latest materials in construction industry. At the end of the course students should be able to describe, identify and discuss the properties and behaviour of different types of civil engineering materials together with the applications of the materials in practice.
|SKAA 2223 Mechanics of Materials and StructuresPre-requisite : SKAA 1213 Engineering Mechanics
This is a core subject. Students will be able to understand the basic theory of the fundamental principles of mechanics of materials. Students will be able to incorporate these basic fundamentals into application of the basic design of simple structures. It will assure them of the concepts of stress and strain, plane-stress transformation, shear force and bending moment, stresses in beams, deflections of beams, vibration of beams, columns, and torsion. At the end of the course, the students should be able to solve numerous problems that depict realistic situations encountered in engineering practice. The students will also be able to develop and master the skills of reducing any such problem from its physical description to a model or symbolic representation to which the principles may be applied.
|SKAA 2513 Hydraulics
Hydraulics is one of the major discipline of civil engineering. This course introduces the concepts of open channel fluid flow and their applications in hydraulics engineering problems. It covers various aspects of open channel hydraulic including types of open channel flow, design of channel section dimensions, uniform and non-uniform steady flows. Flow distribution in pipe network system and dimensional analysis are also included. At the end of the course, students should be able to apply the knowledge in solving civil engineering hydraulics problems.
|SKAA 2712 Engineering Geology and Rock MechanicsPre-requisite : SKAA 1713 Soils Mechanics
This course is designed to enable students to evaluate, to apply and to analyse the relevant geological and rock mechanics principles in designing safe and economical rock engineering structures. In geology, the related topics on rock types/classifications, geological structures and geological processes are taught. Having acquired this knowledge, the principles of rock mechanics are then introduced mainly to highlight the relevancy of engineering properties of geological materials in designing rock engineering projects. These principles include engineering properties of rock material, rock discontinuities and rock stabilisation systems. At the end of the course, students should acquire the related knowledge and principles in geology and rock mechanics, and should be able to apply these knowledge and principles in designing safe and economic engineering structures in rock masses.
|SKAA 2722 Geotechnics IPre-requisite : SKAA 1713 Soil Mechanics
This course is one of the core courses, which provides solid background knowledge on the properties and behaviour of soils for geotechnical engineering practice. Understanding of the course will help the students in designing civil and geotechnical engineering structures. Topics for the course are stresses in soils, compressibility and consolidation of soils, and slope stability. At the end of the course, students should be able to analyse and apply the related theories of soil behaviour, and to solve problems of stresses on retaining structures, consolidation settlement and slope stability.
|SKAA 2832 Highway EngineeringPre-requisite : SKAA 1713 Soil Mechanics
This is one of the compulsory courses which will expose students to the fundamental theory of highway engineering. Topics covered are highway materials and evaluations, premix plants, construction techniques and plants, mix designs, quality controls and testing, pavement structural thickness design, highway drainage, pavement visual assessment, maintenance and rehabilitation.
|SKAA 2912 Water Treatment
This course is designed to expose the students to water treatment technology. Topics discussed include basic water quality requirement, water characteristics, water treatment process and supply, and design of unit water treatment systems. For design of water treatment system, it will cover the design of unit treatment operation. Other than treatment methods, the course also discuss on the water distribution.
|SKAA 2922 Wastewater Engineering
This course is designed to expose the students to wastewater treatment technology. Topics discussed include basic environmental microbiology, characteristics of wastewater, wastewater analysis (Biological Oxygen Demand, Chemical Oxygen Demand and Suspended Solids), design of conventional wastewater treatment systems, sludge treatment and design of septic tank. For design of wastewater treatment systems, it will cover the design of sedimentation tank, Waste Stabilization Pond, Conventional Activated Sludge, Extended Aeration, Aerated Lagoon and Trickling Filters. At the end of the course, the student should be able to apply the knowledge to design a simple unit operation of wastewater treatment systems and also to modify existing unit operation.
|SKAA 3012 Civil Engineering Laboratory 2
Civil engineering is a practical field and the laboratory work is essential to be performed by students in this field. The laboratory work, which consists of workshops and experiments are designed to expose students essential problem solving and experimental techniques. Most of the generic attributes that the students must develop at the University are acquired through the laboratory experiments and researches. Laboratory sessions are able to strengthen the students to relate the fundamental theories with laboratory experiments in the field of concrete, environment, geotechnics, transportation, hydrology, and structural engineering. Each student will experiences data collections and performs data analysis and result interpretations. Application of the experimental results to the real civil engineering problem will be highlighted.
Upon completion of the course, students are expected to be able to perform laboratory experimental work and investigation in concrete, transportation, hydrology, geotechnics, environment and structural engineering, to develop the techniques of conducting measurements, data analysis and interpret results in written report, and to develop generic attributes and enhance their ability to participate effectively in a laboratory environment and be able to work as a part of a team.
|SKAA 3021 Integrated Design Project 1Pre-requisite : To be determined as required basis
Integrated Design Project 1 is tailored to encourage students to explore the inception and conceptual planning stage of a civil engineering development project. The subject focuses on site and utility planning of a development project given to students, working in groups. Such exercise may include developing a survey plan for the specific proposed site, developing a general drainage and sewerage plan including evaluation of and connection to existing infrastructure and possible need for sewage lift station, proposing location and type of soil investigation to be carried out, producing preliminary road and utility cross sections and recommending any improvements to ease traffic congestion, developing an environmental mitigation plan including sittings of detention ponds and wetlands, to consider alternatives for sustainable design, evaluate the impact of relocating existing utility services and producing a preliminary project design schedule showing milestones and critical path.
The scope and brief of the proposed development will be as reflective of a real life development project. Students are required to integrate their knowledge of civil engineering disciplines such as (but not limited to) geotechnical engineering, highway and transportation, waste water engineering, and sustainable development considerations into their overall project work. At the end of this course, the students will be able to comprehend the importance of proposing a viable and workable development project and appreciate the importance of integration and synthesis of various discipline of civil engineering knowledge.
|SKAA 3031 Integrated Design Project 2Pre-requisite : To be determined as required basis
Integrated Design Project 2 (IDP 2) is tailored to expose and familiarize students to conduct a feasibility study and preliminary design of a civil engineering development project that has been developed previously in Integrated Design Project 1 (IDP 1) (conceptual planning stage). The aim of the Feasibility Study phase is to determine the optimum scheme from a technical, economic, environmental, and construction view. A Feasibility Study Report is the minimum expected output of this phase. The Feasibility Report shall encompass all the engineering attributes developed in the Planning Stage (IDP 1) and shall propose several options. Each option shall then be investigated to measure its capability to sufficiently address the project constraint aspects and the optimum scheme determined. The chosen scheme will then be developed to the stage of producing a Detailed Design Brief to be adopted at the final Integrated Design Project phase (SKAA 4042). Such exercise shall in part maintain the continuity of the IDP project series.
At the end of this course, the students will be able to comprehend the importance of reviewing and selecting a feasible technical proposal and appreciate the importance of integration and synthesis of various discipline of civil engineering knowledge.
|SKAA 3045 Industrial TrainingPre-requisite : All Basic Civil Engineering Core Subject
This course is a core course which will exposed students to the application of Civil Engineering in working environment. The student will have a better view of applying theoretical knowledge in classroom and adopt it practically in the professional environment. Student will be exposed to team working, professional ethics, experience and knowledge used in Civil Engineering. It was expected that towards the end of practical training, they will have a clear view of Civil Engineering profession.
|SKAA 3122 Construction Technology & Estimating
This is a compulsory course. This course emphasizes on the principles of construction in building and civil engineering works, which consists of site preparation and layout, earthwork activities, construction of various building elements such as foundations, floors, walls and roofs. It also covers other important aspects in construction i.e formworks and scaffoldings. General concepts on industrialized building systems including precast, prestressed and modular coordination in construction are also introduced.The syllabus also covers the introduction to the methods of estimating and the preparation of the Bills of Quantities and project estimating.
At the end of the course, the students should be able to describe and distinguish the various building elements, techniques and systems used in a construction and also to be able to estimate the cost of the building elements. The students should also be able to demonstrate capability of working in a team and some acquirement of contemporary knowledge.
|SKAA 3233 Design of Steel & Timber StructurePre-requisite : SKAA 3243 Theory of Structures
This is a core subject. Students will able to incorporate and utilise technology in the analysis and design of steel and timber structures It will expose the students to the analysis and design of steel and timber structural elements. For the steel design, the topics covered include the advantages and the general concepts of steel constructions, analysis and design of restrained and unrestrained beams, columns with axial load, columns with axial load and bending moment, trusses, bolt and weld connections. For timber structures, the topics covered include the design of beams and columns.
|SKAA 3243 Theory of StructuresPre-requisite : SKAA 2223 Mechanics of Materials
This course is designed to expose students to the analysis of determinate and indeterminate structures in civil engineering. The course emphasizes on analysis of beams, portal frames, arches and cable structures subjected to various load conditions using classical techniques. Analysis by influence line for determinate beams, methods of consistent displacement by virtual work approach, slope deflection, moment distribution, and plastic method for beams and frames are covered. The course is limited to the analysis of linear elastic behaviour of structures except in plastic analysis where the critical loads at failure of structures are examined. At the end of the course, students should be able to apply the knowledge and use the techniques for analyzing indeterminate structural elements.
|SKAA 3352 Reinforced Concrete Design IPre-requisite : SKAA 2223 Mechanics of Materials
This is a core course which will provide an understanding and ability to analyze and design reinforced concrete structural elements. Among the topics discussed are objective and methods of design, code of practice, analysis and design of sections for moments and shear, checking for deflection and cracking, durability and detailing requirements, design of simply supported and continuous beams, and design of one way and two way restrained simply supported slab. Furthermore the students will be exposed to the concept of prestressed concrete which covers topics on principle and methods of prestressing, stress limit, losses and selection of section.
|SKAA 3413 Computer Programming
This course is designed to expose the students on the development of programming skill using a computer language, which is suitable for the current computer operating system. It will emphasize on the general concept of computer programming that includes steps of problem solving using computer, algorithm and program logic tools, interface design, modularization, arrays, files and graphics.
Examples, assignments and group projects related to various civil engineering fields are given to the students. At the end of the course, the student should be able to plan, analyse, and write computer programs for basic civil engineering applications.
|SKAA 3613 Hydrology and Water ResoursesPre-requisite : SKAA 1513 Fluid Mechanics
The course emphasizes hydrology and its application in the field of engineering especially those related to water resources. Interdisciplinary aspects of hydrology that will be introduced and discussed are the understanding of the hydrological processes. These processes are precipitation, evaporation, transpiration, surface runoff, groundwater flow, infiltration and interception. Some processes will be discussed in more detail as compared to the others. An introduction to flood estimation will be highlighted together with the basic analysis and concept design in accordance to local guideline of Urban Storm water Management Manual for Malaysia (MASMA). Frequency analysis will be discussed in this subject. A brief introduction to the hydrologic modeling processes will be introduced as a basic requirement to the understanding to the empirical and numerical modeling concepts.
Upon completion of the course, students are expected to be able to describe and assess all the physical processes found in the hydrologic cycle together with the basic quantitative hydrologic analysis methods.
|SKAA 3712 Geotechnics IIPre-requisite : SKAA 2722 Geotechnics I
This course will provide students with sound knowledge on site investigation and foundation designs for civil and geotechnical engineering structures. The main topics of the course are site investigations, shallow and pile foundations. The importance of site investigation for safe and economic foundation designs will be emphasized. Methods, procedures and planning of effective site investigation will be addressed. The topic of shallow foundation will be based on Terzaghi’s theory and Meyerhof’s general bearing capacity equations, which will include the effects of ground water and eccentric load. Static formulae (Meyerhof’ method, and β methods) and dynamic formula will be introduced to determine pile capacity.
|SKAA 3842 Traffic Engineering
This is one of the compulsory courses which will expose students to the fundamental theory of traffic engineering. The content of traffic engineering course provides students with the fundamental theory of traffic flow and management. Major topics include traffic studies, drivers’ behavior and interactions, statistics, the fundamental theory of speed–flow–density relationships and applications in road performance analysis, the design of traffic signalized system, and highway geometric design.
|SKAA 3913 Environmental Management
The course is designed to expose the students to various aspects in environmental pollution and concepts of environmental management. The course will emphasize on discussion in different aspects of water, air, soil, and noise pollution, various pollution control and prevention methods, environmental regulations, environmental impact assessment (EIA), as well as environmental management system (EMS). Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate and apply the knowledge by the ability to identify specific pollution control technology and methods and the processes in preparing an environmental impact assessment (EIA) report. The students should be able to synthesize the knowledge in a group project and to demonstrate a cooperative effort while working in a team.
|SKAA 4021 Civil Engineering Seminar
This course is designed as a compulsory attending course, which is carried out based on a seminar format. Speakers from within the University and from within the practicing civil engineering-based organisations will be invited to talk on specialised topics and issues in civil engineering field including safety and health. At the end of the course, student should be able to understand the actual civil engineer practices in civil-engineering based activities, and adhere to professional ethics.
|SKAA 4022 Research Methodology and Pre-Project
This course is a compulsory course for all students before they undergo the Final Year Project. In this course, the student will be exposed in various aspect of research including types of research, method of literature review, research design, results and analysis, writing of thesis and journal and also presentation skills. The students will also be exposed to the problem solving methodology, decision-making and data collection process. This helps to prepare the students for Final Year Project.
The student has to prepare a Pre-Project report in the topic that will be given by their supervisors. At the end of this course, students should be able to understand all aspects of research, conduct research in a systematic way, solve and analyse data and results and write and present project report.
|SKAA 4034 Final Year ProjectPre-requisite : SAB 4022 Research Methodology and Pre-Project
This course is compulsory for all students before they can get their Bachelor Degree. In this course, the student is expected to be able to conduct research activity independently with supervision from their supervisor. The students are also required to write a good thesis report and be able to present their project findings effectively. At the end of the course, students should be able to conduct research in a systematic way, collect data relating to the project, solve and analyse data to obtain results, write a good project report and present project findings.
|SKAA 4042 Integrated Design Project 3Pre-requisite : To be determined as required basis
Integrated Design Project 3 is the final phase of the IDP series tailored to process the Detailed Design Stage of a development project that has previously undergone the (i) Planning Stage Integrated Design Project 1 (IDP 1) and (ii) Feasibility and Preliminary Design stage Integrated Design Project 2 (IDP 2). The subject focuses on the implementation and integration of infrastructure design and building design to produce a comprehensive final technical report including engineering proposals and drawings, specifications and bills of quantities, cost estimates of development projects given to students, working in groups. Apart from basic infrastructure design, students are also required to integrate their knowledge of other civil engineering disciplines such as (but not limited to) structural analysis and design including geotechnical (foundation) design, project scheduling techniques and sustainable development considerations into their overall project work. The content on this subject (apart from structural analysis & design, geotechnical engineering, construction management including sustainable issues etc. which has been covered in other core subjects) covers basic infrastructure design such as earthworks design, storm water drainage design, potable water supply design, sewerage reticulation design and road design. At the end of this course, the students will be able to comprehend the needs and requirements of local/government authorities regarding submission procedures and are able to appreciate the importance of integration and synthesis of various discipline of civil engineering knowledge.
|SKAA 4113 Constructions & Project Management
This course aim to develop understanding on the importance of construction management principles and its related tools. The course starts with analyzing the general perspective of management processes and their relationship to construction. The role and responsibilities of a project manager will be explained. Then the focus is on construction project life cycle together with the roles and responsibilities of professionals involved at each stage within different project deliveries methods. Apart from that ethical issue related to engineering profession will be discussed.
The second part of the course will include the usage of tools available in construction management particularly in the application of planning and scheduling technique using Gantt Chart and networking technique. The course will also expose the students on the application of contemporary scheduling software available in the market.
The application of scheduling technique will cover the issues related to resource management, resource allocation and project time cost trade-off. The third part of the course dedicated in analyzing the project cash flow requirements, project monitoring and control. The course ends with the discussion on contemporary issues in construction. The final part of the course covers an introduction to the development process and construction contracts, types of tender, tendering process and the preparation of tender documents, strategy in tendering including quality and safety and health in construction management.
|SKAA 4223 Structural AnalysisPre-requisite : SKAA 3243 Theory of Structures
This course is designed to expose the students in analysing two-dimensional and three-dimensional structures using matrix operational method and computer applications. The matrix operational method is also suitable to be programmed in computers as the solutions adopt the matrix concept. The course consists of the stiffness method, concept for solving matrices and also structural modelling using existing software. The structures include beams, trusses, frames and grillage. At the end of the course, students should be able to analyse the structures by using the numerical methods and/or the existing computer software. The students should also have a problem solving skill on problems of interest in Civil Engineering structures.
|SKAA 4333 Reinforced Concrete Design 2Pre-requisite : SKAA 3352 Reinforced Concrete Design 1
This course is a core course which will exposed students to a wider scope of reinforced concrete design. As a continuation to the Reinforced Concrete Design 1, the topics to be covered are design of staircase, design of column, design of footing and pile cap and design of retaining walls. Furthermore the students will exposed to the method of analysis of reinforced concrete frame.
|SKAA 4412 Civil Engineering Information SystemsPre-requisite : SKAA 3413 Computer Programming
This course is designed to expose the students in analysing, designing and developing the huge of data. It concerns on the management of information and how to model it in a structured manner. The used of Database Management System (DBMS) as an application tool give the student a further step in order to apply an IT application in solving their problems. This course also exposes the knowledge on the usage, management and sharing of data and information to ensure that information is manipulated and used effectively. The introduction of Knowledge Management also has been introduced. At the end of the course, students should be able to plan, analyse, and modelling the information for develop DBMS related to civil engineering problems.