MS Civil Engineering
MS Civil Engineering is a postgraduate program in which students in Civil Engineering learn about basic concepts, theories, and hands-on training about constructing buildings, dams, tunnels, disaster control systems, etc. It is an engaging two-year academic degree program that is known as the oldest engineering discipline. Studying design, management, planning, surveys, maintenance, and supervision of infrastructure is an integral part of this degree program; students also learn about the maintenance of housing societies, archaeological sites, and highways. Moreover, it is an evergreen practical field and less focused on mere theories. As a result, civil engineering is in high demand in various industries, including vehicle design, aerospace design, airliner design, and space station project design. This career requires devotion and enthusiasm, and the engineers are delighted when they view the results of their hard work.
- Steel Structures
- Architecture and Town Planning
- Engineering Hydrology
- Construction Management
- Fluid Mechanics
- Soil Mechanics
- Engineering Mechanics
- Civil Engineering Materials
- Engineering Mechanics
- Basic Electrochemical Engineering
- 16 years of education in relevant field.
- 50% marks in previous degree.
- Passing marks in Entry test.
The scope of civil engineering would never diminish because of the increasing need for civil engineering services in Pakistan. There is a surge in new housing societies, road networks, and other infrastructures due to the tremendous increase in population. Aside from that, the scope is heavily reliant on the graduate’s motivation, abilities, hard work, and training because nothing happens naturally. It is the highest-paid type of engineering in Pakistan. Therefore civil engineers have a bright and secure future. Some of the job opportunities available for Civil Engineers in Pakistan and across the world include Contractors, Civil Project engineers, Civil Maintenance engineers, Quality Control Engineers, and many others. Civil engineers can work in a variety of professions and sectors, both public and private, to build and advance their careers:
- Airports industry
- Bridges industry
- Highways agencies
- Railway industry
- Environmental industry
- Geotechnical companies
- Coastal and marine industries
- Energy and power plant industries
- Tunneling industry
- Water and public health companies