Ph.D. Civil Engineering(Structural, Geotechnical, Water Resource)
Civil Engineering(Structural, Geotechnical, Water Resource) is one of the most sought-after engineering fields since it involves the study of the design, development, and maintenance of physical and natural infrastructure, which is one of the most popular engineering fields. Graduates with a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering are prepared to work as professors in universities, research organizations, the private or public industry, or in government sectors. The majority of Ph.D. Civil Engineering programs include coursework, examinations, and dissertation research. A doctorate in civil engineering is the most appropriate degree to acquire if you intend to continue your education in this discipline and pursue a research career.
- Presenting and Defending Research Thesis
- Fundamentals of Ecology, Wastewater Techniques, Ecosystem and Environment
- Hydrology and Irrigation
- Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics
- Concrete Structures
- Steel Structures
- Soil Mechanics
- Structural Analysis
- A degree in a relevant subject, earned from a recognized university after 18 years of relevant education.
- At least 70% marks (in the Annual system) or CGPA of at least 3.0 (on a scale of 4.0).
- Applicant must have earned Master degree with coursework and Thesis.
Candidates with a PhD in Civil Engineering are permitted to specialize. Geotechnical, structural, construction and management, transportation, and environmental are only a few examples. The majority of PhD Civil Engineering programs include coursework, examinations, and dissertation research. Graduates with a PhD in Civil Engineering are prepared to work as educators in universities, research organizations, the private or public sectors of industry, or in government.