Undergraduate: (Civil Engineering)
There is a wide scope of Civil Engineering in today’s world. Following are few areas where Civil Engineers work:
- Coastal –Protect our beaches and coastal areas against flooding and erosion.
- Earthquake – Test structures to make sure that they can withstand earthquakes and are designed well to stop them collapsing
- Environmental – Finding new ways to protect our environment and work on wind farms, water purification, waste water treatment and solid waste treatment, air pollution, and hazardous waste management Structural – Design and build buildings, bridges, towers, flyovers, tunnels, as well as off shore structures like oil and gas fields in the sea .
- Transport – Ensure people and products move around the country quickly and safely. This could mean working on roads, canals, highways, rail systems, airports, and ports.
- Urban – Working in cities. Mainly to design, construct, and maintain the roads, sidewalks, water supply networks, sewers, street lighting, municipal solid waste management and disposal, storage depots for various bulk materials used for maintenance and public works (salt, sand, etc), public parks and bicycle paths .
- Water resources – Design and construct our water resources such as pipelines, water distribution systems, drainage facilities (including dams, channels, culverts, levees, storm sewers), and canals. Otherwise we will not have water when and where we need it.
- Providing Environmental consultancy services to national and multinational companies.
- Providing Services in federal or provincial environment ministries or environmental protection agencies Doing work with NGOs, international donors and development agencies such as World Bank, Islamic Development Bank, UNDP, UNICEF, etc
- Scientist in environmental laboratories or certification companies.
- Environmental management in industry.
- Teaching and research.