This course is designed to prepare students to handle the practical and managerial
tasks the engineer is exposed to in the real life. It covers the main concepts in the
fields of planning, scheduling, organizing and controlling safety and quality control.
This course covers a construction project schedule as a network of activities. An
understanding of the logic diagram; network analysis through forward pass,
backward pass, critical path and float; and updating, evaluation and use of schedule
in cost crashing and resource leveling are exp

Learning Outcomes

1. Knowledge and Understanding

 Having successfully completed this module concerning, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:

  Understand technical  terms in  Tiling, Differentiate various types of tiles, Know the rule of  tiling, Enumerate the materials used in  tiling, Prepare the surface for tiling

 Know tiling application techniques,  Understand and recognize defects in tiling and repair work, Prepare the surface for tiling, Know how to  tile

 2. Practical Skills

Having successfully completed the module, students should be able to construct:

  • Mix of mortar for tiling
  • Cutting of tiles in different shapes
  • Tiling techniques
  • Wall and floor tiling

The course aims to provide the basic knowledge of topography to a student, to be competent in a range of routine tasks and activities that require the application of a range of basic practical skills in topography. It will equip students to carryout and interpret contour map manually or by computer application software. It also gives the competence to students to use surveying instruments. It covers coordinate system and Symbols as used in topography,Contour lines,Field exercises to produce a contour map, use of Covadis , the surveyor’s levels and their use in Levelling, Theodolite and Total Station.


The present module will enable all university third year students to acquire skills through the measurement and estimation of civil engineering works, to quantify, estimate cost, interprete thebuilding drawings, to conduct the rate analysis, to analyze the tenders and prepare the corresponding bids for engineering works competitions. 

This course is intended to provide a body of knowledge on the design of Steel and timber Structures. It is based on theoretical  and is using practical methods and regulations, adopted through the world. The course gives principles of design of such structures as Beams, columns, connections and roof trusses.