CEN 160 CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWING-I [1.5]
Introduction to plane geometry: pentagon, hexagon, octagon, ellipse, parabola, hyperbola. Projection (solid geometry): cube, triangular prism, square prism, pentagonal prism, cone, cylinder. Development of cube, pyramid, cone, prism; section and true shape of cube, pyramid, cone. Isometric drawing: cube, pyramid, cone. Oblique drawing: cube, pyramid, cone. Interpretation of solids.
CEN 207 ENGINEERING MEASUREMENT AND SURVEY [2.0]
Reconnaissance survey; Linear measurements; traverse survey; plane table survey, leveling and contouring; calculation of areas and volumes; problems on heights and distances; curves and curve ranging, transition curve, vertical curve. Tachometry: introduction, principles and problems on tachometry. Astronomical surveying; definition, instruments, astronomical corrections, systems of time. Photogrammetric; introduction of terrestrial photography, aerial photography, reading of photo mosaic, scale; project surveying; errors in surveying; remote sensing; introduction to global positioning system (GPS).
CEN 213 CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS [3.0]
A study of the principal materials used for engineering purposes with special attention to their engineering properties and the importance of these properties to the engineer. Materials included are: Brick, lime, cement, aggregate, iron and steel, concrete, timber, Ferro cement, bitumen, paints, and tiles. Properties of materials – atomic structure and bonding of materials; yielding, fracture and elasticity of the materials. Design of concrete mixes.
CEN 216 QUANTITY SURVEYING [2.0]
Quantity estimates of items of civil works e.g. building, bridge, truss and highway.
Analysis of rates; use of software in quantity surveying; Specifications of materials of construction projects.
CEN 231 ENGINEERING MECHANICS 
P. MAT 167. Introduction to SI units; scalar and vector quantities; resolution of vectors; coplanar concurrent forces: equilibrium of a particle, free-body diagram; forces in space; moments, coplanar parallel forces; coplanar non-concurrent nonparallel forces; equilibrium of rigid bodies in space; centroids, moment of inertia of areas, moment of inertia of masses; analysis of forces in simple trusses, frames, beams, flexible cords; friction; second moment of inertia of areas and masses; principles of virtual work, power and energy, and impulse and momentum.
CEN 258 MECHANICS OF SOLIDS LAB 
Compression test of timber, compression test of metallic spring, direct shear test of timber, direct shear test of metallic specimens, test of beam bending, biaxial bending test, non-destructive test, impact test of metal specimen, buckling and torsion test, tension test of metal specimens, hardness test of metal specimens, location of centre of gravity, verification of Lames’s theorem, test of flexible chord, simple harmonic motion test, impulse-momentum test by using Compression Testing Machine, Impact Testing Machine, Torsion Testing Machine and Buckling Testing Machine.
CEN 268 FLUID MECHANICS LAB 
Test for Open Channel Flow: Flow measurement through orifice, flow measurement through mouthpiece, flow measurement through V-notch, flow measurement through venturimeter, determination of velocity coefficient by coordinate method, Test for Fluid Mechanics: Flow measurement through broad-crested weir, flow measurement through sharp-crested weir, flow measurement through a sluice gate, flow measurement through a Parshall flume, demonstration of the hydraulic jump, verification of Bernoulli’s theorem, determination of the center of pressure by using Hydraulic Bench, Flume (Glass Sided), Bernoulli’s theorem verification and Center of Pressure Apparatus.
CEN 489: Bridge Engineering [2.0]
Introduction and Classification of Bridges; Design Concept of Cable stayed Bridges, Steel Bridges, Long Span Bridges; Causes of Bridge failure; Repair and Maintenance of Bridges; Term Project on Bridge Engineering.
CEN 309 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN I [4.0]
P. CEN 257. Stability and determinacy of structures; analysis of statically determinate trusses and arches; influence lines; moving loads on beams, frames and trusses; cable and cable supported structures. SFD and BMD of determinate beams and frames. Wind and earthquake loads; approximate analysis of statically indeterminate structures; braced trusses, portal frames, mill bent and multistoried building frames.
CEN 327 ENGINEERING HYDROLOGY [3.0]
Hydrologic cycle. Weather and Hydrology. Precipitation, evaporation and transpiration. Infiltration. Stream flow. Application of telemetry and remote sensing in hydrologic data acquisition. Rainfall-runoff relations. Hydrography, unit hydrography. Hydrologic routing. Statistical methods in hydrology.
CEN 347 ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF REINFORCED CONCRETE II [3.0]
P. CEN 323. Two-way slabs, columns, footings, retaining walls, reinforced concrete floor and roof systems. Review of codes, yield line method, Introduction to prestressed concrete.
Design of a slab bridge, simple girder bridge and a low-rise building.
CEN 372 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING I LAB [1.0]
Determination of roadway capacity, determination of saturated flow at traffic signals, aggregate impact value, aggregate crushing value, aggregate ten percent fine value, flakiness index of aggregate, elongation index of aggregate, angularity number of aggregates, determination of specific gravity of bitumen, determination of penetration of bitumen, determination of solubility of bitumen, Marshall method of mix design, California Bearing Ratio (CBR) test of sub-grade soils by using Impact Testing Macine, California Bearing Ratio (CBR) Apparatus, Marshall Method Apparatus, Standard Penetrometer, Sieve Shaker, Solubility Measuring Accessories and Traffic Counter apparatus.
CEN 378 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING II LAB [1.0]
Field identification test, the Atterberg limit test, field density test, specific gravity test, relative density test, grain size distribution by sieve analysis, hydrometer analysis, permeability test, direct shear test, unconfined compression test and consolidation test by using Hydrometer, Deflocculating Agent, Drying Oven, Sieve Shaker, Desiccators, Direct Shear Machine, Unconfined Compressions machine and Liquid Limit Devices.
CEN 409 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN II [3.0]
P. CEN 309. Deflection of beams, frames and trusses by virtual work method; space trusses; analysis of statically indeterminate structures by consistent deformation, moment distribution, slope deflection, stiffness matrix, flexibility matrix, column analogy, influence line for statically indeterminate beams, frames, arches.
CEN 471 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING II [3.0]
P. CEN 371. Design controls and criteria; road intersection, vehicle and traffic characteristics. Design, construction, maintenance and evaluation of flexible and rigid pavements. Highway drainage and drainage structures. Introduction to waterways and airways, planning and design of airports. Railway engineering.
CEN 441 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING – II [3.0]
Water treatment methods: plain sedimentation, sedimentation with coagulation, filtration, disinfection; treatment of industrial water;
Wastewater: estimation of wastewater, wastewater collection system, hydraulics of sewer, design, construction and maintenance of sanitary sewer and storm sewer; microbiology of wastewater; primary and secondary treatment of sewage;
Environmental sanitation: introduction, Environmental pollution; Environment protection and management; sanitation practices in Bangladesh; different sanitation options-various types of pit latrines, pour flash latrines etc.
Health and hygiene; disease description, transmission and control, hygiene education. Introduction to air and noise pollution; introduction to solid waste management.
CEN 451 PROJECT EVALUATION, PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT [4.0]
Team, Principles of management; budgeting, estimating and project costing, feasibility, evaluation, planning and scheduling, and controlling: PERT, CPM, resource scheduling; materials management and bid/tender process. Psychology in administration.
Application of planning and management principles to civil engineering projects. Introduction to construction management; construction contracts and specifications; inspection and quality control; construction safety; construction equipment and plants.
Theory and practice of construction operations, equipment utilization and construction methods. Analysis of costs. Optimizing techniques used in managing civil engineering projects. Heavy equipment costs.
CEN 479 ADVANCED REINFORCED CONCRETE [3.0]
Review of slabs, beams, columns; design of long columns; two-way slab system: grids, waffle slabs, ribbed slabs; slab design by equivalent frame method. Deep beams, curved beams, shear walls, building frames. Bulk storage structures (silos, bins); design for torsion. Advanced problems in foundations of structures. Limit state design, yield line analysis and plastic design. Codes and specifications and their influence in structures.
CEN 483 ADVANCED TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING [3.0]
Transportation planning process; advanced pavement system, traffic management concept; traffic accident investigation; city road and street network; grade separation and interchanges; pedestrian and bicycle facilities; urban bypass and new M-E pavement design. Environmental aspects of highway traffic and transportation project; elements of traffic flow. Planning, analysis, evaluation and implementation of transportation projects.
CEN 481: Environmental Pollution & its Control [2.0]
Environment Pollution and Its Control: water pollution – sources and types of pollutants; waste assimilation capacity of streams; dissolved oxygen modeling; ecological balance of streams; industrial pollution; heavy metal contamination; detergent pollution and eutrophication; ground-water pollution; marine pollution; pollution control measures – water quality monitoring and management.
Air pollution – sources and types of pollutants; effects of various pollutants on human health, materials and plants; air pollution meteorology; global warming and greenhouse effects; air pollution monitoring and control measures.
CEN 403: Integrated Water Resources Planning and Management [2.0]
Basic concepts in integrated water resources management, Economic, Environmental and institutional aspects, Participation of beneficiaries, Formation of users’ group. Fisheries management, Strategic planning, System analysis approach, Conceptual framework and models, Analytical techniques, Operation and maintenance of water resources systems,
CEN 407: River Engineering [2.0]
Behavior of alluvial rivers, River channels pattern and fluvial processes. Aggradation and degradation, local scours, river training and bank protection works. Navigation and dredging Sediment movement in river channels, bed forms and flow regimes.
CEN 415: Professional Practices and Communication [2.0]
The project cycle; project proposal; contractual provisions; techniques of specification writing; evaluation of bids; project evaluation.
Interpretation of literature, documents etc.; communicating; preparation of report; industrial and labour relations; professional ethics in Civil Engineering.
CEN 473: Traffic Planning & Management [2.0]
The transportation planning process; traffic management concepts; traffic accident investigations; city road and street networks: grade separation and interchanges, pedestrian and bicycle facilities. The urban bypass; Environmental aspects of highway traffic and transportation projects; elements of traffic flow.
CEN 485: Prestressed Concrete [2.0]
Pre-stressed concretes: materials; pre-stressing systems; loss of prestress; analysis of sections for flexure, shear, bond and bearing; beam deflections and cable layout; partial prestress. Design of Prestressed sections for flexure, shear, bond and bearing.