The Structural Engineering Department is targeting national and international recognition and
accreditation. The main goal of the Department undergraduate program is, therefore, to provide
an integrated curriculum with appropriate theoretical knowledge and technical skills enabling
students to develop capabilities and attitudes that are essential for their future successful career, in
which they can respond to professional market demands and contribute positively to fulfill the
needs of their society and country.

The program aims at qualifying students to understand system constituents, behavior, analysis, design, construction, and development in the following areas:

● Analysis and Mechanics of Structures
● Materials Engineering and Technology
● Reinforced Concrete Structures
● Steel and Metallic Structures
● Construction Management and Engineering

The planned main attainments of the B.Sc. Civil Engineering graduates are:
● Graduates will practice civil and structural engineering in the private and public sectors in Egypt, the Middle East Region, and elsewhere; or successfully pursue advanced studies and careers in academia or in other research environments.
● Graduates will have obtained technical and non-technical knowledge/skills that contribute to personal and employer success, and benefit the communities they serve.
● Graduates will recognize conflicts and adhere to professional ethical standards.
● Graduates will apply sustainability principles in their structural and construction engineering projects and designs, and will contribute to the welfare of the society and the development of the profession through responsible practice of engineering and conscientious involvement in professional organizations.
● Graduates will advance in responsibility and leadership in their careers and engage in continuous professional development to respond to rapidly evolving technological and social challenges, and will aim for advanced degrees and professional licensure.


The Department program will ensure that the intended learning outcomes (ILOs), which describe a set of skills that students are expected to have at the time of graduation, will fulfill the following abilities/capabilities:

1. Ability to apply fundamentals of mathematics, basic sciences, and engineering to analyze and solve structural engineering problems.
2. Ability to design and conduct laboratory experiments, and analyze and interpret results.

3. Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints in recognized major civil and structural engineering areas, such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, and sustainability constraints.
4. Ability to participate and function effectively in teamwork.
5. Ability to identify, formulate, and solve structural engineering problems.
6. Ability to identify and analyze ethical issues when they arise, and conform to highest professional standards and codes of ethics while dealing with them.
7. Ability to communicate effectively in oral, written and graphical forms.
8. Ability to read, interpret, and prepare technical and engineering drawings.
9. Ability to acquire broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions on safety, health, welfare and the well-being of society and the environment.
10. Ability to attain new knowledge independently, and recognize the need for life -long learning as a necessity for progress in the profession.
11. Ability to show awareness of emerging technologies in local and global context, and contemporary issues related to society.
12. Ability to use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools for problem solving and design that are both necessary for practicing engineering profession.
13. Ability to conduct structural analysis and design for metallic and reinforced concrete components and structures.
14. Ability to show competence in tackling structural engineering problems that are important to Egyptian and regional construction industries.
15. Ability to prove proficiency in design, and to identify professional practice issues in recognized major areas of structural engineering.