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BS CIVIL ENGINEERING COURSE DESCRIPTIONS alternatives, with and without the effects of income taxes and

replacement studies.
GE/Service Courses Prerequisite: DIFFCAL
Prerequisite to: None
ANAGEOM Analytical Geometry
2 units CIVENMA Engineering Management for CIV
The course covers equations of lines and conic sections, as well as 3 units
curve-tracing in both rectangular and polar coordinates in two- The course seeks to introduce the student to the basic theories
dimensional space. and tools of management and decision-making. It tackles in detail
Pre-requisite: ENGALG1, ENGTRIGM the functions of management in managing the following aspects
Co-requisite: SOLIMEN, DIFFCAL of a corporation: production, service operations, marketing and
Pre-requisite to: None finance functions.
Prerequisite: None
ANSOGEO Analytic and Solid Geometry Prerequisite to: CTMTREP, CONSMET
3 units
The first part of this course is Solid Geometry. Solid Geometry ENGALGE/ ENGALG1 College Algebra
covers volume and area formula for pyramids, cones, and 3 units
spheres. The second part is Analytic Geometry. Analytic Geometry The course seeks to develop the student's skills in manipulating
covers equation of lines and conic sections as well as curve algebraic expressions and equations; then develop an analytical
tracing in both rectangular and polar coordinates in two mind in applying such skills in solving word problems. Acquisition
dimensional space. of skills involves operations and simplification of algebraic
Pre-requisite: ENGALGE expressions, functions, inequalities and equations. It also includes
Pre-requisite to: None determination of the solution of sets of different types of
Co-requisite: ENGCAL1 algebraic equations in one variable, such as linear, quadratic,
polynomial of degree n, fractional, radical equations and
CHEMONE General Chemistry 1 quadratic in form, as well as those of transcendental functions
3 units such as exponential and logarithmic equations. Lastly, it includes
This is a first course in general and inorganic chemistry. It finding solution set of systems involving up to three variables, and
develops in the student basic concepts of matter and its quadratic by the elimination method and the use of
classifications; mass relationships in chemical reactions; the determinants.
properties of gases;, liquids, and solids; some concepts of Pre-requisite: None
thermochemistry; quantum theory and electronic behavior; Co-requisite: ENGTRIG
periodic relationship of elements in the periodic table; chemical Pre-requisite to: ANAGEOM, DIFFCAL, ENGALG2, LBYEC71
bonding; intramolecular forces; and solutions.
Pre-requisite: None ENGALG2 Advance Algebra for Engineering
Pre-requisite to: ENVIRON 2 units
The course seeks to develop in the student the skill to operate
DYNAMIC Dynamic of Rigid Bodies and manipulate matrices and evaluate determinants. It also seeks
2 units to develop in him the skill to determine the sum of elements in an
The course deals with the branch of Engineering Mechanics called arithmetic or geometric sequence, understand the fundamental
Dynamics the motion of bodies under the action of forces. It has principles of counting, evaluate and apply permutation and
two distinct parts, kinematics and kinetics; and they are applied combination, expand a binomial power by the binomial theorem
to the motion of particles and rigid bodies. The course also covers and mathematical induction. It also seeks to develop the
the work energy method and impulse-momentum as additional student's manipulative skills in solving systems of linear equations
approach to the conventional force-inertia method and dynamic by the use of matrices and determinants, and in decomposing
equilibrium method. A thorough comprehension of the subject rational expressions into partial fractions.
matter will provide the engineering student with one of the most Pre-requisite: ENGALG1
useful and powerful tools of analysis in Engineering. Pre-requisite to: None
Pre-requisite: ENGPHY1
Pre-requisite to: CIVFLUM ENGCAL1 / DIFFCAL Differential Calculus
4 units
CIVECON Engineering Economy for CIV The course includes the basic concepts of Calculus such as limits,
3 units continuity and differentiability of functions. It aims to develop in
The course deals with the basic concepts and techniques of the students the skills of differentiation of algebraic and
analysis useful in evaluating the worth of engineering and transcendental functions involving one or more variables.
business projects in relation to their cost. It covers fundamental Application of differential calculus to problems on optimization,
of accounts, interest and money-time relationships, depreciation rates of change, related rates, tangents and normals, and
and evaluation, methods of economy studies, comparison of
approximations are also discussed. It also includes partial functions. The trigonometric functions are introduced by using
differentiation and transcendental curve tracing. ratio of the sides of right triangles. After extending the domain of
Pre-requisite: ENGALGE, ENGALG1, TRIGSOL, ENGTRIG the trigonometric functions to arbitrary angles and real numbers,
Co-requisite: ANAGEOM, ANSOGEO the graphs and graphing techniques are considered.
Pre-requisite to: INTECAL, ENGPHY1, ENGCAL2, PHYENG1, Trigonometric identities and equations as well as the inverse
ECONENG trigonometric functions are topics of analytical trigonometry.
Computational skills in manipulating trigonometric expressions
ENGCAL2 / INTECAL Integral Calculus and equations are enhanced by solving problems on solutions of
4 units right triangles and solving problems involving oblique triangles
This course introduces the concept of integration and its using the Law of Sines and Cosines. Trigonometric forms of
application to some physical problems such as evaluation of complex numbers are also included. Finally, Spherical
areas, volumes of revolution, force, and work. The fundamental trigonometry covers the fundamental formulas and the solution
formulas and various techniques of integration are taken up and of spherical triangles.
applied to both single variable and multi-variable functions. The Pre-requisite: None
course also includes tracing of functions of two variables for a Co-requisite: ENGALG1
better appreciation of the interpretation of the double and triple Pre-requisite to: DIFFCAL, ANAGEOM
integral as volume of a three-dimensional region bounded by two
or more surfaces. ENVIRON Environmental Engineering
Pre-requisite: ENGCAL1, DIFFCAL 2 units
Pre-requisite to: ENGANAL, ENGIANA, QUANMET, ENGSTAT, This course begins with a study of the basic ecological principles
STATICS necessary for the understanding of environmental issues. This
includes the relationships between organisms in ecosystems,
ENGANAL / ENGIANA Differential Equation their relationships with the environment, and how materials in
3 units nature are recycled in the biosphere. Included also is the study of
This course aims to apply differentiation and integration in solving different environmental issues pertaining to water pollution, air
first order differential equations, and linear differential equation pollution and solid waste management. Governmental legislations
of order n. It also includes the concept of Laplace Transforms in related to waste management and environmental management
solving differential equations. systems are included.
Pre-requisite: ENGCAL2 / INTECAL Pre-requisite: CHEMONE
Pre-requisite to: CIVAMAT Pre-requisite to: HWRSASE

ENGSAFE Safety Management for Engineering GRAPONE Engineering Graphics I


1 unit 1 unit
Evolution of safety management; safety terminology; safety This is an introductory course in engineering graphics which deals
programs adopted by high risk industries; hazards in the with the training of students to read and execute drawings
construction; manufacturing, gas and power plants, and other properly. It is expected that engineers must at least be able to
engineering industries and how to prevent or mitigate them; interpret graphic representations of physical objects. Though
techniques in hazard identification and analysis in workplaces; most often he does not have to prepare the drawing himself, it is
off-the-job safety; disaster prevention and mitigation; and imperative that he knows to prepare them and this is best
incident investigation. learned by actually making the drawing.
Pre-requisite: None Prerequisite: None
Pre-requisite to: None Pre-requisite to: LBYMEEA

ENGSTAT Probability and Statistics for Engineering LBYCH11 General Chemistry 1 Laboratory
3 units 1 unit
The course covers the basic concepts of probability and statistics, This is a course aimed at developing basic laboratory skills. It
random variables, special discrete and continuous probability includes experiments and exercises illustrating the concepts
distributions, sampling concepts, sampling distributions, covered in General Chemistry 1.
presentation and analysis of data, hypothesis testing and linear Pre-requisite: None
regression analysis applied to engineering problems. Pre-requisite to: LBYCH13
Prerequisite: INTECAL
Prerequisite to: CIVTREN, TRETRAF, TRESYSD LBYEC71 Computer Technology Fundamentals for Engineering
Students
ENGTRIG Plane and Spherical Trigonometry 1 unit
3 units This is an introductory course to computer software and
This subject consists of two parts: plane and spherical computer technology. It covers topics on office productivity, web-
trigonometry. Plane trigonometry covers the discussion of angles authoring and engineering problem-solving methodology. The
and how they are measured, trigonometric expressions and students will have hands-on experience in applying the concepts
discussed in the course to engineering applications. In this course, of calculus will be used. This course also aims to develop the
students are also introduced to algorithm development in following desired Lasallian characteristics: critical and logical
preparation for more advanced computer programming courses. thinking, resourcefulness and innovativeness, perseverance, and
Pre-requisite: ENGALG1 self discipline.
Pre-requisite to: LBYEC72 Pre-requisite: ENGCAL1, DIFFCAL
Pre-requisite to: PHYENG2, ENGPHY2
LBYEC72 Computer Fundamentals and Programming 2
1 unit PHYENG2/ ENGPHY2 Engineering Physics 2
This course introduces the basic syntax and constructs of C 3 units
programming. This course presents the concepts of conditional This is a study of the fundamental concepts of electricity and
statements, iterative statements, arrays, strings, pointers, magnetism. It deals with Coulomb's Law, Electric Field, Gauss'
functions, structures, structure arrays, structure pointers, and Law, Electric Potential, Capacitance, cocurrent and resistance,
dynamic memory allocation. The course also presents the circuits, magnetic field, Ampere's Law, Faraday's Law of Induction
development of algorithms and the application of C programming and Maxwell's equation. In examining the concepts mentioned
in engineering problem solving. and its relevant consequences, vector methods ads well as the
Pre-requisite: LBYEC71 basic concepts of calculus will be used. This course also aims to
Pre-requisite to: None develop the following Lasallian characteristics, critical and logical
thinking, resourcefulness and innovativeness, perseverance, and
LBYPHY1/ LBYPH11 Physics Laboratory 1, Engineering Physics 1 self-discipline.
Laboratory Pre-requisite: PHYENG1, ENGPHY1
1 unit Pre-requisite to: CIVIMEC, CIVELEN
This laboratory course is designed for students from the College
of Engineering. It supplements the topics discussed in the lecture SOLIMEN Solid Mensuration+
class. Specifically, experiments in Mechanics are performed to 2 units
provide the students concrete applications of concepts learned in This course covers the mensuration of plane figures and solids.
the lecture class. It also covers activities to develop basic Topics on mensuration of plane figures include the concept of
laboratory skills. lines and planes, as well as formulas for computing area. The
Pre-requisite: None mensuration of solids deals with the Cavalleri's theorem and the
Co-requisite: PHYENG1 / ENGPHY1 (C) volume theorem, as well as the formulas for calculating the
Pre-requisite to: LBYPHY2 / LBYPH12 surface area and volume of solids, namely cubes, rectangular
parallelepipeds, prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones, frustrums,
LBYPHY2/ LBYPH12 Physics Laboratory 2 / Engineering Physics 2 and spheres. The theorems of Pappus are also included.
Laboratory Pre-requisite: ENGALG1, ENGTRIG
1 unit Co-requisite: ANAGEOM
This laboratory course is designed for students from the College Pre-requisite to: None
of Engineering. It supplements the topics discussed in the lecture
class. Selected experiments in Thermodynamics, Electricity and STATICS Statics of Rigid Bodies
Magnetism are performed to provide the students concrete 3 units
applications of concepts learned in the lecture class. This course focuses on the study of the external and internal
Pre-requisite: LBYPHY1, LBYPH11 effects of forces on rigid bodies. The topics that will be covered
Co-requisite: PHYENG2 , ENGPHY2 include Resultant and Component of Force Systems; Equilibrium
Pre-requisite to: LBYEC73 of Forces on Rigid Bodies; Analysis of Planar Structures (beams,
trusses and pin-jointed frames); Friction; Section Properties
MEDEFOR Mechanics of Deformable Bodies (Centroid and Moment of Inertia).
3 units Pre-requisite: ENGPHY1, INTECAL
This course focuses on the study of the external and internal Pre-requisite to: DYNAMIC
effects of forces on deformable bodies. Topics: stress, strain,
mechanical properties of materials, axial load, torsion, bending, TRIGSOL Trigonometry and Introduction to Solid Geometry
transverse shear, combined loadings, stress and strain 3 units+B1
transformation, deflections, structural design principles. This course is of two parts, Trigonometry and Introduction to
Pre-requisite: DYNAMIC Solid Geometry. Trigonometry covers the discussion of
Pre-requisite to: GEOENG, TSTRUC1, CIVMATL trigonometric expressions and functions, angles and how they are
measured. The trigonometric functions are introduced by using
PHYENG1/ ENGPHY1 Engineering Physics 1 ratios of sides of a right triangle. After extending the domains of
3 units the trigonometric functions to arbitrary angles and real numbers,
This course is a study of the conceptual foundations of Newtonian the graphs and graphing techniques are considered.
mechanics in examining Newton's three laws of motion and their Trigonometric identities and equations as well as inverse
relevant consequences, vector methods as well as basic concepts trigonometric functions are topics of analytic trigonometry.
Computational skills in manipulating trigonometric expressions The course introduces the students to the fundamental
and equations are enhanced by solving problems involving knowledge of research such as the research process, research
application to solutions of right triangles and solving problems methodologies and its design. The course is geared towards
using the Law s of Sines and Cosines involving oblique triangles. undergraduate civil engineering research (in general) and thesis
Lastly, trigonometric form of complex numbers and its use to find development.
all n solutions of complex numbers are included. The second part, Pre-requisite: ENGLRES
solid geometry, tackles the concept of lines and planes, Cavalieri's Pre-requisite to: THSCV11
Theorem and volume theorem, area formulas for plane figures
and volume formulas for solids such as cubes, rectangular CIVAMAT Advanced Engineering Mathematics for CIV
parallelepiped, prisms and cylinders. 3 units
Prerequisite: None The course comprises selected topics in mathematics and their
Pre-requisite to: ENGCAL1 applications in advanced courses in civil engineering and other
allied sciences. It covers Matices and Determinants, Vector
Civil Engineering Courses Analysis, and Numerical Method such as Curve Fitting, Roots of
Nonlinear Equations, Numerical Integration of Ordinary
BUILCON Building Design 2 Differential Equations. Also included are Fourier series and Power
1 unit series.
The study of the plumbing code, fire code and electrical code of Pre-requisite: ENGIANA
the Philippines; its interpretation application in building design Pre-requisite to: LBYCVN1
and construction.
Pre-requisite: BUILDES CIVDES1 Structural Design 1 (Reinforced Concrete)
Pre-requisite to: None 3 units
This course is concerned with the design, applications and code
BUILDES Building Design 1 specifications used in structural reinforced concrete members
1 unit subjected to flexure (beams, girders, joists, lintels, girts, etc.),
A study on building parts and its construction, i.e. from the tension and compression members (column), beam-column
foundation to the roofing. Study of the National Building Code connections using the Elastic Limit Method, also known as
and other pertinent codes. A practical subject that will develop in Allowable Stress Design (ASD) or Working Stress Design (WSD),
the student the skills required in building design and construction. and the Strength Design Method or the Ultimate Strength Design
This includes interpretation of building plans and actual building (USD). Applications and code specifications as applied to
plans and actual observation and study. buildings, and other reinforced concrete structures are also given
Pre-requisite: LBYMEEA emphasis.
Pre-requisite to: BUILCON Pre-requisite: TSTRUC2, CIVMATL
Pre-requisite to: None
CEHYDRA Hydraulics
3 units CIVDES2 Structural Design 2 (Steel)
This course presents applications of fluid mechanics and other 3 units
science and engineering disciplines in the analysis and design of To understand how to proportion structural steel members under
structures (e.g., reservoirs, dams, gates, pipe networks, pumps axial tension, axial compression, bending and shear, and
and turbines, open channels, bridges, water wells). The course is combined loading, etc. To have a background on LRFD principles.
designed using lectures, problem solving (analysis and design Pre-requisites: TSTRUC2, CIVMATL
exercises) and educational field trips. Pre-requisite to: None
Pre-requisite: CIVFLUM
Pre-requisite to: CIVWARE CIVDES3 Timber and Composite Design
2 units
CEHYDRO Hydrology Wooden structures, Properties of wood and lumber grades, Beam
3 units Design, Axial Forces, Combined Axial and bending Forces, Column
This course is concerned with the discussion of Hydrologic cycle; Design, Composite Sections, Structural Glued Laminated Timber
occurrence and analysis of components of hydrologic cycle such and Other timber products, Wood Connections and Fasteners,
as precipitation, evapotranspiration, infiltration, stream flow and Code specifications (NSCP 2001).
ground water; river and reservoir sedimentation; flood routing Pre-requisite: TSTRUC2, CIVMATL
techniques; probability analysis for hydrologic design; computer Pre-requisite to: None
design for hydrologic systems.
Pre-requisite: CIVFLUM CIVFLUM Fluid Mechanics for Civil Engineering
Pre-requisite to: None 3 units
Fluid Properties; Fluid Statics and Fluid Dynamics, Continuity,
CEMERES Method of research for CIV Energy, and Momentum Equation; Transport Theorems; Euler
1 unit and Navier Stoke's Equations; Bernoulli's Theorem and
Applications; Dynamic Similitude and Modelling; Boundary Layer Pre-requisite to: TRETRAN, LBYCVR2
in Incompressible Flow, Software Applications: WaterCAD,
Flowmaster and PondPack. CIVWARE Water Resource Engineering
Pre-requisite: DYNAMIC, MEDEFOR 3 units
Pre-requisite to: CEHYDRA, CEHYDRO Water Resource Engineering applications, Water Resources
Regions, Role of Hydrology and Hydraulics Structures, Watershed
CIVHWAY Highway Engineering Planning and Management, Geographical Information Systems,
3 units Case Studies.
Study of Traffic Characteristics; Design of Highway Geometric Pre-requisite: CEHYDRA
Elements and Pavement Structure; Highway Planning Pre-requisite to: HWRFIDE, HWRPEMS, LBYCVW4
Methodologies; Intersection Design and Signalization, and Design
for safety. CONMETH Construction Methods and Project Management
Pre-requisite: SURVEY3, GEOENG2 3 units
Pre-requisite to: CIVTREN This course deals with the principles of construction methods and
equipment, management and their applications. It covers project
CIVIMEC Mechanical Engineering Practices for Civil Engineers planning, scheduling, monitoring and control. It also includes
3 units concepts on organization, safety, information systems and
This course is an introduction to fundamental concepts of computer applications. Students are given opportunities to visit
thermodynamics; heat transmissions in building structures; actual project sites and observe the application of these theories
ventilating and air conditioning systems; air distribution system in construction projects.
design; and, indoor air quality. It includes design of electrical Pre-requisite: CIVENMA
services for buildings, elevator and escalator in buildings, fire Pre-requisite to: None
protection and intelligent building.
Pre-requisite: ENGPHY2 CTMCOST Cost Engineering
Pre-requisite to: None 3 units
The course deals primarily with cost engineering and accounting
CIVLAWS Civil Engineering, Ethics, Laws, Contracts and Specs systems in construction projects. Discussion covers data to be
3 units collected, information to be produced, procedures and policies in
The course is designed to prepare civil engineering students for system implementation and typical forms used. Relevant topics in
professional practice. Topics include education and practice of financing and purchasing are also discussed. Computer
civil engineering law and other laws governing the profession, applications will be considered as well as practical insights on the
engineering contracts and contractual obligations and cost control systems of on-going construction projects.
professional ethics. Pre-requisite: None
Pre-requisite: CIVMATL Pre-requisite to: None
Pre-requisite to: None
CTMDATA Data Management
CIVMATL Construction Materials and Testing 3 units
3 units This course covers Civil Engineering Information Systems,
The course deals with the physical properties of common Information Engineering Architectures, Information Strategy,
construction materials primarily concrete (cement, coarse and Enterprise-wide Information Strategy Planning, Case Tools,
fine aggregates), metals (mainly steel reinforcing bars), wood and Relational Database, Modeling and Normalization, Zachman's
asphalt. Other alternative construction materials such as plastic Framework, Object Oriented Modeling and Design, Data
and other synthetic materials are also included. The course covers Warehousing and Data Mining.
the examination of material properties with respect to design and Pre-requisite: CTMMATS
use of end product, design and control of aggregates, concrete Pre-requisite to: None
and asphalt mixtures, principles of testing, characteristics of test,
properties of materials and materials testing equipment. CTMMATS Materials Science
Pre-requisite: MEDEFOR 1 unit
Pre-requisite to: CIVLAWS, CIVMATL, CIVDES1 Advanced topics on the basic construction materials and testing:
concrete, asphalt, metals, and timber; new developments in
CIVTREN Transportation Engineering construction materials: properties and processes; research and
2 units development of indigenous construction materials.
Design and construction aspects of Highway Surfaces and Pre-requisite: CIVMATL, LBYCVC1
Railways' Guideways; Capacity and Level of Service of Air, Rail, Pre-requisite to: None
and Highways. Environmental impacts and their mitigation of
transportations systems; Traffic-Analysis Techniques; Traffic Flow CTMTREP Entrepreneurship for Engineers
and Control. 3 units
Pre-requisite: CIVHWAY, ENGSTAT
This course is designed to introduce the upper level development and Management (with emphasis on Mini and
undergraduate students to the concepts and practices of Micro Hydro power).
entrepreneurial thinking. Using a combination of lectures, case Pre-requisite: CIVWARE
studies, student led discussions, team business plans, and Pre-requisite to: None
investor presentation formats, the course teaches life skills in
entrepreneurial thought and action that student can utilize in HWRSASE Sanitary and Wastewater Engineering
careers ranging from starting companies to intrapreneurship, Idea 3 units
Generation and Feasibility Analysis, and Business Planning. This course combines concepts and principles of environmental,
Pre-requisite: MANAGEN, ECOENG, BUILDES sanitary sciences and engineering as applied to control/regulation
Pre-requisite to: None of water pollution (e.g. septage or wastewater collection,
treatment and disposal) and to the control/regulation of disease
FOUNDEN Foundation Engineering through proper sanitation (e.g. solid waste management), proper
2 units vector control (e.g. mosquito, fly, rodent control) and specific
Basic concepts in foundation design, soil exploration, design of applications related to food sanitation and as applied to buildings
shallow and deep foundations. General understanding of the (e.g. plumbing).
ground-structure interaction; determine what soil investigation Pre-requisite: ENVIRON, CEHYDRO
approach and foundation scheme to use for a given situation; Pre-requisite to: None
provide basis for rational foundation design.
Pre-requisite: GEOENG2, TSTRUC2 LBYCVB1 Building design 1 Laboratory
Pre-requisite to: None 1 unit
A study on building parts and its consideration, i.e. from the
GEOENG1 Geotechnical Engineering 1 foundation to the roofing. Study of the National Building Code
2 units and other pertinent codes. A practical subject that will develop in
This course deals with the study of the identification and the student the skills requires in building and construction. This
classification of soils and rocks, mass wasting, weathering rocks, includes the interpretation of building plans and actual
natural disasters related to geological engineering, site observation and study.
investigation and subsurface exploration, soil classifications, the Co-requisite: BUILDES
physical and index properties of soil, compaction, water flow Pre-requisite to: LBYCVB2
though soils, capillarity and seepage analysis.
Pre-requisite: MEDEFOR LBYCVB2 Building Design 2 Laboratory
Pre-requisite to: GEOENG2 1 unit
The study of the plumbing code, fire code and electrical code of
GEOENG2 Geotechnical Engineering 2 the Philippines, its interpretation application in building design
2 units and construction.
This course deals with the principles of effective stresses and total Co-requisite: BUILCON
stress, one-dimensional consolidation, and settlement, lateral Pre-requisite: LBYCVB1
earth pressure theory and soil strength. Pre-requisite to: None
Pre-requisite: GEOENG1
Pre-requisite to: FOUNDEN LBYCVC1 Construction Materials and Testing Laboratory
1 unit
HWRFIDE Flood Control, Irrigation and Drainage Engineering This course is the laboratory component of the "Construction
3 units Materials and Testing", which is about the physical properties of
Types of irrigation developments, water requirements in crops, common construction materials primarily concrete (cement,
sources of irrigation, storage and outlet works, diversion works, coarse and fine aggregates), metals (mainly steel reinforcing
regulating cross drainage works, management of irrigation water. bars), wood and asphalt.
Pre-requisite: CIVWARE Co-requisite: CIVMATL
Pre-requisite to: None Pre-requisite to: None

HWRPEMS Water Supply, Water Power, Water Development and LBYCVC3 Construction Methods and Project Management
Planning Laboratory
3 units 1 unit
Quantity of water: Factors affecting water use, Design periods for This course deals with the principles of construction methods and
Water Supply Components, Water Pipes, Collection and equipment, management and their applications. It covers project
Distribution of Water, Quality of Water Supplies, Treatment of planning, scheduling, monitoring and control. It also includes
Water; Hydro Power in the Philippines, Full, Mini, Micro Hydro concepts on organization, safety, informations systems and
Power, Components of the scheme, Power from Water, Designing computer applications. Students are given opportunities to visit
the Schemes, Plant Factor, Basic Geological Studies, Civil Works, actual project sites and observe the application of these theories
Commissioning and Testing, Financial Evaluation, Project in construction projects.
Co-requisite: CONMETH Computer-aided design and analysis of highways using the
Pre-requisite to: None Highway Capacity Software (HCS) and the traffic simulation
software using Dynameq to study the speed, volume, and density
LBYCVD1 Structural Design 1 Laboratory relationship of traffic flow.
1 unit Co-requisite: CIVTREN
This course is the laboratory component of the "Principle of Pre-requisite to: None
reinforced Concrete", which is about the design and analysis of
reinforced concrete members subjected to flexure, tension, LBYCVR2 Transportation Planning
compression, and combined stresses using the Elastic Limit 1 unit
Method, also known Working Stress Design (WSD), and the This course follows the traditional four-step urban transport
Strength Design Method or the Ultimate Strength Design (USD). planning which include trip generation, trip distribution, modal
Applications and code specifications as applied to buildings, and split analysis, and traffic assignment. Trip Generation pertains to
other reinforced concrete structures are also given emphasis. the understanding of where person trips are produced (trip
Co-requisite: CIVDES1 production) and attracted (trip attraction) and includes such
Pre-requisite to: None topics as uniform growth factor method, cross
classification/categorical analysis and regression analysis. In trip
LBYCVD2 Structural Design 2 Laboratory Distribution, this pertains to where the person trips are
1 unit distributed in each and every zone of the study area and the
This course is the laboratory component of the "Analysis and topics include the uniform growth factor method, the fratar
Design of Steel Structures", which is about the design and analysis method and gravity model. Modal split analysis considers the type
of structural steel members subjected to flexure, tension, of modes being used during travel, usually trips are basically
compression, and combined stresses using the Allowable Stress divided into public and private modes and such models as logit
Design (ASD), Plastic Design, and the introduction of Load and choice analysis is being used. In Traffic Assignment, the trips are
Resistance Factor Design (LRFD). Applications and code then assigned to the road network and the simplest methods
specifications as applied to buildings, frames and other steel used are the shortest path algorithms considering the distance or
structures are also given emphasis. travel time.
Co-requisite: CIVDES2 Pre-requisite: CIVTREN
Pre-requisite to: None Pre-requisite to: None

LBYCVG1 Geotechnical Engineering 1 Laboratory LBYCVS1 Elementary Surveying Laboratory


1 unit 1 unit
Description and Classification of Soils, Determining moisture The laboratory component of SURVEY1, Elementary Surveying
content, specific gravity of soil, Atterberg Limits, Grain Size and both should be taken simultaneously. Most topics studied in
Analysis, Compaction test, Field density test and permeability SURVEY1 will be performed in the field as laboratory exercises.
tests. Co-requisite: SURVEY1
Co-requisite: GEOENG1 Pre-requisite to: None
Pre-requisite to: None
LBYCVS2 Higher Surveying Laboratory
LBYCVG2 Geotechnical Engineering 2 Laboratory 1 unit
1 unit The laboratory component of SURVEY2, Higher Surveying, and
California Bearing Ratio Test, Consolidation Test, Unconfined both should be taken simultaneously. Most topics studied in
Compressive Stress of Soil, Direct Shear Test, Triaxial Compression SURVEY2 will be performed in the field as laboratory exercises.
Tests. Co-requisite: SURVEY2
Co-requisite: GEOENG2 Pre-requisite to: None
Pre-requisite to: None
LBYCVS3 Engineering Surveys Laboratory
LBYCVN1 Civil engineering Computer Methods 1 unit
1 unit This course deals with the different types of route and
Computer Programming and applications in civil engineering. The construction surveys; horizontal and vertical controls; highway
Visual Basic programming language or appropriate or appropriate and railway curves such as horizontal curves, i.e. simple,
computing tools (spread sheets, MathCAD, Matlab, etc) are used compound, reverse, and spiral curves, vertical curves, i.e.
in solving practical problems in civil engineering. symmetrical and unsymmetrical, sight distance and earthworks
Pre-requisite: CIVAMAT, LBYEC72 engineering.
Pre-requisite to: None Co-requisite: SURVEY3
Pre-requisite to: None
LBYCVR1 Transportation Engineering Laboratory
1 unit LBYCVT2 Theory of Structures Laboratory
1 unit
Computations in advanced topics in the mechanics of deformable Co-requisite: CEHYDRO
bodies and analysis of statically determinate and indeterminate Pre-requisite to: None
beams. Structural model exercises in Unsymmetrical Bending,
Deflection of beams, frames and trusses. LBYCVW4 Coast and River Engineering
Co-requisite: TSTRUC2 1 unit
Pre-requisite to: None Energy and Momentum Principles in Open Channel Flow,
Resistance-Non Uniform Flow Computations, Channel Control
LBYCVT3 Computer-Aided Structural Analysis and Design Structures, Channel Transitions, Unsteady Flow, Flood Routing,
1 unit Sediment Transport, Coastal Processes-wave theory concepts,
Computer-aided structural modeling, analysis and design using tides and currents, ports and harbor structures.
state-of-the-art software GRASP, ETABS, SAP2000, GEAR etc. Pre-requisite: CIVWARE
Pre-requisite: TSTRUC2 Pre-requisite to: None
Pre-requisite to: None
LBYEC73/LBYECE3/CIVELAB Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory
LBYCVT4 Structural design of Buildings for CIV
1 unit 1 unit
Concrete and Steel: Advantages and Disadvantages, Properties, This course allows the students to verify the laws and theorems
Stress-Strain Relationships; Design Methods: WSD and USD; discussed in CIVELEN through experimentation and project
Design and Analysis for Flexure; Singly Reinforced Rectangular construction. The course topics include experimental
Sections; Doubly Reinforced Rectangular Sections; Non- determination of the characteristics of the different circuit
rectangular Sections, T, I etc. configurations, electrical power, Ohm's laws, Kirchhoff's laws,
Pre-requisite: CIVDES1, STEQUAK Superposition, Thevenin's equivalent circuit, and AC circuits.
Pre-requisite to: None Designs of experiments are also included in this course.
Prerequisite: LBYPH12
LBYCVW1 Fluid Mechanics for CIV Laboratory Co-requisite: CIVELEN
1 unit Pre-requisite to: None
This laboratory course supports the lectures in CIVFLUM through
experimentations, demonstration and computational exercises PRCCV11 Civil Engineering Practicum
which aim to verify and/or apply fluid mechanics 2 units
theories/principles: hydrostatic force, buoyancy, continuity, This course serves as an on-the-job training for the Civil
energy relationships (e.g. friction). Students will devote their time Engineering students at the end of their academic courses. This
making observations, taking measurements, performing will develop their skills as a future engineer in charge of planning,
calculations, analyzing, summarizing results and writing reports. designing, analyzing, and other tasks that may be needed by the
Co-requisite: CIVFLUM construction industry. The students will need to finish 480 hours
Pre-requisite to: None of work in the construction field whether it may be head in office
or in the jobsite.
LBYCVW2 Hydraulics Laboratory Pre-requisite: PERSEF3
1 unit Pre-requisite to: None
This laboratory course supports the lectures in CEHYDRA through
experiments, demonstration and computational exercises which STEBRID Bridge Engineering
aim to verify and/or apply fluid mechanics and other science and 3 units
engineering disciplines' principles (e.g. hydrology) in relation in Highway loading: Load Distribution; moving Loads; Deck Girder
hydraulic systems: pipe networks, rainfall-run-off and well Bridges; Design of Bridge Elements; Piers, Abutments;
phenomena/interaction, open channels. Students will devote Specifications and codes; Bridge construction.
their time making observations, taking measurements, Pre-requisite: CIVDES1, CIVDES2
performing calculations, analyzing, summarizing results and Pre-requisite to: None
writing reports.
Co-requisite: CEHYDRA STEPRES Prestressed Concrete Design and Special Topics in RC
Pre-requisite to: None Design
3 units
LBYCVW3 Hydrology Laboratory Prestressing principles and methods; analysis and design of
1 unit sections for bending; ultimate strength of section; loss of
This course is concerned with the discussion of Hydrologic cycle; prestress shear design; applications to bridges, buildings and
occurrence and analysis of components of hydrologic cycle such tanks; special properties of materials needed for effective
as precipitation, evapotranspiration, infiltration, stream flow and prestressing.
ground water; river and reservoir sedimentation flood routing Pre-requisite: CIVDES1
techniques; probability analysis for hydrologic design; computer Pre-requisite to: None
modeling for hydrologic systems.
PRCCV11 Civil Engineering Practicum boundaries, hydrographic surveying, practical astronomy, and
2 units photogrammeteric surveying.
This course serves as an on-the-job training for the Civil Pre-requisite: SURVEY1
Engineering students at the end of their academic courses. This Pre-requisite to: SURVEY3
will develop their skills as a future engineer in charge of planning,
designing, analyzing, and other tasks that may be needed by the SURVEY3 Engineering Surveys
construction industry. The students will need to finish 480 hours 2 units
of work in the construction field whether it may be head in office This course deals with the different types of route and
or in the jobsite. construction survey; horizontal and vertical controls; highway and
Pre-requisite: PERSEF3 railway curves such as horizontal curves, i.e. simple, compound,
Pre-requisite to: None reverse and spiral curves, vertical curves, i.e. symmetrical and
unsymmetrical, sight distance and earthworks engineering.
STEQUAK Earthquake Engineering Pre-requisite: SURVEY2
3 units Pre-requisite to: None
This course deals with the fundamentals and basics concepts of
seismic design as well as the minimum standards for the analysis, THSCV11 Project Study 1 for CIV
design, and construction of earthquake resistant structures. The 1 unit
course covers the introduction to seismology and seismicity of Civil Engineering Thesis Proposal
the Philippines, lessons learned from earthquakes, seismic code Pre-requisite: TSTRUC2, CEMERES
provisions, procedure of design of earthquake resistant Pre-requisite to: THSCV12
structures, seismic analysis of buildings and structures, calculation
of seismic forces, and dynamic analysis of structures. It also deals THSCV12 Project Study 2 for CIV
with the determination of loads of structures due to earthquake 1 unit
motions, methods of analysis for lateral forces, dynamics of single Civil Engineering Thesis Writing
and multi degree-of-freedom system, approximate dynamic Pre-requisite: THSCV11
analysis, concepts of mass, damping, stiffness of structures, and Pre-requisite to: THSCV13
retrofitting of existing building. Critical building configurations
and appropriate methods of analysis are also given emphasis. THSCV13 Project Study 3 for CIV
Applications and specifications as applied to buildings and other 1 unit
skeletal structures are also given importance. Civil Engineering Final Thesis Defense
Pre-requisite: TSTRUC3 Pre-requisite: THSCIV12
Pre-requisite to: None Pre-requisite to: None

STESDES Structural Design of Buildings TRESYSD Transportation System and Design, Airports, Ports and
1 unit Railways
Concrete and Steel: Advantages and Disadvantages, Properties, 3 units
Stress-Strain Relationship; Design Methods: WSD and USD; Design This course is divided into three fields of study, (1) airport
and Analysis for flexure; Singly Reinforced Rectangular Sections;
engineering, (2) ports and harbors, (3) railway engineering. In
Doubly Reinforced Rectangular Sections; Non-rectangular airport engineering, the aircraft characteristics and design are
Sections: T, I etc. first discussed and its effect on the planning and design of both
Pre-requisite: CIVDES1, STEQUAK the landside and airside facilities are then applied. Airport
Pre-requisite to: None capacity and delay are also given emphasis. In ports and harbors,
the course introduces the basic wave mechanics and the second
SURVEY1 Elementary Surveying part deals with engineering applications for harbors, their
2 units planning and design. In railway engineering, the planning, design
Measurement of distances and correction, Surveying instruments, and operation of rail (regional and urban) facilities are discussed.
Area computations, Latitude and departure computations, DMD Focus is also given to route layout and location as well as the
method, Balancing the traverse, Elevation determination, design of rail stations and terminals.
Leveling. Pre-requisite: CIVMATL, ENGSTAT
Pre-requisite: LBYMEEA Pre-requisite to: None
Pre-requisite to: SURVEY2
TRETRAF Highway Design and Traffic Safety
SURVEY2 Higher Surveying 3 units
2 units The topics includes: Statistical analysis and data presentation
The subject is continuation of SURVEY1 and theories and techniques; Linear Regression Analysis, Operation Research
concepts stadia surveying, topographic surveying, triangulation methodologies like Linear Programming and Network Analysis
and trilateration, missing data, subdivision of lots, irregular focusing on Transportation Networks; Queueing Theory;
Simulation with application to traffic and transportation This course covers matrix analysis of structures planar trusses,
engineering problems. beams, rigid frames, plane grids, space trusses and space frames
Pre-requisite: ENGSTAT, CIVMATL including special topics in modeling and analysis of structures
Pre-requisite to: None such as elastic supports, inclined supports, internal hinges,
substructuring, non-uniform members, axial deformation.
TRETRAN Transportation Planning Pre-requisite: TSTRUC2, CIVAMAT
4 units Pre-requisite to: None
This course follows the traditional four-step urban transport
planning which include trip generation, trip distribution, modal
split analysis, and traffic assignment. Trip Generation pertains to Course Offering by Specialization
the understanding of where person trips are produced (trip
production) and attracted (trip attraction) and includes such Construction Technology and Management:
topics as uniform growth factor method, cross Advanced Construction Engineering
classification/categorical analysis and regression analysis. In trip Advanced Concrete and Materials Technology
Distribution, this pertains to where the person trips are Construction Safety and Risk Management
distributed in each and every zone of the study area and the Construction Problems
topics include the uniform growth factor method, the fratar Sustainable Infrastructure and Life Cycle Analysis
method and gravity model. Modal split analysis considers the type
of modes being used during travel, usually trips are basically Geotechnical Engineering:
divided into public and private modes and such models as logit Advanced Soil Mechanics
choice analysis is being used. In Traffic Assignment, the trips are Advanced Geomechanics
then assigned to the road network and the simplest methods Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
used are the shortest path algorithms considering the distance or Geo-Environmental Engineering
travel time. Furthermore other topics included are travel demand Ground Improvement Techniques
management and public transportation systems. This course has a Slope Stability Analysis
laboratory component which uses Urban Transportation Planning
software (EMME) and students are expected to develop an urban Hydraulics and Water Resources Engineering:
transport plan as their final project. Advanced Hydrology
Pre-requisite: CIVTREN Advanced Hydraulics
Pre-requisite to: None Ground Water Development
Water Resource Planning and Management
TSTRUC1 Theory of Structures 1 Wastewater and Solid Waste Management
3 units
This course covers advanced topics in the mechanics of Structural Engineering:
deformable bodies and analysis of statically indeterminate beams. Seismic Analysis and Design of Buildings
The specific topics include Unsymmetrical Bending, Non- Advanced Modeling and Analysis of Concrete Structures
homogeneous beams, Curved Beams, Shear Center, Inelastic Advanced Steel Structures
Bending, Plastic Moment, Buckling of Columns, Deflection of Earthquake Engineering and Disaster Mitigation
beams, Double Integration Method, Moment Area Method, Applied Computing in Structural Engineering
Method of Superposition, Conjugate Beam Method. Advanced Bridge Engineering
Pre-requisite: MEDEFOR
Pre-requisite to: TSTRUC1 Transportation Planning and Engineering:
Urban Transportation Planning for Philippine Cities
TSTRUC2 Theory of Structures 2 Public Transit Management and Operations
3 units Intelligent Transportation Systems
This course covers the theory of structures as applied to statically Advanced Modeling Applications in Transportation
determinate and indeterminate structures planar and space
trusses, beams and rigid frames. The specific topics include Elastic Common Integrative Courses (for PhD):
Strain Energy, Deflection of trusses, beams and frames using the Seminar on Sustainable Infrastructure and the Environment
Virtual Work Method and Castigliano's Theorem, The Force Seminar on Natural Disaster Risk Mitigation and Mgt.
Method, Slope Defelection Method, Moment Distribution Seminar on Applied Computing in Civil Engineering
Method, Influencer Lines. Environmental Engineering Applications of GIS
Pre-requisite: TSTRUC1 Urban and Regional Infrastructure Planning
Pre-requisite to: TSTRUC3, CIVDES1, CIVDES2, CIVDES3

TSTRUC3 Theory of Structures 3


2 units