Engineering Sciences, BSc
Do you enjoy problem-solving and making things work? Or work better? Do you see possibilities in applying scientific concepts to real world problems? Are you open to exploring various solutions to big problems? Do you enjoy creating things? If so, UCA's Engineering Sciences programme is for you.
UCA's Engineering Sciences programme will produce well-rounded, creative engineers that have both the applied technical knowledge and the necessary entrepreneurial spirit to inspire and lead economic and social development in Central Asia. Four key principles are at the heart of this programme: leadership, interdisciplinary thinking, entrepreneurial spirit and design capabilities.
The Engineering Sciences curriculum delivers an innovative approach to integrated engineering with specialisations available in chemical and process engineering or civil engineering with an emphasis on infrastructure development. The programme provides you with an interdisciplinary base to develop your long-term leadership potential as well as the skills you need to perform in jobs immediately after graduating.
You can pursue specialisations in chemical and process engineering or civil engineering with an emphasis on infrastructure development. Classroom learning is strengthened by professional practice, internships, seminars and labs. The curriculum is being developed in partnership with, and is based on curricula at, world renowned universities.
Computer Science for Engineering
Numerical Methods and Applications
Energy and Power Engineering
Structural Theory and Design
Materials in Design
Professional Practice Component
Introduction to Systems Engineering
Business and Entrepreneurship
Project Engineering and Management
Sustainable Design & Lifecycle Costing
Law, Professional Practice & Ethics
Design Project A / B
Electives (Choose 6 courses within specialisation)
Process / Chemical Engineering (Choose 6)
Mass and energy balances
Chemical Reaction Engineering
Process Synthesis and Design
Civil Engineering (Choose 6)
Geology & Rock Mechanics
Soil & Geotechnical Engineering
Foundations, Structures & Structural Design
Transportation, Roads, & Pavement Design
Introduction to Environmental Engineering
Electromagnetic Fields and Waves
Discrete Mathematics and Probability*
Signals and Systems
Data Structures and Algorithms*
Computer Organization and Architecture
Digital System Design
* Subject to change.
Your minor complements your major area of study, enriching your skill set and knowledge base, making you an all-rounded candidate for any future employer.