In line with the maximum requirement criteria set by HEC for the admission on MS program
Students are required to fulfill the following criteria:
Student admitted in PhD program after august 25, 2010 have to submit the requisite GAT subject or GRE subject I thin period of one year that is by October 31, 2011.
Course work of 18 credit hours preferably in the first year is required to be completed and followed by a comprehensive examination for granting candidacy as PhD researcher.
The PhD dissertation must be evaluated by at least two PhD experts from technologically/academically advanced foreign countries in addition to local committee members.
An open defense of dissertation is essential part of PhD program after positive evaluation.
Acceptance/Publication of at least one research paper based on PhD research in an HEC approved “X” category journal is a requirement for the award of PhD degree.
The plagiarism test must be conducted on the Dissertation before its submission to the two foreign experts, as described below.
A copy of PhD Dissertation (Both hard and soft) must be submitted to HEC for record in PhD country Directory and for attestation of PhD degree by the HEC in future.
The minimum duration required to earn PhD degree in Civil Engineering is 3 years. The maximum duration of PhD program is 6 years. One year more is permissible in subject to the permission of the dean.
Students whose proposals are accepted along with their admission will be instructed by his/her supervisor to choose from the list of subjects relevant to his/her research area/work.
NUMBER OF COURSES
Advanced Concrete Technology
Advanced Structural Analysis
Advanced Mechanics of Materials
Advanced Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures
Design of Pre-Stressed Concrete Structures
Advanced Steel Structures
Introduction to Bridge Engineering
Design of Masonry structures
Advanced Structural Dynamics
Finite Element Methods
Timber Based Building System
Applied Research Methods for Civil Engineers
Probability and Statistics
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation
Advanced Foundation Engineering