MS Civil Engineering

Program Introduction

If you have a passion for innovation, a career in Civil Engineering might be for you. Civil engineers are the most important people when it comes to engineering, problem-solving and technological advancement. They work to meet the challenges of society related to traffic, water, energy, development and community planning. These engineers apply computer-aided designs and highly advanced aspects of computer and mathematical engineering to build technologies that make our world more systematic and efficient.

The MS Civil Engineering Program at UMT focuses on application of advanced knowledge in various disciplines of Civil Engineering which includes water resources, geotechnical, transportation and structures. Students are taught to apply skills and knowledge of analysis, design, simulation and modeling tools to real life situations. They study engineering in an environment where multidisciplinary research and activities are encouraged and facilitated. The program aims to create future leaders for industry, academia, government and society who set a vision upon fundamental knowledge, analytical skills, creativity, perspective and ethics. The focus of the study is to apply innovative principles of engineering and scientific principles in water resource engineering specifically in water resources, geotechnical, transportation and structures.

The University is producing graduates who are equipped to pursue careers in industry both in public and private sectors. They apply knowledge of mathematics, science and Civil Engineering to real life situations and conduct experiments, to analyze and interpret data while keeping in mind the ethical responsibilities.

Civil Engineering may lead to many job opportunities in areas with high economic investment in infrastructure and building developments. These graduates work in variety of national and international organizations as well as academic institutes including National Highway Authority (NHA), Water and Sanitation Agency (WASA), Communication and Works Department (C&W), Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA), Public Health Engineering Department, Pakistan Railways, Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and Irrigation and Power Department, National Engineering Services of Pakistan (NESPAK) and others. 

Program Details

2 Years

4-years Bachelor Degree or equivalent in relevant discipline with 2.25 CGPA and GAT (General) 50%

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