The Civil Engineering and Building Services program aims to produce a versatile and integrated civil engineer with diverse capabilities, knowledge, and skills. This includes conducting actions related to building services and maintenance and collaborating and communicating with engineers from different engineering disciplines involved in buildings and large projects. As a result, this new specialization opens up new prospects for higher engineering education that will have a positive impact on the community in terms of professional work, scientific research, partnership with the Engineers’ Union and the private sector, providing new job opportunities, establishing personal projects, and environmental preservation. Graduates will also be able to deal with modern smart buildings, utilize nature to conserve energy and contribute positively to the field.

Civil Engineering and Building Services graduates will possess multidisciplinary engineering capabilities, including civil, architectural, electrical, mechanical, environmental, and computer-related knowledge. Additionally, they will have integrated technological, managerial, entrepreneurial, professional, and applied abilities sufficient for starting their projects or being employed in markets. They will also be competent to collaborate professionally with project engineers from other specializations.

Admission Requirements and Criteria of Acceptance:

Passing the General Secondary Examination (Tawjihi), or its equivalent, with an average of at least  80% in scientific, industrial or IT streams.

International certificates such as the French Baccalaureate, International Baccalaureate, and British General Certificate of Education (GCE) are also acceptable.

Credit hours required for obtaining the degree in this program:

Total Free Major Requirements (103)  Faculty Requirements  University Requirements 
160 0 Elective Compulsory Elective Compulsory Elective Compulsory 
9 94 0 30 3 24

Potential Job Titles:

  1. Civil Engineer
  2. Building Services Engineer

Potential Workplace: Graduates can work in/for:

  1. Municipalities / Engineering Departments
  2. Various Ministries, especially Ministries of Public Works, Local Governance, and Education
  3. Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
  4. Engineering and Consultancy Offices in Institutions and Companies
  5. Supervisory roles in Construction Companies
  6. Environmental Institutions
  7. Building Maintenance Companies
  8. Their own Business