Bachelor of Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering is the oldest branch of engineering. It is based on a combination of creative and technical skills, where engineers work on planning, building, constructing, managing, and operating services and infrastructures that are basic for modern life. Such services include water supply and treatment; constructing drainage systems, pipelines, pumping stations, refineries, and treatment plants; designing and executing diverse types of transport lines, roads, bridges, railways, and airports; soil engineering; foundation engineering; tunnels; submerged structures; reinforced concrete and steel structures; building materials; surveying engineering; management and construction. Civil engineering is considered a solution for urban problems, since it deals with the challenges of pollution, traffic, drinking water, energy needs, and city planning and construction.


Where and what do Civil Engineering graduates work?

A civil engineer can assume various positions in the public and the private sectors as a supervisor, a designer, an officer or a manager, at the following entities:

  • Ministries and municipalities.
  • Public works departments and water and electricity authorities.
  • Oil companies.
  • Engineering consulting firms.
  • Firms specialized with designing road networks, bridges, tunnels and airports.
  • Central labs for testing building materials and ports.

In addition, the Bachelor of Civil Engineering enables graduates to start their own enterprises in one of the various areas taught during their studies.

Why study Civil Engineering at MEU?

1. A distinguished academic faculty composed of graduates from esteemed international universities.

2. A syllabus that is up to date with the needs of the local and international market.

3 . Diverse courses that cover various areas of civil engineering (roads and bridges, concrete and steel constructions, water and environment, and management of engineering projects).

4. Securing job opportunities for university graduates through partnerships with local and regional engineering companies.

5. The university has signed several cooperation agreements with engineering offices, Jordan Engineers Association, Jordanian Construction Contractors Association, Jordan Housing Developers Association, and various engineering firms to guarantee the best training and professional development opportunities for its students.

6. Specialized training courses on using cutting-edge engineering software.

7. The university boasts state-of-the-art labs for learning and research for all the branches of civil engineering.

8- The university boasts state-of-the-art technologies and classrooms, providing students with an advanced learning experience.

9The program is accredited by the Federation of Arab Engineers.

10Free extracurricular training courses provided by the Career Guidance and Alumni Office/King Abdullah II Fund for Development.