Master of Structural Engineering (Structure C) is a quarter research program of which candidates are given unique opportunity to follow their interest in a specialized area of research in Structural Engineering for 2 semesters worth 10 credit hours.

Apart from that, the students will be attending 10 post graduate classes which comprise of 7 core courses and 3 elective courses with a total 30 credit hours whereby the students will be learning advanced technical courses in the field of structural engineering.

Course Structure

Core courses (21 credit hours each 3 credit hours):

  • Research Methodology
  • Advanced Engineering Mathematics
  • Advanced Structural Analysis & Finite Element Method
  • Structural Dynamics & Stability
  • Construction Materials,
  • Assessment & Rehabilitation
  • Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design
  • Design of Tall Buildings

Elective coureses (pick 3 courses worth 9 credit hours)

  • Advanced Steel Design
  • Fire Safety Engineering
  • Design of Structures
  • Advanced Foundation Engineering
  • Hydraulic, Offshore & Energy Structures
  • Advanced Concrete Technology 


  • Project (10 credit hours)

Entry Requirements

  • Bachelor degree in the relevant or related domain with Second Lower Class Honours or CGPA 2.50 or 60 % and above
  • Applicants with minimum 2 year professional working experience are preferred
  • CGPA below 2.50 or 60 % with 5 years of professional working experience