UNIBEN 200 level Civil Engineering courses (1st and 2nd semester)
Hi guys. Welcome to the latest uniben news update. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the courses offered by 200 level civil engineering students in the great university of Benin.
Unlike 100 level where uniben civil engineering students does exactly the same courses with other uniben engineering students, 200 level is quite different. There are one or two dissimilar courses with other departments in the faculty of engineering.
See the courses offered by 100 level uniben engineering students here – UNIBEN 100 level Engineering courses (1st and 2nd semester)
The total credit load for uniben 200 level civil engineering courses is 45.
Read along as I expose you to all the courses offered by 200 level civil engineering students in the great university of benin.
UNIBEN 200 level Civil Engineering 1st-semester courses (University of Benin)
|Engineering Computer Programming||ECP 281||2|
|Engineer in Society||ENS 211||2|
|Applied Mechanics I||MEE 211||3|
|Engineering Drawing||MEE 221||3|
|Electrical Engineering||EEE 211||3|
|Manufacturing Technology||PRE 211||2|
|Strength in Materials I||CVE 211||3|
|Laboratory/ Workshop Practice I||ELA 201||2|
|Engineering Mathematics I||EMA 281||2|
UNIBEN 200 level Civil Engineering courses 2nd-semester courses (University of Benin)
|Material Science||CHE 222||3|
|Engineering Mechanics II||MEE 212||3|
|Engineering Drawing II||MEE 222||3|
|Electrical Engineering II||EEE 212||3|
|Manufacturing Technology II||PRE 212||2|
|Elements of Architecture I||CVE 212||3|
|Laboratory / Workshop practice II||ELA 202||2|
|Engineering Mathematics II||EMA 282||4|
CVE211: STRENGTH OF MATERIALS I (3 CREDITS)
- Force equilibrium: – free body diagram, concept of stress and strain. Tensile test. Young’s moduli and other strength factors.
- Axially loaded bars, composite bar, temperature stresses and simple indeterminate problems. Hoop stress: cylinders, rings.
- Bending moment, shear force and axial diagrams for simple cases.
CVE212: ELEMENTS OF ARCHITECTURE I (3 CREDITS)
- The principles of architectural presentation: – 2, 3 and 4-dimensional projects. Resolution of objects to plans, sections and Elevations the use of architectural symbols, scales, logo and other presentation formats.
- Basic Architectural Design: – Space and Function analysis and the identification of relevant environments. Flow/ Bubble diagram, Dimensional coordination (vertical and horizontal dimensions). Sectioning versus structural integrity. Form and Function relationship. Cost implications of design decisions
- The basic technology of construction and sectional drawings. Working drawings.
- Students should design a bungalow-type building to working drawing details
- Introduction: – Dimensional awareness, graphic communication, relation to environments.
- Freehand drawing: – form in terms of shades, light and shadow’
- Orthographic: Dimetrics, perspective projections; Applications
- Common curves.