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Head of Schools and Coordinator


  Mohd Razmi bin Zainudin
Ketua Pusat Pengajian
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Civil Engineering is a challenging profession that is concerned with the techniques and procedures by which tall building, airports, ports, bridges , dams, and reservoirs, water supply and sewage disposal systems, transport systems and other structures are designed, surveyed, built and maintained. A civil engineer should be equipped with the knowledge and know-how of managing projects effectively in safe environment.

The Faculty of Civil Engineering at UiTM began in 1967 with the introduction of the Diploma in Civil Engineering programme, under the School of Engineering. With subsequent development and expansion, the school was restructured into three faculties in 1996; the Faculty of Civil Engineering , the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering.

At present, the Faculty of Civil Engineering consists of four Centres of Studies, namely :-

  • Structural Engineering and Computing
  • Geotechnical , Transportation and Surveying
  • Water Resources and Environmental Systems
  • Construction Engineering and Project Management

Faculty of Civil Engineering ( Fakulti Kejuruteraan Awam - FKA ) UiTM Pahang began its operations in December 1999. At the moment FKA Pahang offers a diploma in Civil Engineering ( EC 110 ) programme .By June 2013, FKA has approximately 854 students currently studying in UiTM Pahang.


To be an internationally recognised faculty with the professionally qualified and renowned faculty members, that produces top notch (marketable) graduates.


Developing expertise and providing academic programs in the field of civil engineering through excellence in research and consultancy and in the pursuit of knowledge.


  • To provide maximum opportunities for Bumiputeras to persue professionally-recognised programmes of study in science, industry, and technology .
  • To provide quality and innovaties study relevant to current market needs and customer demands and in line with the policies of national development .
  • To establish a university-wide human resource development programme for instilling sound value system within the university communit
  • To ensure that UiTM graduates are adequately prepared to join the local as well as the international workforce .
  • To establish UiTM as a centre of excellence that ensures the sound and effective management of its human resources, and finances and assets in order to achieve its educational objectives, whilst playing a major role as a catalyst in community development .


A belief that every individual has the ability to attain excellence through the transfer of knowledge and instilling of moral values so as to produce professional graduates capable of advancing knowledge, self, society, and nation

EC110 - Diploma in Civil Enginering


PROGRAMME PROFILE This program offers students a wide range of civil engineering subjects with special emphasis on:
  • Structural and Computational Engineering .
  • Geotechnical, Highway and Survey Engineering .
  • Water Resources and Environmental Systems .
  • Construction Engineering and Project Management
PERIOD OF STUDY Full Time : 6 semesters

A student seeking admission to the 3 year full-time Diploma program must pass the SPM/SPMV Examination ( Equivalent to GCE 'O' Level ) or their equivalent with 5 credit in which consist of :-
i. Mathematics
ii. One of the following subject :-

  • Additional Mathematics .
  • Physics .
  • Chemistry .
iii. Three ( 3) other subjects.
Passed Bahasa Melayu/Malaysia and English Language. Priority will be given to the candidates who obtain credit in Additional Mathematics and Physics .
Successfully completed the UiTM Pre-Science programme .
Certificate in the same field from any examination board that is equivalent or higher than the above requirements recognized by UiTM.


Semester 1

Credit Hours

ELC 120 Integrated Language Skills : Listening 3
CHM 138 Basic Chemistry 3.0 3
CTU 101 Fundamentals Of Islam 2
HBU 111 National Kesatria 1 1
MAT 183 Calculus 1 3
PHY 130 Fundamental Of Physics 1 3
ECM 157 Introduction To Civil Engineering


Semester 2

Credit Hours

ELC150 Integrated Language Skills : Reading 3
ENT 300 Fundamentals Of Entrepreneurship 3
CTU 151 Islamic Thought and Civilization 2
CSC 128 Fundamentals Of Computer Problem Solving 3
PHY 131 Fundamentals Physics II 3
HBU 121 National Kesatria II 1
MAT 235 Calculus II For Engineers 3
Semester 3

Credit Hours

ELC 230 Integrated Language Skills : Writing 3
CTU 211 Science & Technology In Islam 2
ECS 238 Basic Solid Mechanics 3
ECW 251 Basic Fluid Mechanics 3
ECM 256 Civil Engineering Drawing 2
HBU 131 National Kesatria III 1
MAT 285 Futher Mathematics For Engineers 3
Semester 4

Credit Hours

ECG 253 Geology 2
ECW 321 Basic Hydraudlics 3
ECG 303 Basic Soil Mechanics 3
ECS 256 Civil Engineering Materials 4
ECS 258 Basic Structural Analysis 3
Semester 5

Credit Hours

ECG 353 Soil Engineering 2
ECG 325 Surveying 3
ECM 346 Building Services 2
ECS 338 Structural Concrete & Steel Design 3
ECW 351 Water & Waste Water Engineering 3
ECG 354 Highway Engineering 3
Semester 6

Credit Hours

ECM 356 Civil Engineering Qauntities & Estimation 3
ECM 357 Project & Construction Management 3
ECS 356 Civil Engineering Design Project 3


About OBE

OBE focuses on students achieving outcomes (required attributes, skills, qualities) after undergoing the learning process through the OBE curriculum. The attainment of the outcomes are a learning process that may temporally vary from one student to the other; regarded as means and not the end objectives. If the outcomes are not attained, they are rethought, thus ensuring the Continual Quality Improvement (CQI) takes place in the education system. OBE shifts the paradigm from the teacher-centered to the student-centered learning. The new teaching and learning (T&L) approach transforms from an emphasis on traditional input, such as course credits earned and hours spent in class, to results or outcomes. It focuses on empirically measuring student performance, or the outcomes. OBE implementation requires that students demonstrate that they have learned the required knowledge and developed the required skill and attributes.

OBE Components

OBE comprises of four (4) major components which cover (1) curriculum design, (2) teaching and learning methods, (3) assessment, and (4) continual quality improvement (CQI) and monitoring. It addresses the following key questions; what do you want the students to have and able to do?, how can you best help students achieve it?, how will you know what they have achieved?, and how do you close the loop?

OBE Implementation Process

The OBE implementation process encompasses the establishment of Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs), followed by Programme Outcomes (POs), designing curriculum, teaching and learning (T & L) methods, assessment, CQI and monitoring. 
PEOs are formulated in line with institutional mission statement and stakeholders' interests. It also addresses the graduate attainment within 3 to 5 years after their graduation. Programme Outcomes (POs), which consist of abilities to be attained by students before they graduate, are formulated based on the PEOs. POs address knowledge, skills and attributes to be attained by students.

Relationship between lesson topics, CO, PO and PEO

  • Topics lead to lesson outcomes
  • Group/individual lesson outcomes lead to course outcome (CO)
  • Course outcomes must relate to programme outcomes (PO)
  • Programme outcomes must address the programme objectives (PEO) (What kind of "engineer" are we producing?)

Programme Educational Objective (PEO)

There are four PEOs which are implemented and practiced in Diploma in Civil Engineering that are consistent with the Vision & Mission of the Faculty and stakeholders’ requirements.

  • PEO1 : Civil engineering technician who is competent in applying knowledge and practical skills in civil engineering and pursuing further knowledge for higher qualification.
  • PEO2 : Civil engineering technician who able to apply various scientific skills in solving variety civil engineering problems.
  • PEO3 : Civil engineering technician who able to demonstrate good teamwork, social skills and responsibilities with positive values, ethics, moral and professionalism.
  • PEO4 : Civil engineering technician who able to lead and demonstrate effective information management, lifelong learning and entrepreneurial skills

Programme Outcomes (PO)


PO Statement


Apply knowledge of mathematics, natural science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to wide practical procedures and practices.


Identify and analyse well-defined engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using codified methods of analysis specific to their field of activity.


Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems, components or processes to meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.


Conduct investigations of well-defined problems; locate and search relevant codes and catalogues, conduct standard tests and measurements.


Apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools to well-defined engineering problems, with an awareness of the limitations.


Demonstrate knowledge of the societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to engineering technician practice and solutions to well defined engineering problems.


Understand and evaluate the sustainability and impact of engineering technician work in the solution of well-defined engineering problems in societal and environmental contexts.


Understand and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of technician practice.


Function effectively as an individual, and as a member in diverse technical teams.


Communicate effectively on well-defined engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, by being able to comprehend the work of others, document their own work, and give and receive clear instructions


Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member or leader in a technical team and to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments


Recognize the need for, and have the ability to engage in independent updating in the context of specialized technical knowledge.