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Dept. of Civil Engineering

We aim to foster fundamental technicians for civil engineering: planning, construction and construction administration. The graduates have the potential to make great contributions to the reform of our nation.

Subject Overview

Soil Mechanics IㆍII
Soil Mechanics IㆍII teaches soil compaction, consolidation, shear strength, earth pressure and slope stability, for the design of soil - structure interaction.
Surveying deals with measuring methods, geodesy overview, and basic theories of error handling. This course lectures on distance surveying, place-table surveying, transit surveying, and level surveying.
Applied Mechanics & Practice I
Applied Mechanics & Practice I deals with the concepts and analyses of material strength such as axial force, bending moment, the relationship between stress and axial load, equation, and section force acting compound stress.
Fluid Mechanics
Fluid Mechanics is a fundamental subject in hydraulic engineering and deals with fundamental principles and theories of the physical properties of water, hydrostatic dynamics, and basic concepts of fluid motion.
Reinforced Concrete Engineering I
Reinforced Concrete Engineering I teaches stress review methods of bending material and design theory through practical exercise based on allowable stress design and strength design. This course provides a basis by lecturing on properties of structural material for reinforcing rods and concrete. This course also teaches design methods for reinforcing rod concrete structures commonly used in the construction field.
Material of Civil Engineering I
Material of Civil Engineering I teaches the structural properties of material in structure and deals with basic material theories.
Computer Practice for Civil Engineering
Computer Practice for Civil Engineering contributes to the skillful application of major related software and basic theories of computer in order to fully understand computer technologies relating to civil engineering.
Reinforced Concrete Engineering II
Reinforced Concrete Engineering II teaches how to diagnose a design for reinforcing rod concrete structures, structural detail of reinforcing rods, and collapse and crack prevention.
Hydraulics & Practice I
Hydraulics & Practice I teaches basic properties of hydraulics, orifices, weirs, and the flow in pipes.
Water Supply and Waste Engineering IㆍII
Water Supply and Waste Engineering IㆍII reviews types, causes, and action plans of environmental pollution. This course also deals with relevant matters regarding water supply plans, water quantity and quality, and water supply and security. This course focuses on the relationship between water supply, sewage, and environmental pollution by identifying sewage disposal, plans, and processes.
Surveying & Practice I
Surveying & Practice I teaches basic surveying skills such as distance surveying, place-table surveying, transit, surveying, compass surveying and level surveying through practical exercises.
Applied Mechanics & Practice II
Applied Mechanics & Practice deals with concept and properties of structures such as tensile members, beams, poles receiving axial load, poles receiving compound stress, binding structures, plates, girders and trusses.
Material of Civil Engineering II
Material of Civil Engineering II teaches basic concepts of construction method for materials such as rock, wood, bituminous materials and metal.
Surveying & Practice II
Surveying & Practice II teaches detailed surveying skills such as road surveying, construction surveying and maritime surveying of rivers and seas.
Structural Analysis & Practice
Structural Analysis & Practice deals with concepts of interpretation of adjustment structures and redundancy structure regarding beams, frames, arches, trusses, poles as well as elastic deflection of beams, statically indeterminate structures, principles of virtual work and reciprocity laws.
Hydraulics & Practice II
Hydraulics & Practice II teaches the concepts of hydraulic force conversion and hydraulic models, and deals with open channel flow, ground water and hydraulic similarity laws.
Reinforced Concrete Engineering
It's Based on allowable stress design and strength design as well as design application ability. Reinforced Concrete Engineering III cultivates the capability to interpret actual structures such as poles, slaves, expansion basis, retaining walls, conduits, and bridges that are used in construction sites.
Advanced Numerical Analysis of Soil Mechanics
Advanced Numerical Analysis of Soil Mechanics simulates a construction site for the design of soil-structure interaction by using numerical analysis programs.
Design of Civil Engineering IㆍII
Design of Civil Engineering IㆍII teaches dynamic analysis and technical applications in order to design bridges within 200 meters, including the general annex structure suitable for allowable stress.
Construction Safety Engineering
Construction Safety Engineering deals with safety diagnosis of structures as well as non-destructive and destructive structure tests used for safety evaluation and maintenance while avoiding malpractices currently found in our society.
CAD for Civil Engineering
CAD for Civil Engineering teaches command language for actual design drawing using the CAD program.
On-the-Job Training
On-the-Job Training teaches practical construction affairs, planning, surveying design and site management skills.
Computer Aided Structural Analysis
Computer Aided Structural Analysis teaches analysis methods and procedures such as deflection, the stress and reaction of plane body structures when modeling actual structures with elements such as beams, trusses, rigid-frames and grid by using computer-based on matrix analysis.
Hydrology deals with hydrological statistical methods and basic concepts of rainfall, evaporation, permeation, run-off and flow as well as teaching the geography of riversides and hydrological estimation statistics.
Coastal & Harbor Engineering
Coastal & Harbor Engineering deals with wave dynamics, beach process, river mouth aeromechanics and basic engineering of sea, seabed and coastal structures.
Prestressed Concrete
Prestressed concrete compares reinforced concrete structures. This course deals with basic concepts, properties, prestressing methods, and loss of prestress. This course teaches analysis and design of prestressed concrete structures.
Foundation Engineering
Foundation Engineering deals with basic concepts of fundamental construction and civil engineering such as underground soil investigation, shallow foundation, caisson foundation and tender ground handling.
Construction and Management
Construction and Management deals with management concerns regarding unit cost and site management quality for overall contents, operation processes, and the personnel involved with the construction project and the applied material.
Highway Engineering
Highway Engineering deals with highway design concepts such as road plans, design of underground structures, water pipes, earth works and pavement.


Ministry of Construction, Municipal Construction Authorities, Land Reformation Corporation, Korea Highway Corporation, Civil Engineering and Construction Firms, etc.