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Civil Engineer Course and Career Info

Civil Engineer

Civil Engineer Course and Career Info Description


Course Classification:


Course Description:

To be a civil engineer, you need to take up B.S. Civil Engineering course. This course teaches you advanced mathematics as well as statistics. You will also be taught computing, engineering principles and their applications, engineering designs and materials, as well as cost engineering. The course also teaches you about structures, designs, and mechanics.

Cost of Education:

The cost of education for B.S. Civil Engineering is about P3,500 in public institutions. Full five-year course will cost you about P35,000. However, if you’re going to enroll in a private institution, the total cost for five years is higher, ranging anywhere from P315,000 to P515,000.

Top Universities for Course:

  • Top universities that offer excellent B.S. Civil Engineering courses are University of the Philippines – Diliman, University of the Philippines – Los Banos, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, University of Santo Tomas, De La Salle University – Manilam Technological University of the Philippines in Manila, Mindanao State University – Ilagan Institute of Technology, Central Mindanao University, Divine Word College of Calapan, Central Visayas State C.A.F.T in Tagbilaran, Ateneo de Davao, and University of Negros Occidental.


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Course Skills and Factors


Skills/Physical Attributes:

  • Be able to handle a lot of pressure.
  • Be able to work with a team.
  • Be able to tolerate long hours of work.
  • Have a creative, imaginative, and analytical mind.
  • Have an eye for details.
  • Knowledgeable about the different building and structure construction phases, procedures and methods, materials, safety measures, project construction, etc.
  • Knowledgeable in cost management and cost control.
  • Skilled in strategic planning, scheduling, and business management.
  • Skilled in oral as well as written communications.
  • Professional and have a good rapport with people.
  • Knowledgeable in different building maintenance.



  • As a civil engineer, it is your duty to give advice and recommendations on design structures as well as direct, manage, and supervise construction and project sites, be it a new project or a maintenance and repair project. In addition to this, it is also your duty to see to it that the work environment not only meets the safety and sanitation standards but the construction also meets the design’s specifications. The civil engineer also works with different consultants, technicians, and other important specialists for the project completion.



Career Outlook and Global Demand


Global Demand:

The local demand for civil engineers depends upon the construction industry. However, there is always a steady demand for Filipino civil engineers in these countries – Middle East, Canada, and Asian countries like Malaysia and Korea. The Caribbean Islands and Ireland are also hiring civil engineers from the country.

Expected Salary:

Depending upon the employer, a civil engineer can earn about P15,000 to P21,000. However, if you go abroad, the salary can range anywhere from $4,700 to $6,300.

Opportunities for Advancement:

You can advance your career by becoming a supervisor or a project engineer. Another way to advance your career is to become a consultant where you identify problems, assess the damage, look for solutions, taking into consideration the costs.



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