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COURSE SPECIFICATIONS Equipment  Level

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering  Transit/Theodolite


SURVEYING AND TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING  GPS
 Surveying software
Course Name SURVEYING 1 (Elementary and Higher Surveying)
1. Elements of Plane Surveying, Benton
2. Surveying Fundamentals, McCormac
Theory and practice of surveying techniques and instruments 3. Principles & Application of Surveying, Kavanagh
including tape, compass, transit, theodolite and level; running a Suggested 4. Higher Surveying, La Putt
traverse and leveling, preparation of plans of survey, and References 5. Surveying, Moffit & Bouchard
Course relocation of boundaries. Topographic surveying methods, Global 6. Surveying; Theory and Practice,Anderson, James M.; Mikhail,
Description Positioning System location for latitude, longitude, time and Edward M.,
location of shorelines and sounding, measuring velocity and
discharge of streams, aerial and satellite surveying. Use of a
Global Positioning System in surveying and computer software.
Course Name SURVEYING 2 (Engineering Surveys)

Number of Units for


Design and Layout of Horizontal and Vertical curves, line grade;
Lecture, Lecture – 3 units
earthwork volumes, theory of location as applied to highway and
Laboratory, Fieldwork – 1 unit Course
railways, mass diagram, overhaul and estimate of cost. Use of
Fieldwork and Description
computer software for mass diagram. Layout and alignment of civil
Tutorial
works structures.

Number of Lecture – 3 hours


Number of Units
Contact Hours per Fieldwork – 1 ½ hours Lecture – 3 units
for Lecture,
week CE Board Review 1 ½ hours Fieldwork – 1 unit
Laboratory,
Fieldwork and
Prerequisite/Co- Advanced Algebra, Plane and Spherical Trigonometry, Solid Tutorial
requisite Mensuration, Engineering Drawing
Number of Lecture – 3 hours
After completing this course, the student must be able to: Contact Hours Fieldwork – 1 ½ hours
1. Understand the appropriate surveys and investigations per week CE Board Review 1 ½ hours
required for various civil engineering projects.
2. Know the requirements of various surveys and
Course Objectives
investigations
Prerequisite/Co- Surveying 1
3. Know the methodologies of carrying out the more
requisite
common surveys and investigations such as topographic
surveys
After completing this course, the student must be able to:
1. Surveying concepts
Course Know the methodologies of carrying out the more common surveys
2. Measurements of Vertical and Horizontal Distances
Objectives and investigations such as horizontal and vertical curves, line
3. Leveling (Differential, Profile, Cross-section)
grades, earthworks and theory of locations as applied to highways
4. Traverse survey
and railways, mass diagram and overhaul.
5. Area computation
6. Subdivision 1. Horizontal and vertical curves
Course Outline 2. Lines and grades
7. Topographic survey
8. Triangulation 3. Earthwork computations
Course Outline
9. Hydrographic survey 4. Layout and alignment of civil works structures
10. Global Positioning System 5. Computer applications
11. Computer applications  Measuring tapes
 Measuring tapes Laboratory  Stadia rods and range poles
Laboratory  Stadia rods and range poles Equipment  Level
 Transit/Theodolite 5. Uniform Building Code
 GPS 6. National Building Code
 Surveying software 7. National Structural Code of the Philippines
8. Simplified Building Construction, Max Fajardo
1. Surveying and Levelling, Basak
2. Surveying Fundamentals, McCormac
3. Railway Track Engineering, Mundry
Suggested
4. Surveying For Construction, Irvine
References
5. Surveying; Theory and Practice,Anderson, James M.; Mikhail, Course Name: BUILDING DESIGN 2
Edward M.
The study of the plumbing code, fire code and electrical code of
Course Name: BUILDING DESIGN 1 Course
the Philippines, its interpretation and application in building design
Description
and construction.
A study on building parts and its construction, i.e. from the
foundation to the roofing. Study of the National Building Code and Number of Units
Course other pertinent codes. A practical subject that will develop in the for Lecture, Lecture – 1 unit
Description student the skills required in building design and construction. This Laboratory, Laboratory – 1 unit
includes interpretation of building plans and actual observation Fieldwork and
and study. Tutorial

Number of Units
Lecture – 1 unit Number of
for Lecture, Lecture – 1 unit
Laboratory – 1 unit Contact Hours
Laboratory, Laboratory – 3 unit
Fieldwork and per week
Tutorial
Number of Lecture – 1 unit Prerequisite/Co-
Contact Hours Laboratory – 3 unit Building Design 1
requisite
per week
1. After completing this course, the student must be able to:
Prerequisite/Co- 2. Interpret the various building codes of the Philippines.
requisite Engineering Drawing Course 3. Prepare drafting plans.
Objectives 4. Differentiate different electrical and construction materials
After completing this course, the student must be able to: 5. Understand actual plumbing and electrical layout.
Course 1. Plumbing works
1. Have knowledge in drafting building plans. 2. Electrical works
Objectives
2. Read and interpret building plans. 3. Mechanical works
3. Apply the theoretical knowledge into the actual construction Course Outline
4. Carpentry and finishing works
1. Interpretation and reading of building plans 5. Fire Protection
2. Foundation plan and details Laboratory
3. Floor plans and elevations Drafting Room
Equipment
4. Floor and roof framing plan and details
Course Outline 1. Simplified Plumbing Design and Estimates by Max Fajardo
5. Structural plans and details
6. Detailed cross and longitudinal sections 2. Simplified Electrical Design and Estimates, Max Fajardo
7. Formworks and scaffoldings 3. Plumbing Code of the Philippines
4. Mechanical Code of the Philippines
Laboratory Suggested
Drafting Room 5. Fire Code of the Philippines
Equipment References
6. Electrical Code of the Philippines
1. Building Construction books 7. Uniform Building Code
Suggested 2. Planning and Designers Handbook, Max Fajardo 8. Building Construction Illustrated, Francis D.K. Ching
Textbooks and 3. Building Construction Illustrated, Francis D.K. Ching
References 4. Actual Building Plans in Blueprint
exit.
Course Name: HIGHWAY ENGINEERING 4. Soil: Soil and its origin. Soil types. Characteristics of soil. Soil
classification.
This course deals with the development of highways in the 5. Road materials: Aggregates. Aggregates for bituminous
Philippines, highway design, and the materials that are used in pavement. Aggregates for Portland Cement Concrete.
road construction and maintenance. The course includes highway Mineral fillers. Bituminous materials and binders. Bituminous
administration; traffic, driver, pedestrian and vehicle concrete pavement. Asphalt concrete pavement. Bituminous
characteristics; geometric design, roadside design, highway and pavement failure. Macadam asphalt. Surface treatment.
Course 6. Road Bed Construction: Treated and Untreated base courses.
related structures; intersection, interchanges, terminals; drainage
Description DPWH standard specifications on: Aggregate sub-base
structures; traffic engineering; asphalt and concrete pavements,
survey, plans, estimates, contracts and supervision, earthworks, course, Clearing and grubbing, Excavation, Freehaul-
bases and sub-bases, highway maintenance and rehabilitation. overhaul, Construction of fills and embankment, Subgrade
The Standard Specification for Public Works and Highways will also preparation, Compaction and stabilization.
be discussed and be given emphasis in the discussion. 7. Concrete Pavement: Concrete pavement characteristics and
behavior. Transverse expansion, longitudinal and construction
Number of Units
joints. Reinforcement of joints. Sub-grade and sub-base for
for Lecture,
concrete pavement. Concrete proportions and mixtures.
Laboratory, Lecture – 2 units
Curing of concrete pavement. DPWH specifications on
Fieldwork and
concrete pavement. Preparation of grade. Handling,
Tutorial
measuring and batching of materials. Placing of concrete.
Number of Removal of forms.
Contact Hours Lecture – 2 hours 8. Drainage and Slope Protection: Drainage. Hydrology.
per week Drainage economic considerations. Draining the highway.
Prerequisite/Co- Manholes, inlets and catch basins. Channels and culverts.
Surveying 2 Stabilization the unsupported slope. Improving the stability of
requisite
slope. Retaining wall. Highway bridges.
9. Design of Pavement: Rigid pavement. Flexible pavement.
After completing this course, the student must be able to:
Thickness of pavement using McLeod’s method, U.S. Corps of
1. Discuss the highway development in the Philippines from the
Engineers, California Resistance Value Method, Expansion
early part of 1900 to the present era.
pressure method, Stress at the corner of a slab using
2. Explain the importance of community involvement in the
Goldbecks formula, Width of widening of a curve section of
planning stage of a proposed road construction project.
road, Thickness of base course using triaxial test method.
3. Be familiar with the items involved in highway design using the
10. Highway Maintenance and rehabilitation.
Standard Specification for Public Works and Highways.
11. Recycling equipments and methods.
4. Identify materials used in road construction and
maintenance. 1. Mannering Fred, Washburn Scott, Kilaresky Walter.
5. Use the methods of analysis and design relevant to highway 2004.Principles of Highway Engineering & Traffic Analysis. Muze
engineering. Inc.
Course
6. Prepare documents, plans and details. 2. Wright, Paul H. 2003. Highway Engineering. Wiley & Sons.
Objectives
7. Understand the factors that affect the performance of 3. Garber, Nicholas; & Hoel, Lester. 2001. Highway and Traffic
highways and related structures. Engineering. Brookes/Cole Publishing.
8. Use computer-aided design methods. Suggested 4. Fajardo, Max Jr. B., Elements of Roads and Highways, Second
References Edition, 5138 Merchandising Publisher, Manila, 1998.
1. The Highway and its Development: Highway in the
5. Department of Public Works and Highways. 1995. Standard
Philippines,,
Specification for Public Works and Highways (Volume II –
2. Planning difficulties. Highway programming. Community
Standard Specification for Highways, Bridges and
involvement. Highway economy. Location of the proposed
Airports),DPWH, Office of the Secretary, Bonifacio Drive, Port
highway. Highway plans and specifications.
Area, Manila.
Course Outline 3. Designing the Highway: Consistency. Design speed. Cross-
section of typical highway. Road shoulder. Cut or fill slope.
Cross slope. Highway median. The grade line. Right of way.
Road alignment. Widening of curves. Islands. Types of
interchange. Highway intersection. Freeway entrance and
Course Name: TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING

Course Description:
Design and construction aspects of Highway Surfaces and Railways’ Guideways;
Capacity and Level of Service of Air, Rail, and highways. Environmental impacts and
their mitigation of transportation system; Traffic-Analysis Techniques; Traffic Flow and
Control.

Number of Units for Lecture, Laboratory, Fieldwork and Tutorial : Lecture – 2 units
Number of Contact Hours per week : Lecture – 2 hours
Prerequisite/Co-requisite : Highway Engineering , Dynamics of Rigid Bodies

Course Objectives

After completing this course, the student must be able to:


1. Use the methods of analysis and design relevant to transportation structures
and systems
2. Gather traffic data.
3. Generate traffic models.
4. Analyzed traffic data.
5. Formulate mathematical and computer models
6. Prepare documents, plans and details
7. Apply transportation-engineering software.

Course Outline :
1. Components in Transportation systems
2. Urban transportation problems
3. Land use – transport interaction
4. Design of Surfaces and Guideways
5. Mitigation of Environmental Impacts
6. Traffic-Analysis Techniques
7. Traffic Flow
8. Pedestrian, Vehicle Flow and motion studies
9. Capacity and Level of Service
10. Traffic Control

Laboratory Equipment : Transportation engineering software

Suggested References
1. Transportation Engineering & Planning, Papacostas
2. Urban Mass Transportation Planning, Black
3. Transportation Engineering Planning and Design, Wright & Ashford
4. Introduction to Transportation Engineering, James H. Banks