Department of Civil Engineering



POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME

An integrated approach to Postgraduate courses

This year the Department of Civil Engineering will commence five Postgraduate Programmes

  • Site Investigation Practice
  • Laboratory and Field Exercises
  • Mechanical Behaviour of Soils
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Basic Geology and geological explorations
  • Foundation Engineering
  • Independent Study
  • Geotechnical Analysis and Design
  • Engineering Geology and Rock Mechanics
  • Slope Stability and Earth Retaining Structures
  • Geotechnical Engineering Practice
  • Construction Methods and Equipment in Geotechnical Engineering
  • Advanced Soil Testing, Instrumentation and Monitoring
  • Theoretical Soil Mechanics
  • Geo-Hydrology
  • Problematic Soils
  • Use of Geotextiles in Geotechnical Design
  • Advanced Geotechnical Analysis and Design
  • Environmental Geotechniques
  • Basic Soil and Rock Mechanics for Highway
  • Engineering
  • Traffic Engineering
  • Highway Design
  • Traffic Measurements, Analysis and Design
  • Road Safety and Environment
  • Independent Study
  • Advance Research Project
  • Highway Planning
  • Highway Construction Materials and Methods
  • Testing of Pavement Materials and Evaluation
  • Highway Evaluation and Maintenance
  • Quantitative methods in Traffic Engineering
  • Traffic Management
  • Traffic Impact Assessment
  • GIS for Highway and Transportation Engineering
  • Concrete Technology
  • Bridge Engineering
  • Finite elements Methods
  • Construction Management
  • Construction Materials
  • Construction Planning, Methods and Equipments
  • Computer aided structural design
  • Design of concrete structures
  • Steel Structures
  • Foundation Engineering
  • High-rise Buildings
  • Repair and Re-trofiting of Structures
  • Sustainable Design of Buildings
  • Building Service Engineering
  • Fundamentals of Architecture and Economics for Sustainable Planning
  • Global Environmental Issues and Built Environment
  • Building Services Engineering
  • GreenSL Rating System for Built Environment
  • Infrastructure Planning for Sustainable Cities
  • Sustainable Construction
  • Environmental Technology and Management
  • Water and Environmental Resources and Management
  • Economics of Water Resources Project Planning
  • GIS and Remote Sensing in Water Resources
  • Environmental Hydraulics
  • Hydrology & Groundwater Management
  • Environmental Technology and Management
  • Water and Wastewater Engineering
  • Computer Applications in Water & Environmental Engineering
  • Water and Environmental Resources Management (WERM)
  • Solid & Hazardous Waste Management
  • Irrigation and Water Management
  • Economics of Water Resources Project Planning
  • GIS and Remote Sensing in Water Resources
  • Hydraulic Structures


Course Structure

  • The taught part of the courses consists of subjects conducted through lectures, tutorials, assignments, laboratory classes, field classes and design classes and an advanced study/research.
  • The courses will be conducted over three semesters on Saturdays from 8.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. and Sundays from 8.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.

Calling applications for 2020 intake is now closed

Paper advertisement appeared on Sunday Observer on 25th August 2019

Details

Application for Admissions

Referees' Report

Scholarships and Fellowships

For more details contact:

pg.civil.pdn@gmail.com or headcivil@eng.pdn.ac.lk


Postgraduate Office Staff

Ms. Jeevanie Dehigama
(Course Secretary )
pg.civil.pdn@gmail.com
+94-71-7691566




Ms. Anusha Premachandra
( Secretarial Assistant )




Ms. Ashani Fernando
( Secretarial Assistant )

Department of Civil Engineering