The university has 3 faculties or departments for civil engineers being the school of roads, channels and ports one of these. It offers several degrees (engineer of roads, channels and ports, civil and territorial engineering, materials engineering) within which offers approaches or mentions in the last two semesters as the mention of hydrology, civil construction or transport and urban services.
In each of these approaches offers very specific and specific areas of each area allowing different possibilities of approaches with very accurate and precise knowledge that few universities offer. In addition, the curriculum for the different degrees seeks to add a historical, artistic and aesthetic perspective to civil engineering in addition to the mathematical and numerical perspective.
Classes are usually given by more than one teacher who usually have experience in their respective areas. This makes it possible to ensure that different class topics are dictated by the person with the most knowledge and experience in it, however, it can sometimes generate a change in class dynamics.
The campus consists of a single building with two floors of classrooms. The university does not have university housing and the faculty does not provide accommodation and housing information for international students. Also, unlike other universities, it does not grant great help to international students.View more