The Department offers a four year Bachelor of Science in Water Resources Engineering degree program for prospective undergraduate students. A total of 30 students get admitted into this program through admission test which is held in every academic year. The undergraduate curriculum is based on Course system. The total Academic Calendar is segmented into four Levels and eight terms, where two terms make a Level.
Enrollment in the B.Sc. in Water Resources Engineering degree program requires students to have completed 12 years of studies in Higher Secondary School Certificate (H.S.C.) program or GCE A Level program. Students with a minimum GPA in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English of their Higher Secondary Examination (HSC) are allowed to appear in the admission test. Each year the minimum GPA may vary.
More specific information on the admission requirements can be obtained from the BUET main page » Admission
Students will be admitted in undergraduate curricula in the Department of Water Resources Engineering as per existing rules of the university. The Registrar’s Office will continue to serve as Admissions Office and will deal with course registration in addition to student admission.
More detail information regarding the admission procedures can be obtained from the BUET main page » Admission
In the curriculum for the undergraduate programmes, besides the professional courses in the discipline of water resources, structure, transportation, environment and geotechnical engineering, there is a strong emphasis on acquiring a thorough knowledge in the basic sciences of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Due importance is also given for the study of several subjects in Humanities and Social Sciences which, it is expected will help the student to interact more positively with the society in which he lives. Thus the course contents of the undergraduate programmes provide a harmonious blend of basic sciences and their applications as well as their social relevance.
The first two terms of bachelor’s degree programmes consist of courses in basic sciences, mathematics, humanities and social sciences, basic engineering and architecture subjects. The third and subsequent terms build directly on the knowledge of the basic subjects gained in the first two terms and go on to develop competence in specific disciplines. After completion of the degree, students are expected to develop their expertise in various fields of hydraulics and hydrology, namely River Engineering, Coastal Engineering, Groundwater and Irrigation Engineering, Hydraulic Structures, Climatology, Basin Management etc.
Detail information on the undergraduate curricula can be obtained from the BUET main page » Syllabi
At least 161.50 credit hours must be earned to be eligible for graduation, and this must include the specified core courses. Details of the related information are available in the undergraduate booklet.
Scholarships and Awards
In BUET, students get several scholarships and awards according to their merit and result. Different categories of scholarships are available.
More detail information on scholarships/awards; please visit the BUET main page » Scholarships