Pretty easy, overall.
The course is very relevant in our world. everything involves building, constructing, design and analysis, all tackled in the course. The indicated professor is an expert in the course, with scores of years of experience and teaching.
The primary lessons i the course include Drawing and design: here I learnt to use the various software to draw and design structures, both building structures and roadworks. the course is expansive as one gets higher. secondly, is the Water and Environmental Engineering part. here, we learn about dams, sewers, water reservation and distribution mechanisms from the engineering perspective; thirdly is the Traffic and highway Engineering: Here, its all about study and planning, design and construction of highways, roads and pavements for the varoius modes of transport. it involves units such as Transportation planning, Traffic Engineering, Highway engineering and Transportation engineering Fourthly, is the structural engineering: this involves the building structures, tunnels, bridges, houses, etc, in the physical world. it involves units such as Theory of structures, Strength of materials and Civil engineering materials.
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Advice for students:
My advice is this: Research more beyond the lectures given. Get yourself involved in the course than other business in school. It might seem easy as I saw it, but actually it takes work to be easy. And above all, do not fear to fail. Its prettier to fail now in studies than to wake up to a failed structure when an Engineer. Lastly, I say, IT'S ABOUT COMPETENCE, NOT COMPETITION. Do not study to compete for positions, do it for competence. to build the world. to build your life. Wish you well