Welcome to Civil and Environmental Engineering Programs

Minerva Training Programs are aiming to enhance knowledge and provide the updated solutions to important engineering problems and train engineers who will make the world a better place by using the power of engineering principles, techniques and systems. The engineering section of Minerva Training Institute offers over 200 programs and is continually ranked as one of the biggest training institutions in the Middle East region. Perhaps the most unique experience you will have here in engineering at Minerva Training Institute is the ability to get the training trough highly qualified instructors who have a record of “hands-on” training experience. We believe it is essential to educate engineers who possess not only deep technical excellence, but the creativity, cultural awareness and entrepreneurial skills that come from exposure to the experience of our instructors and other cases that an integral part of the Minerva curriculum. We invite you all to further explore the opportunities available here at Minerva Training Institute, either via our website, or through targeted information you may request through our office of admissions. Please feel free to contact our office for any specific questions you may have, and imagine yourself here.

Civil and Environmental Engineering Programs

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Strategies to Improve Safety and Performance of the Transportation System

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Methods of Pretensioning and Posttensioning: Analysis and Design of simple and Continuous Beams and Slabs

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Management and Organization of Heavy and Building construction Projects

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Empirical and theoretical based methods of pavement design and analysis

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ASD & LRFD Approaches: Advanced Deep Foundations & Retaining Structures

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Analysis of free and forced vibrations and transient response of structures

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Advanced Understanding of Material, Structural Behavior and Design of Concrete Structures

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Advanced Approaches of the Role of Urban Public Transportation: Modes, Systems and Services

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What Every Civil Engineer Should know about Air and Waste Management

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Understanding Environmental Engineering: Water Treatment and Distribution System (part II)

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Understanding Environmental Engineering: Water Treatment and Distribution System (part I)

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Transportation Engineering and Transportation Planning: Best Practices

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Microscopic and Macroscopic Traffic Models: Elements of Transportation/Highway Safety

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Field Methods for Evaluation of Soil Properties in Design Practice

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Analytical Approach of Design and Operation of Logistics Systems

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Analytic tools for transportation planning and policy analysis

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Advanced Understanding of Transportation Systems: Planning, Demand and Cost Analyses

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Water Resources Engineering (Part II)

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Water Resources Engineering (Part I)

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Use of Standard Specifications for Designing Structural Steel

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Typical Problems in Structural Engineering

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The Geotechnical Aspects of Hazardous Waste Management

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Risk Analysis in Civil & Environmental Engineering

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Reinforced Concrete Design

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Public Transportation System: Strategic Planning Management

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Project Costs, Estimating and Takeoff Techniques

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Principles of Structural Engineering Design

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Practical Aspects of Steel Design

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Operation and Management of Transportation System

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Mix Design Methods for Asphaltic and Portland-Cement Concrete

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Methodologies for Evaluating Civil Engineering Projects

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Mechanical Stabilization of Soils

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Materials of Construction: Physical and Mechanical Properties

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Masonry Design and Seismic Behavior of Masonry Structures

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Highway Engineering: Design, Construction, Operation

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Learning is a process, not a single event. Participants are encouraged to arrive at a program with specific issues they want resolved so their experience in the program can be shaped to help them achieve these goals. But they don't stop learning when class is dismissed. On return to the workplace, they schedule follow-up meetings with colleagues and advisers to pass on what they've learned, implement plans for organizational change and anticipate new challenges before they arise. Please visit our new model of Training Benefit analysis

 

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Peer learning does not occur by accident. Participants in Minerva Programs can learn as much from each other as they will from the faculty. At Minerva, we strive for both structured and informal peer learning opportunities — workshops, participant lectures, study groups, topic tables at meals, exercises and simulations, to name just a few. We also work to ensure that the people attending our courses are of comparable managerial and experience levels.

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