Civil Engineering, BSc

The objective of the Civil Engineering BSc program is to train civil engineers who are capable of solving complex planning, design, management, operational and construction problems of civil engineering in the public sector and in private industry. Graduates will possess a potential for leadership, an ability to communicate effectively and a capacity to work in a team.

Students completing the undergraduate program will have developed competences or acquired knowledge in the following areas:

  • applying knowledge in practice gained in mathematics, science and engineering
  • designing and conducting experiments, as well as analyzing and interpreting data
  • designing a system, component, or process to meet desired needs
  • identifying, formulating and solving engineering problems
  • using techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary in practice
  • applying knowledge in the following four recognized major civil engineering areas: structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, transportation engineering and water resources engineering, focusing on one or more of the four areas
  • performing civil engineering design
  • applying the principles of sustainability in civil engineering

The syllabus consists of the following subject groups:

  • Basic science subjects: 47 credits
    Mathematics, Mechanics, Engineering Physics, Technical Chemistry, Construction Materials, Informatics, Descriptive Geometry, Technical Drawing
  • Subjects in economics and humanities: 21 credits
    Economics, Quality Management, State Administration and Law, Introduction to Ethics, Europien Studies
  • Professional subjects: 145 credits
    Geoinformatics, GIS, Hydraulics, Hydrology and hydrogeology, Basics of Environmental Engineering, Public Works, Geology, Geotechnics, Urban & Regional Development, Building Structures, Transport Engineering, Steel Structures, Reinforced Concrete Structures, Timber and Masonry Structures, Construction Engineering, Transport Engineering
  • Optional subjects: 12 credits
  • Thesis: 15 credits

Duration of studies: 8 semesters, number of contact hours: 2,628

ECTS credits: 240, internship: 4 weeks

Final Exam: Depending on the Specialization (Structural Engineering/Infrastructural Engineering)