Civil Engineering, B.Eng.

Civil Engineering is a classical study program with various professional fields of application. Civil engineers design and calculate supporting structures, engineering structures, roadways and railways, water supply systems, flood protection measures, and a lot more. Traffic junctions, as well wastewater treatment plants, harbors, fish steps and energy supply systems are designed and planned by them. Therefore, mathematical, technical and communicative knowledge is necessary.

(Re)Accreditation: The reaccreditation takes place in 2016. The bachelor study program civil engineering was accredited without any additional requirements until September 2023.
Study degree: Bachelor of Engineering, B. Eng.
Regular study period: 7 semesters
Beginning of study winter and summer term
Type of study: Presence study or
Dual study (Studium mit integrierter Lehre)  - StudiLe 
ECTS 210 CP*

* Credit Points (CP or LP) are rated in the European Union within the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). This system simplifies the crediting of courses from different European universities.

Specializations: Structural engineering (VKI)
Water, infrastructure and environment (VTU)
Construction Management (VBB)
Access requirements: General / specialized Higher Education Qualification (Abitur), cf. 8.7 for foreign equivalent besondere berufliche Qualifikation
Acess limits: This study program has access limits, namely a specific number of students can be assigned
Target group: Technically and mathematically talented students with interest in natural sciences and communication

For the civil engineering study program a pre-study internship is necessary (8 weeks).  (zuständig ist die Fachbereichsbeauftragte für Angelegenheiten des Vorpraktikums). Additionally, a professional training/internship of 12 weeks is scheduled within the 7th semester. (zuständig ist der Beauftragte für Praktikumsangelegenheiten des Studiengangs Bauingenieurwesen).


Examination regulations  (new 2016)
Examination procedure regulations
Intership regulations