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:||Master of Engineering, M.Eng.|
|Regular study period:||3 semesters|
|Beginning of study:||winter and summer term|
|Form of study:||Studying full-time with local support|
|ETCS:||90 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 (VBM)
|Access requirements:||The Master study program Civil Engineering is part No. 2 within a consecutive study program. To apply for this program students must achieve at least a rate of 2.7 in a classical Civil Engineering bachelor degree|
|Access limits:||This study program has access limits, namely a specific number of students can be assigned.|
|Target group:||Regionale, nationale und internationale Absolventen eines Bachelorstudiums Bauingenieurwesen|
|Regularien:||Examination regulations (new 2016) |
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