Dealing with the constructions that most people come in contact with on a daily basis, Civil Engineering courses provide the knowledge and skills necessary to design, construct and maintain roads, bridges, canals, dams and buildings. Civil Engineering courses focus on one or several sub-disciplines of civil engineering, including structural, materials, water resources, coastal, geotechnical, transportation, municipal or urban engineering. Students of Civil Engineering courses will learn how to collaborate with other professionals in relevant sectors, like architects, designers, public servants, corporate executives, project managers and others.
For individuals with previous experience or coursework in related fields, Civil Engineering courses can add specialized knowledge to an already successful work portfolio. Students just starting out on their academic path can also benefit from Civil Engineering courses. Knowledge acquired in Civil Engineering courses can often complement lessons learned in other disciplines, like sociology, architecture, design, materials science, anthropology, public management or others.
To learn more about how these Civil Engineering courses can help you fulfill your academic and career goals, just click on the programs below!
Buildings are increasingly becoming more sophisticated and incorporating the latest in cutting-edge technologies. Great opportunities await those that have the relevant architectural technical skills in this challenging and exciting field. [+]
Short Courses Programmes offered by the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment [+]
The summer module ''Civil Engineering and Design'' aims at gaining professional competences in the field of building information modeling and computer visualization as well as development of creative thinking and non-standard approach application. [+]
Foundation in Mechanical Engineering [+]