B.Sc. Civil Engineering

Warsaw University of Technology

Program Description

B.Sc. Civil Engineering

Warsaw University of Technology

Faculty of Civil Engineering offers the following programmes conducted in English:

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

4-year undergraduate programme in the area of

Civil Engineering.

Objectives:

Education in the area defines knowledge and skills in execution, operation and modernisation of buildings and civil engineering structures, cost pricing, and knowledge of legal and administrative issues in the construction industry, as well as skills in computer methods supporting design and investment process.

Sample modules/Keywords:

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Theoretical Mechanics, Foreign Languages, Social and Humanity Courses, Surveying, Descriptive Geometry, Technical Drawing, Building Materials, Strength of Materials, Mechanics of Structures, Fundamentals of Building, Building Physics, Technology and Organisation of Building Works, Organisation and Management Construction, Engineering Geology, Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Architecture and Urban Planning, Hydraulics and Hydrology, Installations, Bridges, Underground Structures, Concrete Structures, Metal Structures, Timber Structures.

After completing the 3rd year of the programme students choose specialisation for the 4th year. Depending on the number of students interested in particular field of study two of the following specialisations are available each year:

Civil Engineering Structures (CES)

Objectives:

The programme focuses on the structural design of various types of engineering as well as industrial buildings and structures. CES curriculum includes the design of metal, concrete, wood and masonry structures. It also covers the repairing and rebuilding of buildings and structures, computer-aided design, construction works, typical project management and architectural design of simple buildings.

Sample modules/Keywords:

Computer Methods in Civil Engineering, Concrete Structures, Metal Structures, Building Physics, and three Elective Courses.

Construction Engineering and Management (CEM)

Objectives:

This specialisation is devoted to the execution, operation and project management. CEM is focused on the technology and organisations of building works including computer techniques, selection of materials, construction, service, and protection of buildings and engineering structures. CEM deals with construction process of typical buildings or modernisation, repair and adaptation of existing buildings, and production process of components or construction products.

Sample modules/Keywords:

Computer Methods in Management, Technologies of Building Works, Cost and Effectiveness of Investment, Production Processes, Mineral, Polymer, Asphalt Composites Technology, and two Elective Courses.

Sustainable Building (SB)

Objectives:

The specialisation is focused on issues related to the integrated design of environmentally friendly buildings and structures. Programme includes topic areas covering methods of evaluation and selection of building materials to meet the sustainability criteria, methods for assessment of the impact of buildings on the environment, life-cycle analysis, advanced methods of building physics with issues related to revitalisation and thermo-modernisation of buildings as well as numerical simulations and analysis. SB deals also with computer-aided design and construction works, and basic principles of architectural design.

Sample modules/Keywords:

Computing in Sustainable Building, Construction Physics, Designing of Building in Accordance with Principles of Sustainable Development, Elements of Sustainability in Architecture, Sustainable Building Materials, and two Elective Courses.

Transportation Engineering (TE)

Objectives:

Transportation Engineering specialisation is dedicated to the transportation system planning and management, and design of transportation facilities, including roads and railroads. TE deals with geometric design, traffic estimation, technology and organisations of building works including computer techniques, selection of materials, service, and maintenance of transportation infrastructure.

Sample modules/Keywords:

Computer Methods in Highway Engineering, Highway Engineering, Railway Engineering, Earthworks and Structures, Pavements and Road Materials Technology, and three Elective Courses.

This school offers programs in:
  • English


Last updated January 29, 2018
Duration & Price
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Start date
Oct. 2018
Duration
Duration
48 years
Full time
Price
Price
2,000 EUR
Per semester
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Locations
Poland - Warsaw, Masovian Voivodeship
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