Sustainable Building Engineering

The graduate obtains the degree of an Engineer.

During studies, the student acquires both theoretical knowledge and practical skills (three programs of internship, including pre-graduate internship in a construction company) in sustainable building engineering with a reference to strength of materials, structural analysis, geomechanics, building technology, enterprise management, steel structures, concrete structures, timber structures, technical equipment of the building HVAC, water supply, sewage utilization etc., energy certification, architecture and city planning and other additional subjects. The graduate will be capable of solving complex problems in civil engineering, with the practical application of computer-aided design, including BIM (building information modeling) technology.

In Poland and UE, sustainable construction is a new social need. It is considered in the following aspects: ecological, economic and socio-cultural, taking into account knowledge in the field of construction, environmental engineering, and architecture. To meet the requirements of the European Union, we want to give all interested candidates the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge in the field of sustainable construction.

Course summary

Semester 1

  • Mathematics
  • Building chemistry
  • Fundamentals of mechanics
  • Descriptive geometry
  • Engineering graphics + CAD
  • Environmental Chemistry and Biology
  • Humanistic elective I
  • History of Architecture and Urban
  • Landscape architecture and energy-saving
  • Humanistic elective II

Semester 2

  • Physics
  • Basics of geology
  • Basics of surveying
  • Heat engineering in building
  • Foreign language (German or Spanish)
  • Architectural Design
  • Humanistic elective III
  • Strength of materials
  • Building materials
  • Field training of surveying

Semester 3

  • Architectural Design with BIM elements (part I)
  • Concrete technology
  • Soil mechanics and foundations I
  • Structural Mechanics part 1
  • Building Engineering
  • Building Physics
  • Construction Law
  • Calculation Methods
  • Masonry Structures
  • Physical education

Semester 4

  • Fluid mechanics
  • Sustainable building
  • Architectural Design with BIM elements (part II)
  • Theory and town planning
  • Technology of construction works
  • Energy Management in Built Environment
  • ES: Problems of health, hygiene, and safety on a building side
  • Computer-aided design with BIM
  • Geotechnical practice

Semester 5

  • Architectural Design with BIM elements (part III)
  • ES: Cost estimation / Building economics
  • Timber Structures
  • Concrete Structures I
  • Steel Structures I
  • Fundamentals of integrated building design
  • Technical building systems (HVAC)
  • Technical building systems (water, sewerage, gas)
  • ES: Sustainable transport / Sustainable municipal management

Semester 6

  • External infrastructure
  • Basics of municipal engineering
  • ES: The basics of quality management / Integrated in building
  • lifecycle
  • Industrial Structures
  • Fundamentals of Road Construction
  • Basics of Railroads
  • Bridge Construction Basics
  • Concrete structures II (with elements of BIM)
  • Metal Structures II (with elements of BIM)
  • Organization and planning of the building
  • Prediploma practice

Semester 7

  • ES: Concrete Structures III / Precast concrete structures
  • ES: Metal Structures III / Rail infrastructure
  • ES: Construction and maintenance of roads / Junction of roads with the planning of communication systems
  • ES: Renewable Energy Sources / Modern architecture in renewable energy sources
  • Diploma seminar
  • Preparation of the diploma thesis with elements of scientific research
  • University: Poznan University of Technology, Poznan, POLAND
  • Degree to be obtained: Bachelor of Science (Engineer)
  • Faculty: Faculty of Civil and Environmental
  • Engineering: Address Piotrowo 5, 60-965 Poznan
  • Phone: +48 61 665 2400
  • Fax: +48 61 665 2444
  • Program website: https://www.put.poznan.pl/en/node/1629
  • Contact: Lifelong Learning and International
  • Education Office:
    Pl. M. Skłodowskiej-Curie 5, 60-965 Poznan
  • Phone: +48 61 665 3544
  • Fax: +48 61 665 3956
  • E-mail: study@put.poznan.pl
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Tuition, other fees:
    • EU citizens: free of charge
    • Non-EU citizens 5200 PLN first semester 4300 PLN each following semester
    • Application Fee: 85 PLN
  • ECTS points: 210
  • Duration: 3,5 years (7 semesters)
  • Program begins: end of September
  • Program ends: end of June
  • Deadline for application: middle of July
  • Education requirements: English language – level B2 (Common European Framework), Secondary school certificate which entitles its holder to apply to higher education institutions. A full list of the required documents is available at https://www.put.poznan.pl/en/bachelors-degree/documents-required.
  • Mode of instruction: Lectures, classes, laboratory classes, projects, internships.
Program taught in:
  • English

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Last updated September 23, 2019
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NON-EU citizens : € 1,200/first semester € 1,000/per each following semester; EU citizens: free of charge
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