Primary education allows you to skillfully carry out engineering surveys for construction, design, build and operate buildings and structures for various purposes, conduct technical expertise of building structures, engage in exploration and design and experimental research activities.
The profession of a builder is one of the oldest. As the development of earthly space, a person left the cave, which was his shelter and fortress, protecting him from wild animals, and was forced to build his dwellings first in the form of dugouts and huts and then in the form of capital structures using natural stone, wood, reed, clay, etc.
The fruits of ancient builders' labour have been preserved in the form of pyramids, temples, palaces, aqueducts, and other structures in Egypt, Greece, China, India, South America, etc. Some of the monuments of ancient architecture were erected before the New Era, i.e., e. millennia ago.
The man-made appearance of the globe was created by the builders. Take a look around: residential and public buildings, including schools, hospitals, kindergartens, theatres, train stations, palaces, sports facilities, factories, factories, television towers, and much - much more - it is all the work of builders! No other profession allows a person to leave such an outstanding mark on Earth!
To become a civil engineer, you have to learn a lot, master a lot. The curriculum of the profile "Industrial and Civil Engineering" includes about 50 disciplines. The core disciplines that form the future graduate are mathematics, physics, theoretical and structural mechanics, the strength of materials, geodesy, geology, building materials, architecture, building structures, construction technology, wooden and reinforced concrete structures, construction machines, safety in construction.
Faculty graduates in the field of PGS work:
in design and survey organizations;
in construction and installation organizations;
in operating organizations, for example, on the railway: in distances and services of civil structures, in directorates for capital construction;
in research laboratories and institutes of the building profile;
in universities and technical schools (teacher).
In addition, graduates of the CBC profile can work at almost any industrial enterprise (engineer and head of the capital construction department, deputy director for construction, engineer and head of the capital structures operation department). There is practically no more or less respectable company or organization where there is no one or several positions in the staffing table that require a civil engineer's qualifications. This is the unique versatility of the Industrial and Civil Engineering profile!