In the Master's programme in Civil Engineering, leading to the title of 'Master of Science' (M.Sc.) after four semesters, modules are offered in both profiles 'Structural and Civil Engineering' and 'Environment and Infrastructure' under the subject areas: Planning, Construction and Operation. Individual specialisation is possible, thanks to the matrix-like structure of the courses on offer. Each student is supported by a university lecturer acting in the capacity of a mentor. The course timetables given below provide further information and examples of options that can be chosen. Intensive modules are offered over three to four consecutive days during the lecture period and as short intensive courses, some of which are also offered during the semester break. This flexible structure enables students on the Master's programme to at least gain some engineering practice alongside studying. The projects undertaken during the second and third semesters of the Master's programme involve challenges arising from research projects or engineering practices.
The requirement for entry to or continuation on the Master's programme:
An undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering or a related subject with an overall grade of 'good' (2.5) or better. The qualified degree may also be demonstrated by outstanding qualifying achievements in professional activities or by a relevant outstanding final thesis. The Examination Committee will decide whether or not you qualify for the programme.