The study program in Civil Engineering addresses planning, design, management and construction of engineering structures and physical infrastructures that is essential to society sustainability and community growth. The program prepares its undergraduate students to meet job requirements of the consulting engineering firms, government agencies, construction companies, and engineering industries. Students become aware of the potential diverse roles the can be assumed by a civil engineer as member of an office design team, a site technical supervision crew, and/or member of a field project management group, working in fields of, e.g., construction management, infrastructures including highway, water and sanitary systems, reinforced concrete and steel design, transportation planning and public transport.

Furthermore students can start to specialize in the following areas:

•             General Civil Engineering

•             Structural Engineering

•             Transportation Sciences Engineering

•             Water Resources and Treatment Engineering. 

The study program Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering consists of 7 semesters. Students earn a total of 210 ECTS credit points according to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System.