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The field of Civil Engineering studies is classified in the area of technical sciences, in the Civil Engineering and Transportation disciplines. The basic curriculum objectives for the bachelor’s degree in the building and construction industry include the transfer of knowledge, skills, and competencies in design, construction, and renovation of buildings, supervision, and management of the construction processes. Graduates can find employment as designers and constructors of structural objects, supervisors and construction engineers, specialists for the production of construction elements, specialists for the execution of the construction processes.

According to research, 95% of graduates are employed within 6 months of graduating – 80% within 3 months. In recent years, the Civil Engineering has been ranked at the top of the “Perspektywy” Universities Ranking.

FIRST-CYCLE STUDIES - ENGINEERING

Capacity counter 168/168
  • 1
    semester
    • You will develop three-dimensional perception and the ability to make technical drawings – subjects: Descriptive Geometry; Engineering Graphics and Technical
      Drawing
    • You will learn to identify rocks and minerals and read geodesic and cartographic documentation – subjects: Geology; Geodesy
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You will become acquainted with the characteristics of building structures – subject: General Construction
    • You will learn about the construction and insulation materials properties – subject:
      Building Materials
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You will learn to design structural partitions with regard to heat and moisture migration – subject: Construction physics
    • You will learn to recognise soil categories and assess their suitability for engineering applications – subject: Soil Mechanics
    • You will learn how to determine stresses and deflections of materials – subject: Materials Endurance
    3
    semester
  • 4
    semester
    • You will design the foundations of building structures – subject: Foundations
    • You will learn the universal principles of designing building structures – subject: Fundamentals of building structures design
    • You will become familiar with the principles of designing building installations – subject: Building installations
    4
    semester
  • 5
    semester
    • You will design wooden, ferroconcrete and stone structures – subjects: Masonry and wooden structures; Metal structures; Concrete structures
    • You will prepare cost estimates for construction projects – subjects: Economics of construction
    5
    semester
  • 6
    semester
    • You are able to develop a plan of technology and construction works management using BIM tools – subjects: Technology of construction works Technology of Construction Works; Organisation of Construction Production; Basics
      of BIM
    • You will learn the rights and responsibilities of construction project participants
      – subject: Construction Law
    6
    semester
  • 7
    semester
    • You will learn how to design sustainable buildings – subject: Integrated Design in Building Industry
    • You will learn the principles of construction fire safety – subject: Construction Fire Safety semester
    7
    semester

SECOND-CYCLE STUDIES - MASTER'S DEGREE

Capacity counter 100/100

Geotechnics and Special Construction (Polish or English)

  • 1
    semester
    • You carry out escarpment and slope stability analyses and design protections – subject: Advanced problems in geotechnics
    • You develop competence in the types and properties of engineering materials used in geotechnical structures – subject: Materials in geotechnics
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You are able to design the construction and lining of an underground structure – subject: Geotechnics of underground structures and tunnels
    • You will learn modern methods of designing advanced and complex foundations of building constructions – Subject: Special foundations
    • Understand the complexity of dynamic processes affecting the building foundations – Subject: Dynamics of Ground
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You will learn to determine the emission of solid and fume pollutants in tunnels and other underground structures – Subject: Ventilation of selected underground facilities
    3
    semester

Engineering of construction projects

  • 1
    semester
    • You will be able to alternatively plan sets of machines to carry out complex construction processes – Subject: Technology of construction works II
    • You will learn about the methods used in enterprise and construction project management and multi-criteria analysis in the decision-making process – Subject: Management of construction projects
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You learn to design a supply chain for a selected construction project – Subject: Logistics and supply chain management in construction industry
    • You will learn tools and methods for data analysis and decision optimisation – Subject: Decision support methods in construction project planning
    • You are able to compile costs in subsequent stages of the investment process, taking LCCA into account – Subject: Cost management in construction industry.
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You will learn about the bidding procedure, how to draw up a construction work contract and how to negotiate its terms – Subject: Bidding, negotiations and contracts in the construction industry
    3
    semester

Renovation and modernisation of building structures

  • 1
    semester
    • You will become familiar with the materials used in the renovation of landmarked buildings – Subject: Building materials in the renovation of landmarked buildings
    • You will learn about contemporary technologies in the process of reconstruction and revitalisation of building objects – Subject: Foundations of conservation and restoration
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You are able to determine the technical conditions that buildings and their location should meet at the stage of historic buildings’ exploitation – Subject: Exploitation of building structures
    • You are able to develop the scope of modernisation works for the current technical condition of a building – Subject: Modernisation of buildings
    • You acquire knowledge about repairs and reinforcement of building structures – Subject: Defects, repairs and reinforcement of building structures
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You will be able to define a vision for the revitalization of urbanised and degraded areas and develop a plan for the implementation of revitalization activities – Subject: Revitalisation of urbanised and degraded areas
    3
    semester

Building structures and engineering

  • 1
    semester
    • Design of complex steel structures using computer programs – Subject: Complex metal structures
    • You learn to assess the technical state of a building using tools and methods for structural diagnosis – Subject: Diagnostics of building structures
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • Design of complex reinforced concrete and timber structures – Subject: Complex timber structures; complex concrete structures
    • You model building structures using Finite Element Method – Subject: FEM modelling of building structures
    • Learning about the causes and types of accidents in the construction industry – Subject: Building accidents and disasters
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You learn what reliability of buildings is and how to assess it – Subject: Reliability of buildings
    3
    semester

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