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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 48/48
  • 1
    semester
    • You will develop three-dimensional perception and skills in  technical drawing – subjects: Descriptive Geometry
    • You will learn to identify rocks and minerals- Geology
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You will become acquainted with the characteristics of building structures – subject: General Construction
    • You will develop skills in technical drawing – subject: Engineering graphics and technical drawing
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You will learn properties of construction and insulation materials – subject: Building materials
    • You will be able to recognise soil categories and assess their suitability for engineering applications – Subject: Soil Mechanics
    • You will learn how to determine the stresses and deflections of materials – Subject: Materials Endurance
    • You will learn to read surveying and cartographic documentation – Subject: Geodesy
    3
    semester
  • 4
    semester
    • You will learn the universal principles of design of building structures – Subject: Foundations of building structures design
    • You will learn about the history of architecture and urban planning and its influence on social development – Subject: Foundations of architecture and urbanism
    • You will understand typical structural systems and how to determine cross-sectional forces – Subject: Mechanics of structures
    4
    semester
  • 5
    semester
    • You will learn to design structural partitions with regard to heat and moisture migration, and you will become familiar with the principles of designing building systems – Subjects: Construction physics; Building systems
    • You can design wooden and masonry structures and a circular road – Subjects: Masonry and wooden structures; Metal structures; Traffic constructions.
    5
    semester
  • 6
    semester
    • You are able to develop a technology design and cost estimate for construction works – Subjects: Construction works technology; Construction economics
    • You design reinforced concrete structures – Subject: Concrete structures
    • You design foundations of building structures – Subject: Foundations
    6
    semester
  • 7
    semester
    • You are able to design the organisation of construction works using BIM tools – Subjects: Organisation of construction production; BIM basics
    • You will learn the rights and responsibilities of participants in the construction process – Subject: Construction Law
    • You will design an industrial hall and become familiar with other industrial buildings – Subject: Industrial construction
    7
    semester
  • 8
    semester
    • You will explore cores and identify cohesive and non-cohesive soils – Subject: Geotechnical fieldworkYou will learn how to design sustainable buildings and assess them for energy performance – Subjects: Integrated design in construction; Energy assessment of buildings
    • You will learn about the principles of fire safety of structures – Subject: Fire safety of structures
    8
    semester

STUDIA DRUGIEGO STOPNIA – MAGISTERSKIE

Capacity counter 40/40

Building Construction and Engineering

  • 1
    semester
    • You are able to design alternative sets of machines to carry out complex construction processes – Subject: Construction technology II
    • You learn to solve tasks using tensor and matrix calculus – Subject: Theory of flexibility and ductility
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You design complex steel and reinforced concrete structures using computer programs – Subjects: Complex metal structures; Complex concrete structures
    • You will learn to assess the technical condition of a building using tools and methods for structural diagnosis – Subjects: Diagnostics of the building structure
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You design complex wooden and prestressed structures – Subjects: Complex wooden structures; Prestressed and prefabricated structures
    • You can model building structures using the Finite Element Method – Subjects: FEM modelling of building structures
    • You learn about the causes and types of failures in the construction industry – Subject: Building failures and disasters
    3
    semester
  • 4
    semester
    • You will learn about the reliability of building structures and how to assess it – Subject: Reliability of building structures
    • You are familiarised with the principles of construction, modelling, static calculation, and dimensioning of bridges and retaining structures – Subject: Bridges and traffic constructions
    4
    semester

Geotechnics and Special Construction

  • 1
    semester
    • You learn methods used in enterprise and construction project management and multi-criteria analysis in the decision-making process – Subject: Construction project management
    • You will learn to determine the accuracy of estimated test results and estimate statistical error – Subject: Statistics
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You conduct escarpment and slope stability analyses and design securing measures – Subject: Advanced problems in geotechnics
    • You acquire knowledge on types and properties of engineering materials used in geotechnical structures – Subject: Materials in geotechnics
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You are able to design the construction and lining of an underground structure – Course: Geotechnics of underground structures and tunnels
    • You will learn modern methods of designing advanced and complex foundations of building structures – Subject: Special foundations
    • Understand the complexity of dynamic processes occurring in the building foundation – Subject: Dynamics of grounds
    3
    semester
  • 4
    semester
    • You will learn to determine the emission of solid and gaseous pollutants in tunnels and other underground structures – Subject: Ventilation of selected underground structures
    • You will become familiar with the technologies and specifics of dismantling various building structures using explosives – Subject: Specialised blasting in construction
    4
    semester

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