Building and civil engineering structures

Building and civil engineering structures

Specialty

Second degree studies

Building and civil engineering structures specialty (second-cycle studies) at UEM in Warsaw – why is it worth it?

Why is it worth it?

FOR WHOM WAS THE SPECIALITY OF RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION CREATED?
This is a continuation of the specialty available in the first-cycle studies of Civil Engineering. It was created to enable students to further develop their knowledge and skills in this field.

PRACTICAL ASPECT OF THE PROFFESION
Under the Building and civil engineering structures specialty (second-cycle studies) you will gain extended knowledge and skills of:

  • design and erection of reinforced concrete, steel, prestressed, brick and wooden structures,
  • issues concerning industrial and underground construction,
  • theory of construction enabling the solution of complex issues of engineering structure mechanics,
  • computer-aided design,
  • the technology of renovation and reinforcement of building structures and modern methods of organisation and management of building processes,
  • design and construction management for general, industrial and civil engineering construction.

Courses

Courses

Courses of the specialty (obligatory)

Basics of industrial construction

Specific foundations

Underground construction

Road infrastructure

Modern methods of designing lightweight steel structures

Organisation of complex investment and construction processes

Consultation and writing the master thesis

Vocational training

Elective courses (two courses out of four)

Strategic marketing

Technical Urban Infrastructure

History of Construction of Cities

Olympic architecture

Basic and major courses for Civil Engineering – second-cycle studies

Protection of intellectual property

Advanced mathematics

Theory of elasticity and plasticity

Complex metal structures

Complex concrete structures

BIM – Computer methods in construction

Finite Element Method

Project management

Ergonomics

Compressed structures

Structural mechanics

Master thesis seminar

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