Civil engineers build everything from homes to industrial buildings to convention centers and sports stadiums and much more. Tunnels and bridges built by civil engineers surmount natural barriers and transport systems link cities, regions, and entire continents. These are just a few of the full range of duties that civil engineers take on.
During the first three semesters of the Bachelor’s study program, you will receive a basic education in higher mathematics, engineering mechanics, building physics, construction, materials science and construction management. This is followed in the remaining fourth through sixth semesters by a focus on teaching of basic technical knowledge in the areas of construction and design, ground engineering, fluid mechanics, structural mechanics and transportation science. In addition, you will choose subject-specific, subject-affine, and interdisciplinary modules.
Engineering studies are based on mathematics and the natural sciences.