Engineering education at the Faculty lasts ten semesters with a credit system. Universal fundamental education is offered in the first 4 semesters, while in the last 3 years engineering education is divided into specialities :
Most parts of the professional knowledge may be acquired through optional subjects.
Graduates from the speciality of Structural Engineering are expected to design, construct and organise the realisation of complex building structures, in co-operation with architects, transport and hydraulic specialists.
Graduates from the speciality of Hydraulic Engineering possess knowledge in hydrology, hydraulics, hydraulic engineering and water management enabling them for engineering design, realising, construction, operation and maintenance of hydraulic engineering structures, water supply and canalisation, agricultural hydraulic engineering and water management.
The aim of the speciality of Geodesy and Surveying is to educate engineers who are able to spatially locate and map natural and artificial configurations, to set out designed engineering structures, to determine deformations of erected constructions, to develop control point networks, to perform astronomical and gravitational measurements and to determine the Earth's geodynamical processes.
Go back to the Civil Engineering page.