M.Sc. in Civil Engineering, specialization: Structural Engineering (Faculty of Civil and Transport Engineering),duration: 3 semesters, 90 ECTS points
The graduate obtains the scientific degree of Master of Science, and the title of Engineer. During studies, the student acquires both theoretical knowledge and practical skills in civil engineering with a special reference to strength of materials, structural analysis, geomechanics, building technology, enterprise management, steel structures, concrete structures, timber structures with numerical methods in computational mechanics (statics, stability, dynamics) of structures, and other additional subjects. The graduate is capable of solving complex problems in civil engineering, with practical application of computer aided design.
M.Sc. in Civil Engineering, specialization: Construction Engineering and Management (Faculty of Civil and Transport Engineering), duration: 3 semesters, 90 ECTS points
Aim of the study is to prepare Master of Civil Engineering having the second cycle university education, capable to explore, execute (start) and exploiting innovation in civil engineering based on system approach (information, energy, communication, transport systems). General idea of this course is to: find innovation area (first semester), generate and examine innovation options (second semester) and execute innovations (third semester). This study is prepared in cooperation with leaders at construction market (international corporations and SME) taking into consideration examining possibility to solve real problems. During the course there are possible summer paid internships for students in the field of construction technology. During this Master Studies students working in teams (international: United States, France, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany, Finland and Czech Republic, Lithuania, Poland) will be prepared to: (1) work in partner enterprises (corporations or SME), (2) work on PhD (3 level of study). Creation of SPIN-OFF/START-UPP is also taken into consideration as a result of this Master program.