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BEng Civil and Environmental Engineering

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  • Objectives
    This course provides a solid grounding in core subjects (structures, geotechnics, materials, fluids, surveying and construction management), and environmental subjects are taken in place of optional modules. The projects have an environmental theme.
  • Entry requirements
    Required subjects: maths and a science, preferably physics IB score: 32 (5 mathematics at higher level or 6 in math methods at Standard Level)
  • Academic Title
    BEng Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Course description
    BEng Civil and Environmental Engineering

    Programme

    Year one

    You are introduced to the main areas and principles of civil engineering, including a compulsory residential surveying field course in the spring semester. In addition to the development of your computing and CAD skills, you will be given a broad introduction to current global, societal and environmental issues.

    Year two

    This deals with the issues of air and water quality in some considerable depth. A key element includes a 20-credit dissertation with an environmental theme.

    Year three

    A topical module on Sustainable Construction a module on Environmental Geotechnology are compulsory for Civil and Environmental Engineering students, but there is a free choice from some other School modules and one from around the University - a number of environmental modules from other Schools can be considered to broaden the environmental aspect. A Group Project will highlight the role of environmental considerations at the design stage.

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