MSc (Eng)-Diploma-Certificate Concrete Engineering

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  • Objectives
    This course will give you a comprehensive understanding of the world's most popular construction material. You will gain the analysis and design skills necessary to design structures in challenging environments. You will benefit from the facilities of the largest academic concrete research centre in the UK, with international-level expertise in cement chemistry, aggregate science, binder technology, concrete durability, alternative concrete materials, structural performance and design, earthquake and nuclear reactor design and finite element analysis. The course provides a sound theoretical background and encourages innovation.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements: UK second class Honours degree (BEng, MEng, BSc - equivalent GPA 2.1- 3.0) or MSc in Civil Engineering or other appropriate engineering, mathematics or science discipline. Our standard English requirement is IELTS 6.5 (with no marks less than 5.5 in each component) or a TOEFL score of 575 (Paper Based Test) or 232 in CBT (Computer Based Test) or TOEFL iBT (internet Based Test) score of 90-91. We will consider applicants offering appropriate professional qualifications and experience. In this case we require a strong background in areas covered in your chosen course.
  • Academic title
    MSc (Eng)/Diploma/Certificate Concrete Engineering
  • Course description
    Structural Engineering courses
    These courses are ideally suited to students with a civil engineering degree, or students with a first degree in another appropriate subject who want to diversify.

    Our MSc courses can form Part 2 (Matching Section) of the Education Base for Chartered Engineer status. For further details see:

    The MSc and Diploma courses can also be taken through a more flexible route, designed for those in current employment. Under this scheme, candidates take modules as short block taught courses and accumulate credits over a period up to five years; 120 credits lead to a Postgraduate Diploma and 180 to an MSc.

    -Dissertation Planning and Paper Presentation
    -Structural Analysis
    -FRP Composites in Construction
    -Foundation Design and Construction
    -Structural Design
    -Vibration Engineering
    -Earthquake Engineering
    -Advanced Concrete Design
    -Sustainable Concrete Technology
    -Durability and Repair of Concrete Structures
    -Design project
    -Computational Structural Analysis.

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