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  • Objectives
    The Civil Engineering postgraduate programme is organised and delivered by the Faculty's own staff, as well as practising engineers from consultancies and local authorities. Students will be able to choose from a rich menu of specialist civil engineering subjects. Apart from the usual full-time mode, there are also part-time options. This programme may also be studied by distance learning. The programme aims to provide graduate engineers with advanced capabilities in the areas of analysis and design in specialised aspects of civil engineering that are in demand in the industry. It is also designed to update the technical skills of practising engineers engaged in the planning, design and construction of civil engineering works and to contribute to the continuing professional development programme of individual engineers. There are five areas of study within the Civil Engineering programme - Structural Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Bridge Engineering, Construction Management, and Water and Environmental Engineering. Four modules are required for a student to gain a Postgraduate Certificate, eight modules for a Postgraduate Diploma, while eight modules and an individual engineering project are required for the MSc. Individual modules can also be taken on a continuing professional development basis.
  • Academic Title
    MSc/PGDip/PGCert in Civil Engineering
  • Course description
    MSc/PGDip/PGCert in Civil Engineering Module overview

    There are currently over 25 modules on offer within Civil Engineering, covering the fields of Water and Environmental Engineering, Bridge Engineering, Structural Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering and Construction Management.

    Each module runs for ten weeks and comprises about 30 hours (three hours per week) of class time and 120 hours of self-study and assignments, with the Construction Management modules being taught at Kingston University. A number of modules are also available by distance learning.

    Bridge Engineering Modules
    -Bridge Management
    -Bridge Deck Loading and Analysis
    -Durability of Bridges and Structures
    -Prestressed Concrete Bridge Design
    -Steel and Composite Bridge Design
    -Long Span Bridges

    Structural Engineering Modules
    -Steel Building Design
    -Space Structures
    -Structural Mechanics and Finite Elements
    -Concrete Building Design
    -Structural Safety and Reliability
    -Earthquake Engineering
    -Design of Masonry Structures
    -Advanced Composites

    Construction Management Modules
    -Conditions of Contract
    -Estimating Purchasing and Cost Control
    -Construction Organisation
    -Project and Risk Management

    Geotechnical Engineering Modules
    -Environmental Geotechnics
    -Soil-structure Interaction

    Water and Environmental Engineering Modules
    -Environmental Health
    -Water Treatment
    -Wastewater Treatment and Sewerage
    -Applied Chemistry and Microbiology (Intensive)
    -Water Surveillance
    -Pollution Control and Waste Management
    -Groundwater Control, Modelling and Contamination
    -Regulation and Management
    -Coastal Dynamics
    -Water Resources Management and Hydraulic Modelling

    Typical entry requirements
    A good honours degree in civil engineering or equivalent or at least five years' experience and a professional qualification
     
    Programme length
    12 months full-time, up to 72 months part-time

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