Bachelor’s Degree – Civil Engineering
General building; Architecture; Mining; Geology; Geodesy; Forestry; Horticulture
These Study Programs will include the technical scientific field in the field of civil engineering and three cycles of academic studies. The first cycle will last for four years (240 ECTS).
The student who chooses the graduate thesis after passing all the courses provided by the curriculum for eight semesters receives a certificate of completion of the study program with 240 ECTS credits, namely a graduate civil engineer or a graduate engineer based on the selected elective courses on the selected module – 240 ECTS.
A general building is a branch of engineering concerned with the design, construction, and maintenance of various types of buildings, such as buildings, bridges, roads, tunnels, dams, hydroelectric power stations, and others. A general building is a very wide area that includes a number of specialized areas such as construction technology, construction physics, construction mechanics, etc.
Architecture is the art of designing and constructing buildings and other structures and includes the arrangement of the spaces around them. Architecture also deals with interior and exterior design, the use of materials and colors, construction technology, and other factors affecting the functionality and aesthetics of buildings.
Mining is a branch of engineering concerned with the extraction and processing of minerals, such as petroleum, natural gas, coal, iron ore, copper, gold, and other loose matter. Mining includes various fields such as geology, geotechnics, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and others.
Geology is the study of the Earth’s surface, interior, and processes. Geologists study rocks, minerals, fossils, volcanoes, earthquakes, and other natural phenomena and use their knowledge to understand how the Earth works.
Geodesy is concerned with determining the position and shape of the Earth, as well as measuring the sizes and distances between objects on its surface. Geodesy is important in many areas, including construction, cartography, navigation, and more.
Forestry is a branch of science that deals with the study of forests and forest ecosystems and includes their maintenance and management. Forestry is important for maintaining ecological balance, as well as for obtaining wood and other products from forests.
Horticulture is a science that deals with the cultivation and maintenance of plants for nutritional, aesthetic, and other purposes. Horticulture covers various areas such as growing vegetables, fruits, flowers, ornamental trees, and others, and is important for maintaining healthy food and the beauty of the environment.