Construction Engineering

Construction Engineering

Bachelor in Civil Engineering (180 ECTC, 3 academic years, full-time)
Professional profile

The purpose of the Bachelor’s Study Program in Construction Engineering is to prepare students professionally as Civil Engineers, to take a key role from the first stages of design and subsequently in the coordination of all construction and implementation processes. In this way, the student must possess the skills of planning, organization, supervision and coordination of the necessary actors and elements in the construction process such as developers, subcontractors, consultants, designers, implementers, finance, materials, etc. To make this possible, an education based on a broad spectrum of knowledge is needed in the fields not only of science and technology but also of management. This program aims to provide students with the appropriate technical and construction process management skills to effectively contribute to this environment and prepare students for their careers as engineers and as future researchers.

Employment opportunities

The main employment sectors include:
– Private sector: architectural and engineering design and construction enterprises, consulting firms, contractors, engineering and architectural design studios.
– The sector of services and industrial production in the field of construction (materials, equipment, etc.), the field of implementation
– Public sector: local authorities or government agencies; at the different levels of government; starting from the municipalities and municipalities up to the district or regions;


Semester I
  • Physics 1 (6 credits)
  • \CAD (3 credits)
  • Algebra and Geometry (6 credits)
  • Chemistry (6 credits)
  • Statics of Structures (6 credits)
  • Descriptive Geometry 1 (6 credits)
Semester II
  • Mathematical Analysis (9 credits)
  • Physics 2 (6 credits)
  • Descriptive Geometry 2 (6 credits)
  • Academic Writing (3 credits)
  • Mechanics of structures (3 credits)
Semester III
  • TAW Workshop 2022 (6 credits)
  • Construction Technology I (6 credits)
  • Engineering Geology (6 credits)
  • Building Materials (6 credits)
  • Hydraulics (6 credits)
  • Strength of Materials (6 credits)
Semester IV
  • Engineering Surveying (3 credits)
  • Legislation and Urban Planning (3 credits)
  • Geotechnics I (Soil Mechanics) (6 credits)
  • Theory of Structures (6 credits)
  • Construction Technology II (6 credits)
Semester V
  • Construction B/A (6 credits)
  • TAW Workshop 2022 (3 credits)
  • Geotechnics II (Foundation Engineering) (6 credits)
  • Technical Physics and Plant Engineering (6 credits)
  • Economics and Construction Site (3 credits)
  • Professional Internship (6 credits)
  • Wall and Stone Constructions (3 credits)
Semester VI
  • Electrical Engineering (3 credits)
  • Computer-aided Structural Analysis and Design (6 credits)
  • Prestressed Concrete Constructions (3 credits)
  • Metal Constructions (6 credits)
  • Thesis and Diploma Project (6 credits)
  • Technological Networks – Water Supply (3 credits)