Computational Civil Engineering
Professor Vera V. Galishnikova, Ph.D, People's Friendship University of Russia
Prof. Peter Jan Pahl, Ph.D, Berlin Technical University
Period of studies: 2 years
ECTS credits: 120
The goal of the M.Sc. Program is to educate civil engineers who have the scientific background and experience that are necessary for the beneficial use of computers in engineering practise and in research, and in addition to prepare some of the graduates of the program to proceed to related doctoral programs and thus to become the academic leaders of the future.
The Program is concentrated on the general scientific fundamentals which form the basis for
These fundamentals are independent of specific programming platforms and provide the basis for continuing education throughout the professional career of the practising engineer or researcher. They enable him to participate in continuous innovation and thus to contribute to the overall development of his society.
The M.Sc. program is interdisciplinary and international. It is opened to students from both the civil engineering and the information technology area. The international character is strengthened by having courses conducted by lecturers from other countries.
The students will acquire the following special competencies:
Fields of professional activity of a graduate are: Civil Engineering; Environmental Engineering; Facility Management; Software Engineering; International Projects; Government; Industrial corporations; Educational institutions; Research institutions.
Bachelor degree (or equivalent) in Civil Engineering or Science with basics of: Physics; Mathematics incl. Differential Equations; Mechanics of Materials; Statics; Structural Mechanics; Building Materials; Structural Design in Steel and Concrete;
English Language level – at least IELTS 5 TOEFL iBT – 63
Grade point average: At least 70-75% of the maximum obtainable grade. Can vary depending on the grading system of the university having awarded the Bachelor degree
Basic computer and programming skills
August, 15 2014