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Courses of studies

Diploma Programme in Civil Engineering

Topping out ceremony

The civil engineering programme is a classic engineering programme that is oriented on the planning, erection, and maintenance of structures of constructive engineering, traffic routes, water supply networks, and so on. Graduates receive the requirements for successful employment as a representative of a construction contractor in the public, commercial, or private sector, as building planner, stress analyst, etc.

Cooperative Studies in Civil Engineering

Cooperative studies - also called dual studies - combine two successful components of the German training system:

  • the industrial and technical training in a construction profession and the
  • practice-oriented study of civil engineering at a university.

Postgraduate Master's Programme in Civil Engineering

Construction of a bridge

The full-time or part-time postgraduate master's programme provides a second career-qualifying certificate that is recognised both nationally and internationally.

Master of Science (M.Sc.) graduate certificates may be acquired via the programme streams "Design engineering & Computing" and "Traffic & Civil engineering".

International Master's of Engineering in Environmental Engineering


 

Master´s programme “Environmental Engineering” provides you with advanced knowledge in several fields of environmental engineering and their latest technological developments. Your courses will include topics from six different engineering faculties (Civil Engineering, Geoinformation, Mechanical Engineering, Agriculture/Environment/Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Informatics/Mathematics), as well as the faculty of Business Administration.

 

 

Bachelor's/Master's Programme in Architecture

modern architecture

The degree programme in architecture (Bachelor and Master) will be closed in September 2018 at the HTW Dresden. After this date, the remaining faculty will be integrated into the Faculty of Architecture at the TU Dresden.

Last changed: 16.06.2017  |  Author: C. Vanselow