Full-time programmes

  • 3,5-year (7 semesters) undergraduate programme

leading to a bachelor’s degree (BSc) in

–  construction engineering

  • 1,5-year (3 semesters) graduate programmes

leading to a master’s degree (MSc) in

–  road building

–  structural design

–  bridge engineering

–  construction technology and management

–  building information modelling (BIM)

Part-time programmes

  • 4-year (8 semesters) undergraduate programmes

leading to a bachelor’s degree (BSc) in

–  road building

–  construction engineering

  • 2-year (4 semesters) graduate programmes

leading to a master’s degree (MSc) in

–  road building

–  structural engineering

– construction technology and management

 

The undergraduate qualification is awarded to students who

  • have demonstrated basic engineering knowledge of the principles applicable to the design and construction of building components and structures, including residential, commercial and industrial buildings and transportation infrastructure;
  • can apply computer skills and modern technologies in engineering practice, identify and solve basic problems with the use of analytical, simulation and experimental methods, assess the non-technical and economic effects of engineering activities;
  • are prepared to manage and supervise construction work, work independently and on teams with contractors, manufacturers of building elements and materials, state and local units related to construction and architecture.

The graduate qualification is awarded to students who

  • have demonstrated advanced knowledge of engineering principles and practices pertaining to the design and implementation of complex projects, including residential, commercial and industrial buildings and transportation infrastructure, construction technology and management, selection and use of modern building materials and techniques;
  • can apply a range of CAE tools for design and modelling
  • have the ability to identify and solve complex design, organizational and technological problems, manage risks;
  • have the ability to develop and implement research programs, cooperate on international projects, participate in the marketing and promotion of construction products;
  • are prepared to attain a position in civil engineering and related fields, work with multiple teams, manage large teams at construction sites;
  • are prepared to participate in ongoing personal and professional growth.

Full-time programmes

  • 4-year (8 semesters – including a work placement semester) undergraduate programme

leading to a bachelor’s degree (BArch)

  • 1,5-year (3 semesters) graduate programme

leading to a master’s degree (MArch)

The undergraduate qualification is awarded to students who

  • have demonstrated a basic engineering knowledge and understanding of the theory and history of architecture and urban planning, fine arts, architectural engineering, building structures, building physics, architectural and urban design, building law, as well as investment and the development process in Poland and the EU Member States;
  • have the ability to shape the environment in the way that responds to specified needs, improves the quality of life, and meets the aesthetic, functional and technical requirements;
  • have the ability to design basic architectural structures and their surroundings, play one of the key roles in construction and construction supervision;
  • have the skills to continue self-directed study for professional development.

The graduate qualification is awarded to students who

  • have demonstrated a thorough knowledge of the principles of architectural and urban design, conservation works and spatial planning;
  • can apply the procedures of developing architectural designs relative to fundamental performance, safety and comfort, and accessibility;
  • have the ability to solve complex design problems, develop and implement research programmes, undertake international projects, participate in research in fields directly related to architecture and urban planning;
  • are prepared to work in architectural and urban design offices, local government and state administration units and research institutes;
  • perform independent functions in design, manage and oversee construction works, coordinate project teams.