MSc in Infrastructure – Civil Engineering

Faculty’s name:

Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Transport Sciences

Type and name of degree: Infrastructure – Civil Engineer MSc
Duration of studies: 3 semesters
Language of instruction: English
Degree (BA, MA, PhD. etc): MSc

Introduction of the program

This program is intended for students who want to become more experienced in the design and evaluation of the infrastructure. Specifically, transportation systems, roadways, railways, foundations, and earthquake engineering. The program allows the student to focus on either transportation infrastructure or geotechnical engineering, or both. The first option offers advanced courses in transportation, roadway, and railway design and technology. Geotechnical design, and the study of recent soil improvement and foundation technologies highlight the second option. The student may elect to study a broader spectrum of both options as well.

Advanced design engineer, engineering consultant, transportation agency engineer.

Specialisation: Transportation infrastructure, Geotechnical

Structure of studies

The total number of credits needed to complete the program is 90 credits. The courses of the program are divided into three categories: compulsory courses (60 credits), thesis courses (20 credits) and elective courses (10 credits). 1 credit equals one ECTS credit, and 1 credit is defined as 30 student working hours.

More information:

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Széchenyi István University continually strives to widen the scope of its international activities. To support this aim, the University founded the Centre of International Programmes (CIP), which under the direction of the Vice-Rector of Educational Affairs, provides a comprehensive framework for the administration of international academic affairs, including collaboration with partner institutions in the form of bi- and multilateral agreements, coordination of mobility programmes, the advertising and promotion of the 24 English-taught academic programmes as well as the major cultural and academic events organised within the University’s international community. CIP’s role naturally also encompasses all aspects of administrational support to the body of international students at the University.