Civil Engineering

Undergraduate programmes

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Civil Engineering BEng (Hons)

UCAS CODE: H200
PROGRAMME LENGTH: 3 YEARS

This broad-based Civil Engineering programme provides sound academic training for the professional engineer. It is suitable for those who have not decided on an area of specialisation and wish to explore a range of subjects, or do not wish to pursue a four-year degree programme. You will be introduced to the essentials: Structural Behaviour and Modelling, Fluid Mechanics, Surveying, Soil Mechanics, Highway Engineering, Hydraulics, Earthquake Engineering and Transport Engineering, amongst others.

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Civil Engineering MEng (Hons)

UCAS CODE: H202
PROGRAMME LENGTH: 4 YEARS

This MEng programme is accredited by the Institution of Civil Engineers and satisfies the academic requirements for registration as a Chartered Engineer. It is aimed at students who wish to take their studies to the MEng level but do not wish to specialise in a particular branch of Civil Engineering. You will study topics at an advanced level from the more specialised fields of Civil Engineering.

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Civil and Structural Engineering MEng (Hons)

UCAS CODE: H220
PROGRAMME LENGTH: 4 YEARS

This programme concentrates on a range of analysis and design methods using the principal materials of reinforced concrete, steel, timber and masonry. There is an emphasis on advanced analysis and design and you will have the opportunity to use state-of-the-art commercial design software. In addition to covering core topics in civil engineering, you will study various aspects of structural design in greater depth including topics such as Bridge Engineering, Structural Steelwork, Timber & Masonry and Structural Systems.

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Architectural Engineering

Architectural Engineering BEng/MEng (Hons)

UCAS CODE: HK26
PROGRAMME LENGTH: 3 YEARS

UCAS CODE: HK28
PROGRAMME LENGTH: 4 YEARS

Architectural engineers are responsible for the design of different systems within a building or aspect of critical infrastructure with a particular focus on key areas such as:

  • creating innovative design strategies to improve our cities and infrastructure
  • structural integrity to sustain earthquakes, fires, vibrations, wind loading, explosions and impacts
  • modelling and design of heating, ventilation & air conditioning systems to make an environment hospitable for the user 
  • acoustic performance and lighting design
  • sustainability and energy efficiency

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