Civil and Structural Engineering MEng (Hons)
If you're not sure which area of civil engineering you want to go into, this broad-based course is a good choice. In years one and two, you'll concentrate on the core disciplines of structural engineering, water infrastructure engineering, fluid mechanics, and geotechnical mechanics, from both an analysis and design perspective.

The second half of the courses focuses more on specialised and advanced structural engineering areas such as bridge engineering, multi-storey building design, sustainability, geotechnics and your independent research project.

During your third year, you'll spend a full semester doing the Integrated Design Project. This award-winning project is designed to consolidate your learning and instil valuable employability skills. Working as part of a team you'll apply your technical knowledge to a real-world problem.

All our teaching is delivered by research-active academic staff or university teachers with extensive industrial experience.

The course challenges you to solve increasingly complex problems and gives you a solid understanding of fundamental engineering principles. In the final year, you'll build on your core knowledge with specialist modules. You'll graduate as a skilled, competent and well-rounded engineer who can confidently approach complex global problems.
MEng (Hons) Award
Study Mode
4 years Duration
H210 UCAS Code

Entry Requirements For This Course

A*AA, including Mathematics

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