Structural Engineering and Architecture MEng (Hons)
This dual course combines the essentials of an architecture and a structural engineering degree so you could become an architect or an engineer.

The course develops architectural and engineering skills in an integrated manner. Your unique understanding of both disciplines makes you highly skilled and employable. You'll be capable of appreciating competing considerations, while able to balance the professional opinion of both disciplines.

Your first two years of study cover the fundamentals of each profession, including engineering maths, mechanics, geotechnics, materials, and structural design. Your initial architectural modules cover humanities and a history of architecture and the basics of architectural design.

Your final two years allow you to study specialised and advanced modules that focus on structural analysis and design, alongside studio-based practical architectural design projects, project management, and environment and technology modules. You'll also develop and carry out a research project.
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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.
MEng (Hons) Award
Study Mode
4 years Duration
HK21 UCAS Code

Entry Requirements For This Course

A*AA, including Mathematics

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