Study programmes

Undergraduate Programmes

The Degree in Civil Engineering provides the professional qualifications to work in engineering companies in the fields of design, construction, maintenance and operation of infrastructures and services, in areas as diverse as the planning of cities and their services; transportation and rail and road networks; coastal and beach protection; flood and earthquake safety; or the integrated management of projects and works for bridges, tunnels, dams and ports. A large group of professors, researchers and professionals in the engineering sector are in charge of your training with an applied and practical approach, updated with the latest advances. In addition, you will be able to carry out part of your studies in international exchanges programs, highlighting destinations such as Princeton University or Cornell University, being able to complement your training with internships in leading civil engineering companies.

The Civil Engineering Study Programme is structured in 4 years. It has a total of 240 credits, 222 of which correspond to core and compulsory subjects, 6 obtained from optional subjects and the remaining 12 being associated to the final degree project. This program gives the student access to the wide offer of Master's Degrees offered by the School.

Graduate Programmes