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|Start date:||September 2014|
|Credits:|| 120 ECTS |
|Duration full-time:||24 months|
|Delivery mode:||On Campus|
The 2nd cycle degree programme in Civil Engineering specifically aims to produce professional figures with a high level of preparation and specialisation who are able to fill technical and technical-organisational roles in working contexts which demand the knowledge of methodological and operative aspects of basic sciences and engineering, privileging the specific aspects of civil engineering but without ignoring also more general areas.
The degree programme aims to produce a range of highly qualified professional figures that are in great demand both locally and nationally.
The achievement of these objectives is assured through a teaching programme which, based on a solid background in physics and mathematics, is completed in this 2nd cycle degree programme by some specific course units, the acquisition of professional and operative skills in all specific disciplines of Civil Engineering, and in particular the design, execution, management and monitoring of civil building works, hydraulic works, infrastructures, transport systems, geotechnical works, territorial projects and surveying in territorial and urban areas.
The course curriculum provides ample room for autonomous learning activities concerning exercises, laboratory work for the production of design work and study of specific subjects, which allow students to develop strong skills in the design, execution, management and monitoring of even highly complex works.
Study plan for students enrolled since a.y. 2013/14
2.1) Gruppo "Structural engineering" (24 CFU)
2.2) Gruppo "Territorial infrastructures" (24 CFU)
Choose at least 12 credits. The Civil Engineering Board suggests the remaining elective courses or the following courses:
Two requirements (1. Curriculum requisites and 2. Academic preparation) must be satisfied to be admitted to the Civil Engineering International Master course.
Applicants with an Italian first-level (Bachelor) degree:
1. Curriculum requisitesAt least ONE of the following curriculum requisites (A. or B.) must be satisfied (SSD=scientific area):
A. Italian First-level degree, with a number of credits not less than (all three requisites a), b), c)) must be satisfied):
a) ICAR/01, ICAR/02, ICAR/04, ICAR/05, ICAR/06, ICAR/07, ICAR/08, ICAR/09 SSD; ICAR/10, ICAR/11, ICAR/17 scientific areas (SSD) - N. OF CREDITS > 51, and
b) ICAR/01, ICAR/02, ICAR/04, ICAR/05, ICAR/06, ICAR/07, ICAR/08, ICAR/09 scientific areas (SSD) - N. OF CREDITS > 39 , and
c) MAT & FIS Scientific areas (SSD) - N. OF CREDITS > 24.
B. Italian First-level degree belonging to class L-7 (ex DM 270/2004) or to class 8 (ex DM 509/99) – Classe delle Lauree in Ingegneria Civile ed Ambientale, with final grade >= 110/110.
2. Adequacy of the academic preparationThe academic preparation is adequate if:
- The final grade > 92/110.
Applicants with a foreign University Bachelor degree:
The fulfilment of the curriculum requirements and the adequacy of the academic preparation is evaluated case-by-case by the Civil Engineering Committee (Consiglio di Corso di Studio). If a credit/grade conversion (for both course contents and hours) to the Italian system is possible, the requirements listed above are checked .
For all the students (with Italian or Foreign University Bachelor degree), if one of the above requirements (Curriculum requisites and Academic preparation) is not fulfilled, the Civil Engineering Committee can decide to admit the student on the basis of his whole career.
The Degree Programme Board assesses the possibility for the student of being exempted from the assessment of the suitable personal knowledge in the event of:
- loss of student status,
- having chosen an option from the previous degree programme system,
- possessing a university qualification or learning outcomes acquired in foreign universities,
- moving from another study programme inside the Bologna University
- transferring from another University
The assessment is based on an analysis of previous career.
The degree programme can provide a session for international students and appoint a commission to assess the students' personal competencies and skills, consistent with the competition notice awarding scholarships (scolarships deadline is scheduled in May).
If the Commission considers the international student's level of knowledge and skills to be satisfactory, he/she will be exempted from sitting the test to verify the personal competencies and skills planned for all students.
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