Earthquake and Structural Engineering at University of Brighton - UCAS

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Course summary

Our accredited MSc equips you with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of advanced earthquake and structural engineering principles. As you develop your knowledge and skills in these core areas you learn how to apply them to the design and construction of resilient structures. You will work on projects closely related to real-life scenarios. Combining theoretical and practical components you develop the engineering skills to deal with challenges that affect the long-term performance of new and existing structures and their surrounding environment to support sustainable development. Group projects develop your leadership and teamworking skills and your understanding of how different specialisms come together to successfully complete a project. You’ll learn with a course team who are actively involved in research. Case studies, experimental results, and design and analysis theories from their research may be incorporated into core modules. Working closely with a member of our team you will plan, research and produce your dissertation in an area which reflects you career interests. And you have access to our specialist software and experimental facilities such as software for non-linear seismic analysis, and a shake table.


Core modules: MSc Earthquake and Structural Engineering Dissertation; Repair and Strengthening of Existing Reinforced Concrete Structures; Random Vibration of Structures; Dynamics of Structures with Earthquake Engineering applications; Bridge Loads and Analysis; Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering. Option modules: Rock Mechanics; Sustainable Construction; Construction Management.

Entry requirements

A lower second class degree in civil engineering. Candidates with an engineering or physical sciences degree, or with relevant professional experience will be considered on an individual basis. IELTS 6.5 overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each element.

Fees and funding

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Earthquake and Structural Engineering at University of Brighton - UCAS