Combine civil engineering with architecture, and explore their importance in developing sustainable, urban areas. If you're interested in a career in structural engineering design, this course is for you. You’ll specialise in architecture and urban design, as well as studying structural and geomechanical engineering. You’ll also develop key design and manufacturing skills. In the first two years, you'll develop a solid grounding in the fundamental engineering science, as well as the basis of civil engineering. You'll be introduced to key design skills, such as sketching model-making and computing, through workshops and through design projects. In your third year, you'll specialise in civil engineering with a focus on urban design, and develop your knowledge of structures and geotechnics. In year 4, you’ll put architectural principles into practice through design projects and study project economics and management.
Year 1: An Introduction to Engineering Design; Civil Engineering fundamentals; Mathematics for Engineering and the Environment I; ThermoFluids; Mechanics, Structures and Materials. Year 2: Liveable Cities; Structural Analysis; Mathematics for Engineering and the Environment II; Structural Design; City Infrastructure Design Project; Soil Mechanics; Hydraulics; Numerical Methods. Year 3: Architecture 3, Individual Project, Structural Stability and Finite Element Analysis, Geotechnical Engineering, Urban Design. Year 4: Architectural Group Design Project, Project Economics and Management, Architectural Engineering Project plus additional advanced module options.
Assessment is conducted through a combination of unseen written examinations and assessed coursework in the form of problem solving exercises, laboratory reports, design projects, essays, and individual and group projects. Experimental, research and design skills are assessed through laboratory reports, coursework exercises, dissertations and oral presentations.
Professionally accredited courses provide industry-wide recognition of the quality of your qualification.
- Civil Engineers, Institution of
- Structural Engineers, Institution of
- The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation
- Highway Engineers, Institute of (IHE)
How to apply
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
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English language requirements
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