On completion of this programme, you will be able to conceive, model, design and analyse a wide range of innovative structures and apply advanced concepts in structural engineering. The distinguishing features of this programme are the integration of theory, design and application, and the response of structures to loading. Integration is achieved by exploiting a computer modelling thread. This provides you with the opportunity to apply advanced structural analysis (finite elements, non-linear analysis, structural dynamics) using state of the art software. Using this platform, these techniques are applied within a practical context (steel structures, concrete structures, bridge engineering) which is developed further in a major design project.
Modules on this course include: Dynamic and Wind Engineering, Advanced Structural Design, Advanced Structural Analysis, Bridge Engineering, Earthquake Engineering, Research Method and Planning, Tall Building Group Design Project, Civil Engineering Summer Research Project and Civil Engineering Research Project Preparation
2:1 (Upper 2nd class honours degree or international equivalent) in a relevant subject. Applicants need to have studied structural analysis and structural design in each year of their undergraduate programme.
Fees and funding
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