Master (Two Years), Infrastructure Engineering (TISEM), Study programme for batch Autumn 08
Last edit: 20/08/2009
There is a great need for well educated specialists within the area of Infrastructure Engineering. This, in fact unique, Master of Science programme in Infrastructure Engineering offered by the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering provides students with the necessary competence to analyse and solve complex problems within infrastructure technology.
Knowledge and understanding
Students will develop a certain capability of integrating technology with other aspects such as environment, sustainable development, aesthetics, and social and economic responsibility.
Skills and abilities
The programme is intended for students who wish to pursue careers within the Construction and Consulting industry, public authorities, such as the Road or Rail Administrations, or in other industries. The students will also be able to pursue an academic research career.
Ability to make judgments and adopt a standpoint
Through class discussions, project work and examinations we aim to train our graduates to be able to reason, reflect on their own studies and make sound judgment on issues relating to infrastructure engineering In particular we aim to train graduates to be able to make good use of incomplete information to arrive at reasonable conclusions on a variety of issues.