Bachelor of Environmental Engineering
The Bachelor of Environmental Engineering consists of 180 CPs (Credit-Points) scheduled for 6 semesters (3 years). The study program is divided into basic-studies and subject-specific-studies. Each course is offered in form of a module with corresponding study expenses (CPs = “weighting”) and examination (written/verbal). Some modules also include a course achievement without grading. The achievement and it´s extent is defined by the professor him-/herself. Most modules of Department 13 comprise 6CPs.
Each student is assigned their own personal mentor who will help developing the personal examination plan and monitor the learning progress. (After the first two semesters, 20 CPs should be completed.) The personal examination plan can be developed in consultation with the AG PEK as well.
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During the basic studies, basic subjects like mathematics, chemistry and technical mechanic are taught. Additionally the students hear Informatics for Engineers, Physics, Geology, Civil- and Environmental Laws, General Law and GPEK (simulation course). Especially GPEK grants an insight in working as a Civil Engineer.
To provide students with knowledge outside the Engineering program, they have to complete a certain number of interdisciplinary courses. More information of interdisciplinary courses can be found here.
The subject-specified-studies start in the 3rd semester. The students chose from the following specializations:
- Evaluating and Modelling
- Space and Infrastructure
- Supply and Waste Disposal
- Water and Soil Protection
2 out of 4 specializations have to be chosen. A certain number of Credit-Points, both from the chosen and the non-chosen specialization, have to be completed. A mentor may help choosing the right courses.
For further questions please contact AG PEK or the Students Council of Civil Engineering and Geodesy.