Dual Civil Engineering
The dual studies program in Civil Engineering is designed to appeal to students who want to gain practical experience at a construction company, engineering firm or municipal administration while they complete their degrees. The advantages of the dual studies program include a direct link to practical skills, very good professional prospects and secure financial support.
This practical degree program prepares students for a variety of positions in the construction industry. Expertise from different areas such as mathematics, natural sciences and economics, thorough IT expertise and management skills serve as the foundation for different fields of study like building operations, structural engineering, traffic engineering and water management.
Due to a growing shortage of trained professionals in civil engineering, and because of the trend towards mixed teams, highly-qualified women and men enjoy attractive and family-friendly career prospects. Modern and innovative companies are offering more and more flexible work time models.
Graduates will be qualified for careers in the following areas:
- Design, calculation, planning
- Coordination, monitoring
- Operations and renovation
- Calculation, bid processing, work preparation and billing
- Facility management
Degree program flyer
Abitur exam / vocational baccalaureate diploma (Fachabitur)
- Building operations
- Structural engineering
- Traffic engineering
- Water management
Students will study full-time during the lecture period from October through February and April through July in their first two semesters. After the third semester, students will be given two days a week to work in a company, while lecture courses will be concentrated to three days a week.
Students in the dual studies program, therefore, will have an extended standard program length of nine semesters instead of seven. They will write their Bachelor’s thesis during their ninth semester.