Key subjects include: engineering mathematics, graphical representation and IT, introduction to geotechnics, introduction to hydraulics, professional studies, properties of engineering materials, structural analysis and design and surveying.
Key subjects include: construction management, construction mathematics, geotechnics, hydraulics, introduction to coastal engineering, structural analysis and design and civil engineering construction.
Students may optionally spend one year in paid, professional employment between years two and three. This is encouraged, and staff help students to find a suitable placement. Students are visited twice during the year.
Many of our graduates say the work placement year, offered on most of our courses, was invaluable in helping them launch their careers.
As well as giving students invaluable 'real world' experience, a year in industry can often lead to job offers from the placement company. Some placement companies have even chosen to sponsor students for their final year.
Key subjects include: construction management and environment, interdisciplinary design project, sustainable and safe construction, structural analysis and design, geotechnical engineering, advanced hydraulics, and individual project.