The curriculum of the Civil Engineering program from Polytechnic University of Turin offers four areas of specialization - Geotechnics, Hydraulics, Infrastructure and transport systems, Structures - which also correspond to four distinct professions.
Job opportunities are mainly in individual or group self-employment (after registration in the Association of Engineers, Section A) and in public and private technical offices, construction companies and engineering firms.
The programme is structured over two years.
The first year is devoted to civil engineering, with particular reference to the design of structures and infrastructure, taking into account their interactions with the territory.
The second year completes this preparation, and courses are offered in four different areas of specialization (geotechnical, hydraulic, infrastructure and transport systems, structures) with an additional area (structures and Infrastructures), with the possibility to further enhance training through optional subjects to be selected from among those offered in the Civil Engineering area and in the entire Faculty of Engineering.
Training concludes with preparation of the thesis. Students are expected to deal independently and using a multidisciplinary approach with research or design themes characterised by originality and innovativeness.
All students are given core instruction in civil engineering topics: construction science, with particular reference to the resolution of two-dimensional and three-dimensional structures, materials science and technology, including both ordinary and innovative construction materials, and geomatics, with the opportunity to develop expertise in the acquisition, modeling and analysis of geo-referenced geospatial data using technologically advanced instrumentation.
The MSc programme in Civil Engineering is designed to train a professional figure with a broad spectrum of knowledge and skills in the design, implementation, management, surveying, testing and maintenance of buildings (civil and industrial), major public works ( bridges, dams, tunnels) and infrastructure (roads and transport, systems for water collection, distribution, and treatment).
The two-year curriculum is structured to give students an autonomous capacity for analysis of complex engineering problems in all of these areas, preparing them for both domestic and international contexts, whether in the working world or in research and development.
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