Civil Engineering (M.Eng.)

Construction Management
Structural Engineering
Water Resources Engineering
Transportation Engineering

After a successfully completed Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, students are offered the opportunity to expand their specialist knowledge in a scientific and application-oriented Master’s Degree Programme. Self-organising skills and team spirit are promoted by specialist project work.

Students can currently choose from three specialised fields of study:

  • Construction Management
  • Structural Engineering
  • Transportation Engineering

A specialisation in Water Resources Engineering is presently not offered.

Overview

  • Teaching language:
    German
  • Start of studies:
    standardly summer semester,
    winter semester as "lateral entry" possible
  • Standard period of study:
    1.5 years / 90 ECTS
  • Location:
    Trier Main Campus
  • Further information see German website

application portal

Contact us

Study guidance
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Torsten Ebner
+49 651 8103-201
T.Ebner[at]hochschule-trier.de
Dipl.-Ing. Katharina Bläsius
+49 651 8103-414
K.Blaesius[at]hochschule-trier.de

Department secretariat
Inge Werhan
+49 651 8103 231
I.Werhan[at]hochschule-trier.de

Study Service
+49 651 8103 -300 - 516 - 291
studienservice(at)hochschule-trier.de

 

Detailed information

Admission requirements

The standard admission requirements for the Master’s programme in Civil Engineering are the following:

  1. Successful completion of a Bachelor’s Degree with 210 ECTS credits or equivalent graduate degree in Civil Engineering or a comparable scientific-technical course of study.
  2. A final grade of 3.0 or better or an equivalent grade point average in one of the aforementioned degrees.

Upon application, students with a completed Bachelor’s Degree with 180 ECTS credits are also possible to be admitted if they have worked as a Civil Engineer for a sufficiently long period of time.
For further information, please visit the German version of the study programme.

 

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