MSc in Structural Engineering (Analysis & Design)

The MSc. in Structural Engineering is a programme for students who have a strong background in Civil Engineering, Civil and Construction Engineering, Structural Engineering who are interested in furthering their education to the Structural Engineering who want to improve their knowledge in the relevant filed.
You’ll be well-equipped to meet the challenges of the modern engineering industry. Delivered through a programme of specialist modules, you’ll blend theoretical knowledge with contemporary methodology and practice. You’ll look at how advanced technology and computer-aided design is reshaping construction practice. You’ll look at bridges and tall building engineering in detail, and explore how seismic analysis influences design

Course Type

Full Time

Course Commencement Dates

October

Duration

1 Year

Course Modules

Trimester 1

Structural Design with Computer Applications | (30 Credits)

Seismic Engineering with Finite Element Analysis | (30 Credits)

Trimester 2

Bridge Design | (30 credits)

Further Structural Design | (30 credits)

Trimester 3

MSc Dissertation | (60 credits)

**Full Time (carried out in the weekends)

Entry Requirements

A minimum of a Class 2 Division 2 honours degree or equivalent in a numerate subject such as Civil Engineering, Civil and Construction Engineering or Structural Engineering.
OR
Class 3 honours degree or equivalent in a numerate subject such as Civil Engineering, Civil and Construction Engineering or Structural Engineering. AND minimum of 2 years industry experience in relevant field AND Interview
AND
English language requirement of grade C or above in English language at O/L OR General English at A/L OR an equivalent qualification.

Job Opportunities

Structural Engineering graduates will be well equipped to meet the challenges of contemporary engineering. They may occupy pivotal appointments in prestigious building schemes and the prospect of a challenging career to provide and protect the infrastructure that underpins society. Graduates typically choose to work as structural engineers in a design and consultancy practice.