MAJ03426 Structural Engineering
The Structural Engineering major offers a unique balance of analysis and design subjects focusing on large structures such as high rise buildings, large bridges, major industrial developments and tunnels.
It is most suitable for those with a civil engineering background who would like to work on large structures. Completing this major makes you employable by structural consulting firms and other large developers.
Awarding of this major on an academic transcript also requires the completion of a graduate project in this broad discipline area.
|CBK90230 Elective (Engineering)||6cp|
|Select 18 credit points of options:||18cp|
|49254 Advanced Soil Mechanics and Foundation Design||6cp|
|49136 Application of Timber in Engineering Structures||6cp|
|49118 Applied Geotechnics||6cp|
|49131 Bridge Design||6cp|
|49151 Concrete Technology and Practice||6cp|
|42907 Design for Durability||6cp|
|49115 Facade Engineering||6cp|
|49047 Finite Element Analysis||6cp|
|49002 Managing Projects||6cp|
|49150 Prestressed Concrete Design||6cp|
|49119 Problematic Soils and Ground Improvement Techniques||6cp|
|49134 Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering||6cp|