Bachelor Civil Engineering
Planning, Decision-making, Building
It is difficult to imagine our everyday lives without bridges, tunnels, hydroelectric power plants, road and rail networks, or residential, office and industrial buildings. All of these are subject to increasingly higher demands on standards and functionality because our modern society requires reliable, efficient and safe infrastructure.
The curriculum begins with the fundamentals of mathematics and natural sciences, and a basic knowledge of engineering. These core competences are subsequently expanded and the foundations laid for the Master’s degree program. The Bachelor’s degree program concludes with a Bachelor’s thesis.
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Civil engineers are highly sought-after specialists who perform demanding tasks in the service of our society. They are more than just cool-headed, smart designers and constructors.
While taking the environment into account, they must ensure that buildings and installations are planned functionally, built cost-effectively and can be economically operated and maintained. They work closely with architects, environmental engineers, geomatic engineers, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, economists, lawyers and other specialists to provide essential bases for political decision-making processes.
They work in engineering offices and construction companies; for federal, cantonal and municipal authorities; in power supply and transport companies; and in research and education.
About this institute
Freedom and individual responsibility, entrepreneurial spirit and open-mindedness: ETH Zurich stands on a bedrock of true Swiss values. The university for science and technology dates back to the year 1855, when the founders of modern-day Switzerland created it as a...
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