Sustainable Structural Engineering
Course participants will learn to deal with a range of problems within advanced structural engineering and design through the utilisation of computational tools such as the finite element method.
An important research area the program focuses on is wood building technology and design, which is conducted in close cooperation with the industry. The program includes a sound theoretical basis as well as applied projects involving the development of new technologies and products. A further major benefit is the series of wood building projects currently in progress in the city of Växjo. These projects will continue running for several years.
General entry requirements for second-cycle studies and specific entry requirements: Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, Architectural Engineering or the equivalent.
This degree must include a minimum of 7.5 credits in Structural Mechanics or Mechanics of Materials as well as mathematics corresponding to the courses Calculus 1 (7.5 credits) and Vector geometry/Linear algebra (7.5 credits) or the equivalent.
English B/6 or the equivalent.
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After one year of successful study, students will be awarded a Master of Science (60 credits), Main field of study: Civil Engineering.
This modern and international university in southern Sweden aims to help its graduates and researchers make real positive change in society. Located in Växjö and Kalmar, Linnaeus University offers over 150 degree programs within arts and humanities, health and life sciences,...
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