University of Teesside, Faculty of Engineering and Technology
Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Hons)
This course addresses the engineering aspects involved in many types of emergency situations, such as explosions, floods and wars. The course aims to provide the students with the skills and expertise required for a career in disaster relief engineering. This course trains the students to perform structural assessment of part-collapsed buildings, or designing flood defence works or water supply networks in areas of drought.
Structural geology, Hydrology, Materials behaviour, Surveying, Earth catastrophes, Disaster logistics, Disaster remediation.
University students, Disaster management professionals.
High school or senior secondary graduation. The program requires between 180 - 240 tariff points from at least two 6-unit awards or equivalent, one must be in mathematics, management, science or public services. Additional information and information for international students can be obtained from admission section.
3 to 4 years.
Applications are to be submitted through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS), for further details please see admission section.
Scholorships are available from university and other sources.
GBP 3145.00 per year for UK and EU students and GBP 8000.00 per year for international students. This fee does not include other costs.
Please see university homepage.
Faculty of Engineering & Technology, University of Teesside
Middlesbrough, Tees Valley, TS1 3BA, UK
Tel: +44 1642 342499, 1642 342414
E- mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
11 Oct 2007