Consideration of the environmental impact of civil engineering works forms part of all the courses offered by the school. However, this course specifically focuses on areas of civil engineering that have a major impact on both the human and
natural environment. The University of Leeds and its School of Civil Engineering have special expertise in these areas.
These areas include public health engineering (including water supply, wastewater treatment, waste disposal, recycling, contaminated land and pollution control), energy use in buildings and construction, and transport engineering and planning. You will also take core civil and structural engineering modules and study the fundamentals of environmental science.
The course was designed to respond to major developments in the profession, such as dealing with contaminated sites, minimising environmental impact and improving the environment, which are of critical importance. It is accredited by the Joint Board of Moderators, which will help you gain chartered engineer status after graduation.
We are ranked 10th in The Guardian league table and 8th in The Sunday Times league table for Civil Engineering in the UK.
UCAS code: H291
Industrial placements: Yes
Study abroad: No
Delivery option: MEng (4 years, full-time) or BEng (3 years, full-time)
Start date: September
Course fees: Home/EU: £9,000 International: £16,500
Information about living expenses and financial support can be found on the University's website.
Scholarships: Scholarships and bursaries worth up to £8,000 available.
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2013 entry: For details about entry requirements, fees and scholarships please contact our admissions team, e: firstname.lastname@example.org, t: +44 (0)113 343 2262.
Accreditation: This degree has been accredited by the Joint Board of Moderators and is recognised by the Engineering Councill for the purposes of meeting in full the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered Engineer.
This course is also accredited by EUR-ACE, the European quality label for engineering degree programmes at Bachelor and Master level.
The tables below show the modules that you will study if you commence your studies in September 2013. This information is taken from the University Programme Catalogue, which is a tool designed for current students to select modules.
If you are looking to start your studies in September 2014 a list of modules is available in the 2014 brochure.
This is an indicative list and actual content may vary as we regularly review the content or our courses in light of new experiences and developments in the field.
|Fundamentals of Engineering Mechanics and Stress Analysis|
|Engineering Surveying and Setting Out|
|Civil Engineering Materials 1.1|
|Water Engineering 1.1|
|Engineering Mathematics 1.1|
|Integrated Design Project|
|Principles of Construction Management 1.1
| Introduction to Environmental Sustainability
|Structural Design of Concrete|
|Structural Design of Steel|
|Structural and Stress Analysis 2.2
|Sustainable Engineering Solutions|
|Civil Engineering Materials 2.2|
|Water Engineering 2.2
|Engineering Mathematics 2.2|
|Integrated Design Project 2.2|
|Environmental Health Engineering in Developing Countries|
|Compulsory modules||Optional modules (choose four)|
|Structural & Stress Analysis 3.3||Construction Site Fieldcourse|
|Steel and Concrete Engineering||Civil Engineering Materials 3.3|
|Water Engineering 3.3||Transport Engineering 3.1|
|Integrated Design Project 3.3||Introduction to Railway Engineering|
|Wastewater Engineering 3.1||Building Services Engineering 3.2|
|Design or Investigative Project (Civil and Environmental Engineering)||Geotechnics 3.3|
|Engineering Mathematics 3.3|
|Compulsory modules||Optional modules|
|Integrated Design Project 4.4||Advanced Concrete Design - MEng|
|Individual Research Project||Foundation Engineering - MEng|
|Deterioration and Maintenance of Concrete Structures (MEng)|
|Construction Business Management|
|Advanced Structural Analysis - MEng|
|Solid Waste Management|
|Water Resources Management and Supply|
|Natural Wastewater Treatment and Reuse|
|Engineering in Emergencies|
Recent graduates of this course have
successfully secured positions such
as Graduate Civil Engineers, Graduate Engineers, Transport Consultants and Road Design Engineers with organisations such as WS Atkins, Halcrow, Oscar Faber, AMEC, White Young Green, Balfour Beatty, Earth Tech and Shepherd Construction.
A-level: AAA including Mathematics, two A-levels and two AS-levels may be considered. AS-level Mathematics considered.
BTEC Extended Diploma: D*DD including an appropriate amount of level 3 Mathematics.
Engineering or Construction Diploma: Grade A plus A-level (A2) Mathematics grade A or higher. AS-level Mathematics considered.
IB: 35 points overall, with 18 points at higher level to include 5 points in higher level Mathematics.
English language requirements: GCSE English Language grade C (or above) or an equivalent recognised English Language qualification.
All undergraduate applications should be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Services (UCAS).
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