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The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is the largest and most highly rated civil engineering department in the UK.
Our research involves lab, field and computer-based work in the core areas of environmental and water resources engineering, fluid mechanics, geotechnics, structures, systems and transport.
We aim to develop the understanding, tools and people needed to create and maintain sustainable natural and built environments, working on most of the major challenges facing the world today, including resilience of communities to natural and man-made extreme events, sustainable urbanisation, providing water for all, climate change mitigation/adaptation, diminishing natural resources, renewable energy, low carbon economy and extending the life of our infrastructure.
Our postgraduate studies programme has an excellent reputation both within the UK and internationally.
Our staff are leading scholars, and have close links with engineering practice through consulting work and research on industry-related problems. This combination gives the MSc courses a vocational flavour which enhances their academic strength and provides a very good basis for PhD research in related fields.
The Department also houses the Centre for Systems Engineering and Innovation, created to enhance the capacity of the construction industry using the application of systems engineering in the built environment.
All MSc courses within the Department are accredited by the relevant professional institutions.
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This Master's course aims to educate future engineers who specialise in fluid mechanics, specifically in the unique offshore, coastal and built environments. Read more
This course provides training in all aspects of the supply of clean water, the control of pollution and the protection of public health, waste water treatment, air pollution control and solid waste management. Read more
This course covers a broad spectrum of structural engineering issues specifically for civil engineering structures, with comprehensive coverage of topics related to the mechanics and design of structures made from steel and/or concrete. Read more
Hydrology is concerned with assessment of the natural distribution of water in time and space, and with evaluating the impact of manmade changes on the distribution and quality of this water. Read more
These courses provide training in the analysis, design and assessment of steel and composite (steel/concrete) structures. All of our MSc courses are career-orientated and cover both theoretical background and practical design considerations. Read more
These MSc courses are offered jointly with University College London (UCL). They provide a thorough understanding of the movement of people and goods, and of techniques for analysing transport problems as well as developing and implementing measures for resolving them. Read more