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  Civil Engineering with an Integrated Qualifying Year MSc


University of Southampton    Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences

Full time September MSc, Other 2 Years
Engineering (12)

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Embark on a transformative journey with the Civil Engineering with an Integrated Qualifying Year MSc programme at Southampton. This comprehensive 2-year course is tailored for individuals with a passion for civil engineering but lacking a relevant degree. The first year equips you with essential knowledge before seamlessly transitioning into the full MSc course. Delve into fundamental principles, specialist engineering modules, and cutting-edge technology applications. Engage in a research project to showcase your skills and knowledge. Benefit from expert guidance from Dr Sheida Afshan, a leader in civil engineering resilience and sustainability. The programme offers a diverse range of module options and access to state-of-the-art facilities including laboratories and workshops. Entry requires a 2:1 degree in a related field with a strong foundation in maths or physics. Prepare for a successful career in civil engineering with this accredited programme, opening doors to various industries and providing valuable transferable skills.

About the course

Help the world adapt to urbanisation, climate change and natural disasters with a master’s degree in civil engineering.

This 2-year integrated course is ideal if you didn't graduate in civil engineering, but have maths and physics skills. You'll spend a year learning the basics of civil engineering before progressing to the main MSc course for your second year.

You’ll spend your first year studying key topics and improving your knowledge to prepare for your second year, when you’ll join the full-time MSc Civil Engineering course.

Throughout the course you’ll study:

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Entry Requirements

You’ll need a 2:1 degree in a relevant engineering, science or technology subject, such as:

physics
mathematics
chemistry
geology

You must demonstrate your competence at mathematics or physics, either through completion of maths modules as part of your original degree, or an A level pass in one of these subjects.

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