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BSc in Civil Engineering

Programme Description

The profession of civil engineering is definitely the oldest in the engineering field. The Civil Engineer specializes in design, construction, maintenance and management of technical projects and infrastructure, such as buildings, roads and bridges. It is, in fact, the science that ensures the creation, improvement and protection of both the natural and the built environment.

During the first two years of study, students of the BSc of Civil Engineering are introduced to the basics of engineering and taught all the necessary Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science, to acquire all the necessary infrastructure for the coming years and the most complex issues in the field of Civil Engineering. The BSc in Civil Engineering in Neapolis is structured in such a way that theory with practice blend harmoniously with the sole aim of the student to gain in-depth knowledge of this science.

By studying a programme in Civil Engineering the student can specialize in the following:

  • Construction: Specialization engaged in the design, supervision and smooth operation of projects, such as buildings, bridges, stadiums, industrial extension of buildings and many other taking into account the seismic behavior
  • Transportation projects: Geometry, road construction, operation and construction of highways, airports, ports and marinas
  • Geotechnical Engineering: It deals with the foundations of buildings, construction and maintenance of tunnels, dams and roads substrates
  • Hydraulic Works: Includes the design, construction and management of water supply networks, irrigation and drainage, storm water management and wastewater etc.

“Based on my long experience in the development and application of high technology in the field of engineering  science, today I am deeply confident that if full integration in the construction industry has been deemed necessary, their use in the early stages of the education of future scientist’s engineers will be deemed urgent and irreplaceable.”
Dr. John Bellos- Assistant Professor of Structural Design and Construction Technology

The Programme in Civil Engineering at the Neapolis University is designed for those who want to build their future on solid foundations.

Programme Structure

To complete the BSc of Civil Engineering, the student must successfully complete 38 core courses, four electives and a dissertation.


Is equivalent to 21 ECTS. The topic may be purely academic in nature or derived through the real work of Civil Engineers, and prepared under the supervision of a Professor. The student has the opportunity to specialize further and to prepare for the employment market deepening their knowledge and gaining practical experience.

Career Prospects

The civil engineering profession is very demanding, competitive and rapidly evolving, and yet offers great job opportunities and high salaries. Graduates of Civil Engineers may be employed and to have a career in private construction companies, public or semi-public organizations or to start their own company.

Duration of studies

The BSc of Civil Engineering duration is four years. Courses are taught in Greek and English.

First Year

Is the introductory year of the Bachelor im Civil Engineering in which lays the basis for lessons the next few years. These include courses such as Principles of Economics, Technical Drawing, Computer Aided Design, Computer programming, Physics, Principles of Ecology and Environmental Chemistry, Mathematics and Land Surveying.

Second Year

The student in the BSc in Civil Engineering is ready to cope with more complex subjects in Civil Engineering. Among others this year the student will be taught Engineering Geology, Strength of Materials, Engineering Materials, Structural Analysis, Geographical Information Systems and Fluid Mechanics, while continuing courses of Mathematics, Statistics, Probability and Computer Programming.

Third Year

This year in the BSc in Civil Engineering is very important, since the student will be taught Road Engineering, Transportation Planning, Hydraulics, Hydrology, Soil Mechanics, Foundation Engineering, Reinforced Concrete Design, Steel Design, Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering

Fourth Year

This is the last year of the BSc in Civil Engineering, including the Dissertation, Environmental Engineering, Construction Project Management, Engineering Law and Practice as well as four electives, through which the student will be able to choose a specialization.