Civil Engineers are involved in the planning, design, and construction of many of the developments that are necessary for societies to function. Roads, dams, tunnels, bridges, highways, airports, railroads, buildings, housing, harbors, jetties, oil platforms, water and wastewater systems are all creations of the civil engineer. The BSc in Civil Engineering at the Neapolis University in Cyprus is designed to produce graduates who will be able to meet these challenges, building their future on solid foundations. The BSc in Civil Engineering offers to each student knowledge and skills so as to enable them, upon completion of their studies, to enter the profession or to begin graduate study.
The BSc in Civil Engineering provides a broad civil engineering curriculum that focuses on fundamental theory, mathematics, science, planning, design and construction. These compulsory courses, along with other proper electives, allow students to focus in particular fields of Civil Engineering. Electives on two directions will be offered initially, that is in Structural Engineering and Environmental Engineering, while electives on more directions will be offered later, as in Geotechnical Engineering, in Hydraulics, in Coastal Engineering and in Transportation Engineering. Students will have the chance to design taking into account constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, and sustainability and to become acquainted with several aspects of professional practice.
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.
High School Diploma, sufficient marks in Mathematics and Physics, interview
Duration of Studies:
4 years (8 semesters), full time, 240 ECTS.
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
Greek and English.
“Based on my long experience in the development and application of high-tech systems in various fields of engineering, today I am deeply convinced that if their full integration into the construction industry is deemed necessary, their use is imperative and irreplaceable even in the early stages of educating future engineers.”
Dr. John Bellos – Assistant Professor of Structural Design and Construction Technology