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1 Civil Engineering (ENSMN) (Masters)
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Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine France Vandoeuvre les Nancy 2013-05-15
Civil engineers design, build, maintain, manage and oversee the operation of the infrastructure that keeps society functioning. The Civil engineer’s sphere of interest includes motorways and railways, buildings and structures, foundations, water and wastewater treatment plants, airports, harbour transport facilities, road systems, power generation facilities and tunnels.
With a Masters in Civil Engineering at Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine you will have engaged with a variety of core and optional modules including Civil Engineering Design Projects, Engineering Mathematics and Mechanics, an Introduction to Structural Analysis and Design,Ground Engineering, Structural Analysis and Design and Design and Construction Projects
masters students: you will have engaged in advanced study and research in the areas of Industrial Case Studies, Advanced Structural Engineering, Computational Modelling, Research Methodology and Mechanics of Materials,
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