Bau- und Umweltingenieurwesen
(Civil and Environmental Engineering)
Three-year Bachelor of Science Course
Civil engineering is regarded as the oldest engineering discipline. The subject involves planning and executing buildings of all kinds. Civil engineering is divided into two areas:
- Civil engineering is concerned with the planning, construction and maintenance of residential, office and administrative buildings, industrial buildings, bridges, roads, railroads, tunnels, airports, ports, canals, dykes and dams.
- Environmental engineering is concerned with the planning and building of supply and disposal systems and urban infrastructure, with the management of bodies of water and ground water and of wastewater and waste, and with the fundamental problems of environmental protection and sustainability.
The Bachelor’s program in Civil and Environmental Engineering lays the foundations for a subsequent career in these professions.
After obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering, you can continue your studies at the TUHH in:
–> Bauingenieurwesen (Civil Engineering)
–> Wasser- und Umweltingenieurwesen (Water and Environmental Engineering)
–> Environmental Engineering
–> Joint European Master in Environmental Studies (JEMES) (Funded under the EU Erasmus Mundus network of excellence program)
(Internationally oriented, predominantly English-medium courses)
(Each a two-year Master of Science course)