Academic Year 2019/20





School of Civil, Environmental and Land Management Engineering



Degree Programme of:


Civil Engineering
Laurea Magistrale (Equivalent To Master Of Science)


Milano Campus

1. General Information

School School of Civil, Environmental and Land Management Engineering
Code Reference Law488
NameCivil Engineering
Reference LawOrdinamento 270/04
Class of degreeLM-23 - Civil engineering
Degree level Laurea Magistrale (Equivalent To Master Of Science)
First year of activation 2010/2011
Official length of the programme 2
Years of the programme already activated 1,2
Official language(s) () Italian/English
Campus Milano
Dean of the School Alberto Taliercio
Coordinator of the Study programme Fabio Biondini
Website of the School http://www.ingcat.polimi.it
Website of the Study programme
http://www.ingciv.polimi.it/en
() The degree course offers some tracks in Italian and others in English.

Central Student Office - Milano
Address VIA C. GOLGI, 42 (MI)

2. General presentation of the study programme

Graduates in Civil Engineering work in the field of constructions and infrastructures. Examples of constructions are buildings, bridges, tunnels, dams and the structural parts of industrial and power plants. Infrastructures encompass roads, railways, airports, water supply, treatment, and distribution systems, wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal systems, works ensuring the safety of land and environment.

In the two years Master’s Degree Program, students complete their training in Civil Engineering and achieve a technical preparation of a level adequate to meet the demands and challenges of the world of work. This is in line with the education system of most European countries, where the second level degree, obtained after five years of university studies, is definitely preferred, or even explicitly requested, to enter the professional world.

Accordingly, the subjects taught in the Master’s Degree Program aim at strengthening the basic preparation of the students, providing them, at the same time, with a deepened knowledge of topics central to Civil Engineering. It is believed that, today and even more in the future, civil engineers will have to face different problems with a critical attitude, which implies possessing the ability to grasp and manage their fundamental aspects in depth. In fact, one of the primary tasks of higher education is making graduates capable of specializing themselves: such ability has an intrinsic value, irrespective of the purpose of training.

Several areas were identified, among which students can choose their field of specialization: Geotechnics, Hydraulics, Structures, Transportation infrastructures, and Earthquake Engineering. Suggested study plans help students define their curriculum in these areas (or ‘tracks’). Three of the tracks: Geotechnics, Structures, Earthquake Engineering are taught in English. The other ones include courses mostly taught in Italian.

 


3. Learning objectives

3.1 Field of specialization: Earthquake Engineering

The earthquake-related devastations and tragedies in Italy are unfortunately following one another regularly. Yet, every new earthquake repeatedly highlights two aspects that contribute to the persistence of high seismic risk in the national territory: the lack of education of population to seismic risk as well as the lack of preparation of technical cadres, both at the private and public level. These two aspects, clearly inter-related, find a common denominator in the lack of attention to education on seismic risk at every school level.

The track dedicated to Earthquake Engineering within the Master's Degree in Civil Engineering has the ambition to put the Politecnico di Milano in a leading position towards a new attitude on training University students on seismic risk. This is obtained by proposing the figure of an engineer who, well rooted in a structural preparation suitable to operate in engineering studies, as well as in public technical offices, has gained his/her skills in various fields of application of earthquake engineering: from the design of new structures, to assessment and retrofit of existing structures, to interventions on historical building, to the evaluation of the seismic stability of the territory, to the analysis of the effect of the superficial geology on the amplitude of the seismic shaking, to the definition of the seismic actions for structural analysis. A professional figure who also has gained the expertise of the most modern experimental techniques, both for structural analysis and for seismic zonation. Such a figure of engineer is so far absent in the Italian professional scene, but it will also have many opportunities to be appreciated abroad. As a matter of fact, not only state-of-art theories and techniques developed and taught in Italy are definitely at the cutting edge of the international arena, but also the track will be entirely proposed in English.


3.2 Field of specialization: Geotechnics

Geotechnics is the branch of Civil Engineering that deals with all the engineering problems involving geomaterials (i.e., soil and rock), either when they constitute by themselves the mechanical system to be studied (slope stability, excavations, mining activities, subsidence and earthworks like dams, waste tips or embankments), or when they interact with civil structures (shallow and deep foundations, retaining structures, tunnels, underground pipelines, marine structures). Geotechnical engineering studies these systems both under static and dynamic conditions (e.g., considering the action of earthquakes, wind, waves and vibrating machines).

Geotechnics is a discipline combining notions concerning Structural Mechanics and Hydraulics, with the main goal of achieving engineering predictions on the response of the soil and the structures interacting with it and, eventually, to guarantee a proper design of these structures.

A Geotechnical engineer is called to participate to any type of technical problem of Civil, Environmental and Building Engineering that involve soils and rocks. This role may be played either as an independent professional, as an employee of the public administration, or as a consultant in private companies. In order to deal with the broad range of activities mentioned above, a solid background in basic Soil Mechanics is necessary (provided e.g. within the Bachelor’s Degree Program in Civil Engineering). In addition, advanced courses will be necessary in order to study in depth different topics. In particular, the curriculum includes advanced courses on the mechanic behaviour of soils under complex loading conditions and its mathematical modeling; the mechanical response of rock and rock discontinuities, numerical methods for the evaluation of displacements within soils, foundation settlements, pore water pressures, and earth thrusts against retaining structures; design criteria for foundations, retaining structures and tunnel linings; geotechnical problems of interest for the environment, such as slope stability analysis, slope stabilization techniques, and design of waste disposal areas, among others.

Beyond this large array of technical capabilities, it is worth mentioning that geotechnical engineers must be able to interact with a variety of other specialists, such as environmental, structural, hydraulic and transportation engineers, architects, urban planners, geologists, and all other professionals that may need expertise in many different fields. It follows that during the Master’s Degree Program, besides classical Geotechnical Engineering courses, a selection of elective courses on related disciplines will be offered, allowing students to define their study plan according to their own preferences.


3.3 Field of specialization: Hydraulics

Water resources, either natural or modified by human activities, are a key point for the development and welfare of any society. In recent years, the increasingly frequent alternation of dryness periods and high intensity rainfall events posed fundamentals and conflicting issues to Hydraulic Engineering. On the one hand, the inhomogeneous regional and seasonal availability of water requires the preservation of water resources and the optimization of their exploitation. On the other hand, the possibility that flood or other natural events cause damage to the land and the infrastructures makes it necessary to protect from flood risk areas adjacent to rivers and, from hydrological risk, hills and mountains. The teaching activities of the specialization in Hydraulics aim at training engineers capable of dealing with these issues.

Hydraulic Engineers must have skills on the design and management of any structure aimed at exploiting water resources (wells, water supply systems, hydroelectric plants, irrigation systems…) and returning them in a way compatible with the land and the environmental quality (sewers, sewage treatment plants, soil remediation). They must also be able to provide adequate security in areas exposed to flood and hydrological risk by means of river basin management and slope accommodation. The skills of Hydraulic Engineers in the hydraulic protection of the land make them among the main actors in the field of Civil Protection.

The need to integrate properly the projects in the urban and natural landscape requires a close interaction between Hydraulic Engineers and the Public Administration (Municipalities, Provinces, Regions, Basin Authorities, etc.).

The proper knowledge of the theoretical aspects of Hydraulics is an essential prerequisite for the design and management of effective technical solutions; for this reason, the teaching activities includes courses that frame from a theoretical point of view the motion of fluids in conveyance systems and the configuration of the corresponding civil and industrial plants, the dynamics of free surface water and groundwater, the different forms of interactions between fluids and structures.

The design and the management of the works require the knowledge of other disciplines which, together with the traditional courses of Hydraulic Engineering, help complete the formation of Hydraulic Engineers, allowing them to investigate other fields of action.

Hydraulic Engineers find extensive employment opportunities both as freelance workers and as employees of engineering companies or the Public Administration, where, in areas related to the defense of the land and to the Civil Protection, Hydraulic Engineers can act both as designers and as managers.


3.4 Field of specialization: Transportation Infrastructures

The curriculum in Transportation Infrastructures is widely matched by the higher education studies in the most important international schools of engineering. The curricular layout aims at a high specialization addressed to the field of transportation infrastructures: roads and highways, railways and subways, interports and intermodal nodes, maritime harbours, waterways and river harbours, stations and transport terminals, cable-driven transports, and innovative movement systems.

A part of the curriculum is specifically devoted to the design stages of transportation infrastructures, from the initial feasibility studies, through the preliminary project, till the final executive project. At the same time, the infrastructure construction theme is fully developed through the in-depth study of construction materials and organization of complex construction sites. During the education path in transportation engineering, the wide variety of topics related to the management of services and mobility infrastructures is furtherly developed and deepened, through specific courses dealing with planning and maintenance issues. Subjects concerning the initial stages of planning and mobility strategy of people and freight are also part of the curriculum.

The complexity of large infrastructure works requires an interaction with structural, environmental and land planning engineering, as far as bridges or viaducts, environmental impact problems, and design constraints are concerned, respectively.

The elective courses available can further focus the global preparation on these specific aspects. The provided qualification allows graduates to work as professionals, members of building companies, employees in the public administration or in public transport management services. Topics pertaining to Civil Engineering related with infrastructures, however, represent a core issue if compared to management aspects.


3.5 Field of specialization: Structures

The main purpose of this specialization is to provide students with the basic knowledge and capabilities concerning the analysis and design of bearing structures. Both general and more specific subjects relevant to the structural design of civil constructions, such as buildings, bridges, dams, tunnels and foundations, are proposed to the students. Other structural problems, which can be found in fields different from Civil Engineering, are also dealt with during the degree program. Beside Civil Engineering, the acquired knowledge allows graduates to work in any engineering field in which structural problems are important, such as aerospace, naval, mechanical, nuclear, industrial, and transportation engineering.

The studies in Structural Engineering are also strictly related to emerging technologies and innovative materials (composites, laminates, high performance concretes, etc.). New structural problems of increasing industrial and economic interest are emerging in many and greatly diversified fields: these include e.g. microsystems, biomechanics, fluid-structure interaction, coupled (multi-phase) systems, diagnosis of damaged structures and retrofitting of historical buildings.

It should be remarked that Structural Engineering has originated the discipline of computational mechanics through the development of the Finite Element Method that, in the last decades, has methodologically and practically renewed the whole spectrum of engineering and applied sciences, and is the basis of most modern computer assisted design procedures. Nowadays Structural Engineering is still giving new developments and applications for modern computational methods. Graduates in that followed the Structural Engineering curriculum are highly appreciated by public and private sectors of Civil Engineering and by many fields of Industrial Engineering, which confirms the positive experience, cumulated in various decades, of this curriculum.

The second year of the track “Structures” comprises three suggested study plans, consisting of a group of courses in common and another group of elective courses that allow students to deepen their training in one of these fields: Design of new structures, Assessment of existing structures, Advanced structural analysis


4. Organization of the study programme and further studies

4.1 Structure of the study programme and Qualifications


The Master of Science at the Politecnico di Milano is arranged over different tracks. The objective is certainly not to produce sector-specific figures, but rather to provide an adequate level of examination of the main issues of civil engineering, in line with the professionals who have established themselves or who will establish themselves in Italy and in Europe. It is in fact the belief that today and increasingly in the future, civil engineers must face various different problems with a critical mind and be able to address and manage the essential aspects in detail. The tracks currently offered are:  Soil Mechanics (foundations, tunnels, support structures and slopes) Hydraulics (pipelines, water storage works, pipelines and drainage); Transport Infrastructures (roads, railways, airports), Structures (buildings, roofs, bridges, stress-strain analyses of materials and structures). Students who prefer to pursue a broader cultural spectrum can take a general track, albeit necessarily less in-depth. It must be noted that access to a Politecnico Master of Science is not automatic, rather it is dependent on specific rules.

4.2 Further Studies

The qualification grants access to "Dottorato di Ricerca" (Research Doctorate), "Corso di Specializzazione di secondo livello" (2nd level Specialization Course) and "Master Universitario di secondo livello" (2nd level University Master)


PHD SCHOOL AND SECOND-LEVEL MASTERS

Politecnico di Milano offers to graduate students three-year courses to achieve an increasing qualification and specialization. PhD (or 3rd level) courses can be accessed following an admission examination, after obtaining the Master’s (2nd level) degree. Within the fields of materials, constructions, infrastructures, and environmental protection, the following PhD courses are currently offered:

  • Structural, Earthquake and Geotechnical Engineering
  • Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering
  • Materials Engineering.

In addition, some 2nd-level Master programs exist that deal with issues related to the design and management of buildings and infrastructures. They can be accessed passing an entrance examination, after obtaining the Master’s degree.


5. Professional opportunities and work market

5.1 Professional status of the degree

The Master of Science in Civil Engineering aims at providing students with thorough professional and scientific Civil Engineering skills, which are highly requested and appreciated by both private companies and public institutions.
The student must choose one tracks out of the five available, namely: general, geotechnics, hydraulics, infrastructures and structures. 'Geothecnics' is devoted to the study of the interaction between soil and rock and structures (foundations, tunnels, retaining structures). 'Hydraulics' deals with all problems concerning water storage, transportation and control (pipelines, sewers, river and coastal erosion control, reservoirs).' Infrastructures' takes care of all problems concerning transportation engineering (road and railway design, airport and harbour design, modelling of transport fluxes). 'Structures' is devoted to the analysis and design of civil and industrial structures (buildings, bridges, dams, metallic and concrete constructions, computational mechanics). 'General' gives the student an interdisciplinary preparation taking courses from all the aforementioned specialties.


The skills achieved by graduates in Civil Engineering in the different specializations offered at Politecnico di Milano are described in Sec. 2.
Passing the Professional Exam enables Civil Engineers having a Master’s degree to practice as Engineers in the Civil and Environmental areas. Unlike graduates having a Bachelor’ degree, the Master’s degree avoids graduates to be subjected to any legal constraints on the size and importance of the works they can design as professionals. The level of specialisation achieved
allows civil engineers to work in the field of the analysis and design of structures or infrastructures with special safety requirements, or requiring the use of highly sophisticated analysis and design methods (offshore structures, power plants, bridges and long span roofs, tall buildings, tunnels, large-scale excavations, etc.).

5.2 Careers options and profiles

Engineers having obtained the Master’s degree can find career opportunities in the following areas:
  • offices and companies involved in the design of works, plants and infrastructures;
  • construction and maintenance companies involved in civil works, plants and civil infrastructures;
  • universities and higher education research institutions;
  • public offices for the design, planning, management and control of urban and land systems;
  • businesses, organizations, consortia and agencies responsible for managing and monitoring of civil works and services;
  • service companies dealing with the urban and environmental impact of infrastructures;
  • businesses, companies and service providers, government offices, agencies,
  • consortia and management agencies for surveying and monitoring.
Also note that the Career Service of Politecnico di Milano is at the disposal of students and graduates of Politecnico di Milano, and of companies willing to contact them; for further information see:
 
http://www.polilink.polimi.it/go/Home/Polilink/Career-Service.

Surveys of University Assessment Commission
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5.3 Qualification profile

Civil Engineer


profile in a work context:
A specialized technician able to work autonomously, and with responsibility functions, in construction and infrastructure fields. The level of specialization achieved allows to work in areas of analysis and design of structures or infrastructures with particular safety requirements or that require the use of particularly sophisticated methods such as off-shore structures, structures for production of electric power, bridges and large span roofs, tall buildings, tunnels, large excavations, and so on.

To pass the State Examination allows the Civil Engineer with Laurea Magistrale to work as freelancer in Engineering, in the Civil and Environmental Sector.
Unlike first level graduate students, laurea magistrale graduate students are not subject to any law restrictions about the size and importance of the works that, as engineers, they can design.


skills of this function:
Specific skills: 
- design, conceive and manage civil works of different types;
 - plan the works and supplies;
 - planning of security;
 - manage and organise the construction site (management of documents, materials, temporary works and machineries, development of any demolition, reclamation and disposal of waste materials, as well as all measures to reduce the environmental impact of the construction activities).

Further specific skills - Earthquake Engineering sector
- design new structures, assess and retrofit existing structures, plan interventions on historical building;
- evaluate the seismic stability of the territory, analyse the effect of the superficial geology on the amplitude of the seismic shaking, define the seismic actions for structural analysis.

Further specific skills - Geotechnical sector
 - design, conceive, manage civil works, with particular reference to those related to lands and rocks (slopes, excavations, areas subject to subsidence, constructions in loose materials) and their interaction with the structures (shallow and deep foundations, supporting structures, tunnels, underground pipelines), in static or dynamic conditions.

Further specific skills - Hydraulics sector
 - design and manage all the works with the aim to use the water resources (wells, water systems, hydroelectric and industrial plants, irrigation systems, etc.) and water management, compatibly with the structure and security of the territory and with the environmental quality (design of sewers and sewage treatment plants, flood protection and flooding works, reclamation interventions, etc.).

Further specific skills - Transport infrastructure sector
 - design the different transport infrastructures, from first feasibility studies to the preliminary design up to the executive design of the works. 
- build infrastructures, with particular attention to construction materials and organization of complex construction sites.

Further specific skills - Structure sector
 - design supporting structures and civil and industrial buildings, such as buildings, bridges, dams, tunnels, large roofs, foundation and support works.
- verify the safety of existing structures in relation to static, dynamic and seismic loads.


Job opportunities:
The job opportunities are:
- in professional firms and design companies of works, structures and infrastructures;
 - in construction and maintenance of civil works, structures and infrastructures;
- universities, research institutions and schools of higher education;
 - in public offices for design, planning, management and check of urban and territorial systems;
 - in companies, bodies, consortia and agencies for management and control of civil work and service systems;
 - in the service companies for the feasibility study of the urban and territorial impact of the infrastructures;
 - in companies, enterprises and service companies, public offices, institutions, consortia and management agencies for territory surveying and monitoring.


6. Enrolment

6.1 Access requirements

First cycle degree (level 6 EQF) or comparable qualification


Refer to the School regulations for detailed information:
 
  
In short, graduates having a Bachelor of Science who apply for the Master of Science Programme in Civil Engineering (MSCE) at Politecnico di Milano, must have reported an average minimum of:
  • 22/30 if graduated at Politecnico di Milano in three years;
  • 22.5/30 if graduated at Politecnico di Milano in four years;
  • 23/30  if graduated at Politecnico di Milano in five o more years;
or 96/110 if graduated at other Italian Universities.
Applicants having a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE) from Politecnico di Milano are exempted by the previous rule provide that they:
a) have acquired at least 100 credits and a weighted average mark of at least 24/30 before September 30 of the second year after enrolment;
a) have got the BSCE within 4 years from enrolment.
 
For Italian graduates see also "New Policies" of Admission: http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/scuola/normativa-di-riferimento/
  
Apart from students who got their BSCE at Politecnico di Milano, the admission of other students (including foreign students) to the MSCE programme is conditional upon the evaluation by a special board. If the evaluation board requires 60, or more than 60, additional credits to be admitted to the MSCE, students must preliminarily enrolling in the BSCE programme. If less than 60 additional credits are required, the student must attend each course and pass the relevant examination before being admitted to the MSCE programme.

6.2 Requested knowledge

The MSCE programme is the natural continuation of the BSCE programme. Accordingly, the programme is organized assuming that the MSCE students have a solid background in mathematics and physics (in particular, as far as the knowledge of Mathematical Analysis and Rational Mechanics is concerned), and have a thorough understanding of the fundamental subjects of civil engineering, i.e. hydraulics and hydraulic engineering, road infrastructures, surveying, geotechnical engineering, mechanics of solids and structures, structural design.


The educational offer at the Politecnico di Milano
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6.3 Deadlines for admission and number of places available

Number of students which can be admitted to the MSCE in A.Y. 2018/19: 200 (Italian students, EU students and non-EU students resident in Italy).


How to become a student at Politecnico di Milano
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6.4 Tutoring and students support

The relevant information is available in the web pages of Politecnico and the School of Civil Environmental and Land Management Engineering, indicated here below:

Student orientation
 
 
Student tutoring service of the School of Civil Environmental and Land Management Engineering
 
Polinternational

Guidance to the Politecnico di Milano.

Information can be found in the Politecnico di Milano and School Web pages indicated below.

Teaching Guidance Commission of the School of Civil, Environmental and Land Management Engineering

http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/servizi/orientamento_didattico.php?id_nav=673

 

Student Services> Student benefits> Tutoring

Tutorial activities are managed autonomously by the School. 'General Student Services' interacts with the office of each of School Dean for administrative aspects. Procedures for tutoring assignments are the same as those adopted for other positions of part-time work. For specific information on active services, please refer to the individual School Websites.

 

1st School of Engineering Tutoring Website.

http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/servizi/tutorato.php?id_nav=2139


Polinternational
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7. Contents of the study Program

7.1 Programme requirements

As specified in the teaching regulations, 120 credits are required to obtain the degree, some of which devoted to the final exam preparation. To this goal, stage periods of varying length are possible within external or internal institutions. During the two years course up to one year can be spent by the student in a foreign university within the framework of the Erasmus Programme.

7.2 Mode of study

This Course requires full time attendance and involves classroom and laboratory activities.

7.3 Detailed learning objectives

1 Year courses - Track: OH2 - EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
095862B,CICAR/09ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY110.010.0
092839B,CICAR/08COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS AND INELASTIC STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS110.010.0
052326CGEO/11
ICAR/20
SEISMIC MICROZONATION AND URBAN PLANNING (I.C.)110.010.0
052327B,CICAR/08ADVANCED METHODS IN RANDOM VIBRATION (a)26.06.0
051115B,CICAR/09STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY AND RISK ANALYSIS26.0
052330B,CICAR/08
ICAR/09
EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING ANALYSIS (I.C.) (b)210.010.0
094799B,CICAR/09REINFORCED AND PRESTRESSED CONCRETE STRUCTURES210.010.0
095877B,CICAR/09STEEL STRUCTURES210.0

(a) In a.y. 2018/19 in italian language
(b) Joint course with Dynamics of Structures (10 credits).

1 Year courses - Track: OB2 - GEOTECHNICS


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
054259CMAT/08NUMERICAL ANALYSIS (a)16.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
6.0
092839B,CICAR/08COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS AND INELASTIC STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS110.010.0
092843B,CICAR/08THEORY OF STRUCTURES AND STABILITY OF STRUCTURES110.010.0
096950B,CICAR/01GROUNDWATER HYDRAULICS210.0
095862B,CICAR/09ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY110.010.0
094799B,CICAR/09REINFORCED AND PRESTRESSED CONCRETE STRUCTURES210.010.0
094800B,CICAR/08MECHANICS OF MATERIALS AND INELASTIC CONSTITUTIVE LAWS26.06.0
092847B,CICAR/08FRACTURE MECHANICS26.0
092845B,CICAR/08ELEMENTS OF DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES (b)26.0
088633CGEO/05GEOLOGIA TECNICA16.06.0
051106CGEO/11PROVE NON DISTRUTTIVE26.0
097529CICAR/03SOIL REMEDIATION (c)26.0
099232CING-IND/13MACHINE DYNAMICS AND VIBRATIONS26.0

(a) d.i. = 1 CPS innovative teaching, Flipped classroom.
(b) Joint with Dynamics of Structures (10 Credits).
(c) Joint course with Soil Remediation. For MSc in Civil Engineering the course (6 Credits) is taught in the 1st Half-Semester.

1 Year courses - Track: OC2 - HYDRAULICS (taught in italian)


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
054259CMAT/08NUMERICAL ANALYSIS (a)16.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
6.0
088613B,CICAR/02IDROLOGIA16.06.0
095962B,CICAR/01FLUIDS LABS110.010.0
095891B,CICAR/01OCEAN AND COASTAL ENGINEERING110.0
092846B,CICAR/08COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS 1 (b)16.06.0
092840B,CICAR/09ADVANCED STRUCTURAL DESIGN16.0
092845B,CICAR/08ELEMENTS OF DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES (c)26.0
099232CING-IND/13MACHINE DYNAMICS AND VIBRATIONS26.06.0
097529CICAR/03SOIL REMEDIATION (d)26.0
096950B,CICAR/01GROUNDWATER HYDRAULICS210.010.0
088609B,CICAR/01IDRAULICA 2210.010.0
085721CICAR/03TRATTAMENTO DELLE ACQUE DI APPROVVIGIONAMENTO210.010.0
088717CICAR/03TRATTAMENTI DELLE ACQUE DI RIFIUTO210.0

(a) d.i. = 1 CPS innovative teaching, Flipped classroom.
(b) Joint course with Computational mechanics and Inelastic structural analysis (10 credits). 'Computational mechanics and Inelastic structural analysis' (10 CFU) and 'Computational mechanics 1' (6 CFU) are mutually exclusive.
(c) Joint course with Dynamics of structures (10 credits). Dynamics of Structures e Elements of Dynamics of Structures are mutually exclusive
(d) Joint course with Soil Remediation. For MSc in Civil Engineering the course (6 Credits) is taught in the 1st Half-Semester.

1 Year courses - Track: OD2 - STRUCTURES


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
054259CMAT/08NUMERICAL ANALYSIS (a)16.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
6.0
092839B,CICAR/08COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS AND INELASTIC STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS110.010.0
092843B,CICAR/08THEORY OF STRUCTURES AND STABILITY OF STRUCTURES110.010.0
092840B,CICAR/09ADVANCED STRUCTURAL DESIGN16.06.0
092844B,CICAR/08DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES210.010.0
094799B,CICAR/09REINFORCED AND PRESTRESSED CONCRETE STRUCTURES210.010.0
095877B,CICAR/09STEEL STRUCTURES210.0
092849B,CICAR/09COMPUTATIONAL STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS210.0
051115B,CICAR/09STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY AND RISK ANALYSIS26.06.0
094800B,CICAR/08MECHANICS OF MATERIALS AND INELASTIC CONSTITUTIVE LAWS26.0
092847B,CICAR/08FRACTURE MECHANICS26.0
051106CGEO/11PROVE NON DISTRUTTIVE26.06.0
099232CING-IND/13MACHINE DYNAMICS AND VIBRATIONS26.0
097529CICAR/03SOIL REMEDIATION (b)26.0

(a) d.i. = 1 CPS innovative teaching, Flipped classroom.
(b) Joint course with Soil Remediation. For MSc in Civil Engineering the course (6 Credits) is taught in the 1st Half-Semester.

1 Year courses - Track: OT2 - TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURES (taught in italian)


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
099235B,CICAR/04TECNICA DELLE PAVIMENTAZIONI18.08.0
088637B,CICAR/05CIRCOLAZIONE E SICUREZZA STRADALE18.08.0
088640B,CICAR/04AEROPORTI E TRASPORTO AEREO110.010.0
088633CGEO/05GEOLOGIA TECNICA16.06.0
099236--ING-INF/04MODELLISTICA E SIMULAZIONE26.06.0
088639B,CICAR/04PROGETTO DI STRADE210.010.0
088641B,CICAR/05TECNICA ED ECONOMIA DEI TRASPORTI210.010.0

2 Year courses - Track: OH2 - EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
095878B,CICAR/09EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGNA10.010.0
054039B,CICAR/07GEOTECHNICAL EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING16.06.0
054333CING-IND/35MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE OF NATURAL RISKS16.06.0
054038B,CICAR/06
ICAR/09
TESTING AND SURVEYING IN EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING (I.C.)210.010.0
051118B,CICAR/09STRUCTURAL REHABILITATION AND SEISMIC RETROFITTING26.06.0
054030BICAR/06ELEMENTS OF GEOSPATIAL DATA ANALYSIS16.012.0(a)
054031CGEO/11ELEMENTS OF GEOPHYSICAL DATA PROCESSING16.0
099234CING-IND/12NEW SENSORS AND MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING16.0
051117B,CICAR/08ASSESSMENT OF HISTORICAL BUILDINGS16.0
090861BICAR/06ELEMENTI DI SISTEMI INFORMATIVI TERRITORIALI26.0
094800B,CICAR/08MECHANICS OF MATERIALS AND INELASTIC CONSTITUTIVE LAWS26.0
092851B,CICAR/09ELEMENTS OF COMPUTATIONAL STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS26.0
096721B,CICAR/09STRUCTURAL FASTENERS26.0
096094CING-IND/35PROJECT MANAGEMENT: PRINCIPLES & TOOLS16.0
090890----INTERNAL STAGE--16.0
090890----INTERNAL STAGE--26.0
090891----EXTERNAL STAGE--16.0
090891----EXTERNAL STAGE--26.0
052521----SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION24.0
[4.0Innovative teaching]
4.0(b)
052332----FINAL DEGREE TEST (CIVIL ENG. 10 CPS)--110.010.0(c)
052332----FINAL DEGREE TEST (CIVIL ENG. 10 CPS)--210.0

(a) The student can choose only a single type of stage.
(b) d.i. = 4 CPS innovative teaching, Soft Skills.
(c) d.i. = 4 CPS innovative teaching, Soft Skills.

2 Year courses - Track: OB2 - GEOTECHNICS


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
051756B,CICAR/07GEOTECHNICAL MODELLING AND DESIGN [I.C.]110.010.0
094792B,CICAR/07FOUNDATIONS110.010.0
094827B,CICAR/07UNDERGROUND EXCAVATIONS16.06.0
095886B,CICAR/07SLOPE STABILITY210.010.0
090891----EXTERNAL STAGE--16.012.0(a)
090890----INTERNAL STAGE--16.0
090891----EXTERNAL STAGE--26.0
090890----INTERNAL STAGE--26.0
052331BICAR/06BIM FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS16.0
088632B,CICAR/01COMPLEMENTI DI IDRAULICA26.0
050693B,CICAR/02WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT16.0
092848B,CICAR/08ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS16.0
094800B,CICAR/08MECHANICS OF MATERIALS AND INELASTIC CONSTITUTIVE LAWS26.0
092847B,CICAR/08FRACTURE MECHANICS26.0
092845B,CICAR/08ELEMENTS OF DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES (b)26.0
051281BICAR/06CLOSE-RANGE AND DRONE IMAGE-BASED 3D MODELLING16.0
090861BICAR/06ELEMENTI DI SISTEMI INFORMATIVI TERRITORIALI26.0
099233B,CICAR/07GEOTECHNICS FOR ENERGY PRODUCTION26.0
054039B,CICAR/07GEOTECHNICAL EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING16.0
096094CING-IND/35PROJECT MANAGEMENT: PRINCIPLES & TOOLS (c)16.0
052521----SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION (d)24.0
[4.0Innovative teaching]
4.0
052332----FINAL DEGREE TEST (CIVIL ENG. 10 CPS)--110.010.0
052332----FINAL DEGREE TEST (CIVIL ENG. 10 CPS)--210.0

(a) The student can choose only a single type of stage.
(b) Joint course with Dynamics of structures (10 credits).
(c) Course offered by MSc Electrical Engineeering, this course has a limited number of enrollments, in the RD the selection procedures will be defined.
(d) d.i. = 4 CPS innovative teaching, Soft Skills.

2 Year courses - Track: OC2 - HYDRAULICS (taught in italian)


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
051105B,CICAR/02RIVER ENGINEERING AND BASIN RECLAMATION110.010.0
050693B,CICAR/02WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT16.06.0
090869B,CICAR/02IMPIANTI SPECIALI IDRAULICI210.010.0
090893----EXTERNAL STAGE--110.016.0(a)
090891----EXTERNAL STAGE--16.0
090890----INTERNAL STAGE--16.0
090893----EXTERNAL STAGE--210.0
090891----EXTERNAL STAGE--26.0
090890----INTERNAL STAGE--26.0
095891B,CICAR/01OCEAN AND COASTAL ENGINEERING (b)110.0
095892B,CICAR/01OCEAN ENGINEERING (c)16.0
095911B,CICAR/01NUMERICAL FLUIDS LAB (d)16.0
095962B,CICAR/01FLUIDS LABS110.0
054331B,CICAR/01MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL DESIGN OF FLUID-DYNAMIC PROCESSES (e)26.0
[6.0Innovative teaching]
099234CING-IND/12NEW SENSORS AND MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING16.0
054159B,CGEO/05
ICAR/01
EMERGENCY PLANS FOR HYDROGEOLOGICAL RISK (f)216.0
050523B,CICAR/02PROTEZIONE IDRAULICA DEL TERRITORIO [C.I.]210.0
090861BICAR/06ELEMENTI DI SISTEMI INFORMATIVI TERRITORIALI26.0
095894B,CICAR/07ELEMENTS OF SLOPE STABILITY (g)26.0
092844B,CICAR/08DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES210.0
092851B,CICAR/09ELEMENTS OF COMPUTATIONAL STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS (h)26.0
095874CICAR/20URBAN RENEWAL AND PLANNING210.0
085721CICAR/03TRATTAMENTO DELLE ACQUE DI APPROVVIGIONAMENTO210.0
088717CICAR/03TRATTAMENTI DELLE ACQUE DI RIFIUTO210.0
088886CICAR/03VALUTAZIONE DI IMPATTO AMBIENTALE DELL'INQUINAMENTO110.0
054926----COMUNICAZIONE TECNICO-SCIENTIFICA (i)14.0
[4.0Innovative teaching]
4.0
052332----FINAL DEGREE TEST (CIVIL ENG. 10 CPS)--110.010.0
052332----FINAL DEGREE TEST (CIVIL ENG. 10 CPS)--210.0

(a) The student can choose only a single type of stage.
(b) Ocean and Coastal Engineering (10.0 CFU) is mutually exclusive with Ocean engineering (6 CFU).
(c) Joint course with Ocean and Coastal Engineering; the two courses are mutually exclusive.
(d) Joint course with Fluids Labs (10 CPS); the two courses are mutually exclusive.
(e) d.i. = 6 CPS innovative teaching, course in co-supervision with company.
(f) Course at Lecco Campus.
(g) Joint course with Slope stability (10 credits)
(h) Joint course with Computational Structural Analysis. Computational Structural Analysis and Elements of Computational Structural Analysis are mutually exclusive.
(i) d.i. = 4 CPS innovative teaching, Soft Skills.

2 Year courses - Track: AES - STRUCTURES - Assessment of Existing Structures


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
094792B,CICAR/07FOUNDATIONS110.020.0
099243B,CICAR/09EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN (I.C.)A10.0
095879B,CICAR/09BRIDGE THEORY AND DESIGN110.0
094799B,CICAR/09REINFORCED AND PRESTRESSED CONCRETE STRUCTURES210.010.0
095877B,CICAR/09STEEL STRUCTURES210.0
092849B,CICAR/09COMPUTATIONAL STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS210.0
051117B,CICAR/08ASSESSMENT OF HISTORICAL BUILDINGS16.06.0
099234CING-IND/12NEW SENSORS AND MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING16.06.0(a)
092848B,CICAR/08ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS16.0
051118B,CICAR/09STRUCTURAL REHABILITATION AND SEISMIC RETROFITTING26.0
096721B,CICAR/09STRUCTURAL FASTENERS26.0
090886B,CICAR/08
ING-IND/22
COMPOSITE MATERIALS FOR STRUCTURAL APPLICATIONS (b)26.0
096094CING-IND/35PROJECT MANAGEMENT: PRINCIPLES & TOOLS (c)16.0
054332B,CICAR/09MECHANICAL TESTING FOR STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING26.0
[6.0Innovative teaching]
090890----INTERNAL STAGE--16.0
090890----INTERNAL STAGE--26.0
090891----EXTERNAL STAGE--16.0
090891----EXTERNAL STAGE--26.0
054926----COMUNICAZIONE TECNICO-SCIENTIFICA (e)14.0
[4.0Innovative teaching]
4.0(d)
052521----SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION24.0
[4.0Innovative teaching]
052332----FINAL DEGREE TEST (CIVIL ENG. 10 CPS)--110.010.0
052332----FINAL DEGREE TEST (CIVIL ENG. 10 CPS)--210.0

(a) The student can choose only a single type of stage.
(b) Joint course with course of School of Industrial and Information Engineering. Mandatory for double degree in MSc in Materials Engineering and Nanotechnology.
(c) Joint course with MSc in Electrical Engineering, this course has a limited number of enrollments, the selection procedures will be defined in the RD.
(d) d.i. = 4 CPS innovative teaching, Soft Skills.
(e) d.i. = 4 CPS innovative teaching, Soft Skills (in Italian language).

2 Year courses - Track: ASA - STRUCTURES - Advanced Structural Analysis


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
094792B,CICAR/07FOUNDATIONS110.020.0
099243B,CICAR/09EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN (I.C.)A10.0
095879B,CICAR/09BRIDGE THEORY AND DESIGN110.0
094799B,CICAR/09REINFORCED AND PRESTRESSED CONCRETE STRUCTURES210.010.0
095877B,CICAR/09STEEL STRUCTURES210.0
092849B,CICAR/09COMPUTATIONAL STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS210.0
092848B,CICAR/08ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS16.06.0
099234CING-IND/12NEW SENSORS AND MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING16.06.0(a)
092847B,CICAR/08FRACTURE MECHANICS26.0
094800B,CICAR/08MECHANICS OF MATERIALS AND INELASTIC CONSTITUTIVE LAWS26.0
095911B,CICAR/01NUMERICAL FLUIDS LAB16.0
052333B,CICAR/07GEOTECHNICAL MODELLING (b)16.0
090890----INTERNAL STAGE--16.0
090890----INTERNAL STAGE--26.0
090891----EXTERNAL STAGE--16.0
090891----EXTERNAL STAGE--26.0
054926----COMUNICAZIONE TECNICO-SCIENTIFICA (d)14.0
[4.0Innovative teaching]
4.0(c)
052521----SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION24.0
[4.0Innovative teaching]
052332----FINAL DEGREE TEST (CIVIL ENG. 10 CPS)--110.010.0
052332----FINAL DEGREE TEST (CIVIL ENG. 10 CPS)--210.0

(a) The student can choose only a single type of stage.
(b) Joint with course Geotechnical modelling and design
(c) d.i. = 4 CPS innovative teaching, Soft Skills.
(d) d.i. = 4 CPS innovative teaching, Soft Skills (in Italian language).

2 Year courses - Track: NEW - STRUCTURES - Design of New Structures


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
094792B,CICAR/07FOUNDATIONS110.020.0
099243B,CICAR/09EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN (I.C.)A10.0
095879B,CICAR/09BRIDGE THEORY AND DESIGN110.0
094799B,CICAR/09REINFORCED AND PRESTRESSED CONCRETE STRUCTURES210.010.0
095877B,CICAR/09STEEL STRUCTURES210.0
092849B,CICAR/09COMPUTATIONAL STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS210.0
051122B,CICAR/09CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF STRUCTURES26.06.0
094801B,CICAR/09PRECAST STRUCTURES16.0
092848B,CICAR/08ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS16.06.0(a)
051281BICAR/06CLOSE-RANGE AND DRONE IMAGE-BASED 3D MODELLING16.0
052331BICAR/06BIM FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS16.0
096721B,CICAR/09STRUCTURAL FASTENERS26.0
054332B,CICAR/09MECHANICAL TESTING FOR STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING (b)26.0
[6.0Innovative teaching]
096094CING-IND/35PROJECT MANAGEMENT: PRINCIPLES & TOOLS (c)16.0
088632B,CICAR/01COMPLEMENTI DI IDRAULICA26.0
051137CING-IND/13WIND ENGINEERING (d)26.0
090890----INTERNAL STAGE--16.0
090890----INTERNAL STAGE--26.0
090891----EXTERNAL STAGE--16.0
090891----EXTERNAL STAGE--26.0
054926----COMUNICAZIONE TECNICO-SCIENTIFICA (f)14.0
[4.0Innovative teaching]
4.0(e)
052521----SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION24.0
[4.0Innovative teaching]
052332----FINAL DEGREE TEST (CIVIL ENG. 10 CPS)--110.010.0
052332----FINAL DEGREE TEST (CIVIL ENG. 10 CPS)--210.0

(a) The student can choose only a single type of stage.
(b) d.i. = 6 CPS innovative teaching, course in co-supervision with company.
(c) Joint course with MSc in Electrical Engineering, this course has a limited number of enrollments, the selection procedures will be defined in the RD.
(d) Students interested in following a path oriented to Wind Engineering and Fluid Dynamics to carry out the degree thesis in this field, can present an autonomous study plan and in which, in addition to Wind Engineering, cod. 051137, the student also can choose the course CFD for Energy Engineering, cod. 097359, 8 CFU. These courses are held at the Bovisa Campus.
(e) d.i. = 4 CPS innovative teaching, Soft Skills.
(f) d.i. = 4 CPS innovative teaching, Soft Skills (in Italian language).

2 Year courses - Track: OT2 - TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURES (taught in italian)


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
095879B,CICAR/09BRIDGE THEORY AND DESIGN110.010.0
099239B,CICAR/04
ICAR/05
PROGETTO DI FERROVIE + ESERCIZIO FERROVIARIO110.010.0
090870B,CICAR/04CANTIERI DI INFRASTRUTTURE26.06.0
099240CICAR/03ELEMENTI DI VALUTAZIONE DI IMPATTO AMBIENTALE DELL'INQUINAMENTO (a)16.06.0
099232CING-IND/13MACHINE DYNAMICS AND VIBRATIONS26.0
051106CGEO/11PROVE NON DISTRUTTIVE26.0
090893----EXTERNAL STAGE--110.016.0(b)
090893----EXTERNAL STAGE--210.0
090891----EXTERNAL STAGE--16.0
090891----EXTERNAL STAGE--26.0
090890----INTERNAL STAGE--16.0
090890----INTERNAL STAGE--26.0
090871B,CICAR/05TRASPORTI MARITTIMI E INTERMODALI26.0
052331BICAR/06BIM FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS16.0
051278BICAR/06PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND DRONE SURVEYING110.0
051281BICAR/06CLOSE-RANGE AND DRONE IMAGE-BASED 3D MODELLING16.0
094827B,CICAR/07UNDERGROUND EXCAVATIONS16.0
092840B,CICAR/09ADVANCED STRUCTURAL DESIGN16.0
095892B,CICAR/01OCEAN ENGINEERING (c)16.0
088613B,CICAR/02IDROLOGIA (d)16.0
088632B,CICAR/01COMPLEMENTI DI IDRAULICA (e)26.0
095877B,CICAR/09STEEL STRUCTURES210.0
051756B,CICAR/07GEOTECHNICAL MODELLING AND DESIGN [I.C.]110.0
094799B,CICAR/09REINFORCED AND PRESTRESSED CONCRETE STRUCTURES210.0
092849B,CICAR/09COMPUTATIONAL STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS (f)210.0
092851B,CICAR/09ELEMENTS OF COMPUTATIONAL STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS (g)26.0
092845B,CICAR/08ELEMENTS OF DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES26.0
051105B,CICAR/02RIVER ENGINEERING AND BASIN RECLAMATION110.0
096094CING-IND/35PROJECT MANAGEMENT: PRINCIPLES & TOOLS (h)16.0
054926----COMUNICAZIONE TECNICO-SCIENTIFICA (i)14.0
[4.0Innovative teaching]
4.0
052332----FINAL DEGREE TEST (CIVIL ENG. 10 CPS)--110.010.0
052332----FINAL DEGREE TEST (CIVIL ENG. 10 CPS)--210.0

(a) Joint course with Environmental Impact Assessment (10 Credits).
(b) The student can choose only a single type of stage.
(c) Joint course with Ocean and coastal engineering.
(d) Joint course with Hydrology (8 Credits).
(e) Joint course with Hydraulics 2 (10 CPS).
(f) Computational Structural Analysis and Elements of Computational Structural Analysis are mutually exclusive.
(g) Joint course with Computational Structural Analysis. Elements of Computational Structural Analysis and Computational Structural Analysis are mutually exclusive.
(h) Joint course with MSc in Electrical Engineering, this course has a limited number of enrollments, the selection procedures will be defined in the RD.
(i) d.i. = 4 CPS innovative teaching, Soft Skills.

Note

SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION (Soft Skills)

Objective: helping students to organize an autonomous technical work (in particular with reference to the final thesis) and provide the essentials for an effective communication of technical and/or scientific contents.
Contents: how to find technical information: the principal available scientific database, the keywords selection; how to build and write a bibliography. How to write a scientific report: table of contents, structure, and tools (Latex). How to present the work in an effective way: structure and tools of a presentation. How to write a CV.

7.4 Foreign language

According to Ministerial Decree 270/04, Politecnico considers English to be the European Union language that students must know in addition to Italian.
Starting from the academic year 2006/2007, all students admitted to a Master of Science must possess at least the level in according to parameters indicated in the notices of the Student Services Area of Politecnico di Milano.
 
Web site:
http://www.polimi.it/en/students/student-career/english-language/
 
For the full regulations concerning ascertaining knowledge of English, refer to the resolution of the Academic Senate and corresponding documentation prepared by the Politecnico di Milano, in particular: Enrolment Guide, Student Guide, Foreign Languages Guide.
 
Student orientation: Foreign Language Guide.
http://www.polimi.it/lingue/
 
Assessment of knowledge of foreign languages: regulations of the School of Civil
Environmental and Land Management Engineering.

Language courses
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4339

7.5 Degree examination

The final exam consists in the public discussion of a dissertation on a subject typical of civil engineering. The thesis, which may be of theoretical, experimental, or numerical type, or a project, must deal with the topic chosen in an original way. It must be submitted in the form of written dissertation and must be countersigned by a supervisor who must be either a professor of the School of Civil Environmental and Land Management Engineering, or a professor of other Schools teaching any course of the MSCE at Politecnico. If the Supervisor recognises that the thesis is of particular significance, the President of the Study Programme will appoint an external
Examiner, who is required to write a report on the thesis to be sent to the secretary of the graduation board.
 
Reference link to current School regulations.
School of Civil Environmental and Land Management Engineering: Graduation examinations:

Information concerning general rules and regulations, session calendars, registration and consignment of theses is available at
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4370

8. Academic calendar

The student must consult the Academic Calendar of the ICAT School for all teaching, organizational and logistical deadlines since each School of the University may have different timing according to Programme and Campus.

 

In addition, the School Web pages contain the circular on Planning of teaching activities for the AY. This circular provides a collection of tables constituting the complete documentation of teaching activities for all Programmes: MD 270/04 1st, 2nd and 3rd year Bachelor of Science, 1st and 2nd year Master of Science, ex MD 509/99 and Old System (now discontinued) with specific reference to:

  1. Master of Science exams.
  2. course exams;
  3. Leonardo Campus lecture and exam calendar; for external Campuses the locally agreed calendar is valid.

Academic calendar
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4401

9. Faculty

The names of professors for each Course, together with their subject, will be available on the degree programme starting from the month of September.
The degree programme is annually published on the website of Politecnico di Milano.

10. Infrastructures and laboratories

Student services

Student services are involved in guidance and career management for students enrolled in Bachelor and Master of Science courses, student benefits and grants, international mobility and all those services in support of university life.

http://www.polimi.it/studenti/a-chi-rivolgersi/segreterie-studenti/

Student services. 

http://www.polimi.it/studenti/accedi-ai-servizi/

 

Student IT services.

Information Technology Services Area for Students and Professors

http://www.polimi.it/studenti/accedi-ai-servizi/infopoint/

 

Other types of Laboratory are present at the Departments providing courses for the Master of Science in Civil Engineering, for example:

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering: http://www.dica.polimi.it/


11. International context

Internationalisation - Leonardo Campus

Studying abroad.

 

International internships. 

http://www.polimi.it/studenti/fai-unesperienza-allestero/stage-internazionali/

 

For certain courses in the MSc Programme, students have the opportunity to take the exam in English.

In particular note that, alongside the course Tecnica delle costruzioni 2, Structural Design 2 is delivered in English.


Academic office and services
http://www.ingcat.polimi.it/en/academic-office-and-services/

12. Internationalization

The Politecnico di Milano and the Master of Science in Civil Engineering

The Master of Science in Civil Engineering actively participates in the general and special projects of the University such as:

  • Erasmus+ programmes
  • TIME Project
  • Unitech Programme
  • Non-EU Projects
  • Leonardo:
  • International Internships
  • Erasmus Mundus
  • Frame Agreements
  • Student Exchange Agreements
  • Master Agreements
  • Double Degree Agreements
  • The Civil Engineering Programme is associated with the European Civil Engineering Education and Training (EUCEET) project.

 

The Politecnico di Milano is one of the founding members of the TIME program, established in 1988. Today, European technical universities admitted to the TIME program number 46. The program allows students to obtain a degree in two different countries. Students have the opportunity to extend their curriculum, substituting one year at the campus of origin with two years at the host campus for a double degree.


Information on exchange programmes, double degree projects and international internships, European research and international relations projects are available at
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4690

13. Quantitative data

The Didactic Observation Unit and the Evaluation Nucleus perform periodic analysis on the overall results analysing the teaching activities and the integration of graduates into the work world. Reports and studies are available on the website of the Politecnico di MIlano.

14. Further information

Students are invited to read all the "Reference regulations" of the School of Civil Environmental and Land Management Engineering carefully; in particular, those referring to the admission to the MSCE programme, mentioned in section 6.1.
Starting from A.Y. 2012-13, several courses (marked by a flag in the tables reported in sec. 7.1) are taught in English (unless no student asks for this possibility).
For certain courses, even if taught in Italian, students are allowed to take the examination in English.

15. Errata corrige

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