You have a lot of freedom in customising your Master’s in Civil Engineering & Management.
Within the Master’s in Civil Engineering & Management (CEM), you will build your expertise within one of the four specialisations – and a related profile. In addition, you can tailor your Master’s with elective courses that suit your interests and ambitions. This freedom in customising your programme will help you to become the civil engineer or manager you wish to be.
How to compose your Master’s
What your curriculum looks like, depends on the choices you make in composing your Master’s. There are three steps in doing so.
During your Master’s in Civil Engineering & Management (CEM), you will collect a total of 120 EC within two years.
Below, you can find the general structure of this Master’s. Which exact courses you will follow at what moment, depends on the choices you make as well as the starting date of your Master’s.
Within all specialisations, each profile has its own set of courses. Choose a specialisation first to find out which ones.
Each specialisation has considerable elective space. Next to the core profile courses, you can choose from a wide range of elective courses that are related to your profile. These can be CEM-courses, but also courses from other Master’s at UT.
You can fill up the rest of your elective space with any course that matches your interests and ambitions. There is a wide range of courses you can choose from, offered at UT or at another partner university in the Netherlands or abroad.
You will finish your Master’s in CEM with your master’s thesis (30 EC). In order to prepare for your thesis, you will follow the course Preparation master’s thesis (5 EC).