Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Civil Engineering and Geodesy Profile: Geodesy
Highlights and special features
Interdisciplinary education and qualification is particularly highlighted in the study course Civil Engineering and Geodesy. The students benefit from the variety of the institutes involved and therewith of the diversity in teaching. This leaves students with the opportunity of building a broadly based foundation during the first three semesters and to begin with specialization starting with semester four.
The Technische Universität Darmstadt provides well equipped computer workstations for the students. The faculty has also a learn center for students, equipped with literature for all offered courses. Moreover, a comprehensive range of literature is available at the central academic library. Students benefit from the small-sized classes as well. They allow individual and intense supervision.
Besides professional competence, autonomus project work and presentation skills are getting more important for your future professional life. These skills are trained in tutorials and projects from the very first semester. Furthermore, the students benefit from numerous international connections the faculty offers. They extend from Finland to South Africa and from the USA to Japan.
Because of numerous experimentation laboratories, the Computer Graphics Center, the Institute for Integrated Traffic and Transportation Systems (ZIV), the nearby Fraunhofer-Institute and many other institutions, the Technische Universität Darmstadt offers optimal conditions for increasing your knowledge and your qualification and to take part in research projects even in cooperation with private enterprises.