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Established in 2003 with the aim of providing training in the analysis, design and assessment of structures under general conditions. The course is designed to cover a broad and comprehensive set of topics related to steel and concrete structural engineering, using advanced analytical and numerical techniques. Ideally suited to practising engineers with relevant experience, recent graduates with an appropriate first degree will also greatly benefit from attending.
- Produce graduates equipped to pursue careers in structural design and analysis in industry, the public sector and non-governmental organisations;
- Provide the basis for the recognition and understanding of the major features of structural engineering;
- Develop an understanding of how this knowledge may be applied in practice in an economic and environmentally sustainable manner;
- Foster the acquisition and implementation of broad research and analytical skills related to structural engineering;
- Attract highly motivated students irrespective of race, gender, background and physical disability, from the UK and overseas;
- Develop new areas of teaching in response to the advance of scholarship and the needs of the community including vocational training;
- Provide an introduction to the subject for students from other relevant disciplines
Studying period - one and a half days per week over two years
Students will undertake 6 modules in the autumn term (October to December), examined in January; and a further 6 modules in the spring term (January-March), examined after the Easter break. This second examination period is followed by a 2-week conceptual group design exercise and a major individual piece of work, either research or design based.The course culminates in a final project which can be design or research orientated.
- CI9-STR-02 Reinforced Concrete I (Core)
- CI9-STR-03 Prestressed Concrete
- CI9-STR-06 Finite Element Analysis
- CI9-STR-08 Structural Dynamics
- CI9-STR-19 Steel Components (Core)
- CI9-STR-24 Structural Stability
- CI9-STR-34 Structural Analysis (Core)
- CI9-STR-40 Design of Timber & Masonry Structures
- CI9-STR-01 Concrete Materials
- CI9-STR-09 Reinforced Concrete II (Core)
- CI9-STR-11 Nonlinear Structural Analysis
- CI9-STR-25 Design of Steel Buildings (Core)
- CI9-STR-26 Plat ed Structures
- CI9-STR-35 Design of Bridges
- CI9-STR-36 Structural Reliability Theory
- CI9-STR-39 Theory of Shells
- CI9-STR-18 Design Project - Dissertation
Minimum Entry requirements
- A good Upper Second, or First Class Degree (or Overseas Equivalent), in engineering or another numerate discipline.
- Good mathematical skills.
- Relevant Postgraduate industrial experience is favoured.
- Meet the College English language requirements for postgraduate applicants.
Departmental MSc Scholarships
All candidates who have indicated their wish to be considered for available funding at the application stage.
Awards will be based on academic excellence and relevant experience.
Number of awards: up to 17
Application Deadline: 31 March 2014
Value - full or partial tuition fee waiver
Awards will be based on academic excellence and relevant experience. The recipients will undertake their research dissertation in the area of Offshore Engineering.
Number of awards: 2
Deadline to apply: 15 July 2014
Contribution of £12,500 towards the course tuition fees and subsistence
Please note that part-time study is not available to applicants requiring Tier 4 Visas.