Competence field 1: Competences in one/more scientific discipline(s)
Have a clear understanding of the basic sciences and basic engineering sciences, and have the ability to apply them in a creative and purposeful way in the chosen specific engineering discipline.
Employ the basic sciences and techniques (statistics, ICT, CAD) in a creative and purposeful way.
Be familiar with important terms, basic principles, theories, models, boundaries, methods, processes and applications of civil engineering and have the ability to apply this knowledge in a creative way.
Be familiar with standard calculation methods and apply them in standard architectural and civil engineering construction problems. Be able to critically analyse these methods.
Be able to interpret basic features and basic characteristics of (building-) materials and their use in simple civil engineering constructions.
Be able to identify and understand transport phenomena in liquids, especially the flow of water, and to apply them to standard design problems.
Be able to apply basic knowledge of soil characteristics to basic foundation problems.
Be familiar with constructional and physical aspects of buildings and basic principles of the construction of roads and bridges.
Competence field 2: Scientific competences
Research and process technical and scientific information in a purposeful way.
Employ standard models, methods and techniques in assignments.
Schematize and model phenomena, processes, and systems.
Justify decision-making processes on rational grounds.
Employ basic civil engineering knowledge in an integrated way to case studies in the field of the construction of buildings.
Use an integral approach to the design and examination of building activities of others thereby constructively handling limitations of knowledge and applied methods.
Competence field 3: Intellectual competences
Understand and structure learning experiences.
Think in a conceptual, analytical, system-oriented, problem-solving and synthesizing way at different levels of abstraction.
Show precision, perseverance and critical reflection.
Show scientific curiosity.
Justify further studies or professional opportunities on rational grounds.
Competence field 4: Competences in cooperation and communication
Master scientific and discipline-specific technical terminology (also in English).
Carry out concrete assignments systematically.
Work as part of a team.
Report results verbally, in writing, and graphically.
Competence field 5: Societal competences
Act in an ethical and social way.
Be aware of the business aspects of the engineering discipline.
Be familiar with aspects of environment and mobility in the field of civil engineering.
Competence field 6: Profession-specific competence
To be able to identify all kinds of professional situations and fields of activity of a civil engineer.