The University Master's Degree in Road, Channel and Port Engineering Is an adaptation and improvement of the last courses of the previous degree of Engineering of Roads, Channels and Ports adapted to the European Space of Higher Education. The Master's Degree in Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering, and Civil Engineering, is a part of the Master's degree in Civil Engineering and Civil Engineering. He has been awarded the Master's degree in Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering and Civil Engineering. 1991 to present.
Why study the degree
The Master in Road, Channel and Port Engineering Provides (together with the Degree in Technology of Civil Engineering) a solid and rigorous mathematical physical training in which an advanced training of technical and technological type of the multiple spheres of Civil Engineering is supported.
This Master's degree provides the professional skills of the regulated profession of Civil Engineer in Spain and accredits the Level 7 (Master's) training at European level and the Master's level at the international level.
Thus this Master qualifies to accede to the regulated profession of Engineering of Roads, Channels and Ports in Spain; A profession fully in force and with more than 200 years of age directly linked to the Civil Engineering sector, which is one of the main engines of the Spanish economy and a reference both nationally and internationally of Spanish technological and business development.
Thus, both the companies related to the Civil Engineering sector and the Road, Channel and Port Engineers that make up their templates have been consecrated as national and international reference both in the field of Civil Engineering as in many others.
Structure of the Study
Extension of scientific training
Advanced Engineering Calculus
Continuous media mechanics
Ports and coasts
Hydraulic Works and Hydrology
Land use planning and urban planning
Expansion of terrain engineering
Edification. Rehabilitation of structures
Exploitation of roads
Work End of Master
Work End of Master
Electives - Common Block
Optativas - Structures and construction
Dynamic calculation of structures
Experimental analysis and monitoring of structures
Optimal design of structures
Seismic and aeroelastic calculation of structures
Assisted design and visualization
Electives - Hydraulics. Environmental and geotechnical
Port management and operation
Advanced sanitation management
Tunnels and underground works
Project of hydraulic works
Electives - Transport and land use planning
Landscape in engineering
Territory representation systems
Engineering of urban services
Infrastructure of roads and airports
Exploitation of transport systems
Professional and academic outputs
Students completing the Master's Degree in Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering and Civil Engineering are continuing with these studies, usually after completing the degree in Civil Engineering Technology; For which this grade was specifically designed.
Thus, the areas of development of this Master refer to the joint formation (degree and masters) that students receive to obtain the professional degree of Engineering of Roads, Channels and Ports.
Thus, once finished the degree and the master can develop professionally in:
Design and development of engineering projects
Planning, execution and construction in Engineering
Management and management of companies and institutions
Planning and strategy
Technical and scientific advice
Maintenance and operation of infrastructures
Free exercise of the profession of Civil Engineer, C. and P.
Public function (administration and engineering)
Mathematical modeling and advanced simulation
Research, development and innovation
In areas such as:
Civil Engineering projects
Energy (infrastructures, generation, production, distribution, ...)
The structures (bridges, viaducts, footbridges, walls, industrial buildings, sports facilities ...)
The Engineering of the Land (tunnels, underground works, foundations, ...)
Hydraulics and hydrology (rivers, rivers, canals, distribution networks, river basins, groundwater, ...)
The sanitary and environmental engineering (supply, sanitation, purification stations, ...)
The ports and coastal actions (ports, marinas, dikes and piers, regeneration of beaches, ...)
Logistics and transport (goods, people, distribution, organization of transport, ...)
Roads, railways and airports (roads and motorways, highways, airports, ...)
Urban planning and spatial planning (general planning, spatial planning, ...)
Among other fields related to engineering such as aeronautics, medicine, etc ...