By studying Civil and Environmental Engineering at Abertay, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills you need to become a Chartered Civil Engineer. You’ll also help contribute to the health and wellbeing of individuals, communities, and societies by understanding interactions between buildings, infrastructure, and the environment.
This Civil and Environmental Engineering degree at Abertay University will give you a firm grounding across a wide range of civil and environmental engineering applications, with plenty of practical and hands-on experience gained through industry partners, including Transport Scotland, Balfour Beatty, Sweco, BAM, and BEAR Scotland.
As you progress, you’ll get a chance to work directly in the industry – an integrated part of your degree – and to take a deeper focus on specific areas that impact the built, human and natural environment.
Civil and environmental engineering offers the opportunity for a versatile career - and this degree will provide you with all the tools you need.
The programme will provide you with relevant and valuable work experience in a civil engineering / construction organisation, that furnishes you with the opportunity to practice skills, test careers and ensure your employability.
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