The comprehensive education for all-round civil engineers combines engineering, construction, legal and soft skills. In this degree program you will expand your already acquired skills and will also have the opportunity to select an individual specialization. Thus, the master's degree program will prepare you for the high-demand areas of the construction sector: national and international large-scale projects and resource-efficient and sustainable construction and renovation. Our intensive exchange with companies such as FCP, ÖBB, PORR and STRABAG SE continuously increases the quality of training and at the same time makes you a sought-after employee.
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Application period for the academic year 2022/23
18th October 2021 to 15th May 2022
tuition fee / semester:
+ ÖH premium + contribution2 + One time: package of norms ca. € 320-350,-3
1 Tuition fees for students from third countries € 727,- per semester
2 for additional study expenses (currently up to € 83,- depending on degree program and year)
3 One time package of norms ca. € 320-350,- for students who have not completed their bachelor's degree at FH Campus Wien.
You are fascinated by everything that has to do with construction. You are particularly interested in scientific contexts, mathematical questions, enjoy technical drawing and have a good basic understanding of business. Personally, you are structured, work well under pressure and enjoy working with others. You have an analytical mind and act in a practical and solution-oriented manner.
FH Campus Wien has more than fifteen years of experience running civil engineering degree programs and today has extensive expertise and a large network at its disposal that will provide you with a wide range of opportunities during your studies and in the course of your professional career. This network includes leading contractors such as STRABAG SE, which cooperate with FH Campus Wien not only in the context of training for their employees. In addition to excellent contacts in the construction industry, during your studies you will have the opportunity to work in R&D projects and thus shape the dialogue between practice and science at FH Campus Wien. For example, on behalf of ASFINAG we are currently examining the advantages and disadvantages of different organizational structures in intermodal transport networks. This project is being conducted as part of the PIARC, the World Road Association. Practical orientation is a top priority in the teaching. In addition, we regularly invite you to further your education in the seminar series "Selected Chapters from Construction Practice". Practical relevance is also guaranteed at our Campus Lectures, public lecture evenings with prominent experts, that FH Campus Wien regularly invites you to join.
The combination of structural engineering, economics and soft skills makes this generalist degree program a practical education for all-round civil engineers. As a graduate, you are up to the demanding tasks of construction site project management and can immediately take on a role in any construction company. In addition to the content and excellent career prospects, the FH Campus Wien degree program provides numerous other advantages: You will learn in small groups and benefit from the excellent FH Campus Wien network with top companies such as STRABAG SE, PORR, ÖBB and FCB. The excellent reputation the degree program enjoys in the construction industry is a useful building block for your career already.
The master's degree program offers you the opportunity to acquire comprehensive experience as an all-round civil engineer. You will expand your engineering, construction and legal foundations. Furthermore, you will also have the chance to select an individual specialization.
In the second and third semesters you will be able to decide on a total of two of the four specializations in "Construction", "Repair and Revitalization", "Infrastructure Construction" and "Sustainability in Civil Engineering". Your personality plays an important role at work, so you will also further develop your soft skills.
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Kurt Ströhle
Soil properties, geotechnical preliminary investigation, cuts, dams, earthworks, measurement technology, groundwater
Final exam Due to the Covid 19 situation and the holding of LV according to the traffic light regulation of the BMBWF, the examination modalities can also be adapted at short notice during the current semester.
Lector: Mag. Wolfgang Hussian, FH-Prof. DI Dr. Doris Link
- Theoretical foundations of building contract law: Which rights and obligations are incumbent on the client or the contractor according to ÖNORM B 2110? - ÖNORM B 2110: Structure and content; procedural provisions, contractual provisions - Practical example
Final exam written examination, distance learning Due to the Covid 19 situation and the holding of LV according to the traffic light regulation of the BMBWF, the examination modalities can also be adapted at short notice during the current semester.
Lecture, discussion, distance learning (readings)
Lector: DI Dr. Eva M. Eichinger-Vill
Legal and technical fundamentals regarding the assessment, evaluation and rating of existing structures Evaluation of the actual condition of existing structures including material testing Causes and identification of structural damage Numerical assessment of existing structures as a basis for structural maintenance and strengthening
Final exam Written exam at the end of the course Grading of the presentation of the practical project
Lectures, Practical project
Lector: Bmstr. Dipl.-Ing. Walter Haberfellner
- Corresponding BIM software (internal and external families; floor plans, sections and views; details, plan sections and 3D views; plan output; data exchange (import and export); phases and display options - Model-oriented quantity determination as the basis for determining the construction price - Combination of digital building models with service specifications - Construction process planning and simulation
several (expert) lectures
Lector: Bmstr. Ing. DI(FH) Robert Weber
TEACHING CONTENTS - Part I - Work preparation - Part II - Scheduling - Part III - Workforce scheduling - Part IV - Equipment deployment planning - Part V - ÖBGL and equipment costing - Part VI - Working Groups
Final exam VO : S + final exame, FL perm M,S In the case of absence or negative judgement the check occurs in dependence of the number of the students in written or verbal form.
- Slide lecture - Project work / distance learning including presentation if time available - Discussions
Lector: DI Dr. Peter Holzer, DI Matthias Kendlbacher, DI Dr. Christian Pöhn
- Selected aspects of thermal and hygric protection - Protection against summer overheating of rooms - Noise protection - Fire protection - building physical verification calculations
Final exam written exam with qulitative questions, multiple choice and calculation examples. no use of supporting documents allowed.
Lecture with numerous exercises
Lector: DI. Dr.techn. Anton Pech, DDI Wolfgang Wallisch
Structures and systems of building construction, industrial construction and industrialised building construction
Final exam final written test Duration: 90 minutes NO documents may be used! Allowed: pens, eraser, ruler, calculator Grading: 50% bad luck, 50% Walloon. Positive is who reaches in sum min. 60%! In case of a negative evaluation both parts (Pech/Wallisch) have to be repeated! Due to the Covid 19 situation and the holding of LV according to the traffic light regulation of the BMBWF the examination modalities can also be adjusted at short notice during the current semester.
Lecture, blackboard sketches, Power-Point presentations
Lector: DDI Paul Brünner
Conception and design of engineering structures in infrastructure construction such as bridges, underpasses, white and brown vats, underfloor routes, tunnels in open construction, supporting structures, slope stabilization measures. Presentation of construction methods for maintaining traffic at infrastructure construction sites. Practical examples and calculation approaches
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Heinrich Bruckner
Innovation approaches to building materials in the sense of "green buildings" can be based on increasing resource efficiency and recyclability, minimizing environmental impact, implementing social aspects or improving functional performance. Possible solutions may be in the form of innovative materials and raw materials (e.g., biogenic plastics), technologies (e.g. nanotechnology), construction methods (e.g. flying plants), or processes (e.g. site waste reclamation logistics). Innovative building materials must also meet technical requirements. In the course innovative building materials and construction methods are introduced or introduced by the students and analyzed according to the different aspects.
Final exam The mark is made up of a written examination and the marking of the papers (both assessments are required for a positive conclusion). Due to the Covid 19 situation and the holding of LV according to the traffic light regulation of the BMBWF, the examination modalities can also be adapted at short notice during the current semester.
Presentation and speeches
Lector: Univ.Lekt. DI Martin Car
Legal (EU, national) and technical bases (EU, national) for the use of C&D-waste to high-quality recycled building materials. The utilization potential is shown and the detailed requirements for the mineral area (including reuse and Recycling of excavated soil) are explained. The implementation of a reconstruction project to obtain unmixed material flows is being developed.
Final exam Written examination taking into account also the distance learning part. Re-exams will also be hold (additionally) orally. The distance learning part is documentated in the written documentation an oral told on 10th 9.
Lecture, discussion, perhaps excursion, distance learning part.
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Rainer Altmann, MSc
Definitions - Developers - Speculative real estate development - Location & market analysis - Life cycle costs & financing - Property measurement standards & feasability - Construction management and controlling
Final exam The assessment consists of the active participation of the students and the completion of a written examination within the framework of the last lecture unit. Participation: - The students have the opportunity to participate actively in the course of the lecture. (Within the course by completing group work tasks and presenting them) - Between the lectures, students have the opportunity to reflect what they have learned by working out and answering questions. A positive, active participation may improve the grade of the written examination by one degree. Exam: Within the framework of the written examination, open and closed questions must be answered and a calculation carried out. The length of the test is set at 90 min. The positive test is required for a positive completion of the lecture.
Lecture and practical examples, self-study and elaboration of questions. To support them, the participants will receive the slides with comments.
Lector: Ing. DI(FH) DI Manfred Fuhrmann
Planning and construction of technical building equipment: Dimensioning and construction basics of technical building equipment systems with regard to decarbonisation, sustainability, energy efficiency and resilience in the main areas of heating technology, ventilation technology, refrigeration and heat pump technology Operation of technical building services: Fundamentals of strategic, tactical and operational technical facility management in compliance with guidelines
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Hans Humpel, DDI Wolfgang Wallisch
Exercises on structures and systems of structural engineering, industrial construction and industrialised building construction
Final exam Evaluation of tasks submitted via Moodle. Grading: 50% Walloon, 50% hobble. Positive is who reaches a total of at least 60%! In case of a negative evaluation the tasks have to be repeated. The modules are supplemented by new Tasks output. Due to the Covid 19 situation and the holding of LV according to the traffic light regulation of the BMBWF, the Examination modalities can also be adjusted at short notice during the current semester.
Lecture, Power Point presentation, exercises using hand calculation and on the laptop with RFEM, as well as calculation tasks using Moodle
Lector: Dr. Roland Buchner
- Overview of the ordinances to the Waste Management Act with focus on the Landfill Ordinance - Explore other material laws (Mineral Raw Materials Act, Chemicals Act, State Waste Management Acts) - EIA - Clarification of liability issues, acting persons (agents, experts, representatives of authorities), procedures (permit, criminal proceedings, jurisdiction) on the basis of a case study
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr.Techn. Alfred Weninger-Vycudil
- Artificial intelligence as assistance on site: Functionality of AI, application areas of AI on site and presentation of an already implemented AI software solution on site - Processes in the construction industry: Definitions and listing of the most important processes in the construction industry - Process optimization: Procedure and display types for process optimization - Scrum - Agile project management tool: Management methodology for the development of software solutions - Digitization of construction processes: Practical examples of digitisation in construction
Final exam Group work and written final examination
Lector: DI BM Helmut Schöberl
Focus: passive house components and plus-energy - What is a passive house? - Thermal bridges. - Air tightness. - Single-family passive houses. - Practical example: multi-storey passive houses. - Practical example: plus-energy houses. - Renovation with passive house components - Trends - Building certification systems
Final exam Written exam. The written exam includes the following material: Uploaded documents excluding final reports. Only documents that are "Vortrag x Schoeberl ..." named Information from the lecture. Apply acquired knowledge to new tasks.
Lecture, detailed work. Interactive lessons. Practical examples. Various patterns of components for illustration.
Lector: FH-Prof. DI Dr.techn. Markus Vill, DDI Wolfgang Wallisch
Hall systems; Prefabricated parts; Connections in prefabricated construction; Inserts in concrete structures; Foundations in hall construction; Construction work and construction supervision; Use of glass as a building material in building construction; Prestressed systems
Final exam Final exam (written) The whole examination (Vill, Wallisch) must be positive (at least 60% of the maximum score) Time: 90 min
Lecture with calculation and practical examples
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Aichholzer, DI, Dr. Julia Bachinger, Ing. Bernd Höfferl, MSc., Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Ing. Gunther Koppelhuber, M.Arch.(AA), Ing. Anton Oster, MSc., Dipl.-Ing. Reinhard Schneider, DI Dr. techn. Thomas Sommerauer, DI Paul Track
Introductory talk, meeting Specification - 1st correction: research phase, architectural concept - 2nd correction: preliminary draft - 3. u. 4. correction: construction and construction management processing Interim presentation - 5. correction Draft final presentation
Final exam Horizontal evaluation Final presentation Submitted works
- Designing the planning process through real estate-related life cycle management - Structures as dynamic products designed to be integrated, energy-efficient and flexible - Presentation of various aspects, methods, principles and rules of life-cycle management and the resulting problems of life cycle-oriented building optimization.
Lector: DI. Dr.techn. Anton Pech
Building materials and products of masonry, basics of load bearing behaviour, masonry design according to Eurocode 6, execution, processing and details of masonry structures.
Final exam Written examination Grading scale according to examination regulations
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Martin Teibinger
heat and moisture protection in timber constructions constructions without further testings wooden flatroof construction structural damages sound insulation in timber constructions detailing fire safety in timber buildings detailing
lessons and home work
Lector: Dipl.-Ing.(FH) Matthias Csendes
- Large-area facade systems - Simplified preliminary dimensioning (static, thermal and fire protection) - Construction systems of complex facades - The glass production process; glass finishing in facade construction - Basics of the assembly concept
Final exam Written final thesis
- Lecture - Exemplary facade systems discussed in the lecture
Lector: DI(FH) Michael Schneller, BEd
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Gerulf Weber, MSc
Lector: Ing. Roman Fritz, MBA MSc
Multi-storey timber construction, i.e. beginning with 3 floors, inclusive timber-concrete and timber-steel, based on the whole value chain; project development - engineering - production - installation - maintenance.
Final exam 30 % project work distance learning 10 % project work field trip 60 % exame _____ 100 % IMPORTANT! For a positive overall grade positive gradings for project work distance learning and the exame are mandatory. The weighting is done in proportion to the shares of the assessment methods. If the works are not submitted correspondes this with a negative assessment.
- Frontal lecture - workshop - discussion - distance learning module - field trip
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Aichholzer
Lector: EUR ING Nicholas Nearchou, MEng CEng MIStructE
Lecture Language - English This course provides an overview of various lightweight structural typologies, with an emphasis on timber and steel structures in the form of long span roofs and multi-storey buildings. The course looks at the processes involved in successfully arriving at viable structural design options based on a given client brief and structural inputs. The course focuses on the conceptualization and initial sizing techniques for different lightweight structures. The course touches on some of the detailed design aspects associated with lightweight structures and typical detailing strategies. Case studies of various lightweight structures are presented.
Final exam Written Examination – 60% (in English) Coursework/Individual Project – 40% (in English) (Conceptual practical structural design project) At least 60% of the maximum number of points must be achieved in both the written examination and in the individual project for a positive grade.
Lectures, coursework / group work, optional tutorial sheets. Interactive lessons. Practical examples and case studies.
Lector: DI Dr. techn. Thomas Sommerauer
Excursion Deepening sustainable building construction: The excursion will be conducted in 3 parts, which are composed as follows: - 1 part: Visit Austria Campus: Focus on facade construction - 2 Part: Tour of Rubner GmbH production facilities: focus on timber construction - 3 Part: Viewing of Kranhaus North: Focus on TGA The students will be provided with information material on the three parts of the excursion, which must be read by the students before the respective excursion. At the end of each excursion there is a "flash quiz" on the preparatory material and on the contents of the excursion lectures, which are used as a basis for assessment of the course.
Final exam HB: Results of the three "flash quizes" at the end of the excursions.
Lector: DI Dietmar Zierl
- System railway - Railway systems - System railway - Interfaces and interconnections - line layout and design - basics
Final exam written exam
presentations, additional explanations and informations referring to current projects and backgrounds
Lector: DI Herbert Kothmayer, FH-Prof. DI Dr.techn. Markus Vill
- Design and pre-dimensioning of beam bridges made of reinforced and prestressed concrete (slab, slab beam, box girder, trough cross-section) including frame bridges - Bridge equipment (bearings, edge beams, expansion joints, drainage) - Design and preliminary dimensioning of substructures (abutment, support bench, wings, foundation) - Checks for ultimate and serviceability limit states
Final exam written examination, 120 min, division of the examination subjects to approx. 50% Kothmayer, approx. 50% Vill; for a positive conclusion 60% of the total points of the whole examination are necessary. In case of non-achievement the whole examination has to be repeated.
Lector: DI Dr. Georg Atzl, Dipl.-Ing. Michael Proprenter
- Planning of traffic tunnel constructions (roads, railway and underground tunnels) - Risk analysis in geotechnics - Basics of tunnel statics - ÖNORMEN in tunnel construction (ÖNORM B 2203-1 and B 2203-2) - Structural fire protection - Tunnel rehabilitation
This course focuses on the basics of road construction and techniques. It shall provide an overview for the students in the context of road design and planning based on the Austrian standards and guidelines. In addition, a comprehensive overview about road construction and road construction materials will be given. The final part of this course has a main focus on road maintenance.
Final exam Examination in written form and exercise in the context of distance education.
The subject matter of this course will be put over the students through the use of PPT-presentation and a script.
Größere Exkursion mit Hauptübungsanteil der jeweils Themen führenden LV aus dem jeweiligen Wahlmodul./Vertiefungsfach
Final exam Flash quiz after each of the three excursion blocks
- Self-study of provided project information as preparation for the excursion - Excursions with guided tours of the construction site, lectures and question forums - Quick quiz
- Terminology of transport planning - Transport supply and demand - Survey methods, traffic engineering - Planning tools for transport modes: pedestrian traffic, public transport, bicycle traffic, car traffic, stationary traffic - Road safety - Transport and environment
Final exam Written examination with multiple choice and open questions, grading of the field exercise; overall mark is positive if both contents have been completed successfully
Lecture and field exercise
Lector: DI Georg Fröschl
The students have a deepened basic knowledge in the fields of hydraulics and hydrology. They understand the importance of hydraulics and hydrology for hydraulic engineering and have a good starting point for practical hydraulic calculations as well as for design and dimensioning of general hydraulic engineering.
Final exam final written test Duration: 90 minutes NO documents may be used! Permitted: pens, eraser, ruler
Lectures and exercises
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Tristan Tallafuss
Planning, preparation of a demolition measure taking into account the current state of the art and the relevant standards. The general conditions (including personal and environmental protection), the types of demolition with the selection of suitable equipment and the implementation of a demolition project with the extraction of pure material flows are explained. Furthermore, the handling of the waste streams that occur most frequently in the construction industry in terms of quantity (including excavated material and construction waste) is examined and possible treatment methods (recycling or proper landfilling) are shown. Exploration and suspect areas (contaminated sites) are also dealt with. In the field of wastewater, the basics of road drainage and municipal wastewater collection as well as the determination of wastewater quality and its treatment in wastewater treatment plants are presented.
Final exam Written examination Due to the Covid 19 situation and the holding of LV according to the traffic light regulation of the BMBWF, the examination modalities can also be adapted at short notice during the current semester.
Lecture script accompanied by PowerPoint discussion exercises and group work distance learning
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Aichholzer, Dipl.-Ing. Matthias Doubek, BSc, Ing. Bernd Höfferl, MSc., DI Dr. Karl Heinz Hollinsky, Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Ing. Gunther Koppelhuber, M.Arch.(AA), DI Dr. Jörg Koppelhuber, Ing. Anton Oster, MSc., Dipl.-Ing. Reinhard Schneider, Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Martin Teibinger, DI Paul Track
Students solve a design task in its following aspects and in interdisciplinary team (students of architecture and students of civil engineering ): architectural design, planning for permit approval, construction-related tasks (eg preparation of tender documents, spreadsheets, etc. ), structural design, execution drawings ,calculation , construction sequencing and project management, building physics. The studio aims to develop the design, including the principles of integral design in interdisciplinary teams. It is prepared using scale plans, models, perspective sketches, renderings and descriptions.
Final exam Final presentation of the project work, professional discussion with the lecturers Due to the Covid 19 situation and the holding of LVs in accordance with the BMBWF's traffic light regulations, thev examination modalities can also be adapted at short notice during the current semester.
Lector: FH-Prof. Mag. Dr. Manfred Steiner
Conflict management: What is a conflict? What kind of strategies are there for solving conflicts? Meditation talks: What does mediation mean? Presentation of mediation talk technique. Teambuilding: How does the team building process work? Which factors determine the choice of team members? Concepts for successful negotiating; strategies and different types of negotiators
Final exam exercises in course and final exam Due to the Covid 19 situation and the holding of LV according to the traffic light regulation of the BMBWF, the examination modalities can also be adapted at short notice during the current semester.
1,6 LP UE + 0,4 LP distance learning
Lector: Margit Piber, MSc
areas of responsibility environmental analysis, Soil, water, air from an environmental chemical point of view, environmental pollutants in the underground and their behaviour, mass transport, relevant regulations from the perspective of environmental analysis, risk assessment of contaminated sites, suspected and contaminated sites, implementation of investigations in accordance with the Landfill Ordinance and the Federal Waste Management Plan, methods of sampling, sample preparation and chemical analysis, investigations in accordance with the Recycling Building Materials Ordinance, investigation of pollutants and pollutants in existing buildings
Final exam Written examination after completion of the course Due to the Covid 19 situation and the holding of LV according to the traffic light regulation of the BMBWF, the examination modalities can also be adapted at short notice during the current semester.
Power Point presentation and elaboration of questions
Lector: Bmst. DI Dr. nat. tech Harald Schön
A general overview of construction methods is given in the basic lectures of the bachelor course of studies. This lecture recesses the contents of the basic lectures. The students have also to apply their basic knowledge of construction methods on concrete examples. - Site equipment for Earthworks incl. size calculation for execution - Special Ground engineering methods incl. Conditions - Line construction methods - Guest lecture - DI Andreas Körbler / Keller Grundbau - Home work self-study - Teamwork ground & pipeline engineering
Final exam Written examination (Rating 80%) Homework self-study (Rating 20%) Both grading parts must be completed positively.
Lecture with concrete examples, teamwork and homework.
Lector: Bmstr. Dipl.-Ing. Walter Haberfellner, DI (FH) Gerald Herndlhofer, PMP
Part Herndlhofer: - Project Controlling - Project Organization - Controlling in general - Accounting - Schedule management - Cost Planning - Award Management Part Fabich/Haberfellner: - Basics of operative construction project controlling - Deadline controlling and process planning - Cost controlling and work calculation - Controlling in the context of major international construction projects
Final exam Part Herndlhofer: Written examination incl. distance learning Part Fabich/Haberfellner: Written examination with calculation examples, distance learning
Lecture and Excercises
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Wolfgang Wiesner
Claims and Variations: - Introduction - Areas of Risk and Responsibility - Request to Notice - Adjustment of Contractual Milestones and Prices - Requirements to adjust Milestones and Prices - Calculation of New Prices - Lost of Entitlements - Adjustments of Measurement - Case Studies
Final exam Assesment of home and group work, written exams Due to the Covid 19 situation and the holding of LV according to the traffic light regulation of the BMBWF, the examination modalities can also be adapted at short notice during the current semester.
Lecture, discussion of case studies, discussion of prior experiences of the students, homework, group projects
Lector: Dipl.-Ing.in Theresia Reiter
- Design of efficient project teams as well as with the requirements of adequate forms of cooperation, communication and coordination for a trouble-free project execution - integrative planning methods and the associated conditions for concerted cooperation between all planners, civil engineers and managers involved in the construction project - Planning of the interfaces of the different project participants - Design of an efficient decision and change management
Lector: Bmstr. Ing. Martin Stopfer
The course deals with in-depth and supplementary questions regarding the economic viability of construction projects: - Potential for economic optimization in construction projects - Lean Construction Management - Contract models - Integrated project management - Prefabrication
Final exam 85% Final test (written examen) 15% Distance learning Further information in the first course on 7th of September 2021. Both grading parts must be completed positively.
Lecture Practical exercises - Last Planner System
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Erwin Fahrnberger, Ing. Mag.iur. Stephan Nemeth
- Insight into the complex processes involved in handling construction projects - Understanding of the relationships and interactions between the project participants is conveyed - By means of different management methods, instruments for coping with complexity are presented - In addition, the main risks and disruptive factors are discussed and ways of solving problems are discussed, taking practical examples into account
Final exam Written examination after completion of the course / attendance and active participation / distance learning Due to the Covid 19 situation and the holding of LV according to the traffic light regulation of the BMBWF, the examination modalities can also be adapted at short notice during the current semester.
Lecture / discussion / cases / site visit
Lector: Florian Klemm, BA, MSc
In the course of the event, the main principles of the lending business with a focus on the area of real estate financing are to be conveyed. In addition to basic business management knowledge (structure of the balance sheet as well as the profit and loss account, differences between investment/financing, equity and debt capital, etc.) the typical classic forms of financing (bank financing, leasing, factoring, etc.) as well as new developments (e.g. crowdfunding, etc.) will be presented. In addition, interest rate structuring variants including interest rate hedging options (cap, SWAP, etc.), repayment variants and different collateralisation variants are presented. Practical examples will be used to put into practice the basic theoretical knowledge acquired. In addition, there will be various digressions on the topics of rating (internal rating systems of credit institutions, rating agencies, credit agencies), the new regulatory requirements for banks (Basel III, etc.) as well as new legal challenges (e.g. Mortgage and Real Estate Credit Contract Act, Consumer Protection Act, etc.). Preparation of financing plans (e.g. calculation of a loan repayment plan) Company valuation - how does this come about? Overview of different real estate investments and assessments (e.g. builder-owner models and retirement home)
Final exam Examination at the end of the lecture, either in writing or via multiple choice on the PC, ongoing cooperation Due to the Covid 19 situation and the holding of LV according to the traffic light regulation of the BMBWF, the examination modalities can also be adapted at short notice during the current semester.
In addition to the lecture, examples are worked on in homework and discussed in the group.
Lector: Mag.iur. Henriette Huber, Petra Schatzdorfer, BA MBA
Entrepreneurial power of attorney, corporate register, corporate transfer, business transactions Company law Overview Company founding (Process) Overview and delimitation Administrative criminal law - Criminal law
Final exam written exam Due to the Covid 19 situation and the holding of LV according to the traffic light regulation of the BMBWF, the examination modalities can also be adapted at short notice during the current semester.
Lecture and practice
Lector: DI Dr. Karl Heinz Hollinsky
- Historical Review "Gründerzeit" - Static elements of "Gründerzeit"-buildings - Foundation in stock, fondation improves efficiency - Barrier in stock, barrier improves effciency - Ceiling & roof systems - Conversion of the roof, new developments, restorations and roof extensions - Earthquake calculation & action research
Final exam Final Written Exam, project work, permanent assessment Due to the Covid 19 situation and the holding of LV according to the traffic light regulation of the BMBWF, the examination modalities can also be adapted at short notice during the current semester.
Lecture & Excursion, perhaps project work
Lector: Dipl.-Ing.(FH) Reinhard Pamminger, DI. Dr.techn. Anton Pech, FH-Prof. DI Dr.techn. Markus Vill
- Surface preparation - Concrete replacement - Crack filling - Cavity filling - Surface protection - Remove drill cores St 927/15 - Perform tear strength test - Record flatness - Determine roughness depth - Preparation of measurement and execution documents for compensation gradients Masonry drying section: Fundamentals of moisture in masonry, analyses and restoration concepts, procedures against capillary moisture rise and accompanying measures
Masonry drying section: Lecture
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Harald Gnilsen
- Justification of the development of the concept of protection from monument to cultural heritage - Communicating the typology of cultural heritage - Theory of monument conservation, its historical development and its most important international documents - Glossary of the most important terms and how to recognise them using before-after examples - Recognition of the most important materials and historical techniques
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Harald Gnilsen, Dipl.-Ing. Marcus Grundnigg, Arch.Dipl.Ing. Wolfgang Schaffer, Dipl.-Ing. Gabriele Schnabl, Mag. Renate Maria Standhartinger, Dipl-Ing. Josef Ullmann, D I, Dipl.-Ing. Markus Michael Zechner
Concrete examples will be worked out: - Dealing with the existing building stock in a way that is appropriate in terms of building culture - Dealing with the historical building fabric and its contemporary extension - Application of contents of monument preservation, soil mechanics and historical building construction and equipment - Methods for the evaluation of the actual state, economic measures for energy-efficient renovation (building shell, plant technology)
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Harald Gnilsen, Dipl.-Ing. Marcus Grundnigg, Arch.Dipl.Ing. Wolfgang Schaffer, Dipl-Ing. Josef Ullmann, D I
Three excursions to projects with the main topics: - facade construction - Timber construction - Technical building equipment
Final exam Quick quiz after each of the three excursion blocks
- Support and interim presentations - Final presentations of the diploma thesis by students
Final exam Project work
Writing the Master thesis
Number of teaching weeks 18 per semester
TimesMon-Thu 5:30-9:30 p.m.; classes also held on some Fridays
As a well-trained civil engineer, you will help to plan or implement construction projects. For example, you can work as a site manager. Overall, you have a wide range of professional opportunities open to you on the client or contractor side: in construction companies, which include the entire construction industry, master builders, steel, light metal and wood construction companies, construction related trades, renovation and revitalization companies and the building materials industry, as well as in construction departments of local authorities, banks or insurance companies. You can also expect good career prospects in civil engineering and planning offices.
To apply you will require the following documents to send the following copied documents by mail:
Please send the above documents in paper form by mail to the following address (End of postal acceptance for the application: 18th May 2022):
FH Campus Wien z.H. Masterstudiengang Bauingenieurwesen-Baumanagement P.1.05 Favoritenstraße 226 1100 Wien
It is not possible to save incomplete online applications. You must complete your application in one session. Your application will be valid as soon as you upload all of the required documents and certificates. In the event that some documents (e.g. references) are not available at the time you apply, you may submit these later via email, mail or in person by no later than the start of the degree program.
The admission procedure consists of a written test and an interview with the admission committee.
You will receive the invitation to the admission procedure after a positive review of all relevant documents. You will receive the exact date and schedule for the admission interviews approximately one week before the assigned interview date. Due to the increased time required for the admission interviews, additional admission appointments may be scheduled - this depends on the number of applicants.
The admission interviews take place at the FH Campus Wien.
Head of Building and Design Department, Head of Master´s Degree Program Civil Engineering and Construction Management T: +43 1 606 68 email@example.com
Office hours during the semester By arrangement
We closely cooperate with renowned companies in commerce and industry, universities, institutions and schools. This ensures that you have points of contact for professional internships, job opportunities or your participation in research and development activities. Major players in the construction industry such as the PORR Group, STRABAG SE or ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG will support you in various funding programs, provide insights into professional practice, offer the chance of rare part-time jobs or accompany you with professional expertise and collegial advice. You can find many of our cooperations on the website of our Campusnetzwerk. A look at them is always worthwhile and may lead you to a new job or to an interesting event of our cooperation partners!
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