The construction sector is in need of all-round civil engineers with a strong practical orientation. To meet this need, the Bachelor program combines the fundamentals of civil engineering and business administration with personal development to form a comprehensive package. You will also specialize in the processing of large-scale projects or sustainability, areas linked to new technologies and processes. Construction management is particularly complex on large-scale projects in fields such as civil engineering and infrastructure building.
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Application period for academic year 2018/19
19th October 2017 to 16th May 2018
tuition fee / semester:
+ ÖH premium + contribution**
One time: package of norms ca. € 260
* Tuition fees for students from third countries € 727 per semester
**for additional study expenses (currently up to €83 depending on degree program and year)
You want to create and shape something new, something tangible and substantial - something that society genuinely needs. More specifically, you are interested in mathematics, planning and design, and you have a sound understanding of business. You are analytical as well as practical with the ability to stay abreast of an expanding web of complex interrelationships. You are flexible and results-focused. You display good timing when contributing to successful projects as part of a team.
In the 15 years and more that FH Campus Wien has been running civil engineering programs, the university of applied sciences has built up a wealth of expertise and a broad network that offers you numerous possibilities during your program, when seeking an internship and when embarking on a career. This network includes construction firms such as STRABAG SE, which also cooperates with FH Campus Wien in the further education of its staff. 'Start Your Career' gives you the chance to take part in a wide-ranging mentoring program; partner companies include STRABAG SE, FCP Fritsch, Chiari & Partner ZT Gmbh and ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG. The program also gives you the opportunity to get involved in R&D projects, thus influencing the balance between academic study and practical application at the university while making contacts for your future professional life. To give one example, the faculty, in partnership with Vienna University of Technology and Graz University of Technology, is developing a practical engineering model to determine actual shear resistance in existing reinforced concrete bridges where this appears to be too low for continued use according to current calculation models. Elsewhere we offer regular training through our series of seminars dealing with selected topics from the construction business. Practical relevance is also guaranteed at our Campus Lecture evenings, which are open to all and feature contributions from prominent experts.
Even where order backlogs are large and winters are mild, the construction industry faces cost and deadline pressure in the face of rising staff and raw material costs. As this ramps up the demands on design planning and construction management, expertise in civil engineering and business administration is called for. It is the combination of engineering and business acumen that makes this all-round program so special. One major advantage for graduates of the program lies in the fact that you will focus on processes from the start of your career; the practical focus of the course will enable you to contribute value to your company after a brief induction. With your depth of know-how in contract management, claim management, cost planning and scheduling, you will be ideally placed to cope with complex tasks. You may specialize in the construction and completion of large-scale international projects or sustainability, acquiring knowledge of new technologies and processes as appropriate.
Your educational background has given you a solid foundation in technology, business and personal development; you have also covered the core subjects of construction management, the construction industry, fundamentals of design, civil engineering and theory and structural engineering.
Lector: Barry Jenkins, BSc (Hons), FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Andrea Zimpernik
Business & Construction Topics:1: You & Your Company: worksheetsGrammar: adjectives to describe people, comparatives, hypothetical questionsSkills: talking about yourself & your company 2: Construction & Civil Engineering Related vocabulary Skills: understanding industry-specific texts; explaining technical terms3: That’s How We Build a House: film inputRelated vocabulary: excavating, concrete, framing, electricity, plumbing, heating and cooling, inside walls and outside walls4: Presentation skills
Each element that makes up the mark MUST be positiveWritten work will be assessed according to these criteria: -task achievement-structure (organisation and cohesion) & fluency-accuracy of vocabulary-grammarTest: 60% Classroom performance: 60%Writing tasks: 20%
Lecture, pairwork, groupwork, discussions, role plays, writing tasks, self-study (research project; online collaboration)
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Robert Christian Hula
Basic knowledge in general chemisty and applied chemistry for construction together with their connection with practical building topics, concrete and physical topics.
Final written exam Grading see below:100-90 % = A89-80 % = B79-70 % = C69-60 % = D0-59 % = E
Lector: DI Dr.techn. Anton Pech
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Heinrich Bruckner, Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Karl Deix, Robert Polanszky
Basics of building materials, particularly civil engineering materials such as concrete, metal, wood, synthetics, mortar, glass, binding agents.Laboratory exercises (building materials, building physics and foundation construction) supplement the lecture.
Final grade in Building Materials and Laboratory includes these components:lecture: final examPractical exercise (building materials and foundation construction): experiment report (handwritten in the seminar following the respective experiment; delayed reports are not accepted).
Lecture and practical exercises in lab (work clothes required).
Lector: Mag. Stefan Potyka
1. Management-Model of St. Gallen2. The 3 systems of accounting: - financial accounting - bookkeeping - coust accounting 3. Basics of controlling
Lector: Patrick Baczek, Sibel Celik, Andrea Filkova, BSc, DI Lukas Kruczynski, Ing Andreas Vondrasek
The first lecture gives you an overview from CAD to Building Information Modeling (BIM).Topics:User Interface and Work EnvironmentSettings and OptionsWorking with Baseelements, modifying and multiplying Objects Numerical Input, Coordination SystemsWorking with ‚intelligent‘ Buildingobjects (Wall, Slab, Window, Door, Stair, …)Spaces, Areas, Dimensioning,Storeys, creating Sections, Views, Submission and works plansLayout, Plotting
Test at the own notebook (modeling a simple Building)
Lecture with LCD projector and collaboration of the studentsExercises and self study with the ArchiCAD Manual (EUR 29,-)
Lector: DI Dr. Christian Hölzl
1. Preliminary remarks2. Types of representation3. From the foundation to the excavation - orthographic projection4. Ichnography, elevation and sheer plan of a building5. Roof design6. Illustrative images of spatial objects7. Perspective pictures - the central projection8. Shadow in parallel lighting
The subject matter of the final exam is the entire content of the lecture. The maximal number of points is 30. Points Mark===== ==== 27 - 30 1 24 - 26 2 21 - 23 3 18 - 20 4 0 - 17 5
Learning guided by the the worksheets
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Marek Szabo
Soil investigation, laboratory investigation, laboratory test, settlement computation, stress distribution, water in the soil
Lector: Mag. Katharina Halbmayer, MSc. MAS
Mineralogy, Petrography, Geology, Engineering Geology
Lector: Dr. Christian Rupp
I. Basic Notions of PhysicsII. Classical MechanicsIII. Oscillators and WavesIV. Thermodynamics and FluidsV. AcousticsVI. Electrostatics and ElectrodynamicsVII. Optics
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Gerald Leonidas Schafferer
Lector: DI Dr. techn. Wilhelm Pilgram
definition of statics and strength of materials, static of rigid body, center of cravity, moment of area, structural analysis, truss, primary structure
written exam after the course
The students explore the elementary functions and their applications.1 Introduction1.1 Basic sets1.2 Intervalls1.3 Numbers1.4 Absolute value1.5 Integer exponent1.6 Rational exponent1.7 Polynomials1.8 Solving equations and inequalities1.9 Functions2 Complex numbers3 Matrices3.1 Definition of matrices and some special matrices3.2 Arithmetic operations3.3 Determinant4 Linear systems of equations5 Vectors and vector spaces5.1 Vectors5.2 Vector spaces5.3 Linear combinations5.4 Eigenvalues ​​and Eigenvectors
The subject matter of the final exam is the entire content of the lecture. The final exam consists of 5 computational problems with 6 points each. The maximal number of points is 30. Points Mark===== ==== 27 - 30 1 24 - 26 2 21 - 23 3 18 - 20 4 0 - 17 5 Permitted accessories and aids: pocket calculator, formula collection
Lecture containing numerous exercises
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Lederbauer
Principles of surveying, Position measurements, Altimetry, Equipment and tools, Distance measurements, Basics of satellite surveying, Basics of photogrammetry, Basics of theory of error, Most frequent tasks in practice, GIS, Basic legal foundations for practical application
VO: final written exam
2 LP VO
Lector: Mag.iur. Henriette Huber
Public Law: Basics of the Austrian Constitution and administration, law of the European Union; Civil Law: Basics, Law of Contracts: validity, contractual terms, violation of contract, commercial law including company law;
practical lecture with opportunity for discussion
Lector: TB Ing. Johannes Pestal
Basics of Health and Safety on workplacesLiability of enterprisesManagementsystems (HSEQ)Coordination of construction worksSafety of machineryRisk assessmentBasics of the industrial (labor) law
Written examSchulnotensystemECTS SystemPunkte (60% Hürde)Sehr Gut A >100 Sehr Gut B 91-100Gut C 81-90Befriedigend D 71-80Genügend E 60-70Nicht Genügend F < 60
power point slidespictures (documentations)videos
Lector: DI Gerald Schobesberger
Lector: BA Anja Christensen, BA, Barry Jenkins, BSc (Hons), Christina Metz, BA, MEd, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Andrea Zimpernik
Business & Construction Topics:1: Green BuildingGrammar: subordinate clauses of result and purposeSkills: discussing various aspects of green building using relevant vocabulary2: Cumbria’s First Earth-Sheltered HouseGrammar: talking about the futureSkills: assessing challenges of a green building project; writing texts from key words3: Human Resources/ applying for a job: Skills: writing a covering letter and a CV, successful job interviews 4: Health and Safety on a Construction SiteSkills: describing risks and hazards; understanding safety regulations
•Test 50% •Classroom Performance 30%•Research Project 20%
Seminar: lecture, group work, pair work, discussions, role plays, research project, film input
Lector: Arch. Dipl. Ing. Wilfried M. Schermann, DI Dr. Edmund Spitzenberger
Continuation of the knowledge gained from the first semester with group formation for the upcoming planning tasks. Technical planning - architectural design with design description, constructive design with gross before calculation of the load-bearing components, entry plan (floor plan, section, view) as well as a description of the construction will be developed according to the project.
Clef in accordance with regulations: 50% architectural and structural design and design description and design considerations, 50% submission planning + construction description.
Structural planning exercise in groups up to maximum 6 students
Lector: DI Dr. Peter Holzer
Basics of heat protection of buildingsBasics of the calculation of the heating and cooling demandBasics of the calculaton of energy indicators for buildingsBasics of humidity protection and the summer-behaviour of buildingsBasics of sound insulationBasics of fire protection
Lecture: final written exam
lecture and distance-practice
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Heinrich Bruckner, Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Karl Deix, Univ. Doz. DI Dr. Robert Hofmann
Lector: Ing. Martin Pfitzner
- Basics for the cost-calculation- Organisation of the site-equipment- Working schedule- Basics for power unit engineering- Construction equipment- Basics for underground work- Drilling equipment
Final examination (in writing)
lectures in school
Lector: FH-Prof. DI (FH) Karl Kaineder
- General Introduction to terminology related to the construction industry- Conducting a building project- Planning- Construction Market Survey- Standardization- Trade, Commerce and Industry Regulations- Engineering- Surveying- Labor Law- Preparatory Work- Cost Controlling on the Construction Site
Final written exam (Lecture and Distance Learning)
Lecture 1 SWS, 25% Distance learning
Introduction to Rhino3D using the example of curves and surfaces- Bezier curves, splines, NURBs- Turning surface, control surface, ruled surface, HP surface, pipe surface, free-form surfaceParametric drawing with Grasshopper- Working with lists- Attractor- Volume model and facade- Normal vectorOptimize with Galapagos
Lecture with examples
Shear strength parameters of soil, shallow foundations and design of shallow foundations, earth pressure theories and design of gravity wall
Legal provisions in regional planning, building law and commercial plant regulations / Links between public building regulations and other fields of law / The Vienna Building Code and the relevant subsidiary laws (structure, urban planning, plot provision, provisions on land use intensity, autorities and stakeholders) / "Subsidiary provisions" to the Building Code in Vienna / overview commercial plant regulations in austria.
Written examination after conclusion the lectures
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Christian Salzer
Principles of steel structures
Written test (calculation and theoretical part)
Lecture with calculation examples
Lector: DI Dr. techn. Patrick Huber, BSc.
- introduction in reinforced concrete- material properties of reinforcement and concrete- load-carrying behavior of reinforced concrete- safety concepts- basics for detailing of the reinforcement- analysis of the ultimate limit state for bending and bending with axial force- exercise examples
written examen after the end of the lecture consisting of a theoretical part (20 minutes) and a part with design examples (90 minutes)Allowed documents:theory part: nonecalculation part: recommended reading and notes
lecture with ppt presentationderivations and exercise examples on the white board
stress analysis (axial stress, shear stress, bending stress), strain, stability analysis, deformation
1. Differential Calculus2. Integral Calculus
Final written examination
Lecture, with numerous exercises
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Lederbauer, DI Walter Perdich
Levelling: Checking of the equipment, levelling along a line with measuring of a profileTotalstation: Setting up of the equipment, indirect determination of heights, setting out of a circular curve
Attendance/participation/hand-over of records, computations
Measurement practices, computations
Lector: Paul Hoffman, MAS, Barry Jenkins, BSc (Hons), FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Andrea Zimpernik
Business & Construction Topics:1: Group project: renovating a listed building2: DIY tasks & Design Rules: worksheets & film inputSkills: describing procedures, explaining tasks, applying design rules, dealing with numbers & arithmetic operations; 3: Structural Systems – attaching and supporting: worksheets Vocabulary: professional terminology for structural elements and loadsSkills: identifying structural elements; describing technical drawings,explaining load and stress;4: Grand Designs Video input: worksheets Skills: understanding an authentic film; construction-related vocabulary, documenting the building process, analysing major challenges during construction5: Expressing Opinions: worksheets & film inputSkills: useful phrases for expressing opinions, agreeing and disagreeing; analysing a field-specific talk
Each element that makes up the mark MUST be positiveWritten work will be assessed according to these criteria: -task achievement-structure (organisation and cohesion) & fluency-accuracy of vocabulary-grammarTest: 60% Classroom performance: 20%Writing task / presentation: 20%
Lecture, pairwork, groupwork, discussions, role plays, writing tasks, presentations
Lector: DI Monika Ilg
Public Procurement and tendering with the service description for constructions. You learn about the basics of the the current BVergG (federal act on publick procurement) and common standards.Service description LB-HB 020Tender wetting and award
Bring your notebook and create the specifications with the softwaretools of ABK
Lector: Ing. Robert Jungwirth
The importance of cost estimation in the expiration of the building site will be discussed. The function mode of the construction software RIB iTWO will be explained based on practical examples.
Presence and cooperationRemote teachings and evaluation of the practical exercisesMoodle - Test
Lecture / presentations /practical examples / independent development of solutions / software
Lector: BM DI Alexander Kemminger, Arch. Dipl. Ing. Wilfried M. Schermann
ntroductory lecture, project meeting and task fixationExecution planning (polishing plan floor plan and section), execution details, constructive action descriptions and (lateral entrants) constructive calculations. Building physics calculation and verifications. Construction process description.
Grade scale according to the examination regulations:30% construction plan, 20% construction Details and 5% Construction scheduling, 25% building physics , 20% for construction.
exercise in groups up to max. 6 students - every student is equally responsible for team results
Lector: Arch. OStR HSProf. DI Dr. Karl Mezera
explanation of all construction plans explanation of relevant constructional terms of old and new buildings the general terms and definitions of - basic knowledge of building structure - building permit approval process - building materials and elements of old buildings - building materials and elements of new buildingsexplained with additional imagesin summer term the students get practical experience through on-site excursions
Winter semester: lecture: participationfinal written exam Summer semester: lecture: participationfinal written examconstruction site-protocols
Winter semester: lectureSummer semester: lecture and excursion writing of construction site-protocols
Lector: DI Tobias Kurtze
1. Civil engineering and road construction- Production of materials on site - deposits, dosage, concrete mixer- Use of materials on site - pouring, compaction, after treatment of concrete- Concrete formwork, reinforcement2. Transport and construction support- Transport of materials on site - cranes, pumps- Construction support3. Tunneling- Construction equipment for tunneling by drill and blast- Construction equipment for tunneling with tunnel boring machines
Final examination in writing
Lector: Bmstr. Ing. DI(FH) Robert Weber
o Basics of calculation Ö Norm B 2061 ( Austrian Norm ) o Labour cost , material cost, plant cost - to learn to break down a rateo precalculation , quotationcosting, job order costing , costing during the work,produkt costing analysiso Analytical estimatingo on costs , overhead costs,o To learn the differenc between full costs and direct costso to fill in spreadsheets K 3 / K4 / K5 / K6 / K7
VO : S + final exame ,FL perm M,SIn the case of absence or negative judgement the check occurs in dependence of the number of the students in written or verbal form
1,2 VO + 0,3 distance learning
Lector: FH-Prof. Mag. Dr. Manfred Steiner
Introduction to academic working: data collection; structuring; table of contents; citiation; comments; attachments; table of figures; bibliography; index; typeface; academic working as a project.
UE: oral and written; final exam; writing short paper (5 pages); FL perm. M, S
1,2 LP UE + 0,3 LP distance learning
Lector: DI Dr.techn. Jochen Hoog
Specific building typology by presenting selected examples of:- educational buildings- accomodation buildings- events buildings- recreation and sports buildings- healthcare buildings- ecclesiastical buildings and memorial places- museum and exhibition buildings- administration buildings- office buildings- business buildings- commercial and industrial buildings- transport buildingsThe subjects of the course will focus on the main subject of this year’s course (practical course) “Konstruktiver Entwurf” (“Structural Design”).
Examination as a written test with systemic sketches and the quality of the shortdesign.
Lecture, with video presentations (beamer, multimedia projections).Introduction to structure analysis. Correspondence instruction subsequently.Accomplishment of some building design, based on independent research by the student.
Soil improvement, deep foundations, piles, box foundations, pile raft foundations
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Alexander Oplustil
The course is intended to give the basics for the calculation of structures.It covers questions of the reliability of structures and in connection therewith the controlling of the planning and the erection of structures. Furthermore it covers the actions on structures which are to adopt for the calculations.
written examination after lectures
Lectures, white-board, Power-point presentations
The nature of studying?; types of learners; physiological basis of learning; brain structure; memory – patterns of memory; problem solving strategies; knowledge processing; basics of efficient learning; rules of learning; learning inhibitions; accurate reading; motivation; plans for studying; types of examinations; coping with examinations; exercises for mental efficiency; NASA game.
Lecture: oral and written; final exam
1,2 LP lecture + 0,3 LP distance learning
Introduction to NLP; mental competence; exercises.
1 LP lecture
Lector: Ing. Hans-Heinz Machytka
Operational site management and risk analysis of construction works. Introduction to management, controlling and leadership processes. Work calculation and the system of performance controlling.Constructionworkskey (BAS) - distribution, budgeting and recording.Creating labour cost target-performance comparisons; establishing post calculation files.Performance-linked payment as a means to achieve increased productivity.IT-application: Auer; Baulohn; MacSIV and IBA weekly planner.
Attendance and classroom participationassessment of practical exerciseswritten exam
Lecture / presentations / reports in media / project work on examples / software
Part 1 - Cost Estimation by AUER SuccessThe importance of cost estimation in the expiration of the building site will be discussed. The function mode of the construction software AUER Success will be explained based on practical examples.
Part 1 - Cost Estimation by AUER SuccessPresence and cooperationRemote teachings and evaluation of the practical exercisespractical examination AUER
Part 1 - Cost Estimation by AUER SuccessLecture / presentations /practical examples / independent development of solutions / software
Construction and analisys of steel construction with compressionBuckling of members under compression
ILV: S + written exam; FL perm. M, S
1,2 LP VO + 0,3 LP distance learning
Lector: DI Dr. techn. Patrick Huber, BSc., FH-Prof. DI Dr.techn. Markus Vill
Design of reinforced concrete beams against shear and torsion Interaction of bending and shear Shear design of slabs (members without shear reinforcement)Design of slabs against punchingDesign of members of plain or less-reinforced concrete members
Final Examen (theory and calculation examples)
lecture, PPP-presentation, whiteboard, practice-oriented examples
torsion, statically indeterminable systems, continuous beam, framed structure, arch, beam with internal hinges.overview of the influence line.overview of actions and load assumtion
1. Introduction2. Ordinary differential equations first order3. Ordinary differential equations second order4. Computational solution of ODEs
Final written examination with 6 computation problems, each 5 points. Written examinations adhere to the policy and regulations of the department of Building and Design.Marking scheme:27 - 30 marks ... Very good (1)24 - 26 marks ... Good (2)21 - 23 marks ... Satisfactory (3)18 - 20 marks ... Sufficient (4) 0 - 17 marks ... Not sufficient (5)Permitted accessories and aids: pocket calculator, formula collection
Basics of the Austrian Constitution and administration, law of the European Union;
Lector: BA Anja Christensen, BA, Christina Metz, BA, MEd, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Andrea Zimpernik
Business & Construction Topics:1: Film input: domesVocabulary: terminology relating to dome construction Skills: understanding authentic film material; explaining construction challenges; researching and presenting information2: Construction LawVocabulary: legal terminology (contracts, employment law, accident law, arbitration)Skills: giving basic advice on legal issues regarding construction projects understanding and summarizing texts on legal issues, commenting on legal cases3: Competition: Market Leader unit 12 & worksheets Grammar: idiomatic language: phrasal verbs; passives Skills: Expressing opinions, negotiating (diplomatic language)4: Writing abstracts: worksheets Skills: writing for academic purposes: identifying structure in texts; paragraph structure
Assessment: Note that each element that makes up your mark MUST be positiveTest (90 mins): 50% Classroom performance: 30%Research project: 20%Grading scheme:0 - 59 %Grade 561 - 70%Grade 471 - 80%Grade 381 - 90%Grade 291 - 100%Grade 1
Lecture, role plays, pair work, group work, discussions, research project, film input
Create specifications which correspond to the high requirements of the current BVergGContract Award criteriasService description LB-HB 020method of element: to create a service description based on structural elements of a CAD-System.
test and tutorial
Learning general methods and exercise these methods by applying ABK.
Lector: FH-Prof. DI Claudia Link
The obligatory 8-week work placement in a construction company forms the basis of the Bachelor Thesis, which has to be written subsequently or during the work placement. Thereby the student should not only acquire content-related know-how, but also become familiar with writing academic papers.
Seminar paper: assessment by supervising lecturerPresentation of seminar paper: assessment by DI Link-KrammerThe final grade is made up of the two grades: assessment by lecturer and assessment of seminar paper presentation.
8-week work placementwriting a seminar paper
fundamentals of contractual claim management on the basis of ÖNORM B 2110oadditional servicesoalterations in the nature of servicesoalterations in the external factors surrounding performanceoquantity changes (increase, decrease)oclaims for changes in renumeration according to ÖNORM B 2110oobstruction of labor processesoacceleration of labor processesoquantity changes of agreed services (the contractor's view / the client's view)odecrease in productivityoeffects of over time on performanceocalculation of cost overrun
Lecture: Seminar + Final Exam; Distance Learning; continuous assessment
1,2 VO + 0,3 Distance Learning
Communication – explaining terminology; communicative preconditions; forms of communication; making a presentation (rhetoric); preparatory work; word definition; basic models for speech situations; characteristics of a coherent speech; breathing exercises and speech practice; accurate breathing; accurate speaking; non-verbal communication; facial expressions, gesture; proximity; outfit
UE: final exam; FL perm. oral and written
Lector: Dipl.Ing. Martin Aichholzer, DI Dr.techn. Anton Pech, Dipl.-Ing. Christian Salzer, Arch. Dipl. Ing. Wilfried M. Schermann
Group work of up to six students
Lector: DI Rainer Klemenjak
The nature of studying?; types of learners; physiological basis of learning; brain structure; memory – patterns of memory; problem solving strategies; knowledge processing; basics of efficient learning; rules of learning; learning inhibitions; accurate reading; motivation; plans for studying; types of examinations; coping with examinations; exercises for mental efficiency; NASA game;
VO: oral and written; final exam
Introduction to NLP; mental competence; exercises;
lecture: oral and written; final exam
From the contractor's point of view: "Operational Construction Site Management" with a focus on cost controlling. Basic knowledge of sequence of incurred costs, including construction income statement, reporting and determination of results.Work calculation as a management tool; cost target-performance comparison and budget target-performance comparison.Managerial behaviour and tasks of an efficient manager.Efficient organisational structures and business plans.
Lecture / presentations / project work on examples / software
In this course the general conditions for the work placement are presented, followed by a discussion of the students' questions.Once the Bachelor Theses have been submitted, the students have to present their papers for approx. 5 to 8 minutes in class.
Assessment of Bachelor Thesis by supervising lecturerAssessment of Bachelor Thesis presentation by DI Link-KrammerThe final grade is made up of above two grades.
Presentation and discussion of guidelines.Short speeches to present the Bachelor Theses individually
- materials- copula- corrosion protection- stability (buckling of beams and plates)- Composite beam (concrete + steel)
Final Written Exam
Lector: Hofrat DI Dr. Walter Potucek
SeviceabilityLimitation of the cracks without calculationLimittion of the cracks with calculationLimitation of the stressesLimitation of the deformationsAuxiliary Diagrams to the seviceability
written examen after the end of the lecture
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Bernhard Weiser
Description of the functionality and applications of system components and their combinations in the design of plumbing-, heating-, cooling- and ventilation- installations.
Written examination after completion of the lectureship
Basics of the Austrian Constitution and administration; The focus is on the handling of specific adminstrativ law.
Business & Construction Topics:1: Tools: worksheetsSkills work on vocabulary2: Construction: Bridges: worksheets & film input Skills: analysing construction problems; explaining how forces work;Vocabulary: vocabulary for building bridges3: Money: Market Leader unit 5 & worksheetsGrammar: describing trendsSkills: dealing with figures, explaining graphs and charts 4: College Architecture: film input & worksheetsSkills: discussing advantages and drawbacks of innovative designs for colleges; writing & presenting a summary
Written work will be assessed according to these criteria: -task achievement-structure (organisation and cohesion) & fluency-accuracy of vocabulary-grammarTest: 60%Classroom performance: 20%research project: 20%
lecture, classroom discussion, pairwork, groupwork, role plays, presentations, group project
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Hans Kordina
Lector: Mag. Wolfgang Hussian
Formation of contractInterpretation of contractConclusion of the contract due to errorSecurityUnit price contractEstimate of costsLump-sum contractDefects LiabilityIndemnity
Lector: Univ.- Lekt. Dipl.- Ing. Wolfgang Mattes, Univ. Lektor Prof. MinRat DI Dr. Thomas Wiederstein
General ecolocigal basics about Global Environmental and Ecological Problems Nature Conservation & Biodiversity Air Pollutions and Climate Change Ecological Sustainabilityin the context of Building & Construction Industry
ex-cathedra teaching, power point presentation
Lector: FH-Prof. DI Dr.techn. Markus Vill
Introduction Introduction History of Bridge DesignBasis for the designOverview Materials and structural systemsLoadsBasis for the Design of cross sectionsDesign of sustainable bridge structuresBasis for bridge equipmentIntroduction construction methods
ILV, Presentation with project team work
Basics of the planning of railway-networks: basic-parameters, sections, gabarit, traffic-datas, buildings, bridges, approbation by authorities, organisation of the railway-enterprises
Lecture: Final Exam; Distance Learning; continuous assessment
Lectures, white-board, power point presentations
Lector: DI Dr. Michael Kleiser, Hofrat DI Dr. Walter Potucek
The course takes place in two parts.In the first part the calculation and construction of civil engineering works for infrastructure (eg, bridges, underpasses) are presented as an introduction. On the basis of the first part simple engineering structures will be designed and depicted in drawings and plans in the second part of the lecture (project-work). The second part of the course will take place as a seminar. The partial results of the designs will be presented and discussed.
cont. assessment, participation, presentation, assessment of the project-work
Lecture, white-board , power point presentationsSeminar work: Project work in the group with discussion of the results
Lector: FH-Prof. DI Christian Polzer, DI Dr. Edmund Spitzenberger, Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Bernhard Weiser, Dipl.-Ing. Dr.tech. Franz Zach
- load bearing systems- materials- copula- solid wall beams- curved beams- fire protection
Seminar + Final Written Exam; continuous assessment
2,5 LP Lecture
Lector: DI Dr. Edmund Spitzenberger
Lector: Ing. Mag.(FH) Wolfgang Pölz, MSc, MBA
- Principles of management systems- Management of processes and projects- Standards and their application (i.e ISO 9001:2015)- Integrated Management Systems focussin on Health, Safety, Environment and Quality- Business Excellence based on EFQM-model
proactive working, written exam
Lecture, seminar, self-study
Lector: Univ.-Doz. DI Dr. Otto Nowak
Urban water management (an overview); water supply (urban water demand / consumption; water sources and extraction; water storage systems and tanks; water distribution networks – incl. design & dimensioning); sewerage (separate and combined sewer systems – incl. design & dimensioning; design and construction details; sewer rehabilitation); processes for wastewater treatment
Lectures incl. exercises
Lector: Hofrat DI Dr. Walter Potucek, FH-Prof. DI Dr.techn. Markus Vill
Calculation of structuresconstruction and calculation of plates, profiled slabs, columns and walls,partially loaded areas, bearing wallsspecial cases of the construction of beams, frameworks (beam-column),stairs,foundationswallsexecution of structures in reinforced concretebasics of prestressed concrete
Final examen (written), training-works
lecture, white-board, ppp-presentation, exemples of construction, trainings of construction
Description of the functinality and applications of the building automation as the integral part of the TGA .
Lector: DI Dr. Alfred Weninger-Vycudil
Basics of road design and road construction.
practical oriented presentation and discussion of actual road design and construction topics
- Learning of a commercially available structural analysis program based on the FEM- Modeling: from the real structure to a finite element model (2D/3D): bearing of RC structures, bedding, eccentricities, modeling of T-beams, stability- Avoidance of errors when using the FEM- Software based dimensioning of beams, slabs and columns
- Software supported calculation of internal forces and design (FEM) of exercise examples and preparation of reinforcement sketches, plausibility checks by analytical calculation.- Participation- The submission is via Moodle.
Training of a structural analysis software, sketches on the white board, Power-Point presentations
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Tristan Tallafuss
Basics of labour law: sources of law, employment contract, different kinds of employments, rights and obligations of employer and employee, employment protection, termination of employment.
practical lecture with opportunity for discussion, cases, homeworks, powerpoint-präsentation
Lector: Mag. Thomas Kurz
Lector: DDI Elisabeth Aberger
Introduction to the principles of integral planning and the basics of Building Information Modeling as a method of integrated planning. Lectures on theory of BIM with a focus on 4D and 5D planning, BIM management as well as BIM and law. Guest lectures on different areas of application of BIM in practice will complement the theory.
Lector: DI DI Dr Simon Handler
Lector: Univ. Lektor Prof. MinRat DI Dr. Thomas Wiederstein
Overview of essential environmental acts in Austria including the European Union.Environmental acts, European Union
Lector: Dipl.Ing. Josef Daller, Dipl.-Ing. Michael Proprenter
Lector: Dipl.Ing. Martin Aichholzer, Dipl.-Ing. Rainer Altmann, MSc, Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Carmen Dilch, MSc. MRICS, Isabella Dornigg, MSc, Dipl.-Ing. Mag. Cristina Florit Schmid, Dipl.-Ing. Erwin Gartner, DI Monika Ilg, FH-Prof. DI (FH) Karl Kaineder, FH-Prof. DI Chri
Lector: Christiana Scholz, MA BA
Basics of personnel management, recruiting tools, human resources development, motivation and benefit system focusing on remuneration, leadership
Written exam at the end of the lecture
Lecture, discussions, individual work, group work, self-study
Lector: DDI Gunther Thaler
Legal basics of international construction ProjectsInt. TendersStandard forms of construction contractsFIDIC Contracts:Background, structure, rights and obligations, the Engineer, payment, variations, Claims, disputes, etc...
Ppt. presentation, case studies, discussion
Number of teaching weeks15 per semester
*Subject to approval by the relevant bodies
TimesMon-Fri from 6:45 p.m.
Language of instructionGerman
You will be qualified to work in many areas. As a well qualified all-rounder, you will be responsible for planning and processing construction projects. You may find yourself drafting projects in a planning office or realizing projects operationally (as a site manager, for example). You may work for the principal or the agent. The construction industry incorporates technical and engineering offices as well as the construction materials trade. You will also be in demand by big business such as chain stores, which maintain their own construction offices to handle the building needs of their branches. Many avenues will be open to you in public-sector and related organizations such as building authorities and public transport companies (ÖBB, ASFINAG, Wiener Linien, etc.).
With skills that include the planning and processing of construction projects, you are likely to establish your career in one of the following sectors:
Master course for advanced professional training, part-time
Equivalence is determined by international agreements, validation or in individual cases a decision by the head of the academic section. In specific cases the head of the program may formally recognize a qualification.
Minimum age 20 (with three years of vocational school) or 22 years. You may have obtained your vocational qualification through a pertinent apprenticeship, foreman examination or verifiable occupation within the construction sector. Applicants opting for this selection route should contact the secretary's office for the necessary forms.
A total of 40 places are available each year on the Bachelor program in Civil Engineering and Construction Management. The ratio of places to applicants is currently around 1:3. To apply you will require the following documents:
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 selection process comprises a written test and an interview with the selection committee.
'Start Your Career' gives you the chance to take part in a wide-ranging mentoring program; partner companies include STRABAG SE, FCP Fritsch, Chiari & Partner ZT Gmbh and ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG.
Start Your Career
Head of Degree Program Civil Engineering and Construction Management T: +43 1 606 68 77-2202 firstname.lastname@example.org
Head of Building and Design Department, Head of Master´s Degree Program Civil Engineering and Construction Management
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Head of Academic Course Technical Building Equipment, Structural Engineering and Rehabilitation Technology for the Real Estate Industry, Academic Staff
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