What is a structural engineer?
Most likely you have a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering or similar, and you are ready to concentrate more on your subject area. More knowledge could result in more influence and increased career opportunities.
With a master degree in Structural Engineering you become an expert in solving structural problems. You will specialise in either concrete structures, steel structures and thin plate structures or composite structures, where you learn about materials technologies, statistics, stability problems, structural vibrations and structural fatigue. In other words, you specialise – you become an expert.
A master of science in engineering degree is two-year master programme on top of a three-year bachelor programme. Thus, you start with a relevant bachelor of science in engineering degree (3 years) or bachelor of engineering degree (3½ years).
Read more about the structure of the programme.
- Profile courses
- Elective and compulsory courses
- Master thesis
More about the study programme
The study environment is characterised by teaching in small groups and projects carried out in small teams. At the master programme you will choose an academic profile; the area in which you will specialise. Read more about the study programme.
Please note that this programme is offered in Danish only. However, the Faculty of Engineering does offer a number of degree programmes taught in English.
Master of Science in Engineering
A Master of Science in Engineering is employed as an industrial manager, as the creative force in innovation and development, or as a researcher.