About Courses

Civil Engineering

In the Civil Engineering field, the engineering modules for the first cycle are studied first, and last for eight semesters, followed by a Master's level degree for the second cycle, which lasts for three semesters. The course includes the study of computer graphics, structural mechanics, building physics, construction, building materials and products, building structure design, technology, organization and economics of construction, construction site and company management. Over the course of studying, students participate in laboratory and design classes and internships, improving practical knowledge of engineering problems, while learning to master computer engineering software and foreign languages.

Graduates in the field of Civil Engineering gain the necessary knowledge and skills to allow them to work in the construction industry, in architectural offices, in the building materials industry and in all areas of administration relating to these operations.

Graduates are ready to pursue business activities in the field of construction. After completing the internship, graduates can apply for a full licence to perform independent technical functions in the building industry.

Environmental Engineering

In the field of Environmental Engineering, engineering studies are conducted for the first cycle, over eight semesters. The course includes knowledge of design, implementation, installation and operation of commonly used sanitary water supply and sewage disposal systems, heating, ventilation and gas systems used for water, waste water, air and flue gases treatment, as well as for neutralizing waste. Graduates can continue their second cycle studies at technical universities in the area of environmental engineering or related fields. 

Environmental Engineering graduates find employment in the design and implementation of sanitation in general and sanitary building, sanitary maintenance services, sanitary devices, municipal companies and industrial plants as well as in schools, universities and state and local administration.

After completing the internship, graduates can apply for a full licence to perform independent technical roles in the construction industry, specializing in installation.

Mechanical Engineering and Machine Design

Mechanical Engineering and Machine Design engineering studies (first cycle) last seven semesters, and the Master's level degree (second cycle) lasts three semesters. This curriculum covers theoretical knowledge, mechanical engineering and machine design including the use of modern information technologies and expertise. During their studies, students will also acquire skills in foreign languages. Students’ practical knowledge of engineering is improved during laboratory and design courses, internships and educational tours.

Mechanical Engineering and Machine Design graduates are qualified to work in industries producing or using technical equipment, in design, construction, technology, quality assurance, research, education, administration and other fields requiring technical and IT skills. They are also prepared, to enable them to undertake independent business activities.

Chemical Technology

Chemical Technology engineering studies (first cycle) last seven semesters with three further semesters for the Master's level degree (second cycle). The education of chemical technologists includes the acquisition of theoretical, technological, engineering and specialized knowledge. The practical knowledge of engineering and technology students is cultivated in laboratory and design classes, internships and educational trips.

During their studies, students gain skills in professional software and foreign languages, including technical terminology.

Chemical technology graduates find work in chemical plants, scientific research centres, industrial and trading companies, consultancy and design centres, computer companies, schools and are also able to start their own business activities.


Studies in the field of Economics allow students to acquire theoretical knowledge, which is necessary to understand the essence of economic phenomena and processes.

Graduates completing the Industrial Economics specialisation acquire vast economic knowledge. They have a good introduction to accounting, economic analysis and become familiar with financial systems and financial management tools. Graduates also learn the basics of law and economic marketing and management. Studies in this specialisation, combining the knowledge of macroeconomics with the knowledge of tools used in business management, create significant job opportunities for graduates, fast professional integration and retraining. Graduates find employment in various types of companies, in central and local government bodies, in enterprise development agencies, in tax offices and in inspection bodies.

Finance and Accounting, is a new specialisation available from the academic year 2013/2014. Graduates completing this specialisation acquire vast theoretical knowledge in the field of financial and management accounting, and financial analysis, which combined with acquired practical skills, prepares them for registering economic events, managing the finances of companies, financial institutions and local governments at an operational level. They also get acquainted with the principles governing financial markets and with financial management tools. Subject matters and specialities included in the curriculum give them the opportunity to acquire practical skills, create attitudes and competences particularly desired in certain workplaces. A carefully devised syllabus provides graduates with significant job opportunities and flexibility in adjusting to changes in the business environment.  Knowledge, skills and social competencies acquired in both specialisations, allow graduates to start and conduct business activities and entitle them to continue education at second-cycle studies.