The first two years of undergraduate studies are common for all programs. Courses offered during the first two years of undergraduate studies are:
The core courses Mathematics I, II and III, The Application of Computers,
Physics, Mechanics I and II establish the basis for civil engineering studies in
The core courses Strength of Materials I and II (in the area of deformable and non-deformable solid body mechanics) and Fluid Mechanics provide the background for the areas of structural engineering: hydraulic and environmental engineering.
The courses Civil Construction Materials (core) and Technology of Concrete (elective) establish the basis for materials engineering; the course Principles of Transportation Engineering introduces the elements of transportation engineering; the core course Geology and Petrology and the elective course Engineering Geology cover the field of geology. And the core course Geodesic Surveying covers the field of surveying.
In addition, the common two years include the core courses Buildings I and Descriptive Geometry, and the elective courses Buildings II, Civil Engineering Economics, Sociology, English Language I, German Language I, and Principles of Building Design.