In the Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) (Structures) you will complete a civil engineering degree with a specialisation in structures in the final year, which includes advanced units of study in advanced structural analysis, structural behaviour, materials, structural dynamics and bridge engineering.Structural engineers take into account natural forces such as wind, waves and earthquakes and their effects when designing and planning for building. Certain stresses caused by the modern environment, such as the traffic of both cars and people, also need to be considered. Innovative solutions to these problems are researched, developed and tested by structural engineers. As a structural engineering graduate, you may specialise in one area of work, such as bridges and tunnels, buildings, or large constructions such as oil installations.
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