Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture

Study programs

Undergraduate studies
Study Programe Architecture and Design
Cycle 1
Description of the study programe The main purpose of the first cycle of the study program in Architecture and Design is to train students in fulfilling their responsibilities towards architectural design, interior design and urban planning tasks.

Expected learning outcomes are, the adoption of research methods and procedures as well as development of critical thinking; development of communication skills with emphasis on visual communication and the ability to use the knowledge effectively; development of teamwork and collaborative skills, as well as development of professional ethics.

ECTS credits 180
Obtained title after graduation Engineer of Architecture and Design
Lista e lëndëve Semester 1 Obligatory Courses
·    Mathematics 1

·   Architectural Physics

·   Architctural Design 1

One course from the list of “Optional Courses”
·         CAD

·         Artistic Expression

Semester 2: Obligatory Courses
·    Architectural Structures 1

·    Descriptive Geometry with Perspective

·    Architectural Design 2

·    Sport and Recreation

One course from the list of “Optional Courses”
·         Architectural Studio 1

·         Engineering Graphics

One course from the list of “University Courses” shown in Group GU1
Semester 3: Obligatory Courses
·   Architectural Structures 2

·    History of Architecture, Art and Urbanism 1

·   Architectural Design 3

Two courses from the list of “Optional Courses”
·         Architectural Studio 2

·         Urban Planing

·         Timber Construction

·         Interior Architecture 1

Semester 4: Obligatory Courses
·    Architectural Structures 3

·    History of Architecture, Art and Urbanism 2

·    Architectural Design 4

Two courses from the list of “Optional Courses”
•          Architectural Studio 3

•         Urban Studio

•         Spatial Planing and Development

•         Interior Architecture 2

 

 

Semester 5: Obligatory Courses
·   Architectural Structures 4

·   History of Architecture, Art and Urbanism 3

·    Architectural Design 5

One course from the list of “Optional Courses”
·         Architectural Studio 4

·         Reinforced Concrete Structures

One course from the list of “University Courses” shown in Group GU1
Semester 6: Obligatory Courses
·   Architectural Design 6

·    Field Practice

·    Diploma thesis

One course from the list of “Optional Courses”
·         Architectural Studio 5

·         Steel Structures

Group GU1 v   Englisht Language 1

v   Macedonian Language 1

v   Albanian Language 1

v   Englisht Language 2

v   Macedonian Language 2

v   Albanian Language 2

v   Globalization and Inter-cultural Communication

v   Informatics

v   Ethics

v   Communication with Public Administration


Postgraduate Studies

Study Programe Architecture and Design
Cycle 2
Description of the study programe The profile of this study program is Master of Science in Architecture – general architect. This interdisciplinary profile encompasses technical sciences, social sciences, technology and creative arts, and results in creating expertise in built environment, building management and design. Ensures development of skills for analysis, synthesis, finding solutions and assessing the consequences; Development of skills for independent work in professional qualification
ECTS credits 120
Obtained title after graduation Master of Architecture and Design
Lista e lëndëve Semester 1 Obligatory Courses
·   Instalations in Architecture

·    Urban modeling 1

·    Design Studio

One course from the list of “Optional Courses”
·         Construction Elements for Interior Design

·         Theory of Shapes and Color

Semester 2: Obligatory Courses
·    Construction and Urban Legislation

·    Urban modeling 2

·    Economy and Finantial Management of building structures

One course from the list of “Optional Courses”
•         3D Interpretation of Space

•         Regulation of Urban Public Areas

Semester 3: Obligatory Courses
·    Management of construction works

·   Showcasing of Architectural projects

·   Design of public structures

Two courses from the list of “Optional Courses”
•         Landscape Architecture

•         Water and Irrigation Systems

•         Park Architecture and Design

•         New Materials

Semester 4: Obligatory Courses
·    Master Thesis
One course from the list of “Optional Courses”
•         Ergonomy and Ergonomic Design

•         Aesthetis in Architecture

One course from the list of “University Courses” shown in Group GU2
Group GU2 Criminal Phsychology

Civil Society

Intellectual Property Rights

Ethics and Professional Communication

Human Resourses Management

Political Sociology

Computer Architecture

Western Civilization

Strategic Management

Turkish Civilization

Undergraduate studies
Study Programe Civil Engineering / Structural
Cycle 1
Description of the study programe The civil engineers analyze, design, construct and maintain all kinds of engineering structures that shape our world, like buildings, civil engineering structures, roads, railway networks, hydrotechnical and hydroelectrical structures, tunnels, bridges etc.

In the first year of bachelor, studies are focused on the basic prerequisite courses like math, physics, computer science and technical oriented foreign languages. In the second and the third year of bachelor, the focus of studies is shifted toward courses specific to civil engineering, like soil and fluid mechanics, structures (concrete, metal, timber), and hydraulics. Lastly, in the sixth semester of bachelor studies, students are required to elaborate their first study-case project, which aims to evaluate the synthetized and acquired knowledge of students during the bachelor studies.

The bachelor degree in Civil Engineering is an academic acknowledgment (and not a professional one). This diploma, which also comes with a supplementary document, opens a way to the Graduated Bachelor to continue their education in MTU-FCEA, in another academic institution in Macedonia or abroad, in order to obtain an engineering title.

ECTS credits 180
Obtained title after graduation Bachelor in Civil Engineering
List of courses Semester 1: Obligatory Courses
·         Mathematics 1

·         Engineering Mechanics – Statics

·         Engineering Geology

·         Building Structures

One course from the list of “Optional Courses”
·         Descriptive Geometry

·         Engineering Graphics

One course from the list of “University Courses” shown in Group GU1
Semester 2: Obligatory Courses
·         Mechanics of Materials

·         Fluid Mechanics

·         Geodesy

·         Engineering Mechanics – Dynamics

One course from the list of “Optional Courses”
·         Mathematics 2

·         Statistical Methods and Theory of Probability

·         Numerical Methods

One course from the list of “University Courses” shown in Group GU1
Semester 3: Obligatory Courses
·         Building Materials

·         Urban Hydrotechnics

·         Soil Mechanics

·         Technology of Concrete

·         Theory of Structures 1

One course from the list of “Optional Courses”
·         Programming

·         CAD Programe

·         Civil engineering and Environment

·         Management of Construction Works

·         Informatics

·         Foreign Language

One course from the list of “University Courses” shown in Group GU1
Semester4: Obligatory Courses
·         Railways

·         Essentials of Steel Structures

·         Roads

·         Reinforced Concrete Structures 1

·         Hydrotechnical Structures

·         Theory of Structures 2

Semester 5: Obligatory Courses
·         Civil Structures

·         Foundations

·         Organization and mechanization

One course from the list of “Optional Courses”
·         Descriptive Geometry

·         Engineering Graphics

One course from the list of “Optional Courses”
·         Mathematics 2

·         Statistical Methods and Theory of Probability

·         Numerical Methods

One course from the list of “University Courses” shown in Group GU1
Semester 6: Obligatory Courses
·         Field Practice

·         Diploma thesis

One course from the list of “Optional Courses”
·         Programming

·         CAD Programe

·         Civil engineering and Environment

·         Management of Construction Works

·         Informatics

·         Foreign Language

Three courses from the list of “Optional Courses”
·         Prestressed Concrete

·         Reinforced Concrete Bridges

·         Steel Buildings

·         Timber Structures

·         Masonry Structures

·         Aluminium Structures

·         Introduction to Earthquake Engineering

·         Physicsfor Civil Engineering

·         Construction Works Provisions

·         Stability of Reinforced Concrete Structures

·         Special RC Structures

Group GU1 v   Englisht Language 1

v   Macedonian Language 1

v   Albanian Language 1

v   Englisht Language 2

v   Macedonian Language 2

v   Albanian Language 2

v   Globalization and Inter-cultural Communication

v   Informatics

v   Ethics

v   Communication with Public Administration


Postgraduate studies

Study Programe Civil Engineering / Structural
Cycle 2
Description of the study programe Our Master program lasts two years, four semesters. Students with a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering or a degree from a similar faculty will be considered for application. Good knowledge of the English language is essential.

The graduated Masters of Civil Engineering, will have the necessary knowledge to face important engineering challenges like:

–          successfully completing project analysis and design tasks for buildings and other civil infrastructure systems according to national and European standards,

–          supervision and management of construction works on site

–          management of various project design stages of engineering structures, and

–          Perform successfully on team collaborative works both on office and construction site

ECTS credits 120
Obtained title after graduation Master of Civil Engineering, structural branch
Lista e lëndëve Semester 1 Obligatory Courses
·         Theory of Elasticity and Ultimate Limit State In Analysis of Frame Elements

·         Theory of Spatial Structures

·         Dynamics of Structures

Two courses from the list of “Optional Courses”
·         Mathematics 2*

·         Steel building structures*

·         Statistical Methods and Theory of Probability

·         Numerical Methods

·         Programing

·         Finite Element Methods

·         Structural Analysis Optimization

*. This course is obligatory if not taken in the first cycle

One course from the list of “University Courses” shown in Group GU2
Semester 2: Obligatory Courses
•         Finite Elemnt Methods

•         Prestressed structures

Four courses from the list of “Optional Courses”
•         Prestressed Concrete*

•         Timber Structures*

•         Reinforced Concrete Bridges

•         Special RC Structures

•         Stability of Reinforced Concrete Structures

•         Masonry Structures

•         Introduction to Seismic Design

•         Structural Instrumentation and Health Monitoring

    *. This course is obligatory if not taken in the first cycle

One course from the list of “University Courses” shown in Group GU2
Semester 3: Obligatory Courses
·          Reinforced Concrete Structures 2
One course from the list of “Optional Courses”
•         Reinforced Concrete Bridges

•         Special RC Structures

•         Stability of Reinforced Concrete Structures

•         Masonry Structures

•         Introduction to Seismic Design

•         Structural Instrumentation and Health Monitoring

Three courses from the list of “Optional Courses”
•         Energy Efficiency of Structures

•         Composite Materials

•         Fire Resistance of engineering structures

•         Seismic Design of Engineering Structures

•         Nonlinear Analysis

•         Structural Modelling

•         Laminated Timber Structures

•         Repair and Strengthening of RC Structures

•         Steel Bridges

•         Spatial Steel Structures

•         Special Steel Structures

•         Seismic Response of Buildings

•         Seismic Nonlinear Response of Buildings

One course from the list of “University Courses” shown in Group GU2
Semester 4: Lëndë të detyrueshme
·         Field Practice

·         Master Thesis

Group GU2 Englisht Language 1

Macedonian Language 1

Albanian Language 1

Englisht Language 2

Macedonian Language 2

Albanian Language 2

Globalization and Inter-cultural Communication

Informatics

Ethics

Communication with Public Administration

Undergraduate studies

Study Programe Geodesy and Geoinformatics
Cycle I (first)
Description of the study programe The study program on geodesy and geoinformatics aims at preparing engineers for usage of modern methodology and technology in function of geospatial data collection, performing spatial analyses and managing with geoinformation.

The expanded concept of geodesy and geoinformatics gives the opportunity to new engineers for 2D, 2.5D, 3D and 4D spatial modelling, advanced use of aerial and satellite images, development and standardization of spatial data infrastructure, developing and managing of geo portals, establishing of navigation systems, up to compilation of thematic maps, as well management of cadastral data related to real estate and infrastructure facilities.

In relation with other engineering fields, graduates are provided with the ability for planning, designing, implementing, supervision, and monitoring all work types during designing, construction and utilization of engineering facilities, as well as the observation of tectonic and geodynamics movement of the land crust.

ECTS credits 180
Obtained title after graduation Engineer of geodesy and geoinformatics
List of courses Semester 1:

1.       Mathematics 1

2.       Databases

3.       CAD

4.       English language

5.       Basics of geodesy and surveying instruments

6.       Informatics

Semester 2:

1.       Mathematics 2

2.       Geoinformatics 1

3.       English language for engineers

4.       Geodetic measurements and surveying

5.       Programming

6.       Physics

7.       Topography

8.       Subject from the free election list

Semester 3:

1.       Theory of errors

2.       English language for surveyors 1

3.       Geodetic networks

4.       Cadaster 1

5.       General cartography

6.       Geoinformatics 2

7.       Ecology

8.       Subject from the free election list

Semester 4:

1.       Mathematical cartography

2.       English language for surveyors 2

3.       Satellite geodesy

4.       Cadaster 2

5.       Field practice  1

6.       Mathematical geodesy

7.       Geodetic adjustments

8.       Hydrographic measurements

9.       Subject from the free election list

Semester 5:

1.       Engineering geodesy 1

2.       Spatial planning and regulation

3.       Photogrammetry

4.       Physical geodesy

5.       Legislation and legal provisions

6.       Management with geodetic works

7.       Geophysics

8.       Subject from the free election list

Semester 6:

1.       Engineering geodesy 2

2.       Remote sensing

3.       Real estate valuation

4.       Real estate management

5.       Geodetic legislation

6.       Academic writing

7.       Field practice 2

8.       Diploma thesis

 

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Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture of Mother Teresa University-Shkup, is an institution of education, specifically dealing with problems related to Civil Engineering and Architecture. Currently, this Faculty has accreditations to develop courses in the First and Second Cycle of studies according to the Law of Higher Education of our country.

The vision of Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture of Mother Teresa University-Shkup is to become a “trusted” academic Institution that would promote genuine academic and professional values and empower the next generation of engineering professionals and scientists with all the necessary tools for successfully tackling the various engineering challenges of our time.