Study programme

Civil Engineering – Water Management and Water Structures

Academic Year 2023/24

Abbreviation: NPC-SIV Code: N0732A260025 Type of study: Master's Language of instruction: Czech

Awarded degree: Ing.

Level of qualification: master's (second level)

Awarded qualification: Ing. in the field of "Civil Engineering – Water Management and Water Structures"

Form of studies

full-time study

Specific admission requirements

Admission of applicants for a follow-up Master's degree program at the Faculty of Civil Engineering is governed by the Higher Education Act, the BUT Statute, the BUT Faculty Statute and the relevant Dean's Directives at the Faculty of Civil Engineering. The Dean's Directive specifies in detail: - the manner and time limit for the submission of applications for study, - the method of substantiating the required educational attainment by the Higher Education Act, - the form of the entrance examination (see below) specifying the subjects of the entrance examination, the extent of the minimum knowledge required and the method and criteria for evaluating the entrance examination and other factors relevant to admission to study, - rules governing the remission of the entrance examination, - the minimum level of fulfillment of the requirements necessary for admission to the study program, - binding dates, in particular the dates of the entrance examinations as well as substitute dates, or the date of the supplementary entrance examinations round, - deadlines for sending invitations to the entrance examination and deadlines for the candidate to inspect, in accordance with the Higher Education Act, his / her material relevant to the decision on admission to study, - the method of assessing the absence of excuses at the entrance examination; defining the possibility of taking the entrance examination in the alternative term, - the method of notifying candidates of the results obtained at the entrance examination, including the date of notification, - announcement of the results of the entrance examination, drawing up a waiting list, deciding whether or not to accept and enrolling admitted applicants for study. The entrance examination takes the form of a test of basic theoretical subjects profiling base and subjects profiling base specialization in the range of required knowledge for a graduate of the four-year bachelor study program Civil Engineering with specialization Water Management and Water Structures at the Faculty of Civil Engineering.

Access to further education

The graduates may continue in a doctoral study programme.

Course completion requirements

diploma thesis, final state examination

Organization and the rules for examination, assessment and grading

Program guarantor

Structure of courses

1st year / Winter Semester / compulsory courses

Code Title Lectures
hours/week
Practices
hours/week
Fieldwork
hours/semester
Credits Completion
NAA017 Mathematics 5 (V) 2 1 4 Cr,Ex
NPA016 Balneotechnology 2 2 5 Cr,Ex
NPA017 Operational and System Analysis 2 3 6 Cr,Ex
NRA012 Groundwater Hydraulics 2 2 5 Cr,Ex
NRA013 Selected Chapters of Hydrotechnics 2 2 5 Cr,Ex
NSA013 Selected Chapters of Landscape Water Management 2 2 5 Cr,Ex

1st year / Summer Semester / compulsory courses

Code Title Lectures
hours/week
Practices
hours/week
Fieldwork
hours/semester
Credits Completion
BYA002 Intermediate Level English (exam) 2 Ex
NCA005 Hydrobiology and Ecotoxicology 2 1 3 GCr
NPA018 Water Management 2 1 3 Cr,Ex
NSA014 Geographic Information Systems 2 3 Cr
NSA015 Watershed Conservation 2 1 3 GCr
NSA016 Water Management Legislative 2 1 3 Cr,Ex

1st year / Summer Semester / compulsory-optional courses / required 1 course

Code Title Lectures
hours/week
Practices
hours/week
Fieldwork
hours/semester
Credits Completion
NPB019 Selected Chapters from Water Supply 2 2 4 Cr,Ex
NRB015 Sediments in Rivers 2 2 4 Cr,Ex
NSB017 Water Management Systems Control 2 2 4 Cr,Ex

1st year / Summer Semester / compulsory-optional courses / required 1 course

Code Title Lectures
hours/week
Practices
hours/week
Fieldwork
hours/semester
Credits Completion
NAB018 Basics of Calculus of Variations 2 2 5 Cr,Ex
NBB006 Applied Physics (V) 2 2 5 Cr,Ex
NCB006 Composition and Properties of Natural Waters 2 2 5 Cr,Ex
NRB014 Modeling in Water Management 2 2 5 Cr,Ex

1st year / Summer Semester / compulsory-optional courses / required 1 course

Code Title Lectures
hours/week
Practices
hours/week
Fieldwork
hours/semester
Credits Completion
NZB011 Pedagogy for Engineers 2 2 Cr
NZB013 Presentation Skills 1 1 2 Cr
NZB014 Company Practice Psychology 2 2 Cr

2nd year / Winter Semester / compulsory courses

Code Title Lectures
hours/week
Practices
hours/week
Fieldwork
hours/semester
Credits Completion
NPA020 Special Field Trip 40 3 Cr
NRA016-A Hydroinformatics 2 2 3 GCr
NRA017 Mathematical Modeling in Water Management 2 2 6 Cr,Ex
NRA018 Realisation of Water Structures 2 2 6 Cr,Ex

2nd year / Winter Semester / compulsory-optional courses / required 1 course

Code Title Lectures
hours/week
Practices
hours/week
Fieldwork
hours/semester
Credits Completion
NCB007 Wastewater Treatment Processes 2 2 5 Cr,Ex
NPB023 Advanced Sewerage and WWTP 2 2 5 Cr,Ex
NRB019 Protection Structures for Dams and Hydraulic Circuits 2 2 5 Cr,Ex
NSB020 Landscape Restoration and Stability 2 2 5 Cr,Ex

2nd year / Winter Semester / compulsory-optional courses / required 1 course

Code Title Lectures
hours/week
Practices
hours/week
Fieldwork
hours/semester
Credits Completion
NPB021 Industrial Wastewater Treatment 2 2 5 Cr,Ex
NRB021 Flood Protection 2 2 5 Cr,Ex
NSB019 Natural Technologies of Water Treatment 2 2 5 Cr,Ex

2nd year / Winter Semester / compulsory-optional courses / required 1 course

Code Title Lectures
hours/week
Practices
hours/week
Fieldwork
hours/semester
Credits Completion
NPB022 Diploma Seminar (V-VHO) 2 Cr
NRB020 Diploma Seminar (V-VST) 2 Cr
NSB018 Diploma Seminar (V-VHK) 2 Cr