This training program is accredited.

  EUR-ACEASIIN

The objective is to form civile engineers who are able to conceive, analyse, to calculate, to realise, to assess and to manage work in the construction fields.

The civil engineer is a specialised engineer in the conception and establishment of the means, the managing of workers in the act of building. He participates in the construction of residencies, commercial buildings, industrial constructions, offices or show buildings, as well as the construction of the infrastructure of communication and the arrangement of territories (bridges, tunnels, logistic centers, road blocks, energetic power plant) or to safeguard the environment (water management, waist storage).

Génie civil
Génie civil

The ingeneer may interrupt any construction stage from the soil studies up to the work reception:

  • soil study
  • foundation calculations
  • conception of work(calculation, methods, price study)
  • conduct work and the technical controle.

The suggested formation by the EPI-Polytech is adapted depending on the permanent needs of entreprises through integrating the evolution of techniques and methods in the field of civil engineering.

Civil engineering students have the possibility to choose between options (dominant) in their 5th year such as:

  • Mining engineering
  • Bridges and pavements
  • Energy and construction
  • Urban engineering.

STUDY PLAN

ONLINE FORMATION WITH
THE EVOLUTION OF THE CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNIQUES

  • Algorithms and data structure
  • Numerical analysis
  • English 1
  • English 2
  • Reinforced concrete 1
  • Calculation of structures 1
  • Building electricity
  • French 1
  • French 2
  • Engineering geology, hydrogeology and geophysics
  • Hydraulic
  • Construction materials
  • Mathematics for the engineer
  • Fluid mechanics
  • Soil mechanics 1
  • MMC
  • Supervised Personal Project (PPE)
  • Probability and statistics
  • General construction processes
  • RDM
  • Operational research
  • Topography
  • English 3
  • Reinforced concrete 2
  • Prestressed concrete
  • Calculation of structures 2
  • Metallic construction
  • DAO
  • Diagnosis and repair of structures
  • Dynamics of soils and structures
  • Finished elements
  • Climatic engineering
  • Urban Hydrology and Hydraulics
  • Soil mechanics 2
  • Hydraulic structures
  • End of Year Project (PFA)
  • Planning and organization of works
  • Plates and shells
  • Routes 1
  • Communication technique 1
  • Communication technique 2
  • Town planning
  • VRD
  • Analysis and management of natural and industrial risks
  • Labor and business law
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Mining equipment
  • Mining appraisal, evaluation and planning
  • Surface mining
  • Underground mining
  • Explosive rock fragmentation
  • Waste management and Rehabilitation of mining sites
  • Geotechnical practice
  • HRM
  • Mineralurgical processes
  • Health and safety for engineers
  • Mining Technology and Geology
  • Excavation technologies
  • End of Study Project (PFE)
  • Quality assurance
  • Dynamic calculation of structures in seismic zones
  • CAD: Design and calculation
  • Energy design of buildings
  • Labor and business law
  • Advanced finite elements
  • Renewable energies
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Risk management
  • HRM
  • Masterpieces
  • Routes 2
  • Site security
  • Logistics and transport systems
  • End of Study Project (PFE)
  • Quality assurance
  • Dynamic calculation of structures in seismic zones
  • CAD: Design and calculation
  • Energy design of buildings
  • Labor and business law
  • Advanced finite elements
  • Renewable energies
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Risk management
  • HRM
  • Masterpieces
  • Routes 2
  • Site security
  • Logistics and transport systems
  • End of Study Project (PFE)
  • Architecture
  • Quality assurance
  • CAD: Design and calculation
  • Sustainable development
  • Labor and business law
  • Potable water
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Public space
  • Waste management
  • Risk management
  • HRM
  • Transport planning
  • Air quality
  • Site security
  • Urbanism 2
  • End of Study Project (PFE)