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General Information Civil and Environmental Engineering Degree Course

Degree class L7 - Civil and Environmental Engineering


The students' initial preparation is tested by administering a multiple-choice
test with four different sections: mathematics, logic, science and verbal
comprehension.

The Course of Study introduces itself

The Degree Course in Civil and Environmental Engineering provides a
solid preparation in the basic sciences and guarantees specific
competences in the fields of Construction Science and Technology,
Hydraulics and Hydraulic Infrastructure, Geotechnics, Environmental
Health Engineering and Energy Systems.


The knowledge and tools acquired allow for easy entry into the world of
work. Graduates in the area of Civil Engineering typically find employment
in professional firms and companies in the construction and management
of buildings, infrastructure, plants and works for the management and
control of water and energy resources.

Graduates in the area of Environmental Engineering, on the other hand,
typically find employment in professional firms, companies, public bodies
(municipalities, regions, civil protection) and private organisations in the
design and management of distribution networks, environmental and
territorial control and monitoring systems, hydraulic territorial protection
and soil conservation, water purification and remediation of contaminated
sites, waste disposal, and the use of water and energy resources.

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The members of the Study Course Councils (CdS) are defined annually on the basis of the prevailing teaching loads.
Each Council is assisted in the planning and/or revision of the educational offering by a Steering Committee, which meets at least once a year.
 

The Degree Course in Civil and Environmental Engineering is an open-access course; however, all students wishing to enrol are required to take an entrance test (TOLC - Test d'Entrance) to verify their initial preparation.

The Degree Course in Civil and Environmental Engineering -Environmental Curriculum has established the obligation for all students to compile a study plan. The study plan must be submitted during the third year of the course, roughly between October and November (dates to be confirmed each year).
Compilation must normally be carried out via the Web on Esse3, at www.esse3.unimore.it, under the heading "Career Plan", and only in special cases in hard copy using the special form available from the Engineering Student Secretariat (Via Campi 213/b).

Please note that a student who has not completed his or her study plan within the prescribed period will be assigned a compulsory standard study plan that will become his or her actual plan.

Standard study plan for cohorts* of students enrolled in the academic year
2020/2021.

The study plan must include, in addition to compulsory educational activities, educational activities of the student's choice (15 CFU) and other activities (3 CFU), pursuant to Article 10, paragraph 5, letter d of DM270, for a total of 18 CFU, choosing them from those envisaged by the Course of Studies as optional.

Students who have not completed their study plan within the prescribed period are assigned a standard-statutory study plan, which becomes their compulsory plan and which envisages the following subjects for the acquisition of the 18 CFU as electives: CAD, Advanced English, Environmental Law, Contracts, Procurement and Civil Works Law.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION ON ONLINE COMPILATION

There are two alternatives for filling in the online plan, which can be viewed
once you have entered the Esse3 personal area, under the heading
Career plan:

  1. a 'plan scheme' - APPR - whereby the completed plan is automatically
    approved: in this scheme, only the courses offered by the Civil and
    Environmental Engineering degree course are proposed, and everyone will
    see the choices provided by their own curriculum (Civil or Environmental);
  2. an 'outline plan' - PROP - which instead remains in a state of evaluation
    (it must be approved by the Course Council) and which must only be
    chosen by:
  • students coming from a transfer/transfer from another degree
    course/university who have had optional examinations already
    approved by a resolution of their degree course council and uploaded
    onto their electronic transcript. Only in the case in which the cfu of
    the transfer resolution exceeds 21 cfu (the PROP plan foresees a
    183 cfu limit), the compilation of the plan must be carried out by
    means of the special paper form available at the Student Secretariat
    in via Campi 213/b, to be returned before the deadline during the
    reception hours.
  • students who have taken optional examinations in Erasmus that have already been approved by their degree course council and uploaded onto their electronic transcript;
  • students who are sure to participate in the Formula Student project, after having asked the Student secretariat to upload the teaching activity to the booklet;
  • students who wish to take extra-attendance examinations in Environmental Studies, after having asked the Student secretariat to upload the teaching activities to their transcripts; it is advisable, if you intend to take extra-attendance examinations, to obtain prior information from the President of the Degree Course, to avoid incurring non-approval, which would result in the case in which the extra-attendance examinations have already been taken NOT being able to consider them in your career (since they will be considered supernumerary) and with the need therefore to take further
    examinations.

Plans in PROP status will be evaluated by the Course Council following the deadline for plan compilation.

The student will be contacted if the plan is rejected for re-filling.

The degree course in Civil and Environmental Engineering - Civil curriculum has established the obligation for all students to compile a study plan. The study plan must be submitted during the third year of the course, roughly between October and November (dates to be confirmed each year).

Compilation must normally be done via the Web on Esse3, at
www.esse3.unimore.it , under the heading "Career Plan", and only in
special cases in paper form using the special form distributed at the
Engineering Student Secretariat (Via Campi 213/b).

Please note that a student who has not completed his or her study plan within the prescribed period will be assigned a compulsory standard study plan that will become his or her actual plan.

Standard study plan for cohorts* of students enrolled in the academic years 2019/2020 and 2020/2021.

The study plan must include, in addition to compulsory educational activities, educational activities of the student's choice (15 CFU) and other
activities (3 CFU), pursuant to Article 10, paragraph 5, letter d of DM270, for a total of 18 CFU, choosing them from those envisaged by the Course
of Studies as optional. Students who have not completed their study plan within the prescribed period are assigned a standard-statutory study plan, which becomes their compulsory plan and which provides for the following teachings for the acquisition of the 18 CFU as electives: Internship/Design Activities, Advanced English, Legislation on Public Works and Safety at Work, Numerical Calculus.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION ON THE ONLINE COMPILATION

The online plan can be completed in two ways, which can be viewed once you have entered the Esse3 personal area, under the heading Career plan:

  1. an 'outline plan'-APPR-which stipulates that the completed plan will be
    automatically approved: in this pathway, only the courses offered by the
    Civil and Environmental Engineering degree course are proposed, and
    everyone will see the choices provided by their own curriculum (Civil or
    Environmental);
  2. an 'outline plan'-PROP- which instead remains in a state of evaluation (it
    must be approved by the Course Council) and is only to be chosen by:
  • students coming from a transfer/transfer from another degree course/university who have had optional examinations already approved by a resolution of their degree course council and uploaded onto their electronic transcript. Only in the event that the cfu of the passage/transfer resolution exceeds 21 cfu (the PROP plan foresees a 183 cfu limit), the plan must be filled in using the special paper form available at the Student Secretariat in via Campi 213/b, to be returned before the deadline during reception hours;
  • students who have taken optional examinations in Erasmus that have already been approved by their degree course council and uploaded onto their electronic transcript;
  • students who are sure to participate in the Formula Student project, after having asked the Student secretariat to upload the teaching activity to the booklet;
  • students who wish to take extra-attendance examinations in Civil Law, after having asked the Student secretariat to upload the didactic activity to their transcripts; it is advisable, if you intend to take extra- attendance examinations, to obtain prior information from the President of the Degree Course, to avoid incurring non-approval, which would lead, in the event that the extra-attendance examinations have already been taken, to NOT being able to consider them in your career (since they will be considered supernumerary) and thus requiring you to take further examinations.

Plans in PROP status will be evaluated by the Course Council following the deadline for plan compilation.

The student will be contacted if the plan is rejected for re-filling.

This document illustrates the final exam for students enrolled in courses under DM270/04 and describes the procedure to be followed in order to be admitted.

The final examination is a public oral test aimed at ascertaining the
achievement of the specific educational objectives of the degree course. It
may consist of:

  • a) in the presentation and discussion of a report on the activity carried out during the internship - under the supervision of a lecturer/researcher - in industries, companies or external bodies, on the basis of appropriate agreements;
  • b) in the presentation and discussion of a report on the activity carried out - under the supervision of a lecturer/researcher - at research laboratories of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia or of other public or private research bodies, on the basis of specific agreements;
  • c) in the presentation and discussion of a paper on topics related to subjects in the study plan, assigned by a lecturer/researcher.

The Final Examination may be taken in a foreign language, agreed in advance with the President of the CCdS. In this case, an extended summary of the work/activity carried out in Italian must also be prepared. Students, after having obtained no less than 140 CFU, choose the title of their Final Examination from a list available on the web.

Tutoring, in compliance with the provisions of Article 13 of Law 341/90, is a service designed to assist students enrolled at university throughout their studies, removing obstacles to successful course attendance and encouraging active participation in university life.

The tutor is a point of reference to whom one can turn for advice, for help in getting into one's studies and for all forms of assistance aimed at making university studies more effective and productive.

The tutor teacher in particular can provide methodological and didactic support, aimed at overcoming learning difficulties (e.g. preparing for an exam, relating the contents of the various disciplines, clarifying doubts on study subjects) or can contact students in difficulty directly to propose support actions arranged by the University.

Environmental Engineering Curriculum, Civil Engineering Curriculum

(for courses of study organised according to DM 270/04).

Compulsory propaedeuticities are defined for each course with the aim of facilitating full enjoyment of the teaching provided.

The active compulsory propaedeuticities for the cohort* of students enrolling in the a.y. 2024/25, 2022/2023 and 2023/24 are:

Mathematical Analysis I1OFA
Mathematical Analysis II1OFA
General Physics1OFA
Fundamentals of Chemistry1 
Fundamentals of Chemistry for the Environment1 
Applied Geology1 
Geometry and Linear Algebra1OFA
Informatics1 
English1 
Technical Physics2Mathematical Analysis I, General Physics
Geomatics2 
Hydraulics and Hydraulic Constructions2 
Sanitary - Environmental Engineering2Mathematical Analysis I, General Physics, Fundamentals of Chemistry
Rational Mechanics2Mathematical Analysis I
Construction Science2 
Applied Materials Chemistry (Environmental Curr.)3Fundamentals of Chemistry, Fundamentals of Chemistry for the Evironment, English
Geotechnics3English
Sanitary - Environmental Treatment Plants3Sanitary Engineering - Environmental, English
Advanced English3English
Energy Machines and Systems (Environmental curr.)3Technical Physics, English
Structure Projects for Environmental Engineering3English

The compulsory propaedeuticities active in the academic year a.y. 2021/2022 are:

Technical Physics (2nd year)General Physics, Mathematical Analysis I
Sanitary - Environmental Engineering (2nd year)Mathematical Analysis I, General Physics, Fundamentals of Chemistry (Part I)
Rational Mechanics and Statistics (2nd year)Mathematical Analysis I
Sanitary-Environmental Treatment Plants (3rd year)Sanitary Engineering - Environmental, English
Advanced English (Year III)English
Geotechnics (3rd year)English
Applied Materials Chemistry (3rd year)Fundamentals of Chemistry, English
Structure Projects for Environmental Engineering (Year III)English
Energy Machines and Systems (3rd year)English, Technical Physics


The compulsory propaedeuticities active in the academic year a.y. 2020/2021 and a.y. 2019/2020 are:

Technical Physics (2nd year)General Physics, Mathematical Analysis I
Sanitary - Environmental Engineering (2nd year)Mathematical Analysis I, General Physics, Fundamentals of Chemistry (Part I)
Rational Mechanics and Statistics (2nd year)Mathematical Analysis I
Sanitary-Environmental Treatment Plants (3rd year)Sanitary Engineering - Environmental, English
Advanced English (Year III)English
Geotechnics (3rd year)English
Applied Materials Chemistry (3rd year)Fundamentals of Chemistry, English
Structure Projects for Environmental Engineering (Year III)English
Energy Machines and Systems (3rd year)English

Added to these is the OFA, which is compulsory propaedeuticity for all MAT/xx and FIS/xx subjects in Year 1.

If you have any doubts about the propaedeuticities active in previous academic years, please contact the Student secretariat.

*A cohort of students is defined as the set of students who, having matriculated in an Academic Year (A.A.) or enrolled in the first year from another School, Department or University, or enrolled in the first year as repeat students, follow the normal Bachelor's degree course over the three years.

A cohort defined as above may acquire new elements (students coming from other cohorts, Cohorts, Departments or Universities and enrolled gradually in the second or third year) or lose elements (students who do not pass the admission requirements for the second year and join subsequent cohorts). Each student is bound to the subjects and the relative programmes of the year in which he/she is enrolled, as set out in the Study Manifesto for each academic year, while he/she must consider only in indicative terms the subjects of the following years proposed by the Study Manifesto, since they are subject to possible revisions and
modifications before the formulation of the Manifesto for the following academic year.

(for courses of study organised according to DM 270/04).

Compulsory propaedeuticities are defined for each course with the aim of facilitating full enjoyment of the teaching provided. They may be revised before the beginning of each academic year.

The active compulsory propaedeuticities for the cohort* of students
enrolling in the a.y. 2024/25, 2022/2023 and 2023/24 are:

Mathematical Analysis I1OFA
Mathematical Analysis II1OFA
Drawing and CAD1 
General Physics1OFA
Fundamentals of Chemistry1 
Applied Geology1 
Geometry1OFA
Informatics1 
English1 
Applied Chemistry in Materials (curr. Civil)2Fundamentals of Chemistry
Technical Physics2Mathematical Analysis I, General Physics
Geomatics2 
Hydraulics and Hydraulic Constructions2 
Rational Mechanics2Mathematical Analysis I
Construction Science2 
Complements of Construction Science (curr. Civil)3Mathematical Analysis I, English
Dynamics of Structures (curr. Civil)3Geometry, English
Geotechnics3English
Advanced English3English
Construction Technology (Civil Engineering)3English

The compulsory propaedeuticities for the cohorts* of students who
matriculated in the a.y. 2021/2022 are:

I YEAR 2021/2022    
Mathematical Analysis I  MAT/05  I  9  Ofa
Chemistry  CHIM/07  I  6   
Informatics  ING-INF/05  I  6   
Applied Geology  GEO/05  I  6   
Mathematical Analysis II  MAT/05  II  9  Ofa
Drawing  ICAR/17  II  6   
General Physics  FIS/01  II  9  Ofa
Geometry  MAT/03  II  9  Ofa
English  L-LIN/12  II  3   
II ACTIVE YEAR 2022/2023    
Technical Physics  ING-IND/10  I  9  Mathematical Analysis I, General Physics
Hydraulics and Hydraulic Constructions  ICAR/02  I  9   
Rational Mechanics  MAT/07  I  9  Mathematical Analysis I
Geomatics  ICAR/06  II9   
Applied Materials Chemistry  ING-IND/22  II  9  Chemistry
Construction Science  ICAR/08  II  9   
III ACTIVE YEAR 2023/2024    
Geotechnics  ICAR/07  I  9  English
Construction Technology  ICAR/09  I  12  English
Dynamics of Structures  ICAR/08  III  12  English, Geometry
Construction Science Complements  ICAR/08  III  9  English
Advanced English  L-LIN/12  II  3  English

OFAs for all MAT and FIS subjects in the first year (Mathematical Analysis I, Mathematical Analysis II, General Physics, Geometry)

The compulsory propaedeuticities for the cohorts* of students who
matriculated in the a.y. 2020/2021 and a.y. 2019/2020 are:

INSEGNAMENTOSSDSEMCFUPROPEDEUTICITA’
I YEAR 2019/2020    
Mathematical Analysis I  MAT/05  I  9  Ofa
Chemistry  CHIM/07  I  6   
Informatics  ING-INF/05  I  6   
Applied Geology  GEO/05  I  6   
Mathematical Analysis II  MAT/05  II  9  Ofa
Drawing  ICAR/17  II  6   
General Physics  FIS/01  II  9  Ofa
Geometry  MAT/03  II  9  Ofa
English  L-LIN/12  II  3   
II ACTIVE YEAR 2020/2021    
Technical Physics  ING-IND/10  I  9  Mathematical Analysis I, General Physics
Hydraulics and Hydraulic Constructions  ICAR/02  I9   
Rational Mechanics  MAT/07  I  9  Mathematical Analysis I
Geomatics  ICAR/06  II  9   
Applied Materials Chemistry  ING-IND/22  II  9  Chemistry
Construction Science  ICAR/08  II  9   
III ACTIVE YEAR 2021/2022    
Geotechnics  ICAR/07  I  9  English
Construction Technology  ICAR/09  I  12  English
Dynamics of Structures  ICAR/08  III  12  English, Geometry
Complements of Construction Science  ICAR/08  III  9  English
Advanced English  L-LIN/12  II  3  English

The mandatory propaedeuticities for the cohorts* of students who
matriculated in the 2017/2018 and 2018/2019 academic years are:

Technical Physics (2nd year)  General Physics, Mathematical Analysis I
Rational Mechanics and Statistics (2nd year)  Mathematical Analysis I
Applied Materials Chemistry (2nd year)  Chemistry
Structural Dynamics (Year III)  Geometry, English
Advanced English (Year III  English
Geotechnics (3rd year)  English
Construction technology (3rd year)  English
Technical Physics (2nd year)  General Physics, Mathematical Analysis I

Added to these is the OFA, which is compulsory propaedeuticity for all MAT/xx and FIS/xx subjects in Year 1.

The mandatory propaedeuticities for the cohort* of students who
matriculated in the 2016/17 academic year are:

Technical Physics (2nd year)  General Physics
Hydraulics and Hydraulic Construction (Year II)  Mathematical Analysis I
Rational Mechanics and Statistics (2nd year)  Mathematical Analysis I
Applied Materials Chemistry (2nd year)  Chemistry
Structural Dynamics (Year III)  Geometry, English
Advanced English (Year III)  English
Geotechnics  English
Construction technology (3rd year)  English
Complements of construction science (3rd year)  English

Added to these is the OFA, which is compulsory propaedeuticity for all MAT/xx and FIS/xx subjects in Year 1.

Archive Propedeuticit

The mandatory propaedeuticities for the cohort* of students who matriculated in the 2015/2016 academic year are:

Technical Physics (2nd year)  General Physics
Hydraulics and Hydraulic Construction (Year II)  Mathematical Analysis I
Structural Dynamics (Year III)  Geometry, English
Advanced English (Year III)  English
Geotechnics  English
Construction technology (3rd year)  English
Complements of construction science (3rd year)  English

Added to these is the OFA, which is compulsory propaedeuticity for all
MAT/xx and FIS/xx subjects in Year 1.

The mandatory propaedeuticities for the cohort* of students who
matriculated in the 2014/2015 academic year are:

Technical Physics (2nd year)  General Physics
Hydraulics and Hydraulic Construction (Year II)  Mathematical Analysis I
Geomatics (2nd year)  Mathematical Analysis II
Structural Dynamics (Year III)  Geometry, English
Advanced English (Year III)  English
Geotechnics (3rd year)  English
Construction technology (3rd year)  English
Complements of construction science (3rd year)  English

Added to these is the OFA, which is compulsory propaedeuticity for all
MAT/xx and FIS/xx subjects in Year 1.

Starting with the cohort that matriculated in A.A. 2014/15, compulsory
English propaedeuticity was added for all compulsory examinations in Year
III, as shown in the table (Didactic Commission of 12/03/2014).

The following propaedeuticities are to be applied from the cohort of
students enrolled in the 2010/11 academic year in the Civil and
Environmental Engineering - Civil Engineering curriculum and up to the
2013/14 cohort.

Technical Physics  General Physics
Hydraulics and Hydraulic Constructions  Mathematical Analysis I
Geomatics  Mathematical Analysis II
Dynamics of Structures  Geometry
Advanced English  English

Added to these is the OFA, which is compulsory propaedeuticity for all
MAT/xx and FIS/xx subjects in Year 1.
 
* A cohort of students is defined as the set of students who, having
matriculated in an Academic Year (A.A.) or enrolled in the first year coming
from another CoS, Department or University, or enrolled in the first year as
repeat students, follow the normal course of the bachelor degree over the
three years.
A cohort defined as above may acquire new elements (students coming
from other cohorts, Study Centres, Departments or Universities and
enrolled gradually in the second or third year) or lose elements (students
who do not pass the admission requirements for the second year and join
the subsequent cohorts). Each student is bound to the subjects and the
relative programmes of the year in which he/she is enrolled, as set out in
the Study Manifesto for each academic year, while he/she must consider
only in indicative terms the subjects of the following years proposed by the
Study Manifesto, since they are subject to possible revisions and
modifications before the formulation of the Manifesto for the following
academic year.

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