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Double Master's Degree in Civil Engineering - Professional track (ETSECCPB) and Supply Chain, Transport & Mobility Management (ETSEIB)

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The Double Master's Degree in:


  • Civil Engineering (MsDCE)
  • Supply Chain, Transport & Mobility Management (MsDSCTMM)

aims to respond to the job market demand for professionals who are competent in the field of transport and mobility, in the broadest sense. Not only from the infrastructural point of view but also from the management and services sectors, while opening up new professional perspectives for graduates in the field of logistics and supply chain management.

Academic year 2020-2021 starts 1st semester (Q1): September 2020
2nd semester (Q2): February 2021
Duration
  • Direct admission: 3 to 3.5 academic years*
  • Admission for MsDCE/MsDSCTMM students: 2 to 2.5 academic years*

*The duration of the studies depends on the chosen specialty and the means of access (see Admission tab below).

Study load From 175 to 200 ECTS (depending on the chosen specialty and including the master's thesis)
Delivery On-campus
Language
  • MsDCE: Spanish, Catalan & English
  • MsDSCTMM: Spanish & English
Minimum academic progress The minimum academic progress for first year students is 45 ECTS. Students must complete the master's program in up to 3 years.
Students wishing to withdraw from the double degree will go back to their master's degree programme of origin.
Under-achievement will lead to the student's withdrawal from the double degree programme.
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Official degree

Master's Degree in Civil Engineering (MsDCE) ‐ Specialty in Transport & Urbanism Engineering
Master's Degree in Supply Chain, Transport & Mobility Management (MsDSCTMM) ‐ Specialty in Transport & Mobility or Specialty in Supply Chain

Participating schools
Fees

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Academic coordinators

Means of admission

There are three different means to access the double degree:

  • 1st mean: Direct admission to the double degree (prior admission to one of the two master's degrees is necessary)
    Applicants must have completed a bachelor's degree granting access to either of the two master's degrees, including the additional training courses necessary. By this mean, students would start the first year of the double degree.
  • 2nd mean: Admission through the MsDCE
    Applicants must have completed their first year of the MsDCE to access the double degree. By this mean, students would access the second year of the double degree.
  • 3rd mean: Admission through the MsDSCTMM
    Applicants must have completed their first year of the MsDCE to access the double degree and meet all the admission requirements of the MsDCE, including the additional training courses necessary. By this mean, students would access the second year of the double degree.

2020-2021 Admission

1st, 2nd & 3rd means: Should you be interested in applying for the double degree and wish to start in the 2020-2021 academic year, please contact us by email at admissions.masters.camins@upc, from September 1st till September 8th 2020, and we will inform you about the procedure.

Admission criteria

The admission process will be done jointly by both schools, in a specific commission.

The application for admission to the double master's program will be made according to the calendar established by each centre, before the ordinary enrolment period.

If the number of applications exceeds the number of places offered in the academic year, these will be ordered according to the academic record, accessing the program those students with the best grades. Priority will be given to the students who access the double degree through the 1st mean (direct access to the double degree) described in the previous section.

To access the double degree, students must be admitted to the other master's degree at an individual level, meeting the pertinent criteria and with the training supplements stipulated in each case. In particular, the admission criteria to the MsDSCTMM are part of the admission criteria to the MsDCE, thus admission to the latter implies meeting a greater number of requirements. Taking this into account, it is concluded that any student who meets the MsDCE admission requirements, with the necessary training complements, may be admitted to the double degree.

You can find all the information about the admission criteria, on the websites of the schools teaching the master's degrees (MsDCE (Admission > Admission criteria) and MsDSCTMM).

There is no information available at the moment.
2020-2021 academic year
For more information on course groups, coordinators and codes check the printer version of the curriculum.

Specialty in Transport & Mobility

TRACK 1

COURSES

ECTS

First year
Fall semester
Mandatory courses MsDCE
250401 - Mechanics of continua 9
250402 - Numerical modelling 9
250403 - Structural analysis 7,5
250404 - Hydraulic infrastructure 4,5
Spring semester
Mandatory courses MsDCE
250405 - Structural engineering 6
250406 - Computational engineering 6
250407 - Geomechanical & geotechnical engineering 6
250408 - Water engineering 6
250409 - Planning & management of transportation 6
Second year
Fall semester
Mandatory courses MsDSCTMM
Introduction to supply chain 5
Modelling of transport systems & logistics 5
Transport systems operations & logistics 5
Data analysis of transport & logistics 5
Quantitative methods in supply chain 5
Transport economics 5
Spring semester
Mandatory courses MsDSCTMM
Economy & legislation in transport & logistics 5
Demand of transportation systems 5
Elective courses MsDCE for the specialty in Transport & Urbanism
250452 - High-speed rail line management 5
250451 - Road network planning & operation 5
Elective courses MsDSCTMM mandatory for the specialty in Transport & Mobility
Optimization models of transport networks 5
Public transport* 5
Third year
Fall semester
Elective courses MsDCE for the specialty in Transport & Urbanism
250450 - Urban mobility* 5
250453 - Urban planning & urban service infrastructure 5
Elective courses MsDSCTMM mandatory for the specialty in Transport & Mobility
Transport of goods 5
Traffic 5
Spring semester
Master’s thesis 40

TRACK 2

COURSES

ECTS

First year
Fall semester
Mandatory courses MsDSCTMM
Introduction to supply chain 5
Modelling of transport systems & logistics 5
Transport systems operations & logistics 5
Data analysis of transport & logistics 5
Quantitative methods in supply chain 5
Transport economics 5
Spring semester
Mandatory courses MsDSCTMM
Economy & legislation in transport & logistics 5
Demand of transportation systems 5
Elective courses MsDCE for the specialty in Transport & Urbanism
250452 - High-speed rail line management 5
250451 - Road network planning & operation 5
Elective courses MsDSCTMM mandatory for the specialty in Transport & Mobility
Optimization models of transport networks 5
Public transport* 5
Second year
Fall semester
Mandatory courses MsDCE
250401 - Mechanics of continua 9
250402 - Numerical modelling 9
250403 - Structural analysis 7,5
250404 - Hydraulic infrastructure 4,5
Spring semester
Mandatory courses MsDCE
250405 - Structural engineering 6
250406 - Computational engineering 6
250407 - Geomechanical & geotechnical engineering 6
250408 - Water engineering 6
250409 - Planning & management of transportation 6
Third year
Fall semester
Elective courses MsDCE for the specialty in Transport & Urbanism
250450 - Urban mobility* 5
250453 - Urban planning & urban service infrastructure 5
Elective courses MsDSCTMM mandatory for the specialty in Transport & Mobility
Transport of goods 5
Traffic 5
Spring semester
Master’s thesis 40
* In Tracks 1 and 2, from the courses "Public transport" and "Urban mobility", students must only choose one.

Specialty in Supply Chain

TRACK 3

COURSES

ECTS

First year
Fall semester
Mandatory courses MsDCE
250401 - Mechanics of continua 9
250402 - Numerical modelling 9
250403 - Structural analysis 7,5
250404 - Hydraulic infrastructure 4,5
Spring semester
Mandatory courses MsDCE
250405 - Structural engineering 6
250406 - Computational engineering 6
250407 - Geomechanical & geotechnical engineering 6
250408 - Water engineering 6
250409 - Planning & management of transportation 6
Second year
Fall semester
Mandatory courses MsDSCTMM
Introduction to supply chain 5
Modelling of transport systems & logistics 5
Transport systems operations & logistics 5
Data analysis of transport & logistics 5
Quantitative methods in supply chain 5
Transport economics 5
Spring semester
Mandatory courses MsDSCTMM
Economy & legislation in transport & logistics 5
Demand of transportation systems 5
Elective courses MsDCE for the specialty in Transport & Urbanism
250452 - High-speed rail line management 5
250451 - Road network planning & operation 5
Process description & improvement 4
Operations management 6
Third year
Fall semester
Elective courses MsDCE for the specialty in Transport & Urbanism
250450 - Urban mobility* 5
250453 - Urban planning & urban service infrastructure 5
Elective courses MsDSCTMM mandatory for the specialty in Supply Chain
Supply chain design 6
Operations management II 4
Elective courses MsDSCTMM for the specialty in Supply Chain 10 ECTS
Spring semester
Elective courses MsDSCTMM for the specialty in Supply Chain 10 ECTS
Master’s thesis 25
Fourth year
Fall semester
Mandatory courses
Master’s thesis 15

TRACK 4

COURSES

ECTS

First year
Fall semester
Mandatory courses MsDSCTMM
Introduction to supply chain 5
Modelling of transport systems & logistics 5
Transport systems operations & logistics 5
Data analysis of transport & logistics 5
Quantitative methods in supply chain 5
Transport economics 5
Spring semester
Mandatory courses MsDSCTMM
Economy & legislation in transport & logistics 5
Demand of transportation systems 5
Elective courses MsDCE for the specialty in Transport & Urbanism
250452 - High-speed rail line management 5
250451 - Road network planning & operation 5
Process description & improvement 4
Operations management 6
Second year
Fall semester
Mandatory courses MsDCE
250401 - Mechanics of continua 9
250402 - Numerical modelling 9
250403 - Structural analysis 7,5
250404 - Hydraulic infrastructure 4,5
Spring semester
Mandatory courses MsDCE
250405 - Structural engineering 6
250406 - Computational engineering 6
250407 - Geomechanical & geotechnical engineering 6
250408 - Water engineering 6
250409 - Planning & management of transportation 6
Third year
Fall semester
Elective courses MsDCE for the specialty in Transport & Urbanism
250450 - Urban mobility* 5
250453 - Urban planning & urban service infrastructure 5
Elective courses MsDSCTMM mandatory for the specialty in Supply Chain
Supply chain design 6
Operations management II 4
Elective courses MsDSCTMM for the specialty in Supply Chain (10 ECTS)
Spring semester
Elective courses MsDSCTMM for the specialty in Supply Chain (10 ECTS)
Master’s thesis 25
Fourth year
Fall semester
Master’s thesis 15
Elective courses MsDSCTMM for the specialty in Supply Chain (Tracks 3 and 4)

COURSES

ECTS

Sector strategies in supply chain 5
Information systems & TICs in supply chain 5
Information systems 6
Management & cost control 4,5
Packaging 5
Business administration & management 5
Storage & provision 5

Students enrolled at UPC for the Double Master's Degree in MsDCE-MsDSCTMM can access the following information:

There is no available information for the moment.

The Master's Thesis is an original exercise to be done individually and presented and defended before a university pannel consisting in a project in the sphere of the specific civil engineering technologies synthesising and integrating the competences acquired on the course.

List of master's theses currently scheduled for public presentation:

As this is a new degree, there is no information available at the moment.