Programme

The MSc programme CME consists of three blocks: a general block, a specialization block and a final project.
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

CME Programme at each location

The study programme is composed as follows:

  • Core programme (compulsory courses), 28 – 37,5 EC
  • Specialism-related courses and electives, 50 – 56 EC
  • Graduation work, 32 – 40 EC

The core programmes provide an introduction and the necessary base of the programme. The specializations and elective courses block allow students to narrow their focus to one of the key areas of expertise offered by the three universities.

The last part of the MSc programme is the final project (thesis), in which students gain individual hands-on experience in the analysis of complex construction techniques and the exploration of models for integrated solutions. As before, this project is problem-oriented, but takes the form of an in-depth research and design assignment.

Each location has its own timetable and specializations. For more information about the programmes at each location and its specialization courses, please take a look in the CME study guide.

CME Programme at each location

The study programme is composed as follows:

  • Core programme (compulsory courses), 28 – 37,5 EC
  • Specialism-related courses and electives, 50 – 56 EC
  • Graduation work, 32 – 40 EC

The core programmes provide an introduction and the necessary base of the programme. The specializations and elective courses block allow students to narrow their focus to one of the key areas of expertise offered by the three universities.

The last part of the MSc programme is the final project (thesis), in which students gain individual hands-on experience in the analysis of complex construction techniques and the exploration of models for integrated solutions. As before, this project is problem-oriented, but takes the form of an in-depth research and design assignment.

Each location has its own timetable and specializations. For more information about the programmes at each location and its specialization courses, please take a look in the CME study guide.

Programme

CME Programme at each location

The study programme is composed as follows:

  • Core programme (compulsory courses), 28 – 37,5 EC
  • Specialism-related courses and electives, 50 – 56 EC
  • Graduation work, 32 – 40 EC

The core programmes provide an introduction and the necessary base of the programme. The specializations and elective courses block allow students to narrow their focus to one of the key areas of expertise offered by the three universities.

The last part of the MSc programme is the final project (thesis), in which students gain individual hands-on experience in the analysis of complex construction techniques and the exploration of models for integrated solutions. As before, this project is problem-oriented, but takes the form of an in-depth research and design assignment.

Each location has its own timetable and specializations. For more information about the programmes at each location and its specialization courses, please take a look in the CME study guide.

CME Programme at each location

The study programme is composed as follows:

  • Core programme (compulsory courses), 28 – 37,5 EC
  • Specialism-related courses and electives, 50 – 56 EC
  • Graduation work, 32 – 40 EC

The core programmes provide an introduction and the necessary base of the programme. The specializations and elective courses block allow students to narrow their focus to one of the key areas of expertise offered by the three universities.

The last part of the MSc programme is the final project (thesis), in which students gain individual hands-on experience in the analysis of complex construction techniques and the exploration of models for integrated solutions. As before, this project is problem-oriented, but takes the form of an in-depth research and design assignment.

Each location has its own timetable and specializations. For more information about the programmes at each location and its specialization courses, please take a look in the CME study guide.