Civil Engineering (M.Sc.)

Ateneo ENG

Civil engineers are technical experts who contribute to the planning, implementation, management and maintenance of environmentally sustainable works necessary for the advancement of society. Engineers can operate in various settings, assist in the planning, production, management and organization of projects, providing technical-commercial assistance to companies, performing impact assessments and risk analyses, and managing preventive and emergency security. Their work can be performed as self-employed professionals with public works or services companies, or in public administrations. They are responsible for residential and industrial buildings, bridges and viaducts, dams, harbor and maritime works, aqueducts, roads, railways and airports. They are also involved in waste management and treatment systems, waste water purification plants, environmental impact assessments, soil protection against hydrogeological risks, the treatment of pollutants, materials recycling, and energy management and protection. These professional competencies are closely connected to the local territory and today, as in the past, this degree prepares students for direct entry employment. 

Civil Engineering (M.Sc.)

The Master of Science in Civil Engineering of the University of San Marino Republic is organized in collaboration with the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and it meets the needs of an area where there are business and professional dynamic realities strongly developed in the construction and infrastructure sector.


I year  
First term Second term
Science and Technology of Building Materials Economic Management of Tenders
Theory of Elasticity Hydraulic infrastructures and hydraulic constructions for environment protection
Theory of Structures  Road Materials and ecofriendly construction techniques
  Structure Projects in seismic areas
II year  
First term Second term

Seismic engineering 


Geomatics for environmental and structures monitoring 

Free choice exams 

Computational mechanics

Final exam