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Courses for V Programme and Class H11

Civil Engineering  H11 

Study Year 1, Academic Year 2011/12 (Mandatory Courses)

Course Code Link to complete information about the course; study periods, programmes etc. Credits Cycle G1: Basic level
G2: Upper basic level
A: Advanced level
S.Ex. stud. The course is suitable for incoming exchange students. Language Language of the course:
E: The course is given in English
E1: The course is given in English upon request
E2: The course may be given in English
S: The course is given in Swedish
Course Name Foot­note Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
  11/12
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F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions)
VTGA01 4 G1 - S Engineering Geology KS KE U W T
FMAA05 15 G1 - S Calculus in One Variable KS KE U W T
VTVA10 4 G1 - S Engineering Skills with CAD KS KE U W T
FAFA45 7.5 G1 - S Thermodynamics with Applications KS KE U W T
VBM012 6 G1 - S Building Materials KS KE U W T
FMA420 6 G1 - S Linear Algebra KS KE U W T
VBFA01 10 G1 - S Building Technology and Building Services KS KE U W T 18 54 0 0 55
VSM010 7.5 G1 - S Mechanics, Basic Course KS KE U W T 42 42 0 0 116

Study Year 2, Academic Year 2012/13 (Mandatory Courses)

Course Code Link to complete information about the course; study periods, programmes etc. Credits Cycle G1: Basic level
G2: Upper basic level
A: Advanced level
S.Ex. stud. The course is suitable for incoming exchange students. Language Language of the course:
E: The course is given in English
E1: The course is given in English upon request
E2: The course may be given in English
S: The course is given in Swedish
Course Name Foot­note Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
  12/13
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12/13
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12/13
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F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions)
FMA430 6 G1 - S Calculus in Several Variables KS KE U W T 50 28 4 0 90
FMI031 6 G2 - S Environmental Science, Especially Environmental Chemistry KS KE U W T 36 0 14 2 108
MIO012 6 G1 - S Managerial Economics, Basic Course KS KE U W T 50 12 4 1 94
VSMA05 8 G1 - S Structural Mechanics KS KE U W T 38 52 2 0 121
FMN140 6 G2 - S Scientific Computing KS KE U W T 28 0 28 1 50 2 0 10 1 41
VBEA10 5 G1 - S The Construction Process KS KE U W T 26 26 8 0 73
VBK013 9 G2 - S Structural Engineering, Basic Course KS KE U W T 26 32 0 1 61 26 32 0 1 61
VVR145 9 G1 - E2 Water KS KE U W T 38 24 0 0 92 14 12 1 0 59
VVAF01 5 G2 - S Water and Wastewater Technology KS KE U W T 24 22 4 0 83

Study Year 3, Academic Year 2013/14 (Mandatory Courses)

Course Code Link to complete information about the course; study periods, programmes etc. Credits Cycle G1: Basic level
G2: Upper basic level
A: Advanced level
S.Ex. stud. The course is suitable for incoming exchange students. Language Language of the course:
E: The course is given in English
E1: The course is given in English upon request
E2: The course may be given in English
S: The course is given in Swedish
Course Name Foot­note Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
  13/14
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13/14
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13/14
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13/14
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F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions)
VGMF15 5 G2 - S Geodetic Surveying KS KE U W T 24 14 8 0 87
VVBF20 5 G2 - S Road Construction KS KE U W T 18 20 10 0 87
VGTF05 5 G2 - S Soil Mechanics KS KE U W T 22 16 2 0 93
FMS032 7.5 G2 - S Mathematical Statistics, Basic Course KS KE U W T 28 28 12 0 120
VTTF01 7.5 G2 - S Traffic Engineering KS KE U W T 36 28 0 0 136

Study Year 3, Academic Year 2013/14 (Elective Mandatory Courses)

Course Code Link to complete information about the course; study periods, programmes etc. Credits Cycle G1: Basic level
G2: Upper basic level
A: Advanced level
S.Ex. stud. The course is suitable for incoming exchange students. Language Language of the course:
E: The course is given in English
E1: The course is given in English upon request
E2: The course may be given in English
S: The course is given in Swedish
Course Name Foot­note Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
  13/14
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13/14
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13/14
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13/14
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F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions)
VVBF10 7.5 G2 - S Economics KS KE U W T 28 6 0 12 158
VSMF05 7.5 G2 - S Engineering Modelling: Analysis of Structures KS KE U W T 16 26 4 0 154
VBEF01 7.5 G2 - S Project Management KS KE U W T 32 40 0 2 126
VTAF01 7.5 G2 - S Sound in Building and Environment KS KE U W T 28 28 4 0 140
VBMF05 7.5 G2 - S Building Material Science KS KE U W T 28 28 20 0 124
VTGF01 7.5 G2 - S Rock Mechanics and Construction KS KE U W T 32 24 20 4 120
VBKF01 7.5 G2 - S Structural Engineering - Building Systems KS KE U W T 24 30 4 2 76
ASBF10 7.5 G2 - S Sustainable Urban Design KS KE U T 50 20 20 0 110

Specialisation at - Infrastructure Engineering

Course Code Link to complete information about the course; study periods, programmes etc. Credits Cycle G1: Basic level
G2: Upper basic level
A: Advanced level
Mand./ Elect. The course is
O = Mandatory,
A = Elective mandatory,
V = Elective, or
E = Externally elective
in the programme and spec.
Year Study year the course belongs to according to normal study plan. From year Students are permitted to read the course from this year of study. S.Ex. stud. The course is suitable for incoming exchange students. Language Language of the course:
E: The course is given in English
E1: The course is given in English upon request
E2: The course may be given in English
S: The course is given in Swedish
Course Name Foot­note Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
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F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions)
VTVN01 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Highway Design KS KE U W T 28 42 0 2 128
VSMN25 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X E1 The Finite Element Method - Flow Analysis KS KE U W T 32 32 0 0 136
VBKN05 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X E1 Concrete Structures KS KE U W T
VTG021 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 X E Groundwater Engineering KS KE U W T
VTVF85 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Railway Design KS KE U W T
VSMN30 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X E1 The Finite Element Method - Structural Analysis KS KE U W T
VBMN10 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Concrete in a Life-cycle Perspective KS KE U W T
VVBN10 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Pavement Design and Construction KS KE U W T
VGTF01 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Foundation Engineering KS KE U W T
VGMF10 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Geodesy KS KE U W T
VVBN05 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 - S Highway Maintenance KS KE U W T 28 40 8 2 122
VBK041 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 X E1 Design of Bridges KS KE U W T 16 20 0 4 60
VBKN10 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 X E1 Risk Management in Construction Technology Applications KS KE U W T
VTGN01 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 4 X E1 Field Investigation Methodology X The course is offered every other academic year and will be given in 2016/17, 2018/19. KS KE U W T Course on hold Course on hold: The course is not given this academic year, but is planned to be given next academic year.

VTGN01 Field Investigation Methodology: The course is offered every other academic year and will be given in 2016/17, 2018/19.

Specialisation bf - Construction Management

Course Code Link to complete information about the course; study periods, programmes etc. Credits Cycle G1: Basic level
G2: Upper basic level
A: Advanced level
Mand./ Elect. The course is
O = Mandatory,
A = Elective mandatory,
V = Elective, or
E = Externally elective
in the programme and spec.
Year Study year the course belongs to according to normal study plan. From year Students are permitted to read the course from this year of study. S.Ex. stud. The course is suitable for incoming exchange students. Language Language of the course:
E: The course is given in English
E1: The course is given in English upon request
E2: The course may be given in English
S: The course is given in Swedish
Course Name Foot­note Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
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F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions)
VBFF01 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Energy Efficiency and Indoor Environment KS KE U W T 28 13 15 10 134
VBEF15 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Technique for Construction Management KS KE U W T 28 56 16 0 100
MTTN01 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Logistics in the Building Process KS KE U W T
VBEF10 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Real Estate Management KS KE U W T
VBFN05 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Energy, Air Movements and Moisture at Rebuilding and Administration KS KE U W T
VVBN10 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Pavement Design and Construction KS KE U W T
VBFN10 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Design concerning Energy, Air Movements and Moisture in New Buildings KS KE U W T
VBEN01 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S The Role of the Construction Client KS KE U W T
VBEN20 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 4 - S Construction Innovation Systems X The course is offered every other academic year and will be given in 2015/16, 2017/18. KS KE U W T 24 24 0 3 149
VVBN05 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 - S Highway Maintenance KS KE U W T 28 40 8 2 122
VBEN15 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 - S Construction Management KS KE U W T
VFR120 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 - S Real Estate Finance KS KE U W T
VBMN05 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 4 - S Moisture Safety in the Building Process X The course is offered every other academic year and will be given in 2016/17, 2018/19. KS KE U W T Course on hold Course on hold: The course is not given this academic year, but is planned to be given next academic year.

VBEN20 Construction Innovation Systems: The course is offered every other academic year and will be given in 2015/16, 2017/18.
VBMN05 Moisture Safety in the Building Process: The course is offered every other academic year and will be given in 2016/17, 2018/19.

Specialisation hb - Building Technology

Course Code Link to complete information about the course; study periods, programmes etc. Credits Cycle G1: Basic level
G2: Upper basic level
A: Advanced level
Mand./ Elect. The course is
O = Mandatory,
A = Elective mandatory,
V = Elective, or
E = Externally elective
in the programme and spec.
Year Study year the course belongs to according to normal study plan. From year Students are permitted to read the course from this year of study. S.Ex. stud. The course is suitable for incoming exchange students. Language Language of the course:
E: The course is given in English
E1: The course is given in English upon request
E2: The course may be given in English
S: The course is given in Swedish
Course Name Foot­note Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
  sp4
F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions)
VBFF01 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Energy Efficiency and Indoor Environment KS KE U W T 28 13 15 10 134
VBEF15 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Technique for Construction Management KS KE U W T 28 56 16 0 100
VTAF05 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 X E1 Acoustics KS KE U W T
VBKN05 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X E1 Concrete Structures KS KE U W T
VBFN05 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Energy, Air Movements and Moisture at Rebuilding and Administration KS KE U W T
VBKN01 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Steel and Timber Structures KS KE U W T
VBFN10 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Design concerning Energy, Air Movements and Moisture in New Buildings KS KE U W T
VGTF01 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Foundation Engineering KS KE U W T
VBEN20 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 4 - S Construction Innovation Systems X The course is offered every other academic year and will be given in 2015/16, 2017/18. KS KE U W T 24 24 0 3 149
VBFN01 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 - S Sustainable Building Technology KS KE U W T 26 14 12 1 147
VBEN15 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 - S Construction Management KS KE U W T
VBKN10 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 X E1 Risk Management in Construction Technology Applications KS KE U W T
VBMN05 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 4 - S Moisture Safety in the Building Process X The course is offered every other academic year and will be given in 2016/17, 2018/19. KS KE U W T Course on hold Course on hold: The course is not given this academic year, but is planned to be given next academic year.

VBEN20 Construction Innovation Systems: The course is offered every other academic year and will be given in 2015/16, 2017/18.
VBMN05 Moisture Safety in the Building Process: The course is offered every other academic year and will be given in 2016/17, 2018/19.

Specialisation ko - Structural Analysis and Design

Course Code Link to complete information about the course; study periods, programmes etc. Credits Cycle G1: Basic level
G2: Upper basic level
A: Advanced level
Mand./ Elect. The course is
O = Mandatory,
A = Elective mandatory,
V = Elective, or
E = Externally elective
in the programme and spec.
Year Study year the course belongs to according to normal study plan. From year Students are permitted to read the course from this year of study. S.Ex. stud. The course is suitable for incoming exchange students. Language Language of the course:
E: The course is given in English
E1: The course is given in English upon request
E2: The course may be given in English
S: The course is given in Swedish
Course Name Foot­note Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
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F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions)
VSMN35 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Beam Theory KS KE U W T 28 38 4 0 130
VSMN25 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X E1 The Finite Element Method - Flow Analysis KS KE U W T 32 32 0 0 136
VBKN05 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X E1 Concrete Structures KS KE U W T
VSMN30 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X E1 The Finite Element Method - Structural Analysis KS KE U W T
VBMN10 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Concrete in a Life-cycle Perspective KS KE U W T
VBKN01 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Steel and Timber Structures KS KE U W T
VSMN10 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X E1 Structural Dynamic Computing KS KE U W T
VSMN15 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X E1 Integrated Design: Structural Design – Architectural Design X The date and time of the exam is announced by the course lecturer. KS KE U W T
VGTF01 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Foundation Engineering KS KE U W T
VSMN20 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Software Development for Technical Applications KS KE U W T
FHLN05 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 - S Computational Inelasticity KS KE U W T 38 28 4 0 130
VBK041 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 X E1 Design of Bridges KS KE U W T 16 20 0 4 60
VTAF05 7.5 G2 V 5 - 15/16 4 X E1 Acoustics KS KE U W T
FHL066 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 X S Finite Element Method for Non-linear Systems KS KE U W T

VSMN15 Integrated Design: Structural Design – Architectural Design: The date and time of the exam is announced by the course lecturer.

Specialisation tv - Road and Traffic Engineering

Course Code Link to complete information about the course; study periods, programmes etc. Credits Cycle G1: Basic level
G2: Upper basic level
A: Advanced level
Mand./ Elect. The course is
O = Mandatory,
A = Elective mandatory,
V = Elective, or
E = Externally elective
in the programme and spec.
Year Study year the course belongs to according to normal study plan. From year Students are permitted to read the course from this year of study. S.Ex. stud. The course is suitable for incoming exchange students. Language Language of the course:
E: The course is given in English
E1: The course is given in English upon request
E2: The course may be given in English
S: The course is given in Swedish
Course Name Foot­note Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
  sp4
F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions)
VTVN01 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Highway Design KS KE U W T 28 42 0 2 128
VTTF05 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Traffic Engineering Theory: Accessibility, Level of service, Safety and Environment KS KE U W T 42 28 0 2 128
VTTF10 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Effects of Traffic: Accessibility, Level of Service, Safety and Environment KS KE U W T
VTVF85 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Railway Design KS KE U W T
VVBN10 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Pavement Design and Construction KS KE U W T
ASBF20 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Urban Planning KS KE U T
VGMF10 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 - S Geodesy KS KE U W T
VTTN10 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X S Public Transport KS KE U W T
VVBN05 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 - S Highway Maintenance KS KE U W T 28 40 8 2 122
ASB060 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 X E1 Urban Renewal KS KE U T 14 64 24 0 98
VTTN01 15 A V 5 - 15/16 5 - S Urban Traffic and Road Project KS KE U W T 10 32 8 2 148
VTTN05 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 X E Transport Management X The course is offered every other academic year and will be given 2015/16, 2017/18. KS KE U W T

VTTN05 Transport Management: The course is offered every other academic year and will be given 2015/16, 2017/18.

Specialisation vr - Water Resources

Course Code Link to complete information about the course; study periods, programmes etc. Credits Cycle G1: Basic level
G2: Upper basic level
A: Advanced level
Mand./ Elect. The course is
O = Mandatory,
A = Elective mandatory,
V = Elective, or
E = Externally elective
in the programme and spec.
Year Study year the course belongs to according to normal study plan. From year Students are permitted to read the course from this year of study. S.Ex. stud. The course is suitable for incoming exchange students. Language Language of the course:
E: The course is given in English
E1: The course is given in English upon request
E2: The course may be given in English
S: The course is given in Swedish
Course Name Foot­note Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
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F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions)
VVRF01 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 X E Integrated Water Resources Management: International Aspects KS KE U W T 22 4 0 8 166
VVA030 15 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X E Urban Waters KS KE U W T 46 38 0 1 115
VTG021 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 X E Groundwater Engineering KS KE U W T
VTGN05 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X E Groundwater Modelling and Contaminant Transport KS KE U W T
VVAN01 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X E Decentralized Water and Wastewater Treatment KS KE U W T
VVR090 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X E Hydromechanics KS KE U W T
EXTF01 7.5 G2 V 4 - 14/15 4 X E1 Geographical Information Systems for Landscape Studies X The date and time of the exam is announced by the course lecturer. KS KE U W T
VVRN20 7.5 A V 4 - 14/15 4 X E Water, Society and Climate Change KS KE U W T
VVR176 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 X E Environmental Hydraulics KS KE U W T 32 16 0 0 152
VVRN10 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 X E Rainfall Runoff Modelling KS KE U W T 28 4 12 1 155
VSMN25 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 5 X E1 The Finite Element Method - Flow Analysis KS KE U W T 32 32 0 0 136
VVR040 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 4 X E Coastal Hydraulics KS KE U W T
VVRN25 7.5 A V 5 - 15/16 4 X E Pipe System Engineering and Hydraulics KS KE U W T

EXTF01 Geographical Information Systems for Landscape Studies: The date and time of the exam is announced by the course lecturer.

Elective Courses - V

Course Code Link to complete information about the course; study periods, programmes etc. Credits Cycle G1: Basic level
G2: Upper basic level
A: Advanced level
Year Study year the course belongs to according to normal study plan. From year Students are permitted to read the course from this year of study. S.Ex. stud. The course is suitable for incoming exchange students. Language Language of the course:
E: The course is given in English
E1: The course is given in English upon request
E2: The course may be given in English
S: The course is given in Swedish
Course Name Foot­note Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
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F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions)
GEMA20 7.5 G1 4 - 14/15 1 - E English for Engineers X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T 30 0 0 0 30
FMI055 7.5 A 4 - 14/15 4 - S Environmental Systems Studies: Life Cycle Analysis KS KE U W T 12 6 0 1 81
GEMA25 7.5 G1 4 - 14/15 1 - S German for Engineers X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T 0 40 0 0 60
GEMA60 7.5 G1 4 - 14/15 1 - S Law for Engineers, Introductory Course in Business Law X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T 25 0 0 0 75
GEMA70 15 G1 4 - 14/15 1 - S Japanese for Engineers X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T 0 20 0 0 90
VBKF05 7.5 G2 4 - 14/15 4 - S CAD with Building Applications KS KE U W T
GEMA65 7.5 G1 4 - 14/15 1 - S Chinese for Engineers X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U T
GEMA20 7.5 G1 4 - 14/15 1 - E English for Engineers X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T
GEMA40 7.5 G1 4 - 14/15 1 - S Entrepreneurship and Business Development X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T
GEMA01 7.5 G1 4 - 14/15 1 - S French for Engineers: Language, Culture and Society, First Course X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T
GEMA60 7.5 G1 4 - 14/15 1 - S Law for Engineers, Introductory Course in Business Law X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T
GEMA55 6 G1 4 - 14/15 1 - S Medicine for Engineers X The course is offered every other academic year and will next be offered in 2015/16. LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T Course on hold Course on hold: The course is not given this academic year, but is planned to be given next academic year.
GEMA45 3 G1 4 - 14/15 1 - S Teaching and Learning X The course is offered every other academic year and will next be offered in 2015/16. LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T Course on hold Course on hold: The course is not given this academic year, but is planned to be given next academic year.

GEMA20 English for Engineers: LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later.
GEMA25 German for Engineers: LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later.
GEMA60 Law for Engineers, Introductory Course in Business Law: LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later.
GEMA70 Japanese for Engineers: LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later.
GEMA65 Chinese for Engineers: LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later.
GEMA40 Entrepreneurship and Business Development: LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later.
GEMA01 French for Engineers: Language, Culture and Society, First Course: LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later.
GEMA55 Medicine for Engineers: The course is offered every other academic year and will next be offered in 2015/16. LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later.
GEMA45 Teaching and Learning: The course is offered every other academic year and will next be offered in 2015/16. LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later.

Bachelor's Projects - V

The list contains the bachelor's projects that are included in the V programme. The list is not necessarily complete before the academic year 2016/17.

Course Code Credits Course Name Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
VBML01 15 Bachelor Project in Building Materials KS KE U
VBFL01 15 Bachelor Project in Building Physics KS KE U
ABKL01 15 Bachelor Project in Building Services KS KE U
VBEL01 15 Bachelor Project in Construction Management KS KE U W
AEBL01 15 Bachelor Project in Energy and Building Design KS KE U
VTAL01 15 Bachelor Project in Engineering Acoustics KS KE U
VTGL01 15 Bachelor Project in Engineering Geology KS KE U
MTTL01 15 Bachelor Project in Engineering Logistics KS KE U
FMIL01 15 Bachelor Project in Environmental Studies KS KE U
VGML01 15 Bachelor Project in Geodetic Surveying KS KE U
VGTL01 15 Bachelor Project in Geotechnical Engineering KS KE U
VVBL01 15 Bachelor Project in Road Construction KS KE U W
VBKL01 15 Bachelor Project in Structural Engineering KS KE U
VSML01 15 Bachelor Project in Structural Mechanics KS KE U
VTTL01 15 Bachelor Project in Traffic Planning and Engineering KS KE U
ASBL01 15 Bachelor Project in Urban Planning and Design KS KE U
VVAL01 15 Bachelor Project in Water and Environmental Engineering KS KE U
VVRL01 15 Bachelor Project in Water Resources Engineering KS KE U

Degree Projects - V

The list contains the degree project courses that are included in the V programme.

Course Code Credits Course Name Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
VBM820 30 Degree Project in Building Materials for Engineers KS KE U W
VBF820 30 Degree Project in Building Physics for Engineers KS KE U W
ABK920 30 Degree Project in Building Services KS KE U
VBEM01 30 Degree Project in Construction Management KS KE U W
AEB820 30 Degree Project in Energy and Building Design KS KE U
VTA820 30 Degree Project in Engineering Acoustics for Engineers KS KE U
VTG820 30 Degree Project in Engineering Geology for Engineers KS KE U
MTT820 30 Degree Project in Engineering Logistics KS KE U W
FMI820 30 Degree Project in Environmental Studies KS KE U W
VGM820 30 Degree Project in Geodetic Surveying for Engineers KS KE U
VGTM01 30 Degree Project in Geotechnical Engineering KS KE U W
VVB820 30 Degree Project in Road Construction for Engineers KS KE U W
VBK920 30 Degree Project in Structural Engineering KS KE U
VSM820 30 Degree Project in Structural Mechanics for Engineers KS KE U
VTT820 30 Degree Project in Traffic Planning and Engineering KS KE U
ASBM05 30 Degree Project in Urban Planning and Design KS KE U
VVA820 30 Degree Project in Water and Environmental Engineering KS KE U W
VVR820 30 Degree Project in Water Resources Engineering KS KE U W