The undergraduate curriculum is the framework within which the educational process is carried out. It expresses the orientation of the department and is the main lever for the implementation of its directions. It defines the type and sequence of knowledge that will be passed on to students in their five years of studies in order to form new scientists. Finally, it is the core from which the criteria for determining the occupational duties and rights of the civil engineer originate.
The aim of the curriculum is to make the student an integrated scientist, a person who is sensitive to the problems of the new era and able to cope with the needs of the modern labor market, giving importance to the exploitation of new technologies. The curriculum should respond to the needs of the society and by following developments in science to provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge in an understandable and structured way.