Construction Engineering and Infrastructure

Name of the institution BPRAL UBT College
Faculty/Department Department of Construction and Infrastructure
Main Campus or Branch Main Campus
Name of the study program BSc Construction Engineering and Infrastructure
Person responsible Dr.Muhamet Ahmeti
Accreditation/Reaccreditation Reaccreditation
NQF Qualification Level NQF Level 6
Academic degree conferred Bachelor  of Construction Engineering and Infrastructure
ECTS 180
Program profile (specialization)
Erasmus Code 06.4 Civil Engineering (Other)
Type of study Full-time
Number of students 100
Minimum duration of study 3 years


The Strategic Research Plan guides the UBT in responding effectively to the changing environment in research opportunities, and provides a platform for participation in international research-related initiatives. The programme research plan is linked to the institutional research strategy theme: Civil Engineering and Construction. The main research topics as part of the research strategy are:

  • Structural Engineering including Steel, Bridge, Composite, Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Structures
  • Soil-Structure Interaction
  • Energy efficiency and building materials
  • Road & Bridge engineering
  • Structural and building engineering
  • Sustainable constructions
  • Heritage constructions
  • Constructions norms and standardization
  • Buildings performance
  • Hydraulic engineering
  • Linear and Non-linear Dynamics
  • Analysis of Semi-rigid Connections
  • Transport and Highways Engineering
  • Foundation Engineering
  • Dam Engineering
  • Slope Design
  • Civil Engineering Surveying
  • Civil Engineering Management
  • Water Resources Engineering
  • GIS
  • Modelling of Concrete Durability
  • Offshore Structures
  • Wind Engineering
  • Quality Assessment
  • Numerical Modeling in Geotechnics
  • Monitoring of Structures & Buildings
  • Seismic Response of Structures and the Environment due to Transport
  • Earthquake Engineering
  • Timber Structures
  • Structural Damage Detection and Identification
  • Stochastic Mechanics and Reliability
  • Fire Structural Design
  • Multi Scale Modelling, Multi-Scale Analysis