Construction Information Technology Engineer MSc

Faculty of Civil Engineering (ÉMK)

The MSc in Construction Information Technology Engineering program has one specialization. Its mission is to train engineers capable of understanding and developing construction workflows and the digital technologies and processes that support them. In the first semester, students will study advanced programming, database systems, BIM basics, and already this semester the projectwork will be introduced, where they will have to solve construction problems in a teamwork using IT tools. In the second semester they study programming, database and BIM skills, and teamwork plays an even greater role. In the third semester, the main task of the students is to master the soft skills needed in industry (e.g. reasoning and negotiation techniques), in addition to the thesis.

Qualification MSc in Construction Information Technology Enineering

Language English

Start September

Admission procedure and general requirements: Minimum criteria: BSc diploma in Civil or Architectural or Mechanical or Energetical or Mechatronic or Electric or Computer Science Engineering. Steps: – pre-evaluation of the submitted documents: quality of BSc diploma, BSc transcript, additional aspects: quality of motivation letter, extra-curricular activities – electronic admission if required: online written admission test and/or online interview

You can study at BME with a scholarship or as a self-funded student, by paying tuition fees. Various scholarships help you cover tuition fees and your living expenses during your studies. Successful PhD students may receive additional support from research grants.

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The aim of the training is to produce specialists who are able to independently carry out IT, building information development, management and project management tasks related to the built environment and facilities, using modern IT systems.

Obligatory core subjects

Fundamental sciences

Numerical Methods, Construction Information Technology Mathematics

7 credits
Construction Information Technology Engineering sciences

Building Information Modelling, Decision Support Methods, Construction Information Technology Engineering Project, BIM Modelling and Design, Civil Engineering Automation, Modelling, Construction Information Technology Programming

27 credits
Economic sciences, management, human sciences

Argumentation, Negotiation, Presentation, Technology Theories

5 credits

Complex Construction IT project

6 credits


Advanced Construction Information Technology Engineering Skills for Students with a BSc degree in Mechanical Engineering/ Energy Engineering/ Mechatronics Engineering/ Electrical Engineering/ Computer Science (Specialization Subjects)
20 credits
Advanced Construction Information Technology Engineering Skills for Civil Engineers and Architects (Specialization Subjects)
20 credits

Elective specialization subjects

Optional subjects
5 credits

Master Thesis

Master Thesis Project
20 Credits

Career options

Holders of a Master's degree in Construction Information Technology Engineering can take on middle and senior management roles in national and international construction companies involved in the design, construction and facility management of built assets. They provide effective support for complex and specific development projects requiring problem-solving skills, for which no other course currently offers such a focused set of competences, making the degree a niche.

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