The main training directions:

  • Earthquake resistance and seismic reduction of major engineering structures and comprehensive urban disaster prevention and mitigation

  • Design theory and method of new system of high-performance materials and structures

  • Frontier scientific problems and new technologies in geotechnical engineering

  • Theory and technology of healthy circulation of urban water system

  • Green building environment and energy efficiency and emission reduction technology

Core Curriculum Courses:

Elastoplastic Mechanics, Structural Dynamics, Engineering Fluid Mechanics, Theories and Analysis Methods of Wave Motion for Engineering, Structural Damage Analysis and Its Applications, Soil Dynamics and Seismic Geotechnical Engineering, Earthquake Engineering, Advanced Theory of Concrete Structures, Advanced Theory of Bridge Structures, Advanced Hydraulics, Advanced Water Analytical Chemistry, Advanced Microbiology,History of Architectural Technology, and Theory and Practice of Architectural Heritage Protection.