The Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering has a long tradition of teaching and researching. It has also an international reputation for excellence and strong relations with industrial partners. The Faculty is located in the historic centre of Rome, directly overlooking the Coliseum and next to the ancient Basilica of San Pietro in Vincoli, home to Michelangelo’s statue of Moses.
The Faculty is also present on modern campuses in Latina and Rieti. Today the Faculty continues its long academic tradition of providing students with a strong scientific grounding in core subjects. It also offers an innovative syllabus with solid foundations in a wide variety of sub-disciplines and focuses on the sustainability of both the natural and built environments.
Its undergraduates gain vital professional skills that can be employed in both the domestic and increasingly globalised job markets. Some of the courses on offer include: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, Conservation and Restoration Engineering, Chemical and Materials Engineering, Management and Security Engineering, Building Engineering and Architecture and other innovative programmes that provide students with the opportunity to explore new topics in the field of renewable energy sources and power plants, nanotechnology, transportation and bioengineering.
Civil and Industrial Engineering’s graduates influence the future through innovative design and construction of new infrastructure in Italy and around the world.The Faculty also organises the State Exams of Accreditation which is legally required in order to practice the engineering profession in Italy.