Master in Engineering of Roads, Canals and Ports (MICCP)
This master confers the attributions for the exercise of the profession of Roads, Canals and Ports Engineer.
Title Coordinator: Prof. Dr. D. José Antonio Moscoso López
Planning of the Master in Engineering of Roads, Canals and Ports
The Title of Master in Engineering of Roads, Canals and Ports is structured in such a way that the full-time student must take 120 ECTS credits, distributed in two academic years, in accordance with the provisions of RD 1837/2008. This total includes 78 credits corresponding to compulsory subjects, with the rest being distributed in elective subjects and in the Final Master’s Project, as indicated in the following table.
|DISTRIBUTION OF THE SYLLABUS IN ECTS CREDITS|
|Number of Optative credits||30|
|Number of Required credits||78|
|Number of External Practises credits:||0|
|Number of End of Grade Project credits:||12|