The Department provides teaching in the following areas:
- technical infrastructure;
- urbanism and territorial planning;
- economics in civil engineering;
- facility management.
The Department of Urban Engineering prepares students for careers with a broad spectrum of knowledge of all basic building disciplines, and also with the understanding of the relationship and interactions during construction of capital investment complexes, particularly towns, and when delivering the complete project investment process.
The Department is the guarantor of teaching in the field Municipal Engineering and Construction. This field of study provides students with a comprehensive set of knowledge in the theory of building of towns and rural settlements, urbanism and land planning, transport and industrial engineering, landscape architecture, regeneration of industrial landscapes and the effectiveness of investments, including an application of geographic information systems. The study also addresses economic, legal and sociological issues, and their interrelationships.
In addition, the Department of Urban Engineering is the guarantor of teaching in the field of study Facility Management which is the basis of the profession, whose responsibility it is to ensure functionality, comprehensive planning and management of buildings, their technical equipment, maintenance, repairs and reconstruction in companies and institutions of all kinds.
Structured learning is based on a multidisciplinary system approach which enables students' mobility during Bachelor, Master and Doctoral studies. In the field Municipal Engineering and Construction, the Department offer courses on all three degree levels. Facility Management is currently offered only at a Bachelor level.