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Directorate of Studies

ENGINEERING SCHOOL
ACADEMIC YEAR

2006 - 2007


Presentation document

TABLE DES MATIERES

Semester 5

30 ECTS




This semester is essentially devoted to basic sciences.


Personal Development Module 9 ects



A strong emphasis is placed on international awareness, on languages and techniques of oral expression.

This semester also gives students the opportunity to make contact with the professional world (job forums and professional open days).

English tutorials 42 h – 2 assessments

The first semester is dedicated to traditional English language tuition, centred on oral and written comprehension and expression.


2nd language (German or Spanish) 24 h tutorials – 1 assessment

The study of a 2nd language is compulsory from the start of the 1st year .Students choose between German and Spanish.

NB : starting this year, students can choose between German and Spanish (Monday morning).

Forum Emploi half a day (18/10/06)

Half a day is reserved for the job forum « Le carrefour du Manager » organised by the Polytechnicum. Students may also help with its organization.



Professional open days 3 h conferences

Open days to meet and exchange ideas with professional engineers are organized by the association of the alumni of ENGEES.



Techniques for oral expression 8 h tutorials

Information on how to conduct a speech in public on a technical project is given during the 1st semester and applied to the project on energy engineering in December. Several similar presentations are scheduled during the academic year.



Public speaking 4 h tutorialsI in addition to the oral

Expression tutorials, students are required to put the new techniques into pratice as soon as possible.



Introduction to information technology 14 h tutorials

Applied information technology. WINWORD, EXCEL. These tools will be indispensable when working on the projects and the training period reports. Word (6 h) – Excel (8 h)



Shop floor placement 2 weeks – 1 assessment

The students will join a team of construction workers dealing with drinking water and wastewater treatment.



The sociology of work 3 h lecture - 2 h tutorials

Introduction to the organization of work at the end of the shop floor placement.

In the tutorials students will discuss their training experiences.

Conference safety on the construction sites 3 h conference

Economics Module 4 ECTS



Environmental Management conference - 3 h

Presentation of environmental institutions and policies.



Public Utilities Management 7 h lecture - 2 h - conference –

4 h tutorials - 1 assessment

Local public utilities and intermunicipal authorities. The functioning of local public utilities.

The notion of public utility delegation.

Waste 12 h lecture - 3 h conference

4 h tutorials-1 assessment (written exam with GSP)

The legal context. The modernization of waste management and its tools.

The main technical stages of waste management.

Water Resources 9 h lecture

Water resources and their usage. Management tools. The principles of water rights.

The public utility’s handling of drinking water and sanitation.

Directive “Cadre Européen sur l’Eau (DCE) » 3 h lecture

This directive is very instructive in the management of water in the future. It requires reaching “le bon état des eaux » by 2015.



Field trip 35 h visit – 2 assessments

This one week trip starting in October will introduce the students to the multiple planning arrangements along a waterway in the “Haut-Jura” (environmental implications and local authorities perception). A good occasion for team-building.


Basic Sciences Module 8 ECTS


During the 1st semester this module aims at giving students a common level of knowledge depending on their different scientific backgrounds (in biology, geology, mathematics). Basic training is also given through a common-core syllabus in design, CAD, statistics and data processing / office automation.



Subjects for a leveling of knowledge according to the students’origins.
Mathematics (admitted on title and TGR) 15 h tutorials

A levelling for students not having followed preparatory classes.


Geology (Option for preparatory classes MP-PC-PSI) 12 h lectures - 8 h visits – 1 assessment

Introduction at an elementary level for students having studied mathematics & physics. Magmatic formations and notions of tectonic geology. Metamorphic deformations. Sedimentary formations. Reading of geological charts.


Biology (Option MP-PC-PSI) 9 h lecture - 3h tutorials – 8 h visits -1 assessment

Introduction at a basic level for students having studied mathematics & physics. Origin, evolution, diversity of the living world. Vegetative organization. Elements of plant physiology. Plant reproduction.


Mathematics (Option BPCST, “admis sur titres” TGR) 24 h lecture - 12 h tutorials - 2 assessments

Introduction at a basic level for students having studied biology. Linear algebra (determinant, dual space, dyadic product). Vector, differential and integral calculus. Functions of several variables.




Compulsory Subjects Common to all Students
Civil engineering design 16 h tutorials – 1 assessment

Introduction at an elementary level. Elements of descriptive geometry (projections, characteristic views, cuts, sections, intersections). Conventional representations. Perspectives. Dimensioning and graphics.


Scientific calculation 12 h lecture - 16 h tutorials – 1 assessment

Introduction to scientific calculation and digital methods, with the help of simple mathematical tools. Introduction to algorithms and programming in Visual Basic.


Statistics 12 h lecture - 16 h tutorials – 2 assessments

Descriptive statistics. Probabilities (probabilistic model. Statistical conditioning and independence. Normal random variable. Standard laws. Jointly distributed random variable). Statistical sampling and estimation. Statistical tests.


Computer networks 4 h tutorials

Information systems. Network facilities.



Hydrodynamics and Energy Module 9 ECTS



This module is a continuation of previous teaching and aims at establishing the theoretical bases of hydraulics which certainly represent the most important application field for engineers graduating from ENGEES.
Mechanics (Technicians are admitted according to title) 9 h tutorials

This module continues the theoretical instruction in hydraulics, surely the most important field of application for ENGEES engineers.



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Continuum mechanics 12 h lecture - 16 h tutorials – 2 assessments

Case history. Mathematics revision. Physical sizes occurring in mechanics. Kinematics of changing environments. Degradation. Stress. Mass and momentum conservation.



Fluid mechanics 12 h lecture - 16 h tutorials – 2 assessments (1 of them with hydraulics)

Hydrostatics. Kinematics of liquids. Incompressible perfect fluid dynamics Incompressible real fluid Dynamics. Dimensional analysis elements.



Pipe hydraulics 12 h lecture - 12 h tutorials – 2 assessments ((written exam with fluid mechanics)

General expression of pressure loss. Singular and linear pressure losses. Drainages through openings. Centrifugal pumps. Water hammer.



Open channel hydraulics 12 h lecture - 12 h tutorials –2 assessments

Flow regime. Study of various drainages: uniform and permanent, non uniform and permanent (hydraulic jump), non uniform and non permanent (“Barré de St Venant”).



Energy engineering 6 h lecture - 12 h tutorials –1 assessment

Follow-up of principles used in energy engineering and main applications (convection, heat exchangers, hot air pumps) Study of a practical case (heat exchanger in a waste incinerator for example). The projects are carried out by groups of 2 to 4 students and are supervised by outside professionals.


Semester 6

30 ECTS
This semester covers engineering and the natural environment.


Personal Development Module 5 ECTS


As well as continuing the language classes, this module includes additional instruction in sociology and communication techniques.


English language workshops 21 h tutorials – 1 assessment

The 2nd semester is essentially dedicated to the active practice of the language .Teaching is carried out in small groups and is based on workshops to develop free oral expression (theatre, discussion, video).


Sanitation and drinking water in developing countries 3 h conference in english

This semester concentrates on active practice of English in small groups (workshops and theatre, discussion, video).


German or Spanish 21 h tutorials – 1 assessment

A continuation of the 1st semester program.


The sociology of organizations 3 h lecture

Preparation for the internship “Discovering professions.”


Economics Module 4 ects




Applied economics 15 h lecture - 12 h tutorials –

2 assessments (One of them along with business accounting)

This course looks at the general theories of microeconomics, financial mathematics, economic calculation and finally the application of economic principles to the environment.



Firms accounting 12 h lecture – 6 h tutorials – 1 assessment

Accounting mechanisms. Book keeping and financial analysis. Financial plan and budget.


Public finance 6 h lecture – 4 h tutorials – 1 assessment

Local administrations, prime contractors. Financial organization and budgets. Budget decision.




Applied Hydraulics Module 9 ects


Once the theoretical bases of the hydrodynamics and energy module have been acquired, the 2nd semester deals with the applications in open channel hydraulics, in pipe hydraulics and in hydrology. This semester is also dedicated to the regional approach and the natural environment.


Hydraulics and stream dynamics 21 h lecture - 8 h tutorials - 1 assessment

River hydraulics (Metrology, numerical models, physical models, applications fields). Transport of solids. River geomorphology. Flood management. Mountain risk management.



Hydrogeology 15 h lecture – 6 h tutorials – 1 assessment

Hydrodynamics of porous media (Darcy’s law). Diffusivity equation. Development and management of aquifer resources (modelling of water beds).Mass transport in porous media. Research techniques for subterranean waters.



Hydrology 21 h lecture - 12 h tutorials – 2 assessments

The water cycle. Catchment areas and drainage. Precipitation. Statistical tools. Floods and flooding model. Introduction to water management.



Hydrogeology / hydrology mini-project 24 h project – 2 assessments

A mini-project on hydrology or hydrogeology is offered to students to enable them to understand better the applications and practical difficulties of the engineering sciences taught at ENGEES.


Advanced hydraulics 24 h tutorials – 3 assessments

These three days will prepare the students for projects they will have at the end of first year (river project) and second year (sanitation, drinking water). Featuring the following themes : calculation of river sills, overflow, etc.)


Practical works in hydraulics 16 h tutorials – 1 assessment

The ENGEES has material for practical hydraulics work, based at the Agricultural Secondary School of Obernai, and also has access to the resources of the Strasbourg Institute of Fluid Mechanics. This practical work gives a good understanding of the fundamental notions of hydraulics.



Regional Development Module 5 ects


Regional development is essentially looked at using the basic concepts of eco-geography, whereas the mastery of the planning tools is seen at the end of the programme. The students are made aware of the logic of development whilst taking into account the interaction of the sociological players.


Geographic aspects 6 h lecture - 8 h tutorials – 1 assessment

Perception of geographic space. In-space location system. Maps, aerial and satellite views. Ground location (triangulation, levelling, topography, GPS). Geographic information system.


Land development 12 h lecture - 12 h tutorials – 8 h visits – 2 assessments

Perception of the landscape and its development. Understanding various restrictions. Consideration of the geographic, economic, historic and social context

An approach to the idea of landscape through a case study. Perception and analysis of a landscape with a visit to a real site. Landscape constraints in a development project.


Natural Environment & ecology Module 7 ects



This module completes the first semester study tour with scientific knowledge (ecology, hydro ecology) and techniques (agronomy). These notions are central to the rivers development project which finishes off the year.


Agronomy 12 h lecture - 4 h visits – 1 assessment

The development cycle of 2 cultivated plants. Physiology of plant stand. Soil and pedology. The yield of a cultivated plot of land. Techniques of agricultural production. Environmental risks of production systems.



General ecology 3 h lecture

General concepts of ecology. Notion of ecological balances and ecosystems. Functioning of ecosystems.



Vegetal hydro ecology 12 h lecture – 6 h tutorials – 8 h visits -2 assessments

The foundations of phytosociology. Study methods of vegetal communities. Phytoecological diagnosis and regional development. A practical study of a fresh water ecosystem of a river either in a plain or a mountain (free choice).


Animal hydro ecology 15 h lecture – 1 assessment

Structure and functioning of fresh water ecosystems. Disturbances of aquatic systems. Normalized biologic indications. Hydro ecology and management of streams. The role of plant formation. Plant engineering in river development.



Project rivers development 30 h project – 2 h tutorial - 8 h visits –2 assessments

A project at the end of 1st year which allows students to combine their knowledge of the main modules (hydraulics, regions, natural environment).The objective is to structure the approach and to enable students to identify practical problems.




Internship on discovery of professions

39 h – project – 1 evaluation

This one week internship in job awareness aims at sharing the daily activities of rural works engineers.

The welcoming bodies (DDAF-DIREN.DDE.DRIRE) are services decentralized by the state in which or with which the future engineers will work.

Semester 7
30 ects

This semester focuses on the engineering sciences, and is mainly dedicated to hydraulic water facilities.

Personal Development & Languages Module 7 ECTS


This module follows the 1st year in regards to the teaching of languages and the emphasis on cultural, humanitarian and community awareness. Thursday afternoons are kept for sport. Emphasis is put on the development of a personal professional project.


English language - workshops 29 h tutorials – 1 assessment

The 3rd semester allows students to choose freely between various thematic workshops (theatre, discussion, video, preparation for the TOEIC) centred on the active practice of the language.


2nd language (German or Spanish) 29 h tutorials – 1 assessment

Continuation of the second language begun in first year.



NB : Starting this year, students can take other language courses organized along with the engineering schools of “Université Louis Pasteur”. Students who are interested must register at the beginning of the school year.
Preparation for employment + forum 3 h lecture1 hour conference - interview - 6 h visits

Every student has to develop a professional project and a 3rd year personalized accordingly. To that effect, conferences with professionals, attendance at the careers forum of the “Polytechnicum” and interviews are offered.


European Seminar 6 h lecture -3 h tutorials –1 assessment

This seminar (1,5) explains the European Union and its institutions as well as its political, social and cultural dimensions. It takes place partly in Kehl (Germany) with the Euro-Institut.


European regulations 6 h conference

Conference in English on European regulations for Drinking Water..


Seminar on environment and social science 1 hour conference - 21 h visits – 4 h TD

This is a partly supervised work which students carry out in groups, on a freely chosen topic, related either to the environment or to social science. They draft a report and present their work to the rest of the group (semester 8). A lecture on how to write a presentation is offered for that purpose.

Another tutorial will help complete the work on this seminar : a workshop on surveying methods.


Economics Module 6 ECTS




Social science is looked at in this module with the emphasis on gaining economic and legal knowledge and a mastery of management tools.


Business accounting 12 h lecture - 6 h tutorials – 1 assessment

The accounting mechanisms – accounting documents and financial analysis – The finance plan and cash budget.



Local utilities accounting 6 h lecture - 4 h tutorials – 1 assessment

The local communities as project owners. Financial organization and budgetary functioning. Budget assets and liabilities - Intermunicipality - Budgetary decisions.



Environmental rights 15 h lecture-10 h tutorials–2 assessments (written exam with town planning)

General introduction to law. The basis of environmental rights, their background and their current appraisal. Environmental regulations and facilities listed for the environment. The water rights and the legal instruments. Water regulations.



Town planning and public works rights 12 h lecture - 8 h tutorials

2 assessments (written exam with environmental rights)

Regulations and the main town planning documents. Principles of civil engineering rights, focused on the concepts of public property, public work and expropriation for public purposes.



Waste 12 h lecture – 4 h tutorials – 3 h conference – 1 assessment

Regulations and modernisation of waste management and its tools.




Drinking Water Systems Module 5 or 6 ects




This module focuses on the teaching of hydraulics and favours a practical approach to the techniques of drinking water systems.
Drinking water systems 33 h lecture- 20 tutorials –3 h conference – 2 assessments

The drinking water systems issue. Demand and requirements. Resources. Water transportation. Water distribution facilities. Reservoirs. Lattice calculation. Pumps and pumping stations. Pumping on demand.

Water hammer. Protection devices. Air compression machines. Tour of Saint-Gobain plant (Pont-à-Mousson) for Drinking Water and Sanitation modules).

Drinking water systems project 6 h tutorials - 48 h project – 8 h visits – 2 assessments

Students chose between a sanitation and a drinking water project. The aim is to identify the problems (if need be by visiting a site), to establish a diagnosis and an operation program before undertaking the preliminary draft report.



Drinking water systems mini-project 24 h project – 1 assessment

As a follow-up to the drinking water systems or sanitation project, the mini-project gives students the chance to test the project methods under the supervision of the project leaders without developing the modelling of water facilities.



Sanitation Module 7 or 6 ects


Following the drinking water systems module, the sanitation lectures focus on the teachings of hydraulics in 1st year and favour a practical approach to water facilities.


Sanitation 24 h lecture - 12 h tutorials –4 h practical work – 2 assessments

Rules and regulations. Nature of effluents. Structure and dimensioning of water facilities. Rain waters. Ponds and thunderstorm overflows. Concentration of head and backflows. Metrology. Maintenance and renovation. A practical study of a scale model of water facilities will illustrate the course.



Sanitary drainage project 6 h tutorials-48 h project - 8 h visits – 2 assessments

The same educational objective as the project on drinking water supply. The students have the choice between these two projects.



Sanitary drainage mini-project 24 h project – 1 assessment

The same objective as the mini project on drinking water supply. The students choose their mini-project as a follow up to the drinking water supply or sanitation project.


Water and health, paracilology 16 h lecture – 2 h practical work – 1 assessment

Water and health : paracitology, bacterial diseases, cholera et leptospirosis. Viruses : gastroenteritis, ITIS, enterovirus, hepatitis, etc…



Civil Engineering & Automatisms Module 5 ects


This module deals with the fundamental engineering sciences for the construction of hydraulic works and public facilities. The conception of the construction site is completed in 3rd year.


Strength of materials 18 h lecture - 16 h tutorials - 2 assessments

A review of continuum mechanics. The theory of isostatic beams. Metallic constructions. Isostatic open web. Buckling. Notions on hyperstatic systems. Computer tools. Notions on reinforced concrete.



Soil mechanics 12 h lecture - 8 h tutorials – 1assessment

Soil characterization. Experimental testing and test interpretation. Water and soil. The mechanical resistance of soils. Buoyant force and thrust block. Superficial and deep foundations.



Soil mechanics 8 h practical worK- 1 assessment

Practical work assignments carried out at INSA and at the IUT of Illkirch. Identification tests. Triaxial test. Oedometrical test. Electrical analogy of subterranean drainages. Demonstration of different laboratory equipment and in situ tests.



Electrotechnics - automatics 9 h lecture - 1 assessment

Review of three-phase currents and principles of network functioning. Electrical current risks. Asynchronous engines. Power interfaces. Data processing API. Sensors and conditioners. The course ends with a visit to an automatic installation in situ.


Semester 8
30 ects

This semester maintains the engineering orientation and focuses on water treatment and purification.

Personal Development Module 7 ECTS




English language – One-week training course 35 h tutorials

Intensive training from 23/04/2007 to 27/04/2007 this year. No other courses during this time.

The students’ level will be tested by the TOEIC exam (end of the 8th semester).
German or Spanish 14 h – tutorials – 1 assessment

Further instruction in the second language.

NB : Starting this year, students can take other language courses along with the engineering schools of “Université Louis Pasteur”. Students who are interested must register at the beginning of the school year.
Sociology of organizations 3 h lecture

Preparation for the practical internship in engineering


Team work 11 h tutorials – 1 assessment

The one day and a half seminar will concentrate on group dynamics ; techniques of leading a group, learning to work in a team is the gist of this workshop. Continuing in the same mindset throughout the school year.


Seminar on environment and social science 12 h tutorials – 1 assessment

Continuation of the exercise described in semester 7 oral report followed by a debate with classmates



Economics Module 1 ects



Polytechnicum economics 14 h tutorials

The Polytechnicum of Engineering Schools of Strasbourg organizes a two-day seminar in March on a general introduction to world economics..




Urban Water Module 5 ects


The treatment of drinking water is seen from a global approach, from the sanitary and normative aspects to the treatment types and processes. Several of the lectures are given in English.


Treatment of urban water 21 h lecture - 10 h tutorials - 1 assessment

Characterization of natural waters. Coagulation, floculation, sedimentation. Filtration. Oxidation. Specific treatments related to calc-alkali balance. Iron and magnesium. Ammoniac and nitrates. Activated charcoal. Disinfection. Membranes.


Nitrates 6 h lecture

The course includes a lecture on nitrates in English


Water treatment practical assignment

6 h conference - 4 h tutorials 8 h practical work – 1 assessment

Characterization of waters (12 parameters measured on real samples). Physico-chemical treatment of water (flocculation in Jar-test). Notions of sampling and the interpretation of a water bulletin analysis.


Water treatment mini-project 28 h project - 4 h visits -1 assessment

Conception and dimensioning of the main elements of a drinking water treatment plant. Use of CAD for the plotting of the treatment mimic diagrams.



Wastewater Module 5 ects


Closely related to the course on sanitation, the module develops sanitary and normative features and techniques of waste water treatment. An important part is given over to practical aspects (tutorials, practical work assignments, projects)



Wastewater Treatment 24 h lecture- 12 h tutorials -1 assessment

Composition of wastewater. Selection of channels. Free and fixed cultures, treatment of nitrogen and phosphor, lagooning, physico-chemical processes, sludge treatment, tertiary treatments. Individual drainage. Automatisms. Safety. Costs.



Sanitation & drinking water treatment in developing countries 3 h lecture in English

Water issues including sanitation and drinking water in developing countries. A good chance for students to develop their technical English vocabulary in this field.



Wastewater practical work 6 h conference - 12 h practical work - 1 assessment

Pollution evaluation (9 measured elements). Study of water treatment plant sludge. Biological treatment (observations under microscope).



CAD (practical work) 10 h tutorials

Conception and design of the main elements of a wastewater treatment plant.



Treatment plant mini-project 28 h project – 4 h visit – 1 assessment

Conception and design of the main elements of a wastewater treatment plant.


Engineering internship 10 weeks – 2 assessments

An internship carried out in France or abroad, in companies or in consultancies. This is an immersion internship during which the student has to work in a team on a technical project.


Engineering Study tour 1 week

This is a traditional study trip in the regional sponsor of the year. During the trip, technical visits are followed by meetings with professionals and local councillors. There are also opportunities for sightseeing.


Semester 9
30 ects

Environmental Engineering Option
This option proposes a territorial approach of the environmental questions.

Personal Development Module 3 ects


The 3rd year offers further extension in human sciences and expression techniques .These notions are put into practice at the time of the end of study assignment in a professional environment.


Communication and human relation 21 h tutorials – 1 assessment

The program focuses on self-knowledge, on professional relations at work, on communication and the acquisition of management tools.


Engineering and society 3 h lecture

This lecture hinges on the collective sharing of the practical engineering training experiences.


Internship and the drafting of a scientific report 1 hour tutorial

A session on documentary research, the presentation of a bibliography and a scientific report.




Economics Module 4 ects




Engineering and works 18 h lecture - 4 h tutorials - 1 assessment

A follow-up to the former year’s classes, this subject deals realistically and descriptively with the programming of investment operations and the privileged position of the head of operations as advisor to the project owner.


Environmental quality and security 6 h lecture

Definition of quality. Tools for quality control. Systems of reference, norms, audits. Sustainable development


Financial engineering 3 h lecture - 20 h tutorials - 1assessment

This lecture, which is based on economic and management foundations, constitutes a global approach to project financing. Working on a case study, students will use decision-making economic tools and financial instruments. At the same time taxation principles will be introduced.


Financial engineering 6 h lecture - 6 h tutorials - 1assessment

This lecture, which is based on economic and management foundations, constitutes a global approach to project financing. Working on a case study, students will use decision-making economic tools and financial instruments. At the same time taxation principles will be introduced.




Sciences & Engineering Tools Module 7 ects


The 3rd year is the opportunity for students to review notions of digital calculation, data analysis and data management (in particular geographic) which will be of direct value for the end of studies assignment.


Data treatment 2 h lecture

Data processing and introduction course to tool skills



Data analysis 9 h lecture - 12 h tutorials

Raw data and tracking process. Data analysis. Dispersion. Interpretation of dispersion measurement. ACP, AFC, AFCM, AFD, AC. Classification. Ascending hierarchy and dynamic cluster. Application of STATITCF.


SGBD 9 h lecture - 12 h tutorials

General concepts of data basis. Relational SGBD. Data structuring. Application of ACCESS. Data handling languages.


Geographic information systems 6 h lecture – 14 h tutorials

General concepts on geographical information systems. Vector types and image.

Data structuring and quality. Information processing and spatial analysis. Remote detection. Mapping and information restoration. Examples processed by the software Mapinfo.
Engineers’tools 8 tutorials

Further study of an introduction to programming (seen during 5th semester)


Topography 4 h lecture - 12 h tutorials

The lecture content is centred on the presentation and the use of modern ground survey tools. Introduction to geometrical levelling, to tachometry and GPS functioning.


Remote sensing 3 h lecture – 4 h tutorials

General presentation of techniques, methods and tools used in remote sensing.


Data treatment project 20 h tutorials – 1 assessment

Project regrouping module content





Quantitative management ressources module 5 ects



Quantitative and tool resources in risk assessment. Excess (floods). Shortage (low water).

Hydraulic risks management 6h lecture – 15 h TD - 1 assessment

Land development : real case study. Technical choices. Outline of a politically, sociologically and financially acceptable solution.



Hydraulic flow 3h lecture - 7h TD – 1 assessment

Supercritical flow characterization. Illustrations and practice from concrete cases



Flood risk and overflowing 6h lecture - 1 assessment

Understanding the physical phenomena linked to the overflowing of natural streams outside the low flow channel. Discovering the specific methods of calculation of water lines, curves of tarage and drainage capacity in a geometry of compound flow. Identification of flood zones with known flow.


Management of the scarce resource 9h lecture - 8h TD - 2 assessments

Management of the scarce resource : drought (description, reminders), consequences for the natural environment and the needs, role of the planning tools (SDAGE, SAGE, partnerships), multi-use conflicts, actors' games, case study, technical solutions (supports of low-water mark, irrigation).



Qualitative resource management 5 ECTS


Risk assessment and qualitative resource management tools with operational applications in stakes, diagnosis and water pollution control. tools



Environmental diagnosis 12h lecture - 4h visit - 1 assessment

Methodology for assessing environmental risks in the choice of land development and production sectors. Various thematic approaches, including case studies: agricultural waste development, controlling pollution risks and remedial networks (sites and polluted grounds), an introduction to operational bio-indication



Background ambient air pollution and drainage 8h cours - 12h TD - 1 assessment

Hydrologic process. Risks linked to ground absorption. Unidentified pollution and remedial devices. Drainage techniques and impact on the natural environment.



Ecotoxicology and environmental chemistry 6h cours

English lecture concerning the impact of chemical products (phytosanitary). Risk assessment and solutions. Case study.



Land development MODULE 6 ects
Land development tools skills. Players, risks and controls.
Public politics development 6h lecture

Regulations and operational town planning



Visit to Freiburg, a model of environmental-friendly, urban planning 4h visit

Land development project 20h project – 8 h visit – assessments

Thematic study in groups of an authentic project. How to treat and reconcile the different aspects : urban, constructed, economic, landscape, network, flooding. Presentation in front of local councillors



Project on energetics 20h lecture/TD/project – 4h visit - 2 assessments

Project in progress

The aim is to complete the program by studying energy dimension of the land development projects.

Semester 9
30 ects

URBAN Engineering Option
Deepening semester based on education

Personal Development Module 3 ects


The 3rd year offers further extension in human sciences and expression techniques .These notions are put into practice at the time of the end of study assignment in a professional environment.


Communication and human relation 21 h tutorials – 1 assessment

The program focuses on self-knowledge, on professional relations at work, on communication and the acquisition of management tools.


Engineering and society 3 h lecture

This lecture hinges on the collective sharing of the practical engineering training experiences.


Internship and the drafting of a scientific report 1 hour tutorial

A session on documentary research, the presentation of a bibliography and a scientific report.




Economics Module 7 ects




Engineering and works 18 h lecture - 4 h tutorials - 1 assessment

A follow-up to the former year’s classes, this subject deals realistically and descriptively with the programming of investment operations and the privileged position of the head of operations as advisor to the project owner.


Environmental quality and security 6 h lecture

Definition of quality. Tools for quality control. Systems of reference, norms, audits. Sustainable development


Economic understanding and firms strategy 9 h lecture-12 h tutorials-2 assessments

Students will move on a more general considering of institutions functioning. Reasoning development of competence and knowing how to. Activity creation. Innovation.


Financial engineering 3 h lecture - 20 h tutorials - 1assessment

This lecture, which is based on economic and management foundations, constitutes a global approach to project financing. Working on a case study, students will use decision-making economic tools and financial instruments. At the same time taxation principles will be introduced.


Public Utilities Management 6 h lecture -6 h tutorials - 1 assessment

Common teaching complementary approach (economic and financial analysis°



Sciences & Engineering Tools Module 7 ects


The 3rd year is the opportunity for students to review notions of digital calculation, data analysis and data management (in particular geographic) which will be of direct value for the end of studies assignment.


Data treatment 2 h lecture

Data processing and introduction course to tool skills



Data analysis 9 h lecture - 12 h tutorials

Raw data and tracking process. Data analysis. Dispersion. Interpretation of dispersion measurement. ACP, AFC, AFCM, AFD, AC. Classification. Ascending hierarchy and dynamic cluster. Application of STATITCF.


SGBD 9 h lecture - 12 h tutorials

General concepts of data basis. Relational SGBD. Data structuring. Application of ACCESS. Data handling languages.


Geographic information systems 6 h lecture – 14 h tutorials

General concepts on geographical information systems. Vector types and image.

Data structuring and quality. Information processing and spatial analysis. Remote detection. Mapping and information restoration. Examples processed by the software Mapinfo.
Engineers tools 8 tutorials

Further study of an introduction to programming (seen during 5th semester)


Topography 4 h lecture - 12 h tutorials – 1 assessment

The lecture content is centred on the presentation and the use of modern ground survey tools. Introduction to geometrical levelling, to tachometry and GPS functioning.


Remote sensing 3 h lecture – 4 h tutorials

General presentation of techniques, methods and tools used in remote sensing.


Data treatment project 20 h tutorials – 1 assessment

Project regrouping module content



NETWORKS MODULE 6 ECTS



Civil engineering 15 h lecture - 12 h tutorials – 4 h visits – 1 assessment

The construction of hydraulic works is covered in the lectures on geotechnics and reinforced concrete .The technical aspects are rounded off by a conference and a visit to a construction site with emphasis on its organization and administration.



Water facilities modelling 3 h lecture - 14 h tutorials - 1assessment

Clarification of the notion of modelling by clearly distinguishing the various stages : real system

physical or mathematical means of conceptual schema representation, numerical analysis and resolution algorithms, computer programming.
3D Computer modelling 16 h TD – 1 assessment


Water facilities construction 15 hours lecture - 4 hour visits – 1 assessment

The construction of water facilities is treated from the practical angle, from the organization of the construction site to the choice of materials and setting up techniques.

TECHNOLOGICAL PROCESS MODULE 7 ECTS
This module goes deeper into treatment process and gives a concrete experience (at the and of this semester the students have to restore technological projects)
Drinking water treatment 6 h lecture – 14 h project– 1 assessment

Using a case study, students follow the approach of a project manager having to define and to validate fit and proper execution criteria in the case of a call for tender.


Water treatment - advanced technology 6 hours lecture

Membrane technologies, bio filtration, odour control technologies.


Technological project 24 h practical work

Tutorial projects, held in groups of 2 to 4 students.



Experimental testing of hydraulic laws and phenomenon in the laboratory and on test benches, using the ENGEES and its partners’ facilities.

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