Structural Engineering

A sub-discipline of civil engineering — focuses on the framework and designing of structures.

Course starts on 1st Oct 2023
  • 1 Month
  • English
  • Certified Course


Structural engineering, a vital facet of civil engineering, ensures safe, innovative, and resilient construction. Through creative collaboration with architects, structural engineers design structures that withstand forces, minimizing economic costs and environmental impact. They play a pivotal role in disaster resilience, sustainability, and global connectivity, shaping iconic landmarks while adhering to regulations for safety. This discipline's significance lies in safety assurance, economic efficiency, and creating a lasting, functional built environment.

Job Titles

  • Structural Engineer
  • Senior Structural Engineer
  • Structural Design Engineer
  • Bridge Engineer
  • Building Structural Engineer
  • Structural Analysis Engineer
  • Structural Project Engineer
  • Structural Consultant
  • Seismic Design Engineer
  • Construction Structural Engineer

These titles cover a range of roles within the field of structural engineering, from design and analysis to inspection and management. Keep in mind that job titles can vary by company and region, so the exact titles used might differ.


Structural engineers are required to consider an appropriate framework for strong and reliable structures. While designing a structure, they need to incorporate multiple factors, such as safety, cost-efficiency, and creativity. For becoming a professional structural engineer, one needs to specialize in the structures they draw. Needless to say, there will be a heap of career opportunities for those who keep abreast of the technological enhancements. Concisely, structural engineers can begin their career as construction designers, project managers, or more in the private and public sector.


While designing any new building, analysing pre-disaster and post-disaster impacts is a must. Hence, structural engineers play a major role in the construction industry, be it domestic or international market. However, to become an expert structural engineer, one needs to have a strong grasp of related concepts. That being said, our certified course of structural engineering helps you bridge the current and required knowledge gap with a detail-oriented curriculum.

  • Advanced Structural Analysis
  • Finite Element Methods in Structural Engineering
  • Solid Mechanics in Structural Engineering
  • Structural Dynamics
  • Theory of Concrete Structures
  • Theory of Steel Structures
  • Earthquake Analysis and Design
  • Structural Engineering Laboratory
  • Analytical and Numerical Methods
  • Blast Resistant Design of Structures
  • Concrete Mechanics
  • Design of Bridge Structure
  • Design of Fiber Reinforced Composite Structure
  • Design of Masonry Structure
  • Design of Tall Buildings
  • Prestressed and Composite Structures
  • Strengthening and Retrofitting of Structures
  • Structural Safety and Reliability
  • Theory of Plates and Shells
  • Theory of Structural Stability
  • Advanced Finite Element Method and Programming
  • Analysis and Design of Machine Foundations
  • Design of Offshore Structures
  • General Continuum Mechanics
  • Structural Health Monitoring
  • Structural Vibration Control
  • Wind Resistant Design of Structures
  • Advanced Concrete Technology
  • Fire Engineering and Design
  • Formwork of Concrete Structures
  • Durability and Repair of Concrete Structures
  • Skill Level Basic
  • Language English
  • Certificate Yes
  • Quizzes 10