Search result: Course units in Autumn Semester 2018
|Spatial Development and Infrastructure Systems Master|
The entire course programs of ETH Zurich and Universitiy Zurich are open to the students to individual selection. The students have themselves to check whether they meet the admission requirements for a course.
| Recommended Electives of Master Degree Programme|
Students having enroled for 851-0703-03 earlier (i.e. bachelor's degree programme or as additional requirement for master's degree programme) cannot enrol for this again during master's degree programme.
|101-0249-00L||Selected Topics on Hydraulic Engineering|
Prerequisites: 101-0247-01L Hydraulic Engineering II or equivalent course.
|W||3 credits||2S||R. Boes|
|103-0245-01L||Thematic Cartography||W||2 credits||2G||L. Hurni|
|103-0227-00L||Cartography III||W||5 credits||4G||L. Hurni|
|401-0625-01L||Applied Analysis of Variance and Experimental Design||W||5 credits||2V + 1U||L. Meier|
|363-0541-00L||Systems Dynamics and Complexity||W||3 credits||3G||F. Schweitzer, G. Casiraghi, V. Nanumyan|
|701-1543-00L||Transdisciplinary Methods and Applications||W||3 credits||2G||P. Krütli, M. Stauffacher|
|401-3901-00L||Mathematical Optimization||W||11 credits||4V + 2U||R. Weismantel|
|151-0757-00L||Environmental Management||W||2 credits||2G||R. Züst|
|102-0317-00L||Advanced Environmental Assessments|
Master students in Environmental Engineering choosing module Ecological Systems Design are not allowed to enrol 102-0317-00 Advanced Environmental Assessments (3KP) as already included in 102-0307-01 Advanced Environmental, Social and Economic Assessments (5KP).
|W||3 credits||2G||S. Hellweg, R. Frischknecht|
|851-0703-03L||Private Construction Law |
Only for Civil Engineering BSc, Geomatic Engineering and Planning BSc, Environmental Engineering BSc and Spatial Development and Infrastructure Systems MSc and UZH MNF Geographie/Erdsystemswissenschaften
Students who have attended or will attend the lecture "Introduction to Law for Architecture " (851-0703-01L) cannot register for this course unit.
|W||2 credits||2V||T. Ender, E. Rüegg|
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