Bircham University’s Military Engineering program looks at the design and building of military facilities and the upkeep of the military lines of transport and communication. Military engineers are responsible for all the logistics prevailing behind military tactics. Modern military engineering can be split into three key fields: strategic support, combat engineering and ancillary support. Combat engineers are responsible for the activities that increase the freedom of movement on front lines such as digging trenches and building transient facilities in war zones. Strategic support is related to providing communication zones fundamentally the building of airfields and the improvement and enhancement of ports, roads and railways. Ancillary support is associated with the provision and dispersal of maps as well as the disposal of unexploded warheads. Military engineers build and repair bridges, ports, hospitals, bases, airfields, roads, in addition to controlling floods and navigating rivers.
Subjects covered on this course include: Foundation Engineering, Materials Science, Military Strategy, Hydraulics & Pneumatics, Data Communications, Drinking Water & Health, Antennas & Wireless Systems, Water & Waste Sanitation, Cartography, Geographic Information Systems, War Tactical Intelligence, Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Energy Process Engineering, Civil Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, Maintenance Engineering Management, Hydraulic Engineering, Energy Engineering &
The Military Engineering course is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree program levels.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors
Language of instruction: English
Location: Villanueva de la Cañada