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According to the curriculum adopted by launching the construction faculty in 1949, studies profile construction is equal to the corresponding profile in the Former Yugoslav centers: Belgrade, Zagreb and Ljubljana, where theoretical knowledge and practical approaches to studies in developed European countries. According to the curriculum, study spanned ten semesters. I handed the preparatory part, which lasted two and a half years, and professional part - for two years. Tenth semester is scheduled for graduation work. All students study the unique curriculum without guidance.

In the past 50 years has gradually changed and needs for specialists in the field of construction, and also the requirements for their education. These changes had a direct or indirect impact on teaching, curriculum, and the system of organization of the curriculum. Changes to nastavanite plans and programs have been an integral part of the general situation that is rapidly changing, there are new needs, create new opportunities, find new routes. Civil Engineering strives to always follow the needs of the economy and society. In developing the teaching of Civil Engineering can be distinguished eight distinctive periods:

1. The period 1949-1956 was characterized by a continual teaching of general education profile civil engineer. Classes last for ten semesters, and tenth semester is scheduled for construction and defense of diploma work.

2. The period 1957-1959 was characterized by continual training and introducing gentle guidance in constructive, hydro and traffic direction, and by teaching lasts 8 semesters, and in the ninth semester graduate work assignment.

3. The period 1960-1965 was characterized by graded classes. takes place in three directions (constructive, hydro and road). Classes last eight semesters, and the ninth is scheduled for graduation assignment. Routing is the sixth semester.

4. The period 1966-1973 was characterized by a pronounced direction (constructive, hydro and road). Teaching nine semesters, and the tenth is for graduate work. The first level has a parallel course with directions for a period of five semesters.

5. The period 1974-1980 was characterized by reformed teaching with even more emphasized in a constructive direction, hydro, direction of roads and railways, as well as Organization and machinery construction. Instruction for all students is only in the first two semesters, and then distributed the guidelines. Students enrolled subjects, rather than semesters - 6 maximum, and minimum 3 in a semester. All courses are one semester, classes are held cyclically. The studies are divided into three parts: first - compulsory courses in the first two semesters without guidance, second - compulsory courses with guidance in three semesters, three - four semesters with guidance and required electives.

6. The period 1981-1987 was characterized by continuous-graded teaching guide in the first year. Lesson plans are the same as in the previous period, except that no electives and study established by order of listening and taking exams.Classes are held nine semesters, divided into three parts: the first lasted two semesters and is common to all directions, second RAE three semesters and the third four semesters. Items one semester, and teaching is carried out cyclically.After the first part, students are divided into four directions: constructive, hydro, roads and railways and organization and mechanization of things.

7. From 1988-2003 was performed continuous teaching guide for over two years.Due to the high cost, is abandoned cyclicity in teaching and ednosemestralnosta of cases. Teaching disciplines are performed in one or two semesters, a total of nine semesters. The first four are common to all students, and the other five semesters after taking directions: constructive, hydro, roads and railways and organization and mechanization of things. In the tenth semester diploma thesis work.

8. From 2004/05, and based on the decision of the 308 th session of the teaching council of Civil Engineering, held on 9.03.2004 yr., University (academic) undergraduate degree in construction of three directions (constructive, hydro direction and direction of roads and railways) are reformed according to the criteria prescribed by the model ECTS 4 +1 +3 (4 years undergraduate degree + 1 year poslediplom ski-degree + 3 years PhD). Study and study programs were approved by the University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius "in Skopje, and the Accreditation Board of the Republic. In 2005/06, according to the criteria prescribed by ECTS and based on the decision of the 313 th session of the teaching council of Civil Engineering, held on 11.11.2004 year., Started functioning and geotechnical studies for Model 3 +2 +3 (3 years undergraduate + postgraduate year 2 + 3 years PhD). In past studies were conducted in the first cycle or academic undergraduate degree in civil engineering, for a period of four years, with a load of 240 credits, and an undergraduate degree in geotechnical, lasting three years, with a load of 180 credits, so the current academic 2007/08 year graduating students from the first generation of reformed academic studies under the Bologna Declaration and ECTS.

At the same time, the 1987 regular instruction for VI1 degree of Geodesy. Curricula of these studies, which caused great interest among young academic staff, as much as possible compatible with the relevant plans and programs of other universities close before the Zagreb Faculty of Geodesy. Thus enabled students to complete degree VII1 of our faculty relatively easy to continue their studies for the title "engineer surveyor".

Since the establishment of the faculty 1.X.1999 year of studies VII1 degree in Civil Engineering students graduated in 2868, the studies of VI1 degree in Civil Engineering 719 and the studies of VI1 degree in surveying 391 students.


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