The master programme is divided into general education and specialisation. The general education consists of three compulsory modules. These are: Alpine Infrastructure Engineering 1, Computational Engineering 1, Innovative Building Materials, Building Methods and Constructions 1. The specialisation is divided into two branches of two compulsory modules each. Students can choose between Infrastructure and Environment or Construction and Management. The compulsory modules related to Infrastructure and Environment are Alpine Infrastructure Engineering 2 and Computational Engineering 2. The compulsory modules related to Construction and Management are Innovative Building Materials, Building Methods and Constructions 2 and Computational Engineering 2. Moreover four elective modules are available in the specialisation. These are: Alpine Infrastructure Engineering 3, Computational Engineering 3, Innovative Building Materials, Building Methods and Constructions 3 and Soft Skills 2. It is recommended to do a relevant work placement in the technical field of 240 working hours. The master programme concludes with the defence of the master thesis in the form of an oral examination before a committee.