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The first efforts related to the education of students in the field of Civil Engineering at the Częstochowa University of Technology took place in 1962.

In the 1962/63 academic year, the Częstochowa University of Technology together with the Silesian University of Technology created the Evening Study of Civil Engineering.

In 1972/73, evening studies were opened with the faculty of Construction with the specialty of Construction and Engineering Structures. In parallel with these studies in the years 1973 - 1976, the so-called post-graduate studies for engineers of other specialties (miners, electricians, mechanics) in the field of construction with the Urban and Industrial Construction specialty were conducted at the Czestochowa University of Technology.

The establishment of an independent faculty took place in June 1975 with the publication of the MNSzWiT ordinance, under which the Institute of Civil Engineering was established at the Częstochowa University of Technology, with two fields of study: Construction and Environmental Engineering.

The creation of the fourth faculty at the Częstochowa University of Technology was one of the most important events in the life of our University in the seventies - the number of fields of full-time Master's studies increased from three to five.In 1975/76, the Institute of Civil Engineering conducted the first recruitment for full-time MA studies in the field of Construction with the Construction and Engineering Structures specialty and in the field of Environmental Engineering with the Sanitary Devices specialty.

In 1979/80, MNSzWiT the Institute was granted the right to pursue specializations in the field of Building Engineering called Technology Organization and Construction Management. From 1980/81, the Institute of Civil Engineering conducted full-time master's degree studies at both faculties, and the Faculty of Civil Engineering continued its professional studies in the evening system. In 1980, 44 graduates received the first diplomas of full-time master's studies.

Pursuant to the ordinance of MNSzWiT of March 6, 1984, the Institute of Civil Engineering was transformed into Faculty of Civil Engineering. On the basis of the Ministry's ordinance of February 12, 1992, the Faculty of Civil Engineering changed its name to the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering.The development of the faculty's scientific and didactic staff and the increasing number of students in both directions have caused another organizational change. By ordinance No. 2 of the Ministry of National Education of January 21, 1997, the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering were separated and the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering were created.

On March 18, 1994, at the meeting of the FEANI Register Commission in Brussels, both faculties of study conducted by our Faculty were included in the FEANI INDEX, which means that graduates of these fields of study after graduating and obtaining the diploma can apply for the title of EUR ING. It facilitates our graduates to pursue the engineering profession in European countries.The Faculty conducts very effective scientific cooperation with many foreign centers with which it has bilateral agreements, primarily with the University of Architecture and Construction in Beijing, with the University of Architecture and Construction in St. Petersburg, with the Technical University of Vienna, with the TH in Darmstadt, UT in Brest and TU in Moscow.

From the academic year 1999/2000, the Faculty of Civil Engineering participates in the implementation of the Socrates-Erasmus European Community program. During these few years of program implementation, a lot of students have already benefited from the chance to take a semester course at a foreign partner university.In 2005, the Faculty obtained the PhD degree in Construction.

From the academic year 2007/2008, the Faculty starts the implementation of the Live Long Learning program (formerly Leonardo da Vinci and Socrates-Erasmus programs), under which our students will be able to undergo apprenticeships in the member and associated EU countries and take semester-long studies at universities of partner countries from the European Union.