About us


Starting with 1976 the Pedagogical Institute of Oradea began its activity with sub-engineering departments.

The day courses lasted until 1986 and evening classes until 1993. Between 1976-1989 the name of the Pedagogical Institute was successively changed into the Institute of Higher Studies and then into the Institute of Sub-engineers Oradea.

After the revolution of 1989, Romanian higher education returned to the Romanian tradition correlated with the Western system.

Thus, in 1990, by H.G. nr. 460/02.05.1990, the Technical University of Oradea is established, within which the Faculty of Environmental Protection was established, among whose specializations functioned since 1993 Cadastre – Geodesy profile, as well as Sanitary Engineering and Environmental Protection – Constructions profile, as resulting from OM no. 4685/ 07.04.1993. The establishment of the specialization Cadastre – Geodesy profile – predates H.G.R. no. 569/1995, regarding the program of the academic evaluation process (approved in the meeting of C.N.E.A.A. on 09.10.1995).

With the establishment of the specializations "Architecture" (1994) and "Civil, Industrial and Agricultural Constructions" (2003), in addition to the existing 2 – Cadastre and Sanitary Engineering and Environmental Protection, the creation of the Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering in 2002 became imminent.  The Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering, established by H.G. 410/May 2002, by detachment from the Faculty of Environmental Protection, began its activity in the academic year 2002 – 2003, within it functioning in the profile of Constructions the  specializations Sanitary Engineering and Environmental Protection – accredited since 2002  and Industrial and Agricultural Civil Constructions – provisionally authorized – 2003.

Starting with the academic year 2003-2004, the Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering included the specializations Cadastre, Architecture, Sanitary Engineering and Environmental Protection and Industrial and Agricultural Civil Constructions, all in the form of "full-time" education. This initiative stemmed from the alignment of Romanian higher education with the European and world one.

The Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering, renamed in 2015 as Faculty of Construction, Cadastre and Architecture has 4 related study programs, with great demand on the labor market. Considering that the number of investors in the area is constantly increasing, that a large number of projects are being developed, which attract EU funds, at the same time, taking into account the specificity of the fields of training, in accordance with the socio-economic needs of the western area, especially through the available material base, the number of existing teachers, as well as the number of students who have opted for these training programs; The existence of these study programs represents viable and prospective options for young high school graduates. 

Currently, within the faculty there is an accredited master program in the field of Civil Engineering and Installations with a duration of 2 years called "Smart and Sustainable Constructions" and an accredited master program in the field of Geodetic Engineering, with a duration of 2 years, called "Geoinformation Systems in Cadastre and Urbanism".



Fields and study programs

THE FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, CADASTRE AND ARCHITECTURE trains specialists, through accredited study programs for the two cycles of higher education, bachelor and master, in the following fields:

Bachelor's degree studies:

  • Geodetic Engineering / LAND MEASUREMENTS AND CADASTRE, full-time education (IF);
  • Architecture / ARCHITECTURE, full-time education (IF).

Master's degree studies:

  • Civil Engineering and Facilities / SMART AND SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION.