The purpose of the thesis is to analyze the acquired subject-specific competences at the study of university level of civil engineering – communal course. We are interested in particular if the subject-specific competences which the graduates acquire are appropriate, have enough depth and if they meet their expectations and also meet the demands and expectations of the job market. The assumed working hypothesis is that graduates at the university level of civil engineering – communal course – acquire appropriate subject specific competences even from the non typical civil engineering areas, which allows them easier and better employability on the job market. Data for the analysis was gathered with three questionnaires. Each one consisted of three parts, namely the part with general questions, the main part which consisted of grading the acquired subject specific competences at the individual guidance subjects during the study and their ranking of importance, and the last part which consists of descriptive questions of the study alone and of the figure of communal engineer. It was found out that the respondents were in general satisfied with the level of subject-specific competences, that they are quite unified on their opinions on which competences are most essential, and that the figure of communal engineer is important for the job market. These findings can serve as starting grounds for designing a new study course of communal engineering and can also serve as guidelines for the update and supplementation of the individual proffesional subjects on the Faculty of civil engineering of the University of Ljubljana.