Our BSc programme in Mechanical Engineering offers the knowledge of mechanical engineers who are able to operate and maintain machines and engineering equipments, to install and apply mechanical engineering technologies, to organize and control the work, and to fulfill the technical development, research and planning tasks of average complexity level in accordance with the requirements of the labour market; and who have acquired in-depth theoretical knowledge that is adequate to enable them to continue with their studies in the graduate, master level.

 

  Basic data  

 

Level:               Undergradute

Type:               Bachelor of Science

Duration:         7 semesters

Qualification:   Mechanical Engineer

Faculty:           Institute of Engineering Sciences

 

  Content and Structure  

During their studies students are required to take up to 210 credits, each semester totaling 30 credits. In the final semester students are required to accomplish their final degree projects and write their thesis.

 

  Specialization  

  • Mechatronics
  • Maintenance

 

  Keywords / Subject areas  

Mechatronics, Maintenance, Engineering Physics, Engineering Mathematics, Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Hydrodynamics, CAD, Chemistry and Materials Science, Machine Structures, Technology of Structural Materials, Metrology, Production Engineering, Electricity, Machinery, Electric Engines and Drives, Environmental Protection and Energy Management, Quality Management, Mechatronic systems, Production Planning, CAM, Tribology, Maintenance Technologies, Maintenance Strategy

 

  Career opportunities  

Nowadays there is an increasing demand on the labour market for mechanical engineers. The industrial areas of machine production, chemical production and the energy sector requires skillful mechanical engineers to do the work tasks of factories and design offices in relation to technical design, maintenance and quality insurance.

 

Further information on the study program is in the official description.

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