Programme: Technologies and Systems in Mechanical Engineering

 

Master of Mechanical Engineering

 

Admission requirements


Based on the Article 38a of the Higher Education Act, the programme can be entered by anyone who has:

an undergraduate degree with a minimum of 180 ECTS in the field of engineering, manufacturing, architecture and civil engineering, computer science, environmental protection;

an undergraduate degree with a minimum of 180 ECTS st
in other areas.  A condition of 30 ECTS in the 1 -cycle study programme Technologies and Systems has to be fulfilled by the candidates before their enrollment;

the Bachelor’s degree, adopted prior to 11. 6. 2004, in the field of engineering,  manufacturing, architecture and civil engineering, computer science, environmental protection;

the Bachelor’s degree, adopted prior to 11.6.2004 in st other areas.  A condition of 30 ECTS gained in the 1 -cycle study programme Technologies and Systems has to be fulfilled by the candidates before their enrollement.

 

Professional Study Programme - 2nd Cycle

Master's degree:

  • magister inženir strojništva, abbreviated to mag. inž. str,
  • Master of Mechanical Engineering
 
CURRICULUM

Study year I

No.

Courses 1. semester 2. semester ECTS
P V/LV P V/LV
1. Selected Chapter of Physics 30 -/30     7
2. Heat Treatments 30 -/30     7
3. Computional Fluid Dynamics 45 15/30     8
4. Structural Mechanical Simulation 45 15/30     8
5. Researc Methods     15 15/- 4
6. Conteporary Manufacturing Systems     30 -/30 6
7. Computer Aided Technological Processes (CAD/CAM in CIM)     30 -/30 6
8. Mechantronics      45 30/- 7
9. Virtual Prototypes      45 -/30 7
  TOGETHER 150 30/120 165 45/90 60   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Study year II

No.

Courses
1. semester 2. semester ECTS
P V/LV P V/LV
  Module          
1. Course 1 45 15/30     8
2. Course 2 45 15/30     8
3. Elective Course 1  45 15/30     7
4. Elective Course 2  45  15/30     7
5. Seminar        30/- 5
6. Master's Thesis         25
  TOGETHER 180 60/90 30/- 60   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Optional courses allow students to plan study in accordance with their individual needs.

Modules comprise of the three courses that round up each individual field.