LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMME
In the design of the master program, subject related and social competences gained in Bachelor of Science degree program are deepened and modified. The master’s program leads to the acquisition of advance analytical and methodological competences. The intended learning outcomes and the requirements to achieve them have been made transparent to the learners. Students and prospective students can find the learning outcomes on the web site of the department. Formal mechanisms are in place for the periodic review and monitoring of the degree programme. Students are assessed using the published criteria to ensure that the learning outcomes intended by the degree programme have all been achieved. Student achievements have been measured and monitored constantly to make sure that they are competent to take up qualified employment after graduating from the degree programme.
- A list of the intended learning outcomes of the degree programme is given below
- An ability to understand and apply extensive advanced knowledge of mathematic-scientific and engineering principles
- An ability to analyse and solve problems scientifically
- An ability to apply innovative computational methods in mechanical engineering to problem-solving
- An ability to plan and carry out analytic, model and experimental investigations.
- An ability to design an efficient research methodology and carry out advanced level of research on specific mechanical engineering topics
- An ability to carry out team-work activities with other specialized mechanical engineers or participating in team-work activities of multi-disciplinary nature for solution of the targeted problem
- An ability to correlate advanced level mechanical engineering concepts and theories with each other, as well as with the basic level engineering background received in BSc. Degree education
- An Ability to use advanced level engineering theories on the analysis and/or the design of specified mechanical engineering problems /projects.