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2022

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CORE STUDIES
                                                               
Engineering Core Studies 1
                                                               
Introduction to UAS Studies 1
     
             
                                   
Functions and Equations 1 3
     
             
                                   
Geometry and Vectors 3
     
             
                                   
Basic Course in Business Economics 3
       
               
                             
Applied Software Tools 5
     
             
                                   
Engineering Core Studies 2
                                                               
Functions and Equations 2 3
       
               
                             
Derivatives and Integrals 3
       
               
                             
Mechanics 5
       
               
                             
Electricity and Magnetism 3
       
               
                             
Swedish for Engineers 3
     
             
                                   
Engineering Core Studies 3
                                                               
Differential Equations 3  
       
                   
                         
English for Working Life 3  
         
                     
                   
Hydromechanics and Thermal Physics 4  
         
                     
                   
Finnish 2  
         
                     
                   
General Energy Technology 3  
       
                   
                         
Engineering Core Studies 4
                                                               
Technical English for Engineers 3  
       
                   
                         
Finnish for Working Life 4    
         
                         
               
Technical Reporting 3    
           
                           
         
Chemistry 3
       
               
                             
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PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
                                                               
Basic in Engineer Technology
                                                               
Technical Drawing 3
     
             
                                   
3D Design 4
     
             
                                   
Materials 5
       
               
                             
Construction Technology 1
                                                               
Tribology Technology 3  
       
                   
                         
Strength of Materials 1 3  
       
                   
                         
Machine Elements 1 3  
       
                   
                         
Machine Elements 2 3  
         
                     
                   
Economy and Labour Market
                                                               
Cost and Benefit Analysis 3  
         
                     
                   
Leadership and Labour Law 5    
         
                         
               
Management Systems 4    
           
                           
         
Occupational Health and Safety 3
       
               
                             
Transport Technology
                                                               
Engine Technology 4    
         
                         
               
Road Transports 6    
         
                         
               
Logistics 3    
         
                         
               
Workshop Technology 3  
         
                     
                   
                                                               
Hydraulics and Pneumatics 5  
       
                   
                         
Robotic Technology 4    
         
                         
               
Robotic Laboratory Work 3    
           
                           
         
Production Simulation 3    
           
                           
         
Manufacturing Technology 3
     
             
                                   
Automotive Technology 1
                                                               
Automotive Technology 1 5
       
               
                             
Motor Vehicle Inspection 3    
         
                         
               
Automative Laboratory Work 1 5  
       
                 
                   
Sales and Marketing 2    
           
                           
         
Automotive Technology 2
                                                               
Automotive Technology 2 5  
       
                 
                   
Automotive Electronics 1 3    
         
                         
               
Automotive Electronics 2 3    
           
                           
         
Automotive Laboratory Work 2 3    
           
                           
         
Power Transmission 3  
       
                   
                         
                                                               
Industrial Training 30                                                                
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PRACTICAL TRAINING
                                                               
PRACTICAL TRAINING
                                                               
Student Internship 1 10
     
           
                             
Student Internship 2 10  
         
                     
                   
Student Internship 3 10    
           
                           
         
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THESIS
                                                               
THESIS
                                                               
Degree Thesis 15                                                                
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ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year 68 64 63 0 30 38 31 33 32 31 0 0 15 15 12.7 12.7 12.7 15.5 15.5 11 11 11 16 16 10.3 10.3 10.3 0 0 0 0 0

Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.

Maskin- och produktionsteknik, h22, dagstudier

Description

The curriculum provides a framework for education in Mechanical and Production Engineering. The learning outcomes, objectives, content, methods and assessment criteria of the courses are described. Learning is based on the student first acquiring factual knowledge that is gradually built on in order to develop students' ability to apply, reflect, develop and evaluate future decision-making in companies and other organizations during their studies. Sustainable development is the foundation of our future. Therefore, issues related to sustainability are included in many of our courses, sometimes as central content, sometimes as a setting. From UN's 17 goals for sustainable development, number 7 (Affordable and clean energy), 9 (Industry, innovation and infrastructure) and 12 (Responsible consumption and production) are central in our education. Also goals number 5 (Gender equality), 8 (Decent work and economic growth), 11 (Sustainable cities and communities) and 13 (Climate action) are covered in our courses.

Education in Mechanical and Production Engineering aims on providing good theoretical and practical knowledge that is adapted to the needs of the business community. The versatile and broad education gives students great choices to design their future career. The curriculum provides the student with broad-based technical skills in the areas of mechanical engineering, operation and energy technology as well as automotive and transport technology in order to creatively solve and analyze technical problems. They should have the ability to analyze problems from an economic and sustainable perspective. In addition, the student is equipped with readiness to learn leadership, organizational development, communicative and ethical skills to work within global networks.