General courses

Year 1

Optional courses

Code Name Credits Edu. level
SF1611 Introductory Course in Mathematics I 1.5 hp First cycle

Year 2

Mandatory courses (60.0 hp)

Code Name Credits Edu. level
MF1015 Product Realization 12.0 hp First cycle
SD1120 Noise and Vibration Control 9.0 hp First cycle
SE1010 Solid Mechanics, Basic Course with Project 12.0 hp First cycle
SF1634 Differential Equations II 9.0 hp First cycle
SG1140 Mechanics II 6.0 hp First cycle
SG1216 Thermodynamics 6.0 hp First cycle
SG1217 Fluid Mechanics, Basic Course 6.0 hp First cycle

Year 3

Mandatory courses (36.0 hp)

Code Name Credits Edu. level
EL1000 Automatic Control, General Course 6.0 hp First cycle
MF1017 Basic Electrical Engineering 6.0 hp First cycle
SD2125 Signals and Mechanical Systems 6.0 hp Second cycle
SE1025 FEM for Engineering Applications 6.0 hp First cycle
SF1861 Optimization 6.0 hp First cycle
SF1901 Probability Theory and Statistics 6.0 hp First cycle

Supplementary information

The last two years of the program are completed within the context of a master’s program. 
For information about curriculum in year 4-5 see Master´s Programmes in:

Aerospace Engineering, Vehicle Engineering, Sustainable Energy Engineering, Industrial Management, Engineering Design, Integrated Product Design (only track Concurrent Engineering), Nuclear Energy Engineering, Naval Architecture, Engineering Mechanics, Applied and Computational Mathematics.

Year 4

Supplementary information

The last two years of the program are completed within the context of a master’s program. 

Courses taken within the fourth year will refer back to the first year’s annual study plan in the master’s program that you have chosen.

The selectable master’s programs leading to a Master of Science in Vehicle Engineering are:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Vehicle Engineering
  • Sustainable Energy Engineering
  • Industrial Management
  • Engineering Design
  • Integrated Product Design - New track Autumn 2016 which will replace track Concurrent Engineering: Innovation Management and Product Development
  • Nuclear Energy Engineering
  • Naval Architecture
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Applied and Computational Mathematics.

Year 5

Supplementary information

The last two years of the program are completed within the context of a master’s program. 

Courses taken within the fifth year will refer back to the second year’s annual study plan in the master’s program that you have chosen.

The selectable master’s programs leading to a Master of Science in Vehicle Engineering are:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Vehicle Engineering
  • Sustainable Energy Engineering
  • Industrial Management
  • Engineering Design
  • Integrated Product Design -  New track Autumn 2016 which will replace track Concurrent Engineering: Innovation Management and Product Development
  • Nuclear Energy Engineering
  • Naval Architecture
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Applied and Computational Mathematics.