General courses

Year 1

Supplementary information

All students follow the same courses during the first year of the programme. At the end of the spring term, the students choose one of the four specialisations:

Mathematics and Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry, Mathematics and Technology, specialising in Energy and environment, Mathematics and Technology specialising in Information and communication technology.

Year 2

Mandatory courses (12.0 hp)

Code Name Credits Edu. level
UCK310 Social Relations and Educational Leadership 6.0 hp First cycle
UMK310 Development and Learning in Science and Technology 6.0 hp First cycle

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

Year 3

Mandatory courses (15.0 hp)

Code Name Credits Edu. level
LT1022 Science, Technology and Learning 11.0 hp First cycle
ME2084 Organizational Analysis and Professional Roles 4.0 hp Second cycle

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PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

Year 4

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

Year 5

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

Mathematics and Physics (MAFY)

Year 2

Mandatory courses (60.0 hp)

Code Name Credits Edu. level
LT1037 Educational Leadership 6.0 hp First cycle
LT1039 Development and Learning in Science and Technology 6.0 hp First cycle
SF1672 Linear Algebra 7.5 hp First cycle
SF1673 Analysis in one variable 7.5 hp First cycle
SF1674 Multivariable Calculus 7.5 hp First cycle
SG1112 Mechanics I 9.0 hp First cycle
SI1122 Thermodynamics 5.0 hp First cycle
SK1104 Classical Physics 7.5 hp First cycle
SK1105 Experimental Physics 4.0 hp First cycle

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, TO BE CHANGED 

The majority of the specialised courses are followed jointly with first-year Engineering Physics. From autumn term 2016, there will be certain changes in the programme syllabus for Engineering Physics. This will also affect the Master of Science in Engineering and Education programme and the Mathematics and Physics specialisation, principally years 2 and 3.

Year 3

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, TO BE CHANGED

From autumn term 2017, there will be certain changes in the programme syllabus for year 3.

Year 4

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

The majority of the courses are followed by all students.
Conditionally elective courses in Physics/Mathematics constitute approx. 11 ECTS credits.

Suggestions for conditionally elective courses that are approved for the degree are to be found in the list under CLGYM/MAFY (Master of Science in Engineering and Education programme and the Mathematics and Physics specialisation), year 4.

Year 5

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

The majority of the courses are followed by all students.

Conditionally elective courses in Physics/Mathematics constitute approx. 8 ECTS credits.

Suggestions for conditionally elective courses that are approved for the degree are to be found in the list under CLGYM/MAFY (Master of Science in Engineering and Education programme and the Mathematics and Physics specialisation), year 4, during the academic year 2016/17.

Mathematics and Chemistry (MAKE)

Year 2

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

The majority of the specialised courses are followed jointly with first-year Degree Programme in Engineering Chemistry.

Year 3

Mandatory courses (61.0 hp)

Code Name Credits Edu. level
KA1040 Perspectives on Research and Innovation 8.5 hp First cycle
KD1070 Molecular Structure 6.0 hp First cycle
KD1080 Chemical Dynamics 6.0 hp First cycle
KE1160 Thermodynamics 7.5 hp First cycle
LT1035 VFU2: Experiments and Informal Learning Environments Common course, includes 9 credits VFU 11.0 hp First cycle
ME2084 Organizational Analysis and Professional Roles 4.0 hp Second cycle
SF1514 Numerical Methods, Basic Course 6.0 hp First cycle
SF1633 Differential Equations I 6.0 hp First cycle
SF1914 Probability Theory and Statistics 6.0 hp First cycle

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

The majority of the specialised courses are followed jointly with second-year Degree Programme in Engineering Chemistry.

Year 4

Mandatory courses (48.0 hp)

Code Name Credits Edu. level
EH2070 Project Management and Business Development 6.0 hp Second cycle
MJ2612 Teaching and Sustainable Development 6.0 hp Second cycle
SF2717 Mathematics, Advanced Course 6.0 hp Second cycle
SF2718 Mathematics for Chemists 6.0 hp Second cycle
UMK702 Teaching and Assessment in Mathematics and Technology or Science 9.0 hp Second cycle
UMK703 School Placement III with Subject Didactics Gemensam kurs, inkluderar 9 hp VFU 15.0 hp Second cycle

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

The majority of the courses are followed by all students.

Conditionally elective courses in Chemistry/Mathematics constitute approx. 12 ECTS credits.

Suggestions for conditionally elective courses that are approved for the degree are to be found in the list under CLGYM/MAKE (Master of Science in Engineering and Education programme and the Mathematics and Chemistry specialisation), year 4.

Year 5

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

The majority of the courses are followed by all students.

Conditionally elective courses in Chemistry/Mathematics constitute approx. 3 ECTS credits.

Suggestions for conditionally elective courses that are approved for the degree are to be found in the list under CLGYM/MAKE (Master of Science in Engineering and Education programme and the Mathematics and Chemistry specialisation), year 4, during the academic year 2016/17.

Mathematics and Engineering specialising in Computer Science (TEDA)

Year 2

Mathematics and Technology: Energy and Environment (TEMI)

Year 2

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

The majority of the specialised courses are followed jointly with first-year Degree Programme in Energy and Environment

Year 3

Mandatory courses (58.5 hp)

Code Name Credits Edu. level
AL2113 Sustainable Development in theory and practise 6.0 hp Second cycle
KE1060 Material and Energy Balances 7.5 hp First cycle
LT1035 VFU2: Experiments and Informal Learning Environments Common course, includes 9 credits VFU 11.0 hp First cycle
ME2084 Organizational Analysis and Professional Roles 4.0 hp Second cycle
MJ1112 Applied Thermodynamics 9.0 hp First cycle
MJ1145 Energy Systems 7.5 hp First cycle
SF1633 Differential Equations I 6.0 hp First cycle
SF1925 Applied Statistics 7.5 hp First cycle

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

The majority of the specialised courses are followed jointly with second-year Degree Programme in Energy and Environment.

Year 4

Mandatory courses (54.0 hp)

Code Name Credits Edu. level
AK2209 Energy Systems in Society 6.0 hp Second cycle
EH2070 Project Management and Business Development 6.0 hp Second cycle
MJ2612 Teaching and Sustainable Development 6.0 hp Second cycle
SF2717 Mathematics, Advanced Course 6.0 hp Second cycle
SF2718 Mathematics for Chemists 6.0 hp Second cycle
UMK702 Teaching and Assessment in Mathematics and Technology or Science 9.0 hp Second cycle
UMK704 School Placement III with Subject Didactics Common course, includes 12 credits VFU 15.0 hp Second cycle

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

The majority of the courses are followed by all students.

Conditionally elective courses in Technology/Mathematics constitute approx. 6 ECTS credits.

Suggestions for conditionally elective courses that are approved for the degree are to be found in the list under CLGYM/TEMI (Master of Science in Engineering and Education programme and the Mathematics and Technology specialisation in Energy and Environment), year 4.

Year 5

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

Conditionally elective courses in Technology/Mathematics constitute approx. 9 ECTS credits.

The majority of the courses are followed by all students.

Suggestions for conditionally elective courses that are approved for the degree are to be found in the list under CLGYM/TEMI (Master of Science in Engineering and Education programme and the Mathematics and Technology specialisation in Energy and Environment), year 4, during the academic year 2016/17.

Mathematics and Technology: Information and communication (TIKT)

Year 2

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

The majority of the specialised courses are followed jointly with first-year Degree Programme in Computer Science and Engineering or Media Technology.

Year 3

Mandatory courses (58.5 hp)

Code Name Credits Edu. level
DD1362 Programming Paradigms 6.0 hp First cycle
DD1368 Database Technology 6.0 hp First cycle
DD1393 Software Engineering 10.5 hp First cycle
DD1395 In-depth Essay in Computer Science 3.0 hp First cycle
LT1035 VFU2: Experiments and Informal Learning Environments Common course, includes 9 credits VFU 11.0 hp First cycle
ME2084 Organizational Analysis and Professional Roles 4.0 hp Second cycle
SF1514 Numerical Methods, Basic Course 6.0 hp First cycle
SF1633 Differential Equations I 6.0 hp First cycle
SF1917 Probability Theory and Statistics 6.0 hp First cycle

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED
The majority of the specialised courses are followed jointly with second-year Degree Programme in Computer Science and Engineering or Media Technology.

Year 4

Conditionally elective courses

Code Name Credits Edu. level
DD1350 Logic for Computer Science 6.0 hp First cycle
DD1361 Programming Paradigms 7.5 hp First cycle
DD1396 Parallel and Concurrent Programming in Introduction to Computer Science 3.0 hp First cycle
DD2350 Algorithms, Data Structures and Complexity 9.5 hp Second cycle
DD2352 Algorithms and Complexity 7.5 hp Second cycle
DD2363 Methods in Scientific Computing 7.5 hp Second cycle
DD2395 Computer Security 6.0 hp Second cycle
DD2418 Language Engineering 6.0 hp Second cycle
DD2429 Computational Photography 6.0 hp Second cycle
DD2440 Advanced Algorithms 6.0 hp Second cycle
DD2442 Seminars on Theoretical Computer Science 7.5 hp Second cycle
DD2447 Statistical Methods in Applied Computer Science 6.0 hp Second cycle
DD2448 Foundations of Cryptography 7.5 hp Second cycle
DH2320 Introduction to Visualization and Computer Graphics 6.0 hp Second cycle
DH2323 Computer Graphics and Interaction 6.0 hp Second cycle
DH2408 Evaluation Methods in Human-Computer Interaction 6.0 hp Second cycle
DM2518 Mobile Development with Web Technologies 7.5 hp Second cycle
DT2140 Multimodal Interaction and Interfaces 7.5 hp Second cycle
IK2218 Protocols and Principles of the Internet 6.0 hp Second cycle
MG2128 CAD and Other IT Tools in Industrial Processes, Extended Course 7.5 hp Second cycle
SF1677 Foundations of Analysis 7.5 hp First cycle
SF1678 Groups and Rings 7.5 hp First cycle
SF2520 Applied Numerical Methods 7.5 hp Second cycle
SF2701 Financial Mathematics, Basic Course 7.5 hp Second cycle
SF2718 Mathematics for Chemists 6.0 hp Second cycle
SF2832 Mathematical Systems Theory 7.5 hp Second cycle
SF2930 Regression Analysis 7.5 hp Second cycle
SF2940 Probability Theory 7.5 hp Second cycle
SG1510 Introduction to Classical and Solid Mechanics 7.5 hp First cycle

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

The majority of the courses are followed by all students.

Conditionally elective courses in ICT Technology/Mathematics constitute approx. 18 ECTS credits.

Suggestions for conditionally elective courses that are approved for the degree are to be found in the list under CLGYM/TIKT (Master of Science in Engineering and Education programme and the Mathematics and Technology with specialisation in Information- and Communication technology), year 4.

Year 5

Supplementary information

PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS, MAY BE CHANGED

The majority of the courses are followed by all students.

Conditionally elective courses in ICT Technology/Mathematics constitute approx. 9 ECTS credits.

Suggestions for conditionally elective courses that are approved for the degree are to be found in the list under CLGYM/TIKT (Master of Science in Engineering and Education programme and the Mathematics and Technology with specialisation in Information- and Communication technology), year 4, during the academic year 2014/15.