Appendix 1: Course list

Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering (CMAST), Programme syllabus for studies starting in autumn 2017

General courses

Year 1

Year 2

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

Only students admitted to study year 2, Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering 300 credits, from Degree Programme Open Entrance, must take the conditionally elective course MG1028 Introductory 3D CAD, 1,5 credits.

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditionally elective courses).

Master's programmes leading to Master of Science in Engineering degree:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Vehicle Engineering
  • Sustainable Energy Engineering
  • Industrial Management (Technical Profile: Engineering Design, Energy, Production or Solid Mechanics)
  • Integrated Product Design
    Track, Innovation Management and Product Development
  • Production Engineering Management
    Recommended profiles: Industrial IT-systems, Industrial welding, Production engineering and management and Production development
  • Engineering Design
    Track, Combustion Engineering
    Track, Machine Design
    Track, Mechatronics
  • Nuclear Energy Engineering
  • Applied and Computational Mathematics (Technical Profile: Production and Energy or Solid Mechanics)
  • Naval Architecture
  • Sustainable Technology (Technical Profile: Engineering Design, Energy, Production or Solid Mechanics)
  • Engineering Mechanics
    Track, Fluid Mechanics
    Track, Solid Mechanics
    Track, Sound and Vibrations

Some Masterprograms require specific courses during study year 3.

Year 4

Supplementary information

Information is based upon the curriculum for academic year 2018/2019. Changes may occur.

Master's programmes leading to Master of Science in Engineering degree:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Vehicle Engineering
  • Sustainable Energy Engineering
  • Industrial Management (Technical Profile: Engineering Design, Energy, Production or Solid Mechanics)
  • Integrated Product Design
    Track, Innovation Management and Product Development
  • Production Engineering Management
  • Engineering Design
    Track, Combustion Engineering
    Track, Machine Design
    Track, Mechatronics
  • Nuclear Energy Engineering
  • Applied and Computational Mathematics (Technical Profile: Production and Energy or Solid Mechanics)
  • Naval Architecture
  • Sustainable Technology (Technical Profile: Engineering Design, Energy, Production or Solid Mechanics)
  • Engineering Mechanics
    Track, Fluid Mechanics
    Track, Solid Mechanics
    Track, Sound and Vibrations

Some Masterprograms require specific courses during year 3.

Year 5

Supplementary information

Information is based upon the curriculum for academic year 2014/15. Changes may occur.

Master's programmes leading to Master of Science in Engineering degree:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Vehicle Engineering
  • Sustainable Energy Engineering
  • Industrial Management
  • Integrated Product Design (Tracks Integrated product design and Product innovation)
  • Production Engineering Management
  • Engineering Design
  • Nuclear Energy Engineering
  • Mathematics (Track Mathematical statistics and financial mathematics, Track Computational mathematics and Track Optimization and systems theor)
  • Naval Architecture
  • Sustainable Technology
  • Engineering Mechanics

Some Masterprograms require specific courses during year 3.

Master, Aerospece Engineering (AEE)

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Recommended courses

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

One of the conditionally elective courses SG1217 or SG1220 must be chosen. 

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Master, Vehicle Engineering (FOR)

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

At least one of the conditionally elective courses must be chosen.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Master, Industrial Management (INE)

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

CMAST-students at Masters programme, Industrial Management (TINEM)
A technical profile specified within the study year plan for Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering must be chosen

One of the following profiles can be chosen during study year 4-5:

  • Technical profile Construction
    Courses corresponding to at least 18 credits, listed below, shall be taken during study year 4-5:
    MF2101 Machine Design 6 credits
    MF2102 Machine Design Project 6 credits
    MF2010 Component Design 6 credits
    MF2011 Systems Engineering 9 credits
    MF2019 CAD 3D-modelling and Visualization 6 credits *
    MF2024 Robust and Probabilistic Design 6 credits
    * will be able to study in period 2 and 4
  • Technical profile Energy
    MJ2413 Energy and Environment 6 credits
    MJ2411 Renewable Energy Technology 6 credits *
    MJ2380 Introduction to Energy Systems Analysis and Applications 9 credits
    *can also be chosen study year 5
  • Technical profile Production
    MG2029  Production Engineering - Planning and Control 6 credits
    (MG1024 Production in study year 3, is the eligibility course for MG2029)

    One of the following two courses must be chosen:

    MG2028 CAD and Other IT Tools in Industrial Processes 6 credits
    MG2130  Modelling and Simulation of Industrial Processes 9 credits
    As well as one of the following courses must be chosen, either study year 4 or 5:
    MG2009 Advanced Manufacturing Technology 6 credits
    MG2109 Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Extended Course 9 credits
    MG2110 Advanced Metrology 9 credits
    MG2022 Advanced CAD Modelling and Rapid Prototyping 6 credits *
    MG2135 PLM - Product Lifecycle Management 9 credits
    MG2036 Computer Aided Manufacturing - CAM 6 credits
    MG2038 Digital Factories 6 credits **
    MG2010 Modern Industrial Metrology 6 credits *
    * MG2028 prerequisites
    ** MG2130 prerequisites
  • Technical profile Solid Mechanics 
    SE1025 FEM for Engineering Applications 6 credits 

    One of the following two courses must be chosen:

    SE2126 Material Mechanics 9 credits
    SE2132 Applied Elasticity with FEM 9 credits

    As well as one of the following courses must be chosen:

    SE2860 FEM Modelling 8 credits
    SE2137 Fatigue 6 credits
    SE2139 Fracture Mechanics 6 credits 
    SE2134 Dynamic Problems in Solid Mechanics  7,5 credits
    SE2121 Introduction to Biomechanics 9 credits

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

At least one of the conditionally elective courses must be chosen.

Notice: You need MG1024 Production for eligibility to the course MG2029 Production Engineering - Planning and Control, which is a mandatory course for students attending the Master's Programme Industrial Management (TINEM), Technical profile: Production

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Year 4

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

CMAST-students at Masters programme, Industrial Management (TINEM)
A technical profile specified within the study year plan for Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering must be chosen

One of the following profiles can be chosen during study year 4-5:

  • Technical profile Construction
    Courses corresponding to at least 18 credits, listed below, shall be taken during study year 4-5:
    MF2101 Machine Design 6 credits
    MF2102 Machine Design Project Course 6 credits
    MF2010 Component Design 6 credits
    MF2011 Systems Engineering 9 credits
    MF2019 CAD 3D-modelling and Visualization 6 credits *
    MF2024 Robust and Probabilistic Design 6 credits
    * will be able to study in period 2 and 4
  • Technical profile Energy
    MJ2413 Energy and Environment 6 credits
    MJ2411 Renewable Energy Technology 6 credits *
    MJ2380 Introduction to Energy Systems Analysis and Applications 9 credits
    *can also be chosen study year 5
  • Technical profile Production
    MG2029  Production Engineering - Planning and Control 6 credits
    (MG1024 Production in study year 3, is the eligibility course for MG2029)

    One of the following two courses must be chosen:

    MG2028 CAD and Other IT Tools in Industrial Processes 6 credits
    MG2130  Modelling and Simulation of Industrial Processes 9 credits
    As well as one of the following courses must be chosen, either study year 4 or 5:
    MG2009 Advanced Manufacturing Technology 6 credits
    MG2109 Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Extended Course 9 credits
    MG2110 Advanced Metrology 9 credits
    MG2022 Advanced CAD Modelling and Rapid Prototyping 6 credits *
    MG2135 PLM - Product Lifecycle Management 9 credits
    MG2036 Computer Aided Manufacturing - CAM 6 credits
    MG2038 Digital Factories 6 credits **
    MG2010 Modern Industrial Metrology 6 credits *
    * MG2028 prerequisites
    ** MG2130 prerequisites
  • Technical profile Solid Mechanics 
    SE1025 FEM for Engineering Applications 6 credits 

    One of the following two courses must be chosen:

    SE2126 Material Mechanics 9 credits
    SE2132 Applied Elasticity with FEM 9 credits

    As well as one of the following courses must be chosen:

    SE2860 FEM Modelling 8 credits
    SE2137 Fatigue 6 credits
    SE2139 Fracture Mechanics 6 credits 
    SE2134 Dynamic Problems in Solid Mechanics  7,5 credits
    SE2121 Introduction to Biomechanics 9 credits

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

Technical profile Construction
Courses corresponding to at least 18 credits, listed below, within the profile, shall be taken during study year 4-5.

Technical profile Energy
Courses listed below, within the profile, shall be taken during study year 4-5.

Technical profile Production
Within the profile, the course MG2029 should be read, as well as one of the courses MG2028 or MG2130.
In addition to these courses, one of the other conditionally optional courses within the profile, should be read in year 4-5.

Technical profile Solid Mechanics
Within the profile, the course SE1025 should be read, as well as one of the courses SE2126 or SE2132.
In addition to these courses, one of the other conditionally optional courses within the profile, should be read in year 4-5.

 

 

International Profile, french (INTF)

Year 2

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

Only students admitted to study year 2, Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering 300 credits, from Degree Programme Open Entrance, must take the conditionally elective course MG1028 Introductory 3D CAD, 1,5 credits.

Year 3

Supplementary information

During study year 3, students at an international profile choose one of the specialisations included in the regular curriculum for the degree programme in Mechanical Engineering.

The course SF1915 Probability Theory and Statistics, should not be read by students attending the international profile.
Instead the course SF1633 Differential Equations should be read.

The exchange semester is during year 3 fall or spring, depending on the exchange university.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

International Profile, spanish (INTS)

Year 2

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

Only students admitted to study year 2, Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering 300 credits, from Degree Programme Open Entrance, must take the conditionally elective course MG1028 Introductory 3D CAD, 1,5 credits.

Year 3

Supplementary information

During study year 3, students at an international profile choose one of the specialisations included in the regular curriculum for the degree programme in Mechanical Engineering.

The course SF1915 Probability Theory and Statistics, should not be read by students attending the international profile.
Instead the course SF1633 Differential Equations should be read.

The exchange semester is during year 3 fall or spring, depending on the exchange university.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

International Profile, german (INTT)

Year 2

Supplementary information

Only students admitted to study year 2, Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering 300 credits, from Degree Programme Open Entrance, must take the conditionally elective course MG1028 Introductory 3D CAD, 1,5 credits.

Year 3

Supplementary information

During study year 3, students at an international profile choose one of the specialisations included in the regular curriculum for the degree programme in Mechanical Engineering.

The course SF1915 Probability Theory and Statistics, should not be read by students attending the international profile.
Instead the course SF1633 Differential Equations should be read.

The exchange semester is during year 3 fall or spring, depending on the exchange university.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Track, Innovation Management and Product Development (IPDE)

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

At least two of the conditionally elective courses must be chosen.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Track, Combustion Engineering (IPUA)

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

At least one of the conditionally elective courses must be chosen.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Track, Machine Design (IPUB)

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

At least two of the conditionally elective courses must be chosen.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Track, Mechatronics (IPUC)

Year 3

Recommended courses

Supplementary information

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Industrial Technology and Sustainability (ITSY)

Year 1

Year 2

Supplementary information

Based upon the curriculum for academic year 2018/2019. Changes may occur.

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

Based upon the curriculum for academic year 2018/2019. Changes may occur.

Master, Naval Architecture (MRS)

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

At least two of the conditionally elective courses must be chosen.

Notice: At least one of the courses SG1217 Fluid Mechanics, Basic Course or SG1220 Fluid Mechanics for Engineers must be chosen for eligibility to the Master's Programme, Naval Architecture.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Master, Mathematics (MTH)

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

CMAST-students at Masters programme, Applied and Computational Mathematics (TTMAM)

A technical profile specified within the study year plan for Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering must be chosen

One of the following profiles can be chosen during study year 4-5:

  • Technical profile Production and Energy
    MG2130 Modelling and Simulation of Industrial Processes 9 credits
    MJ2380 Introduction to Energy Systems Analysis and Applications 9 credits
  • Technical profile Solid Mechanics 
    SE1025 FEM for Engineering Applications 6 credits
    One of the following two courses must be chosen:
    SE2126 Material Mechanics 9 credits
    SE2132 Applied Elasticity with FEM 9 credits

    As well as one of the following courses must be chosen:
    SE2860 FEM Modelling 8 credits
    SE2137 Fatigue 6 credits
    SE2139 Fracture Mechanics 6 credits
    SE2134 Dynamic Problems in Solid Mechanics  7,5 credits
    SE2121 Introduction to Biomechanics 9 credits
  • Technical profile Construction
    Courses corresponding to at least 18 credits, listed below, shall be taken during study year 4-5:
    MF2101 Machine Design 6 credits
    MF2102 Machine Design Project 6 credits
    MF2010 Component Design 6 credits
    MF2011 Systems Engineering 9 credits
    MF2019 CAD 3D-modelling and Visualization 6 credits *
    MF2024 Robust and Probabilistic Design 6 credits
    * will be able to study in period 2 and 4

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

At least two of the conditionally elective courses must be chosen.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Year 4

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

CMAST-students at Masters programme, Applied and Computational Mathematics (TTMAM)

A technical profile specified within the study year plan for Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering must be chosen

One of the following profiles can be chosen during study year 4-5:

  • Technical profile Production and Energy
    MG2130 Modelling and Simulation of Industrial Processes 9 credits
    MJ2380 Introduction to Energy Systems Analysis and Applications 9 credits
  • Technical profile Solid Mechanics 
    SE1025 FEM for Engineering Applications 6 credits
    One of the following two courses must be chosen:
    SE2126 Material Mechanics 9 credits
    SE2132 Applied Elasticity with FEM 9 credits

    As well as one of the following courses must be chosen:
    SE2860 FEM Modelling 8 credits
    SE2137 Fatigue 6 credits
    SE2139 Fracture Mechanics 6 credits
    SE2134 Dynamic Problems in Solid Mechanics  7,5 credits
    SE2121 Introduction to Biomechanics 9 credits
  • Technical profile Construction
    Courses corresponding to at least 18 credits, listed below, shall be taken during study year 4-5:
    MF2101 Machine Design 6 credits
    MF2102 Machine Design Project Course 6 credits
    MF2010 Component Design 6 credits
    MF2011 Systems Engineering 9 credits
    MF2019 CAD 3D-modelling and Visualization 6 credits *
    MF2024 Robust and Probabilistic Design 6 credits
    * will be able to study in period 2 and 4

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

Technical profile Production and Energy
Courses listed below, within the profile, shall be taken during study year 4-5.

Technical profile Solid Mechanics
Within the profile, the course SE1025 should be read, as well as one of the courses SE2126 or SE2132.
In addition to these courses, one of the other conditionally optional courses within the profile, should be read in year 4-5.

Technical profile Construction
Courses corresponding to at least 18 credits, listed below, within the profile, shall be taken during study year 4-5.

Master, Nuclear Energy Engineering (NEE)

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

At least two of the conditionally elective courses must be chosen, and at least one of the courses SG1217 or SG1220 must be chosen.

Notice: At least one of the courses SG1217 Fluid Mechanics, Basic Course or SG1220 Fluid Mechanics for Engineers must be chosen for eligibility to the Master's Programme, Nuclear Energy Engineering.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Master, Production Engineering and Management (PRM)

Year 3

Recommended courses

Supplementary information

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Master, Sustainable Energy Engineering (SUE)

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Recommended courses

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

One of the conditionally elective courses SG1217 or SG1220 must be chosen.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Master, Sustainable Technology (SUT)

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

CMAST-students at Masters programme, Sustainable Technology (TSUTM)
A technical profile specified within the study year plan for Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering must be chosen

One of the following profiles can be chosen during study year 4-5:

  • Technical profile Construction
    Courses corresponding to at least 18 credits, listed below, shall be taken during study year 4-5:
    MF2101 Machine Design 6 credits
    MF2102 Machine Design Project 6 credits
    MF2010 Component Design 6 credits
    MF2011 Systems Engineering 9 credits
    MF2019 CAD 3D-modelling and Visualization 6 credits *
    MF2024 Robust and Probabilistic Design 6 credits
    * will be able to study in period 2 and 4
  • Technical profile Energy
    MJ2413 Energy and Environment 6 credits
    MJ2411 Renewable Energy Technology 6 credits *
    MJ2380 Introduction to Energy Systems Analysis and Applications 9 credits
    *can also be chosen study year 5
  • Technical profile Production
    MG2029  Production Engineering - Planning and Control 6 credits
    (MG1024 Production in study year 3, is the eligibility course for MG2029)

    One of the following two courses must be chosen:

    MG2028 CAD and Other IT Tools in Industrial Processes 6 credits
    MG2130  Modelling and Simulation of Industrial Processes 9 credits
    As well as one of the following courses must be chosen, either study year 4 or 5:
    MG2009 Advanced Manufacturing Technology 6 credits
    MG2109 Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Extended Course 9 credits
    MG2110 Advanced Metrology 9 credits
    MG2022 Advanced CAD Modelling and Rapid Prototyping 6 credits *
    MG2135 PLM - Product Lifecycle Management 9 credits
    MG2036 Computer Aided Manufacturing - CAM 6 credits
    MG2038 Digital Factories 6 credits **
    MG2010 Modern Industrial Metrology 6 credits *
    * MG2028 prerequisites
    ** MG2130 prerequisites
  • Technical profile Solid Mechanics 
    SE1025 FEM for Engineering Applications 6 credits 

    One of the following two courses must be chosen:

    SE2126 Material Mechanics 9 credits
    SE2132 Applied Elasticity with FEM 9 credits

    As well as one of the following courses must be chosen:

    SE2860 FEM Modelling 8 credits
    SE2137 Fatigue 6 credits
    SE2139 Fracture Mechanics 6 credits 
    SE2134 Dynamic Problems in Solid Mechanics  7,5 credits
    SE2121 Introduction to Biomechanics 9 credits

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

At least two of the conditionally elective courses must be chosen.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Year 4

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

CMAST-students at Masters programme, Sustainable Technology (TSUTM)
A technical profile specified within the study year plan for Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering must be chosen

One of the following profiles can be chosen during study year 4-5:

  • Technical profile Construction
    Courses corresponding to at least 18 credits, listed below, shall be taken during study year 4-5:
    MF2101 Machine Design 6 credits
    MF2102 Machine Design Project Course 6 credits
    MF2010 Component Design 6 credits
    MF2011 Systems Engineering 9 credits
    MF2019 CAD 3D-modelling and Visualization 6 credits *
    MF2024 Robust and Probabilistic Design 6 credits
    * will be able to study in period 2 and 4
  • Technical profile Energy
    MJ2413 Energy and Environment 6 credits
    MJ2411 Renewable Energy Technology 6 credits *
    MJ2380 Introduction to Energy Systems Analysis and Applications 9 credits
    *can also be chosen study year 5
  • Technical profile Production
    MG2029  Production Engineering - Planning and Control 6 credits
    (MG1024 Production in study year 3, is the eligibility course for MG2029)

    One of the following two courses must be chosen:

    MG2028 CAD and Other IT Tools in Industrial Processes 6 credits
    MG2130  Modelling and Simulation of Industrial Processes 9 credits
    As well as one of the following courses must be chosen, either study year 4 or 5:
    MG2009 Advanced Manufacturing Technology 6 credits
    MG2109 Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Extended Course 9 credits
    MG2110 Advanced Metrology 9 credits
    MG2022 Advanced CAD Modelling and Rapid Prototyping 6 credits *
    MG2135 PLM - Product Lifecycle Management 9 credits
    MG2036 Computer Aided Manufacturing - CAM 6 credits
    MG2038 Digital Factories 6 credits **
    MG2010 Modern Industrial Metrology 6 credits *
    * MG2028 prerequisites
    ** MG2130 prerequisites
  • Technical profile Solid Mechanics 
    SE1025 FEM for Engineering Applications 6 credits 

    One of the following two courses must be chosen:

    SE2126 Material Mechanics 9 credits
    SE2132 Applied Elasticity with FEM 9 credits

    As well as one of the following courses must be chosen:

    SE2860 FEM Modelling 8 credits
    SE2137 Fatigue 6 credits
    SE2139 Fracture Mechanics 6 credits 
    SE2134 Dynamic Problems in Solid Mechanics  7,5 credits
    SE2121 Introduction to Biomechanics 9 credits

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

Technical profile Construction
Courses corresponding to at least 18 credits, listed below, within the profile, shall be taken during study year 4-5.

Technical profile Energy
Courses listed below, within the profile, shall be taken during study year 4-5.

Technical profile Production
Within the profile, the course MG2029 should be read, as well as one of the courses MG2028 or MG2130.
In addition to these courses, one of the other conditionally optional courses within the profile, should be read in year 4-5.

Technical profile Solid Mechanics
Within the profile, the course SE1025 should be read, as well as one of the courses SE2126 or SE2132.
In addition to these courses, one of the other conditionally optional courses within the profile, should be read in year 4-5.

Track, Fluid Mechanics (TEMA)

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

At least two of the conditionally elective courses must be chosen, and at least one of the courses SG1217 or SG1220 must be chosen.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Track, Solid Mechanics (TEMB)

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

At least one of the conditionally elective courses must be chosen.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").

Track, Sound and Vibrations (TEMC)

Year 3

Conditionally elective courses

Information regarding conditionally elective courses

At least one of the conditionally elective courses must be chosen.

A degree project for Degree of Bachelor must be chosen during study year 3, independently of chosen masters programme (see list of conditional elective courses presented under the heading "General courses").