The following courses are part of study year four.

The course application codes and study periods are valid for the academic year 2024/2025. For other academic years, different application codes and study periods may apply.

General courses

Information is based upon the curriculum for academic year 2021/2022. Changes may occur.

During the fourth study year of the Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering, a master's programme must be studied.
Information about which master's programme can be studied, can be found in the programme syllabus. Changes may occur.

For students who chooses to study one of the following master's programme:
Industrial Economics (TINEM), Applied Mathematics and Computational Mathematics (TTMAM) or Technology and Sustainable Development (TSUTM)
it is required that a supplementary technical profil is read in order to obtain a Degree of Master of Science in Engineering.

The following technical profiles can be studied during study year 4-5 (ie during study year 1-2 of the master's programme):

  • Industrial Management (Technical Profile: Engineering Design, Energy, Production or Solid Mechanics)
  • Applied and Computational Mathematics (Technical Profile: Production and Energy or Solid Mechanics)
  • Sustainable Technology (Technical Profile: Engineering Design, Energy, Production or Solid Mechanics)

Specialisations

Master, Industrial Management (INE)

Courses (INE)

Information is based upon the curriculum for academic year 2021/2022. Changes may occur.

CMAST-students at Masters programme, Industrial Management (TINEM)
One of the following technical profile specified within the study year plan for Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering, must be chosen during study year 4-5
(ie during study year 1-2 of the master's programme)

Technical profiles, study year 4-5
(study year 1-2 of the master's programme)

  • Technical profile Construction
    Conditionally elective courses within the technical profile, corresponding to at least 18 credits, shall be taken during study year 4-5.
  • Technical profile Energy
    All conditionally elective courses within the technical profile, shall be taken during study year 4-5.
  • Technical profile Production
    Within the technical profile, the course MG2029 Production Engineering - Planning and Control should be read, as well as one of the courses MG2028 CAD and Other IT Tools in Industrial Processes or MG2130 Modelling and Simulation of Industrial Processes.
    In addition to these courses, one of the other conditionally elective courses within the technical profile, should be read in year 4-5.
  • Technical profile Solid Mechanics
    Within the technical profile, the course SE1025 FEM for Engineering Applications should be read, as well as one of the courses SE2126 Material Mechanics or SE2132 Applied Elasticity with FEM.

    In addition to these courses, one of the other conditionally elective courses within the technical profile, should be read in year 4-5.

Master, Mathematics (MTH)

Courses (MTH)

Information is based upon the curriculum for academic year 2021/2022. Changes may occur.

CMAST-students at Masters programme, Applied and Computational Mathematics (TTMAM)
One of the following technical profile specified within the study year plan for Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering, must be chosen during study year 4-5 (ie during study year 1-2 of the master's programme)

Technical profiles, study year 4-5
(study year 1-2 of the master's programme)

  • Technical profile Construction
    Conditionally elective courses within the technical profile, corresponding to at least 18 credits, shall be taken during study year 4-5.
  • Technical profileProduction and Energy
    All conditionally elective courses within the technical profile, shall be taken during study year 4-5.
  • Technical profile Solid Mechanics
    Within the technical profile, the course SE1025 FEM for Engineering Applications should be read, as well as one of the courses SE2126 Material Mechanics or SE2132 Applied Elasticity with FEM.

    In addition to these courses, one of the other conditionally elective courses within the technical profile, should be read in year 4-5.

Master, Sustainable Technology (SUT)

Courses (SUT)

Information is based upon the curriculum for academic year 2021/2022. Changes may occur.

CMAST-students at Masters programme, Sustainable Technology (TSUTM)
One of the following technical profile specified within the study year plan for Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering, must be chosen during study year 4-5
(ie during study year 1-2 of the master's programme)

Technical profiles, study year 4-5
(study year 1-2 of the master's programme)

  • Technical profile Construction
    Conditionally elective courses within the technical profile, corresponding to at least 18 credits, shall be taken during study year 4-5.
  • Technical profile Energy
    All conditionally elective courses within the technical profile, shall be taken during study year 4-5.
  • Technical profile Production
    Within the technical profile, the course MG2029 Production Engineering - Planning and Control should be read, as well as one of the courses MG2028 CAD and Other IT Tools in Industrial Processes or MG2130 Modelling and Simulation of Industrial Processes.
    In addition to these courses, one of the other conditionally elective courses within the technical profile, should be read in year 4-5.
  • Technical profile Solid Mechanics
    Within the technical profile, the course SE1025 FEM for Engineering Applications should be read, as well as one of the courses SE2126 Material Mechanics or SE2132 Applied Elasticity with FEM.

    In addition to these courses, one of the other conditionally elective courses within the technical profile, should be read in year 4-5.