Appendix 1: Course list

Master's Programme, Integrated Product Design, 120 credits (TIPDM), Programme syllabus for studies starting in autumn 2014

Track, Concurrent Engineering (IPDB)

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

2 of the Conditionally elective courses must be taken during year 1 or 2

MF2006
MF2023(CDEPR STUDENTS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO TAKE THIS)
MF2038
MG2020

MF2046

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

2 of the Conditionally elective courses must be taken during year 1 or 2

MF2006
MF2023(CDEPR STUDENTS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO TAKE THIS)
MF2038
MG2020

MF2046

Attn: Study year information concerning grading system

According to the President of the University´s decision on July 1,2015, grades pass (P) and fail ( F) will be used for the Master thesis. Students who have begun studies on July 1,2007, and through June 30,2015, also have the option to use the grading scale of A-F, for their Master thesis. Registration must be done before the course registration and before the thesis work starts.

Track, Industrial Design Engineering (IPDC)

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

Students must choose between MF2038 and MF2037

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

Students must choose between MF2038 and MF2037

Attn: Study year information concerning grading system

According to the President of the University´s decision on July 1,2015, grades pass (P) and fail ( F) will be used for the Master thesis. Students who have begun studies on July 1,2007, and through June 30,2015, also have the option to use the grading scale of A-F, for their Master thesis. Registration must be done before the course registration and before the thesis work starts.

Track, Product Innovation (IPDD)

Conditionally elective courses

Supplementary information

CMAST and CDEPR students must choose between the following technical profiles:

Energy Engineering

Production Engineering

Machine Design

CMAST and CDEPR students are not allowed to take BOTH MF2019 and MG2028

Supplementary information

Attn: Study year information concerning grading system

According to the President of the University´s decision on July 1,2015, grades pass (P) and fail ( F) will be used for the Master thesis. Students who have begun studies on July 1,2007, and through June 30,2015, also have the option to use the grading scale of A-F, for their Master thesis. Registration must be done before the course registration and before the thesis work starts.