Study plan Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering

Study guides

Timetables

Morning schedule: 1st and 2n years
Afternoon schedule: all years
Special schedules for working students

Table of credits for each course

  Basic training Compulsory Optional Bachelor's Degree Final Project
1st year 54 6    
2nd year 6 54    
3rd year   60    
4th year     48 12
Total 60 120 48 12

Period of study

Six-monthly

Part-time or full-time

Full-time Slow track available.

Specialisations

General training
Specialisation in Industrial Processes
Specialisation in Integral Design

Basic and compulsory training

1st year 2nd year
1st semester
- Physics
- Mathematics
- Computer Science
- Business
- Anthropology
2nd semester
- Chemistry
- Calculus
- Graphic Representation
- Electrical Physics
- Environmental Engineering
1st semester
- Business Structure
- Electrical and Electronic Technology
- Statistics
- Machines and Mechanisms Theory
- Automation and Industrial Control Methods
2nd semester
- Materials Science and Technology
- Fundamentals of Thermal and Fluids Engineering
- Circuit Theory
- Technical Office and Project Management
- Strength of Materials
3rd year 4th year

Year-long
- Mechanical Engineering Projects
1st semester
- Elasticity
- Industrial Production Systems
- Mechanical Technology
- Fluid-Thermal Engineering
- Further Graphic Representation
2nd semester
- Truth, Kindness and Beauty
- Theory of Structures and Industrial Constructions
- Machine and Mechanism Design
- Manufacturing Processes
- Thermal Engines and Motors

Bachelor's Degree Final Project

Optional subjects

In order to obtain a specialisation, a minimum of 30 credits belonging to the chosen track must be taken.

4th year / credits  
- Language (English)
- Language (German)
- Work Placement (*)
 
Specialisation in Industrial Processes Specialisation in Integral Design

- Advanced Production Methods
- Eco-Design and Product Carbon Footprint
- CNC Manufacturing and Simulation
- Automation of Industrial Processes
- Design of Hydraulic Installations and Air-Conditioning
- Quality Control and Management Systems
- Design and Manufacturing Information Systems

- Mechanical Design and Virtual Reality
- Computer-Assisted Engineering (CAE)
- Material Selection for Design
- Further Materials Resistance
- Design of Hydraulic Installations and Air-Conditioning
- Quality Control and Management Systems
- Eco-Design and Product Carbon Footprint

(*) All optional subjects are worth 6 credits except this one, which is worth 12.