Content, progress and pedagogy of the
- Have attained thorough understanding of a broad range of
theoretical, numerical and experimental techniques within the area
of Materials Engineering.
- Be able to apply scientific methodology to solve a wide variety
of problems within the field of specialization.
- Be able to perform scientific work in relevant topics in the
field of specialization.
- Be able to apply a wide range of engineering methods in
research and development projects in the field of
- Be able to participate in or lead projects in materials
technology, product development, modeling and analysis of material
systems and production technology.
- The graduates are expected to have gained a broad knowledge
within the areas of Materials Technology. The graduates have
knowledge about qualified materials selection, materials behavior
to external stimuli, influence of processing on material properties
and material microstructure, metallurgy, issues related to polymer
chemistry, various material testing methods and simulation of
- Be able to work independently with a project on a specific
problem within their field of interest on the highest possible
level within their specialization.
- Be able to take part in technical development and research
- Be able to direct the technical management of development
projects within industry.
- Be competent to solve new and complicated technical problems by
the use of advanced analytical and experimental
Type of instruction
The teaching is organized in accordance with the general form of
teaching. Please see the programme cirruculum §17.
Extent and expected workload
Since it is a 30 ECTS course module the expected workload
is 900 hours for the student.
|Name of exam||Master’s Thesis|
|Type of exam|
Master's thesis/final project
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||External examination|
The master thesis can be conducted as a long master thesis using
both the 3rd and 4th semester. If choosing to
do a long master thesis, it has to include experimental work and
has to be approved by the study board. The amount of experimental
work must reflect the allotted ECTS.