Faculty of Technical Sciences

 

Study program and its description

Electroenergetics Systems

 

The program is focused on providing modern knowledge from energetics systems in engineering and related areas needed by specialists developing modern power systems to develop the ability to apply professional knowledge.

 

Modern development in socio-economic movements is ever more dependent and directed by factors that are moving technology development and innovations, stimulating talent and introducing a dynamic developmental dimension in education, and are in function of participants enabling it such as the economy, universities, scientific and research institutes, state administration, with the goal to adhere to developmental trends, competitiveness, compatibility, flexibility and creativity.

The overall economic development is determined by the global trend development of global economy, economic development in each separate national economy and the personal development encompassing broad education in specific fields, implementation of successful professional careers and rise of the living standard.

In the event of the growth of new industries in the country, it is expected that the demand for experts in the field of electroenergetics will be on the rise.

Looking at it from this point of view, it is expected from faculties to prepare staff that will be able to face challenges in the area of designing and application of solutions from the field of electro engineering and electro energetics that will contribute towards the increase of the efficiency of organizations’ work.

Study programs in electroenergetics systems will produce experts with skills in performing various tasks and creating innovative solutions for the needs of the electroenergetics systems.

 

Future goal The dynamic and fast changes in the recent years require a more applicable and professionally oriented education system, with a possibility for constant evaluation and modification of educational programs.

In the study program of Electroenergetics Systems students will acquire practical knowledge and abilities in the following areas:  electricity transmission, distribution and supply. To fulfill these goals the cooperation with the industry will have to be intensified.

Modern software simulation tools and tools for analysis of elecroenergetics systems to be used, as well as learning tools in the area of planning and management of electroenergetics systems, electricity markets, high voltage technique, low voltage installations, lighting and electricity quality.

At the same time, students will have the opportunity to get familiar with elements of electroenergetics systems and through practical laboratory exercises in the laboratories of the Faculty. This program will enable future engineers to acquire both theoretical and practical knowledge and, in this way, to gain ability in solving different technical problems that they will face during their careers.

 

Cycle I Cycle of University studies

Bachelor-undergraduate

ECTS credits 240
Obtained title after graduation In Albanian language: Elektroinxhinier i diplomuar

In Macedonian language: Дипломиран Електроинженер

In English language: Graduate Electrical Engineer

 

 

Review for representation of subject programs (subject) by semesters

Semester Number of the obligatory subjects Number of the election Faculty subjects Number of the University subjects Total subjects
I 4 1 0 5
II 3 3 0 6
III 4 1 0 5
IV 3 2 0 5
V 3 1 1 5
VI 3 1 1 5
VII 2 2 1 5
VIII 1 2 1 4
Total 23/40=0,583 13/40=0,305 4/40=0,10 40
  (57,5 %) (32,5 %) (10 %)  

 

Description of the Study program

 

Elective courses (Optional subject – MTU) from the List of free elective courses from the units of MTU, which are for the students to choose from the study program Applied Programming

 

  Electives from the List of Free Electives from the University
Elective subject Lecture + Exercises Contact lessons Fund of lessons ECTS
1 Introduction to Programming 2 + 1 45 90 4
2 Information skills 2 + 1 45 90 4
3 Advanced Information

skills

2 + 1 45 90 4
4 Internet Technology 2 + 1 45 90 4
5 Business Ethics 2 + 1 45 90 4
6 Entrepreneurship 2 + 1 45 90 4
7 Selected chapters from

Probability and statistics

2 + 1 45 90 4
8 Selected chapters from Physics 2 + 1 45 90 4
9 Parts of elementary mathematics, applied in engineering 2 + 1 45 90 4
10 Web programming 2 + 1 45 90 4
11 Numerical Mathematics and

its application

2 + 1 45 90 4
12 Food, media and

the society

2 + 1 45 90 4
13 Introduction to the food

industry

2 + 1 45 90 4
14 Fundamentals of Science of

materials

2 + 1 45 90 4
15 Selected chemistry chapters 2 + 1 45 90 4
16 Fundamentals of renewable resources

energy

2 + 1 45 90 4
17 Selected chapters in Biology 2 + 1 45 90 4
18 General cartography 2 + 1 45 90 4
19 Geoinformatics 2 + 1 45 90 4
20 Human Resources Management 2 + 1 45 90 4
21 Architecture of computers 2 + 1 45 90 4
22 Traffic policy 2 + 1 45 90 4
23 Urban logistics 2 + 1 45 90 4
24 Basics of the economy 2 + 1 45 90 4
25 Fundamentals of Engineering 2 + 1 45 90 4
26 Modern things on construction 2 + 1 45 90 4
27 Modern trends of Arcticature 2 + 1 45 90 4
28 Eco-Architecture and durable Design 2 + 1 45 90 4
29 Communication with the public and

the art of speaking

2 + 1 45 90 4
30 Research Journalism 2 + 1 45 90 4
31 Controversies in public debate 2 + 1 45 90 4
32 European multiculturalism 2 + 1 45 90 4
33 English for specific – needs 1 2 + 1 45 90 4
34 English for specific – needs 2 2 + 1 45 90 4
35 Romanian languages for specific – needs 2 2 + 1 45 90 4
 

Study program and its description

Work and environment protection engineering

The course program Work and Environment Protection Engineering aims to apply scientific engineering principles for the analysis, protection and improvement of the quality of the environment, including water, air, soil, public health, waste reduction, pollution, sanitation and wastewater.

This study program also focuses on all aspects of OSH by addressing problems that directly relate to the safety that workers have at their workplace in terms of occupational risks, the supply of equipment for personal protection at work and its use, training to perform safe handling and use of machinery and equipment are regularly inspected and serviced, and to propose measures to minimize or completely eliminate the risks actually existing in the workplace.

Students who have completed the first cycle of university studies in Engineering for Work and Environment Protection acquire a diploma: – Bachelor of Science in Environment Protection Engineering

 

Study program objective

 

 

Ensuring efficient education of mechanical engineers, whose expertise will comply with necessities of development in the RM and the wider region.

Training graduates to organize, plan and implement modern needs of mechanical engineering and environmental protection.

Development of transferable skills and abilities in research methods, in problem identification, in logical analysis, choice of solutions and communicating ideas, as well as in demonstrating for example, the value of the interdisciplinary approach.

Achieving greater efficiency during studies through maintaining a prominent level of quality of studies.

 

Cycle I Cycle of University studies

Bachelor-undergraduate

ECTS credits 240
Obtained title after graduation Profile A

In Macedonian language: Дипломиран инженер за заштита на животна средина,

In English language: Bachelor    of    Science    in    Environment    Protection    Engineering

In Albanian language:

Profile B

In Macedonian language: Дипломиран инженер по безбедност и здравје при работа

In English language: Bachelor of Science in Safety and Health at Work Engineering

In Albanian language:

 

 Review for representation of subject programs (subject) by semesters (Profile A/B)

Semester Number of the obligatory subjects Number of the election Faculty subjects Number of the University subjects Total subjects
I 3 1 0 4
II 3 1 0 4
III 3 1 0 4
IV 3 1 0 4
V 2 1 2 5
VI 2 1 1 4
VII 1 3 0 4
VIII 2 0 1 3
Total 19/32=0,60 9/32=0,30 4/32=0,1 32
(60 %) (28 %) (12%)

 

Description of the Study program

Elective courses (Optional subject – MTU) from the List of free elective courses from the units of MTU, which are for the students to choose from the study program Applied Programming

 

Electives from the List of Free Electives from the University
Elective subject Lecture + Exercises Contact lessons Fund of lessons ECTS
1 Introduction to Programming 2 + 1 45 90 4
2 Information skills 2 + 1 45 90 4
3 Advanced Information

skills

2 + 1 45 90 4
4 Internet Technology 2 + 1 45 90 4
5 Business Ethics 2 + 1 45 90 4
6 Entrepreneurship 2 + 1 45 90 4
7 Selected chapters from

Probability and statistics

2 + 1 45 90 4
8 Selected chapters from Physics 2 + 1 45 90 4
9 Parts of elementary mathematics, applied in engineering 2 + 1 45 90 4
10 Web programming 2 + 1 45 90 4
11 Numerical Mathematics and

its application

2 + 1 45 90 4
12 Food, media and

the society

2 + 1 45 90 4
13 Introduction to the food

industry

2 + 1 45 90 4
14 Fundamentals of Science of

materials

2 + 1 45 90 4
15 Selected chemistry chapters 2 + 1 45 90 4
16 Fundamentals of renewable resources

energy

2 + 1 45 90 4
17 Selected chapters in Biology 2 + 1 45 90 4
18 General cartography 2 + 1 45 90 4
19 Geoinformatics 2 + 1 45 90 4
20 Human Resources Management 2 + 1 45 90 4
21 Architecture of computers 2 + 1 45 90 4
22 Traffic policy 2 + 1 45 90 4
23 Urban logistics 2 + 1 45 90 4
24 Basics of the economy 2 + 1 45 90 4
25 Fundamentals of Engineering 2 + 1 45 90 4
26 Modern things on construction 2 + 1 45 90 4
27 Modern trends of Arcticature 2 + 1 45 90 4
28 Eco-Architecture and durable Design 2 + 1 45 90 4
29 Communication with the public and

the art of speaking

2 + 1 45 90 4
30 Research Journalism 2 + 1 45 90 4
31 Controversies in public debate 2 + 1 45 90 4
32 European multiculturalism 2 + 1 45 90 4
33 English for specific – needs 1 2 + 1 45 90 4
34 English for specific – needs 2 2 + 1 45 90 4
35 Romanian languages for specific – needs 2 2 + 1 45 90 4

 

 

Study program and its description

Mechanical engineering and management

 

The study program of Mechanical Engineering and Management represents the technical basis for design and production of various machines, equipment, and tools used in all branches of industry, mining, energy, agriculture, transport, economy, etc.

 

Purpose of the study program The contemporary socio-economic development is increasingly dependent and determined by factors that drive the development of technology and innovation, encourage talent and introduce a dynamic development dimension in education, and are in function of the participants who enable it, such as the economy, universities, scientific-research institutes, state administration, all in order to respond to development trends, competitiveness, compatibility, flexibility and creativity.

In conditions of growing industry development, it can be expected that the demand for personnel with education in the field of Mechanical Engineering and Management will grow.

From that aspect, it is expected from the faculties to provide staff capable of dealing with the challenges in designing and applying solutions in the field of new technologies in Mechanical Engineering and Management, which will contribute to increasing the work efficiency of the organizations.

The study program in Mechanical Engineering and Management will produce personnel capable to implement and maintain the current level of industrial development and its upgrading.

Future goal To design a modern curriculum in accordance with the new World and European trends and with the demands of the economy. To include compulsory practical work that will be valued by the ECTS.
Cycle I Cycle of University studies

Bachelor-undergraduate

ECTS credits 240
Obtained title after graduation In Albanian language: Inxhinier i diplomuar në inxhinieri makinerie dhe menaxhment

In Macedonian language: Дипломиран инженер по машинско инженерство и менаџмент

In English language: Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering and Management

 

 

Review for representation of subject programs (subject) by semesters

 

Semester Number of the obligatory subjects Number of the election Faculty subjects Number of the University subjects Total subjects
I 3 0 2 5
II 3 1 2 6
III 5 1 0 6
IV 3 2 0 5
V 3 2 0 5
VI 2 3 0 5
VII 3 2 0 5
VIII 2 2 0 4
Total 24/41=0,585 13/41=0,317 4/41=0,097 41
  (58,5 %) (31,7 %) (9,7%)  

 

Description of the Study program

 

Elective courses (Optional subject – MTU) from the List of free elective courses from the units of MTU, which are for the students to choose from the study program Applied Programming

 

  Electives from the List of Free Electives from the University
Elective subject Lecture + Exercises Contact lessons Fund of lessons ECTS
1 Introduction to Programming 2 + 1 45 90 4
2 Information skills 2 + 1 45 90 4
3 Advanced Information

skills

2 + 1 45 90 4
4 Internet Technology 2 + 1 45 90 4
5 Business Ethics 2 + 1 45 90 4
6 Entrepreneurship 2 + 1 45 90 4
7 Selected chapters from

Probability and statistics

2 + 1 45 90 4
8 Selected chapters from Physics 2 + 1 45 90 4
9 Parts of elementary mathematics, applied in engineering 2 + 1 45 90 4
10 Web programming 2 + 1 45 90 4
11 Numerical Mathematics and

its application

2 + 1 45 90 4
12 Food, media and

the society

2 + 1 45 90 4
13 Introduction to the food

industry

2 + 1 45 90 4
14 Fundamentals of Science of

materials

2 + 1 45 90 4
15 Selected chemistry chapters 2 + 1 45 90 4
16 Fundamentals of renewable resources

energy

2 + 1 45 90 4
17 Selected chapters in Biology 2 + 1 45 90 4
18 General cartography 2 + 1 45 90 4
19 Geoinformatics 2 + 1 45 90 4
20 Human Resources Management 2 + 1 45 90 4
21 Architecture of computers 2 + 1 45 90 4
22 Traffic policy 2 + 1 45 90 4
23 Urban logistics 2 + 1 45 90 4
24 Basics of the economy 2 + 1 45 90 4
25 Fundamentals of Engineering 2 + 1 45 90 4
26 Modern things on construction 2 + 1 45 90 4
27 Modern trends of Arcticature 2 + 1 45 90 4
28 Eco-Architecture and durable Design 2 + 1 45 90 4
29 Communication with the public and

the art of speaking

2 + 1 45 90 4
30 Research Journalism 2 + 1 45 90 4
31 Controversies in public debate 2 + 1 45 90 4
32 European multiculturalism 2 + 1 45 90 4
33 English for specific – needs 1 2 + 1 45 90 4
34 English for specific – needs 2 2 + 1 45 90 4
35 Romanian languages for specific – needs 2 2 + 1 45 90 4

 

 

Study program and its description

Transportation and Traffic Engineering

 

Infrastructure, organization and management of traffic, i.e. traffic infrastructure functional relationships are preconditions for economic development. The flows of goods and people in modern times require a combination of all branches of transport and infrastructure and functional communication.

Study program objective

 

The study program Transportation and Traffic Engineering will produce professionals who will be ready to implement and maintain the current level of industrial development as well as to upgrade it.

The transport is an expensive activity, both for the user and the provider of services. In many developed countries, the total consumption is around 20% of the gross national product. All of this stimulates rise of other types of consumption- energy consumption, environmental pollution, traffic accidents and reduced mobility among the young and old people as well as among people with disabilities. Traffic engineers and planners have a key role in reducing these expenses by ensuring equal and efficient transportation possibilities. In order for these tasks to be implemented, experts in the field of traffic should understand engineering principles, economy principles, principles of the science of planning, statistical and analytic methods, advanced information technologies and environmental principles.

The role of transportation and traffic engineering is changing. The manner and speed of this change depend largely on the professional responsibility, and on most of us, as individuals. A society that will promptly recognize the fact that highly educated human resources are the only moveable force of future development will be advantageous in facing the challenges brought by this millennium.

 

Future goal The role of education is of complex character, since rapid changes require multi-education for traffic experts, something which is becoming inevitable.

In future, traffic experts together with experts of other fields, are expected to ensure progressive introduction of intelligent transportation systems including advanced traffic management systems, driver information systems, vehicle automated control.

 

In order to be a successful traffic engineer, besides being familiar with traffic engineering and transportation technology, it is necessary to have solid knowledge of: information and computer technology, communication, information technologies and application in the field of environmental protection, infrastructure planning, foreign languages. The field of work is broad, but it mainly comprises of development, application and introduction of modern technologies in traffic, transport and communication.

Besides transportation and traffic engineering, in the future we should strive towards creating new modules of the study program, such as transportation and the environment, rail and air traffic, which would cover more areas of traffic.

Cycle I Cycle of University studies

Bachelor-undergraduate

ECTS credits 240
Obtained title after graduation In Albanian language: Inxhinier i diplomuar për inxhinieri komunikacioni – transporti/komunikacioni rrugor.

In Macedonian language: Дипломиран инженер по Сообраќајно-транспортно инженерство/ патен сообраќај.

In English language: Engineer Traffic and transportation engineering/ road traffic.

 

 

 Review for representation of subject programs (subject) by semesters

Semester Number of the obligatory subjects Number of the election Faculty subjects Number of the University subjects Total subjects
I 3 0 2 5
II 3 0 2 5
III 3 2 0 5
IV 3 2 0 5
V 5 0 0 5
VI 4 1 0 5
VII 3 2 0 5
VIII 0 5 0 5
Total 24/40=0,60 12/40=0,30 4/40=0,1 40
  (60 %) (30 %) (10%)  

 

Description of the Study program

 

Elective courses (Optional subject – MTU) from the List of free elective courses from the units of MTU, which are for the students to choose from the study program Applied Programming

 

  Electives from the List of Free Electives from the University
Elective subject Lecture + Exercises Contact lessons Fund of lessons ECTS
1 Introduction to Programming 2 + 1 45 90 4
2 Information skills 2 + 1 45 90 4
3 Advanced Information

skills

2 + 1 45 90 4
4 Internet Technology 2 + 1 45 90 4
5 Business Ethics 2 + 1 45 90 4
6 Entrepreneurship 2 + 1 45 90 4
7 Selected chapters from

Probability and statistics

2 + 1 45 90 4
8 Selected chapters from Physics 2 + 1 45 90 4
9 Parts of elementary mathematics, applied in engineering 2 + 1 45 90 4
10 Web programming 2 + 1 45 90 4
11 Numerical Mathematics and

its application

2 + 1 45 90 4
12 Food, media and

the society

2 + 1 45 90 4
13 Introduction to the food

industry

2 + 1 45 90 4
14 Fundamentals of Science of

materials

2 + 1 45 90 4
15 Selected chemistry chapters 2 + 1 45 90 4
16 Fundamentals of renewable resources

energy

2 + 1 45 90 4
17 Selected chapters in Biology 2 + 1 45 90 4
18 General cartography 2 + 1 45 90 4
19 Geoinformatics 2 + 1 45 90 4
20 Human Resources Management 2 + 1 45 90 4
21 Architecture of computers 2 + 1 45 90 4
22 Traffic policy 2 + 1 45 90 4
23 Urban logistics 2 + 1 45 90 4
24 Basics of the economy 2 + 1 45 90 4
25 Fundamentals of Engineering 2 + 1 45 90 4
26 Modern things on construction 2 + 1 45 90 4
27 Modern trends of Arcticature 2 + 1 45 90 4
28 Eco-Architecture and durable Design 2 + 1 45 90 4
29 Communication with the public and

the art of speaking

2 + 1 45 90 4
30 Research Journalism 2 + 1 45 90 4
31 Controversies in public debate 2 + 1 45 90 4
32 European multiculturalism 2 + 1 45 90 4
33 English for specific – needs 1 2 + 1 45 90 4
34 English for specific – needs 2 2 + 1 45 90 4
35 Romanian languages for specific – needs 2 2 + 1 45 90 4

 

 

Study program and its description

Mechatronics

Mechatronics is the study of mechanical systems and often precise mechanical systems, and related electronic systems in a way that monitored using electronic and electro-mechanical components adequately monitored and controlled through the use of computer systems.

After graduating from this study programme Engineers of Mechatronics may seek employment possibilities in: enterprises with machinery equipment, automobile industry, technology and communication enterprises, as well as in medical institutions where modern equipment is used.

Also, these graduates will have an advantage while seeking employment in enterprises where there is: programming of machines and robotics for machine and technologic processing, as well as giving diagnosis for damages and errors as a type of engineering mechatronics task, mounting, installation, commissioning, and machine maintenance and maintenance of other complex equipment.

 

Objective/

Future goal

Increase cooperation with enterprises by enabling students to do internships in the companies with the aim to improve their practical competences.

 

Cycle I Cycle of University studies

Bachelor-undergraduate

ECTS credits 180
Obtained title after graduation In Albanian: Bachelor për mekatronikë

In Macedonian: Bachelor по мехатроника

In English: Bachelor in Mechatronics

 

Review for representation of subject programs (subject) by semesters

Semester Number of the obligatory subjects Number of the election Faculty subjects Number of the University subjects Total subjects
I 4 2 0 6
II 4 2 0 6
III 4 2 1 7
IV 4 2 1 7
V 4 2 1 7
VI 4 2 1 7
Total 24/40=0,60 12/40=0,30 4/40=0,1 40
(60 %) (30 %) (10%)

Description of the Study program

Elective courses (Optional subject – MTU) from the List of free elective courses from the units of MTU, which are for the students to choose from the study program Applied Programming

 

Electives from the List of Free Electives from the University
Elective subject Lecture + Exercises Contact lessons Fund of lessons ECTS
1 Introduction to Programming 2 + 1 45 90 4
2 Information skills 2 + 1 45 90 4
3 Advanced Information

skills

2 + 1 45 90 4
4 Internet Technology 2 + 1 45 90 4
5 Business Ethics 2 + 1 45 90 4
6 Entrepreneurship 2 + 1 45 90 4
7 Selected chapters from

Probability and statistics

2 + 1 45 90 4
8 Selected chapters from Physics 2 + 1 45 90 4
9 Parts of elementary mathematics, applied in engineering 2 + 1 45 90 4
10 Web programming 2 + 1 45 90 4
11 Numerical Mathematics and

its application

2 + 1 45 90 4
12 Food, media and

the society

2 + 1 45 90 4
13 Introduction to the food

industry

2 + 1 45 90 4
14 Fundamentals of Science of

materials

2 + 1 45 90 4
15 Selected chemistry chapters 2 + 1 45 90 4
16 Fundamentals of renewable resources

energy

2 + 1 45 90 4
17 Selected chapters in Biology 2 + 1 45 90 4
18 General cartography 2 + 1 45 90 4
19 Geoinformatics 2 + 1 45 90 4
20 Human Resources Management 2 + 1 45 90 4
21 Architecture of computers 2 + 1 45 90 4
22 Traffic policy 2 + 1 45 90 4
23 Urban logistics 2 + 1 45 90 4
24 Basics of the economy 2 + 1 45 90 4
25 Fundamentals of Engineering 2 + 1 45 90 4
26 Modern things on construction 2 + 1 45 90 4
27 Modern trends of Arcticature 2 + 1 45 90 4
28 Eco-Architecture and durable Design 2 + 1 45 90 4
29 Communication with the public and

the art of speaking

2 + 1 45 90 4
30 Research Journalism 2 + 1 45 90 4
31 Controversies in public debate 2 + 1 45 90 4
32 European multiculturalism 2 + 1 45 90 4
33 English for specific – needs 1 2 + 1 45 90 4
34 English for specific – needs 2 2 + 1 45 90 4
35 Romanian languages for specific – needs 2 2 + 1 45 90 4

 

 

 

 

Study program and its description

Applied Economics and Entrepreneurship

Applied Economics and Entrepreneurship is a program that will enable students to adapt to the dynamic environment as well as the technical and technological developments that will be able to respond to the demands of the labor market and to the demands of both your local and domestic investors and to be able to be innovators and creators  respectively to be entrepreneurs.

 

Study program objective

 

– enabling students to acquire tangible and applicable knowledge and high level of understanding of a series of questions in the field of applied economy and entrepreneurship

– development of abilities and critical thinking in students, as well as abilities and analytic solution of problems;

– preparation of academic staff for the needs of the Faculty, other units of ‘’Mother Teresa’’ University in Skopje, staff that will cover a vast part of necessities in this area both in the country and out of it;

– strengthening institutional capacity of departments covered by the profile Bachelor in Applied Economy.

– Increase of employment of future economy graduates in applied economy through a broad offer of modern and relevant study programs, oriented towards the needs of the dynamic market of workforce, and

– producing high quality human resources ready to face challenges in the business sector.

–  the dynamic surroundings, as well as rapid technical and technological development require us to be able to prepare a working force that will meet the needs of foreign investors, but at the same time needs of domestic production companies, permanent education of new staff is necessary, a staff with new interdisciplinary knowledge and able to successfully answer to global trends needs. The Technical Faculty within the Mother Teresa University in Skopje, proposes a study program originating from the previously completed broad analysis and identification of employment needs and possibilities of graduate students in: research and development units in enterprises, higher education institutions and research and scientific institutes, the public sector in specialized units having to do with the study area (economy, management, machinery, electro engineering, environment protection, education and science, etc.) and international governmental and non-governmental organizations. Recognizing basic competences of the profile and acquired qualifications, this study program justifies the expectations in the field of knowledge of the organization and implementation of complex research, implementation of research related to developmental programs in enterprises, preparation, defining and participation in national, bilateral and international scientific and research projects etc..

Cycle I Cycle of University studies

Bachelor-undergraduate

ECTS credits 240
Obtained title after graduation In Albanian language:  Ekonomist i diplomuar për punë profesionale

In Macedonian language:  Дипломиран економист за стручна работа

In English language: Graduated economist for professional work

 

 

 Review for representation of subject programs (subject) by semesters

Semester Number of the obligatory subjects Number of the election Faculty subjects Number of the University subjects Total subjects
I 3 1 1 5
II 3 1 1 5
III 3 1 1 5
IV 3 2 0 5
V 2 3 0 5
VI 3 2 1 6
VII 2 2 0 4
VIII 2 2 0 4
Total 21/39=0,54 14/39=0,36 4/39=0,1 39
  (54 %) (36 %) (10%)  

 

Description of the Study program

  

Elective courses (Optional subject – MTU) from the List of free elective courses from the units of MTU, which are for the students to choose from the study program Applied Programming

 

  Electives from the List of Free Electives from the University
Elective subject Lecture + Exercises Contact lessons Fund of lessons ECTS
1 Introduction to Programming 2 + 1 45 90 4
2 Information skills 2 + 1 45 90 4
3 Advanced Information

skills

2 + 1 45 90 4
4 Internet Technology 2 + 1 45 90 4
5 Business Ethics 2 + 1 45 90 4
6 Entrepreneurship 2 + 1 45 90 4
7 Selected chapters from

Probability and statistics

2 + 1 45 90 4
8 Selected chapters from Physics 2 + 1 45 90 4
9 Parts of elementary mathematics, applied in engineering 2 + 1 45 90 4
10 Web programming 2 + 1 45 90 4
11 Numerical Mathematics and

its application

2 + 1 45 90 4
12 Food, media and

the society

2 + 1 45 90 4
13 Introduction to the food

industry

2 + 1 45 90 4
14 Fundamentals of Science of

materials

2 + 1 45 90 4
15 Selected chemistry chapters 2 + 1 45 90 4
16 Fundamentals of renewable resources

energy

2 + 1 45 90 4
17 Selected chapters in Biology 2 + 1 45 90 4
18 General cartography 2 + 1 45 90 4
19 Geoinformatics 2 + 1 45 90 4
20 Human Resources Management 2 + 1 45 90 4
21 Architecture of computers 2 + 1 45 90 4
22 Traffic policy 2 + 1 45 90 4
23 Urban logistics 2 + 1 45 90 4
24 Basics of the economy 2 + 1 45 90 4
25 Fundamentals of Engineering 2 + 1 45 90 4
26 Modern things on construction 2 + 1 45 90 4
27 Modern trends of Arcticature 2 + 1 45 90 4
28 Eco-Architecture and durable Design 2 + 1 45 90 4
29 Communication with the public and

the art of speaking

2 + 1 45 90 4
30 Research Journalism 2 + 1 45 90 4
31 Controversies in public debate 2 + 1 45 90 4
32 European multiculturalism 2 + 1 45 90 4
33 English for specific – needs 1 2 + 1 45 90 4
34 English for specific – needs 2 2 + 1 45 90 4
35 Romanian languages for specific – needs 2 2 + 1 45 90 4
 

Study program and its description

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT

The study program enables students to carry out activities in industry, engineering, in order to achieve higher efficiency. The main function is to facilitate future engineers to set themselves in management as well as fit into the company’s interior and exterior environments.

Study program objective

 

– enabling students to acquire tangible and applicable knowledge and high level of understanding of series of questions in the field of applied economy and entrepreneurship

– development of students‘ abilities and critical thinking, as well as abilities and analytic ways of problem solving;

– preparation of academic staff for the needs of the Faculty, other units of ‘’Mother Teresa’’ University in Skopje, staff that will cover a certain load of tasks in this field in the country and outside of the country;

– strengthening of institutional capacities in departments covered by the profile of Bachelors in Industrial Management.

– Increasing employment of future economists in industrial management through a broad offer of modern and relevant study programs oriented towards the needs of dynamic markets, and

– producing high quality human resources, prepared to face challenges of the business sector.

– the dynamic surroundings, as well as rapid technical and technological development require us to be able to prepare a working force that will meet the needs of foreign investors, but at the same time needs of domestic production companies, permanent education of new staff is necessary, a staff with new interdisciplinary knowledge and able to successfully answer to global trends needs. The Technical Faculty within the Mother Teresa University in Skopje, proposes a study program originating from the previously completed broad analysis and identification of employment needs and possibilities of graduate students in: research and development units in enterprises, higher education institutions and research and scientific institutes, the public sector in specialized units having to do with the study area (economy, management, machinery, electro engineering, environment protection, education and science, etc.) and international governmental and non-governmental organizations. Recognizing basic competences of the profile and acquired qualifications, this study program justifies the expectations in the field of knowledge of the organization and implementation of complex research, implementation of research related to developmental programs in enterprises, preparation, defining and participation in national, bilateral and international scientific and research projects etc.

Cycle I Cycle of University studies

Bachelor-undergraduate

ECTS credits 240
Obtained title after graduation In Albanian language: Inxhinier i diplomuar i menaxhmentit industrial

In Macedonian language: Дипломиран Инженер по Индустриски Менаџмент

In English language:  Graduated engineer in industrial management

 

 

 Review for representation of subject programs (subject) by semesters

Semester Number of the obligatory subjects Number of the election Faculty subjects Number of the University subjects Total subjects
I 4 1 0 5
II 3 1 1 5
III 3 1 1 5
IV 2 2 1 5
V 2 3 1 6
VI 3 2 0 5
VII 2 2 0 4
VIII 2 2 0 4
Total 21/39=0,54 14/39=0,36 4/39=0,1 39
  (54 %) (36 %) (10%)  

 

Description of the Study program

 

Elective courses (Optional subject – MTU) from the List of free elective courses from the units of MTU, which are for the students to choose from the study program Applied Programming

  Electives from the List of Free Electives from the University
Elective subject Lecture + Exercises Contact lessons Fund of lessons ECTS
1 Introduction to Programming 2 + 1 45 90 4
2 Information skills 2 + 1 45 90 4
3 Advanced Information

skills

2 + 1 45 90 4
4 Internet Technology 2 + 1 45 90 4
5 Business Ethics 2 + 1 45 90 4
6 Entrepreneurship 2 + 1 45 90 4
7 Selected chapters from

Probability and statistics

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8 Selected chapters from Physics 2 + 1 45 90 4
9 Parts of elementary mathematics, applied in engineering 2 + 1 45 90 4
10 Web programming 2 + 1 45 90 4
11 Numerical Mathematics and

its application

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12 Food, media and

the society

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13 Introduction to the food

industry

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14 Fundamentals of Science of

materials

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15 Selected chemistry chapters 2 + 1 45 90 4
16 Fundamentals of renewable resources

energy

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17 Selected chapters in Biology 2 + 1 45 90 4
18 General cartography 2 + 1 45 90 4
19 Geoinformatics 2 + 1 45 90 4
20 Human Resources Management 2 + 1 45 90 4
21 Architecture of computers 2 + 1 45 90 4
22 Traffic policy 2 + 1 45 90 4
23 Urban logistics 2 + 1 45 90 4
24 Basics of the economy 2 + 1 45 90 4
25 Fundamentals of Engineering 2 + 1 45 90 4
26 Modern things on construction 2 + 1 45 90 4
27 Modern trends of Arcticature 2 + 1 45 90 4
28 Eco-Architecture and durable Design 2 + 1 45 90 4
29 Communication with the public and

the art of speaking

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30 Research Journalism 2 + 1 45 90 4
31 Controversies in public debate 2 + 1 45 90 4
32 European multiculturalism 2 + 1 45 90 4
33 English for specific – needs 1 2 + 1 45 90 4
34 English for specific – needs 2 2 + 1 45 90 4
35 Romanian languages for specific – needs 2 2 + 1 45 90 4