Faculty of Technical Sciences

Undergraduate studies

Study Programe Electroenergetics Systems
Cycle Bachelor- Four year study
Description of the study programe The program is focused on providing modern knowledge from energetiics systems in engineering and related areas needed by specialists developing modern power systems to develop the ability to apply professional knowledge.
ECTS credits 240 ECTS credits
Obtained title after graduation Graduate Electrical Engineer
List of courses Semester 1:

Mathematics 1,

Physics 1,

Basics of Electrical Engineering 1,

Programming and Algorithms 1,

Elective Course

Semester 2:

Mathematics 2,

Physics 2,

Basics of Electrical Engineering 2,

Programming and Algorithms2,

Structure with Programming,

Elective Course

Semester 3:

Mathematics 3,

Measurement in Electrical Engineering,

Air and Cable Lines,

Electrical Circuit Theory,

Elective Course

Semester 4:

Electric vehicles and Transformers,

Electrical Networks,

Computer Supported by Design of Electrical Installations,

Elective Course1,

Elective Course2,

Semester 5:

High-Speed Systems and Systems,

Distributed Systems,

High Voltage Technology 1,

Elective Course

Semester 6:

Computer Methods for Analyzing Stationary Types in EPS,

High Voltage Technology 2,

Electricity Market,

Elective Course1,

Elective Course2

Semester 7:

Ways of Operating the Power System,

Management and Sending to the Power System,

Elective Course1,

Elective Course2

Semester 8:

Technical Management Systems,

Working in graduation topic ,

Elective Course1,

Elective Course2

Undergraduate studies

 

Study Programe ECONOMIC ENGINEERING
Cycle First
Description of the study programe Economic engineering is a specialized field that included engineering knowledge base and the micro-economy. Its main function is to facilitate decision-making based on economic comparison of different technological alternatives for investment.
ECTS credits 180
Obtained title after graduation Bachelor in Economic Engineering
List of courses
I YEAR

WINTER SEMESTER  I

Obligatory subjects
Mathematics I
Engineering Physics
Engineering materials I
Engineering chemistry
Теchnical English language I
Election subjects
Information technology-advanced skills
Economic problems with Excel
Polymer materials
 I YEAR

SUMMER SEMESTER II

Obligatory subjects
Mathematics II
Foundations of Economics
Engineering materials II
Теchnical English language II
Election subjects
Technical drawing and computer graphics
Physical chemistry
Fundamentals of Data-ACCESS
Subject from the general faculty list
 

 

 II YEAR

WINTER SEMESTER  III

Obligatory subjects
Technical mechanics
Basics of electro technical
Informatics for Economists
Statistics
Election subjects
Preparation of raw materials
Economy of the enterprise
Development of new products
Subject from the general faculty list
II YEAR

SUMMER SEMESTER IV

Obligatory subjects
Thermodynamics
Mechanical components and constructions
Environmental Protection
Manufacturing Technologies I
Election subjects
Basics of accountancy with bilans
Corrosion and protection
Business logistics
Subject from the general faculty list
III YEAR

WINTER SEMESTER  V

Obligatory subjects
Energy, energy resources
Manufacturing Technologies II
Managing the industrial companies
Automation of production processes
Election subjects
International business
Test and control products
Water protection
Subject from the general faculty list
 III YEAR

SUMMER SEMESTER VI

Obligatory subjects
Managing the living environment
Marketing and analysis of the market
Professional practice
Graduate thesis
Election subjects
Waste management
Quality management of production
Complete quality management of production

 

Undergraduate studies

 

Study Programe Mechanical engineering and management
Cycle Bachelor- Four year study
Description of the study programe The purpose of the Engineering Engineering Program and Management represents the technical basis for the construction and production of various machines, equipment, tools and tools used in all branches of economy, industry, mining, energy, agriculture, transport, etc.
ECTS credits 240 ECTS credits
Obtained title after graduation                         Graduate in Mechanical Engineering and Management
List of courses Semester 1:

Mathematics 1,

Statics, Machine Materials,

Elective Course1,

Elective Course2

Semester 2:

Mathematics 2,

Hardness of Materials,

Machine Material 2,

Elective Course1,

Elective Course2

Semester 3:

Linear Algebra,

Kinematics and Dynamics,

Mechanical Components,

Production Technologies,

Principles of Management,

Elective Course

Semester 4:

Constructions,

Thermodynamics,

Fluid Mechanics,

Elective Course 1,

Elective Course2

Semester 5:

Management Systems,

Construction and Integration,

Mechanical Transmissions,

Hydraulic Machines,

Elective Course

Semester 6:

Form Processing Method,

Numerical Management with CAD / CAM,

Hot Motors,

Elective Course

Semester 7:

Meteorology and Measurement Systems,

Computer Engineering and Support,

Economic Engineering,

Elective Course

Semester 8:

Technological and Maintenance Systems,

Quality Management and Control,

Working in Graduation topic,

Elective Course 1,

Elective Course2

 

 

Undergraduate studies

Study Programe TRANSPORTATION AND TRAFFIC ENGINEERING
Cycle First
Description of the study programe Infrastructure, organization and management of traffic, ie traffic infrastructure functional relationship are preconditions for economic development. contemporary flows of goods and people require a combination of all branches of transport and infrastructure and functional communication.
ECTS credits 240
Obtained title after graduation Engineer Traffic and transportation engineering/ road traffic
List of courses  

 

 I YEAR

  WINTER SEMESTER  I

Obligatory subjects
Mathematics 1
Descriptive geometry and technical drawing with CAD
Technical mechanics
Physics
Basics of traffic engineering
I YEAR    

 SUMMER SEMESTER II

Obligatory subjects
Mathematics 2
Electrotechnics
English language
Introduction to Programming
Urbanism and space planning
Practical education
II YEAR   

 WINTER SEMESTER  III 

Obligatory subjects
Probability and Statistics in traffic
Collection and analysis of transport data
Transport logistics
Optional subject – FTS (from List1)
Optional subject – FTS (from List1)
List 1: Elective subjects for III semester
Traffic and Transport Law
Traffic Psychology
Transhipment processes
Electronics for traffic engineers
Applicative software
II YEAR  

  SUMMER SEMESTER IV

Obligatory subjects
  Traffic Safety
 Basics of road Engineering
Economics of traffic systems
Operations research
Optional subject – FTS (from List2)
Practical education
List 2: Elective subjects for IV semester
Standards for the identification of goods transport
Models of behavior of road participants
Euro integration in traffic
Basics of Geodesy
 III YEAR  

  WINTER SEMESTER  V

Obligatory subjects
Planning and managing of freight transport
Traffic flow theory and road capacity
Organization of JGPP
Motor vehicles
Optional subject – FTS (from List3)
List 3: Elective subjects for V semester
  International transport and forwarding
 Transport and Environment
 Construction design of traffic facilities
 III YEAR   

SUMMER SEMESTER VI

Obligatory subjects
Systems of motor vehicles
 Modern transport technologies
 Techniques of traffic management
 Optional subject – FTS (from List 4)
 Optional subject – MTU
Practical education
List 4: Elective subjects for VI semester
Security Management Systems SMS
Transport economics
Urban transport systems
IV YEAR  

  WINTER SEMESTER  VII

Obligatory subjects
Optional subject – FTS (from List 5)
Optional subject – FTS (from List 5)
Optional subject – FTS (from List 5)
Optional subject – MTU
Optional subject – MTU
List 5: Elective subjects for VII semester
Valuation of road network
Technical exploitation of motor vehicles
Analysis of accidents
Theory of movement of motor vehicles
Evaluating the impact of traffic on environment
Basics of management and control of traffic
Transport policy
Integrated transport
 Modern industrial management
Urban logistics
 IV YEAR 

SUMMER SEMESTER VIII

Obligatory subjects
Optional subject – FTS (from List 6)
Optional subject – FTS (from List 6)
Optional subject – FTS (from List 6)
Optional subject – MTU
Practical education
Graduate thesis
 

List 6: Elective subjects for VIII semester

Modeling and Simulation
Planning of JGP
Traffic planning
Maintenance of motor vehicles
Expertise of accidents
Marketing in traffic
Software packets in the theory of traffic flows
Examination of vehicles
Preventing traffic accidents

 

Undergraduate studies

Study Programe MECHATRONICS
Cycle First
Description of the study programe 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.
ECTS credits 180
Obtained title after graduation Bachelor in Mechatronics
List of courses
 I YEAR

WINTER SEMESTER  I

Obligatory subjects
Mathematics I
  Engineering Physics
Engineering materials
Basics of Electrotechnics I
 Election subjects
Technical English language I
Information technology- advanced skills
CAD-Technical drawing with computer
VITI I I

SUMMER SEMESTER II

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Mathematics II
Materials in mechatronics
Statics and material resistance
3 D engineering
Election subjects
Basics of Electrotechnics II
Technical English language II
Computer engineering
II YEAR

WINTER SEMESTER  III

Obligatory subjects
Electrical measurements
The basics of programming
Kinetics and kinematics
Digital technique
Election subjects
Mathematics III
Technique of microcomputers
Databases– Access
Basics of precision mechanics
Subject from the general faculty list
 II YEAR

SUMMER SEMESTER IV

Obligatory subjects
Manufacturing technologies in mechatronics I
Engineering Software
Mechanical components and constructions
Mechanical manufacturing
Election subjects
Welding and allied processes
Sensors and actuators
Test and control products
Thermodynamics and thermo-technical devices
Subject from the general faculty list
 

 III YEAR

WINTER SEMESTER  V

Obligatory subjects
Оscillations
Manufacturing technologies in mechatronics II
Тechnical regulation
Electrical circuits
Election subjects
Recycling materials
MEMS systems
Oriented software development
Subject from the general faculty list
III YEAR

SUMMER SEMESTER VI

Obligatory subjects
Control of processes
Energy, energy resources
Professional practice
Graduate thesis
Election subjects
Environment engineering
A human- Machine
Quality management of production
Subject from the general faculty list

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Faculty of technical sciences spans many fields of engineering and applied economics and management for finding innovative and creative solutions in the construction, design, modification, installation, maintenance, testing, and producing various products.