This BSc program offers the knowledge of material engineers who are able to interpret and control the chemical processes in the materials, to test and to inspect the characteristics and the structure of the materials in order to change them by the use of various technologies and to control and organize the material production technological processes in order to provide the required high-quality of materials in mass production. The students of this study program will acquire in-depth theoretical knowledge that is adequate to enable them to continue with their studies at the graduate, master level.
During their studies, students are required to take up to 210 credits, each semester totaling 30 credits.
The modules of the study course include a subject in the following areas: the structure and characteristics of the materials, coating technologies, the chemistry of metals, ceramics, polymers, metal technology, production technology, heat and fluid dynamics, heat treatment, and surface treatment, waste processing, ceramics technologies, chemistry, and material science, composites, melting of alloys, environmental protection, and energetics, mechanics, quality control, casting processes, polymer technology, knowledge of standards, tool design, technological modeling, characteristics, and structure testing.
In the final semester, students are required to accomplish their final degree projects and write their thesis.
This qualification provides employment opportunities in the following sectors of industry:
metallurgy, electronics industry, chemical industry, the energy industry, and machinery engineering.