M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering

M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, specialization: Gas Technology and Renewable Energy (Faculty of Machines and Transport). duration: 3 semesters, 90 ECTS points

The course is intended for mechanical engineers who want to broaden their education by issues connected with managing an industrial product in its whole life cycle, starting from design and finishing in disposal (cradle to grave approach). Environmental, economic and social impacts of any products’ existence must all be considered in a path to create goods suitable for future, sustainable economy. Everything that is available at the global market, both goods and services, is also a subject to the global competition. Therefore, a strong focus in the course is put on the marketing approach to a product, understanding that not only technical requirements stated by potential customers are the source of a products’ market status. Interdisciplinary, multiaspect thinking is necessary in the work of a successful product manager. Faculty of Machines and Transport offers an unique study program aimed at educating engineers for the needs of sustainable economy. The Faculty has sixty years of experience in teaching and high scientific potential in means of qualified staff and exceptional research equipment. Adding the ongoing cooperation with best European educational and R&D institutions, it all provides with conditions for high-level technical education.

M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, specialization: Product Engineering (Faculty of Machines and Transport). duration: 3 semesters, 90 ECTS points 

The course is intended for mechanical engineers who want to broaden their education by issues connected with managing an industrial product in its whole life cycle, starting from design and finishing in disposal (cradle to grave approach). Environmental, economic and social impacts of any products’ existence must all be considered in a path to create goods suitable for future, sustainable economy. Everything that is available at the global market, both goods and services, is also a subject to the global competition. Therefore, a strong focus in the course is put on the marketing approach to a product, understanding that not only technical requirements stated by potential customers are the source of a products’ market status. Interdisciplinary, multiaspect thinking is necessary in the work of a successful product manager. Faculty of Machines and Transport offers an unique study program aimed at educating engineers for the needs of sustainable economy. The Faculty has sixty years of experience in teaching and high scientific potential in means of qualified staff and exceptional research equipment. Adding the ongoing cooperation with best European educational and R&D institutions, it all provides with conditions for high-level technical education.