Information about the course
Field of study:Engineering and Technologies of Energy Carriers
Level of studies:second-cycle studies
Mode of study:Full-time studies
Date of commencement of studies:February 2020
Faculty:Faculty of Chemistry
Level of qualification according to the European and national qualifications frameworks:full qualification at the 7th level of the Polish Qualifications Framework
Professional title obtained by the graduate:Master of Science in Engineering
Learning profile:practical profile
Number of semesters:
Number of ECTS credits:
The study program includes 3 months of obligatory professional practice. The internships will be carried out in industrial facilities and companies.
Obtaining the learning outcomes specified in the education program and the required number of ECTS points, completing an internship, submitting a master's thesis and a positive grade for the diploma examination.
Graduate profile and further learning opportunities:
Graduates are familiar with the issues of chemical technology and chemical engineering used in the chemical industry, including refining and petrochemical technologies. They have knowledge of production, storage and transmission of media and energy. They are able to design industrial installations, perform optimization of installation operating parameters and other engineering calculations, and are familiar with the installation design cycle from the planning stage to the implementation and commissioning of the installation. They are able to use technical documentation. They are prepared to use specialized software for engineering calculations, thermodynamics of optimization and modeling of technological processes. They are familiar with issues of technical analysis and quality control. The knowledge gained during the studies in combination with the experience gained through practical classes and three-month work experience in industry enable the graduates to be well prepared for professional work in industrial plants as well as companies and research and development units.
Person responsible for the study programme:prof. dr hab. Ewa Klugmann-Radziemska
(58) 347 18 74