Information about the course
Field of study:Mechatronics
Level of studies:first-cycle studies
Mode of study:Full-time studies
Date of commencement of studies:October 2022
Faculty:Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology
Level of qualification according to the European and national qualifications frameworks:full qualification at the 6th level of the Polish Qualifications Framework
Professional title obtained by the graduate:Engineer
Learning profile:general academic profile
Number of semesters:
Number of ECTS credits:
- 166 - Field of study: Mechatronics
- 188 - Specialization: Robotics and Unmanned Objects
- 188 - Specialization: Mechatronic Systems
The rules of conducting the practice comply with the Faculty Practice Regulations. They are an integral part of the curriculum and are not subject to classification.
Students conduct the practice in compliance with the schedule of the selected study course. The practice aims at practical verification of the theoretical knowledge gained during the studies or preparation for writing the diploma thesis.
Practice is organized in cooperation with external institutions/companies.
Obtaining the learning outcomes and the required number of ECTS points specified in the education program, submitting and obtaining a positive grade for the diploma thesis and passing the diploma examination.
Graduate profile and further learning opportunities:
Graduates have essential knowledge in the fields of mechanical and electrical engineering, electronics, informatics, automation, robotics and control. They have skills to integrate this knowledge in design, manufacturing, operation and analysis of products and their accompanying elements and processes. Graduates are prepared to participate in interdisciplinary teams solving problems concerning: design, construction, manufacturing, sales, operation, servicing and diagnostics of mechatronic systems, machines and devices. Graduates should know a foreign language on the B2 level according to Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and have skills for technical discussions in their field of specialization. Graduates are ready to work in: industry manufacturing mechatronic, electromechanical, automotive, home appliances, aeronautic, shipbuilding, milling elements and systems; industry and other companies operating and servicing mechatronic systems, machines and devices.
Person responsible for the study programme:dr hab. inż. Marek Galewski