Engineering Design - Master

STUDIESTED: Narvik
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Bachelor in engineering with knowledge in materials, mechanics and modelling, but also others may be suited to the masters programme in engineering design. Special interest in understanding mathematical and physical theories and descriptions of for instance different constuction behaviours, design processeses, materials behaviour may be a benefit for maximizing the learning outcome in the education.

Facts

Duration:2 Years
Location: Narvik
Credits (ECTS):120
Qualification:Master of Science - Engineering Design
Admission requirements:

An undergraduate Bachelor Engineering degree in mechanics, structural or equivalent, with minimum 30 credits in mathematics/statistics.

Application deadline:Nordic applicants: 15. April
International applicants: 1. December
Application code:Nordic applicants: 4603; International applicants: 9006
How to Apply

Product forming is one of the most important competition factors for producers of all kind of products. You will be very attractive commodity in an exciting employment market.

In order to have products that function optimally, advanced calculation and design are required. This is what the design engineer strives to do. Through this course you will gain an understanding about how shaping and aesthetic design can work together with strict demands for tolerance and functionality in a product. The most important factors in engineering design are thus calculations skills and applied science, which can be used to solve problems related to design, geometry and material techniques.

The programme is divided into four main sections:

  • Product design and design process
  • Strength calculation
  • Material technology
  • Technical scientific calculations

During the course of the study, you will be able to participate in projects where you can design, measure up, model, simulate, redesign and make prototypes.

After passing the program, the candidate has the following learning outcomes:

Knowledge:

  • has advanced knowledge within the academic field of mathematics, physics and engineering and specialized insight in a limited area within the field of engineering design (K1).
  • has thorough knowledge of different theories and methods in the field of engineering design (K2).
  • can apply knowledge to new areas within the academic field of numerical and analytical calculations, computations, materials, systematic design process, computational methods, engineering design (K3).
  • can analyze academic problems on the basis of the history, traditions, distinctive character and place in society of the academic field in engineering (K4).

Skills:

  • can analyze and deal critically with various sources of information and use them to structure and formulate scholarly arguments (S1).
  • can analyze existing theories, and interpretations in the field of engineering design and work independently on practical and theoretical problems (S2).
  • can use relevant methods in engineering design for research and scholarly in an independent manner (S3).
  • can carry out an independent, limited research or development project under supervision and in accordance with applicable norms for research ethics (S4).

General competence:

  • can analyze relevant academic, professional and research ethical problems (GC1).
  • can apply the knowledge and skills within engineering design in new areas in order to carry out advanced assignments and projects (GC2).
  • can communicate extensive independent work and masters language and terminology of the academic field of engineering design (GC3).
  • can communicate about academic issues, analyses and conclusions in the field of engineering design, both with specialists and the general public (GC4).
  • can contribute to new thinking and innovation processes (GC5).

An undergraduate Bachelor Engineering degree in mechanics, structural or equivalent, with minimum 30 credits in mathematics/statistics (25 credits mathematics topics and 5 credit statistics)

Knowledge in Physics (minimum 7,5 ects) on a higher level is required to be able to follow different courses on the master programme. Some of the courses in the bachelor programme have a certain amount of physics included and can be accepted.

General admissions requirements - Master.

Applicants from Norway or Nordic countries:

- The application deadline for Norwegian and other Nordic applicants is April 15th for admission to the autumn semester

Applicants from outside the Nordic countries:

- The application deadline for applicants outside the Nordic countries is December 1st for admission to the autumn semester

Are you an international applicant? How to apply.

The programme involves lectured courses, as well as a high degree of problem-based education (i.e. learning-by-doing), where the students spend their time working on relevant projects under supervision of a highly qualified staff. The projects are concerned with relevant topics within the field of engineering design.

Form of assessment

Through the two year master programme in Engineering Design, the students are evaluated in both theoretical knowledge and engineering skills. This evaluation is based on written or oral exams, in addition to written reports and presentation of project results. The programme aims at being international and research-based, and the students will therefore acquire state-of-the-art technological competence.

Mandatory safety training in health, security and environment (HSE)

All students must complete mandatory safety training before they are allowed access and given permission to work in laboratories, workshops and the like. This also goes for participation in fieldwork/research cruises and similar. Please contact your immediate supervisor for list of mandatory courses.

The language of teaching is Norwegian unless an international student is at place, in such case teaching language is English. Course notes, syllabus material and examination are English.

You can work for anyone who is dependent upon continual development of their products, such as for example, manufacturers, constructors or consultancy firms within car production, space technology, the oil branch, boat and mobile lightweight constructions, house and building detailing, technical equipment, or consumer goods. In addition, you can work in teaching, research and development, continue with a PhD study or you can be a candidate for management positions within public and private sectors. Based upon former experience design engineers are extremely sought after and easily find themselves interesting jobs.
After completing the master study in Engineering design the candidate has a MsS degree which qualify to start as a PhD-student within relevant ph.d.-areas (i.e. mechanical engineering, applied mathematics, computaional methods). UIT Campus Narvik has a ph.d. education within the field of Engineering Science and Technology, which students from Engineering design are qualified to get a position at, if the grading is good enough (for instance for acceptance as a doctoral student), and if there are available positions.

It is possible to study parts of the master program at other universities. An individual plan must in this case be made in accordance with the program coordinator.



Sivilingeniør

The candidate will be awarded the right to use the Norwegian professional title sivilingeniør. This right is legally protected in Norway.



Contact

Mauseth, Guy Beeri


Førsteamanuensis
Phone: +4776966255 guy.b.mauseth@uit.no

Inger Hunstad Karlsen


Seniorkonsulent
Phone: +4776966156 inger.karlsen@uit.no

Jailyn Novela Ludvigsen


Førstekonsulent
Phone: +4776966113 jailyn.n.ludvigsen@uit.no

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