Degree Programmes conducted in Swedish 2014–

Degree Programme in Industrial Management (240 cr)

Degree: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering
Qualification title: Bachelor of Engineering
Duration of studies: 4 years
CodeNameCr/year/total
Realization plans
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Gru

Core Studies

45 cr
PRE14MA     15 cr
TKV14MA013    3 cr
TKV14MA023    3 cr
TKV14MA033    3 cr
TKV14MA043    3 cr
TKV14MA05 3   3 cr
PRE14SK     15 cr
TKV14SV01

Swedish



The student

- can communicate coherently and in a professional manner both orally and in writing, in a work context
- demonstrates appropriate knowledge of the process of academic writing and a correct use of references
- can use different channels to retrieve information and compile reports according to the standard form and layout
1
3    3 cr
TKV14FI01

Finnish



The student
- demonstrates ability to communicate in a natural and professional manner, in speaking as well as writing, in a work context, including customer service.
- demonstrates proficiency in the terminology of the field and is able to benefit from research and literature in his/her professional development
- shows such skills in the Finnish language as are in accordance with the Act on the Knowledge of Languages Required of Personnel in Public Bodies (424/2003). This means that the student must show satisfactory (grade 1, 2 or 3) or good (grade 4 or 5) skills in speaking and writing Finnish. Written and oral skills are assessed separately.
1
 3   3 cr
TKV14FI02  3  3 cr
TKV14EN01

English



The student
- shows the ability to communicate in a professional manner in a work context in speaking as well as writing
- is familiar with essential terminology within his/her field and is able to benefit from professional literature
- has a positive attitude to developing his/her receptive and productive language skills and is familiar with the relevant tools
- is aware of cultural differences in international contexts
1
3    3 cr
TKV14EN02   3 3 cr
PRE14EA     15 cr
TKV14FE013    3 cr
TKV14RE013    3 cr
TKV14LEA01  5  5 cr
TKV14IN01

Introduction to Academic Studies



The student

- is familiar with his/her UAS, professional field and individual learning style
- reflects on his/her studies and future plans and is aware of the significance of personal development in relation to life-long learning and the profession
- can generate new knowledge and create personal learning environments
1
1    1 cr
TKV14TR01  3  3 cr
Yrk

Mechanical Professional Studies

81 cr
PRE14FY     15 cr
PRE14ME015    5 cr
PRE14FY02 5   5 cr
PRE14ME02 5   5 cr
PRE14PT     9 cr
PRE14PT013    3 cr
PRE14PT03 3   3 cr
PRE14PT04   3 3 cr
PRE14EN     17 cr
PRE14EN01 5   5 cr
PRE14EN03  3  3 cr
MAP14MR01  3  3 cr
MAP14MR02  3  3 cr
MAP16EN04  3  3 cr
PRE14RA     15 cr
PRE14RA01 5   5 cr
PRE14RA02  5  5 cr
PRE14RA03  5  5 cr
PRE14KTK     15 cr
PRE14KT014    4 cr
PRE14KT023    3 cr
PRE14KT035    5 cr
PRE14KT04 3   3 cr
PRE14TD     6 cr
PRE14TD01 3   3 cr
PRE14TD02 3   3 cr
PRE14EA     4 cr
PRE14EA01  4  4 cr

Production Economics Professional Studies

68 cr
PRE14FE     20 cr
PRE14FE013    3 cr
PRE14FE02 6   6 cr
PRE14FE03   6 6 cr
PRE14FE04  5  5 cr
PRE14MF     15 cr
PRE14MF01 5   5 cr
PRE14MF02  4  4 cr
PRE14MF03   3 3 cr
PRE14MF0R   3 3 cr
PRE14PE     33 cr
PRE14PE01  3  3 cr
PRE14PE02  3  3 cr
PRE14PE03  3  3 cr
PRE14PE04   5 5 cr
PRE14PE05   5 5 cr
PRE14PE06   5 5 cr
PRE14PE07  3  3 cr
PRE14PE08  3  3 cr
PRE14PE09  3  3 cr
Pra

Working Experience

30 cr
PRE14PR101010  30 cr
Lär

Thesis

15 cr
PRE14LP     15 cr
Val

Elective Studies

1 cr


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