Curricula 2017–

Degree Programme in Electrical Engineering (240 cr)

English translation, degree programme conducted in swedish.
Degree: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering
Qualification title: Bachelor of Engineering
Duration of studies: 4 years
Study type: Full-timeFull-time
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Realization plans
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Gru

Core Studies

45 cr
ELA14SK     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 is able to express him-/herself orally and in writing in a professional way in work related situations as well as communicate with customers and partners
- is familiar with the essential terminology within his/her own field and can understand specialist literature during studies, in his/her future profession and in his/her professional development.
- shall show such knowledge in Finnish that is required of public employees by the law (424/2003). This means that the student must show satisfactory (grades 1, 2 or 3) or good (grades 4 or 5) ability to use Finnish in speech and writing. Oral and written skills are graded separately.
 3   3 cr
TKV14FI02

English for Engineers



- the student is familiar with and has a good understanding of oral and written business communication.
- can understand technical and trade texts and terminology in Finnish.
- is familiar with the Finnish business life and culture.
  3  3 cr
TKV17EN01

English for Working Life



The course enables the students to become confident in using English at work and in situations connected with work by providing them tools for basic job related documents and, to improve their understanding of grammar to allow them to work more successfully in English
The course will also give tools for students to be able to negotiate and manage meetings and other working life related situations in English, while at the same time developing fluency in English.
  3  3 cr
TKV17EN02

Technical English for Engineers



The course enables the students to understand the differences between Standard English and language for special purposes
Students will also broaden their knowledge of common features of academic and technical writing and are able to apply their skills to their future engineering reports
Students learn how to express themselves orally by presenting and discussing technical phenomena whereby they will also be given tools to expand their grammatical knowledge and engineering English vocabulary enabling them to use a greater range of structures while speaking and writing in English.
   3 3 cr
TKV14MA     15 cr
TKV14MA013    3 cr
TKV14MA023    3 cr
TKV14MA033    3 cr
TKV14MA043    3 cr
TKV14MA05 3   3 cr
ELA14EN     15 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
TKV14FE01  3  3 cr
TKV14RE01  3  3 cr
TKV14LEA01  5  5 cr
TKV17TR01  3  3 cr
Yrk

Common Professional Studies

75 cr
ELA14FK     9 cr
ELA14FY013    3 cr
ELA14FY02  3  3 cr
ELA14KE01 3   3 cr
ELA14MA     6 cr
ELA14MA01 3   3 cr
ELA14MA02 3   3 cr
ELA14ET     39 cr
ELA14ET013    3 cr
ELA14ET023    3 cr
ELA14ET033    3 cr
ELA14ET04 3   3 cr
ELA14ET05 3   3 cr
ELA14ET06

Analog Electronics



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
1
3    3 cr
ELA14ET076    6 cr
ELA14ET083    3 cr
ELA14ET09

Energy Technology



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
1
 3   3 cr
ELA14ET10 3   3 cr
ELA14ET113    3 cr
ELA14ET12 3   3 cr
ELA14IT     21 cr
ELA14IT01

Computer Systems



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
1
3    3 cr
ELA14IT026    6 cr
ELA14IT033    3 cr
ELA14IT04

Data Transmission



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
1
 3   3 cr
ELA14IT05

Networks



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
1
 3   3 cr
ELA14IT06 3   3 cr

Professional Studies: Electric Power Engineering

60 cr
ELA14EA     15 cr
ELA14EA01 3   3 cr
ELA14EA02

Tranformers



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
1
 3   3 cr
ELA14EA03

Rotating Motors



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
1
 6   6 cr
ELA14EA04

Switchgears



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
1
 3   3 cr
ELA14EI     15 cr
ELA14EI01  3  3 cr
ELA14EI02  3  3 cr
ELA14EI03  6  6 cr
ELA14EI04  3  3 cr
ELA14EK     15 cr
ELA14EK01   6 6 cr
ELA14EK02

Power Quality



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
   3 3 cr
ELA14EK03   3 3 cr
ELA14EK04   3 3 cr
ELA14SS     15 cr
ELA14SS01

Power Electronics



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
  3  3 cr
ELA14SS02  3  3 cr
ELA14SS03  3  3 cr
ELA14SS04  3  3 cr
ELA14SS05  3  3 cr

Professional Studies: Automation Technology

60 cr
ELA14PT     15 cr
ELA14PT01

Process Systems Engineering



Cf. attached pdf file in Swedish
Kärnkompetenser
1
 6   6 cr
ELA14PT02 3   3 cr
ELA14PT03 6   6 cr
ELA14AD     15 cr
ELA14AD01

Analog Circuits



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
  3  3 cr
ELA14AD02  3  3 cr
ELA14AD03  6  6 cr
ELA14AD04

Signal Processing



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
  3  3 cr
ELA14RE     15 cr
ELA14RE01  3  3 cr
ELA14RE02

Basics of Control Engineering



Cf. attached pdf file in Swedish
Kärnkompetenser
  6  6 cr
ELA14RE03

Advanced Controllers



Cf. attached pdf file in Swedish
Kärnkompetenser
  3  3 cr
ELA14RE04  3  3 cr
ELA14ST     15 cr
ELA14ST01   3 3 cr
ELA14ST02

Control Systems



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
   3 3 cr
ELA14ST03   3 3 cr
ELA14ST04   6 6 cr

Professional Studies: Information Technology

60 cr
ELA14SU     15 cr
ELA14SU01

Data Security



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
 3   3 cr
ELA14SU02 3   3 cr
ELA14SU03 3   3 cr
ELA14SU04 3   3 cr
ELA14SU05 3   3 cr
ELA14AM     15 cr
ELA14AM01  5  5 cr
ELA14AM02  5  5 cr
ELA14AM03  5  5 cr
ELA14PR     15 cr
ELA14PR01  3  3 cr
ELA14PR02  3  3 cr
ELA14PR03

User Interfaces



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
  3  3 cr
ELA14PR04  6  6 cr
ELA14IS     15 cr
ELA14IS01

Embedded Systems



Cf. attached pdf file

Kärnkompetenser
   3 3 cr
ELA14IS02

Operating Systems



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
   3 3 cr
ELA14IS03

Mobile Systems



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
   3 3 cr
ELA14IS04

Network Systems



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
   3 3 cr
ELA14IS05

Web Systems



Cf. attached pdf file
Kärnkompetenser
   3 3 cr

PROFESSIONAL STUDIES: ENERGY TECHNOLOGY

60 cr
ELA17EE  15  15 cr
ELA17EE01

Environmental Awareness



Activity, impact and controversies within in the environmental context
Environmental hot topics are adressed through different perspectives, simultaneously learning English, scientific writing and research methodology

The Student:

• can, in general terms, describe the development of environmental management and energy provision
• can explain the links between activity and environmental impact related to the most important environmental aspects
• can describe the state of environment and available energy in his/her region and globally
• can give examples of (1) and explain (3) the interdisciplinary nature of environmental issues. Can use knowledge from different disciplines in order to explain the most common environmental problems (5)
• understands (1) and can use ordinary environmental and energy terminology (3). Can report and communicate methods and results correctly (5).
• can explain his/her view on environmental and energy issues and his/her objectives in environmental and energy management
  6  6 cr
ELA17EE02

Sustainability in Engineering Solutions



Sustainability in the energy context. What is sustainability, how is it measured, and can it be reached. Close co-operation with experts in the renewable energy field
Tools and processes for assessing environmental impact and sustainability
Environmental legislation and administration and risk management
Resources, Resource efficiency and recycling

The student
• Is familiar with different approaches to sustainability and sustainable development
• Is familiar with the basics of industrial ecology and can identify improvement potential in systems
• Can identify and diversify system borders, stakeholders, material and energy flows.
• Can assess the sustainability an development of industrial ecosystems.
• Knows the basics of life cycle assessment and can carry out an LCA for a product or service
The student achieves a holistic view of management of sustainable development processes and areas of challenge in the field of energy. The student is able to compare different solutions, for example different energy alternatives.
  9  9 cr
ELA17PT  15  15 cr
ELA17PT01

Energy; Resources, Transfer and Storage



Process design basics; Energy sources, resources, thermodynamics, combustion engineering
Review of energy systems, resources, transfer and storage from a global perspective from physical principles to practical solutions. Technologies currently utilized and implemented and future prospects and development
  6  6 cr
ELA17PT02

Combustion Engineering



The students acquire general engineering skills on thermochemical energy conversions and process measurements. The students acquire specific skills on combustion engineering and prediction of vital phenomena related to overall performance.
  9  9 cr
ELA17CO   15 15 cr
ELA17CO01

Modelling, Simulations and Optimization of Energy Systems



The students acquire general modeling and simulation skills in order to understand which modeling and simulation tools and software that should be used for specific engineering challenges. The course gives the students a simulation toolbox so that the students have possibilities to study practical engineering applications by computational simulations.
   6 6 cr
ELA17CO02

Control and Systems Engineering



Control engineering basics, the principles of feedback control systems, implementing basic feedback control systems, and be able to select components and equipment for control systems.
   9 9 cr
ELA17ES 15   15 cr
ELA17ES01

Technology: Solutions, Design and Engineering



The students get familiar with components and principles of electrical engineering relevant to energy systems, they get familiar with renewable energy sources for distributed systems, and they get familiar with the system simulation software Trnsys, they acquire skills on how to design and dimension energy systems.
 6   6 cr
ELA17ES02

Bio-economy Innovation



Assessing the bio-economy potential of a selected area and identifying the technological solutions enabling harvesting and converting it into power or heat. Biomass chemistry.
 3   3 cr
ELA17ES03

Distributed Energy Systems



This module invites the students to a multidisciplinary learning journey discovering the potential of bio-economy innovation and distributed energy systems solutions in solving real life challenges

Definition of a distributed energy system and global and local examples. Principles of design and engineering of distributed energy concepts and technologies
Analyzing, designing and/or developing solutions for distributed energy within the energy village concept

In this course the stundents work in teams using the knowledge gained in the previous courses in designing a distributed energy system. Lectures and project work

Innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership and self-management
 6   6 cr
Val

Elective Studies

15 cr
Pra

Working Experience

30 cr
ELA14AP101010  30 cr
EXA

Thesis

15 cr
ELA16EX   15 15 cr


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