Läroplaner för studerande med studiestart hösten 2013

Environmental Engineering (240 sp)

Examen: YH-examen i teknik
Examensbenämning: Ingenjör (YH), Bachelor of Engineering
Beräknad studietid: 4 år
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Core studies

72 SP
EE11CD123   15 SP
YH10SV01

Svenska



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 SP
YH10FI01

Finska



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.
3    3 SP
TKV10FI02

Ingenjörsfinska



The Student:

- manages general, professional and branch-specific situations very well (5), relatively well (3) or satisfactorily (1)
- expresses him/herself clearly and confidently according to the demands set by the situation (5), in most cases well (3) or satisfactorily (1)
- can understand and write messages, letters, reports and documents fluently and flexibly (5), relatively well (3) or in a simple manner (1)
 3   3 SP
EE11CD04

English for Engineering studies



The student:

• can understand and give information about both general and more field-related topics
• can express opinions, give reasons and argue for and against specific topics
• knows the relevant terminology to describe his / her background, education and field of study
3    3 SP
EE11CD05

English Practical Skills



The student:

• can present and document his/her professional domain , both orally and in writing
• can understand and write coherent, professional and stylistically proper summaries, reports, minutes of meetings and business letters
• has a good command of the main structures of the English language
3    3 SP
EE11CD123   15 SP
EE12CD01

Swedish for foreigners 1



The student:

• has a basic understanding of oral and written Swedish
• is familiar with the main structures of the language.
• can use everyday phrases and has acquired a basic vocabulary
3    3 SP
EE12CD02

Swedish for foreigners 2



The student:

• can use more words and phrases in practical situations.
• has the ability to participate in everyday dialogues.
• can read and understand simple texts.
• has a more extensive knowledge of the structures of the language.
2
3    3 SP
EE11CD03

Finnish for Foreigners



The student:

• has a basic understanding in oral Finnish and can use it in simple everyday situations.
• is familiar with the main structures of the language and has acquired a basic vocabulary
 3   3 SP
EE11CD04

English for Engineering Studies



The student:

• can understand and give information about both general and more field-related topics
• can express opinions, give reasons and argue for and against specific topics
• knows the relevant terminology to describe his / her background, education and field of study
1
3    3 SP
EE11CD05

English Practical Skills



The student:

• can present and document his/her professional domain , both orally and in writing
• can understand and write coherent, professional and stylistically proper summaries, reports, minutes of meetings and business letters
• has a good command of the main structures of the English language
3    3 SP
     57 SP
EE11MA912   21 SP
EE11MA02

Geometry and Vectors



The student:

- can solve basic geometric problems and is familiar with the trigonometry of right-angled triangles (1)
- can carry out basic vector operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication by scalar and scalar product) (1)
- can mathematically formulate and solve more complex problems (5)
- can use, in an innovative way, the mathematical tools covered in the course and to solve problems in new situations (5)
3    3 SP
EE11MA01

Functions and Equations 1



The student:

- can use the four basic arithmetic operations to calculate and simplify mathematical expressions and to solve simple linear and quadratic equations and inequalities as well as to solve simple equation systems algebraically and graphically (1)
- can set up and solve common percentage calculation problems (1)
- knows the basics in MathCad (1)
- can mathematically formulate and solve more complex problems (5)
- can use, in an innovative way, the mathematical tools covered in the course and to solve problems in new situations (5)
1
3    3 SP
EE11MA05

Linear Algebra



The student:

- can construct equations for straight lines and planes in space (1)
- can carry out basic matrix operations and calculate determinants (1)
- can calculate a linear regression model for given data (1)
- can mathematically formulate and solve more complex problems (5)
- can, in an innovative way, use the mathematical tools covered in the course to solve problems in new situations (5)
1
3    3 SP
EE11MA03

Functions and Equations 2



The student:

- is familiar with the properties of common nonlinear functions and can solve simple equations of these types (1)
- can carry out basic calculations with complex numbers (1)
- can mathematically formulate and solve more complex problems (5)
- can, in an innovative way, use the mathematical tools covered in the course to solve problems in new situations (5)
1
 3   3 SP
EE11MA04

Calculus 1



The Student:

- can calculate simple limit values (1)
- can differentiate and integrate elementary functions and to apply them in standard problems (1)
- can mathematically formulate and solve more complex problems (5)
- can use the mathematical tools covered in the course in an innovative way to solve problems in new situations (5)
1
 3   3 SP
EE11MA06

Calculus 2



The student:

- can solve standard problems using numerical methods (1)
- can draw plane curves, calculate partial derivatives and gradients of functions of several variables (1)
- can solve simple differential equations (1)
- can mathematically formulate and solve more complex problems (5)
- can, in an innovative way, use the mathematical tools covered in the course to solve problems in new situations (5)
1
 3   3 SP
EE11MA07

Statistics and Probability



The student:

- knows the basics in combinatorics and can solve simple probability problems (1)
- can calculate measures of central tendency and dispersion as well as use the normal distribution curve to calculate probabilities (1)
- can use the basic tools in Excel to analyze and present statistical data (1)
- can mathematically formulate and solve more complex problems (5)
- can, in an innovative way, use the mathematical tools covered in the course to solve problems in new situations (5)
 3   3 SP
EE11PH66   12 SP
EE11PH01

Mechanics and Thermal Physics



The Student:

- can use and check units in calculations (1)
- is familiar with the concepts, laws and principles in mechanics and thermal physics and can carry out simple calculations (1), can systematically use the laws and principles in order to solve more demanding problems (5)
- can conduct and report on experiments (1), can, in addition, calculate uncertainty and discuss the reliability of the results (5)
- is familar with technical applications in mechanics and thermal physics
1
6    6 SP
EE11PH02

Electricity and Magnetism



The Student:

- is familiar with the concepts, laws and principles in electricity and magnetism and can carry out simple calculations (1), can systematically use the laws and principles in electricity and magnetism in order to solve more demanding problems (5)
- can use ammeter and voltmeter, oscilloscope and other electrical devices as well as carry out measurements and write laboratory reports based on these measurements (1)
- is familiar with technical applications of electricity and magnetism (1)
1
 3   3 SP
EE11PH03

Oscillations, Waves and Acoustics



The Student:

• is familiar with the concepts, laws and principles in oscillations, waves and acoustics and can carry out simple calculations (1), can systematically use the laws and principles in oscillations, waves and acoustics in order to solve more demanding problems (5)
• can perform experiments within oscillations, waves and acoustics as well as gather measurement data, evaluate them and write reports (1)
• is familiar with technical applications of oscillations, waves and acoustics (1)
 3   3 SP
EE11CH9    9 SP
EE11CH01

Basic Chemistry



The Student:

• can carry out basic (1), ordinary chemical calculations in known situations in the field (3). Can also apply chemical calculations in new situations (5).
• understands (1) and can use (3) ordinary chemical terminology
• can carry out the most basic chemical analyses according to given instructions (1), can plan his/her work in the laboratory (3), can explain the main features in the analysis in question and carry out the practical work accurately and confidently (5)
• can describe the chemical phenomena which have most significance for environmental and energy related issues (1), can explain the direct influence of these chemical phenomena (3), and manifest his/her ability to draw conclusions also regarding indirect influence (5)
1
6    6 SP
EE11CH02

Organic Substances



The Student:

• can explain the structure of carbohydrates and the most common organic compound groups (1) and can draw the molecular structure on the basis of the IUPAC name and give the name on the basis of the molecular structure and the most common trivial names (3). Understands and can use several ways in drawing the molecular structure (5)
• can, on the basis of the name or structure, mention one property of the substance (1), the most common properties of the substance and in particular how the properties differ between various types of substances (3). Can draw conclusions on how an unknown substance could react, on the basis of its name or structure (5)
• can name the most common properties of a substance, relevant when assessing its behaviour in the environment (1), can - in general terms, decide if a substance is environmentally hazardous, on the basis of its properties (3), can describe in which way/s a substance is environmentally hazardous (5)
1
3    3 SP
EE11EE123   15 SP
EE11EE01

Environmental Awareness



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
1
3    3 SP
EE11EE02

Introduction to Studies and Profession



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
• is familiar with the basic principles of the research process
• can retrieve and critically view information
• can plan, implement and evaluate processes
• can use tools applicable in project planning and project management
• can work in groups and teams with individuals regardless of their background
1
6    6 SP
EE11EE03

Introduction to Computers



The Student:

• can log in the school’s intranet and read his/her e-mail (1)
• has a command of an e-mail programme (5)
• can find information on the school’s website (1)
• has a command of information search on the internet (5)
• can handle files in the home domain (1), has advanced knowledge of an operating system (5)
• can write simple technical documents (1), can write complex technical documents including equations, tables and charts (5)
• can carry out simple calculations, make diagrams (1)
• can carry out advanced calculations in a spreadsheet, can create macros for automatic use (5)
• is familiar with basic database processing (1), can build up his/her own database, can make up questions, forms and reports (5)
• can write a simple presentation (1), can write clear and well-thought-out presentations (5)
1
3    3 SP
EE12EA09

Advanced use of spreadsheet software



The student can use Excel for every-day data organization, visualization and reporting (1)

The student can utilize built-in engineering and financial functions in Excel to analyze data for problem solving, prognostication or optimization (3)

The student can use Visual Basic for Applications for macro programming in Excel for analysis of specific applications/problems (5)
1
 3   3 SP
Yrk

Professional Studies (Common Professional Studies)

111 SP
EE11EC69   15 SP
EE11EC01

Environmental Chemistry



The Student:

• can, in general terms, describe the geochemical, chemical, and physical mechanism in the natural and most common anthropogenic cycles (1), can – in addition – describe their interrelations (3) and describe and, to some extent, assess their impact on the ecosystem (5)
• can in general terms describe (1), understands (3) and can use (5) chemical equilibrium as well as perform simple (3), more advanced (5) equilibrium calculations.
• is familiar with the principles for threshold values and measurements in air (1), can search information within these domains (3) and can describe the functioning of the most common indicators of air pollution (5)
 6   6 SP

Environmental Chemistry Laboratory exercises



The Student:

• can name the most common chemical measurement systems for water environments and carry out the measurements according to instructions (1), can plan and carry out environmental measurements and compare the results with other measurements (3), can summarize the information and draw conclusions on the state of the environment (5)
 3   3 SP
EE11EC03

Water and Air (Emission Control 1)



The Student:

• can name (1) and explain the background of (3) the principles as well as the hierarchy for actions in order to solve an environmental problem in general as well as manifest ability to solve practical problems (5)
• can name and briefly describe the functioning of the most common equipment/methods for producing drinking water, for sewage plants and air cleaning(1), can explain the physical, chemical or biochemical principles of such equipment/methods (3) and can choose the appropriate equipment/method in specific cases(5)
• can dimension water purification basins, on the basis of simple model examples (1), for more complicated yet known cases (3) or in new situations (5)
• can name (1) and explain the function of (3) common purification methods and equipment for water, sewage and air worldwide. Shows understanding of suitable methods/equipment under different circumstances (5).
1
3    3 SP
EE11EC04

Soil (Emission Control 2)



The Student:

• can name and, in general terms, describe the properties of common soil types (1) Can, in general terms, describe how different kinds of pollutants behave in different soil types (3) and can explain the reasons for this behaviour (5)
• can, in general terms, describe land use (1), its influence on the environment (3) and the potential risks of land use (5)
• can give examples of common pollutants in soil and ground water as well as their origins (1), can, in the most common cases, explain how the properties of the soil and the pollutant influence the spreading (3), shows that s/he can assess the risks in practical cases of pollution (5)
• can name the most important steps (1), can, in general terms, describe (3) and plan a study of a suspected contaminated area (5)
• can, in general terms, describe the most common environmental remediation methods (1), can in uncomplicated cases (3) and in cases with several types of pollutants (5) choose appropriate methods and give reasons for the choice
1
3    3 SP
EE11RS 12   12 SP
EE11RS01

Natural Resources and Materials



The Student:

• can – in general terms – describe the structure of various material types (1), can explain how the structure of a material influences its properties (3), can explain the importance of material processing for its properties (5)
• can – in general terms – describe the source, properties and manufacture of the most important materials and resources used in industry and power plants (1) Can – in general terms – assess the environmental impact of different materials and resources (3), can understand how this environmental impact is generated, on the basis of the properties and manufacturing methods of materials (5)
• understands (1) and can use (3) the core terminology
• can describe the principles for the choice of materials (1), can name the most important criteria of material choices which have an impact on the environment (3), shows that s/he can take these criteria in account when choosing materials (5)
1
 3   3 SP
EE11RS02

Waste Management and Recycling Technology



The Student:

• is able to generally describe common types of the waste management and recycling methods (1),
• is familiar with (1) and able to use (3) relevant legislation and other regulations In addition, the student is able to foresee the influence of forthcoming EU legislation on a specific existing waste management system (5).
• can, in general terms, describe the development of waste managements as well as its valid principles (1), can explain how earlier events and decisions have influenced our present view on waste management (3), is able to manifest his/her understanding on how decisions and events will influence future developments (5).
• can name various types of waste, including the types which are governed by special legislation (1). Can– in general terms - describe how these waste types should be managed(3), is able to manifest his/her ability to manage the waste types in the correct manner in practice (5)
• can describe the most common technique for collection, separation, processing and recycling of residual products (1), can describe the advantages and disadvantages of the said technique (3) and is able to choose and adjust the technique in practice (5)
• can name (1) and describe (3) the most common methods for internal industrial processing of residual products. In addition, the student is able to choose the appropriate method in a practical situation (5).
1
 6   6 SP

Project in Resources



The Student:

• can plan (1) and carry out (3) a project in accordance with a given framework Shows that s/he can respond to the demands of new situations (5).
• can cooperate (1) with people whose professional role is different from his/her own, and solve problems in a structured and logical manner (3) and function as a project leader (5)
• can explain his/her role (1) in a team and use his/her expertise (3) and demonstrates his/her ability to learn from other experts (5)
 3   6 SP
EE11IT   3 3 SP
EE11IT01

Research Methods



The Student:

• is familiar with the existence of different conceptions of knowledge and with the most common research methods in some different disciplines.
• is able to develop and specify research problems and to anchor this in an engineering-related frame of reference of prior practical and theoretical knowledge within his/her area of study.
• is able to draw up a plan for his/her own research or development work and assess the quality of reports on such research or work.
• has satisfactory (1), good (3) or excellent (5) knowledge of scientific writing and research methods
• can, with reference to the rules for writing and structuring texts, compose and document demanding texts within his/her own branch and society in general, displaying satisfactory (1), good (3) or excellent (5) skill
• is able to write and orally present his/her thesis
   3 3 SP
EE11EB 336 12 SP
EE11EM01 3   3 SP
EE11EM02   3 3 SP
EE11EM03   3 3 SP
EE11EM14

Corporate Social Responsibility



The student:

• shall know what is generally meant by CSR in different contexts and from different viewpoints, investors, NGO:s, personnel etc.
• shall know what is meant by central concepts such as Ethics, CSR, Code of Conduct, NGO, MNC, TNC, stakeholder, agency and globalization
• shall know and be able to discuss the way in which way CSR as a concept is generally utilized
• is able to see the difference in underlying thoughts between different market views such as neo-liberalism and Keynesianism.
• is able to discuss why the construct of Corporations can be a problem
• knows what forces are influencing a Company
• knows the central ethical movements such as deontology, utilitarianism, virtue-ethics etc.
• understands his/her own role in the context of CSR, the difference between ethical questions on the macro-level and the micro-level
  3  3 SP
EE11EM  156 21 SP
EE11EM12

Life Cycle Analysis



The Student:

• can give examples of the most common types of LCA (1) and can identify which type to use in different contexts (3)
• can explain the objective of the LCA method (1) and describe (3) its advantages and limitations understands the function of the product system and can choose an appropriate functional unit (5)
• can choose appropriate methods for collecting (1) and processing (3) data and can use the said data for a simple life cycle analysis (5)
• can use LCA software (1) and interpret and report on the results of a life cycle analysis (3) and, on the basis of these results, can give recommendations on how to minimize the environmental impact (5)
  6  6 SP
EE11EM04

Environmental Legislation and Administration



The Student:

- can in general terms name (1), describe (3) and explain the duties of (5) the most important administrative bodies in the European Union (EU).
- can describe how environmental legislation in EU generally is developed (1),
- can name the most important directives and regulations concerning environmental and energy issues in EU (3) and can in general terms describe the aims of this legislation (5)
- is familiar with national environmental administration in his/her own country (1), in different parts of the world (3).
- shows the ability to understand the influence of different environmental administration and legislation on different nations (5)
  3  3 SP
EE11EM05

Management Systems (EHQ)



The Student:

• is acquainted with the structure of management systems generally (1) and understands their use (3)
• understands the benefits and disadvantages with integrated and separated management systems (3)
• can name (1) the main differences between quality-, health and safety- and environmental management systems
• understands (1) and can use (3) standard terminology
  3  3 SP
EE11EM06

System Analysis



The student:

• is able to compare alternative solutions in a systematical and structured manner
• is able to take into account the most crucial variables in decision-making.
   3 3 SP
EE11EM07

Risk Management



The Student:

• is familiar with (1), can use (3) and interpret (5) legislation on chemicals, TWA values as well as regulations concerning the handling of chemicals in industry
• can, in general terms, describe how chemical should be handled in industry (1), can explain the risks involved in handling chemicals (3) In addition, can assess occupational and environmental hazards caused by chemicals, on the basis of their properties and the situation (5).
• can give examples of major accidents involving chemicals (1), can describe the reasons for three major accidents (3) and describe how these accidents have led to changes in legislation or work processes in the handling of chemicals in industry (5)
• can give examples of common risk analysis methods and describe, in general terms, how they are carried out (1), can describe the specific features of different methods (3) and show that s/he can choose and use appropriate methods in practice (5)
• can explain the meaning of Due Diligence in environmental context (1), can identify potential environmental and safety risks (3) and describe various methods of carrying out Environmental Due Diligence (5)
• can name the common course of events in accidents involving chemicals (1), can describe the reasons for this course of events (3) and, on the basis of the situation, assess the likely course of events (5)
1
   3 3 SP
EE11EM08

Environmental Impact Assessment



The Student:

• is acquainted with environmental impact assessment (EIA) legislation and procedure (1) and is able to apply the knowledge in practical situations (3)
• understands the importance of comprehensive and well-made assessment
• is able to work together with other experts
  3  3 SP
EE11ET 6129 27 SP
EE11ET01

Energy Sources, Production and Use



The Student:

• can name and categorize the most commonly used energy sources (1), can account for their properties, advantages, disadvantages, and limitations (3) and can describe developmental trends and new energy sources and assess their potential for development (5)
• can name the methods and machinery used in energy production (1), can account for their range of use and explain their advantages, disadvantages and limitations (3) and describe developmental trends and new methods and assess their potential for development (5)
• can describe, in general terms, energy supply and consumption globally (1), can compare the situation in different countries (3) and can describe the underlying reasons for the differences between various countries and regions (5)
• is capable of acquiring information within the energy field
 6   6 SP
EE11ET02

Heat Transfer and Thermodynamics



The student:

• can use energy balances and mass balances in order to analyze thermal transfer processes (1), turbines and compressors (3) as well as cycle processes (5)
• can determine the central thermodynamic quantities by means of tables or software (1), understands the meaning of these quantities and is familiar with their interrelations (3), can him/herself draw up equations in non-standard situations (5)
• can use computerized tools in order to analyze various processes (3) and can him/herself develop tools in Excel or Mathcad for the purpose of effective analyses (5)
1
  6  6 SP
EE11ET03  3  3 SP
EE11ET04

Process Measurements



The student:

• has an overview of different process measurement and monitoring methods, including theory and practical measurements. Different case studies could involve e.g. Near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS), time series and frequency analysis.
   3 3 SP
EE11ET05

Combustion and Flue Gas Measurement



The student:

• can give examples of (1) and explain (3) technology in common combustion plants
• is familiar with common terminology
• can give examples of (1) and describe (3) the environmental impact of fuel and production method and manifest his/her ability to choose appropriate combustion technology (5)
• can carry out combustion calculations concerning chemistry as well as energy (1-5)
• can give examples of (1) analysis methods for air pollution and explain the principle of (3) the most common analyses of air pollution and, based on the demands of a situation, choose the most appropriate analysis method for air pollution (5)
• can plan measurements (1), process the measurement data (3) and use various methods in order to analyze and assess the results (5)
• can use instruments in combustion gas analyses
   6 6 SP
EE11ET06  3  3 SP
EE11EA  15  15 SP
EE11EA01  3  3 SP
EE11EA02  3  3 SP
EE11EA03  3  3 SP
EE11EA05  3  3 SP
EE11EA06  3  3 SP
  6  6 SP
  6  6 SP
Val

Elective Studies

12 SP
   12 12 SP
Pra

Professional training

30 SP
101010  30 SP
Lär

Degree Thesis

15 SP
   15 15 SP


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