, Part-Time, Master, class 2015

1 semester
1 EN573 Technical Methods for Expert Evaluation of Substances, Materials and Products C 4
2 EN581 Methods of Engineering Research C 4
3 EN583 Forensic Technical Expertise of Emergency Modes in Risk Technical Systems C 4
4 EN585 Mathematic Models in Engineering Research C 4
5 EN591 Fire Safety and Rescue Activities C 5
6 EN593 CAD/CAM/CAE Systems for Engineering Research C 4
7 LW572 Forensic Expertise C 5
2 semester
1 EN539 Energy Efficiency of Electrical Systems C 4
2 EN570 Economic Methods for Evaluation of Technical Systems C 4
3 EN582 Technical Expert Analysis of Mechanical Constructions C 4
4 EN584 Materials Reliability C 5
5 EN586 Emergency Modes of Power Electronic Converters C 4
6 EN592 Organisation of Rescue Operations in Natural Disasters and Industrial Accidents C 5
7 EN604 Forensic Engineering and Technical Expertise of Energy Systems C 4

Basic scheme of the curriculum
Courses 60 credits
Graduation Thesis 15 credits
Summary 75 credits

The basic scheme of the curriculum provides for the accumulation of 60 credits per academic year, 30 per semester, acquired by compulsory and elective subjects.

Optional courses credits are over credits acquired in the main draw of the curriculum and not replace them.

Credits from two-semester courses is awarded after successful completion of the entire course.

Legend: C = Compulsory, E = Elective, O = Optional