Course of Study General Engineering Science (English program, 7 semester) (Study Cohort w19)

Sample course plan B  Bachelor General Engineering Science (English program, 7 semester) (GESBS(7))
Specialisation Energy and Enviromental Engineering
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Semester 7FormHrs/wk
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Chemistry (GES)
Chemistry IVL2
Chemistry IIVL2
Chemistry I1
Chemistry II1
Technical Thermodynamics I
Technical Thermodynamics IVL2
Technical Thermodynamics I1
Technical Thermodynamics IUE1
Technical Thermodynamics II
Technical Thermodynamics IIVL2
Technical Thermodynamics II1
Technical Thermodynamics IIUE1
Mechanical Engineering: Design (part 2)
Team Project Design MethodologyPBL2
Mechanical Design Project IIPBL3
Introduction to Control Systems
Introduction to Control SystemsVL2
Introduction to Control SystemsUE2
Foundations of Management
Introduction to ManagementVL3
Management Tutorial2
Advanced Internship GES
2
3
4
Fundamentals of Materials Science (part 2)
Fundamentals of Materials Science II VL2
5
6
Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
Fundamentals of Fluid MechanicsVL2
Fluid Mechanics for Process Engineering2
7
Linear Algebra
Linear AlgebraVL4
Linear Algebra2
Linear AlgebraUE2
Mathematical Analysis
Mathematical AnalysisVL4
Mathematical Analysis2
Mathematical AnalysisUE2
Mathematics III
Analysis IIIVL2
Analysis IIIUE1
Analysis III1
Differential Equations 1 VL2
Differential Equations 1 UE1
Differential Equations 1 1
Heat and Mass Transfer
Heat and Mass TransferVL2
Heat and Mass TransferUE1
Heat and Mass Transfer1
Environmental Technology (part 2)
Practical Exercise Environmental TechnologyPR1
8
Particle Technology and Solids Process Engineering
Particle Technology IVL2
Particle Technology IUE1
Particle Technology IPR2
9
10
11
12
Electrical Machines and Actuators
Electrical Machines and ActuatorsVL3
Electrical Machines and Actuators2
13
Thermal Separation Processes
Thermal Separation ProcessesVL2
Thermal Separation ProcessesUE2
Thermal Separation Processes1
Separation ProcessesPR1
14
Environmental Technology
Environmental AssessmentVL2
Environmental AssessmentUE1
15
Electrical Engineering I
Electrical Engineering IVL3
Electrical Engineering IUE2
Electrical Engineering II
Electrical Engineering IIVL3
Electrical Engineering IIUE2
Mechanics III (GES)
Mechanics III 1
Mechanics III UE2
Mechanics III VL3
16
17
Process and Plant Engineering I
Process and Plant Engineering IVL2
Process and Plant Engineering I1
Process and Plant Engineering IUE1
18
Renewables and Energy Systems
Renewable EnergyVL2
Energy Systems and Energy IndustryVL2
Power IndustryVL1
Renewable EnergyUE1
19
Gas and Steam Power Plants
Gas and Steam Power PlantsVL3
Gas and Steam Power Plants1
Bachelor Thesis
20
21
Mechanics I (GES)
Mechanics I VL2
Mechanics I 3
Mechanics II (GES)
Mechanics II VL2
Mechanics II 2
Computer Engineering
Computer EngineeringVL3
Computer EngineeringUE1
22
23
24
25
Measurement Technology for Mechanical and Process Engineers
Measurement Technology for Mechanical and Process EngineersVL2
Measurement Technology for Mechanical and Process Engineers1
Practical Course: Measurement and Control SystemsPR2
26
27
Programming in C
Programming in CVL1
Programming in CPR1
Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Design (GES)
Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering VL2
Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering UE2
Mechanical Engineering: Design (part 1)
Embodiment Design and 3D-CADVL2
Mechanical Design Project IPBL3
28
29
Physics for Engineers (GES)
Physics for Engineers VL2
Physics for Engineers UE1
30
Fundamentals of Materials Science (part 1)
Fundamentals of Materials Science IVL2
Physical and Chemical Basics of Materials ScienceVL2
31
Environmental Technology (part 1)
Environmental TechnologieVL2
32
33
Nontechnical Complementary Courses for Bachelors (from catalogue) - 6LP

The choice of courses from the catalogue is flexible (depends on the semestral work load), provided the necessary number of required credits is reached.