Course of Study Mechanical Engineering (Study Cohort w21)

Sample course plan A  Bachelor Mechanical Engineering (MBBS)
Specialisation Biomechanics
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Semester 4FormHrs/wk
Semester 5FormHrs/wk
Semester 6FormHrs/wk
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Production Engineering (part 1)
Production Engineering IVL2
Production Engineering I1
Production Engineering (part 2)
Production Engineering IIVL2
Production Engineering II1
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design (part 1)
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design IVL2
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design I2
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design (part 2)
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design IIVL2
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design II2
Advanced Mechanical Design Project
Advanced Mechanical Design ProjectPBL4
Foundations of Management
Introduction to ManagementVL3
Management Tutorial2
2
3
4
Mathematics I
Linear Algebra IVL2
Linear Algebra I1
Linear Algebra I1
Analysis IVL2
Analysis I1
Analysis I1
Fundamentals of Materials Science (part 2)
Fundamentals of Materials Science II VL2
Mechanical Engineering: Design (part 1)
Embodiment Design and 3D-CADVL2
Mechanical Design Project IPBL3
Mechanical Engineering: Design (part 2)
Team Project Design MethodologyPBL2
Mechanical Design Project IIPBL3
5
6
Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Design
Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering DesignVL2
Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Design2
7
Basics of Electrical Engineering
Basics of Electrical EngineeringVL3
Basics of Electrical Engineering2
Fluid Dynamics
Fluid MechanicsVL3
Fluid Mechanics2
Introduction to Control Systems
Introduction to Control SystemsVL2
Introduction to Control Systems2
MED II: Introduction to Physiology
Introduction to PhysiologyVL2
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9
10
BIO I: Experimental Methods in Biomechanics
Experimental Methods in BiomechanicsVL2
11
12
Mechanics I (Statics)
Mechanics I VL2
Mechanics I 2
Mechanics I 1
Technical Thermodynamics I
Technical Thermodynamics IVL2
Technical Thermodynamics I1
Technical Thermodynamics I1
13
Technical Thermodynamics II
Technical Thermodynamics IIVL2
Technical Thermodynamics II1
Technical Thermodynamics II1
Mechanics IV (Oscillations, Analytical Mechanics, Multibody Systems, Numerical Mechanics)
Mechanics IV VL3
Mechanics IV 2
Mechanics IV 1
Measurement Technology for Mechanical Engineers
Measurement Technology for Mechanical EngineeringVL2
Measurement Technology for Mechanical Engineering1
Practical Course: Measurement and Control SystemsPR2
Bachelor Thesis
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15
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Fundamentals of Materials Science (part 1)
Fundamentals of Materials Science IVL2
Physical and Chemical Basics of Materials ScienceVL2
Mechanics II: Mechanics of Materials
Mechanics IIVL2
Mechanics II2
Mechanics II2
19
Mathematics III
Analysis IIIVL2
Analysis III1
Analysis III1
Differential Equations 1 VL2
Differential Equations 1 1
Differential Equations 1 1
MED I: Introduction to Anatomy
Introduction to AnatomyVL2
MED II: Introduction to Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Introduction to Biochemistry and Molecular BiologyVL2
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21
22
Team Project MB
Team Project MBPBL6
MED I: Introduction to Radiology and Radiation Therapy
Introduction to Radiology and Radiation TherapyVL2
BIO I: Implants and Fracture Healing
Implants and Fracture HealingVL2
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24
Mathematics II
Linear Algebra IIVL2
Linear Algebra II1
Linear Algebra II1
Analysis IIVL2
Analysis II1
Analysis II1
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Electrical Machines and Actuators
Electrical Machines and ActuatorsVL3
Electrical Machines and Actuators2
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27
Mechanics III (Dynamics)
Mechanics III VL3
Mechanics III 2
Mechanics III 1
28
Computer Science for Engineers - Introduction and Overview
Computer Science for Engineers - Introduction and OverviewVL3
Computer Science for Engineers - Introduction and Overview2
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Non-technical 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.