Mechanical Engineering and Technologies

Training departments: Technology of Machine-building and Metal-cutting Machines and Material Science and Technology  
Graduates from the speciality of Mechanical Engineering and Technologies obtain a Bachelor’s degree diploma in the professional qualification of a Mechanical Engineer.

The duration of training is 4 years for the Bachelor’s Degree.

General engineering and fundamental training includes instruction in the following subjects: Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Applied Geometry and Engineering Graphics, Materials Science and Technology, Information Technology, Software Applications in Mechanical Engineering, Foreign Language, Metrology and Measurement Equipment, Philosophy, Strength of Materials, Fluid Mechanics, Theory of Machines and Mechanisms, Heat Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Mechanical Elements.

General technological training involves the following courses: Technology of Machine- building, Materials Cutting, Cutting Tools, Technology of Foundry Production, Machine-cutting Tools, Metal Heat Treatment, Welding Technology, Material Handling Equipment, Interchangeability, Standardization and Patent Practitioners, Hydraulics and Pneumatics.

Specialized training includes the following courses: Metal Forming through Plastic Deformation, Automation of Machine Manufacturing, Materials Testing and NDT, Design Automation in Mechanical Engineering, Machine Tools with Program Control, Design of Process Equipment, Operation and Reliability of Production Equipment, Modeling and Automation of Technological Systems, Casting Production Processes, Technology and Equipment in Thermal Processing, etc.

The professional development of mechanical engineers with qualifications in the speciality of Mechanical Engineering can be both in the public and private sector. Preparation is adequate to the requirements of different hierarchical levels and departments of design, manufacturing, consulting, commercial enterprises, organizations and institutions in various sectors of economics and social practice.