Járműmérnök MSc angol 2017

Aim of the course
The aim of the course is to train vehicle engineers who are in command of high level scientific , specified technical automotive, IT and business management knowledge related to vehicles and mobile apparatus and using this knowledge are capable of developing, designing, producing and researching the processes in relation to railway, road and agricultural vehicles, aircrafts and watercrafts, construction and material handling machinery. They are capable of safely operating, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing these machines as well as the transport and machine systems constructed from them keeping in mind environment protection and energy management requirements. They are prepared and ready to continue their studies in the doctoral training. 

Level of Degree: master (magister, master; abbreviated: MSc-) degree

Qualification written in the degree: vehicle engineer

The English name of the title: Vehicle Engineer

Course duration: 4 semesters

Number of credit points necessary for the MSc degree: 120 credit points

- the orientation of the course: balanced (40-60 percent)

- credit points allocated to the preparation of the thesis:: 30 credit points

- the minimal credit points allocatable to the optionally chosen subjects: 6 credit points

(According to the unified categorisation system of training areas/fields) the classification of the study area: 525

Course content: The percentage of each training area/field:

 

Area/Field of Training

kp

%

Knowledge of Natural Sciences 

20

16,6

Knowledge of Economics and Human Sciences

10

8,3

Professional core material

30

25

Differentiated professional knowledge

30

25

Planning of thesis

30

25

Total credit points:

120

100


Credit points allocated for the preparation of the thesis : 30 cp

the minimal credit points allocatable to the optionally chosen subjects: 10 cp

Specialisations:
no specalisations.

Moduls:
whole vehicle engineering,
alternative drive systems.

The area of Whole Vehicle Development covers the prediction and control of vehicle characteristics, such as internal noise, fuel consumption, durability, etc., in which the car is considered as a complex engineering system expected to satisfy demanding customer expectations. The main focus areas of the program are Acoustics, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Thermodynamics, Strength- and Fatigue Analysis as well as Conceptual Vehicle Design. Beside the lecture-based learning, students get the chance to take part in a project-based learning environment by participating in the development team of a Formula Student race car, which allows to put their theoretical skills to practice as well as to test their design in a highly competitive international contest

Professional Practice/Internship: to be completed outside the university, duration least 4 weeks

The supervisory system of knowledge:

- After the 2nd semester and at least six week long professional practice outside the university

- in the 4th semester the preparation of the thesis is done in the framework of a professional practice. 

Requirements of the thesis:
The preparation and planning of the thesis is a concrete tasks which can include the solving of an engineering problem arising in the professional field or the elaboration of a research topic. This must be based on the students’ knowledge acquired throughout the course and must reveal the use of supplementary literature. The process is assisted by a professional consultant and is to be done in one semester. The candidate student in the thesis proves that he/she has obtained sufficient skills for individually applying the knowledge learnt, he/she is capable of carrying out design and development tasks in vehicle engineering and he/she can effectively use literature outside the compulsory subjects which he/she can utilise in creating added value.

Conditions for taking the final exam:

Meeting the requirements of the curriculum, including

- obtaining at least 120 credit points out of which the thesis is 30 credit points,

- fulfilling the conditions of the practical training as part of the curriculum.

- the thesis evaluated and approved by the reviewer. 

Conditions of issuing the degree:
On all the courses of the Faculty regardless of the course level (Bachelor or Master) the Student must have a complex state language exam at intermediate level (B2) or an equivalent secondary school leaving certificate in any of the following foreign languages: English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish.

Parts of the final exam:

- evaluation and defence of the thesis

- Comprehensive oral exam including the appointed subjects and subject areas related to the topic of the thesis of which the total number of credit points is 10 points.

The result of the final exam:
The arithmetical mean of the grade received for the thesis and the defence and the grade of the comprehensive oral exam rounded to the nearest integer. If any of the two grades is „fail” the final exam is regarded as „fail”.  

The assessment of the degree:
The arithmetical mean of the corrected cumulative credit index , the comprehensive oral final exam and the grade received for the thesis and its defence.

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Oktatásszervezés Eseménynaptára

Munkaszüneti nap 2018. október 22.
Munkaszüneti nap 2018. október 23.
Elektronikus ZH nap 2018. október 24.
MÉK Ünnepi Szenátusi Ülés 2018. október 25. 10:00 - 11:00
Levelező oktatás kontaktóráinak időpontja 2018. október 26. 00:00 - 2018. október 27. 23:00