Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Mode of delivery
School of Technology
Learning outcomes of the course
Industry technology’s laboratory environments is a learning environment enhancing students capabilities to conduct development-, design-, testing-, manufacturing- and prototyping projects. You engage to hands-on laboratory work to meet either for your own business idea or for a local or global company.
You recognize the development requirements in the organization and select the most appropriate method for reaching the goal, problem solving and scheduling. You are able to prepare a project plan related to his field, execute the project while taking into account your role in the project team and the stage in the project. You are able to justify the solutions made, to reflect your own and others performances as well as to report the project activities and the results both orally and in writing.
Investigations and information retrieval:
You can analyze and solve technical challenges.
You can use appropriate methods in a product development process and develop different kind of products, processes and systems.
Different laboratory environments possibilities, developing, design, testing, measuring, simulation, prototyping or manufacturing, depending on the content of the project. Project planning, initiation, execution, monitoring, management, evaluation and reporting. Application of project management tools. The teams will evaluate the performance of their project together with clients (if any) and teachers.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Understanding of project management and project processes, basic studies of own field.
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
Assessment is based on learning objectives and the outcome of the project. Assessment is qualitative, based on a criteria, the student’s self-assessment and peer assessment. The client gives feedback on the results achieved as well as the applicability of the final product.