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Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering, Full-time studies: Specialisation in Mechanical and Production Engineering

Code: KONE21

Degree:
Bachelor of Engineering

Degree title:
Bachelor of Engineering

Credits:
240 ects

Duration:
4 years (240 cr)

Start semester:
Autumn 2021

Descriptions

PROFILE OF THE PROGRAMME
Specialisation in Automotive and Work Machine Engineering:

The purpose of this line of specialisation is to produce automotive engineers who have basic skills in mechanical engineering and specialised expertise in automotive engineering. Students become familiar with machine design, structural engineering of automobiles, automotive electronics, mechanical engineering and entrepreneurship. Students acquire practical experience, on the level of both the employee and that of the engineer, during their practical training and Project Studies.

There is a wide and diverse range of jobs automotive engineers can perform. Typical jobs include designing, production, management, marketing and sales, or working as an independent entrepreneur. Places of employment may include the automotive industry, engineering industry, and the fields of insurance and inspection.

The automotive industry is one of the fields of industry that has significantly changed the world. Changes have taken place since the time of Henry Ford and will continue to take place in the future. Even today, the automotive engineers are pioneers in technology and their expertise ensures the further development of technology and the preservation of the profession.

The automotive industry is one of the fields of industry that has significantly changed the world. Changes have taken place since the time of Henry Ford and will continue to take place in the future. Even today, the automotive engineers are pioneers in technology and their expertise ensures the further development of technology and the preservation of the profession.


Specialisation in Mechanical and Production Engineering:

The purpose of the Mechanical and Production Engineering programme is to produce mechanical engineers who have command of the production processes in the machine and metal industry and production management. Students graduating from this programme will have the readiness they need to work as specialists and supervisors in the machine and metal industry, from designing to production and from sales to marketing.

Emphasis in the programme is placed on production engineering, mechanical engineering and entrepreneurship. Students have the opportunity to acquire advanced skills in technical mechanics, materials design, or automation systems. Students acquire practical experience, on the level of both the employee and that of the engineer, during their practical training and Project Studies.

There is a wide and diverse range of jobs mechanical engineers can perform. Typical jobs include designing, production, management, marketing and sales, or working as an independent entrepreneur.

The employment prospects for mechanical engineers are good. Mechanical engineers are needed to develop and produce top products for a very wide range of clientele, not only in domestic markets but for exporting as well. As graduates in engineering, students have the opportunity to choose a job that interests them and to reinforce the success story created by Finnish engineers.


OCCUPATIONAL PROFILES
The automotive engineer's scope of duties is broad and diverse. Their duties typically involve designing, production, management, marketing and sales, or they may be self-employed. Places of employment may include the automotive industry, engineering industry, and the fields of insurance and inspection.

The mechanical engineers scope of duties is broad and diverse. Their duties typically involve designing, production, management, marketing and sales, or they may be self-employed. The employment prospects for mechanical engineers are good. Mechanical engineers are needed to develop and produce top products for a very wide range of clientele, not only in domestic markets but for exporting as well. As graduates in engineering, students have the opportunity to choose a job that interests them and to reinforce the success story created by Finnish engineers.


PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH
The working world and expertise demand that employees have advanced skills in information acquisition and processing and problem-solving, the ability to collaborate with others and to always be open to new learning situations, as well as the ability to combine various types of information and various disciplines with practical work. This means that students must understand what they are taught. For this reason, teaching in the engineering programme emphasises the constructivist theory of learning where the students' active role and world of experience form a significant part of the education. It is the teacher's duty to facilitate learning and co-ordinate studies.

A variety of teaching methods are used in the programmes to support students' professional development, readiness for the working world and professional expertise. Students work in small groups, listen to lectures by experts, work in the laboratory, do assignments, work in projects and obtain practical experience in real work environments.

Development

The staff of the degree programme is in a close contact with the staff of companies. They are guiding in the projects, which are made in companies. They take part in the challenging development projects of companies. Then the experience that has been received in this cooperation will be utilized in the development of the curriculum. There is the tight contact to companies by working in Projektipaja, on the project studies, practical training and in the students thesis process.
The head of degree program is a member in the Tech Team Seinäjoki. This is network of the companies of the field of the technology industry and technical trade. This has the objective to increase the growth and development of the business of the companies which participate in the operation.

Objective

The objective of the degree programme is that the students know the contents, significance and the sectors of the Machine technology. They can adapt their know-how in the tasks and they can estimate and develop this operation.

Kuvaus

The purpose of the Mechanical and Production Engineering programme is to produce mechanical engineers who have command of the production processes in the machine and metal industry and production management. Students graduating from this programme will have the readiness they need to work as specialists and supervisors in the machine and metal industry, from designing to production and from sales to marketing.

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KONE21-1001
BASIC STUDIES COMMON TO ALL IN SEAMK

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20
KONE21-1002
Building competence

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10
XX00CG82 Studying at a University of Applied Sciences 2 2 2 1 1
XX00CG83 Career Planning and Internationalisation 2 2 2 1 1
YPO3A3 Communication Skills 3 3 3 1 1 1
YPO4A3 ICT Skills 3 3 3 1.5 1.5
KONE21-1003
Business and entrepreneurship competence

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5
XX00CL55 Basics of Entrepreneurship 3 3 1.5 1.5 0.8 0.8 0.5 0.5 0.5
XX00BE91 SeAMK Innovation Week 2 2 2 0.7 0.7 0.7
KONE21-1004
Research and project work skills

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5
YPO1C2 Introduction to Research and Development 2 2 2 2
YPO2C3 Introduction to Project Work 3 3 3 3
KONE21-1005
BASIC STUDIES FOR ENGINEERING STUDENTS

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39
KONE21-1006
Language studies

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9
8C00CB39 Swedish 3 3 3 3
VI00CB41 Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, written 0
VI00CB43 Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, oral 0
8C00CB45 Working English 3 3 3 3
8C00CB47 Professional English 3 3 3 3
KONE21-1007
Mathematics

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15
KC00CB49 Algebra and geometry 4 4 4 2 2
KC00CB51 Vectors and matrices 3 3 3 3
KC00CB53 Differential and integral calculus 3 3 3 3
KC00CK11 Business Mathematics and Statistics 3 3 3 1.5 1.5
KC00CB57 Computer aided mathematics 2 2 2 2
KONE21-1008
Physics and chemistry

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KC00CB59 Mechanics 3 3 3 3
KC00CB61 Electrical and thermal physics 3 3 3 3
KC00CB65 Mechanical engineering physics 3 3 3 3
KC00CB67 Physics laboratory works 3 3 3 3
KC00CB69 Basics of chemistry 3 3 3 3
KONE21-1009
BASICS OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

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KC00CB71 Engineering drawing and CAD 1 3 3 3 1.5 1.5
KC00CB73 Engineering drawing and CAD 2 2 2 2 2
8C00CB75 Material technique 1 4 4 4 4
KC00CB77 Manufacturing technology 5 5 5 5
KC00CB79 Statics 3 3 3 3
KC00CB81 Dynamics 3 3 3 3
KC00CB83 Strength of materials 1 4 4 4 2 2
KC00CB85 Machine elements 4 4 4 4
KC00CB87 Electrical engineering and electronics 4 4 4 2 2
KL00CX05 Basics of Programming 1 3 3 3 3
8C00CB91 Basic studies in mechanical introduction 3 3 3 3
KONE21-1010
PROFESSIONAL STUDIES MODULES

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KONE21-1014
Production technology module

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KC00CC25 NC technology 3 3 3 3
KC00CC27 Production systems 3 3 3 3
8C00CK64 Quality Management 3 3 3 3
KC00CC31 Production Management 3 3 3 3
KC00CC33 Production technology laboratory work 3 3 3 3
KONE21-1015
Mechanical engineering module

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16
KC00CC35 Strength of materials 2 3 3 3 3
8C00CC37 Hydraulics 3 3 3 3
8C00CC39 Pneumatics 2 2 2 2
KC00CC41 Welding technology 4 4 4 4
KC00CC43 Product development 4 4 4 4
KONE21-1016
Entrepreneurship module

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10
8C00CC45 Industrial economics 2 2 2 2
KC00CC47 Working Life Communication 2 2 2 1 1
KC00CC49 Marketing 3 3 3 3
KC00CC53 Human resource management, HRM 3 3 3 3
KONE21-1017
OPTIONAL PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

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15
KONE21-1018
Applied mechanics module

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KC00CC55 Matrix algebra 3 3 3 3
8C00CC57 Finite-element method 4 4 4 4
8C00CC59 Mechanical vibrations 4 4 4 4
8C00CC61 Machinery simulation 4 4 4 4
KONE21-1019
Material engineering module

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15
8C00CC63 Plastics technology 3 3 3 1.5 1.5
8C00CC65 Material technique 2 4 4 4 4
8C00CC67 Material selection 4 4 4 4
8C00CC69 Material engineering laboratory work 4 4 4 4
KONE21-1020
Automation systems module

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KL00CC71 Basics of automation 3 3 3 3
KC00CC73 Sensor technology 3 3 3 3
KC00CC75 Robotics 4 4 4 4
KC00CC77 Automation systems design 5 5 5 5
KONE21-1021
PROJECT STUDIES

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8C00CC79 Project Work Shop 15 2.5 7.5 5 2.5 2.5 5 5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5
8C00CG98 0
8C00CC81 Project Course 12 12 12 12
KONE21-1022
ELECTIVE STUDIES

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8C00CK75 CAD -tool for engineer 2 2 2 2
8C00CK72 CAD -continuation studies 3 3 3 3
KC00CD03 The basic course of mathematics 2 2 2 2
KC00CD05 Refresher course in English 2 2 2 2
KL00CD07 Refresher course in Swedish 2 2 2 2
KONE21-1023
Purchasing Engineer Module

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6
LT00CD09 Purchasing Management 3 3 3 1 1 1
LT00CD11 Logistics 3 3 3 1 1 1
KONE21-1025
Digital manufacturing

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KL25AB75100 Concept Design 3 3 3 1.5 1.5
KL25AB75200 Production process designing 3 3 3 1 1 1
KL25AB75300 Production simulation 3 3 3 1.5 1.5
KONE21-1030
PRACTICAL TRAINING

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KC00CD25 Practical Training 1 15 15 15 7.5 7.5
KC00CD27 Practical Training 2 15 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5
KONE21-1031
BACHELOR'S THESIS

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8C00CD29 Final thesis 15 15 10 5 5 5 5
Total 240 68.5 68.5 76.5 67.5 29.5 39 36.5 32 33 43.5 49.5 18 13.8 15.8 14.2 22.7 2.2 19 17.5 9.5 20.5 2 19 14 19 8.5 16 26 23.5 18 0 0

Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.

General competencies (Bachelor’s Degrees)

1 Learning competence

- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams

Studying at a University of Applied Sciences
Career Planning and Internationalisation
Communication Skills
ICT Skills
Basics of Entrepreneurship
SeAMK Innovation Week
Introduction to Research and Development
Introduction to Project Work
Swedish
Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, written
Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, oral
Working English
Professional English
Algebra and geometry
Vectors and matrices
Differential and integral calculus
Business Mathematics and Statistics
Computer aided mathematics
Mechanics
Electrical and thermal physics
Automotive engineering physics
Mechanical engineering physics
Physics laboratory works
Basics of chemistry
Engineering drawing and CAD 1
Engineering drawing and CAD 2
Material technique 1
Manufacturing technology
Statics
Dynamics
Strength of materials 1
Machine elements
Electrical engineering and electronics
Basics of Programming 1
Basic studies in mechanical introduction
Vehicle laws
Driving dynamics
Car steering and wheel support
Car brakes and transmission
Engine technology
Body engineering
Basics of car electric systems
Basics of vehicle electronics
Vehicle electronics for driving assistance
Automotive laboratories 1
Automotive laboratories 2
Automotive laboratories 3
Hydraulics
Mobile work machines
Commercial vehicles
Farming machinery engineering
Work machine engineering laboratories
NC technology
Production systems
Quality Management
Production Management
Production technology laboratory work
Strength of materials 2
Hydraulics
Pneumatics
Welding technology
Product development
Industrial economics
Working Life Communication
Marketing
Automotive Marketing and Services
Human resource management, HRM
Matrix algebra
Finite-element method
Mechanical vibrations
Machinery simulation
Plastics technology
Material technique 2
Material selection
Material engineering laboratory work
Basics of automation
Sensor technology
Robotics
Automation systems design
Project Work Shop
Project Course
CAD -tool for engineer
CAD -continuation studies
Pneumatics
Product development
Matrix algebra
Finite-element method
Mechanical vibrations
Machinery simulation
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
The basic course of mathematics
Refresher course in English
Refresher course in Swedish
Purchasing Management
Logistics
Concept Design
Production process designing
Production simulation
CAD -tool for engineer
CAD -continuation studies
Pneumatics
Product development
Quality Management
Matrix algebra
Finite-element method
Mechanical vibrations
Machinery simulation
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
The basic course of mathematics
Refresher course in English
Refresher course in Swedish
Purchasing Management
Logistics
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
2 Ethical competence

- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values

Studying at a University of Applied Sciences
Basics of Entrepreneurship
SeAMK Innovation Week
Introduction to Project Work
Physics laboratory works
Basics of chemistry
Engineering drawing and CAD 1
Engineering drawing and CAD 2
Material technique 1
Manufacturing technology
Machine elements
Basic studies in mechanical introduction
Vehicle laws
Driving dynamics
Car steering and wheel support
Car brakes and transmission
Engine technology
Body engineering
Automotive laboratories 1
Automotive laboratories 2
Automotive laboratories 3
Hydraulics
Mobile work machines
Commercial vehicles
Farming machinery engineering
Work machine engineering laboratories
Hydraulics
Pneumatics
Product development
Industrial economics
Working Life Communication
Automotive Marketing and Services
Human resource management, HRM
Mechanical vibrations
Machinery simulation
Plastics technology
Material technique 2
Material selection
Material engineering laboratory work
Automation systems design
Project Work Shop
Project Course
CAD -tool for engineer
CAD -continuation studies
Pneumatics
Product development
Mechanical vibrations
Machinery simulation
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
Concept Design
Production process designing
Production simulation
CAD -tool for engineer
CAD -continuation studies
Pneumatics
Product development
Mechanical vibrations
Machinery simulation
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
3 Working community competence

- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills

Studying at a University of Applied Sciences
Communication Skills
ICT Skills
Basics of Entrepreneurship
SeAMK Innovation Week
Introduction to Project Work
Vehicle laws
Body engineering
Automotive laboratories 1
Automotive laboratories 2
Automotive laboratories 3
Mobile work machines
Commercial vehicles
Farming machinery engineering
Work machine engineering laboratories
NC technology
Production systems
Quality Management
Production Management
Production technology laboratory work
Working Life Communication
Marketing
Automotive Marketing and Services
Human resource management, HRM
Project Work Shop
Project Course
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
Concept Design
Production process designing
Production simulation
Quality Management
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
4 Innovation competence

- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions

Basics of Entrepreneurship
SeAMK Innovation Week
Mechanics
Electrical and thermal physics
Automotive engineering physics
Mechanical engineering physics
Physics laboratory works
Engineering drawing and CAD 1
Engineering drawing and CAD 2
Material technique 1
Basics of Programming 1
Driving dynamics
Car steering and wheel support
Car brakes and transmission
Engine technology
Basics of car electric systems
Basics of vehicle electronics
Vehicle electronics for driving assistance
Automotive laboratories 1
Automotive laboratories 2
Automotive laboratories 3
Mobile work machines
Commercial vehicles
Farming machinery engineering
Work machine engineering laboratories
Production systems
Production technology laboratory work
Welding technology
Product development
Automotive Marketing and Services
Material selection
Robotics
Automation systems design
Project Work Shop
Project Course
CAD -tool for engineer
Product development
Concept Design
Production process designing
Production simulation
CAD -tool for engineer
Product development
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
5 Internationalization competence

- possesses communicative competence necessary for one’s work and for professional development in the subject field
- is able to operate in a multicultural environment
- takes into account the effects of and opportunities for internationalization development in one’s own field

Career Planning and Internationalisation
Basics of Entrepreneurship
SeAMK Innovation Week
Swedish
Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, written
Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, oral
Working English
Professional English
Vehicle laws
Automotive laboratories 1
Automotive laboratories 2
Automotive laboratories 3
Farming machinery engineering
Quality Management
Marketing
Automotive Marketing and Services
Human resource management, HRM
Project Work Shop
Project Course
Refresher course in English
Refresher course in Swedish
Quality Management
Refresher course in English
Refresher course in Swedish
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
6 Entrepreneurial competence

- Understanding of the interaction involved in the operations in a company and the business environment, and of the concept of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial way of working.
- Understanding of the principles associated with a profitable business, and ability to analyse the operations and risks in a business.

Studying at a University of Applied Sciences
Basics of Entrepreneurship
SeAMK Innovation Week
Vehicle laws
Automotive laboratories 1
Automotive laboratories 2
Automotive laboratories 3
Commercial vehicles
Farming machinery engineering
Work machine engineering laboratories
Production systems
Quality Management
Production technology laboratory work
Welding technology
Product development
Industrial economics
Working Life Communication
Marketing
Automotive Marketing and Services
Human resource management, HRM
Project Work Shop
Project Course
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
Concept Design
Production process designing
Production simulation
Quality Management
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
7 Quality control competence

- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.

Studying at a University of Applied Sciences
Basics of Entrepreneurship
SeAMK Innovation Week
Introduction to Project Work
Engineering drawing and CAD 1
Engineering drawing and CAD 2
Material technique 1
Manufacturing technology
Automotive laboratories 1
Automotive laboratories 2
Automotive laboratories 3
Farming machinery engineering
NC technology
Production systems
Quality Management
Production Management
Welding technology
Product development
Industrial economics
Human resource management, HRM
Robotics
Automation systems design
Project Work Shop
Project Course
CAD -tool for engineer
CAD -continuation studies
Product development
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
Concept Design
Production process designing
Production simulation
CAD -tool for engineer
CAD -continuation studies
Product development
Quality Management
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
Not grouped

Mechanical and Production Engineering, auto competencies

1 Basics of automotive engineering

A Bachelor of Engineering:
- understands the laws of physics for automotive technology
- knows the common chemicals and materials and how to use them
- knows the methods for production technology
- knows the basic structures, components and systems of automobiles
- understands the dynamic behaviour of automobiles and possesses the ability to illustrate and simulate it mathematically
- has knowledge of solid-state technology and the associated components.

Automotive engineering physics
Physics laboratory works
Basics of chemistry
Engineering drawing and CAD 1
Engineering drawing and CAD 2
Material technique 1
Manufacturing technology
Statics
Dynamics
Strength of materials 1
Machine elements
Electrical engineering and electronics
Basics of Programming 1
Basic studies in mechanical introduction
Vehicle laws
Driving dynamics
Car steering and wheel support
Engine technology
Basics of car electric systems
Basics of vehicle electronics
Automotive laboratories 1
Automotive laboratories 2
Automotive laboratories 3
Hydraulics
Mobile work machines
Commercial vehicles
Farming machinery engineering
Project Work Shop
Project Course
CAD -tool for engineer
CAD -continuation studies
Pneumatics
Finite-element method
Mechanical vibrations
Machinery simulation
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
CAD -tool for engineer
CAD -continuation studies
Pneumatics
Matrix algebra
Finite-element method
Mechanical vibrations
Machinery simulation
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
2 Competence in automotive specialities

A Bachelor of Engineering:
- knows the structures the chassis, frame, tyre, engine, and transmission in automobiles, and understanding of the significance of maintenance
- understands the environmental impact of traffic
- has command of the essential electronic and data communications applications in automobiles
- has knowledge of maintenance diagnostics
- has knowledge of sensor technology and is able to reliably measure technical magnitudes.

Vehicle laws
Car steering and wheel support
Car brakes and transmission
Engine technology
Body engineering
Basics of car electric systems
Basics of vehicle electronics
Vehicle electronics for driving assistance
Automotive laboratories 1
Automotive laboratories 2
Automotive laboratories 3
Mobile work machines
Commercial vehicles
Farming machinery engineering
Work machine engineering laboratories
Project Work Shop
Project Course
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
Machinery simulation
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
3 Legislation competence

A Bachelor of Engineering:
- knows the essential legislation pertaining to the structure of automobiles, traffic and transportation
- knows the rights and responsibilities of the employer and the employee
- has knowledge of occupational safety and environmental protection
- knows the rights and responsibilities of the consumer.

Vehicle laws
Car steering and wheel support
Car brakes and transmission
Engine technology
Basics of car electric systems
Basics of vehicle electronics
Vehicle electronics for driving assistance
Mobile work machines
Commercial vehicles
Farming machinery engineering
Automotive Marketing and Services
Project Work Shop
Project Course
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
Quality Management
Machinery simulation
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
4 Business and customer service competence

A Bachelor of Engineering:
- knows the prerequisites for profitable business operations and understands the business idea behind automobile dealerships and transportation companies
- understands the significance of customer service to the operations in a service-providing company
- is able to communicate and work in international organisations
- knows the principles of management and ability to function as a supervisor
- understands the significance of internal and external logistics to the operations of a company.

Basics of Entrepreneurship
Vehicle laws
Commercial vehicles
Industrial economics
Working Life Communication
Automotive Marketing and Services
Human resource management, HRM
Project Work Shop
Project Course
Product development
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
Product development
Quality Management
Machinery simulation
Purchasing Management
Logistics
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
Not grouped
Studying at a University of Applied Sciences
Career Planning and Internationalisation
Communication Skills
ICT Skills
SeAMK Innovation Week
Introduction to Research and Development
Introduction to Project Work
Swedish
Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, written
Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, oral
Working English
Professional English
Algebra and geometry
Vectors and matrices
Differential and integral calculus
Business Mathematics and Statistics
Computer aided mathematics
Mechanics
Electrical and thermal physics
Mechanical engineering physics
NC technology
Production systems
Quality Management
Production Management
Production technology laboratory work
Strength of materials 2
Hydraulics
Pneumatics
Welding technology
Product development
Marketing
Matrix algebra
Finite-element method
Mechanical vibrations
Machinery simulation
Plastics technology
Material technique 2
Material selection
Material engineering laboratory work
Basics of automation
Sensor technology
Robotics
Automation systems design
Matrix algebra
The basic course of mathematics
Refresher course in English
Refresher course in Swedish
Purchasing Management
Logistics
Concept Design
Production process designing
Production simulation
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
The basic course of mathematics
Refresher course in English
Refresher course in Swedish

Mechanical and Production Engineering, kotu competencies

1 Basics of Mechanical Engineering

A Bachelor of Engineering:
- is able to utilise mathematics and physics to illustrate phenomena in mechanical engineering and to solve problems
- knows the more common components and mechanical organs used in mechanical engineering, and understanding of how the more common types of machines work.
- has command of basic mechanical measurements
- has knowledge of energy technology and how to use it.

Computer aided mathematics
Mechanics
Electrical and thermal physics
Mechanical engineering physics
Physics laboratory works
Basics of chemistry
Engineering drawing and CAD 1
Engineering drawing and CAD 2
Material technique 1
Manufacturing technology
Statics
Dynamics
Strength of materials 1
Machine elements
Electrical engineering and electronics
Basics of Programming 1
Basic studies in mechanical introduction
NC technology
Production systems
Production technology laboratory work
Strength of materials 2
Hydraulics
Pneumatics
Welding technology
Product development
Plastics technology
Material technique 2
Material selection
Material engineering laboratory work
Basics of automation
Sensor technology
Robotics
Automation systems design
Project Work Shop
Project Course
CAD -tool for engineer
CAD -continuation studies
Concept Design
Production process designing
Production simulation
CAD -tool for engineer
CAD -continuation studies
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
2 Compentence in design

A Bachelor of Engineering:
- knows the principles of technical documentation and is able to utilise 3D modelling
- knows of the more common structural materials and the ways they can be used
- understands the significance of standardisation in the design and manufacturing of products
- is able to consider the entire life cycle of a product when designing it
- understands the significance of teamwork and is able to work as an active member of international designing organisations.

Introduction to Project Work
Engineering drawing and CAD 1
Engineering drawing and CAD 2
Material technique 1
Manufacturing technology
Statics
Dynamics
Strength of materials 1
Machine elements
Production technology laboratory work
Strength of materials 2
Hydraulics
Pneumatics
Welding technology
Product development
Finite-element method
Mechanical vibrations
Machinery simulation
Plastics technology
Material technique 2
Material selection
Material engineering laboratory work
Basics of automation
Sensor technology
Robotics
Automation systems design
Project Work Shop
Project Course
CAD -tool for engineer
CAD -continuation studies
Concept Design
Production process designing
Production simulation
CAD -tool for engineer
CAD -continuation studies
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
3 Competence in manufacturing

A Bachelor of Engineering:
- knows the methods, devices and opportunities available in production engineering
- understands the principles of production systems and automation and the impact of them on the structure of a product.
- knows the principles of logistics.

Engineering drawing and CAD 1
Engineering drawing and CAD 2
Material technique 1
Manufacturing technology
NC technology
Production systems
Production Management
Production technology laboratory work
Hydraulics
Pneumatics
Welding technology
Product development
Plastics technology
Material technique 2
Material selection
Material engineering laboratory work
Basics of automation
Sensor technology
Robotics
Automation systems design
Project Work Shop
Project Course
CAD -tool for engineer
CAD -continuation studies
Concept Design
Production process designing
Production simulation
CAD -tool for engineer
CAD -continuation studies
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
4 Competence in machine safety

A Bachelor of Engineering:
- knows the directives pertaining to mechanical design
- is able to design safe and easy-to-use devices and structures.

Introduction to Project Work
Strength of materials 1
Machine elements
Electrical engineering and electronics
NC technology
Production systems
Quality Management
Production technology laboratory work
Strength of materials 2
Hydraulics
Pneumatics
Welding technology
Product development
Finite-element method
Mechanical vibrations
Machinery simulation
Material selection
Material engineering laboratory work
Basics of automation
Sensor technology
Robotics
Automation systems design
Project Work Shop
Project Course
Concept Design
Production process designing
Production simulation
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
5 Competence in company finances and business

A Bachelor of Engineering:
- knows the prerequisites for profitable business operations
- is able to do simple investment calculations.

Basics of Entrepreneurship
SeAMK Innovation Week
Introduction to Project Work
Production systems
Quality Management
Production Management
Product development
Industrial economics
Working Life Communication
Marketing
Automotive Marketing and Services
Human resource management, HRM
Project Work Shop
Project Course
Purchasing Management
Logistics
Concept Design
Production process designing
Production simulation
Purchasing Management
Logistics
Practical Training 1
Practical Training 2
Final thesis
Not grouped
Studying at a University of Applied Sciences
Career Planning and Internationalisation
Communication Skills
ICT Skills
Introduction to Research and Development
Swedish
Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, written
Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, oral
Working English
Professional English
Algebra and geometry
Vectors and matrices
Differential and integral calculus
Business Mathematics and Statistics
Automotive engineering physics
Vehicle laws
Driving dynamics
Car steering and wheel support
Car brakes and transmission
Engine technology
Body engineering
Basics of car electric systems
Basics of vehicle electronics
Vehicle electronics for driving assistance
Automotive laboratories 1
Automotive laboratories 2
Automotive laboratories 3
Hydraulics
Mobile work machines
Commercial vehicles
Farming machinery engineering
Work machine engineering laboratories
Matrix algebra
Pneumatics
Product development
Matrix algebra
Finite-element method
Mechanical vibrations
Machinery simulation
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
The basic course of mathematics
Refresher course in English
Refresher course in Swedish
Pneumatics
Product development
Quality Management
Matrix algebra
Finite-element method
Mechanical vibrations
Machinery simulation
Maintenance and repair workshop operation
The basic course of mathematics
Refresher course in English
Refresher course in Swedish

Bachelor’s Degree studies

1 Basic Studies
Studying at a University of Applied Sciences
Career Planning and Internationalisation
Communication Skills
ICT Skills
Basics of Entrepreneurship
SeAMK Innovation Week
Introduction to Research and Development
Introduction to Project Work
Swedish
Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, written
Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, oral
Working English
Professional English
Algebra and geometry
Vectors and matrices
Differential and integral calculus
Business Mathematics and Statistics
Computer aided mathematics
Mechanics
Electrical and thermal physics
Automotive engineering physics
Mechanical engineering physics
Physics laboratory works
Basics of chemistry
2 Professional Studies
Engineering drawing and CAD 1
Engineering drawing and CAD 2
Material technique 1
Manufacturing technology
Statics
Dynamics
Strength of materials 1
Machine elements
Electrical engineering and electronics
Basics of Programming 1
Basic studies in mechanical introduction
Vehicle laws
Driving dynamics
Car steering and wheel support
Car brakes and transmission
Engine technology
Body engineering
Basics of car electric systems
Basics of vehicle electronics
Vehicle electronics for driving assistance
Automotive laboratories 1
Automotive laboratories 2
Automotive laboratories 3
Hydraulics
Mobile work machines
Commercial vehicles
Farming machinery engineering
Work machine engineering laboratories
NC technology
Production systems
Quality Management
Production Management
Production technology laboratory work
Strength of materials 2
Hydraulics
Pneumatics
Welding technology
Product development
Industrial economics
Working Life Communication
Marketing
Automotive Marketing and Services
Human resource management, HRM
Matrix algebra
Finite-element method
Mechanical vibrations
Machinery simulation
Plastics technology
Material technique 2
Material selection
Material engineering laboratory work
Basics of automation
Sensor technology
Robotics
Automation systems design
Project Work Shop
Project Course
3 Free-Choice Studies
CAD -tool for engineer