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  • Building Services Engineering Specialization

    Mechanical Engineering BSc Program
    Building Services Engineering Specialization

    The objective of the program is to train engineers specialised in the design, development, construction, operation and maintenance of HVAC systems (heating, ventilation, air conditioning). Building services engineers can carry out diagnostic tests, identify and develop energy-saving possibilities and methods for HVAC systems. They have in-depth theoretical knowledge to continue their studies in the second cycle.

    Our graduates develop competence and acquire knowledge in the following areas:
    • supervising the construction of building service systems
    • diagnostics, maintenance and operation of building service systems
    • planning of heating, ventilation, refrigeration, gas and water supply systems in buildings
    • energy assessment, diagnostic and survey of building service systems
    The curriculum contains the following subject modules:

    Basic science subjects:
    48 credits
    Mathematics, Technical Mechanics, Engineering Physics, Operation and Theory of Machines, Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics, Technical Chemistry

    Economics and humanities subjects:
    20 credits
    Economics for Engineers, Microeconomics, Basics of Quality Management, Management for Engineers, Introduction to Ethics

    Professional subjects:
    117 credits
    Informatics, Descriptive Geometry, Technical Drawing, Machine Elements, CAD and CAE, Materials Science, Electrotechnics and Electronics, Measurements and Automatics, Thermal and Fluid Machines, Heating Systems, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems, Refrigeration Systems, Water Supply Systems in Buildings, Gas Supply Systems in Buildings, District Heating and Cooling Systems, Noise Techniques

    Optional subjects:
    10 credits

    15 credits
    Duration of studies: 7 semesters
    Contact hours: 2.352
    ECTS credits: 210
    Internship: 6 weeks

    Final exam
    Defending the thesis (oral presentation and discussion)
    Exam in two subjects chosen by the student:
    • Heating Systems and Refrigeration Systems
    • Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems
    • Water Supply Systems and Gas Supply Systems in Buildings

    More information about the program here.
    See the Bulletin of the program here.


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