Major 8.05050307 «Electronic Industry Equipment »

Qualification awarded: 
Engineer/ Research worker in Mechanical Engineering
Level of qualification : 
Master
Specific admission requirements: 
Enrolment is held on general terms by the results of placement testing.
Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning: 
None
Profile of the programme: 
Students acquire necessary knowledge and skills at conducting research in field of engineering problematics, production of equipment, industrial equipment, tooling, structuring of technical processes, application of innovative materials processing methods. Students will be skilled at working with normative documents, standards, etc., to provide/mantain the required level of product quality in machinery/mechanical engineering factories and other industries. Masters of Electronic industry equipment have the necessary knowledge of engineering, calculation and manufacturing of standard and new products, industrial equipment, tooling and engineering of electronic industrial technical processes. Research departments of companies, institutions and organization dealing with with any kind of Electronic Engineering are their subject-matter area. During the programme, students learn innovative methods of theoretical and experimental studies using traditional and modern tools and systems. Masters are able to explore and develop innovative technological processes of manufacturing electronic industry production by using modern computer hardware and the latest CAD (computer-aided design) programs (Compass, Delcam, Solidwork etc.).
The total credit load of the curriculum is — 90 ECTS credits, including modules in socioeconomics and humanities — 11 cr., professional and practical trainings — 79 cr.
Key learning outcomes: 

  1. Knowledge in the subject area:
    • Synthesis and optimization of manufacturing processes, assembling, repairing of electronic mechanical engineering products, calculations of process conditions and indicators, selection of optimal structure.
    • Design principles of technological equipment, operations and tools for material processing.
    • Operation and maintenance principles of technological equipment, application of products manufacturing process control system.
    • Principles of design, modeling and forming details.
    • Methods and tools of software computer-assisted design, calculation and simulation.
    • Tools design for parts production of pressure and casting, etc.
    • Design mode and equipment construction.
    • Steering bases of product life cycle.

  2. Practical skills in the subject area:
    • Organization skills of production engineering units profile.
    • Ability to transact design documentation.
    • Competence to work on modern computer equipment and apply dedicated software for computer-assisted design and hoc computing.
    • Skills of measurement and control means.
    • Ability to use operating standards and regulations in certain industry.
    • Maintenance skills of appropriate technological equipment and tools.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples: 
Master activity objects of Electronics Industry Equipment are determined by using of acquirements and skills in state-of-the-art computer-aided manufacturing technology of industrial facility. They can create new production machinery with modern control systems, using advanced materials and technologies for their production, also implement and arrange diagnostic, operation and maintenance, attend to marketing operation, organize flow process and perform administrative manager and technical officers’ functions. Alumni work as research engineers, implementers, technologists, production managers. They carry out marketing operation for functional maintenance deployment, implementation and sales of technological equipment at manufacturing, specified, scientific enterprises and organizations of electronic and other industries.
Access to further studies: 
Master in Electronic Industry Equipment may take postgraduate course majoring in machine engineering.
Graduation requirements: 
Curriculum with the credit load of 89 credits completed, master’s thesis defended.
Mode of study: 
Full-time
Programme director: 
Sc.D., professor Stotsko Zinoviy Antonovych