Master in Engineering Design
The Master’s programme in Engineering Design educates engineers by promoting excellent technical and organisational skills in product development, engineering and design of complex and innovative products. Students of the programme will choose one of three specialisations: Machine Design, Mechatronics or Combustion Engines.
The programme is structured to enhance technical skills, as well as to give an introduction to various aspects of engineering design. The specialisations include a set of advanced courses which are compulsory and constitute two-thirds of the total course work.
The first semester consists of basic courses in engineering design, modelling, programming (Mechatronics track), robustification (Machine Design track) and combustion technology (Combustion Engineering track). The second semester consists of advanced courses within your specialisation, and voluntary courses. During the third semester a large industrial project is the basis for an advanced course within your selected field. The programme concludes with a thesis project that can be performed in either an industrial setting or in an academic environment. Each student is encouraged to actively search for a suitable thesis project in industry, and KTH will provide information on helpful points of contact.
The thesis project is supervised by an experienced researcher and can be performed in an industrial setting or in an academic environment. Exchange students are recommended to find a thesis project in their country of permanent residence or where they intend to begin a professional career.
Engineering Design professionals educated at KTH work in a wide range of fields: as technology specialists at large industrial companies, product developers of consumer products, or with research in academia. Some key industries and sectors involve vehicles (road, rail, air, off-road), industrial automation (robotics, processes, electronics, tools), and medical engineering (aids for the disabled, life-support systems, simulators).
The Engineering Design programme provides the student with the technical competence and abilities to identify complex engineering problems, and to solve these using modern methods and tools.
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Last updated May 27, 2016