Master Program in Engineering Studies in Georgia

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Engineering Studies

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Broadly speaking, the field of engineering involves taking empirical evidence, mathematics and knowledge of global systems and using them to create and maintain everything from structures to individual components to whole processes. However, many specializations also exist.

 

Education in Georgia is partially financed for those people pursuing education between ages 18 and 35 years. This system enables students to acquire practical skills and knowledge which helps the whole world face the challenges of the 21st century.

Top Master Programs in Engineering Studies in Georgia 2017/2018

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Master in Water Supply, Water Discharge and Rational Use and Protection of Water Resources

Georgian Technical University
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Georgia Tbilisi

The Master’s Programme in Water Supply, Water Discharge and Rational Use and Protection of Water Resources provides its graduates with the market-demanded knowledge and skills to independently and freely start development of construction of water supply and sewerage systems and properly manage the construction process in a sustainable and safe manner. [+]

Best Masters in Engineering Studies in Georgia 2017/2018. Programme Objectives The Master’s Programme in Water Supply, Water Discharge and Rational Use and Protection of Water Resources provides its graduates with the market-demanded knowledge and skills to independently and freely start development of construction of water supply and sewerage systems and properly manage the construction process in a sustainable and safe manner. Teach to provide rational use and protection of water resources in the current situation. Teach to solve complex engineering and environmental problems in construction of water supply and sewerage systems. Teach to work independently with the project related normative documentation and to transfer a construction object into exploitation oriented on quality. Programme Description The programme was developed according ECTS system, 1 credit is equal to 27 hours, which is meant as a contact, as well as independent work hours. The distribution of credits represented in the curriculum. The distribution of credits represented in the curriculum. The continuation of programme is 2 years (4 semesters) and covers 120 credits (ECTS) Core courses - 75 credits and research component – 45 credits. The first-year learning process (two semesters 21-21 weeks) is scheduled as follows: two weeks, particularly in VII and XIV week provided midterm examinations i.e., duration of learning and midterm examinations is 17 weeks. During XVIII- and XXI week provided examinations (Main and supplementary examinations). In first semester of this year master learn 5 credit 1 subject, 7 credit 1 subject and 9 credit 2 subjects. In second semester Master... [-]

Master in Water Engineering

Georgian Technical University
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Georgia Tbilisi

This Master’s objective is to prepare the water resources engineer which will be modern requirement appropriate, competitive, performance-oriented, focused on the practical and operational activities. Which, will can provide design and implementation of operational activities given into construction norms and rules, will be motivated to be a professional point of view, a worthy contribution to the social - economic development. Will be able to design, construction and exploitation of water resources management systems using modern computer programs and consideration of risk–factors in the regulatory processes. Will be able to natural water classification, monitoring of water quality and assessment them use the modern standards. [+]

This Master’s objective is to prepare the water resources engineer which will be modern requirement appropriate, competitive, performance-oriented, focused on the practical and operational activities. Which, will can provide design and implementation of operational activities given into construction norms and rules, will be motivated to be a professional point of view, a worthy contribution to the social - economic development. Will be able to design, construction and exploitation of water resources management systems using modern computer programs and consideration of risk–factors in the regulatory processes. Will be able to natural water classification, monitoring of water quality and assessment them use the modern standards. Programme Prerequisites The studying rights on a Master’s programme is entitled person who has at least a bachelor's or equivalent academic degree and has English knowledge in the level B2, that must be approved by appropriate Certificate from Institution with special Accreditation, or tests providing by the University. The person will be enrolled according the results of the Graduate Record Examination (based on the Graduate Record Examinations, and tests in specialty submitted in the English language). Sample tests will be posted up on the website of the Department of Education of GTU at least one month before the start of the examinations -http://gtu.ge/study/index.php. Admission to the Master's programme without passing the examination may be established by the Ministry of Education and Science. Programme Description The programme was developed according ECTS system, 1 credit is equal to 27 hours, which is meant as a contact, as well as... [-]

Master in Biomedical Engineering

Georgian Technical University
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Georgia Tbilisi

The programme educational objectives of biomedical engineering programme is to integrate engineering and life science principles into a comprehensive curriculum, that prepares students for entry into the doctoral programme, biomedical industry, or professional school. Primary research areas are biomedical imaging, biomedical implants and devices, cardiac electrophysiology, multi-scale computational modeling, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. [+]

Best Masters in Engineering Studies in Georgia 2017/2018. The programme educational objectives of biomedical engineering programme is to integrate engineering and life science principles into a comprehensive curriculum, that prepares students for entry into the doctoral programme, biomedical industry, or professional school. Primary research areas are biomedical imaging, biomedical implants and devices, cardiac electrophysiology, multi-scale computational modeling, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. The programme provides graduates with a rigorous, broad-based advanced education in engineering coupled with applied biology that will prepare graduates for the many diverse career opportunities of biomedical engineering. Provide an empowering professional degree for students who intend to become practicing engineers. Programme Prerequisites Applicant is admitted in compliance with the Georgian Legislation. Learning Outcome/Competencies Knowledge and understanding Deep knowledge of the field of Biomedical Engineering, critical understanding of theories and principles, understanding of field’s complex issues; Develop a thorough understanding of advanced principles in Biomedical Engineering. Awareness of current and leading-edge topics in Biomedical Engineering. To understand the biological bases of the assessments routinely performed by Biomedical Engineers Applying Knowledge Using of the specific for the field of Biomedical Engineering problem-solving methods; Development of research or practical projects in the accordance; Develop critical review skills, in the area of Bio-Medical Engineering. To develop the ability to critically evaluate current advances in issues and controversies in the area of Biomedical Engineering. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to biomedical engineering problems. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and... [-]