COURSE SYLLABUS

Degree project in Engineering Materials, Master of Science in Engineering, specialisation in Engineering Materials 30 Credits

Examensarbete, civilingenjörsexamen i Materialteknik, inr internationell materialteknik EEIGM
Second cycle, E7018T
Version
Course syllabus valid: Spring 2015 Sp 3 - Present
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Syllabus established
by Mats Näsström 14 Feb 2014

Last revised
by Mats Näsström 14 Feb 2014

Education level
Second cycle
Grade scale
U G#
Subject
Engineering Materials
Subject group (SCB)
Materials Technology

Entry requirements

At least 240 credits from completed courses required for the degree, of which at most 15 credits may be remaining from base and core courses. Of the completed courses at least 30 credits shall be of advanced level. The appointed examiner decides if the student has the depth of knowledge required for the proposed degree project.


More information about English language requirements


Selection

Selection C



Course Aim

The overall goal of the course is that the student practices, develops and is able to apply theory and methods to solve unstructured problems relevant to a profession as Master of Science in Engineering within the field of Materials Technology.

This means that on completion of the course the student is able to:

  • Formulate a relevant problem for investigation from a chosen subject within the subject area, Materials Technology.
  • Apply knowledge and proficiency that has been acquired during the period of study to a complex development project or a smaller research project in an independent and systematic manner.
  • Choose and justify the study method for an investigation.
  • Analyse and defend the problem formulated in a correct manner with respect to science and engineering, without complete information.
  • Locate and critically review information and summarise this in a scientific manner.
  • Plan, structure and execute a project within research, development or investigation.
  • Judge the scientific and practical relevance of the results obtained.
  • Work to a timetable.
  • Express themselves well in writing in a verbally and scientifically correct manner.
  • Create and execute a presentation of the results of the project, defending the conclusions.
  • Critically review the work of others in a constructive and scientific manner.

Contents

The content of the degree project is designed in collaboration with the supervisor. The degree project always contains a theoretical foundation in the form of a literature survey that highlights the area of technology and the methodology, summarised in a scientific manner.


Realization
The student independently plans and executes the degree project; the supervisor is available for assistance. A timetable for the entire project is included in the degree project, which is continuously reviewed.

Examination

Written presentation of individual work.

In the report the student shows the ability to:

  • Justify the chosen problem of study
  • Select and justify the study methods
  • Collect information relevant to the problem formulation with an explicit connection to the chosen theory/method
  • Present in writing the information collected in a relevant manner
  • Analyse and defend the formulated problem from the chosen theory and methods
  • Critically review the relevance of the results obtained from a scientific and engineering point of view
  • Express themselves in writing in a correct linguistic and scientific manner.

Oral presentation of own work
Public discussion of the work of others
Attendance at presentations of the degree project work of others


Remarks

The department provides active supervision for a period of two terms from the start of the project.
The degree project is performed individually; only in exceptional cases may at most two students carry out the degree project together.
In cases in which the degree project is carried out by two students, this shall be clearly visible in the scope and depth of the report.
An individual examiner appointed by the department responsible for the course.

This course responds to T7004T and T7009T,

Examiner
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Literature. Valid from Spring 2015 Sp 3 (May change until 10 weeks before course start)
Introduction document

Course offered by
Department of Engineering Sciences and Mathematics

Items/credits
NumberTypeCreditsGrade
0001Start of degree project0.0U G#
0002Public discussion of others' degree project0.0U G#
0003Oral presentation0.0U G#
0004Accepted report30.0U G#

Guidelines
Guidelines for degree project »