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Computer-assisted Material Engineering - Bakalár (Bc.) - full-time

Admission Requirements:

Completion of secondary school leaving examination is the basic acceptance requirement.

Information on the Programme of Study:

Students who complete the first level of the study discipline 5.2.26 Materials and study programme Computer-assisted Material Engineering acquire basic knowledge in the area of production, testing, technological processing, selection, and degradation of properties of the main categories of technological materials. Graduates will acquire knowledge about chemical composition of both, metallic and non-metallic materials.

Graduates are qualified to work in industrial enterprises in the area of technological material production, its technological processing into semi-finished materials and products, as well as in the area of their quality control and procurement, together with service and maintenance.

They acquire knowledge and skills in the area of assessment of mechanical properties of material and can work with mechanisms for testing. Further, they are able to evaluate the structure of material and gain necessary knowledge in the area of computer modelling and material loading simulation and its optimal design, taking into consideration the operation load. They are able to work as members of design teams, individually address technological issues, and maintain contact with technological development in the area of technological materials They are ready to follow up on their own professional growth.

Graduates can be employed as operation technologists in production facilities producing inorganic and organic materials and related products. They can also find employment as professional workers in construction offices.

They are able to independently implement experiments, process and routinely assess them, which qualifies them also for positions of professional workers in chemical and material laboratories.

Their knowledge of managerial and economic subjects enables them to hold leading positions in small operational teams where independent and operational decision making is required.

Access to further studies: Possibility to study at the Master level in the study programme of material engineering and discipline no. 5.2.26 Materials, or related study discipline.


1st academic year – the 1st degree of study (Bachelor’s degree), full-time form of studyStudy Discipline:  5.2.26 MaterialsStudy Programme:  Computer-assisted Material Engineering 

Course unit codeCompulsory subjectsCreditsHours / week  L/S/Lt*
semester
1st2nd1st2nd 
PP-P-1Mathematics I5 2/2/0 
PP-P-2Basic Chemistry3 2/0/0 
PP-P-3Occupational Health and Safety2 2/0/0 
PP-P-4Material Science I6 2/2/2 
PP-P-5Computer-assisted Technical Drawing I7 2/2/3 
PP-P-6English Language I2 0/2/0 
PP-P-7Information Science I3 0/0/3 
PP-P-8Mathematics II 5 2/2/0
PP-P-9Physics I 6 2/1/2
PP-P-10Computer-assisted Technical Drawing II 7 2/2/2
PP-P-11Experimental Methods in Material Engineering I 5 2/0/2
PP-P-12Information Science II 3 0/0/3
PP-P-13English Language II 2 0/2/0
Summaries282810/8/88/7/9
Optional subjects 
PP-PV-1Introduction to Programming I2 0/0/2 
PP-PV-2Seminar in Mathematics I2 0/2/0 
PP-PV-3Introduction to Programming II 2 0/0/2
PP-PV-4Seminar In Mathematics II 2 0/2/0
Number of credits which are necessary to be obtained in minimum22Credits

 * L – Lectures, S - Seminars, Lt – Laboratory tutorials


2nd academic year – the 1st degree of study (Bachelor’s degree), full-time form of studyStudy Discipline:  5.2.26 MaterialsStudy Programme:  Computer-assisted Material Engineering 

Course unit codeCompulsory subjectsCreditsHours / week  L/S/Lt*
semester
3rd4th 3rd 4th 
PP-P-14Mechanics of Bodies I5 2/2/0 
PP-P-15Physics II5 2/1/2 
PP-P-16Nonmetallic Materials3 2/0/0 
PP-P-17CAD CAM I2 0/0/2 
PP-P-18Finite Element Method  I  (Adina)5 1/0/3 
PP-P-19Materials Processing Technology I4 2/0/1 
PP-P-20Experimental Methods in Material Engineering II4 2/0/2 
PP-P-21Mechanics of Bodies II 5 2/2/0
PP-P-22Finite Element Method  II (Adina) 5 1/0/3
PP-P-23Materials Processing Technology II 5 2/0/2
PP-P-24CAD CAM II 2 0/0/2
PP-P-25Material and Energy Balances 5 2/2/0
PP-P-26Technology of Production and Processing of Polymeric Materials 3 2/0/0
PP-P-27Excursions 3 0/0/2
Summaries282811/3/109/4/9
Optional subjects 
PP-PV-5English Language III2 0/2/0 
PP-PV-6Computer Modelling I (Adams, Marc)2 0/2/0 
PP-PV-7Corporate Management2 2/0/0 
PP-PV-8English Language IV 2 0/2/0
PP-PV-9Computer Modelling II (Adams, Marc) 2 0/2/0
PP-PV-10Rubber Technology 2 2/0/0
Number of credits which are necessary to be obtained in minimum22Credits

3rd academic year – the 1st degree of study (Bachelor’s degree), full-time form of studyStudy Discipline:  5.2.26 MaterialsStudy Programme:  Computer-assisted Material Engineering 

Course unit codeCompulsory subjectsCreditsHours / week  L/S/Lt*
semester
5th6th 5th 6th 
PP-P-28Material Science II5 2/2/0 
PP-P-29Mechanics of Bodies III5 2/1/0 
PP-P-30Scientific Literature and Information2 0/2/0 
PP-P-31Mechanical Tests of Materials4 2/0/2 
PP-P-32Optimization of Material Properties in Technological Practice5 2/2/0 
PP-P-33Methods of Structural Analysis5 2/0/2 
PP-P-34Operation Diagnostics and Defectoscopy 5 2/0/2
PP-P-35Composites 4 2/1/0
PP-P-36Failure Analysis and Prevention 4 2/2/0
PP-P-37Bachelor seminar 5 0/0/5
Summaries261810/7/46/3/7
Optional subjects 
PP-PV-11Technical Translation2 0/2/0 
PP-PV-12Industrial System Management2 2/0/0 
PP-PV-13Environmental Engineering2 2/1/0 
PP-PV-14Powder Metallurgy 2 2/0/0
PP-PV-15Corporate Economy 2 2/0/0
PP-PV-16Industrial and Legal Protection 2 2/0/0
Number of credits which are necessary to be obtained in minimum42Credits

Final state exam
Course unit codeCompulsory subjectsCreditsLectures
PP-P-38Defence of Bachelor Project10