FSIAbbreviation: M-MAIAcad. year: 2019/2020
Programme: Applied Sciences in Engineering
Length of Study: 2 years
Accredited from: 1.9.2003Accredited until: 31.12.2020
The graduates will acquire more profound knowledge of mathematics and informatics that can be used to deal with sophisticated problems in engineering practice. Thus, in addition to the knowledge of the essential engineering fields acquired with the Bachelor's degree, the graduates will obtain the theoretical background needed for them to attain leading positions in research teams of various engineering specializations.
Key learning outcomes
The graduates will be equipped with profound knowledge of mathematics and informatics that can be used to deal with sophisticated problems in engineering practice. They will also acquire knowledge of the essential engineering fields, so that the graduates will obtain a good theoretical background needed to solve various engineering problems making efficient use of computers. They will be well equipped to carry out high-level developing and innovating activities in various areas of engineering as well as other areas. This will make it easy for them to find jobs after graduation.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples
Thanks to their perfect knowledge of engineering subjects, mathematics, physics, and informatics, the graduates will be asked for in a number of areas. They will find jobs mostly as members of research, development and realization teams in various technical professions (mechanical and electrical engineering, aviation, etc.) and in software companies. A great advantage is orientation in recent computing technologies and perfect analytical thinking. They can also hold high positions in the inspection and management of organisation in both the production and non-production sphere. Their broad mathematical background will help them find jobs in commercial companies as well as in many other areas such as banking, public administration, business, etc.
The best graduates are expected to continue their study in the Doctor's degree programme, Applied Mathematics, offered by this faculty. They can, however, also continue their doctoral studies in any other study area of technical or mathematical orientation at BUT or at any other Czech university or abroad.
Course structure diagram with ECTS credits
|SD3-A||Diploma Project I (M-MAI)||en||4||winter||Compulsory||Cr||yes|
|SGA-A||Graphs and Algorithms||en||4||winter||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||yes|
|SMM-A||Mathematical Methods in Fluid Dynamics||en||4||winter||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||yes|
|SSZ-A||Diploma Seminar I (M-MAI)||en||2||winter||Compulsory||Cr||yes|
|SSJ-A||Reliability and Quality||en||4||winter||Compulsory||GCr||yes|
|SOR-A||Fundamentals of Optimal Control Theory||en||4||winter||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||yes|
|SD4-A||Diploma Project II (M-MAI)||en||6||summer||Compulsory||Cr||yes|
|SAV-A||Geometrical Algorithms and Cryptography||en||4||summer||Compulsory||GCr||yes|
|SDR-A||Modern Methods of Solving Differential Equations||en||5||summer||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||yes|
|TNM-A||Numerical Methods of Image Analysis||en||4||summer||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||yes|
|SDS-A||Diploma Seminar II (M-MAI)||en||3||summer||Compulsory||Cr||yes|