Branch Details

Mathematical Engineering

Original title in Czech: Matematické inženýrstvíFSIAbbreviation: B-MAIAcad. year: 2019/2020

Programme: Applied Sciences in Engineering

Length of Study: 3 years

Profile

The graduates will acquire knowledge of the basic mathematical methods used in engineering applications. They will study some particular cases of such applications in technical courses while in informatics they will be taught how to use computers efficiently to solve engineering problems. Thus the Bachelor's degree graduates will be theoretically well equipped to find jobs in engineering practice as leaders of production teams of various specifications.

Key learning outcomes

The students will be equipped with the knowledge of basic technical disciplines and mathematical methods used in a number of applications mostly in engineering fields. This knowledge will help them get more profound understanding of the essence of the technical subjects studied to be able to apply such mathematical methods more efficiently. The knowledge acquired in informatics will then be helpful for the students in an efficient use of computing technology. Thus, in addition to the education about engineering fields, the graduates will also acquire more profound knowledge of mathematics and informatics. It is a well-known fact that bachelors with such education are much in demand.

Occupational profiles of graduates with examples

The graduates from this field are technically educated with more profound knowledge of mathematics and informatics, who will jobs easily mostly in technical fields. They will be demanded not only in production companies of members of various development and realization groups or in lower management positions but also in the non-production sphere such as in services (software companies) and business. It is expected, however, that most of the graduates will continue their studies in a similar field of a Master's degree programme.
Graduates of the Mathematical Engineering Bachelor's degree programme can continue their study for a degree of Ing. in the same field of the follow-up Master's degree programme. However, they can also choose a different follow-up engineering or mathematically oriented Master's programme at BUT or a different university.

Supervisor


Course structure diagram with ECTS credits

2. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
3FPhysics IIcs8winterCompulsoryCr,Exyes
0AVGeometrical Algorithmscs3winterCompulsoryGCryes
SA3Mathematical Analysis IIIcs7winterCompulsoryCr,Exyes
SDMMethods of Discrete Mathematicscs5winterCompulsoryCr,Exyes
SPGComputer Graphicscs3winterCompulsoryGCryes
3STStaticscs5winterCompulsoryCr,Exyes
A3English 3en0winterCompulsory-optionalCrEnglishyes
A5English 5en0winterCompulsory-optionalCrEnglishyes
SG0Groups and Ringscs2winterOptional (voluntary)Cryes
0S1Programming Methods Ics2winterOptional (voluntary)Cryes
IPSProgramming Seminarcs, en2winterOptional (voluntary)Cryes
0FKSelected Topics in Physics IIcs2winterOptional (voluntary)Cryes
2. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
6AAAutomationcs5summerCompulsoryCr,Exyes
VDSDatabase Systemscs5summerCompulsoryCr,Exyes
SDGDifferential Geometrycs4summerCompulsoryGCryes
SU1Functional Analysis Ics5summerCompulsoryGCryes
0MSMathematical Softwarecs3summerCompulsoryCryes
4PPStrength of Materials Ics7summerCompulsoryCr,Exyes
A4English 4en0summerCompulsory-optionalCrEnglishyes
A6English 6en0summerCompulsory-optionalCrEnglishyes
SA0Mathematical Modelling by Differential Equationscs2summerOptional (voluntary)Cryes
0PPSelected Topics in Strength of Materialscs2summerOptional (voluntary)Cryes
3. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
CELElectrical Engineering and Electronicscs5winterCompulsoryCr,Exyes
5HYHydromechanicscs5winterCompulsoryCr,Exyes
CKPMachine Design and Machine Elementscs5winterCompulsoryGCryes
SN1Numerical Methods Ics4winterCompulsoryCr,Exyes
SPDPartial Differential Equationscs4winterCompulsoryCr,Exyes
S1PProbability and Statistics Ics4winterCompulsoryCr,Exyes
IALAlgorithmscs, en5winterOptional (voluntary)Cr,Exyes
0ZCAcademic Sources and Citationscs2winterOptional (voluntary)Cryes
0OMOptimization Modelscs2winterOptional (voluntary)Cryes
0S2Programming Methods IIcs2winterOptional (voluntary)Cryes
0THIntroduction to Game Theorycs4winterOptional (voluntary)Cr,Exyes
3. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
6BMBachelor Project (UM)cs5summerCompulsoryCryes
SCPLanguage C++cs3summerCompulsoryGCryes
SN2Numerical Methods IIcs4summerCompulsoryCr,Exyes
SOPOptimization Ics3summerCompulsoryCr,Exyes
SP2Probability and Statistics IIcs4summerCompulsoryCr,Exyes
SESBachelor Seminar (B-MAI)cs2summerCompulsoryCryes
6TTThermomechanicscs6summerCompulsoryCr,Exyes
SF0Applications of Fourier Analysiscs2summerOptional (voluntary)Cryes
0ATSeminar of Applied Thermomechanicscs0summerOptional (voluntary)Cryes
PSTStatistical Methods in Engineeringcs4summerOptional (voluntary)Cr,Exyes
0SSStatistical Softwarecs2summerOptional (voluntary)Cryes
3. year of study, both semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
5AZEnglish - Basic Examen6bothCompulsory-optionalExEnglishyes
7AZEnglish - Exam B1en6bothCompulsory-optionalExEnglishyes
All the groups of optional courses
Gr. Min. courses Courses
English 1 5AZ, 7AZ
English 1 A4, A6
English 1 A3, A5