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CodeDegree Programme TitleStandard Length of Study
B0588A170002Applied Sciences and Technologies3.0 years
Qualification AwardedBachelor degree, Bc.
Level of QualificationFirst Cycle
Access to Further StudiesThe graduates may continue in a Second cycle
Graduation Requirements180 ECTS Credits, Final state examination, Bachelor thesis
Mode of StudyFull-time
Programme Director or EquivalentPersonal IDName
KUC14prof. RNDr. Radek Kučera, Ph.D.
Course Structure Diagram with ECTS Credits1. year / Winter semester1. year / Summer semester
30 ECTS Credits30 ECTS Credits
2. year / Winter semester2. year / Summer semester
30 ECTS Credits30 ECTS Credits
3. year / Winter semester3. year / Summer semester
30 ECTS Credits30 ECTS Credits
Specific Admission Requirements
Specific admission requirements are determined by the Dean of the faculty. For more information please click here.
Specific Arrangements for the Recognition of Prior Learning
Informal learning - max. 60% of credits gained in prior lifelong learning can be recognized, as determined by the Dean of the Faculty.
Qualification Requirements and Regulations
Qualification Requirements:
Finished secondary education with secondary school-leaving exam.
The Czech educational system is regulated by the Higher Education Act (Act 111/1998). Studies at VSB-TUO are regulated by the Statute of VSB – Technical University of Ostrava.
Profile of the Programme
The Bachelor’s degree program Applied Sciences and Technologies belongs to the university study programs. It offers a study of broad natural science rudiments in mathematics, physics, and engineering. A deeper theoretical foundation achieved due to higher number of hours allocated for the above-mentioned subjects will enable the undergraduates to consider an interdisciplinary context and use the acquired knowledge and skills in engineering applications creatively.
Key Learning Outcomes
Key Lerning Outcomes are Expressed in following Structure: Knowledge, Skills, General competencies
The undergraduate has knowledge: - in mathematics covering topics of linear algebra, mathematical analysis, differential equations, partial differential equations, numerical methods, statistics, complex variable functions, optimization methods, discrete mathematics - in physics covering topics of kinematics, mechanics of rigid bodies, oscillations, waves, thermodynamics, statics and dynamics of liquids and gases, the study of the electricity and magnetic fields, optics and fundamentals of nuclear physics, as well as the experimental measurement and evaluation of researched phenomena - from technical courses focused on algorithms and programming, fundamentals of electronics, measurement and signal processing, sensor technology, automatic control, mechanics, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics, heat transfer, material sciences and testing
The undergraduate will be able to: - apply knowledge in mathematics and physics to describe studied natural and physical phenomena, or to analyze, describe and calculate chemical reactions, etc. S/he will be able to solve mathematical tasks using analytical methods, as well as appropriate numerical methods. S/he will be able to create algorithms and to program the proposed procedures - use methods and techniques of mathematical modeling of physical phenomena and processes focused on the tasks described by differential equations including the design of an adequate mathematical model - apply methods of solving electrical circuits and describe their basic elements, explain the principles and possibilities of connecting basic semiconductor elements and to design simple electronic circuits, such as amplifiers, oscillators, stabilizers, etc. - apply methods of mechanics, mechanics of elastic bodies, solve plane mechanisms and perform stress analysis - characterize the most important properties of materials and define the procedures of their determination, define the basic parameters of the internal structure of solids. S/he will be able to assess the relationship between the structure of materials and their utility properties, to predict the possible kinds of material damage with respect to the internal structure - propose, carry out and evaluate a basic laboratory experiment - present and vindicate their professional opinions and the results of their experimental work
General competencies:
A graduate of Bachelor’s degree program of Applied Sciences and Technologies has extensive natural science foundation needed for future engineering studies. Within the study of mathematics, physics, chemistry and related subjects, s/he acquires the knowledge needed for mastering the study of engineering methods in the follow-up Master’s degree program. The graduate profile is completed by social-scientific courses providing knowledge in the field of engineering ethics and communication skills.
Occupational Profiles of Graduates with Examples
The study program prepares students primarily for study in the follow-up Master's degree program. If a graduate of the Bachelor's degree study does not continue in the study, s/he may find employment as an assistant junior researcher, laboratory technician, laboratory specialist, lecturer, lecturer in science courses at universities, officer in the departments of administrative and management authorities, or programmer.
Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading
Examination regulations, assesment and grading are described in the Study and Examination Rules.
Course block: Compulsory - all courses are compulsory.
Course block: Choice-compulsory - student has to choose at least one course from the list of courses.
Course block: Optional - student can choose any course from the list of courses.
IMPORTANT: Student has to select so many courses to reach 30 ECTS credits per semester. Rules in detail and convenient selection of courses can be consulted with the programmme director.
Bellow stated courses are assigned for the degree studies only. Students coming to VSB-TUO for an exchange stay must select courses from the List of courses for exchange students.