Basics in Aviation
|Aircraft Systems and Aircraft Engines||5|
|Computer Aided Design||3|
|Basics of Maintenance||5|
|Maintenance of Aviation Equipment||5|
|English for Maintenance||5|
Supplementary Studies and Project Work
|60 / 0||60 / 7||60 / 23||60 / 15||60 / 0||60 / 0||60 / 3.5||60 / 3.5||60 / 11.5||60 / 11.5||60 / 7.5||60 / 7.5||60 / 0||60 / 0||60 / 0||60 / 0||60 / 1.75||60 / 1.75||60 / 1.75||60 / 1.75||60 / 5.75||60 / 5.75||60 / 5.75||60 / 5.75||60 / 3.75||60 / 3.75||60 / 3.75||60 / 3.75|
Studies of syllabus is planned so 60 credits are studied in academic year and length of studies is 3,5/4/4,5 years. Planned syllabus may change during studies.
Aircraft engineers are in charge of aircraft maintenance and design and implement changes which improve safety and economic efficiency in aircraft. Aircraft engineers also take part in designing parts for joint-European aircraft as well as production development.
The specialisation option of aircraft engineering aims to give the graduating engineers the readiness to understand the technology and safety behind modern aircraft. The studies focus on three areas: basics of aviation, aircraft maintenance and aircraft structures.