Orientation of Engineering
|Geometry and Vector Algebra||3|
|Functions and Matrices||3|
|Fluid Mechanics and Thermophysics||3|
Orientation for Engineering Studies
|Orientation for Engineering Mathematics||3|
|Basic Course in Swedish for Technical Science||3|
|Practical Course of Building Services||3|
Basic Skills for Building Systems Engineering
|Finnish Language and Study Skills||4|
|Basics of Information Technology and Technical Documentation||4|
|Basics of Building Services and Safety Engineering||5|
Basic Skills of Engineering
|Electrostatics and Electric Circuits, Magnetism||3|
|Basics of Measuring and Reporting||3|
|Swedish Language, Written||2|
|Swedish Language, Spoken||2|
Basic Skills of HVAC Engineering
|Basics of Electrical Engineering and Lighting||3|
|Documentation of HVAC Systems 1||3|
|Fundamentals in Chemistry for Building Services||3|
|Heat Transfer and Fluid Dynamics 1||5|
|Practical Training 1||2|
HVAC Engineering Skills 1
|Thermodynamics, Oscillation and Wave Motion||3|
|Heat Transfer and Fluid Dynamics||3|
|Laboratory Works of Physics||3|
|Practical Training 1.2||4|
Building Services Engineering Solutions for Detached House
|Building Services Engineering in Detached Houses||4|
|Design Project of a Detached House||3|
Learning Path Studies
|HVAC Technology in Detached Houses||4|
HVAC Building Services Engineering in Residential Buildings
|Basic Studies of Air Conditioning||5|
|Heating and Energy Technology||4|
|Water Technology and Fundaments of Fire Extinguishing||3|
HVAC Engineering Skills
|Building Constructions and Management||5|
|HVAC Documentation 2||3|
|Measuring Technology and Labs. in HVAC Systems||5|
Engineer in Working Life 1
|Working English for Engineers||3|
HVAC Building Systems in no-residential Buildings
|Building Automation and HVAC||3|
|Cooling and Refrigeration Systems||5|
|Heating and Energy Technology Applications||3|
|Air Conditioning 2 and Noise Control||3|
HVAC Applications in no-residential Buildings
|Smoke Extraction and Ventilation in Special Rooms||3|
|HVAC Design Project||5|
|Control Systems in no-residential Buildings||4|
Practical Training 2
|Practical Training 2||8|
HVAC Comissioning and Building Systems in Industry
|Ventilation in Industry||4|
|Maintenance and Renovation||5|
Building Systems Engineer in Business
|Contracts and Management||5|
|Technical English for Professionals||3|
Advanced Studies 1
Building Systems Project Management
|Installation and Building Site Technology||3|
|Contracting of Building Systems||4|
|Building Systems Project||3|
Renovation and building services
|Renovation of Building Services||5|
|Renovation of Building Services, Project Work||5|
Practical Training 3
|Practical Training 3.1||10|
|Practical Training 3.1||6|
Advaced Studies 2
Building Control Systems
(Select 10 cr)
|SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquistion)||5|
|Design Project 2||5|
|Questions of the Day in Building Systems Engineering||5|
Energy Efficiency and Life Span Economy
|Energy Use and Life Span Economy in Buildings||5|
(Select 15 cr)
|Design of Water and Sewage Systems||2|
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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.
In the HVAC building services programme you will gain good basic skills to manage, build, plan and implement HVAC systems. The studies are practical and versatile and you will learn about several different HVAC systems and related devices.
As a professional in HVAC building services you will create healthful and energy efficient buildings, which take into account the safe and suitable use of water and plumbing, healthful indoor air, lighting and many alternative ways of heating.
Building services engineering is needed in both new construction and renovation projects. One of the greatest areas are the tasks in building maintenance and use. After graduation you may find work as
•building services designer
•expert or supervisor tasks in contract work
•system commissioning and maintenance tasks
•device construction and sales
•supervision and authority tasks
•real estate manager tasks.
As you gain more experience, you can progress in your career into supervision, management or demanding expert tasks. You may either concentrate on a single field or educate yourself into a versatile expert. A professional in building services engineering may be employed by a small or a large company or become an entrepreneur themselves.
The professionals in HVAC and electrical building services cooperate in the building industry with the other professionals in construction.
The scope of the degree programme is 240 credits. The courses form 1-2 period long modules.
The structure and implementation of the studies emphasise the ”finding out” principle which is central in the field of building services engineering. Each year you will carry out design, survey and measurement tasks together with the students of electrical building services engineering and construction engineering.
For more detailed information see TAMK curriculum http://opinto-opas-ops.tamk.fi/index.php/en/167/en/59
1st year theme: Need: The business of building services engineering, basic engineering skills and finding out your own learning needs.
2nd year theme: Draft: Energy efficient building services in a residential building and working as a member of a team.
3rd year theme: Implementation: Energy efficient office premises, improving the learning principles behind “finding out” and working responsibly in different groups.
4th year theme: Use and maintenance: Use and maintenance of building services and managing entities.
During the third and fourth year of study you may choose a module to direct or supplement your own study path. You may also choose to take part in foreign exchange or work in company projects.