Credits

 

Number of credits from basic knowledge of natural sciences: 45.
Number of credits from economic and human knowledge: 14.
Number of credits from professional core material: 101.
Number of credits from optional subjects: 10.
Number of credits per specialization: 40.
Number of credits related to the thesis: 15.

Our Faculty offers specific educational objectives: Graduates from Wood Science Engineering create engineering structures (furniture, windows, doors, other wooden products) by utilizing and designing wood or wood based materials. They are expected to construct and organize the investments of mechanically, structurally and technologically complex structures respecting the nature and human environment. This study program enables the graduate to assume and active role in future technical developments, and to further his or her education by entering a MSc. programme.

The Timber Industry Engineer training is a practical training, 40% theory and 60% practice.