Competences to be obtained in the masters’ course:

  • career-related theoretical and practical skills and their application in laboratory work and design.
  • systematic understanding and competence concerning materials, technology and products
  • management skills and the ability to promote successful teamwork
  • user-level knowledge concerning computer-based communication and analysis
  • a basic understanding of issues of environment protection, quality management, consumer protection, manufacturer responsibilities, occupational safety and health, technical, economic, legal requirements, and ethics.
  • acquaintance with the general analysis and problem-solving techniques required for scientific research.
  • Graduates of the master course are capable of:
  • the practical application of their skills to understand principles and relationships, and using various problem-solving techniques,
  • processing new information, problems and phenomena encountered at the frontiers of their professional experience, understanding and solving emerging problems and generating original ideas,
  • forming correct opinions and fair criticism, decision-making, drawing conclusions,
  • evaluating conditions, analysing risks and, based on these, forming a realistic evaluation, making suggestions, solving complex tasks in the area of wood processing, developing new technologies, organising and controlling production processes.
  • the management of the available technological, economic and human resources in a complex way
  • performing all kinds of engineering tasks related to wood processing and utilisation at a high level of proficiency,
  • self-education and development, extending and expanding their knowledge and skills.