The degrees lead to a university of applied sciences Bachelor’s degree in Engineering allowing graduates to use the title Engineer (UAS). The studies are worth 240 credits and take approx.4 years to complete.
The general objective of the degrees is:
1)to provide basic knowledge of the principles of operation and structures of the devices, systems and methods used within the field of each major subject (specialisation) of the degrees as well as of design, implementation and maintenance processes.
2)To develop the ability to apply knowledge acquired through the studies so that graduates are able to work independently, with initiative and cooperatively after a short period of work experience in the field of engineering.
3)To provide basic knowledge and proficiency in production economics, human resource, international cooperation and environmental protection issues required in marketing, administration and management posts.
4)To provide the abilities required to continue with further education.
The engineering degree provides students with competence needed in engineering operation and maintenance planning, management and expert positions, as well as entrepreneurship. The degree should also create an overall vision of technology based on which it is possible to make decisions and work responsibly taking into account economy, labour, environmental protection, the sustainable use of energy, as well as the requirements of society.
All the engineering degrees include differentiated instruction for first year students in mathematics, physics and English based on previous academic achievement. These courses review the theory of the mathematical tools needed in studying engineering and include practical physics and mathematics exercises. The English course provides students with the ability to read and follow engineering literature etc.
Special training provided by the army is accepted for accreditation where applicable in free-choice studies.
The degree focuses specifically on building production, renovating and long-term facility maintenance planning. The joint professional studies provide comprehensive basic competence in different areas of construction engineering. In the specialised studies the students deepen their expertise in production engineering, facility management and wood construction.
1ST yr. Engineering orientation
The students recognise and understand the fundamental factors of building production and facility management and acquire the information and skills to become proficient in these areas.
2nd yr. In-depth knowledge
The students learn to apply technical economic thinking to real buildings and develop their communication and teamwork skills.
3rd yr. Specialisation
The students acquire specialised competence in a specific area and learn to apply previously acquired
knowledge in practice.
4th yr. Finalising expertise
Students deepen and apply an independent, responsible and multidisciplinary approach to a practical problem and acquire experience in management and work requiring special expertise.
Koulutuksien yleisenä tavoitteena on:
1) antaa perustiedot kyseessä olevan suuntautumisvaihtoehdon mukaisella alalla käytettävien laitteiden, järjestelmien ja menetelmien toimintaperiaatteista ja rakenteista sekä suunnittelun, toteutuksen ja kunnossa-pidon menetelmistä.
2) kehittää taitoa soveltaa opintoja siten, että henkilö pystyy lyhyen työkokemuksen jälkeen itsenäisesti, oma-aloitteisesti ja yhteistyökykyisesti hoitamaan alan tehtäviä.
3) antaa markkinointi-, hallinto- ja johtotehtäviin tarvittavat tuotantotalouden, henkilöstöasiain, kansain-välisen yhteistyön ja ympäristönsuojelun perustiedot.
4) luoda edellytykset alan jatko- ja täydennyskoulutukseen osallistumiselle.
Opiskelijat saavat koulutuksissa valmiudet alan käyttö- ja ylläpitosuunnittelu-, johtamis- ja asian-tuntijatehtäviin sekä yrittäjyyteen. Koulutuksen tulee lisäksi luoda teknillinen kokonaisnäkemys, jonka pohjalta insinööri osaa tehdä päätöksiä ja ottaa vastuuta taloudellisuuden, työvoiman, ympäristönsuojelun, energian taloudellisen käytön sekä yhteiskunnan vaatimukset huomioon ottaen.
-is able to evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning methods
-is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
-is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
-is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
-is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
-is able to take other people into account
-is able to apply the principles of equality
-is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
-is able to wield influence in society using acquired skills and basing all activity on ethical values
WORKING COMMUNITY COMPETENCE
-is able to operate as a member of a work community
-is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
-is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
-knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
-is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
-is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for managerial tasks
-possesses entrepreneurial skills
-is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
-is able to work in projects
-is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
-is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
-possesses communicative competence necessary for one’s work and for professional development in the subject field
-is able to collaborate in a multicultural environment
-understands the effects of and opportunities for internationalization development in one’s own field
Environmental responsibility and building life-cycle competence
•Proficiency in life cycle technology
•Proficiency in building product and production environmental impact management
•Proficiency in Life-time measuring
•Property maintenance and operational (wear) economy management
Structural design competence
•Proficiency in house and environmental structural design in terms of various materials
•Proficiency in controlling the static action of structures
•Proficiency in controlling physical-chemical construction phenomena and in taking them into account in planning
•Understands the impact of other design disciplines (ARK,GEO, building technology)
Construction process competence
•Building and contracted building, contract work and leadership of house and environmental structure construction
•Identifying customer needs and taking them into account
•Production control management
•Assessing the impacts of heating, plumbing, air-conditioning, electrical and automation technologies
•Improving quality and safety management in construction
Leadership and management competence
•Proficiency in management systems
•Occupational safety and well-being management
•Knowledge of employment contracts
Advanced competence in renovation
•Proficiency in renovation processes and technologies
•Understands the use value of buildings, their historic value and the aesthetic values of different eras
•Understands building conservation opportunities
•Is aware of building materials, structures and construction methods used in different eras
•Understands factors affecting the condition of the building and assessing whether it is fit to use and various building component and structural repair methods
Facility management competence
•Understands facility maintenance as a systematic process linked to the complete life cycle of the property.