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Faculty of Energy and Fuels

ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Undertaking studies in the field of Energy and Environmental Engineering conducted jointly by two universities of AGH University of Science and Technology, and Shibaura Institute of Technology guarantees to gain knowledge, skills, and competencies, which are consistent with the assumed learning outcomes, and take into account contemporary socio-economic needs. A student completing a graduate course (level 7 of the PRK) in the field of Energy and Environmental Engineering is fully aware of the role of energy engineering and its impact on the environment as well as the socio-economic development of the country. Energy and Environmental Engineering studies prepare graduates for work in all branches of the energy-related sectors as well as research and development. The main feature of the joint studies is the orientation and specialization towards the design and optimization of modern energy systems, the designing, and manufacturing techniques of contemporary energy materials, considering environmental protection hat distinguishes the course is the focus on the global aspects of energy conversion, including the preparation of graduates to work in international teams to face global challenges of energy and environment. Satisfying the above skills, knowledge, and social competences is a coherent connection of socio-economic needs with the learning outcomes assumed in the field of Energy and Environmental Engineering.

Mentor of the field of study: prof. dr hab. inż. Janusz Szmyd

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 Study programme determined by Resolution No. 60/2021 of the AGH UST Senate of 26 May 2021

Summer semester, 2022/2023

Subject Number of hours ECTS points Form of verification
Mathematical modeling
Lecture: 30
Auditorium classes: 30
4.0 Exam O
Modern Solid State Physics
Lecture: 20
Project classes: 10
4.0 Exam O
Technical Thermodynamics
Lecture: 20
Laboratory classes: 15
Conversation seminar: 15
4.0 Exam O
General and Sustainable Chemistry
Lecture: 20
Project classes: 10
4.0 Exam O
How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper at International Journal
Lecture: 30
Project classes: 20
4.0 Assessment O
Research Guidance 1
Laboratory classes: 30
Conversation seminar: 30
Workshop classes: 45
6.0 Assessment O
Elective subjects — spring
Total number of contact hours: 50
4.0 W
  • O - Obligatory
  • W - Elective

Winter semester, 2023/2024

Subject Number of hours ECTS points Form of verification
Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer
Lecture: 20
Laboratory classes: 15
Conversation seminar: 15
4.0 Exam O
Advanced Numerical Methods
Lecture: 20
Laboratory classes: 12
Workshop classes: 18
4.0 Exam O
Advanced Project Based Learning 1
Lecture: 20
Project classes: 15
Conversation seminar: 10
4.0 Assessment O
Polish History and Culture
Conversation seminar: 15
Fieldwork: 45
Workshop classes: 15
4.0 Assessment O
Research Guidance 2
Laboratory classes: 30
Conversation seminar: 30
Workshop classes: 45
6.0 Assessment O
Diploma Seminar 1
Seminars: 30
Workshop classes: 30
4.0 Assessment O
Elective subjects — fall
Total number of contact hours: 50
4.0 W
Elective subjects — fall
Total number of contact hours: 67
- W
  • O - Obligatory
  • W - Elective

Summer semester, 2023/2024

Subject Number of hours ECTS points Form of verification
Advanced Project Based Learning 2
Lecture: 1
Project classes: 15
Conversation seminar: 10
Fieldwork: 2
Workshop classes: 2
4.0 Assessment O
Japanese History and Culture
Lecture: 30
Fieldwork: 45
4.0 Assessment O
Research Guidance 3
Laboratory classes: 30
Conversation seminar: 30
Workshop classes: 45
6.0 Assessment O
Students' Conference
Conversation seminar: 30
Workshop classes: 30
4.0 Assessment O
Elective subjects — spring
Total number of contact hours: 100
8.0 W
Elective subjects — spring
Total number of contact hours: 67
4.0 W
  • O - Obligatory
  • W - Elective

Winter semester, 2024/2025

Subject Number of hours ECTS points Form of verification
Diploma Thesis
Diploma Thesis: 0
20.0 Assessment O
Diploma Seminar 2
Seminars: 30
Workshop classes: 30
4.0 Assessment O
Research Guidance 4
Laboratory classes: 30
Conversation seminar: 30
Workshop classes: 45
6.0 Assessment O
  • O - Obligatory
  • W - Elective