Fundamentals of Industrial Engineering. Basic concepts of industrial engineering for students who lack an undergraduate degree in the discipline, including: Graduate Co-op Work Experience I.
Application of basic acquired knowledge and methods in solving practical problems within the selected area. Students investigate the problem, its structure and complexity, and based on conducted analysis, they draw conclusions on the possible modes of solving.
Researching the literature, students are introduced to the methods for solving similar tasks, and the practice in their solving. Obtaining the knowledge on modes, structure and form of writing a report after the conducted analyses and other activities within the set topic of the final thesis.
By elaborating the final thesis, students acquire experience for writing their theses where it is necessary to describe problems, conducted methods and procedures, as well as results obtained. Enabling students for individual application of the previously obtained knowledge in diverse fields being studied in order to observe the structure of the set problem and approach the systematic analysis to draw conclusions on possible directions of its solving.
By individually using the literature, students expand their knowledge in the selected field and research diverse methods and theses related to similar problems.
By individually researching and solving tasks in the given area, students acquire knowledge on the complexity of the problems in their professional field. By elaborating the Bachelor thesis, students acquire certain experiences that can be applied in practice while solving problems in their professional field.
By preparing the results for public defence, in the public defence and on answering questions and comments presented by the committee, students acquire necessary experience on the manners of practically presenting results of an individual or team work.
Formed for each student in particular, in accordance with the demands and the area enclosed within the set task of the final thesis. The student, in agreement with the mentor, completes the final thesis in the written form in accordance with the regulations of the Faculty of Technical Sciences.
The student prepares and defends the written final thesis in public, in agreement with the mentor and in accordance with the prescribed standards. Student researches the professional literature, specialization and final thesis dealing with the same topic, performs analyses in order to find the solution to the concrete task defined in the task of the final thesis.
The mentor of the final thesis sets the task of the final thesis and presents it to the student. Student is obliged to elaborate the final thesis within the set task defined in the task of the Bachelor thesis.
During the elaboration of the final thesis, mentor can provide additional instructions to the student, direct to certain literature and additionally direct in order to have a more qualitative final thesis. Within the theoretical part of the final thesis, student has consultations with the mentor, and if needed, with other teachers dealing with the topics related to the topic of the Bachelor thesis.
Within the set topic, if needed, student can conduct certain measuring, researching, counting, surveying and the like, if it is predicted by the final thesis task.
Student completes the final thesis and on obtaining the agreement of the committee for evaluation and defence, provides bounded copies to the committee. The defence of the Bachelor thesis is public, and the student has the obligation, after the presentation, to orally answer the asked questions and remarks.Economic and environmental sustainability of using bio-fuels for heating small Nebraska greenhouses () by David Mabie Use of passive samplers to evaluate pharmaceutical fate in surface waters () by Brown, DelShawn L.
Students pursing an M.S. without a thesis must complete at least 30 semester hours beyond the bachelor degree. A minimum of 21 credits must be at the level or above, and at least 12 credits must be satisfied through courses in the student’s technical division.
Mechanical Engineering. Mechanical engineering is concerned with the design, development, manufacture, and operation of a wide variety of energy conversion and machine systems. The IChemE Australasian Design Prize goes to Monash engineering students for their well-researched project Darwin MEG Plant!
It was a big night for the Chemical Engineering department at this year's #Chemeca conference awards in NZ with Senior Lecturer Dr Akshat Tankale also being recognised for exceptional course development and teaching of chemical engineering receiving the Caltex Award.
With degrees in environmental law and geology, he has a keen appreciation for a well-orchestrated, thorough program. Nick has successfully managed numerous geological evaluations for many large clients, including Maine Yankee and the ME DEP.
M.S. in Environmental Engineering - Thesis Option (Plan A) This summary is intended to assist students in planning their program of study and presents commonly needed information in this regard.
General University degree requirements are fully enumerated in .