Master's studies

​​Mechanics and Maritime Sciences offers five master's programs for those who already have undergraduate education with at least 180 higher education credits.

Automotive Engineering
The aim of the Automotive Engineering programme is to provide students with a system perspective of automotive vehicles and depth within three focus areas: powertrain, vehicle dynamics and safety. Read more about Automotice Projects here. 
Director of Master's Programme: Jonas Sjöblom

Applied Mechanics
The aim of this programme is to provide an internationally competitive education and prepare students for a professional career in any area of engineering and development. This requires an advanced knowledge of modelling, computational and experimental issues in applied mechanics.
Director of Master's Programme: Magnus Ekh

Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering
The Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering program is aimed at students interested in marine environments such as ships and offshore installations. The program gives a holistic perspective on these constructions. Flammability, stability, wave loads, structural strength, resistance, propulsion and machine systems are key areas of the program.
Director of Master's Programme: Per Hogström
 
Nordic Master in Maritime Engineering
Nordic Master in Maritime Engineering is a collaboration with four other universities in the Nordic region. After completing the degree, you can work as a shipbuilder or engineer at, for example, consulting company, shipping company, shipping authority or specialized equipment suppliers. Read more about the programmes Marine Design Projects here.
Director of Master's Programme: Per Hogström​

Maritime Management
Maritime Management provides land-based personnel in the shipping industry with the opportunity to further train into next-generation leaders in ship management, strategic management and / or enable them to participate in postgraduate and research projects.
Director of Master's Programme: Olle Lindmark​

Published: Fri 28 Apr 2017. Modified: Tue 18 Sep 2018