Besides a core curriculum (33 credits) and a final specialization (30 credits), students complete their technical training by selecting courses (a minimum of 34 credits) among the following:
- Dynamics, robotic and biomechanics
- Design, manufacturing and mechanics of materials
- Nuclear engineering
and the module of a multidisciplinary class of your choice.
In the spirit of openness, students can complete their program (a maximum of 20 credits) through multidisciplinary coursework. This includes an internship, completing a language programme, a choice of general knowledge classes or classes in human sciences. This is possible thanks to the flexibility that characterises this master’s programme in civil and mechanical engineering. Based on their course choices, students will eventually select one or two majors.
The graduation (or end of studies) project is normally carried out at the end of the programme (second year). Depending on the students’ programme, he/she may take the courses in the first or second-year if the course prerequisites allow it. This may be particularly useful for those students who pursue a portion of their studies outside of UCLouvain as part of an exchange programme.
These types of programmes will be submitted for approval by the Programme Commission of the Master’s degree in question.
For a programme-type, and regardless of the focus, options/or elective courses selected, this master will carry a minimum of 120 credits divided over two annual units, corresponding to 60 credits each.