Complex Mechanisation and Computer Design in Machine Building - CMCDMB

Training in the course of studies in Complex Mechanisation and Computer Design in Machine Building is offered in two educational and qualification degrees: Bachelor's and Master's.
The machine engineer with a Bachelor's degree is qualified to perform activities in the area of exploration, constructing, technology, production, assembly, exploitation, maintenance, etc. for machine building, mining, and processing companies, plants, and centres, as well as for organisations with design, constructing, and scientific and research activities. Students in this degree acquire fundamental knowledge in how to apply the respective software in the design of machines and facilities and how to employ computer methods in the analysis and optimisation of units and components. Graduates can take leading positions in companies and organisations like the above, as well as in the state administration, in departments of prospecting and marketing, in financial and insurance institutions, and others.

Training in the Master's degree is offered in two courses of studies:
- Mechanisation in the Mining and Processing of Minerals;
- Mechanisation for the Processing of Minerals.
In this degree, holders of a Bachelor's degree expand their engineering knowledge in the following fields: hydro- and pneumo-automatic equipment; dynamics of machines and facilities; fundamentals of manipulator robotised equipment. They further broaden their expertise in computer design, in the use of computer methods in engineering, in computer simulation investigation of machines and facilities, etc. The graduates of the Master's educational and qualification degree can perform practical and responsible activities in the areas of exploration, construction, design, manufacturing, exploitation of mine engineering equipment, or deal with educational and research activities that are connected with the existing mine engineering equipment or with the creation of new equipment. They can also operate as managers in machine building and mining enterprises and associations, as experts in software companies, as consultants for insurance institutions, or as expert specialists in the state administration.