Industrial Master School for Mechanical Engineering (1 year with final examination)

The industrial master education for people with completed, subject-relevant vocational education constitutes an expansion of expertise as mid-level technical executives in respective sectors of the economy, industry and trade.

After completion of the industrial master school, the possibilty of attending a subject-relevant advanced course with an additional training course is offered. Furthermore, the enrollment for teacher training for practical vocational school education or for technical and commercial subject teaching at a higher technical college is possible afterwards.

Requirement:
 Minimum age 18 years; completed, subject-relevant vocational education (final apprenticeship examination) or subject-relevant VET school.

Explanatory note:
 Final examination. Respective entitlement according to trade regulation act. Master schools equip people with completed vocational education with knowledge and skills that are required for the access to a trade or liberal profession in terms of § 59 par. 1 Z 1 lit. a (commercial master schools) and lit. c (arts-and-crafts master schools) and according to § 2 of the School Organization Act.


SUBJECT TIMETABLE OF INDUSTRIAL MASTER SCHOOL FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - 1 year

Compulsory subjects

Weekly lessons per year

Religious Education

80

Communication and Correspondence

40

Economics and Law

40

Leadership of Employees and Training

40

Applied Mathematics

120

Natural Science Basics

40

Applied Informatics

40

Mechanics

80

Production Engineering

120

Machine Elements

60

Technical Drawing

60

Electrical and Control Engineering

60

Project Studies

20

School-autonomous compulsory subjects

 

English

80

Communication and Correspondence

40

Metrology

40

Metal construction

40

Welding Engineering

40

Machine Technology

40

Hydraulics and Pneumatics

80

Control and Feedback Control Systems

80

Operating Technology

40

Environmental Engineering and Management

40

Quality Management

40

Computer Aided Design

40

Computer Aided Manufacturing

80

Safety Engineering

40

Total

1160

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