The curriculum is composed of basic module (24 ECTS), seminar module (12 ECTS), specialisation module (24 ECTS), narrow field module (24 ECTS), optional subjects (6 ECTS) and the master's thesis (30 ECTS).
The full description of curricula and courses is available on University of Tartu Study Info System.
The goal of the module are to expand the professional skills of a roboticist, computer technician or space technologist in the mechanisms of action of high-tech systems, and to provide knowledge for understanding the need for user-centered system development. After successful completion of the module the student:
The module is obligatory to complete the curriculum. The courses of the module:
The module aims to provide knowledge about teamwork and presenting to public, and give an opportunity to practice the obtained skills. The student:
The module is obligatory to complete the curriculum. The module consists of master's seminar (6 ECTS), work practice (6 ECTS) and teaching practice (6 ECTS). It is possible to choose between work and teaching practice.
Students can choose between three modules: robotics, computer engineering and space technology.
The module aims to provide in-depth knowledge for specialising in the field of robotics. The student:
The module is obligatory to complete the robotics speciality. The courses in the module:
The module aims to provide in-depth knowledge for specialicing in the field of computer engineering. The student:
The module is obligatory to complete the computer engineering speciality. The courses in the module:
The "Computer Technology“ course is obligatory to pass the module, rest of subjects are optional.
The module aims to provide in-depth knowledge for specialising in the field of space technology. The student:
The module is obligatory for space technology speciality. The courses in the module:
It is obligatory to select one of the narrow field modules.
The module aims to give students work experience in their research group or work group, or at enterprise. The aim is to provide skills to work in positions of engineers in their chosen field. The student:
The courses in the module:
The module aims to give students basic knowledge of economics and business management. The student:
Obligatory subjects to pass the module are Quality Management I, Quality Management II 3 and Basic of Patents. Other courses in the module can be chosen freely.
The module aims to give students knowledge of financial management and marketing. The student:
The module is one of the three optional modules. The courses in the module:
The subjects in the module are freely selectable.
The module aims to encourage students to gain experience at foreign universities, companies and/or research groups. The module is an elective one, and can replace any narrow field or specialisation modules.
Students are free to choose courses from the university or other Estonian universities.
The aim of the module is to provide an opportunity for professional application-oriented research and development work, and to demonstrate that the professional skills described in learning outcomes have been acquired. The student:
Students can choose from a variety of topics, e.g.: