Department of Energy and Process Engineering

Choosing specialization course and project

As a student, you yourself are responsible for registering the given course code at Studentweb.

Specialization courses and projects will have these standardized titles and course codes:

  • TET45XX/TEP45XX Title of the program option – Specialization Project
  • TET45XX/TEP45XX Title of the program option – Specialization Course

The code TET refers to the Department of Electric Power Engineering, and the code TEP refers to the Department of Energy and Process Engineering.

You should sign up for the specialization in which your main supervisor belongs.

Contact the Department office if you have any questions regarding signing up for courses. 

The course codes at the Department of Energy and Process Engineering:

To find more information about each course, see NTNU's course search.

 
Code Title
TEP4535 Energy and Indoor Environment, Specialization Course
TEP4530 Energy and Indoor Environment, Specialization Project
TEP4565 Energy Use and Energy Planning - Heat Energy, Specialization Course
TEP4560 Energy Use and Energy Planning - Heat Energy, Specialization Project
TEP4545 Engineering Fluid Mechanics, Specialization Course
TEP4540 Engineering Fluid Mechanics, Specialization Project
TEP4555 Heat and Energy Processes, Specialization Course
TEP4550 Heat and Energy Processes, Specialization Project
TEP4525 Industrial Process Technology, Specialization Course
TEP4520 Industrial Process Technology, Specialization Project
TEP4515 Thermal Energy, Specialization Course
TEP4510 Thermal Energy, Specialization Project
TEP5100  Industrial Ecology, Project

Information about choosing "themes" for the specialization course:

The specialization course is designed so that the content of the course consists of "themes" offered by the department.
 
At the Department of Energy and Process Engineering the students can choose either 2 themes of 3.75 credits or 1 theme of 7.5 credits. The themes are not formal and independent subjects. These should not be selected on studweb. We have created a web-based system for this in the same way as for the selection of the projects.
 
 
The chosen theme should be discussed with the project supervisor to ensure that the selected theme is relevant for writing the project work. At least one of the themes must be from the Department of Energy and Process Engineering. If there is to be selected themes from other departments it must be recommended by a supervisor on a professional basis in relation to the project.
 
It is also important that the chosen themes has the same exam forms (ie you can not choose one theme with an oral exam, and one with a written exam) in order to avoid problems in the event of an appeal.
Wed, 23 Aug 2017 09:27:05 +0200