Course - Project Assignment Operation and Maintenance - MAST2004
MAST2004 - Project Assignment Operation and Maintenance
Examination arrangement: Group Assignment
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The subject of the project has to be relevant to the studies "Operatiion and maintenance".
After completing the course, the candidate shall have the following total learning outcomes:
The candidates will learn to immerse themselves in a specific topic in the field of operational and maintenance technology.
The specialization includes to gain knowledge through contact with the industry, literature studies and other sources, so as to combine this with own knowledge.
The candidate shall be able to organize and complete a project work with the preparation of a project plan, systematic processing of academic information and writing a project report according to the program's project manual.
The course will help the candidates to become:
- Good at acquiring new knowledge
- Independent and good at organizing own workday
- Good at working well in teams
- Good at oral communication
- Good at presenting clearly to different target groups
- Good writing skills
- Good at presenting complex issues in a clear way
- Good for finding and compiling information from various sources
- Good at defining relevant and good issues
- Good at seeing connections and thinking overall Development-oriented
- Good for assessing the consequences of different strategies for problem solving
Learning methods and activities
Team based project work with guidance by NTNU supervisor, min 2, max 3 students pr team. The project team itself is to propose the subject together with a detailed description in a pre-project. The report of the pre-project has to be accepted by supervisor in order to continue work with the project assignment. The accepted pre-project is to be considered as assignment's objectives and scope of work for further evaluation of the final report. It is expected that students are pro-active and use their basic knowledge to acquire new insights and build their professional competence. Students have to take initiative them selves to establish collaboration with industrial partner. Otherwise the course responsible may suggest an internal project at NTNU. Industrial partner shall be approved by course responsible/supervisor at NTNU. Students are advised to organize project groups, provide a project assignment subject and cooperation agreement with a company during the autumn semester before MAST2004 is to commence.
- Pre-project report
- Monthly status report
Further on evaluation
The project group must submit a pre-project report that must be approved in order to start and complete the project assignment. The project group must submit a monthly status report to the supervisor. The project group must submit a project report which forms the basis for the grade in the course. The project report must be presented to the course coordinator and fellow students within one week after submission.
Compulsory activities from previous semester may be approved by the department.
Admission to a programme of study is required:
Mechanical Engineering (BIMASKIN)
Recommended previous knowledge
Course MAST2006 Introduction to operation and maintenace.
Required previous knowledge
Restricted access to this course. Access to this subject require access to Bachelor studies, mechanical engineering, NTNU.
- Viko - https://www.ntnu.no/viko/
- Course material used in MAST2006/MAST2003/MAST2012
- Book - Den gode oppgaven - håndbok i oppgaveskriving på universitet og høyskole by Rienecker / Jørgensen.
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Intermediate course, level II
Term no.: 1
Teaching semester: SPRING 2022
Language of instruction: Norwegian
- Operations and Maintenance Management
Department with academic responsibility
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Examination arrangement: Group Assignment
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For more information regarding registration for examination and examination procedures, see "Innsida - Exams"