Learning outcome

The general objective of the international master programme in RAMS is to give the students knowledge and skills to develop, operate and maintain safe, reliable and maintenance friendly systems.

Knowledge

By completing the master programme RAMS it is expected that the student shall:

  • Possess deep disciplinary knowledge within the areas of safety, reliability and maintenance
  • Know about, and be able to use the theories and methods that forms the basis for these areas
  • Know the research frontier in the area for which the candidate write his master thesis

Skills

By completing the master programme RAMS it is expected that the student shall:

  • In an independent manner be able to utilize the achieved knowledge, theories and methods to find overall solutions on safety, reliability and maintainability challenges for industrial applications and public administration
  • In an independent and critical manner be able to judge models, methods, analysis tools, calculations and solutions, and choose among alternative solutions and concepts
  • Be able to treat complex disciplinary questions and challenge establish knowledge and practise within the RAMS area
  • Conduct an independent research or development project under supervision

General competence

By completing the master programme RAMS it is expected that the student shall:

  • Be able to explain the impact of the field in a holistic social perspective, and be able to judge ethical problems arising in the RAMS area
  • Be able to communicate research and development work through recognized national and international channels
  • Be able to identify the need for further/new research and innovation within the RAMS area
  • Be able to communicate disciplinary challenges and solutions to specialists and the public
  • Be able to lead and motivate colleagues and contribute to interdisciplinary cooperation