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FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE






STUDY COURSES



Study Course
-

ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING

First degree undergraduate (BArch, 7 semesters) full
-
time and part
-
time courses with a possibility of
completing second degree courses (MArch, 3 semesters).

The stu
dy programme includes comprehensive interdisciplinary knowledge in the fields of history and
theory of urban planning, architecture and fine arts, sociology, civil engineering, building construction,
physics of buildings and urban infrastructure. On comple
tion of the course, graduates will acquire
interdisciplinary knowledge not only in technical sciences and humanities but will also develop creative
skills in space planning. They will be well prepared to design architectural structures of diverse functions
,
make urban design and space planning projects.




Study Course


INTERIOR DESIGN

First degree undergraduate (BArch, 7 semesters) full
-
time and part
-
time courses

with a possibility of
completing second degree courses (MArch, 4 semesters).

The course progr
amme provides thorough interdisciplinary knowledge in the fields of history and theory
of interior design and fine arts, ergonomics, lighting, theory of colours as well as basic engineering know
-
how and skills. Interior Design graduates will have the knowl
edge and skills that will enable them to
design multi
-
functional interiors like those of homes, sacred buildings or public utilities. They will also be
able to design exhibition stands, furniture, works of applied art, interior sculpture and artistic light
ing.
They will be prepared to carry out their design work in teams as well as individually.




Study Course
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GRAPHIC ARTS

First degree undergraduate (BA, 6 semesters) full
-
time and part
-
time courses.

Specialization:
Graphic Design

This course provides a c
omprehensive study of plastic arts and development of technical skills in graphic
design. Graduates of the course will possess all the necessary knowledge and technical skills in graphic
arts and other related disciplines which will enable them to work cre
atively using both traditional and
modern ways of artistic communication including multimedia techniques. They may find employment in
culture institutions, publishing houses, advertising agencies or graphic design studi









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FIELD OF STUDY:
ARCHITECTUR
E AND URBAN PLANNING


FIRST DEGREE COURSE











SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Architectural Design Module I

AiU.AD1.EN

12

W
inter

Subject description:

The theoretical aim is to familiarize students with the main problems related
to architectural design
of residential buildings including spatial, social (human), technical
(engineering) and infrastructural aspects. The practical objective is to exercise the execution of
architectural conceptual drawings of a complex residential building: one
-
family house.

Skills:

* experience in the analyses and assessment of residential housing;

* skills for preparation of an architectural program for various types of housing;

* skills and experience for producing conceptual architectural designs of one
-
family houses;

*
basic research abilities related to the field of human inhabitation assessment.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3






SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Computer Techniques in Design Module I

AiU.CAD1.EN

5

W
inter

Subject description:

This intensive course prepares the
student with the knowledge, skills, and
abilities necessary for creating 2D drawings and 3D solid modeling, view manipulation of 3D
models, and rendering of the abstract composition. The exploration of the composition shall be
done directly with use of com
puter. Computer shall be treated as a design partner, when the
search should be concentrated on the new imaginatory and composition possibilities.

The framework course program includes c
reation of simple architectural objects by CAAD software
using. Elabor
ation of 2D technical

drawing.

Skills:

Students will have knowledge of using of CAD software in architectural design.

They learn basic AutoCAD commands, which allow him to draw the plans, sections and facades.

Minimum number of students

needed for a grou
p class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Visual Arts I

AiU.FA1.EN

5

W
inter

Subject description:

The main objective is to learn freehand drawing as the language of visual
communication in space. The working objective is to acquire freehand drawi
ng skills that include
aesthetic problem solving related to the issues of displaying building interiors and urban
SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Urban Design Module I

AiU.UD1.EN

8

W
inter

Subject description:

The ob
jective of the course is to initiate student's education on urban design
and to teach a student to interplay with urban fabric, with stress on the following main aspects: (1)
to interpret basic elements of urban fabric; (2) to assess cultural, spatial and
infrastructural values
of basic urban elements in a town; (3) to recognize, assess, compare and study basic urban
problems in a city, including traffic parameters.

Skills:

Basic
study skills
related to the recognition, assessment, understanding and descri
bing urban
fabric, including the following elements: spaces (streets, squares), borders (frontages
-
facades),
greenery, infrastructure. Traffic parameters and urban landscape (urban silhouettes) should be
assessed properly. Basic
design skills
and experienc
e in preparing conceptual urban designs.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3

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architecture and space.

The supplementary aim is to familiarize a student with basic techniques of artistic painting (poster
paint, watercolou
r, pastel drawing), and the development of student's individual aesthetic
perception, with the focus on colour perception. The method is to explore the colour compositions
through the sequences of brightening colours and monochrome sets and compositions; e
xploring
colour contrasts and compositional forms.

Skills:

A student should be able to recognize and utilise the following aspects of freehand drawing:

∙ a study of a building interior;

∙ a study of a scenery;

∙ aesthetic problem solving;

∙ implementation

of lines, surfaces and light;

∙ freehand drawing of a perspective.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Architectural Design Module II

AiU.AD2.EN

12

S
ummer

Subject description:

The theoretical a
im is to familiarize students with the main problems related
to architectural design of residential buildings including spatial, social (human), technical
(engineering) and infrastructural aspects. The practical objective is to exercise the execution of
ar
chitectural conceptual drawings of a complex residential building: multi
-
family building.

Skills:

*
experience in the analyses and assessment of residential housing;

*
skills for preparation of an architectural program for various types of housing;

*
basic
skills of conceptual, functional, spatial and structural design of multi
-
family residential
buildings;

* basic research abilities related to the field of human inhabitation assessment.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SU
BJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Urban Design Module II

AiU.UD2.EN

8

S
ummer

Subject description:

The objective of the course is to initiate student's education on urban design
and to teach a student to interplay with urban fabric, with stress on the following ma
in aspects: (1)
to interprete basic elements of urban fabric; (2) to assess cultural, spatial and infrastructural values
of basic urban elements in a town; (3) to recognize, assess, compare and study basic urban
problems in a city, including traffic parame
ters and demographic issues.

Skills:

Basic
study skills
related to the recognition, assessment, understanding and describing urban
fabric, including the following elements: spaces (streets, squares), borders (frontages
-
facades),
greenery, infrastructure.
Traffic parameters and urban landscape (urban silhouettes) should be
assessed properly. Basic
design skills
and experience in preparing conceptual urban designs.
Advanced aesthetic sensibility and
interpretation skills
on the field of cultural values in th
e urban
landscape.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Computer Techniques in Design Module II

AiU.CAD2.EN

5

S
ummer

Subject description:

This intensive course prepares the student with the knowl
edge, skills, and
abilities necessary for creating 2D drawings and 3D solid modeling, view manipulation of 3D
models, and rendering of the abstract composition. The exploration of the composition shall be
done directly with use of computer. Computer shall
be treated as a design partner, when the
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search should be concentrated on the new imaginatory and composition possibilities.
The
framework course program includes

exploration of the architectural composition in the digital
space (Bas relief, Solid form, Wa
lking through the space).

Skills:

Students will have knowledge of using of CAD software in architectural design.

Basic knowledge about methods of spatial modeling and animation.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Visual Arts II

AiU.FA2.EN

5

S
ummer

Subject description:

The main objective is to learn freehand drawing as the language of visual
communication in space. The working objective is to acquire freehand drawing skills that include
aestheti
c problem solving related to the issues of displaying building interiors and urban
architecture and space.

The supplementary aim is to familiarize a student with basic techniques of
artistic painting (poster paint, watercolour, pastel drawing), and the dev
elopment of student's
individual aesthetic perception, with the focus on colour perception. The method is to explore the
colour compositions through the sequences of brightening colours and monochrome sets and
compositions; exploring colour contrasts and c
ompositional forms.

Skills:

A student should be able to recognize and utilise the following aspects of freehand drawing:

∙ a study of a building interior;

∙ a study of a scenery;

∙ aesthetic problem solving;

∙ implementation of lines, surfaces and light;

∙ freehand drawing of a perspective.

A student should be also able to utilise proper techniques of painting, and properly recognise the
dependencies between composition forms and colours. He/she should get the ability to observe,
to interprete and to be in
spired by his/her visual environment.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3



ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING


SECOND DEGREE COURSE


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Architectural Design Module III

AiU.AD3.EN

8

W
inter

Subject des
cription:

The course objective is to teach the principles of ergonomics and the art of
architecture, the practical application of the building crafts and methodology of architectural
design, whilst deriving aesthetic value of architectural forms from their

spatial and cultural
contexts.

Ideological, spatial and structural shaping of public utility build
ings with a simple function
for
a small group of occupants, located in a non
-
urban environment of high nature values, in its
form referred to the tradition o
f the architecture of local cultures typical of the place it is built in.

Skills:

Advanced
study and design skills
related to the recognition, assessment, understanding and
describing architectural space in its spatial and cultural (semantical) context, i
ncluding the respect
for multi
--
cultural and multi
-
ethnic phemonena that create the identity of a place and its
inhabitants/users. Abilities and skills for producing final architectural drawings which show the
essence of aesthetical idea.

Minimum number o
f students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Urban Design Module III

AiU.UD3.EN

12

W
inter

Subject description:

The objective of the course is NOT the utmost completing student's education
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on urban design and planning, as

international students may have various level of preparation and
training in urban design, and their homeland countries may have different juridical systems related
to urban planning concepts. Instead, the course objective is to practice interactive inter
play with
urban fabric as complex but flexible medium, and to learn to understand urban processes with the
special focus on assessment of cultural heritage and architectural values in urban space.

Skills:

Basic
research skills
related to the recognition,
assessment, understanding and describing
urban fabric. Intermediate
design skills
and experience in preparing conceptual urban designs.
Advanced aesthetic sensibility and
interpretation skills
on the field of cultural values in the urban
landscape.

Minimu
m number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Computer Techniques in Design Module I

AiU.CAD1.EN

5

W
inter

Subject description:

This intensive course prepares the student with the knowledge, skills, and
abilities

necessary for creating 2D drawings and 3D solid modeling, view manipulation of 3D
models, and rendering of the abstract composition. The exploration of the composition shall be
done directly with use of computer. Computer shall be treated as a design part
ner, when the
search should be concentrated on the new imaginatory and composition possibilities.

The framework course program includes c
reation of simple architectural objects by CAAD software
using. Elaboration of 2D technical

drawing.

Skills:

Students
will have knowledge of using of CAD software in architectural design.

They learn basic AutoCAD commands, which allow him to draw the plans, sections and facades.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTE
R

Visual Arts I

AiU.FA1.EN

5

W
inter

Subject description:

The main objective is to learn freehand drawing as the language of visual
communication in space. The working objective is to acquire freehand drawing skills that include
aesthetic problem solving
related to the issues of displaying building interiors and urban
architecture and space.

The supplementary aim is to familiarize a student with basic techniques of
artistic painting (poster paint, watercolour, pastel drawing), and the development of studen
t's
individual aesthetic perception, with the focus on colour perception. The method is to explore the
colour compositions through the sequences of brightening colours and monochrome sets and
compositions; exploring colour contrasts and compositional forms
.

Skills:

A student should be able to recognize and utilise the following aspects of freehand drawing:

∙ a study of a building interior;

∙ a study of a scenery;

∙ aesthetic problem solving;

∙ implementation of lines, surfaces and light;

∙ freehand drawing

of a perspective.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Architectural Design Module IV

AiU.AD4.EN

8

S
ummer

Subject description:

The course objective is to teach the principles of ergonomics and t
he art of
architecture, the practical application of the building crafts and methodology of architectural
design, whilst deriving aesthetic value of architectural forms from their spatial and cultural
contexts.

The architectural design of a public utility,

commercial or commercial and housing
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building located by a river, a pond or a lake, in the meeting point of a natural and structured
environment of high landscape and cultural values, in a non
-
highly urbanized place. Depending on
its location and intensit
y of contextual space it is meant to be a tourist, recreation, commercial and
gastronomic or cultural (acting and musical workshops, pilgrim’s house, etc.) building.

Skills:

Advanced
study and design skills
related to the recognition, assessment, understa
nding and
describing architectural space in its spatial and cultural (semantical) context, including the respect
for multi
--
cultural and multi
-
ethnic phemonena that create the identity of a place and its
inhabitants/users. Abilities and skills for producin
g final architectural drawings which show the
essence of aesthetical idea.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Urban Design Module IV

AiU.UD4.EN

12

S
ummer

Subject description:

The objective of t
he course is NOT the utmost completing student's education
on urban design and planning, as international students may have various level of preparation and
training in urban design, and their homeland countries may have different juridical systems related

to urban planning concepts. Instead, the course objective is to practice interactive interplay with
urban fabric as complex but flexible medium, and to learn to understand urban processes with the
special focus on assessment of cultural heritage and archi
tectural values in urban space.

Skills:

Basic
research skills
related to the recognition, assessment, understanding and describing
urban fabric. Intermediate
design skills
and experience in preparing conceptual urban designs.
Advanced aesthetic sensibilit
y and
interpretation skills
on the field of cultural values in the urban
landscape.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Computer Techniques in Design Module II

AiU.CAD2.EN

5

S
ummer

Subject descr
iption:

T
his intensive course prepares the student with the knowledge, skills, and
abilities necessary for creating 2D drawings and 3D solid modeling, view manipulation of 3D
models, and rendering of the abstract composition. The exploration of the composi
tion shall be
done directly with use of computer. Computer shall be treated as a design partner, when the
search should be concentrated on the new imaginatory and composition possibilities.
The
framework course program includes

exploration of the architect
ural composition in the digital
space (Bas relief, Solid form, Walking through the space).

Skills:

Students will have knowledge of using of CAD software in architectural design.

Basic knowledge about methods of spatial modeling and animation.

Minimum num
ber of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Visual Arts II

AiU.FA2.EN

5

S
ummer

Subject description:

The main objective is to learn freehand drawing as the language of visual communication in space.
The working obje
ctive is to acquire freehand drawing skills that include aesthetic problem solving
related to the issues of displaying building interiors and urban architecture and space.

The supplementary aim is to familiarize a student with basic techniques of artistic
painting (poster
paint, watercolour, pastel drawing), and the development of student's individual aesthetic
perception, with the focus on colour perception. The method is to explore the colour compositions
through the sequences of brightening colours and m
onochrome sets and compositions; exploring
colour contrasts and compositional forms.

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Skills:

A student should be able to recognize and utilise the following aspects of freehand drawing:

∙ a study of a building interior;

∙ a study of a scenery;

∙ aesthetic

problem solving;

∙ implementation of lines, surfaces and light;

∙ freehand drawing of a perspective.

A student should be also able to utilise proper techniques of painting, and properly recognise the
dependencies between composition forms and colours. He/
she should get the ability to observe,
to interprete and to be inspired by his/her visual environment.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3



INTERIOR DESIGN


FIRST DEGREE COURSE


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Interior Design
1

5
-
a AW.5007

5
-
b AW.5008

10

W
inter

Subject description:

To design a commercial space: an office with a focus on customer services
function. Projects include suggested furniture/ appliance arrangements and/or students’ own
design furniture
schemes.
Certai
n emphasis is placed on the design of details.

5
-
a an interior design project of an executive office and a conference room.

5
-
b an interior design project of an entrance area of a commercial/office building.

Skills:

To develop the knowledge and awareness
of ergonomics and creative approaches working
on a particular interior with a specific function and ambience. To develop a design with strong
conceptual basis and attention to visual and functional aspects of the site (building etc.).

Focus in placed on th
e way a user reads and interacts with an interior.
Design at various scales
(small objects versus larger schemes).

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Architectural Design

2
-
a AW.5002

2
-
b AW.5003

8

W
inter

Subject description:

Ideological, structural and spatial development of residential areas. Various
rules and regulations are taken into account, depending on the location of residential
buildings/complexes. Developing residential spaces within t
he context and local architectures.

2 a
-

project of a residential building with a services annex in a city centre

2 b
-

project of a residential building with garage spaces in a suburban area

Skills:

To acquaint with ergonomics, aspects of design and arc
hitecture, the basics of methodology
of architecture.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Graphic Design 1

AW.5072

4

W
inter

Subject description:

Students learn to operate in various modes/techni
ques: contrast of forms,
dynamic versus static, white/black balance, surface.

Specific topics presented in depth, as listed above.

Skills:

To teach students rules of visual communication and presentation through the use of various
techniques. Different me
thods are used to create and combine symbols (logos), images and/or
words (typography) to create a visual representation of ideas and messages.

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Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Product Design

AW.5012

4

W
inter

Subject description:

The theoretical part of the module aims at comparative and contrastive
comparisons between historical and more contemporary styles. The practical part of the module
encourages students to experiment with various style
s and technologies, and focuses on practice
in workshops.

Short design tasks. Small size product design projects.

Skills:

To acquaint students with the spatial and ergonomic relations of spaces and objects placed
within these. To explain and exemplify var
ious basic technologies and materials which can be used
in product design.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Structural Mechanics 1

AW.3053

4

W
inter

Subject description:

Statically and kinemat
ically determinate structures as minimum
-
rigidity
structures, adaptable to the environment. Triangular trusses. Cables. Bar
-
cable systems. Simple
beams. Multi
-
span beams. Curved beams. Frames. Models of supports, joints and loadings. Basic
types of materia
ls: wood, masonry, concrete, metals. Schematic models of real structures. Basic
analysis for preliminary optimal synthesis of continuous, trussed and composite structures. Shape
and cross
-
section optimization. Lightweight structures.

Skills:

Acquiring wor
king knowledge of the basic analysis and prototype topology and form
-
finding
of statically determinate structures irrespective of scale, material, and function. Developing of
structural intuition.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to con
vene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Computer Aided Design 1

AW.3071

4

W
inter

Subject description:

To teach students the basics of creating 3d objects and spaces with the use of
computer programmes.

Project of simple architectonic object.

Skills:

To dev
elop students CAD skills and 3d modelling. The focus is on modelling of solids, objects
and various surfaces. Generating 3d and perspectival views. Basics of rendering and animation.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJ
ECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Visual Arts 1


Freehand Drawing

AW.4111

4

W
inter

Subject description:

Students develop a composition of four elements constituting one unity with
the use of various materials and surfaces/structures. The study focuses on the role
of the surface
and detail in the reading of a piece of work.

Drawing as a means of representation of space.

Skills:

To develop students' free hand drawing skills. Students focus on line weight, shadow and
contrast.

To develop composition skills. Drawing t
echniques vary and include ink and paint
drawings.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Visual Arts 1


Painting

AW.5070

4

W
inter

Subject description:

To expand and develop students' knowledge of

various painting and drawing
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techniques (watercolours, gauche, acrylic paints, tempera). Students develop their understanding
of colours and colour schemes, contrasts and monochromatic schemes.

Still life (in three colours).

Still life (glass).

Still life

in an interior (composition).

Cityscape (Old Town Bialystok).

Skills:

To develop students skills in painting and various basic painting techniques. To encourage

students visual sensitivity and creativity in observing and interpreting their surroundings.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Visual Arts 1


Modeling

AW.4115

4

W
inter

Subject description:

Students develop a composition of four elements constituting one unity with
the use of various
materials and surfaces/structures. The study focuses on the role of the surface
and detail in the reading of a piece of work.

A study of an 'environment' and an 'element in an environment'.

Skills:

To develop students' model making techniques and skills.
Various materials and surfaces are
used depending on the model.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Visual Arts 1


Sculpture

AW.3069

4

W
inter

Subject description:

The issue of solids and object
s/sculptural pieces and their proportions.
Analysis and realistic modelling of a human head. The importance of detail as a scale and defining
element.

To sculpt/model a human head or another agreed upon object.

Skills:

To develop students awareness of pro
portions, spatial relations, space, environment in
various contexts.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Interior Design 2

6
-
a AW.6007

6
-
b AW.6008

10

S
ummer

Subject description:

To design an int
erior with a commercial function (customer services). Projects
include suggested furniture/ appliance arrangements and/or students’ own design furniture
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SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Exhibition Design

AW.6012

8

S
ummer

Subject description:

Larger exhibitions as well as exhibition stands. The role of lighting, colour and
graphic
s in exhibition design. Structural solutions depending on the size of the displayed objects.

To design an exhibition (gallery or an exhibition stand) within the given context and environment.

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Skills:

Knowledge of the rules of exhibition design.

Minimum n
umber of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Graphic Design 2

AW.6072

4

S
ummer

Subject description:

Students learn to operate in various modes/techniques: detail versus general
composition, graphics versus font, g
raphic metaphors.

Specific topics presented in depth, as listed
above.

Skills:

To develop a more in
-
depth knowledge of graphic design, graphic design for media and
advertising, symbols and logos, typography. Students work on creating their own font.

Mini
mum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Lighting and Illumination

AW.4023

4

S
ummer

Subject description:

To teach students to be able to read photometric curves and use various
illumination catalogues and

resources. To develop students’ understanding of luminance
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SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Structural Mechanics 2

AW.4053

4

S
ummer

Subject description:

Statically indeterminate structures as safe, redundant
-
rigidity structures, not
adaptable to the environment. Single
-
span beams. Continuous mult
i
-
span beams. Frames. Models
of supports, joints and loadings. Basic types of materials: wood, masonry, concrete, metals.
Schematic models

of real structures. Basic analysis for preliminary optimal synthesis of continuous,
trussed and composite structures.

Shape
and cross
-
section optimization.
Lightweight structures.

Skills:

Acquiring working knowledge of the basic analysis and prototype topology and form
-
finding
of statically determinate structures irrespective of scale, material, and function. Developing

of
structural intuition.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Computer Aided Design 2

AW.4117

4

S
ummer

Subject description:

To teach students to use and create multimedia presentations. Visual a
nd
audio presentations with the use of multimedia programmes and the Internet. Students learn to
create interactive presentations.

Students make a presentation of one of their previous projects with the use of relevant computer
programmes.

Skills:

To dev
elop students' graphic design skills and visual sensitivity. To acquaint students with
the use of interfaces and the basics of web design.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3




11


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Visual Arts 2


Fr
eehand Drawing

AW.5111

4

S
ummer

Subject description:

Drawing as a means of communication.

The study and drawings of still life in
context (space/environment). Drawings of a piece of furniture, of an architectural space

Skills:

To further develop students
' individual drawing skills and design identity.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Visual Arts 2


Painting

AW.6070

4

S
ummer

Subject description:

Students develop their own personal styles usi
ng their preferred techniques.

Still life.
Human being in an interior/space. Cityscape. Students further develop their particular
interests.

Skills:

To further develop the skills and various drawing/painting techniques the students have
already acquired i
n order to realistically interpret and reinterpret spaces and environments in
various scales.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Visual Arts 2


Modeling

AW.5115

4

S
ummer

Subject description:

I
n the search of the interior a
nd exterior spaces.Students model a dual space
-

2 elements to show the relationship and unity between the 'outside' and 'inside'.

Skills:

To develop students' model making techniques and skills. Various materials and surface
s are
used depending on the model. To expand and develop students' understanding and use of various
surfaces and materials in a spatial context. Students analyse 'open' and 'closed' spaces and spatial
works/installations. Relationship between the 'inside'
and 'outside', density and void.

Minimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Visual Arts 2


Sculpture

AW.4069

4

S
ummer

Subject description:

'Man is the measure of all things..'

Students investigate and

experiment with
the scales and proportions. One of the tasks is to sculpt a 1:5 scaled model of a human. Human
body in an environment.

Skills:

To further develop students sculptural skills. Their understanding of proportions, scales,
voids and solids.

M
inimum number of students

needed for a group class to convene: 3









12



FACULTY OF ELECRICAL ENGINEERING






EDUCATIONAL

PROFILES

The students who attend full
-
time courses may complete the undergraduate level with a BSc degree or
they can study for a M
aster’s degree. The part
-
time students graduate with a BSc degree. Having
obtained the degree, they can undertake postgraduate studies leading to a MSc. Faculty of Electrical
engineering offers full
-
time studies in the following fields:


ELECTRICAL

ENGINEE
RING

Specialization:
Power Engineering and Lighting and Optical Engineering

Specialization:
Industrial Automation and Microprocessor Techniques



Course graduates have skills of computer aided design in the field of network and electrical installations,
se
curity and protection of electrical equipment and the operation of technological devices, switching
safety, control and measuring devices powered by electrical power. They are prepared to work in design
offices, factories and construction units of the elec
trical industry.


ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMUNICATIONS

Specialization:
Teleinformatics and Optoelectronics

Specialization:
Electronic Equipment


Graduate has the required knowledge of basic disciplines such as mathematics, theory of circuits and
signals, the
methodology and technique of programming and computational and simulation techniques.
This knowledge is complemented by expertise in equipment design, digital and microprocessor
technology, analog signal processing, metrology, telecommunications, wireless
technology and high
frequency techniques. Student has a possibility to use professional computer software.


POWER ENGINEERING

Specialization:
Power Generation and Transmission Engineering




Power Energy faculty graduates are specialists needed in the lab
or market. They have knowledge of the
thermal energy, renewable energy, heating and calorifics, production, processing, transmission and
distribution of energy. Can find employment in companies involved in the design, operation, diagnosis,
and issues of sa
fety and reliability of energy equipment and systems,
in

the energy

sector
,
power
stations
,
power plants and

heating plants

using

conventional fuels

and

renewable

energy

resources
.
They have skills in management of energy market, so m
ay

be

employees

of ind
ustrial companies
,
whose

production

forces the

rational management of

energy
.
Graduates

will be

specialists

desired by

local
government

authorities

entrusted with the

management

of local

energy resources
.






13


FIELD OF STUDY: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING


SUBJEC
T

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Electrical machines 1

FEE 00012

6

winter

Subject description: Transformers: construction, principles of working, mathematical models.
One
-
phase and three
-
phase transformers. Asynchronous motors: construction, principles of
working, m
athematical models. Transformations of co
-
ordinate systems, substitute scheme.
Symmetrical steady state.

Skills:

After end of process learning the student: makes the analysis of electrical machines;
executes the connections electrical machines; executes c
alculations torque, speed, currents and
voltages electrical motors and generators.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:
1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Power Electronics

FEE 00013

6

winter

Subject description: Switch


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Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Electromagnetic Compatibility

FEE 00014

6

winter

Subject description: Standards

and units. Signals and their spectra. Sources of electromagnetic
interferences. Capacitive and inductive crosstalk, voltage dips and interruption. Immunity
requirements for devices and systems.

Measurements and testing, tools, instrumentation, test envi
ronments. Radiated emissions and
susceptibility. Emission test setups and procedures. Conducted emissions and susceptibility. RF
and transient immunity testing. Practical aspects of immunity tests. Protective elements and
systems. Design of equipments and
systems.

Skills:

Student understands problems connected with electromagnetic compatibility, recognizes
possi
ble

sources interferences; can provide simple tests and measurements.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1


SUBJECT

CODE


ECTS

SEMESTER

Electrical Equipment & Installations

FEE 00015

6

winter

Subject description:

Standardization. Insulation of electrical equipment. Work and short currents.
Impedance of electric power system elements. Thermal effect of work and short c
urrents.
Electromagnetic effect of short currents. Electrical arc. Switches. Short currents suppression.
Measuring transformers. Low
-
voltage power networks. Selection of electrical devices. Live
protection. Supply. Electrical installations. Design principl
es. Switch in low voltage installation.
Cables and conductors.

Skills:

Student can give definitions, describes principles of working, can specify and characterize
elements of Power system; understand discussed problems.

Minimum number of students neede
d for a group class to convene:

1

14



SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Instrumentation & Measurement

FEE 00016

6

winter

Subject description:

Power supply and management in electronic systems. Application of the
specialized programmable analog and digital circuit
s. Advanced electronic circuits in the regulators
and remote control. Electronic circuits and systems for sensor technology. Electronic circuits for
motors control. Practical approach to the control and signal processing. Practical design
techniques. Devel
opment tools for the design professional electronic systems. Embedded
systems. Principles of measurement and instrumentation. Chosen advanced electronic analog and
digital embedded devices.

Skills:

Students understands the role of the various elements of

instrumentation and
measurement system. He can specify and evaluate a measurement system for a given application
and construct and test the basic measurement systems using common sensors and electronic
components.


Minimum number of students needed for a

group class to convene:

1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Microprocessor Techniques

FEE 00017

6

winter

Subject description:

Binary arithmetic. Basic topics of the microprocessor engineering.
Microprocessor system structures and main components: processors,

memories, basic peripheral
devices, standard buses, additional circuits. Interrupt systems. Methods of input/output device
service. MCS
-
51 family: standard structure, instruction list, peripherals, interrupts, extensions.
Input/output binary and analogue
devices. Practical exercises in programming of basic algorithms
in machine level language.

Skills: After the course student should known the knowledge mentioned above.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Power Systems

FEE 00018

6

winter

Subject description:

Introduction to power systems. General requirements and conditions of
power system operation. Fundamentals of power generation, transmission and distribution. The
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SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

English Course 1

DFL
-

00001

2

w
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Subject Description:

Improving language skills

Skills:
D
ependent on the starting level

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1





15


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Milestones in Science and Technology

DFL
-

00003

6

winter

Subject description: What is science and technology. Basic concepts and definitions. Counting and
Measuring: time & distance, clocks and calendars, measuring standar
ds. Modern systems of
computing and measurements. Matter and Energy. Origin of Universe. Practical Use of Energy.
Transport: history of the wheel, history of flying. Communication. Modern Systems of
Communication. Modern Systems of Communication. Future T
echnologies
-
artificial intelligence,
robots and cyborgs. Science Fiction.

Skills:

T
eam work and independent searching for information.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Application of Computer

Science in Electrical
Engineering

FEE
-

00003

6

winter

Subject description: Introduction to PSpice. DC and AC analysis of electrical circuits. Frequency
characteristics. Numerical analysis of transient states. Three
-
phase circuits. Numerical analysis of
branched circuits. Non
-
linear circuits. Analysis and processing of measuring data by means of
spreadsheet.

Skills:

Student can solve Simple problems from topic mentioned above. He can predict the solution
and He is able to present it in a graphic form (i
f it’s applicable). He is capable of simulating the
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SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Electrical Circuits 1

FEE
-

00028

6

winter

Subject description: Element Constrains. Current and equivalent voltage on basic elements. Basic
circuit analysis. Node
-
Voltage and Loop
-
Current Analysis. Thevenin equivalent circuits. Analyses o
f
circuits with dependent sources. Power of load and source. The operational amplifier. Analysis of
basic circuits with OA. DC circuit with nonlinear elements. The equivalent input characteristic of
circuit composed with nonlinear elements. Sinusoids and p
hasors. Phasor diagrams for simple
circuits. Circuits analysis with phasors. Energy and power. The frequency analysis of RL, RC and RLC
circuits.

Skills:

Student can perform a simple analysis of linear DC and AC circuits contain up to two sources.
He uses

complex numbers to calculate currents, voltages and power. Received results have to be
properly interpreted and verified. He discusses problems by using good terminology.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1


SUBJECT

CODE

EC
TS

SEMESTER

Electrical Drives 1

FEE
-

00029

4

winter

Subject description: Fundamentals of electric drives, moment of inertia, friction, torque
-

speed
characteristics, mutli
-
quadrant operation of electric motors, stable and unstable operating points.
Equ
ivalent load torque and equivalent moment of inertia of drives with gear box and lift. Steady
state characteristics and transient process of separately excited DC motor, DC shunt motor, series
DC motor, stepping motor, three
-
phase induction motor, three
-
ph
ase synchronous generator.
Methods of starting and braking. Scalar frequency control method of AC motor drives.

Skills: Ability to design basic of electrical drives systems with DC and AC motors

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to con
vene:

1


16


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

High Voltage Technique 1

FEE
-

00030

3

winter

Subject description: High voltage test technique. Generation and measurement of high alternating
and direct voltages. Generation and measurements of impulse voltages and c
urrents. Partial
discharge measurements. Disturbances in high voltage laboratory. Electrical breakdown in gases,
solid and liquid dielectric. Travelling waves in high voltage lines. Reflection of travelling waves
against transformers. Lightning, mechanism
and protection of structures. Lightning and switching
overvoltages. Protection against overvoltages. Insulation coordination. High voltages cables and
capacitors. High voltage transformers.

Skills: The principal objective of lectures is to cover the fund
amentals of high
-
voltage test
technique,

generation and measurement, electrical breakdown in gases.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Programmable Logic Controllers & Process
Controllers

FEE
-

00031

4

winter

Subject description: Familiarization with a Windows based software application STEP 7 that allows
creating the user program for SIMATIC S7
-
200, designing a control programs in LAD and IL
languages for a logical and sequential process insta
llations; familiarization with a Windows based
software application VisiLogic that allows creating the user program for OPLC UNITRONICS Vision
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T

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Electrical Machines 2

FEE
-

00004

6

summer

Subject description: DC machines: construction, principles of operation, mathematical model. Direct
current machine systems. Steady state with different conditions of power supply and load.

Synchronous machines: construction, principles of operation and mathematical models. Torque of
synchronous machines. Generators and motors.

Skills: Student can give definitions, describes principles of working, construction. He understands
discussed prob
lems.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Project
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FEE


00005
FEE


00006

6

12

summer

Subject description: Carrying out a project dependent on the specialization of study.

Skills:

C
onnecting and application of knowledge and skills achieved during studies.

Minimum number of students needed

for a group class to convene: 1




17


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

English Course 2

DFL
-

00002

2

S
ummer

Subject description: I
mproving language s
kills

Skills: D
ependent on the starting level

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Digital Signal Processing

FEE
-

00007

6

S
ummer

Subject description: Theory and application of DSP. Sampling of
continuous time signals: the
sampling theorem, antialiasing. Description of discrete time signals and systems, impulse response,
Z
-

transform, transfer function, frequency response, state space representation. Properties and
application of the Discrete Fo
urier Transform; Fast Fourier Transform algorithms. Overview of digital
filter synthesis and application: infinite impulse response and finite impulse response filters, time
and frequency domain parameters, windowing, impulse response, convolution, impleme
ntation
issues.

Skills: Student is familiar with basis of Digital Signal processing. He understands process of
continuous time Signal sampling. He is able to find sampling frequency and parameters of
antialiasing filter. Student can apply methods of Digit
al Signal analysis in time and frequency
domains. He is able to use methods of Digital filter design and understands issues of Digital filter
implementation.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:
1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

C
ontrol Engineering & Systems

FEE
-

00008

6

S
ummer

Subject description: C
hosen problems of analysis and synthesis of control systems. Rising a state
space equation model. Mathematical methods of feedback control systems analysis of linear control
systems.
Linearization, solving of differential equations. Stability. Lyapunov stability methods.
Reachability, controllability and observability. Stabilization by state and output feedbacks. Frequency
domain modelling and frequency domain analysis. Frequency domai
n design. PID control. Modelling
of uncertainty. Robust pole assignment.

Skills: Solving practical tasks in the field of control systems.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:
1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Introduction to Poli
sh History & Culture

DFL
-

00004

2

S
ummer

Subject description: Basic Polish phonemes and alphabet. Introduction to Poland’s history,
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SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Fundamentals of Control Engineering 1

FEE
-

00020

6

S
ummer

Subject description: Methods of describing and analysing dynamic properties of controlled systems.
Stability problem of dynamic linear systems. Control sy
stems. Evaluation of control quality on the
basis of time and frequency responses. Integral performance criteria. Analysis of basic non
-
linear and
discrete automatic control systems. This subject includes also classic synthesis methods of control
systems w
ith emphasis on computer aided designing.

18


Skills: Student is familiar with Fundamentals of control engineering. He understands different
methods of analysis in control engineering. He can give criteria of stability. He is able to solve Simple
control prob
lems.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:
1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Electrical Circuits 2

FEE
-

00034

6

S
ummer

Subject description: Transient state in first
-
order circuits: initial and final conditions, the time
-
constant

interpretation, step and sinusoidal inputs. Circuits response using Laplace Transforms.
Mutual inductance. The dot convention. Coupled inductors. Circuits with coupled elements. AC power
systems: average, active, reactive and complex power. Analysis of ba
lanced three
-
phase circuits.

Skills: Student can perform DC transient analysis of linear RL and RC circuits. He uses Laplace theory
to receive necessary values. He calculates currents in coupled circuits. He knows how to find all
currents and voltages in
balanced 3
-
phase circuits.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:
1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Control of Electrical Drives

FEE
-

00032

4

S
ummer

Subject description: Mechanical and electric energy conversion in four quadrant o
peration.
Experimental exercises of motoring and breaking of DC motors and inductive motors. Overview of
speed and position sensors (encoders, resolvers, etc.). The mathematical model of DC motors. The
mathematical model of the induction motor and synchron
ous motor in the space vectors domain. The
structure and the synthesis of closed loop drive systems. Servo drive systems. Control of DC motors in
the field
-
weakening region. The load toque and moment of inertia estimation
-

theory and
experimental exercise
s. The control methods of induction motors. The field
-
oriented control
methods. The space vector modulated
-

direct torque control (DTC
-
SVM) method of induction motors.
Overview of the flux estimation methods of induction motors. The mathematical model and

control
methods of synchronous motors. Experimental exercises with controlled electrical drives. Examples of
the use of microprocessor control systems in electric drives.

Skills:
Student has the theoretical and practical knowledge of Control of Electrica
l Drives, problems
and solution methods.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:
1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

High Voltage Technique 2

FEE
-

00035

3

S
ummer

Subject description: Measurements of isolators across voltage distribut
ion. Electrical breakdown in
air, measurements for AC and DC current. Voltage dividing systems, spark gaps and voltage
measurements transformers. Current surge generators. Breakdown under impulse voltages in air.
Electrical breakdown in transformer oil, br
eakdown voltage measurements.

Skills: The principal objective of the course is to cover the fundamentals of high
-
voltage laboratory
techniques, to provide an understanding of high
-
voltage phenomena, and to present the basics of
high voltage insulation des
ign.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene: 1







19



FIELD OF STUDY:
ELECTRONICS

AND

TELECOMMUNICATIONS


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Fundamentals of Telecommunication

FEE
-

00021

6

W
inter

Subject description: Elements of telecom
munication systems: source of information, Communications
channels, fundamentals of information theory; analog modulation systems (DSB
-
AM, DSB
-
SC
-
AM,SSB
-
SC
-
AM, FM, PM) and frequency division multiplexing; noise in analog communication systems
-

especially:
physical sources of noise, noise properties of systems, noise in analog modulation systems;
discrete signals: sampling theory, pulse code modulation, PCM transmission, line coding, time division
multiplexing, digital modulation (ASK, FSK, PSK, DPSK, QAM);
noise in digital communication systems:
statistical decision theory, distortion in PCM systems, digital modulation in noisy conditions, matched
filtering and correlation detection; properties of selected telecommunication systems and
technologies.

Skills:

Obtaining practical knowledge of fundamentals of telecommunications and acquiring hands
-
on
skills in maintenance and operation of digital switching system.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:
1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

In
ternet Technologies 1

FEE
-

00022

6

W
inter

Subject description: The history of development of internet Network. General foundations of
computer Network architecture. Open systems interconnection reference model (OSI), layered
protocols. Network equipment
. Main and auxiliary Network protocols. Local area Network (LAN)
Technologies and architectures. Wide area (WAN) and metropolitan area (MAN) Network
Technologies. Internetworking routing. Interior and exterior protocols. Internet architecture. Domain
name
system.

Skills: Student is familiar with basis of Internet Technologies. He understands general foundations of
computer Network, distinguishes different Technologies and can characterize them.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to conven
e:

1



SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Radioelectronic Devices

FEE
-

00023

6

W
inter

Subject description: Basic types and structures of radioelectronic devices. Transistors general
characteristics and parameters. HF resonant amplifiers. Transistor and varact
or frequency multipliers.
Mixers and IF systems. AM, FM, PM and SSB modulation. AM, FM and PM modulators and
demodulators.

Skills: Student can recognize, describe and characterize Basic types and structures. He is able to
explain the ideas of AM, FM, PM a
nd SSB modulation and compare them. He distinguishes devices
used in different radioelectronic systems.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:
1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Modern Wireless Networks Technologies

FEE
-

00024

6

W
in
ter

Subject description: Classification of the wireless networks. Wireless Internet protocol. Physical layer.
Radiowave propagation. Antennas for wireless networks. Multipath propagation and transmission
channel model. Noise and pulse interferences, ISI,

radio receiver structure, equalizes. RAKE receivers.
Coding and modulation. Space
-
time Block and trellis coding. Architecture of the GSM, GPRS, EDGE and
UMTS. The spread
-
spectrum technology. Main standards. The OFDM and MIMO Technologies. Hybrid
wireless
systems.

Skills: Student is familiar with the main wireless Network standards and distinguishing architectures.

20


Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:
1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Wireless Transmission Systems

FEE 00025

6

W
int
er

Subject description: Radio channels with different frequency band. Radio wave propagation in free
space. Equation of radiocommunication. Propagation of earth waves, troposphere radio links.
Propagation of ionosphere waves, of long and medium waves. Pro
pagation of HF and UHF waves.
Microwave propagation models (Lee, Okumura, Hata, COST


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SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Optoelectronic Devices and Systems

FEE
-

00026

6

W
inter

Sub
ject description: Nature of light. Fundamental optics. Light sources. Optical fibres. Photodetectors.
Specialist devices. Imaging systems. Display devices. Nonlinear optics. Photonic switching. Applications
of optoelectronic devices. Optoelectronic system
s.

Skills: The graduate easily defines principle laws in optics, distinguishes Basic optoelectronic elements
i.e. light sources; detectors, optical fibres, can specify optoelectronic devices and characterize their
function uses different devices in more c
omplex optoelectronic systems.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:
1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

English Course 1

DFL
-

00001

2

W
inter

Subject Description: Improving language skills

Skills:
D
ependent on the starting level

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Milestones in Science and Technology

DFL
-

00003

2

W
inter

Subject description: What is science and technology. Basic concepts and definitions. Counting and
M
easuring: time & distance, clocks and calendars, measuring standards. Modern systems of
computing and measurements. Matter and Energy. Origin of Universe. Practical Use of Energy.
Transport: history of the wheel, history of flying. Communication. Modern Sy
stems of Communication.
Modern Systems of Communication. Future Technologies
-
artificial intelligence, robots and cyborgs.
Science Fiction.

Skills: T
eam work and independent searching for information.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class t
o convene:

1



21


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Electronics 1

FEE
-

00033

6

W
inter

Subject description: Diodes and their applications. BJT, FET and MOSFET transistors
-

principles of
operation, characteristics and simple equivalent circuits. Transistor bias
ing. Basic transistor amplifiers.
Output stages. Current mirrors. Structure and parameters of operational amplifiers. Applications of
operational amplifiers. Comparators. Optoelectronic devices. Flip


flop and multivibrator circuits.
Oscillators. Linear a
nd switching voltage regulators. Active filters. AD and DA converters.

Skills: At the end of the course students will be able to understand principles of operation and
electrical characteristics of electronic devices; apply models of electronic devices in

analysis of
electronic circuits; basic electronic circuits design according to given specifications.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Internet Technologies 2

FEE
-

00010

6

S
ummer

Subject des
cription: Basics of cryptography. Symmetric and asymmetric cipher algorithms e.g. DES,
RSA. Idea of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). Digital signatures. Methods of authentication and
authorization in network systems.

Sources and types of security threats
to network systems. Security
threats to host applications. Security threats to web applications. Methods of protection against
selected kinds of threats. Firewall systems, antivirus protection, intrusion detection systems (IDS), idea
of honey pots. Concept
ion of security politics. Examples of complex security politics. Security audit
and penetration tests. Security threats to mobile wireless network devices.

Skills: Student is familiar with basis of cartography, methods of authentication, authorization and

protection against selected threads.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Advanced Microprocessor Techniques

FEE
-

00011

6

S
ummer

Subject description: Introduction to the microprocessor systems
. DSP processors, its specification and
dedication for signal processing algorithms. AVR processors, its specification and dedication for stand
-
alone data acquisition and regulation systems. A single
-
chip microcontroller as a base unit of the
advanced micr
oprocessor system. Methods of interfacing the microprocessors to various peripherals.
Multi
-
processor systems, communication and data transmission arbitration. Mixed signal,
microprocessor based systems design methods. Programming techniques. Introduction

to the
assembler of AVR and DSP. C++ language as a versatile programming method. In
-
System
Programmable systems. Methods of programming the AVR processors, fuse and security bits
configuration.

Designing AVR based system.

Skills: Student is familiar wi
th discussed processors, methods of interfacing, programming and
communication.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Telecommunication Devices

FEE
-

00009

6

S
ummer

Subject description: Structure
s and parameters of transmitters and receivers. Regulation and tuning.
Broadband matching. Automatic amplitude and frequency regulation. Phase automatic frequency
regulation. Frequency synthesizers. Base of frequency synthesis. VHF devices. Microwave lamps
.
Klystron and magnetron generators. Gunn and IMPATT diode generators. Primary signals and bases of
construction of telecommunications channels. Transmission channels. Basics of construction of
multiplex radiocommunication systems. Multiplexing. Digital Sy
stems. GSM system.

22


Skills: Student distinguishes telecommunication devices, can specify and characterize their functions
and parameters. He is familiar with basics of telecommunication.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Project


Final project

FEE


00005
FEE


00006

6

12

S
ummer

Subject description: Carrying out a project dependent on the specialization.

Skills: connecting and application of knowledge and skills achieved during studies.

Minim
um number of students needed for a group class to convene: 1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

English Course 2

DFL
-

00002

2

S
ummer

Subject description: I
mproving language skills

Sk
ills: D
ependent on the starting level

Minimum number of students needed for

a group class to convene:
1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Introduction to Polish History & Culture

DFL
-

00004

2

S
ummer

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SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

High Frequency Techniques

FEE


00027

5

S
ummer

Subject description: Application of microwaves. Basic equations of electrodynamics, Bou
ndary
conditions. Electromagnetic waves in transmission lines and in waveguides/ TEM, TE and TM models.
Definitions of current, voltage, characteristic impedance. The Smith chart. Impedance matching.
Multiport circuits. The scattering matrix. Passive micro
wave elements. Resonators. Ferrite devices.
Semiconductor devices. MEMS, Millimeter waves. Basic measurements. Network analyzers.

Skills: Students under
stand the Basic theory and design of high frequency components. They recognize
microwave elements, devi
ces, methods of analysis, measurement techniques, and applications.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:
1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Electronics 2

FEE
-

00036

6

S
ummer

Subject description: Diodes and transistors. Basic tra
nsistor amplifiers. Optoelectronic devices. Pulse
forming circuits. Timer circuits. Linear and non
-
linear applications of operational amplifiers. Linear and
switching voltage regulators. Phase locked loop. Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog Converters
.
Selected integrated circuits.

Skills: At the end of the course students will be able to use laboratory instruments including digital
multimeters, power supplies, oscilloscopes and function generators; measure and record the
experimental data, analyse th
e results and
prepare laboratory report; analy
se and test electronic
circuits.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene:

1

23



FACULTY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE




Major: Computer Science, 1st degree engineering stud
ies, 7 semesters, part
-
ti
me and
full
-
time

Graduates have knowledge and skills in general computer science, as well as technical knowledge and
skills in the field of computer information systems. They are familiar with the design principles of modern
computers, peripherals, operati
ng systems, computer networks and databases. They also have basic
knowledge of artificial intelligence, computer graphics, and man
-
machine interface. They are ready to
begin 2nd degree studies.


Major: Computer Science, 2nd degree M.Sc. studies, 3 semester
s (for graduates of engineering studies
with major in computer science) or 4 semesters (for graduates of other studies), full
-
time and part
-
time

Graduates have general knowledge in computer science, covering at least all the fundamental and major
-
specific
teaching modules. They can solve IT
-
related problems and can express opinions basing on
incomplete or limited information. They can discuss issues related to computer science, they can also
manage teams. They are ready to begin careers in commercial or gov
ernmental environments. The
graduates are also prepared to start third
-
degree studies (Ph.D.)

Specializations:


-
Computer Graphics and Multimedia

-
Software Engineering (full
-
time studies only)


-
Computer Science and Finance


-
Software Systems (part
-
time s
tudies only)


-
Intelligent Internet Technologies



Major: Mathematics
, 1st degree B.Sc. studies, 6 semesters, part
-
time and full
-
time

Graduates have basic knowledge on mathematics and its applications. Their skills include: conducting
mathematical reason
ing (proofs), particularly clear identification of assumptions and conclusions,
performing complex calculations, presenting mathematical contents in speech and in writing, extracting
qualitative information from quantitative data etc. The graduates are rea
dy to: work in institutions that
use mathematical methods or start 2nd degree studies.

Specializations:

Mathematical methods in computer science



24



SUBJECTS PROVIDED IN ENGLISH


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Operating Systems

FCS
-
00017

6

W
inter

Subject desc
ription: Learning outcomes include: general knowledge on operating systems; ability to
use developer's tools available on Unix/Linux platforms and the systems' API, create/manage
processes, use basic inter
-
process communication mechanisms (pipes, signals,

etc.), create/mange
POSIX threads, and use various synchronization mechanisms (mutexes, semaphores, condition
variables), solve classic thread synchronization problems (producer
-
consumer, dining philosophers,
three smokers, readers
-
writers)

Skills (Requ
irements to study this module): C programming skills. General knowledge of computer
architecture.

Skills (Learning outcomes): Knowledge of Operating systems and internal mechanisms.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene: 1


SUBJE
CT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Mathematical Statistics

FCS
-
00001

6

Winter/S
ummer

Subject description: Limiting Distribution. Laws of Large Numbers. Multivariate Normal Distribution.
Covariance and Correlation Coefficients. Basics of Hypothesis Testing. Attained S
ignificance Levels.
Power and Type II Errors. Non
-
parametric Tests. Criteria for Estimation. The General Linear Model.
Lectures, reading, computer sessions with Statistica. In the end of course student is able to construct
confidence levels, states hypothe
ses, take decisions, find the best model of regressions for data.

Skills (Requirements to study this module): Probability, linear algebra.

Skills (Learning outcomes): Analysis from data sets, testing hypothesis.

Minimum number of students needed for a gr
oup class to convene: 1



SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Econometric course including elements of
portfolio theory

FCS
-
0
0021

4

Wi
nter

Subject description: Theoretical development of multiple regression analysis; restricted least squares
and tests of exact linear restrictions on parameters; theoretical aspects of problems with data; error
auto correlation and heteroskedasti
city; the risk
-
return trade off and diversification; mean
-
variance
analysis; Markowitz's and Sharpe's models; the CAPM and APT; assessment based on written test.

SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

Multimedia Algorithms and Standards

FCS
-
00007

6

Winter/S
ummer

Subject description: principles and techniques of image/audio/speech coding and processing, popular
multimedia standards and file formats,

storage, indexing and distribution of multimedia content.
Designing a multimedia
-
related application: game, implementation or non
-
trivial use of a multimedia
standard, educational aids, special effects, multimedia transmission over network, etc. (students

may
propose a topic they are interested in). Programming platforms: Java/C/C++ with multimedia libraries
like QuickTime, DirectX, SDL etc.

Skills (Requirements to study this module): computer programming, algorithms and data structures,
algebra, statis
tics, numerical methods (recommended), digital signal processing (recommended).

Skills (Learning outcomes): methods of representation of multimedia contents, coding algorithms,
multimedia
-
related IT standards, design of applications related to integration
and storage of
multimedia contents, ability to apply existing standards in custom applications.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene: 1

25


Skills (Requirements to study this module):

The rudiments of math and statistics.

Skills (Lea
rning outcomes):

In accordance with the content of the course.

Minimum number of students needed for a group class to convene: 1


SUBJECT

CODE

ECTS

SEMESTER

3D Graphics

FCS
-
00009

4

W
inter

Subject description: Knowledge of 3D visualization techniques. A
rchitecture of modern libraries for 3D
visualization.
Modern programs to generate 3D scenes and data visualization.

Skills (Requirements to study this module): Basics of C++ programming Knowledge of computer