Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Engineering

Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Engineering field of study (IPEH) is appropriate for those who want to become engineers working in the fields of intensive science and technology development, ready to work on electro-mechanical drive construction, in particular for hybrid and electric vehicles including special vehicles.

Education in this field of study allows for gaining multidisciplinary knowledge necessary for design and technical support for complex technical systems with energy-accumulation in view of the analyses of basic physicochemical processes, applying non-conventional materials and automatic control.

Modern approach to the educational process provides the graduate with indispensable basic knowledge, extended in the scope appropriate to technical complexity of contemporary environmentally-friendly vehicles, but mainly to skills in engineering design analysis.

The graduate has knowledge of basic science issues in the area of electric and hybrid drives and knowledge of modern materials and component technology indispensable for practical implementation of electric and hybrid drives.

The Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Engineering field of study is available as BSc studies of the full-time study mode.

The following specialisation areas are offered for the first-cycle (BSc) studies in English:


Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Engineering - course elements library for the undergraduate level

Module title Semester ECTS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Common subjects                
Analysis I 60             5
Algebra 45             4
Basics of Engineering Drawing and Descriptive Geometry 45             3
Structural Materials 45             3
Computer Techniques I 60             5
Introduction to Geometric Modelling 15             1
Environmental Protection 30             2
Workshop 15             1
Chemistry 30             2
Physics I 30             2
History of Technology 15             1
Intellectual Property + Health and Safety 15             1
Analysis II   60           5
Differential Equations   60           5
Electrical and Electronics Engineering I   45           4
Basics of Engineering Drawing and Descriptive Geometry   45           3
Theoretical Mechanics I   60           5
Manufacturing Technology   45           3
Structural Materials Laboratory   15           1
Geometric Modelling   15           1
Physics II   30           2
Computer Techniques Laboratory   15           1
Theoretical Mechanics II     60         5
Strength of Materials     60         5
Electrical and Electronics Engineering II     30         2
Theory of Machines and Automatic Control     45         4
Metrology and Interchangeability     30         2
Advanced Geometry Modelling     15         1
Introduction to Mechatronics     30         2
Ionics and Photovoltaics     45         3
Introduction to Microprocesor Systems     30         2
Introduction to Machine Design I       60       4
Project on Machine Design I       30       2
Mechanical Vibrations       45

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