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  FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

Dean
Vladimir Dryemuk
Dean
Ph.D. in Technical Sciences, Associate Professor

The faculty of engineering trains highly qualified specialists in the fields of engineering, machine-building and technical support of  agricultural production.

Over the period of study, the faculty students  receive profound theoretical knowledge of basic sciences and sufficient knowledge of their special disciplines.

The total number of students of the faculty is about 1, 900, nearly 720 of which are studying full-time.

The teaching is done by over 100 staff members who have extensive production and pedagogic experience. Among them there are 2 full doctors and 27 Ph.Ds.

The faculty has set up 3 branches of its departments, set up and is functioning a training-and-production union with JSC “Baranovichi Automated Lines Plant” which makes it possible to reduce the graduates’ adjustment to working conditions and to link the theoretical knowledge they receive with a real production sector. There are also plans to set up a Scientific and Production Centre which would intergrate a higher educational establishment with science and production.

Being housed on the premises of JSC “Baranovichi Automated Lines Plant”, the faculty makes a wide use of the plant’s infrastructure. It also invites skilled specialists from municipal plants and factories to teach practical and laboratory classes. Thematically, the students’ graduation theses are maximally close to real production, which opens up possibilities for them to implement their projects into practice.

Every year, the faculty augments its resources, buys modern equipment and expands its laboratory floors.

Student scientific and academic research is coordinated by the Student Scientific Society called “Spektr” (Spectrum). The faculty departments run student scientific groups. Annually, the findings of students’ scientific research are sent to the National Competition of Student Scientific Research as well as presented at theoretical and practical conferences where they receive high ratings.

The faculty runs a system of educational projects aimed at fostering in future specialists such values as civil, moral and aesthetic culture and  healthy lifestyle.

The principal self-governing body at the faculty is the Student Council.

Structurally, the faculty comprises the following departments:

Courses at the faculty

1-36 01 01 Machine-Building Technology
Qualification – Engineer

Within the framework of this course, students are trained for engineering jobs in the fields of machine metalworking and assembly, and machine manufacturing technologies. The theoretical training is consolidated during training and engineering practices. Graduates of this course receive the qualification of an engineer and are ready for fruitful work as engineers-technologists and mechanical engineers at the industrial enterprises of machine-building industry.

The department in charge of student graduation – Department of Machine-Building Technology

Form of study – full-time, by correspondence.

1-36 01 03 Technological Equipment of  Machine-Building Production
Qualification – Engineer

This course trains future engineers who will be designing modern technological equipment for machine-building. The students are well trained both in mechanics and technology, in electrical engineering and electronics, in mathematical modelling of processes and machines, in economics and organization of production.  Engineers-graduates of the course, are employed in design and technological organizations as well as in shops of machine-building industries.

The department in charge of student graduation –  Department of Equipment and Production Automation.

Form of Study – full-time, by correspondence.

1-27 01 01 Economics and Organization of Production
Qualification – Engineer-Economist

This course trains engineers-economists. Over the period of study, students receive profound knowledge of economics, organization of production, finances, management, marketing and accounting. As a result, upon graduation they can be employed as engineers-economists,  deal with analysis of investment projects and develop business plans.

The department in charge of student graduation –  Department of Economics and Organization of Production.

Form of study –full-time, by correspondence, by correspondence (for applicants with specialized secondary education).

1-40 01 02 Information Systems and Technologies
Qualification – Engineer-Programmer

The development of human civilization as information-oriented society is entering a new phase of scientific and technological progress. At its base lie achievements in information science, micro- and nano-electronics, as well as in the sphere of processing, storing and transmitting information, all of which can be integrated  under the general notion of “information technology”.  This course has its specialization called “Information systems and technologies in designing and industrial production.” Automated designing is a dynamically developing sphere of information technology. There are hardly  any more or less significant industries which wouldn’t make use of  computer-assisted design and information technology. Graduates of this course are successfully employed in design offices,  research laboratories and enterprises of various forms of ownership.

The department in charge of student graduation – Department of Information Systems and Technologies

Form of study –full-time, by correspondence, by correspondence (for applicants with specialized secondary education).

1-53 01 01 Automated Technological Processes and Production
Qualification -  Automation Engineer

Modern production is unthinkable without automation, its  basis being advanced technological processes of machine parts treatment and assembly which is inseparable from modern computer-assisted control systems. Graduates of this course master the  skills of dealing with modern systems of automated engineering and design pre-production; they will be able to operate the latest software packages in their field, and on completing their education they get the qualification of an “automation engineer.”

Professionals with such skills are in demand at any plants and factories, including middle-size and small business.

The department in charge of student graduation – Department of Equipment and Production Automation

Form of study – full-time, by correspondence

1-74 01 01 Technical Support of Agricultural Production Processes
Qualification – Engineer

Engineers with this qualification will be dealing with the operation  of  agricultural machinery. Faculty graduates are prepared to work as engineers, mechanical engineers,  mechanic-engineers, engineer of labor-intensive processes.

The department in charge of student graduation – Department of Mechanization and Energy-supply of Production

Form of study – full-time, full-time (for applicants with specialized secondary education), by correspondence, by correspondence (for applicants with specialized secondary education).

1-74 0-2 01 Agronomy
Qualification – Agronomist

Spheres of activity: manufacturing, technology and management of agricultural production; development and implementation of technological processes in the fields of production and storage of plant growing products; scientific research and experimental work, professional education.

Objects of professional activity: agricultural enterprises, subsidiary farms for production and processing of plant products run by industrial enterprises; plant products procurement enterprises; research and academic establishments irrespective of forms of ownership.

The department in charge of student graduation - Department of Agrarian Disciplines.

Form of study – full-time (for applicants with specialized secondary education), by correspondence, by correspondence (for applicants with specialized secondary education).

 

Address:
30 Proletarskaya St., 225411 Baranovichi, Brest Region, Belarus
Dean:
Vladimir Dryemuk
Tel.:
(0163) 58 37 13
Fax:
(0163) 58 37 28
E-mail:
enf@barsu.by