Study plans

General syllabus

For each research studies subject, there must be a general syllabus. The syllabus contains a brief description of the subject and the learning outcomes in addition to those specified in the Higher Education Ordinance.

The syllabus also stipulates:

  • specific admission requirements for research studies in the subject
  • selection methods in the event of there being more applicants than places
  • number of credits required for a licentiate, from both courses and a licentiate thesis
  • number of credits required for a PhD, from both courses and a doctoral thesis
  • mandatory courses in your research study subject

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Applied Microbiology (PDF, 244 kB, new tab)

Architecture (PDF, 242 kB, new tab)

Automatic Control (PDF, 235 kB, new tab)

Biomedical Engineering (PDF, 250 kB, new tab)

Biophysical Chemistry (PDF, 268 kB, new tab)

Biotechnology (PDF, 246 kB, new tab)

Building Materials (PDF, 240 kB, new tab)

Building Physics (PDF, 263 kB, new tab)

Building Services Engineering (PDF, 232 kB, new tab)

Chemical Engineering (PDF, 240 kB, new tab)

Computer Science (PDF, 246 kB, new tab)

Construction and Architecture (Dep. of Architecture and Built Environment) (PDF, 239 kB, new tab)

Construction and Architecture (Dep. of Building and Environmental Technology) (PDF, 239 kB, new tab)

Electrical Engineering (PDF, 257 kB, new tab)

Electrical Measurements (PDF, 237 kB, new tab)

Energy Sciences (PDF, 235 kB, new tab)

Engineering Acoustics (PDF, 240 kB, new tab)

Engineering Education (PDF, 238 kB, new tab)

Engineering Geology (PDF, 239 kB, new tab)

Environmental Psychology (PDF, 264 kB, new tab)

Fire Safety (PDF, 241 kB, new tab)

Food and Formulation Engineering (PDF, 241 kB, new tab)

Geotechnical Engineering (PDF, 234 kB, new tab)

Immunotechnology (PDF, 241 kB, new tab)

Industrial Automation (PDF, 242 kB, new tab)

Industrial Design (PDF, 245 kB, new tab)

Industrial Electrical Engineering (PDF, 241 kb, new tab)

Industrial Engineering and Management (PDF, 242 kB, new tab)

Industrial Environmental Economics (PDF, 240 kB, new tab)

Inorganic Chemistry (PDF, 246 kB, new tab)

Mathematical Statistics (PDF, 244 kB, new tab)

Mathematics (PDF, 246 kB, new tab)

Mechanical Engineering Sciences (PDF, 243 kB, new tab)

Numerical Analysis (PDF, 238 kB, new tab)

Organic Chemistry (PDF, 247 kB, new tab)

Packaging Logistics (PDF, 240 kB, new tab)

Physics (PDF, 238 kB, new tab)

Polymer Technology (PDF, 244 kB, new tab)

Pure and Applied Biochemistry (PDF, 248 kB, new tab)

Rehabilitation Engineering (PDF, 249 kB, new tab)

Risk and Safety (PDF, 244 kB, new tab)

Solid Mechanics (PDF, 240 kB, new tab)

Structural Engineering (PDF, 241 kB, new tab)

Structural Mechanics (PDF, 267 kB, new tab)

Technology and Society (PDF, 228 kB, new tab)

Transformative Innovation (will be updated in Spring 2022)

Water and Environmental Engineering (PDF, 241 kB, new tab)

Water Resources Engineering (PDF, 258 kB, new tab)

Working Environment (PDF, 241 kB, new tab)


Individual Study Plan

An individual study plan must be available for everyone who has been admitted to postgraduate education. The study plan must be followed up and updated at least once a year.

The individual study plan is a support for your development and the progress of the studies. You participate in the conversations together with all supervisors and representatives of the department. The individual syllabus discussions deal with your studies, supervision, physical environment and mental environment. The conversations should be able to lead to mutual agreements and measures to improve your studies. The conversations should benefit your work and should take place at least once a year - or more often if necessary.

The results of the interview are documented in an individual study plan that is linked to previous individual study plans. For each doctoral student who has not notified in writing that the studies have been interrupted, there must be a written individual study plan. The study plan must be realistic and promote that the goals of the doctoral program can be met, as well as determine the content, guidelines and scope of the dissertation work and the course part. In addition, the individual study plan otherwise clarifies the doctoral student's, supervisors' and department's rights and obligations towards each other.

The first individual study plan is drawn up in connection with admission and is attached to the admission decision. The first update of the individual study plan must take place six months after admission. Thereafter, discussions take place about the plan and update it at least once a year.

After the signature of the doctoral student, supervisor and representatives of the department, the individual study plan is determined by the head of department. If these cannot be agreed, the plan is approved by the chairman of the third cycle education committee at LTH. If the head of department is the supervisor for the doctoral student, the study plan is determined by the deputy head of department.

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