Courses in Engineering
Find courses by department below, or in LTH course catalogue to the right. Please note that you have to study 30 credits for full time studies, with at least 15 credits at LTH - Faculty of Engineering.
Remember to find one alternative course for each course of your first choice.
Courses in Engineering by programme
Make sure that the course of your interest is marked with an "x" under "Suitible for exchange students".
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Science and Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Engineering Mathematics
- Engineering Nanoscience
- Engineering Physics
- Environmental Engineering
- Fire Protection Engineering
- Industrial Engineering and Management
- Information and Communication Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering with Industrial Design
- Risk Management
Create your study plan
A study plan is the set-up of courses that the student put together for the semester. Creating a study plan helps you organise your exchange period and plan the learning outcomes of your studies at LTH.
How to create your study plan
Step #1 – Select an engineering program from the list below.
Step #2 – Select a suitable specialization.
Step #3 – Find out which courses are suitable for you. Please check:
- That the course is marked with an X under the column S.Ex.stud (meaning that it is open for exchange students)
- Language of instruction (S – Swedish or E – English)
- Study period (1, 2, 3 or 4). Read more about LTH's academic calendar and study periods.
- Carefully check the grading system at LTH
Step #4 – Make sure to review the course syllabus as well as course prerequisites before setting up your study plan.
Step #5 – Use the Schedule generator to create your schedule and see whether two or more of the courses you have chosen have teaching scheduled at the same time.
Tips to create a great study plan:
- Read the course syllabus to see if you meet the required prerequisites for the course
- LTH offers a wide range of courses to exchange students, but we recommend that you create your study plan starting from a specialisation of one of LTH’s programmes to avoid course clashes.
Examples on how to diposition your courses: