Machinery and Technologies
Established in 2012 when The Faculty of Mechanics (1958) and the Faculty of Forestry and Wood Technology (1997) were united. Expertise offered by the Faculty is reflected in its degree programs both undergraduate and postgraduate strengthened by the scientific background.
electrical engineering, material science, construction and road building machinery, applied mechanics, mechanization, road-building machinery and equipment, automation systems, marketing and management in car-service
- Electrical Engineering and Automation
- General Material Sciences and Technology of Composite Materials
- Automobiles and Tractors
- Construction and Road Building Machinery
- Applied Mechanics and Material Sciences