Advanced Technology

Advanced Technology is a broad, international, technical bachelor programme. Its multidisciplinary approach combines different engineering and natural science disciplines, giving students the scope to come up with innovative and unexpected solutions to new problems without being confined to a single area of science. Students learn how to combine knowledge from electrical engineering, chemical engineering, applied physics, mathematics, and mechanical engineering in a context that is both commercial and society-conscious.

The bachelor lasts three years and each year is divided into four modules. Each module centers on a theme and features a number of theoretical courses and a practical. Students will then apply the knowledge acquired in a collaborative project.

During the first two years of the program, a basis of different technical fields is made. In the third year, the students have to choose a specific direction in which they want to do their master studies. As Advanced Technology does not have one specific specialisation, everyone continuous to a different field during their master.

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Below, a course overview of the bachelor Advanced Technology can be found.

Year 1

Module 1: Mechanics
Module 2: Thermodynamics
Module 3: Fundamentals of Materials
Module 4: Dynamics

Year 2

Module 5: Signals, Models and Systems
Module 6: Material Science and Engineering || Systems and Control ||
                        Transport Phenomena||Software Systems (This is a choice module. Students can choose one of the four named modules)
Module 7: Fields and Waves
Module 8: Business and Society

Year 3

During the third year of the bachelor, students choose modules to make sure they are eligible for their chosen master programme. As a conclusion to their bachelor, students have to write a bachelor’s thesis.

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