Five themes span the entire curriculum. Engineering, enterprising and educating are connected to engineers’ societal role: to design and build things starting from a strong vision to improve people’s lives. Environmenting involves an awareness of the various interwoven aspects – nature, culture, technology. Finally, ensembling allows engineers to approach things from a ‘big-picture’ perspective.
The Bachelor of Industrial Sciences is an academic bachelor's programme consisting of 3 programme stages of 60 ECTS each, for a total of 180 ECTS. Each programme is comprised of:
The joint part offers general scientific and technological training in the four major basic sciences (physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics) and their corresponding technological fields (energy, matter, life and information technology).
In the second stage of the programme, you select an orientation as a run-up to your choice of major in the third programme stage:
In the third programme stage, you choose between three majors: