Bachelors in Engineering & Technology


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When you’re an engineer, you are part math wizard, part artist, and part scientist: you’re practically a unicorn. Engineering & Technology broadly deals with the maintenance and design of new devices, tools, and information systems, that society uses on a daily basis.

When you pursue a Master’s or a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering & Technology, you’re brought into the cutting-edge of innovative development, enabling you to shape the future of technology, industrial design, and applied sciences. Engineers require plenty of ingenuity and critical thinking skills, that allow them to contribute to the next industrial revolution.

Engineering & Technology contains a variety of sub-fields, including:

• Aerospace Engineering
• Civil Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
• Computer Programming

Students who graduate with degrees in Engineering & Technology enter into the following careers:

• Industrial design
• Aerospace Engineering (“rocket science”)
• Civil Engineering
• Biomedical Engineers

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Suggested Bachelors in Engineering & Technology

B.Sc. Automotive Engineering

HAN University of Applied Sciences has over 70 years of experience in automotive education. If you are technically inclined and have always been interested in motor vehicles and mechanical technology, then this Bachelor in Automotive Engineering course is for you.

B.Eng. Construction Engineering

Construction Engineering is a degree from Hamk University of Applied Sciences completed in English that provides construction engineers with good language skills and international know-how, making it possible to work anywhere in the world.

B.Eng. Environmental Chemistry and Technology

The degree programme in Environmental Chemistry and Technology from Centria University of Applied Sciences provides the student with a wide knowledge in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. You will get a holistic view on life-cycle thinking and material flows in industrial planning and other fields of society.

B.Eng. Electrical and Automation Engineering

The engineer knows how to utilise information and electrical technology in developing automation technology in new applications. Vehicles, shops, homes, industry, traffic control, and street lighting are examples of the most common applications of Electrical and Automation Engineering from Hamk University of Applied Sciences.