The Bachelor's phase lasts three years and is completed with a Bachelor’s final project (BEP). Each year is worth 60 credits, with each credit equivalent to 28 hours of study. A year is therefore 1680 hours of study, or 42 weeks of 40 hours.
The 1st year is designed to give the student insight into the contents of the rest of the study, subsequent studies and professional practice. It comprises basic courses (including Data analytics, Calculus, and Applied natural sciences) and various electrical engineering courses. There is also plenty of scope for Design Based Learning (DBL). Our department offers interesting DBL projects in the first year (e.g. 5XFA0 DBL Rock-your-Baby and 5XIB0 DBL Venus exploration) in which you will learn to solve electrical engineering problems through working in project teams.
In the 2nd and 3rd years you will explore Electrical Engineering in more depth and will have more time for elective courses.
USE = Course related to User Society and Enterprise
BEP = Bachelor’s final project; minimum 10 credits, expandible to 15 credits
Colors: blue = major course, pink = elective, orange = basic courses
Structure of the 3-year bachelor program for a student with a major in Electrical Engineering
The additional USE courses (15 ec) are part of the electives. Several labs and projects are integrated in the courses.
*It is possible to extend the Bachelor’s final project (BEP) to 15 ECTS (credits) by choosing the BEP Extension (5XED0).
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