Our engineering faculties offer BSc degree programs for the length of seven semesters. Out of 16 (BSc) undergraduate degrees, 8 (BSc) programs are offered in English language.
The programs focus on the scientific fundamentals, such as mathematics, physics, computing, mechanics, engineering, drawing, and chemistry, necessary requirements for chosen fields of engineering. The engineering faculties provide a thorough knowledge of practical engineering and depending on the faculty, offers opportunities for specialization. Each faculty divides their programs into branches with compulsory electives and optional elective subjects.
Depending on the BSc faculty, specializations may include; geo-informatics, corporate strategy, info-communication technologies, instrumentation and automation, IOT, embedded systems and robotics, big data, business intelligence, cloud service technologies, IT security, software design and development, environmental public administration, green energy, textiles and interiors and packaging.
Experimental work executed in well-equipped laboratory facilities are core components of the training.The hours of instruction range from 26 to 32 hours per week. Some variation occurs during the last semester when students work on final projects. Students typically take 5 – 6 exams each semester and are required to participate in active research and design within the project laboratories. This active research develops directed study, an ability to undertake independent research with little to no supervision.
Upon a successful completion of the curriculum and final projects, a student will be granted a BSc degree which certifies its holder’s competence to be engaged in either engineering production or in a technology-related field.