International Degree Programme in Science and Engineering, BSc (Tech)
Science and Engineering
|Head of the Degree Programme:||Esa Räsänen, Jari Nurmi|
|Faculty Secretary:||Minna Uusitalo|
|Study Coordinator:||Tiina Riihelä|
|-||After completion of the programme, the student
- understands the role of mathematics, physical sciences, and information and communications technology in the modern-day society and has the competence to follow the development and societal significance of his/her field
- knows the basics of the essential areas of mathematics and physics
- is able to apply skills in mathematical and physical modeling, computational methods and numerics to solve problems related to mathematics, physics and information and communications technology
- is able to use scientific methods to interpret information, draw conclusions and report on his/her findings
- has active language and intercultural communication skills and is able to communicate fluently in writing and verbally in English in the context of his/her field
- has the competence to apply his/her acquired knowledge and skills in working life and understands the demands of the Finnish working life as well as of international settings
- is prepared for professional development and lifelong learning
Common Core Studies, 82 cr
|-||The student possesses sufficient knowledge and skills in scientific and engineering subjects to be able to continue studies.
The student is able to use basic scientific methods in problem solving.
The student has the study skills and awareness required for developing his/her competence in his/her desired field.
The student is able to study and work both in Finnish and multicultural settings, and has the required language skills.
|ELT-10017 Signals and Measurements||5 cr||I|
|FYS-1216 Physics I||4 cr||I|
|FYS-1236 Physics II||4 cr||I|
|FYS-1286 Physics III||5 cr||I|
|FYS-1296 Physics IV||5 cr||I|
|KEB-61206 Chemistry for Engineers||4 cr||II|
|KIE-34156 Thesis Writing||3 cr||III|
|LTT-11107 Introduction to Academic Studies||4 cr||I|
|LTT-22106 Career Planning||2 cr||II|
|MAT-01166 Mathematics 1||5 cr||I|
|MAT-01266 Mathematics 2||5 cr||I|
|MAT-01366 Mathematics 3||5 cr||I|
|MAT-01466 Mathematics 4||4 cr||I|
|MAT-02506 Probability Calculus||4 cr||II|
|TIE-02107 Programming 1: Introduction||5 cr||I|
|TTA-11017 Basics of Industrial Management||5 cr||II|
|Student must select foreign language studies (of at least CEFR level A1)||9 cr|
Optional Compulsory Courses
Must be selected at least 4 credits of courses
|MAT-02456 Fourier Methods||4 cr||1||II|
|MAT-02656 Mathematics for Algorithms||4 cr||1||II|
Select 1 courses.
Choose one of the courses.
|Study block||Credit points|
|Information and Communications Technology||30 cr|
The student's major subject shall be the subject in which s/he writes the Bachelor's Thesis.
The student shall choose two minor subjects in her/his degree. One minor subject is a 30 credit study module chosen from among the major study modules. The other minor subject is a 20 credit study module. The 20 cr minor subject can be freely selected among the study modules available. Recommended study modules for the 20 cr minor subject are listed above.
Elective Studies, 0 cr
The student can freely select the courses which s/he wants to study. Recommended courses are for example courses complementing the student's major or minor subject studies or language courses.
The student does not have to include elective studies in her/his degree if the extent of the degree meets the minimum requirement of 180 cr without them.
Kandidaatintyö, 10 cr
|-||Upon completion of the Bachelor's thesis, the student:
- is able to retrieve, analyse and apply information from different sources,
- is able to produce a coherent and analytical piece of scientific work,
- possesses the skills to construct his/her work efficiently, and
- is able to give, receive and use constructive criticism.
|OPN-9156 Bachelor's Thesis||10 cr||III|
|TUT-8820 Proficiency Test for Bachelor's Thesis||0 cr||III|
The Bachelor's thesis is written as part of major subject studies in the Bachelor's degree. The student may write the thesis when s/he has taken at least 70 credits of common core studies and 20 credits in their major subject. In addition, the student must have an approved personal study plan.
The laboratories responsible for each major subject give detailed instructions on how to complete the thesis. The Bachelor's thesis includes taking the proficiency test. In addition, students completing the Bachelor's thesis are required to take part in the Bachelors Thesis Seminar.