Bachelor Programs in Engineering & Technology

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Engineering & Technology

Bachelor Engineering and Technology programs apply the disciplines of mathematics, science, economics, and social knowledge towards the building of systems, structures, machines, and devices. It also includes other fields such as computer science, information technology, electronics, telecommunications, civil engineering, marine technology, architecture, and materials science.

There are Bachelor Engineering and Technology programs located throughout the world at top rated academic institutions with a wide range of specialization areas. These programs teach you how to use the natural sciences in a way to solve complex and difficult tasks by incorporating theory and hands-on application. Professionals with Bachelor Engineering and Technology degrees are found in many industries such as science and technology, research, academia, engineering firms, computer science, corporations, and more.

Bachelor Engineering and Technology programs can give you the necessary skills and knowledge that can be used in a rewarding career, or continuation to postgraduate education. You can learn more about Bachelor Engineering and Technology programs by browsing the options below!

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BA or BS, Computer Science

Concordia University Chicago
Campus Full time 4 weeks January 2017 USA Chicago

When you earn your Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from Concordia-Chicago, you will have access to resources that go far beyond the classroom computer labs. [+]

Bachelors in Engineering & Technology. BA or BS, Computer Science When you earn your Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from Concordia-Chicago, you will have access to resources that go far beyond the classroom computer labs. The faculty here are professionals in the technology field and are constantly adapting to even the most rapid of computer and software advancements. From them, you will gain a solid foundation in both theory and hands-on practice, and will strengthen your analysis, problem-solving and communication skills. Computer Science Course Information The Computer Science program at Concordia-Chicago provides a theoretical and practical foundation that is hands-on and adaptable to rapid changes in the field. You will focus on hardware and operating systems, software engineering, database management, programming and troubleshooting, computer networks, application development such as for gaming and Android, iPhone, iPad, Windows phone and web development. Computer Science Major Opportunities As an added advantage, CUC also has an IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) student branch, which enables you to take part in international competitions such as the IEEE Xtreme 24-Hour Programming Competition and IEEE International Future Energy Challenge. You are also encouraged to submit papers to conferences to present your ideas. Many computer science majors gain experience in supporting computer users by working at CougarNet, Concordia-Chicago’s help desk for technical problems. Under the mentorship of experienced professionals, you can move into positions responsible for the installation and upgrading of software, troubleshooting and repairing computers, and working with databases throughout the University. Career Possibilities Network Consultant Technology Officer Information Officer Management Information Systems Director of Information Technology Project Manager Computer Programmer Systems Designer Facilities Manager Software Publisher Computer Scientists Support Specialists Systems Analyst Course Requirements Academic Entry Requirements Clear electronic copies of official academic certificates and transcripts with evidence of graduation from secondary school with official English translation. English Language Proficiency IELTS: minimum 6.0 or TOEFL: minimum 72 (internet-based) or equivalent. Please visit our website for full details. Other Documents Completed and signed application Copy of passport Foreign transcript evaluation* Proof of English language proficiency Declaration of finances/bank statement [-]

International Traffic Management (Engineering)

NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Breda

This English-taught professional bachelor's programme prepares you for a career in the international mobility industry. When you opt for International Traffic... [+]

International Traffic Management (Engineering)

This English-taught professional bachelor's programme prepares you for a career in the international mobility industry. When you opt for International Traffic Management, you will be trained for roles like mobility manager, mobility consultant, traffic researcher or traffic and transport planner.Figure it out

Will you be in charge of tomorrow’s mobility? Can you invent techniques to influence motorist behaviour? Can you design a new traffic safety campaign?

After your graduation at NHTV Breda, you are tomorrow’s mobility engineer with persuasive powers, and a vision and knowledge of engineering and technology!

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Bachelor in Management Information Systems

University of Tampa - Sykes College of Business
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Tampa

Management Information Systems (MIS) is a challenging field of study focused on integrating computer-based information technology solutions and business processes to meet the information needs of businesses and other enterprises. [+]

Management Information Systems (MIS) is a challenging field of study focused on integrating computer-based information technology solutions and business processes to meet the information needs of businesses and other enterprises. The computer-based information technology is viewed as an instrument for generating, processing and distributing information. While computers are the tool for this field, we equip students to be the real evaluators, creating efficiency and value within organizations.

Our graduates have a combination of strong technical and business skills, including oral and written communication, bridging the gap that often exists between business users of computer systems and technically-trained specialists. This combination of skills prepares our graduates to be leaders of the next generation of MIS professionals. It also feeds a demand for MIS professionals who are skilled in both computer technology and business. This demand is expected to grow rapidly in the next decade, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.... [-]


Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics

Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time August 2017 Finland Helsinki

Studying electronics in a truly multicultural environment in Metropolia gives you a perfect start towards an international career in a challenging and fast developing field of technology. The degree gives you a solid basis to work as an engineer anywhere in the world in various positions. [+]

Aims Studying electronics in a truly multicultural environment in Metropolia gives you a perfect start towards an international career in a challenging and fast developing field of technology. The degree gives you a solid basis to work as an engineer anywhere in the world in various positions. Subjects Your studies in the Degree Programme in Electronics include extensive core requirement studies in natural sciences and a diverse range of electronics professional studies. You can specialise in the following areas of electronics, among others: embedded systems, sensors, wireless telecommunications, and electronics and EMC. Professional qualifications are supplemented with project management, language and communication and IT studies. You will become familiar with intercultural aspects due to the multi-cultural study environment and student community. Career Prospects By studying electronics in Metropolia you can become an expert for example in designing and implementing wireless sensor systems for environmental control and energy efficient housing. As electronics engineer you will work for example as an electronics designer in a research laboratory with other specialists. You and your team design electronic circuits for different applications. You could also work in the factories manufacturing and testing devices. As an engineer you can be a manager running a team of specialists responsible for the manufacture. In this role the environmental issues are also strongly emphasized. As electronics engineer you can also work in the actual use, sales and marketing of the devices, since many of the devices are so complex that the deep knowledge of the engineer is needed in these activities. Studying electronics in Metropolia University of Applied Sciences gives you the keys to succeed in any of these interesting fields. Scholarships Per each degree programme it is agreed that 50% of the applicants coming outside EU / EEA countries, having the most successful results in the entrance examination, will receive a full exemption from the tuition fee in the first academic year. During the 2.-4. academic years, a scholarship covering 75% of the yearly tuition fee will be granted provided that the student has accrued: a minimum of 55 credits (ECTS) during the previous academic year (ending on 31st July​) in a Bachelor degree programme a minimum of 20 credits (ECTS) during the previous semester (autumn semester ending 31.12. and spring semester ending 31.7.) in a Master degree programme In years 2-4, the remaining 25% of a student’s tuition fee may be waived if the school determines that it is justified based on social, health, or other reasons. [-]

Bachelor of Naval Architecture - taught in Spanish

University of Veracruz - Universidad Veracruzana
Campus August 2017 Mexico Veracruz

Note: This Bachelor of Naval Architecture program is taught in Spanish only. La carrera de Ingeniería Naval fue la primera que existió en el país, es otra de las carreras que han logrado un prestigio importante dentro de la Universidad Veracruzana y fuera de ella, pues incluso algunos extranjeros vinieron a estudiar a Veracruz. [+]

Bachelors in Engineering & Technology. Faculty of Engineering Note: This Bachelor of Naval Architecture program is taught in Spanish only. Maritime transport brings more than 80% of international trade in goods, is seen an increase in demand for construction of tankers, gas carriers, bulk carriers, container etc .If we talk about energy resources, today, almost a third of the oil and a quarter of the natural gas consumed in the world come from underwater areas and this rush to offshore oil and gas exploration and exploitation is not about to end. Given these scenarios, this course was developed response to the demand for engineers who can design new ships and offshore structures. Naval Architecture is a multidisciplinary subject with a strong emphasis on engineering design and systems engineering on ships and offshore structures. Undergraduate students will possess knowledge and experience of the complete processes of conception, design, modeling, implementation of ships, marine installations and other complex systems, along with deep theoretical knowledge in related topics such as design, construction, repair, inspection, maintenance and management. Mission Naval Architecture as part of the University of Veracruz, is an academic program dedicated to scientific and technological development of Naval Architecture sciences and it applications in socio-economic development of the country; aims at training highly skilled professionals in the practical application of knowledge in the design, construction, repair, inspection and maintenance of all kinds of floating, self-propelled or not structures and their interaction with other related disciplines in different sectors, as economic, maritime and port. The undergraduates will be engaged socially and educated strongly in an environment of ethics and professional responsibility. Course content The undergraduate degree program is arranged to give the student a broad naval engineering education by requiring basic courses in the areas of structural mechanics, hydrodynamics, marine power systems, and marine dynamics. These courses cover engineering fundamentals and their application to the design and construction of marine vehicles and systems. Courses in marine structures deal with the design and analysis of marine vehicles and platforms including static strength, fatigue, dynamic response, safety, and production. Resistance, maneuvering, and seakeeping characteristics of bodies in the marine environment are the subject matter for courses in marine hydrodynamics. Marine power systems involve all the mechanical systems on a marine vehicle with particular emphasis on the selection and arrangement of the main propulsion system. In marine dynamics, the student studies the vibrations of marine structures and engines and the rigid body responses of the vessel to wind and waves. Career prospects The multidisciplinary character of naval engineering, and the structure and curriculum of the program, make the education relevant for careers in the maritime sector as well as in other fields.  The most common areas in the field of Naval Architecture for which our students work after graduation include: ship design, shipbuilding, offshore structure design, offshore structure building, yacht design, yacht building, naval combatant and support ships, small craft, coastal engineering, marine environmental engineering, shipping and transportation, fishing industry, and engineering support to ocean scientists. Extracurricular activities A number of our alumni had involved in the design and construction of human power submarine, to compete in international races .Others are integrated the sailing team. During the program are programed visits to national and international shipyards. The students assist to International conferences of SNAME, OTC and IPIN organization. [-]

Bachelor of Chemical Engineering

University of Delaware
Campus Part time 4 years September 2017 USA Newark

Chemical engineering deals with the physical, chemical and biological transformations of matter that are the basis for making useful products. With its emphasis on problem-solving skills, quantitative analysis and teamwork, a chemical engineering education provides an excellent foundation for future careers in medicine, law, business, consulting and management. [+]

Endless Career Opportunities Chemical engineering deals with the physical, chemical and biological transformations of matter that are the basis for making useful products. With its emphasis on problem-solving skills, quantitative analysis and teamwork, a chemical engineering education provides an excellent foundation for future careers in medicine, law, business, consulting and management. Our undergraduates benefit from the active research programs in the department. Ongoing cutting‑edge research ensures that the content of the undergraduate program is constantly renewed and maintained at a challenging technical level and that discovery learning is integrated into the program. In addition, our undergraduates can work with faculty and graduate students as research assistants, for pay or credit during the academic year or the summer months. More than 75% of our graduating seniors have participated in some type of research experience. Areas of study Biochemical and biomedical engineering New energy technology Catalysis and reactions Colloids and interfaces Environmental chemical engineering Systems biology Materials, polymers, and composites Thermodynamics; and transport and separations What’s special about this program? UD’s Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering is consistently ranked among the top ten chemical engineering departments in the US in most polls. Our objective is to cultivate graduates who will actively seek to provide technical, educational, public sector and/or business leadership in a rapidly changing, increasingly technological, global society and who recognize their professional responsibility toward the betterment of our community. Our faculty maintain an environment that enables students to identify and pursue their personal and professional goals within an innovative educational program that is rigorous and challenging as well as flexible and supportive. Get involved Alpha Omega Epsilon Deep Roots Outreach Program Engineers Without Borders National Society of Black Engineers Sigma Phi Delta Society for the Advancement of Materials and Processing Engineering Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Society of Women Engineers Tau Beta Pi American Institute of Chemical Engineers [-]

Bachelor of Architecture

NewSchool of Architecture and Design
Campus Full time 4 - 5 years

From teaching time-honored building traditions to sustainable and innovative technologies, the curriculum of this architecture bachelor degree program gives future architects the opportunity to earn a first professional degree accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). The Bachelor of Architecture will help students gain the education and credentials they need to pursue state licensure. Students will leave this program well-prepared for a position with an architecture or design firm. [+]

Bachelor of Architecture

From teaching time-honored building traditions to sustainable and innovative technologies, the curriculum of this architecture bachelor degree program gives future architects the opportunity to earn a first professional degree accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). The Bachelor of Architecture will help students gain the education and credentials they need to pursue state licensure. Students will leave this program well-prepared for a position with an architecture or design firm.

The traditional track takes five years to complete but dedicated students can choose to take an accelerated track which will allow them to complete their degree in four years. [-]

BSc in General Engineering

Technical University of Denmark - DTU
Campus Full time 6 semesters August 2017 Denmark Lyngby

The bachelor's programme (BSc) in General Engineering is a new international BSc programme at DTU. The programme gives you broad engineering competencies, a solid technical-scientific foundation, and a strong international profile that prepares you for a challenging career in a global labour market. The programme is offered for the first time in 2016. [+]

The bachelor's programme (BSc) in General Engineering is a new international BSc programme at DTU. The programme gives you broad engineering competencies, a solid technical-scientific foundation, and a strong international profile that prepares you for a challenging career in a global labour market. The programme is offered for the first time in 2016. International profile The programme gives you broad engineering competencies, a solid technical-scientific foundation, and a strong international profile that prepares you for a challenging career in a global labour market. The BSc is taught exclusively in English, and you will be part of an international study environment with students from all over the world. Design/build projects You will be working on design/build projects during all six semesters. A design/build project is a practice-oriented group project in which your team solves a specific problem, going through the problem-solving phases typically experienced by engineers. This ensures that you learn to adopt an engineering approach during the programme. During the fifth semester you can study abroad at another university or work on a project in a Danish company. Specializations From the second year onwards, you begin to specialize in one of the four research areas where DTU and the Danish business sector are strongly represented: Living Systems Cyber Systems Cyber Materials Future Energy Future perspectives With a BSc in General Engineering you can—depending on your choice of specialization—apply for admission to a number of MSc programmes at DTU or another university. Possibilities include Biotechnology, Computer Science and Engineering, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering, or Sustainable Energy. Study programme Technical-scientific undergraduate programme The General Engineering programme is a technical-scientific undergraduate study programme. At the beginning of the programme, you are required to take a number of mandatory courses such as mathematics, physics and chemistry and you will experience the engineering spirit through design/build projects. In the final part of the programme you will specialize in one of the subject areas ‘living systems’, ‘cyber systems’, ‘cyber materials’ or ‘future energy’. Depending on your choice of specialization, you can continue your studies on a wide range of MSc programmes at DTU or other universities or pursue a career internationally. Programme structure and content The programme’s first two semesters consist of mandatory courses. Emphasis is placed on the basic natural science courses mathematics, physics, and chemistry with a technical bias, and design/build projects. During the second and third semesters, you must also choose two of the four courses that introduce you to one of the study programme’s four areas of specialization. These will help you choose the direction for further specialization. Entry Requirements You can apply for the programme on the basis of a Danish qualifying exam, or an equivalent international exam. In addition to having a upper secondary education leaving exam, you must have specific levels in English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Students holding a Danish qualifying exam are required to have: English B Mathematics A Physics B and Chemistry B or Physics B and Biotechnology A or Geoscience A and Chemistry B Students holding an international qualifying exam are required to have levels equivalent to the above. Nordic students and holders of an IB please read these instructions. Students with other international exams can find the information in the Exambook made by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science. English B corresponds to the testscores below: IELTS 6.5 TOEFL internet-based 88 TOEFL paper-based 573 TOEFL computer-based 230 Pearson 59 Cost & fees Higher education in Denmark is provided free of charge for all EU/EEA citizens and for students participating in an exchange programme. All other students have to pay tuition. Admission & deadlines If you hold a Danish qualifying exam: 15 March (quota 2) or 5 July (quota 1) If you hold an international qualifying exam: 15 March *Please note that all non-EU/EEA applicants are required to pay an application fee of €100 [-]

Bachelor in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

HAN University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Arnhem

How can sustainable energy be generated more efficiently for the power grid? How can machines and devices be made smarter and more user-friendly? How can new technologies like the electric car and the e-step be further developed? Electrical engineers work on these kinds of challenges every day. [+]

Bachelors in Engineering & Technology. How can sustainable energy be generated more efficiently for the power grid? How can machines and devices be made smarter and more user-friendly? How can new technologies like the electric car and the e-step be further developed? Electrical engineers work on these kinds of challenges every day. Are you up for the challenge? The bachelors course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at HAN will give you the innovative edge that sets you apart from the rest. What can you expect? The bachelor course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is a 4-year full-time degree course that trains you to become a developer in one of two main fields: Industrial and Power Systems Embedded Systems Later in your career you can develop further in the field as a specialist, consultant or project manager. Motivated students from all over the world HAN's Bachelors course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering attracts motivated goal-oriented students like you from all over the world. Our study programme gives you the required theoretical and practical expertise together with necessary market information and insight to stay on top. Lecturers with experience in the field Our lecturers have worked as researchers and in commercial enterprise. Some are currently still working in the field, which ensures that you get the most up-to-date information and techniques! Career opportunities As an electrical engineer, you will be an independent professional equipped to work in different industrial settings. Some examples of international companies you could work for in the Netherlands: TenneT, one of Europe’s top five electricity transmission system operators Liander, a regional grid operator in the Netherlands NXP, Nedap or Thales, all Dutch companies operating internationally Course Overview Electrical and Electronic Engineering is the international and English-language equivalent of the degree course offered in Dutch. Except for the language of instruction, the two study programmes are identical in terms of both content and level. Introduction to electrical engineering In your 1st year, you will get an introduction to the wide field of electrical engineering. You will learn about fundamental theories and apply your new knowledge in small group projects, which deal with problems from the field. These projects help you to develop your problem-solving and communication skills. They also give insight into current issues that are relevant to professional practice. Putting your knowledge to work You will put your knowledge to work throughout the course. For example, during projects with students from other Engineering domains such as mechanical engineering and industrial design. And in your 3rd year you will further deepen your knowledge and experience by embarking on a 6-month work placement. The faculty has close ties with companies such as TenneT, Thales, NXP and more. You might do your work placement there, or at other companies in the field. Academic year The academic year starts in September and ends in June. It is spread over 42 weeks and is divided into two semesters each divided into two blocks. You take exams, write reports and give presentations at the end of each term. Your course instructors will evaluate your work each semester and advise you on your progress. They will also coach you so that you can achieve the best results possible. Academic progress Students can obtain a maximum of 60 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) credits per academic year. After the first year students must have gained 37.5 credits in order not to get a Binding Negative Study Advice (BNSA). A BNSA means that you cannot continue your studies in your Bachelor program. HAN is required to report to the Dutch Immigration and Naturalization Service (IND) on the BNSA of the students holding a residence permit for study purposes. This has consequences for your residence permit. Diploma Supplement A candidate who is awarded a diploma on completion of the final assessment, will receive an English-language Diploma Supplement. The Diploma Supplement is set up in accordance with the format determined by HAN's Governing Board and with the additional regulations determined by the Board of Examiners and/or faculty management. A Diploma Supplement includes the name and signature of the president of the Board of Examiners and an official HAN University of Applied Sciences stamp. The Board of Examiners ensures that a copy of the Diploma Supplement is filed and kept indefinitely. [-]

Bachelor of Games Development

SAE Institute UAE
Campus Full time 2 - 3 years September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

Undertake the Bachelor of Games Development at SAE and build your expertise in programming or games design. Apply skills and knowledge in this exciting industry in areas such as level design, social and mobile game development, game engine programming, gameplay programming, game design, project management, serious games and much more. [+]

COURSE OVERVIEW Undertake the Bachelor of Games Development at SAE and build your expertise in programming or games design. Apply skills and knowledge in this exciting industry in areas such as level design, social and mobile game development, game engine programming, gameplay programming, game design, project management, serious games and much more. During your time at SAE you will work with industry standard software such as Unreal Engine 4, Unity3D, Autodesk 3D Studio Max and Maya. As a student in Games Development you will also work with technologies such as Oculus Rift, Android, iOS and use industry standard programming languages such as C++, Javascript and C#. You will undertake specialised units designed for students to participate in real-world projects under the guidance of expert SAE staff. With this unique teaching style, you will demonstrate your skills and technical knowledge in a collaborative and creative studio-based learning environment. Your Studies: Each degree program is broken up into discrete stages, each designed to promote different skills. Stage I – Foundational Skills Development In Stage I, you will undertake a number of foundational units which will give you the essential technical skills and knowledge not only relevant to your discipline area, but also give you the skills required to collaborate with other creative media students and professionals in later stages of the program. Gameplay Scripting and Gameplay Programming Level Design and Development Principles of Game Design Project Management and Professional Etiquette Critical and creative thinking Contemporary industry overview Stage II – Interdisciplinary Projects, Media and Cultural Studies In Stage II you will be working in simulated project groups where you are working towards large scale deliverables each trimester. Within Stage II we will not only get you to apply your Stage I skills in a deeper context, but help you work within the contemporary creative media workforce. In Stage II we show you how your work contributes to and interacts with broader culture and media practice. This knowledge will enable you to work with a variety of other disciplines and artists and expand your potential on the global stage. You will complete a number of real-world projects with students not only in your own discipline, but in all other SAE disciplines. In Stage II, you will be given the opportunity to work as project specialists within the following areas. The types of projects and project roles you choose to undertake will determine what area of specialisation you fall within. Stage II has two studio modules with projects based on the following areas; Games Programming The SAE Games Programming degree is a highly focused program which delves deep into game-play and game engine programming. You will build your skills in existing software packages and frameworks such as Unreal Engine and Unity, using these to build your technical skillset and develop your own game tools, libraries and engines. You will enhance your knowledge of C++ and object-oriented programming to build complex games and tools. Throughout the program, you will be working with students from all other disciplines to build a rich and high quality portfolio of work. Games Design In the Game Design specialisation you will work on a range of projects with your peers and SAE Facilitators which will build your skills and knowledge within the diverse scope of Game Design. During the program you will be able to pursue all facets of Game Design such as level design, systems design, economy design, combat and AI design, balancing, player psychology and much more. Best of all, we will give you the tools you need to be able to articulate design ideas into real working games. You will also explore complex artistic ideas that lead to original, personal games that are artistically meaningful to you. Work alongside other like-minded students and staff from all SAE disciplines to build a massive portfolio of projects. Stage III Stage III is the final part of your studies. Here you will undertake an interdisciplinary project of your choice to be the final and most ambitious portfolio project that you will undertake. You will also finalise your studies by undertaking an elective module and completing a compulsory internship. By the time you graduate, you will have; a professional online presence that you will have begun building at the start of the program, a wide range of interdisciplinary projects present in your portfolio, and a deeper understanding of the creative media fields and real-world experience. Upon graduating from the programming or game design specialisation, you will have significant experience working in simulated production environments. You will have learnt industry standard workflow and product lifecycle. You will have a portfolio of game projects used to to either begin your own startup or build your professional practice further. Students in the programming specialisation will have a range of portfolio projects which demonstrate an applied knowledge of C++ in the context of game-play programming and game engine programming. You will also have a demonstrated knowledge of building tools for game engines in languages like C#. Game design students will graduate with a strong technical understanding of game development pipeline and tools such as Unity, UDK, 3D Studio Max and Maya. Game design students will have the opportunity to engage in a diverse range of skills including visual arts, audio, story or character development and to explore artistic visions for what games could be. Designers will practice the creative development of games, working to be original, expressive and innovative. YOU WILL LEARN C++ programming Middleware packages Game play programming Game engine programming Tools development Game design Game psychology Working prototype development 3D pipeline Level development Maths, statistics and logic YOUR LEARNING EXPERIENCE Learn advanced-level industry-standard C++ programming language with a specialised focus on games development. Use industry-standard middleware and development packages such as Havoc, Direct X, Ogre, OpenGL, UDK, Unity, and many more. Experience a course designed in collaboration with industry partners, develop the skills the games industry wants. Learn game play programming, game engine programming and tools development – you will be able to develop your own engines from the ground up and create your own tools including importers/exporters and scene managers. Learn the design and technical skills to be able to articulate and implement high-level games concepts – these are key professional attributes required by the games industry and often not addressed in other HE games courses. Develop high-level skills in games design, programming, 3D pipeline, games psychology, and working prototypes – learn how to make your ideas a reality. Start making games in your first trimester. Work with artists, designers, web and mobile developers, film makers, animators and audio specialists. CAREER OPTIONS Game designer Level designer Analysts Systems designer Game economy designer Simulation specialists Community managers EMPLOYERS SAE games graduates have been involved with many outstanding creative media companies, including: Ubisoft Gameloft Halfbrick LAI Games Krome Sega Studios Australia THQ 100% Indie Two Bulls Appster Current Circus TrickStar Games Gentrack Torus Games. Serious Games Institute Firemonkeys Australian Institute of Mining and Construction KEY FACTS DURATION(S): 2 Years Accelarated! 3 Years Full Time INTAKES: Jan 2017 NEXT INTAKE: Enrol By: 22 Jan 2017 Start Date: 22 Jan 2017 End Date: 31 Dec 2019 COURSE TYPE: Bachelor ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Minimum Age Students seeking admission to SAE must be at least 17 years of age at the time of application. Academic requirements Applicants must have successfully completed secondary studies (high school) or have completed the SAE Dubai Foundation course. Applicants must meet English language requirements as outlined below. English language requirements International students need to provide additional evidence of language skills including one of the following: International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with a band score of at least 6, or equivalent, OR Completion of Year 12 English at an Australian secondary school or college, or equivalent. [-]

BEng (Hons) Manufacturing Systems Engineering

The Sino-British College
Campus Full time 4 weeks September 2017 China Shanghai

This course provides a programme of study, which develops core knowledge, and understanding of engineering principles, mathematics, and computation, appropriate to the field of manufacturing engineering. It will enable you to develop specialist knowledge, intellectual and practical skills that will enable you to analyse, investigate and develop robust solutions to manufacturing engineering problems. [+]

Bachelors in Engineering & Technology. BEng (Hons) Manufacturing Systems Engineering Year 2 Pathways: Mechanical Engineering-related 2+2s (1+2s) Please refer to the Course Search section for more 2+2 (1+2) options. *International Students who have sufficient Academic and English language requirements may be exempt from taking the foundation year and complete the degree in only 3 Years. This degree course is offered by the Liverpool John Moores University and delivered at SBC. BEng (Hons) "with Management" Option These two BEng (Hons) engineering programmes are designed to deliver the initial educational requirements for a professional engineer together with an appropriate range of transferable and management skills. Both awards may further be selected on a “with Management” option, which provides a changed final year including a Strategic Management module and a management themed Engineering Project, if desired. What is this course about? This course provides a programme of study, which develops core knowledge, and understanding of engineering principles, mathematics, and computation, appropriate to the field of manufacturing engineering. It will enable you to develop specialist knowledge, intellectual and practical skills that will enable you to analyse, investigate and develop robust solutions to manufacturing engineering problems. You will develop relevant study and personal skills to become an independent learner, while receiving appropriate tutoring and support. You will also be equipped with a range of transferable skills and attributes in the use of computers, software packages, team working, communication, time management and problem solving methodology which will enable you to undertake responsible roles in industry and commerce. You may study the full degree at SBC in Shanghai to receive the Liverpool John Moores University degree certificate (4+0/3+0). Alternatively, you may study partly in Shanghai and partly in the UK, and receive a degree certificate from one of the nine SBC partner universities in Mechanical Engineering-related areas (3+1/2+1, 2+1+1/1+1+1, 2+2/1+2). What are the special features of this course? The course is designed to prepare students for their future careers, by providing them with the initial educational requirements of a professional engineer, together with a suitable range of transferable and management skills appropriate to the discipline. This will enable graduates to operate effectively in their initial professional role and provide a strong basis for future career development. What will I learn? The first year comprises the Year 1 English for Academic Purposes (EAP) programme, which is designed to give you the necessary skills in all 4 language areas (reading, writing, listening and speaking). You will practise these skills by expressing your ideas in spoken or written form, taking part in academic discussions, taking effective lecture notes and giving oral presentations. This is carefully integrated with the content modules in Physics and Mathematics to fully prepare you for years 2-4 of the degree. In the second year, you will be introduced to the core modules in area of mechanical engineering, including Mechanical Principals, Dynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Mechanics of Materials and Structures. You will also learn computer programming by using C/C++ programming languages and Mechatronics which teaches you necessary understanding for integrating your mechanical designs into the industrial environment. In addition, Mathematics tailored for Engineering students will continue to be studied. Therefore, in Part I (Years 1 and 2) study students will be provided with the basics of the chosen subject that are required for the advanced study in Part II (Years 3 and 4). In the third year at SBC, core modules for this course include Manufacturing Technology, Manufacturing and the Environment, Automation, Engineering Problem Solution, Measurement and Control, Product Testing and Verification as well as Advanced Mathematics. Other modules specialised in mechanical engineering include Engineering Graphics and Design, Computer Aided Design and Manufacture, and Materials and Processes. In the fourth year at SBC, you will be required to complete modules including Industrial Automation, Project Management, Risk and Reliability, Quality Systems, Strategic Manufacturing, Advanced Materials and Processing, and High Precision Manufacture. An important part of the fourth year is an individual engineering project. In addition to the Manufacturing Systems Engineering degree with Liverpool John Moores University, a wide range of degree subjects in the area of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering are available to students who choose to complete their degree study in the UK after two years study in Shanghai, including Mechanical and Marine Engineering, Automotive Engineering and Mechanical Engineering with Industrial Management. International students may also choose to study Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical with Nuclear Engineering, Medical Engineering, Aircraft Engineering with Pilot Studies and Energy Engineering etc. For information regarding the third and fourth years study in other universities in the UK, please refer to the website of the university that you choose for study abroad. How will I learn? A range of delivery styles are incorporated into the course. You will attend lectures which are heavily supported by small-group tutorial work, led by academic staff and you will be encouraged to develop your thoughts and ideas. Delivery is interactive in a number of ways. Many modules make significant use of our Blackboard, where online learning resources can be accessed to support your work and to fit in with your personal workload scheduling. How will I be assessed? Your knowledge and understanding will usually be assessed via a combination of examinations and coursework. Certain subjects may be assessed by other means, such as through a portfolio of work. In addition, there is a final year project. This allows you to work independently and contributes substantially to the final award. Can I receive support for career development? SBC has an established Centre of Career Service and Student Development, which runs tailor-made skill training courses and helps students to recognise their own potential and plan their future. SBC cooperates with a broad range of Multinational Corporate Partners including Fortune 500 companies. Students will have unique opportunities for internship placements and attending training programmes during their duration of study at SBC. Where can I find a job? Manufacturing Systems Engineers are employed to support both sales and marketing, as well as reaching positions of technical, managerial and commercial leadership. Positions in both small and large companies require both a good technical understanding and strong interpersonal skills. Manufacturing Systems Engineering is widely recognised by employers as a degree meeting these requirements. This also enables graduates to be employed by consultancies, government bodies and public utilities. [-]

Bachelor in Computer Engineering

West Virginia University | Institute of Technology
Campus Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 USA Montgomery + 1 more

The course of study leading to the Bachelors of Science in Computer Engineering is a practice-oriented curriculum. We have outstanding state-of-the-art undergraduate lab facilities open for instruction and hands-on applications. Students will gain a solid foundation in the underlying principles reinforced through practical experience so that graduates are effective workers immediately after graduation. [+]

Why study computer engineering at WVU Tech? Our ABET-accredited program features a practice-oriented curriculum and offers small classes with hands-on learning opportunities. The department features state-of-the-art lab facilities with nearly $500,000 worth of modern equipment that is easily accessible to students. Students have many experiential learning opportunities, including co-op, internships and undergraduate research projects. Graduates have a solid foundation in the underlying principles, reinforced through practical experience, that make them effective workers immediately after graduation. Students that enjoy mathematics, science, computers, robotics or programming tend to enjoy this program. Students entering this program should take as many mathematics and science courses as possible in high school. In addition, students would benefit from extracurricular experiences such as robotics, design competitions, science clubs and scouting activities. What does a degree in computer engineering at WVU Tech offer? Our program covers the fundamentals of computer engineering, including the design of digital systems with modern devices such as microprocessors, VLSI circuits and field-programmable gate arrays to fulfill the needs of larger systems used in communications, controls and power systems. We offer rigorous instruction that provides a solid foundation for graduate school, including knowledge of mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science, and basic engineering principles. What opportunities are available for graduates? Graduates are able to pursue careers with nationally competitive starting salaries in industry and with government agencies. Many of these jobs involve design, fieldwork, maintenance or new project development in hardware and/or software. Companies that have hired our graduates include the FBI, National Security Agency, Joint Warfare Analysis Center, Navair, Naval Surface Weapons Center and Dominion Power. Several alumni have pursued graduate studies in engineering or business. The course of study leading to the Bachelors of Science in Computer Engineering is a practice-oriented curriculum. We have outstanding state-of-the-art undergraduate lab facilities open for instruction and hands-on applications. Students will gain a solid foundation in the underlying principles reinforced through practical experience so that graduates are effective workers immediately after graduation. Computer engineers design digital systems with modern devices such as microprocessors, VLSI circuits and FPGAs to fulfill the needs of larger systems used in communications, controls and power systems. These microprocessors can range from the smallest chip found in greeting cards to the dual core/hyperthreaded/massively parallel processors found in the world’s most sophisticated computers. There are as many microprocessors as there are people on Earth and they are found everywhere – microwave ovens, washing machines, hubs and routers, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and some cars may have several of them performing various tasks at once. Even modern cell phones are sophisticated digital systems with millions of lines of programming. Applications in computer engineering include communications, control systems, military and entertainment. The study of computer engineering can be likened to Legos – the individual parts are easy to understand and put together, but the end results can be large, elaborate and sometimes spectacular. Our program in computer engineering introduces the students to these basic building blocks (called gates and flip-flops) and shows how they can be put together to make useful devices and systems. Program Educational Objectives Program graduates will be able to accomplish one or more of the following objectives: Professional Practice – Computer engineering graduates will be successful in professional practice in engineering. Post-graduate Education – Computer engineering graduates will be successful in pursuing advanced education. Advancement – Computer engineering graduates will successfully advance in their careers. Student Learning Outcomes The department has established the following program outcomes for electrical engineering students: Engineering Science Students will attain an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering. Students will also be able to: Use calculus Solve differential equations Use transforms Apply principles of physics (such as Newton’s or Kirchhoff’s laws) Apply principles of operations of electronic devices (such as op-amps and transistors) Apply the concepts of logic and binary arithmetic to digital systems. Engineering Experimentation Students will attain an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data. Students will also be able to: Use protoboards to assemble circuits Set up power supplies, digital multimeters, function generators and oscilloscopes to activate circuits and to determine circuit quantities. Use regression to fit data to a curve. Compare measured results to theoretically calculated results. Determine if a circuit or system is working correctly. Fix a circuit or system if it is not working correctly. Engineering Design Students will attain an ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability constraints. Students will also be able to: Design a circuit involving basic electronic components such as resistors, capacitors, inductors, op-amps, transistors and logic gates. Design a system with digital circuits. Design a system with multiple interacting circuits. Design a complex system with multiple circuits while satisfying numerous requirements and constraints. Teamwork Students will attain an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams and be able to: Work in groups of two or three on laboratory assignments. Work together in a group on a major project. Formulate a “working agreement” for a design team and evaluate how well the team adhered to this agreement. Problem Solving Students will attain an ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems. Students will also be able to: Solve circuits problems with DC, steady-state AC and transient conditions. Solve problems in the major sub-disciplines of electrical engineering: signals and systems, communications, control systems, energy conversion and power systems, electromagnetic fields, electronics, digital systems and computers. Engineering Ethics Students will attain an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility and be able to: Understand the tenants of professional codes of ethics. Apply ethical considerations to realistic problems. Understand and put into practice appropriate safety measures. Effective Communication Students will attain an ability to communicate effectively and be able to: Write technical reports. Give oral presentations with PowerPoint slides. Impact of Engineering Students will attain the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context. Students will be able to explain the impact of an engineering solution, development or endeavor on some aspect of society or the environment. Life-long Learning Students will engage in life-long learning and be able to: Understand the need for continuous learning. Do research on components, devices and/or systems. Do research on engineering concepts and techniques. Learn new topics outside of class. Contemporary Issues Students will attain a knowledge of contemporary issues and be able to: Understand some of the issues facing society related to electrical engineering. Remain knowledgeable in news items related to electrical engineering. Modern Tools Students will learn to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice and be able to: Use the PC in laboratory situations. Use MATLAB. Use PSpice. Use Microsoft Office Products such as Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Use the test equipment in the Circuits Lab. Use advanced equipment. [-]

Bachelor in Computer Information Technology

Oral Roberts University
Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2017 USA Tulsa

The computer information technology major trains students to apply the fundamental principles of computer science as they learn how to design, develop, implement, operate and maintain computer systems utilized in scientific, business and systems programming applications. [+]

The computer information technology major trains students to apply the fundamental principles of computer science as they learn how to design, develop, implement, operate and maintain computer systems utilized in scientific, business and systems programming applications. Students employ acquired computer skills and knowledge to the solution of real-world problems within the context of a Christian worldview. The computer information technology major is designed to provide: - An appreciation for the impact of the computer on modern-day society - A valuable tool for use in any discipline - Training for employment in the rapidly expanding computer industry - The background necessary for graduate work in computer science ... [-]


Bachelor of Computer Science

Lakeland University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Plymouth

Work with a Faraday Cage. Learn to stay a step ahead of cyber criminals. Experiment with a 3D printer and robotics. Refurbish scrapped computers in our lab. Lakeland's computer science program is an all-encompassing foray into the ever-changing world of computers and how they work. Here, you won't focus on just programming, database or system analysis. You'll learn it all, with multiple classes that span all... [+]

Work with a Faraday Cage. Learn to stay a step ahead of cyber criminals. Experiment with a 3D printer and robotics. Refurbish scrapped computers in our lab. Lakeland's computer science program is an all-encompassing foray into the ever-changing world of computers and how they work. Here, you won't focus on just programming, database or system analysis. You'll learn it all, with multiple classes that span all disciplines. “As a computer science student at Lakeland, you don't have to specialize,” says Cynthia Lindstrom, assistant professor of computer science, who has a doctorate in computing and information technology and has more than 20 years of corporate computer science experience. “In fact, you can't specialize here. You will be a generalist; you will know a little bit about everything. And that's what businesses are looking for today.” Land with a big company Recent Lakeland College computer science graduates have landed jobs at Briggs & Stratton and General Electric in Milwaukee, Kohler Co. in Kohler and The Manitowoc Company in Manitowoc, among many others. In addition, Lindstrom says, internships are a regular part of the program. “One of the best things students can put on their résumés is that they have actually worked, hands-on, with many of the companies in our area. We have numerous internships going on every term and during the summer, and we try to get our students internships that match their interests.” Computer Science at Lakeland One of Lakeland's newer and most popular classes is forensics, which involves the discovery and recovery of data – often as it relates to crime and cybercrime. This type of expertise is more and more valued, particularly in the areas of law enforcement and corporate law. That's where a Faraday Cage comes in. In a Faraday Cage, a computer is shielded from Wi-Fi signals and therefore can't be accessed or tampered with remotely. It's called a “computer seizure.” Information can't be retrieved or erased. It's a vital tool in legal cases and the use of a Faraday Cage allows computer evidence to hold up in court. “Companies expect our graduates to know how to prevent cybercrime,” says Lindstrom. “Forensics is a fun course and the students love it.” Recent Grads, Real Careers Listed below are just some of the careers Lakeland College computer science students from recent graduating classes have landed: IT assistant, Saco Polymers Programmer, Acuity Software QA engineer, JDA Systems analyst, GE Healthcare Quality technician, Eclipse Manufacturing Developer, Dynamic Inc. Lab assistant, Aerotech Technologist, Chevron IT help desk analyst, Orion Energy Systems IT support, Hudson Shipping Business analyst, The Manitowoc Company Listed below are some of the internships that Lakeland College students have landed during their stay at Lakeland College: Joe Van Horn Chevrolet - Plymouth, Wis. Lakeland College IT department - Sheboygan, Wis. Sauk County MIS Department - Baraboo, Wis. Computer Science Major Requirements CPS 200 - Programming I CPS 210 - Database Basics CPS 212 - Programming II CPS 362 - Introduction to Data Structures CPS 442 - Data Management, Warehousing, and Mining CPS 445 - Systems Analysis and Design (WI) MAT 250 - Discrete Mathematics [-]

Bachelor of Interactive Technologies

SAE Institute Australia
Campus Full time 2 years June 2017 Australia Brisbane

The Bachelor of Interactive Technologies creates graduates who can use technology (both hardware and software) to solve a diverse range of real world problems creatively and efficiently. [+]

Bachelors in Engineering & Technology. The Bachelor of Interactive Technologies creates graduates who can use technology (both hardware and software) to solve a diverse range of real world problems creatively and efficiently. Students will be taught a mixture of contemporary design and project management processes, tools for building and articulating design ideas such as 3D printing, human computer interaction, agile project management, mechatronics and web & mobile programming. Throughout the duration of the program, students will be expected to work with their peers, faculty and industry mentors to build physical prototypes from day one of the program to solve a range of diverse problems. This program is about creating design literate graduates for emerging creative industries. You will undertake specialised units designed for students to participate in real-world projects under the guidance of expert SAE staff. With this unique teaching style, you will demonstrate your skills and technical knowledge in a collaborative and creative studio-based learning environment. Your Studies: Each degree program is broken up into discrete stages, each designed to promote different skills. Stage I – Foundational Skills Development In Stage I, you will undertake a number of foundational units which will give you the essential technical skills and knowledge not only relevant to your discipline area, but also give you the skills required to collaborate with other creative media students and professionals in later stages of the program. Introduction to programming Introduction to scripting 3D printing and prototyping Industrial design and computer aided design Rapid prototyping and agile project management Project management and professional etiquette Critical and creative thinking Contemporary industry overview Stage II – Interdisciplinary Projects, Media and Cultural Studies In Stage II you will be working in simulated project groups where you are working towards large scale deliverables each trimester. Within Stage II we will not only get you to apply your Stage I skills in a deeper context, but help you work within the contemporary creative media workforce. In Stage II we show you how your work contributes to and interacts with broader culture and media practice. This knowledge will enable you to work with a variety of other disciplines and artists and expand your potential on the global stage. You will complete a number of real-world projects with students not only in your own discipline, but in all other SAE disciplines. In Stage II, you will be given the opportunity to work as project specialists within the following areas. The types of projects and project roles you choose to undertake will determine what area of specialisation you fall within. Stage II has three studio modules with projects based on the following areas; Studio 1 Studio 1 examines the core technical aspects of using computer technologies as the nucleus for processing and controlling a range of input and output devices. These core technical skills will be demonstrated in a range of practical contexts, culminating in real-world physical prototypes. A range of programming languages and software applications will facilitate the interconnectivity of input and output devices that form the basis of real-world physical prototypes. The ability to assimilate and interface a broad set of hardware and software is key to practices in interactive technologies. Studio 2 Studio 2 takes prototyping in industrial design to the next step - publicly facing, reusable and durable installations. By creating publicly facing installations and/or interactive products, students will be able to explore the process of collecting data and evaluating metrics to inform review of their creative solutions. Studio 3 Studio 3 is an exploration of ubiquitous computing which places mobility, design elegance and ultimately human need at the forefront of the design process. Experimentation and engagement with credible futurist materials drives the product development process. The goal of Studio 3 is to create a practical and durable product which ultimately improves the quality of life for a specific target demographic. Stage III Stage III is the final part of your studies. Here you will undertake an interdisciplinary project of your choice to be the final and most ambitious portfolio project that you will undertake. You will also finalise your studies by undertaking an elective module and completing a compulsory internship. By the time you graduate, you will have; a professional online presence that you will have begun building at the start of the program, a wide range of interdisciplinary projects present in your portfolio, and a deeper understanding of the creative media fields and real-world experience. Upon graduating the Bachelor of Interactive Technologies, you will have developed real-world experience of 3D printing and product design by interconnecting software with hardware electronic devices that manipulate control data for the operation of these 3D products, which target the Internet of Everything as a market. [-]