Bachelor of Science Degrees in Engineering Design

Compare 2 Bachelors of Science in Engineering Design

Engineering Design

Students interested in a science-related field may choose to pursue a Bachelor of Science (BSc). This undergraduate degree generally takes three to five years to complete and will provide students with a mathematical or science focused background of a particular subject. It will give them the expertise and experience necessary to excel in their particular field of study.

What is a BSc in Engineering Design? This program’s focus is placed on preparing students for engineering design careers where they will use CAD applications. They may be taught technical design skills in order to further the development of products. Students in this program will also learn how to balance aspects of design such as aesthetics, function, market focuses, ethical and legal issues, and engineering economics. Project-based learning will help enhance a student’s analytical and problem-solving skills and give them the hands-on experience they need. CAD instruction may be used to further develop an individual’s engineering design skills.

There are several benefits that graduates with a BSc in Engineering Design can experience. For instance, they will now have the skills and knowledge necessary for them to be well prepared for their careers. They will prove to be very useful and valuable in their field.

The cost of earning a BSc in Engineering Design will be different from location to location. To better understand and assess the costs, contact the school you wish to attend. This will also help you determine if their program suits your needs.

Earning this degree will make graduates valuable to employers. They can expect to work as project leaders, design drafters, product designers and design technicians for a variety of industries such as government agencies, service providers and food processors. Other career choices may lead graduates to working in product development, research, or patent development.

Taking courses online gives local and international students the opportunity for flexibility. To learn more, search for your program below and contact directly the admissions office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Bachelor in Design and Drafting Technology

University of Central Missouri
Campus Full time 4 years September 2018 USA Warrensburg

Design and Drafting Technology prepares individuals for technical positions leading to design and management opportunities in industry. [+]

BScs in Engineering Design. Design and Drafting Technology prepares individuals for technical positions leading to design and management opportunities in industry. Why choose Design and Drafting Technology at UCM? This is the only four-year baccalaureate Design and Drafting Technology program in the country accredited by the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering. UCM's CADD facilities house more than 80 computers for students and are among the most technologically advanced in the Midwest. CADD labs are equipped with the latest workstations housing the most up-to-date software. What will I study? You will gain a broad-based background in CADD and elect an area of specialization tailored to your career goals. The areas of specialization include: Mechanical (Product/Machine) Design, Architectural/Structural, Mechanical, Electrical and Piping/ Plumbing Systems, Civil/GIS, and Computer Graphics. Courses include: Civil Drafting Computer Graphics Structural Drafting Technical Illustration What can I do with a degree in Design and Drafting Technology? 3-D Renderer-Designer Car body designer Roller Coaster Designer Golf Course Designer How can I get involved outside the classroom? At UCM, we value an engaging learning experience that includes student involvement and service-learning projects. In Design and Drafting Technology, there are several opportunities to be involved: American Design Drafting Association American Institute of Building Design [-]

BSc Engineering Design and Technology

Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Campus Full time 7 semesters September 2018 Hungary Budapest

Budapest University Of Technology And Economics was founded in 1782 under the name of Institutum Geometrico-Hydrotechnicum and has been the top higher education institution of Hungary. It also has well-established international reputation. [+]

Budapest University Of Technology And Economics was founded in 1782 under the name of Institutum Geometrico-Hydrotechnicum and has been the top higher education institution of Hungary. It also has well-established international reputation. The foundation of the effectiveness of the university is the devoted educational activities of our professors and the hard work and enthusiasm of our students. These values ensure the stability and continuity of education, scientific research and technological development at the institution. Students who feel talented and skilled may join various development projects already during their university years. When they continue their studies from the basic degree to the Masters qualifications we aim at fine-tuning their knowledge and skills so that it is ensured that they become excellent development and research engineers. Those who wish to proceed with their scientific studies may join PhD courses, which will provide sound basis and guiding framework to reach their professional targets. All these opportunities ensure that the University of Technology has become one of the leading research universities of Hungary and is well-known for its scientific results abroad. It is also important that young people joining our programmes should not only become excellent professionals but educated persons in the widest sense. At the university there are various opportunities for intellectual activities and professors tend to convey not only professional skills but also their attitudes, values and viewpoints that may enrich students’ perceptions. 1st semester, Fall Compulsory English I. BMEGT63A301 2 0/4/0 p Descriptive Geometry BMETE90AX06 3 1/2/0 e Introduction to Mechanical... [-]