A BSc (Bachelor of Science) is an academic degree that combines general coursework with specialized classes that prepare students with the knowledge and skills to begin a career. A degree can be earned in a variety of subjects and takes an average of four years to complete.
Engineering is the process of designing, inventing, building and maintaining machines, structures, tools and other things that are a part of daily life. This is done by combining knowledge of empirical evidence, mathematics and global awareness.
The basic characteristic of Austrian higher education system is a four-year course. After completion of undergraduate degree, the university often have scholarships for those students who may want to further studies to master’s and even to doctorate levels.
Top Bachelor of Science Programs in Engineering Studies in Austria 2018
Natural resources are omnipresent – from civil engineering to optical fibres. Mineral resources are the basis of modern industrial society. [+]
BSc in Mineral Resources Engineering
Natural resources are omnipresent – from civil engineering to optical fibres.
Mineral resources are the basis of modern industrial society. The demand is constantly rising. The exploitation of mineral resources as well as their processing and subsequent treatment to building materials, metallic materials, refractory materials, ceramics and glass, for instance, are interesting challenges. The subsurface construction projects for an improvement of infrastructure (traffic, energy, supply and disposal, etc.), especially in congested urban areas, are also of great importance.
The undergraduate program Mineral Resources Engineering has a foreseen time span of 7 semesters and imparts efficient education in the fundamentals of natural sciences during the first 4 semesters. The next 3 semesters provide skills in the engineering basics of mining, mineral processing, building materials and ceramics and tunnelling.... [-]
The bachelor degree programme Applied Chemistry is the direct answer to the changing demand profile towards professionals in the chemical field. The practical focus of the study programme caters to the emerging needs of the industry. [+]
The bachelor degree programme Applied Chemistry is the direct answer to the changing demand profile towards professionals in the chemical field. The practical focus of the study programme caters to the emerging needs of the industry.
Rapid technological advances and the advent of Industry 4.0 mean that today’s chemical industry professionals require additional skills. An in-depth knowledge of chemistry is still essential, but employers also expect expertise in process analysis and process management due to the wider application of networked IT systems.
Chemometrics and related computer-assisted analysis of large volumes of data (big data analysis) are becoming key aspects of quality assurance and online process optimization (online analytics). In the pharmaceuticals industry, API synthesis, in silico studies and molecular modeling are crucial for efficient drug design.... [-]