Aalto Bachelor's Programme in Science and Technology
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Aalto Bachelor's Programme in Science and Technology is jointly organized by the School of Science, the School of Chemical Engineering, the School of Electrical Engineering, and the School of Engineering. The programme is coordinated by the School of Science. There are five study options available in the programme:
- Chemical Engineering
- Computational Engineering
- Data Science
- Digital Systems and Design
- Quantum Technology
The Bachelor's programme is the only programme in the field of science and technology at Aalto University that offers bachelor's degree studies entirely in English. The programme covers a range of scientific disciplines centered around engineering, science, and mathematics.The aims of the programme is to equip students with an interdisciplinary skillset that allows them to approach new problems with creative problemsolving attitude and develop innovative solutions. Additionally, the programme prepares students for advanced studies in engineering, science, and mathematics, so that graduates of the programme will be well-equipped to pursue Masters-level studies
This site contains the study guide for the bachelor’s programme with materials and instructions on all the majors available in the programme. Here you will find the programme curriculum as well as detailed guidelines for planning your studies.
If you are interested in applying for the programme, please visit our website for admissions.
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Chemical Engineering, Bachelor of Science (Technology), Master of Science (Technology)
Local and global challenges caused by global warming, pandemic events, or over consumption are becoming more and more complex and urgent. Interdisciplinary actions are needed to solve them. The Chemical Engineering major offers a highly multidisciplinary education including mathematics, computational tools, chemistry, biochemistry, life sciences, and chemical engineering.
Computational Engineering, Bachelor of Science (Technology), Master of Science (Technology)
Do you want to know how things work? Are you interested in simulating the physical world using computers? Come study Computational Engineering at Aalto!
Data Science, Bachelor of Science (Technology), Master of Science (Technology)
Data science gives you the foundations to become a top-level expert in the modern knowledge society. You will obtain the required skills to solve real-world problems using methods of algorithm design, machine learning, artificial intelligence, statistical inference, operations research, and optimization.
Digital Systems and Design, Bachelor of Science (Technology), Master of Science (Technology)
Digital Systems and Design educates specialists in various fields of digital systems. This major gives you competence in engineering design, as well as project planning and management, employing tools from embedded systems, control theory, and signal processing.
Quantum Technology, Bachelor of Science (Technology), Master of Science (Technology)
Are you fascinated by quantum physics? Do you want to create real-world applications? Come study Quantum Technology at Aalto University! The Quantum Technology major takes you to the forefront of the ongoing quantum revolution in computation, communication, sensing, and simulation.