Your honours degree gives you a competitive advantage. After the programme you’ll be an academic all-rounder who has a solid foundation in technology and social sciences. You will be fully equipped to join a master's programme or enter the labour market.
An honours level bachelor’s degree in Technology and Liberal Arts & Sciences (ATLAS) provides you with a broad education with some specialization in the subject or field of your interest. Depending on the choices you make along the way, you will be eligible for master’s programmes in engineering (technology) and in the social sciences.
Your tutors and assessors will provide you with intensive guidance in making choices and help you determine what courses or subjects you will need to focus on in order to gain access to the master’s programme of your choice. This way we can ensure that every ATLAS student makes the best possible transition.
Here is an overview of the master programmes ATLAS graduates are attending
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE
University College Twente graduates may enter all master’s programmes at the University of Twente, from Applied Physics, Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science, to Nanotechnology, Business Administration and Psychology. The only exception is Technical Medicine.
IN THE NETHERLANDS AND ABROAD
Your ATLAS degree will be recognized nationally and internationally, giving you access to countless master’s programmes in the Netherlands and abroad. The programme is accredited by the NVAO (Accreditation Organization of the Netherlands and Flanders), meaning our programme meets all the Dutch/Flemish quality requirements for degree programmes in higher education. The NVAO accreditation is comparable to those of other prestigious international accreditation organizations.
With this Honours Bachelor’s degree, the possibilities for your future career are virtually endless. Obviously, we cannot teach you everything there is to know, but we will teach you how to get things done and train you as a self-regulated learner. You will be fully capable of combining information from engineering, the physical sciences and the social sciences, making you uniquely able to get to the root of a problem, predict the implications of new technology and forge innovative links between technology, policy and society. Leaders of industry agree that these are the demands that companies place on their employees: being able to come up with original solutions that take into account the complexity of modern-day life.