You have a lot of freedom in customising your Master's in Industrial Engineering & Management.
Within this Master's, you will build your expertise within one of the three specialisations. In addition, you can tailor your Master’s with elective courses that suit your interests and ambitions. This freedom in customising your programme will help you to become the professional you wish to be.
This Master’s offers quite some elective space, as long as your choices comply with the coherence of the programme as a whole. You can even choose courses from other engineering Master’s! Together with your specialisation coordinator, you will discuss how to compose a set of courses meeting your specific interests. The entire Master’s programme you compose requires approval from the specialisation coordinator.
What your study programme will look like exactly, depends on the choices you make in composing your Master’s. There are three steps in doing so:
During your Master's in Industrial Engineering & Management, you will collect a total of 120 EC within two years. In addition to two compulsory courses of the Master's, you will follow additional courses within the specialisation of your choice.
Below, you can find the general structure of the Master’s, it serves as an example of what your curriculum might look like. Which exact courses you will follow at what moment, depends on the choices you make, as well as the starting date of your Master’s.
Compulsory courses for the Master's
The specialisation and research orientation of your choice determine what courses you take.
You have a lot of freedom to compose your own study programme. In consultation with your specialisation coordinator you can choose any engineering course you like.
Total EC of year 1
You have a lot of freedom to compose your own study programme. Studying abroad is an attractive and encouraged option during the first part of your second year.
The master’s thesis (30EC) is commissioned by a company. During a 5EC course (Thesis Preparation) you prepare the assignment and write a research proposal. The last 20 weeks of your study you execute the research at the company and you write your thesis.
Total EC of year 2