In addition to the compulsory courses of the Master's in Industrial Engineering & Management, you will follow additional courses within the specialisation in Financial Engineering & Management (FEM). In two years of study you will collect 120 EC.
Compulsory courses for the Master's
In consultation with the specialisation coordinator, you will compose a study plan that best matches your wishes and future plans. Examples of electives are: Management control for Financial institutions, Applied Financial Engineering, Special Topics in Financial Engineering, Cost Management and Engineering
and/or all available courses by other engineering programmes
Total EC first year
You will finish the total of 45EC electives. These electives can be followed at UT, at other universities in the Netherlands or even abroad. You can also choose to add a second specialisation, consisting of a prefixed package of courses worth 30 EC.
Your master’s thesis is worth 30 EC. You will prepare your thesis by writing a research proposal during the Thesis Preparation, which is a 5 EC course.
Total EC of year 2
You will finish your Master’s by writing your master’s thesis. This involves applying what you have learned to a real-life situation, for example by undertaking a project, conducting research and writing a report for an external organisation or company.