As a basic requirement to become an engineer, we provide mandatory Mathematics courses in the programme.
Other courses include overviews of various subjects such as Quality Management, Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Purchasing, Retailing, Warehousing, Business Relationships and CSR, Lean & Green Engineering, Innovative Production, IT in Supply Chains, and general courses such as Leadership and Project Management and Intercultural and International Communication.
This programme also provides research methodology courses to prepare you for further education in Master’s programmes or a career in academics.
The programme is conducted in English and contains compulsory courses in mathematics, a basic requirement for becoming an engineer. During the education you will take other courses, such as Quality Management, Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Purchasing, Retailing, Warehousing, Business Relationships and CSR, Lean & Green Engineering, Innovative Production, IT in Supply Chains, and general courses on leadership and project management. The combination of courses makes the education broad and solid, and you will gain knowledge about intercultural and international communication.
The programme offers courses in research methodology, to prepare you for further education in our Master's programmes, or for a career in academic field. The programme is a fantastic opportunity to get a Bachelor's degree in Sweden, both for national and international students. It is also a good chance for Swedish students to expand their skills in the English language, to be able to work or study in internationally.
The programme will introduce you to several contacts with the industry, including an internship course that extends over an entire semester. You have the opportunity to choose an organisation or company yourself, or you can choose to spend your internship abroad to gain international experience. International skills make you attractive in the global labour market.
The education offers several trips, both in and outside Sweden. For example, an exchange semester, and a semester at one of our international partner universities around the world. In addition, you get a full semester of internship, which also can be done abroad. Studying abroad makes you attractive in the international labour market.
With a bachelor's degree in technology, you are ready for the labour market. The education gives you a broad overview and basic theoretical knowledge and technical methods. By specialising in one of our main areas, such as Operations Management, Supply Chain Management or Sustainable Development, the programme prepares you for further studies, such as Master's programmes.
Facts and requirements
Read more about our Admissions Requirements.
Total tuition fee: 450000 SEK
Tuition fees do NOT apply for EU/EEA citizens or exchange students
If you don't fulfil our language requirements, you can enter our Pathway Programme, designed to strengthen your English and academic skills. Read more.
NB Preliminary list of courses.
Logistics Engineering 7.5 credits
Research Methods and Communication 7.5 credits
Principles of Sustainable Supply Chain Management 7.5 credits
Leadarship and Project Management 7.5 credits
Basic Calculus 7.5 credits
Business Planning and Entrepreneurship 7.5 credits
Matematical Statistics SSCM 7.5 credits
Quality Management and Engineering 7.5 credits
Transportation and Warehousing 7.5 credits
Lean and Green Engineering 7.5 credits
Purchasing 7.5 credits
Linear Algebra and Optimisation 7.5 credits
Retailing 7.5 credits*
Sustainable Business Relationships 7.5 credits*
Industrial Placement Course in Industrial Engineering and Management 12 credits
Inquiry Methodology in Industrial Engineering and Management 3 credits*
IT in Supply Chains 7.5 credits*
Simulation in Industrial Engineering 7.5 credits*
Innovative Production Systems Development 7.5 credits*
Intercultural and International Communication 7.5 credits*
Work, Human, Technology 7.5 credits
Supply Chains and Social Responsibility 7.5 credits
Final Thesis 15 credits
* Can be exchanged for studies abroad (30 credits)