Courses – in other bachelor programs

EE3L11 Bachelor graduation project Electrical Engineering

During the Bachelor graduation project Electrical Engineering, the students go through the complete design process of a technology product. For stimulating an entrepreneurial spirit, DCE offers a part of the graduation project in which the students write a business plan describing how the technology can be transformed into some commercial product.

For more information, please check the study guide.

Course code/ size
EE3L11 
–  3 (15) ECTS

Instructor(s)
Victor Scholten
Asli Boru

MT2429 Maritieme Markten en Operaties

This course provides students with insights into the interaction between economic, logistic and technical aspects of designing and developing a new ship. DCE contributes to this course by making cost analyses and reflecting on investment decisions.

For more information, please check the study guide.

Course code/ size
MT2429 – 2(6) ECTS

Instructor(s)
Johan Spaans

WM0368 Energy in developing countries

Energy solutions in developing countries are often off-grid solutions. They need to adapt and be implemented according to the local needs. Technology, market and social aspects need to fit well to make it a success. This DCE course supports students groups in developing a solution in collaboration with an external clients located in the developing country.

For more information, please check the study guide.

Course code/ size
WM0368 – 5 ECTS

Instructor(s)
Otto Kroesen

WM0829TU Companies and innovation integration course

In this integration course the four perspectives (economics, law, safety, ethics) of the Minor program ‘Companies and innovation’ come together. DCE contributes in this integration course to support students in making their business plan.

For more information, please check the study guide.

Course code/ size
WM0829TU 
– 5 (10) ECTS

Instructor(s)
Johan Spaans
Victor Scholten