Real-world problems in engineering and science need a multidisciplinary method that uses data, algorithms, and mathematical models. Today’s big problems, like climate change or artificial intelligence, make this need for a wide range of skills even more important. Our world will be even more data-driven tomorrow, with new data being created and analyzed all the time.

The Bachelor’s Program in Computational Engineering combines math and computer science classes to give students the skills they need to become future computer experts.

We have a program that is great for students who are good with numbers, love solving hard problems, and can’t stop thinking of new ideas.

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Degree info

  • Bachelor of Science in Technology
  • 3 academic years / 180 ECTS
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Tuition fee: 9 000€ / academic year
  • Campus: Lappeenranta

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The Computational Engineering Bachelor’s Programme provides you with the necessary abilities to address real-world challenges and devise efficient solutions through the utilization of algorithms.

Moreover, you will acquire the ability to extract useful insights and knowledge from a massive amount of data. Through acquiring knowledge of data collection, analysis, and interpretation, we may make well-informed judgments, enhance processes, and foster innovation across different industries.

Throughout your academic pursuits, you will establish robust groundwork in mathematics, computer science, and the scientific sciences.

You will get the opportunity to study captivating subjects such as statistical analysis, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. This will allow you to delve into the forefront of modern technology and enhance your understanding in these innovative areas.

The Bachelor’s Programme in Computational Engineering is a three-year program that results in the degree of Bachelor of Science in Technology, B.Sc. (Tech.), with a total of 180 ECTS credits.

The curriculum includes general, intermediate specialization, minor, and language studies, culminating in the completion of a Bachelor’s thesis.

Upon successful completion of a bachelor’s degree in the computational engineering program, you have the opportunity to further your education by enrolling in the Master’s Program in Data-Centric Engineering at LUT.

Completing our bachelor’s curriculum provides access to promising employment prospects in diverse industries. Having a solid background in mathematics, computer science, and data analysis will equip you with the necessary skills to excel in various fields.

For example, you can seek employment as:

  • a data analyst,
  • data scientist,
  • machine learning engineer, or
  • AI specialist.

In these roles, you will have the opportunity to work with computational models, analyze extensive datasets, extract useful insights, and develop new solutions.

The demand for people possessing data-centric engineering abilities is experiencing fast growth. Your proficiency in this area will make you extremely desirable in various sectors including engineering, finance, health care, and consulting.

Your experience in data-centric engineering will be extremely helpful to these industries that heavily depend on data-driven decision-making.

The admission requirements for the program can found on the university page.

Further information about the tuition fee and available scholarships for the program can found on the university page.


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