Mathematical Engineering is a combination of IT and Mathematics.
Questions, such as ‘what does data mean?’ and ‘how can you use it?’ are part of your daily challenges. All in a small and safe environment among fellow students from all over the globe. Here you examine, analyse, puzzle and solve.
In other words, do you like to predict outcomes or situations for companies? Then our varied study programme of Mathematical Engineering is the right choice for you.
The four-year degree Mathematical Engineering combines theory with practice and operates on the border of IT and mathematics. Below you can read how the four years are structured.
Corona update: We are expecting our new international first-year students on campus for orientation activities and classes at the start of the new academic year - the last week of August 2021. Unless international students can show that they are not able to travel to the Netherlands due to Corona-related reasons at that time, in which case they can temporarily start the programme online until they are allowed to again or once the travel ban has been lifted.
Sharpening your mathematical skills
Formulas, models and numbers. You have a keen eye for analysing information, you like solving puzzles, and you love detecting patterns. Mathematics is a crucial tool that helps you investigate and analyse data on a much larger scale. Most importantly, it helps you to become a better software engineer or data scientist.
Connecting the digital dots
Keeping up with the latest technological developments, analysing big data or creating complicated programming solutions: these challenges are going to be your main task. At Mathematical Engineering, you learn how to connect the digital dots and deepen your understanding of mathematics, as well as modelling and applying your in-depth knowledge to real-life situations.
Taking on a challenge
You get the opportunity to strengthen your independent learning skills, as well as those much-needed teamwork skills. Mathematical Engineering offers you an international environment full of like-minded individuals, which means: working together, presenting ideas, and interacting with –and learning from– professionals in the field. We help you develop your own creative ideas, and perhaps, start your own company someday.
Every year is divided into two semesters. Semesters are organised around a central theme, such as databases, software engineering, algorithms or big data. You take math and IT subjects related to the semester's theme. Every semester also includes a large project, in which you combine the subjects with a large assignment.
In the first year, you will become acquainted with the broad mathematical engineering field. You follow mathematical courses, but also programming, networking and English. You will immediately put what you've learned to practical use during projects and assignments.
Python English Object Oriented programming Calculus Statistics Logic Databases Linear algebra CCNA networkIntroduction to IT
Year two is all about increasing your mathematical and IT skills, such as advanced programming techniques, including object-oriented programming and software engineering.
You will address complex algorithms in subjects on graph theory, numerical analysis and algorithms and data structures. Throughout the year, you will test your knowledge by working on real applications.
After completing the first two years, you have sufficient knowledge of mathematical engineering to choose your own specialisation.
Object Oriented Programming Probability Theory English Software Engineering Geometry CCNA Network Graph Theory Algorithms and Datastructures
During your third year, you do a five month internship at an organisation of your choice. This internship will enable you to become familiar with the day-to-day work of an engineering professional and opportunities in this line of work. If you wish, you can also do the internship abroad.
Afterwards, you will enter the specialisation phase. The two specialisation tracks are:
It is also possible to do your specialisation abroad. Our partner universities include Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft in Berlin and Pôle Universitaire Léonard de Vinci in Paris.
In the fourth year you will complete the last theoretical component about big data. Subjects include data mining, business analytics and cryptography.
You conclude your studies with a graduation project. You will work independently by setting up and conducting your own applied research project within a company.
Bachelor of Science
Once you have successfully completed Mathematical Engineering, you have earned the title Bachelor of Science!
It is important that you quickly feel at home at Inholland. That you know how your course is set up and how you can study effectively. Our Study Coaches are here to get you off to a good start and will introduce you to your study group. Should you have specific study-related problems, your mentor is happy to provide advice. During the first six months, you can also count on second-year students for support.
The work field of every mathematical engineer is international. At the programme, we are very keen on our students exploring the international engineering world. You can make use of the expanding network of associated institutions and our exchange programmes. It is possible to both study with a partner institution abroad and do your internship abroad.