1. The bachelor has profound knowledge, insight and skills in relation to the foundations and the applications of mathematics and natural sciences and the interactions between living matter and the abiotic environment.
2. The bachelor has system- and application-oriented knowledge, insight and engineering skills at a general level within the domain of bio-engineering sciences. He/she can apply this knowledge and insights at an advanced level in one of the fields of knowledge and application (majors) offered.
3. The bachelor has profound insight in the theoretical basis, methods and application possibilities of schematically representing and modelling of processes and systems in bio-engineering sciences.
4. The bachelor can think, design, develop and creatively innovate in a system-oriented and analytical problem solving way, taking into account the technical, economic and social pre-conditions.
5. The bachelor can, starting from acquired insights, select research, design and solving methods, apply these adequately, scientifically process their results, interpret them and formulate conclusions.
6. The bachelor can use and integrate knowledge, insight and skills from the different disciplines in natural sciences when developing simple research projects and experiments.
7. Within a set framework the bachelor can, under supervision and in a group, formulate a problem and independently plan and develop a bio-engineering project taking into account the pre-conditions for its technical realisation.
8. The bachelor shows a research attitude: he/she can work accurately, critically reflect and account for choices made. He/she can purposefully search for, evaluate and process (inter)national scientific and technical information and refer to it correctly.
9. The bachelor shows an engineering attitude: he/she can plan assignments taking into account the technical, economic and social pre-conditions and the business implications, risk assessment and feasibility of the proposed approach or solution.
10. The bachelor can correctly use the scientific and discipline-specific terminology in the languages relevant for the programme.
11. The bachelor can correctly communicate the results of technical and scientific work orally, in writing and graphically, present them to a peer group and can clearly answer scientific questions and defend his/her answer.
12. The bachelor can function as a team member in different roles and has insight in his/her own functioning; takes responsibility for determining and attaining the targets of the team.
13. The bachelor can act in an ethical, socially sound and sustainable way, taking into account technical, economic, human and environmental aspects.
14. The bachelor has basic knowledge of the professional field in bio-engineering sciences.