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Bachelor of Business Engineering

Bachelor of Business Engineering
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Model Path part 1

General Economics

6 ECTS-credits

Introduction to Economics6sp1st semester
Bouckaert, Jan
 

Quantitative Methods

12 ECTS-credits

Discriptive Statistics and Probability Theory3sp1st semester
Van der Veeken, Stephan
Inferential Statistics3sp2nd semester
Goos, Peter
Mathematics with Applications in (Business) Economics and Technology 16sp1st/2nd sem.
Mestdag, Tom
 

Business Administration

15 ECTS-credits

Accounting6sp1st/2nd sem.
Lybaert, Nadine
Management and Organisation6sp2nd semester
Asselbergh, Margareta
Introduction to Financial Markets 13sp2nd semester
De Ceuster, Marc
 

Engineering Sciences and Technology

9 ECTS-credits

Digital Information Systems6sp1st/2nd sem.
Verelst, Jan
Mannaert, Herwig
Peremans, Herbert
Foundations of Engineering3sp2nd semester
Mannaert, Herwig
Peremans, Herbert
 

Broadening Areas of Study

12 ECTS-credits

Introduction to Psychology3sp2nd semester
Declerck, Carolyn
Introduction to Sociology3sp1st semester
Cambré, Bart
Law and Corporation6sp1st semester
Vanhees, Hendrik
 

Languages

Compulsory: 6 ECTS-credits to choose from the list below
Spread over the bachelor programme 18 ECTS-credits in languanges either 2 languages at level 3 (2 x 9 ECTS-credits) or 3 languages at level 2 (2 x 6 ECTS-credits).

German for Business and Economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Verboven, Hans
English for Business and Economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Van Hout, Tom
French for Business and Economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Tobback, Els
Spanish for Business and Economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Vangehuchten, Lieve
 

Model Path part 2

General Economics

12 ECTS-credits

Macroeconomics6sp2nd semester
Vanneste, Jacques
Microeconomics6sp1st semester
De Borger, Bruno
 

Quantitative Methods

9 ECTS-credits

Mathematics with Applications in (Business) Economics and Technology 26sp1st semester
Mestdag, Tom
Applied Mathematics (Seminar)3sp1st/2nd sem.
Herremans, Adriaan
 

Business Administration

18 ECTS-credits

Financial Management6sp2nd semester
Engelen, Peter-Jan
Financial Reporting and Analysis6sp2nd semester
d'Haens, Patrick
HRM and Labor Law6sp2nd semester
Janvier, Ria
Jacobs, Sofie
 

Engineering Sciences and Technology

9 ECTS-credits

Introduction to Chemistry3sp1st semester
Neyts, Erik
Mechanics and Fluid Dynamics6sp1st/2nd sem.
Herremans, Adriaan
 

Broadening Areas of Study

3 ECTS-credits

Introduction to Sociology3sp1st semester
Cambré, Bart
 

Languages

Compulsory: 6/9 ECTS-credits to choose from the list below.
Spread over the bachelor programme 18 ECTS-credits in languages: either 2 languages at level 3 (2 x 9 ECTS-credits) or 3 languages at level 2 (3 x 6 ECTS-credits).

German for Business and Economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Verboven, Hans
German for Business and Economics 23sp1st/2nd sem.
Dusar, Ingeborg
English for Business and Economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Van Hout, Tom
English for Business and Economics 23sp1st/2nd sem.
Van Hout, Tom
French for Business and Economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Tobback, Els
French for Business and Economics 23sp1st/2nd sem.
Tobback, Els
Spanish for Business and Economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Vangehuchten, Lieve
Spanish for Business and Economics 23sp1st/2nd sem.
Vangehuchten, Lieve
 

Optional Courses

Taken into account the (combination of) restrictions below, the student has to freely choose a total of 6 ECTS-credits out of 180 ECTS-credits of the complete bachelor programme.
* from a bachelor programme provided by the Faculty of Business and Economics
* from the list below
* from the availability of languages provided by the Faculty of Business Economics, for a maximum value of 6 extra ECTS-credits (optional) (= maximum of 24 ECTS-credits languages out of 180 ECTS-credits for the whole bachelor programme.

Introduction to Financial Markets 23sp2nd semester
De Ceuster, Marc
Lecture Series 'Kékulé'3sp1st/2nd sem.
Peremans, Herbert
Regional and Urban Economics3sp2nd semester
Verhetsel, Ann
Beckers, Joris
Social and Organisational Psychology6sp2nd semester
Declerck, Carolyn
Transport Economics3sp2nd semester
Vanelslander, Thierry
Kupfer, Franziska
Corporation Law3sp1st semester
Vanhees, Hendrik
 

Model Path part 3

Engineering Sciences and Technology

15 ECTS-credits

Electromagnetism and Electricity6sp1st/2nd sem.
Peremans, Herbert
Organic Chemistry and Bio-Sciences6sp2nd semester
Van Damme, Raoul
Smout, Veerle
Thermodynamics3sp2nd semester
De Paepe, Michel
 

Quantitative Methods

6 ECTS-credits

Econometrics and Multivariate Statistics6sp1st semester
Vandervieren, Ellen
Goos, Peter
 

Business Administration

3 ECTS-credits

Management Accounting and Control3sp1st semester
Walraevens, Guy
 

Broadening Areas of Study

3 ECTS-credits to choose from

World View: Religion, Atheism and Science3sp1st semester
Loobuyck, Patrick
World View: Religion, Atheism and Meaning3sp2nd semester
Van Herck, Walter
World View: Religion, Atheism and Culture3sp1st semester
Loobuyck, Patrick
World View: Religion, Atheism and Society3sp2nd semester
Loobuyck, Patrick
City and Diversity3sp2nd semester
De Munck, Bert
Oosterlynck, Stijn
Media and Digital Society3sp1st semester
Hellinckx, Peter
Poels, Karolien
Migration, Integration and Diversity3sp2nd semester
De Feyter, Koen
Absillis, Kevin
Van Praag, Lore
Freedom, Citizenship and Democracy3sp1st semester
Van Eekert, Geert
Loobuyck, Patrick
Global justice3sp2nd semester
De Herdt, Tom
 

1 Bachelor Profiling Route (24 ECTS-credits) to choose from

Profiling Route Business Administration
This conttains courses in business administration (18 ECTS-credits) and a bachelor project (6 ECTS-credits).
The bachelor project consists of Partim I: Introduction tot Scientific Economic Work (2 ECTS-credits) and Partim II: guided self-study around a theme from business administration (4 ECTS-credits).

Logistics and Transport3sp1st semester
Van de Voorde, Eddy
Kupfer, Franziska
Marketing Management6sp2nd semester
Dens, Nathalie
Optimization Models in Business Administration6sp1st semester
Springael, Johan
Production Management3sp2nd semester
Cornelissens, Trijntje
Bachelor Project BE: Business Administration6sp1st/2nd sem.
Springael, Johan
Cambré, Bart
 

Profiling Route Economic Policy
This contains courses in economic policy (18 ECTS-credits) and a bachelor project (6 ECTS-credits).
The bachelor project consists of Partim I: Introduction to Scientific Economic Work (2 ECTS-credits) and Partim II: guided self-study around a theme from economic policy (4 ECTS-credits).

International Economics6sp2nd semester
Winkler, Roland
Market and Strategy6sp2nd semester
Bouckaert, Jan
Public Economics and Public Finances6sp1st semester
Vanneste, Jacques
Bachelor Project BE: Economic Policy6sp1st/2nd sem.
Springael, Johan
Cambré, Bart
 

Languages

Compulsory: 6/3 ECTS-credits to choose from the list below
Spread over the bachelor programme 18 ECTS-credits in languages either 2 languages at level 3 (2 x 9 ECTS-credits) or 3 languages at level 2 (3 x 6 ECTS-credits).

German for Business and Economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Verboven, Hans
German for Business and Economics 23sp1st/2nd sem.
Dusar, Ingeborg
German for Business and Economics 33sp1st/2nd sem.
Dusar, Ingeborg
English for Business and Economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Van Hout, Tom
English for Business and Economics 23sp1st/2nd sem.
Van Hout, Tom
English for Business and Economics 33sp1st/2nd sem.
Van Hout, Tom
French for Business and Economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Tobback, Els
French for Business and Economics 23sp1st/2nd sem.
Tobback, Els
French for Business and Economics 33sp1st/2nd sem.
Tobback, Els
Spanish for Business and Economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Vangehuchten, Lieve
Spanish for Business and Economics 23sp1st/2nd sem.
Vangehuchten, Lieve
Spanish for Business and Economics 33sp1st/2nd sem.
Vangehuchten, Lieve
 

Optional Courses

Taking into account the (combination of) restrictions below, the student has to freely choose a total of 6 ECTS-credits of the complete bachelor programme.
* from a profile of 3BAES-BA/EP
* from a bachelor programme provided by the Faculty of Business and Economics
* from the list below
* from the availability of languages provided by the Faculty of Business Economics, for a maximum value of 6 extra ECTS-credits (optional) (= maximum of 24 ECTS-credits languages out of 180 ECTS-credits for the whole bachelor programme).

Poverty and Inequality3sp2nd semester
Cantillon, Bea
Community service learning3spNNB, -
Debating Development3sp1st semester
Van Hecken, Gert
Verrelst, Janus
Sustainability3sp2nd semester
Crabbé, Ann
Bots, Jessica
European and International Environment6sp2nd semester
Bouckaert, Jan
De Borger, Bruno
De Waele, Lode
History of Economic Thought6sp2nd semester
Erreygers, Guido
Introduction to Financial Markets 23sp2nd semester
De Ceuster, Marc
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Migration and Integration6sp1st semester
Van Praag, Lore
International Economics6sp2nd semester
Winkler, Roland
I-Week on Sustainability3sp2nd semester
Van Liedekerke, Luc
Martens, Rudy
Verhezen, Peter
Climate Change3sp1st semester
Crabbé, Ann
Vicca, Sara
Lecture Series 'Kékulé'3sp1st/2nd sem.
Peremans, Herbert
Negotiation 13sp1st semester
Van Waes, Luuk
Negotiation 23sp2nd semester
Van Waes, Luuk
Regional and Urban Economics3sp2nd semester
Verhetsel, Ann
Beckers, Joris
Social and Organisational Psychology6sp2nd semester
Declerck, Carolyn
Sports Economics6sp2nd semester
Kesenne, Stefan
Studium Generale3sp1st semester
Weyns, Walter
Topics in Development Studies3sp1st semester
Verpoorten, Marijke
Transport Economics3sp2nd semester
Vanelslander, Thierry
Kupfer, Franziska
Corporation Law3sp1st semester
Vanhees, Hendrik