The bachelor project gives the student the opportunity to work independently to develop a solution to a significant (i.e., large) problem. The student learns and demonstrates both independence and a systematic approach to problem solving. The bachelor project gives 12 ECTS, which correspond to the work of 2 typical bachelor-level courses. The students are expected to work throughout the semester under the supervision of their project advisor on the substance of the work, and meet regularly as a group with the Bachelor Project Coordinator to receive instructions about the purpose and mechanics of implementing a long-term project.
At the end of the semester, the students produce:
- A project report
- A poster and poster presentation
- A product (if applicable) such as an algorithm, a software library, or application.