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Engineering: Other

BSc Engineering: Product Development and Innovation

3 years

€0 pa

Programme profile

With this degree,  run at SDU's Sonderberg campus, you will be a project manager. You will be the one managing the entire manufacturing process: from idea to final product. You will see the potential of new technology and know how to turn it into business.

Product Development and Innovation is a new and comprehensive programme that combines engineering skills such as mechanical construction, product manufacturing in global networks, knowledge of materials and technological processes and creative idea development with courses such as market analysis and product planning, innovation management and business know-how. The interdisciplinarity of the programme ensures that you become a market oriented engineer who is able to handle many different types of the products of the future in which technology and business skills are combined: for example advanced household products, new sports and playground products and a series of industrial products.

When you graduate you will be able to understand and manage development and innovation projects during which you work together with other specialists. With core competences in internationalisation and project management you are will be an attractive employee to companies on the international market

First job guarantee scheme

Companies from Southern Denmark and accross the border in Germany have created, together with the university, a unique “first job guarantee” scheme that offers new graduates 6 months employment, if they have not already landed their first job


Programme content

Year 1: CAD; Materials and processes; The innovation process; Project competencies; Statistics and mathematics; Creativity and idea development; Product development techniques; Behaviour and Markets; Projects

Year 2: Materials and processes; Stress analysis and mechanic design; Product development techniques; Market research; Business economics and finance; Sensors and electronics; Supply chain Management; Product architecture and modularity; Science theory; Product management; Project

Year 3: Software design; Robotics; Elective project management ; Innovation and strategy; Market strategy; Project: Expert in teams; Value chain design and organisation; Thesis


The university offers related Masters programmes in the following areas:

- Product Development and Innovation
- Innovation and Business

Entry Requirements

General Certificate of Education with examination in 8 subjects where at least 3 are A-levels, alternatively 2 A-levels + 2 AS-levels. Subjects to include Maths, Physics and Chemistry

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at H5. Subjects to include Maths, Physics and Chemistry

For students not selected through Grade Average

For students not selected through Grade Average

For students not selected through Grade Average

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