Every student takes a number of basic courses. These basic courses provide the foundation for moulding the 'Eindhoven Engineer', and will develop your transversal knowledge. After taking these basic courses you haves the knowledge you will need to follow electives and coherent elective packages in a degree program outside the one you have chosen.
The basic courses include Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Modeling, Design, User, Society & Enterprise, and Professional Skills. There are different variants of the basic courses for different degree programs.
The basic subject matrix provides an overview of preferred basic courses for your Major.
0LEB0 - Introduction to modeling - from problems to numbers and back
0SAB0 - USE basic: Ethics and history of technology
2WAB0 - Calculus variant A
2WBB0 - Calculus variant B
2WCB0 - Calculus variant C
3NAB0 - Applied Physical Sciences conceptual
3NBB0 - Applied Physical Sciences formal
3NCB0 - Applied Physical Sciences flows
4WBB0 - Engineering Design
When you change your Major during your Bachelor, it is possible you followed an other Basic Course.Speak to your studyadvisor in this case, because it is possible you have to gain some knowledge to succesfully complete your new Major.