Bachelor Technische Innovatiewetenschappen
Innovations have never followed one another is such close succession as they do today. You’ve only just bought the latest cell phone and you are already behind the times because you haven’t got an iPad. The Innovation Sciences course makes you aware of the rapidity of these technological developments, as well as of the limitations of the human factor and engineering. An innovation’s success depends on many factors: not only whether it is technically sound as a product or service, but also whether the costs weigh up against the benefits and whether the people for whom it has been developed can work with it. The harmonization between engineering and the human factor is the deciding factor. And this interface could be precisely the territory of your future job; you’d be the intermediary between engineering, the human factor and society.