This five-year direct honours programme is jointly offered by the College of Engineering and the School of Social Sciences. It aims to equip students with an advanced understanding of the integrative relationship between engineering and economics. With knowledge and competency in engineering and economics, graduates will have a wide selection of career opportunities.
(a) Aerospace Engineering
(c) Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
(d) Civil Engineering
(e) Computer Engineering
(f) Computer Science
(g) Electrical & Electronic Engineering
(h) Environmental Engineering
(i) Information Engineering & Media
(j) Materials Engineering
(k) Mechanical Engineering
For a curriculum overview, please click here.