CHOICES AND ACTIONS Q1
PT AND SI STUDENTS
YEAR 1 2014-2015
Maartje van de Ven, study advisor/policy advisor PT/SI
06-10-2014
[email protected]
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CHOOSE A SPECIALIZATION
For your information.
Specializations of SI: Living (Dutch), Smart Systems, Energy English, Energie NL (Dutch)
Specializations of PT: Living (Dutch), Robotics, ICT
Each specialization has 4 different (technical) courses in the Bachelor program. All other
courses in your PT or SI Bachelor program are the same. The 4 courses of the specializations
of Energy NL and Energy English also differ! The 4 technical courses of the Energy NL track
are from the Mechanical Engineering faculty and the 4 courses of the Energy English track
are mostly from the Electrical Engineering faculty. The first different technical course starts
this year in Q3.
Please find below the 4 technical courses in your bachelor program per specialization.
Psychology and Technology
PT-Living (in Dutch)
1.3 7S3X0 Bouwfysisch en Materiaalkundig ontwerpen
2.1 7S4X0 Bouwfysisch en Installatietechnisch ontwerpen
2.2 7S8X0 Klimatische integratie van mens gebouw en installatie
2.4 7I3X0 Project dedicated
PT-Robotics
1.3 2DE40 Signals and Mathematics
2.1 5EIA0 Computation I
2.2 5XCA0 Fundamentals of Electronics
2.4 5AIB0 Sensing, computing and actuation
PT-ICT
1.3 2IO80 OGO Hypermedia
2.1 2IT60 Logic and Set Theory
2.2 2ID60 Web Technology
2.4 2IC60 Computer Networks and Security
Sustainable Innovation
SI- Sustainable Living
1.3 7S3X0 Bouwfysisch en Materiaalkundig ontwerpen
2.1 7S4X0 Bouwfysisch en Installatietechnisch ontwerpen
2.3 7P3X0 Analyse van constructies
2.4 7I3X0 Project dedicated
SI-Sustainable Energy NL (in Dutch)
1.3 4GA20 OGO Propeller
2.1 4EB00 Thermodynamica
2.3 4GB10 OGO Verbrandingsmotor
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2.4 4PB00 Warmte en Stroming
SI-Smart Systems
1.3 2IO80 OGO Hypermedia
2.1 2IP90 Programming
2.3 2IS80 Software Specification and Architecture
2.4 2IC60 Computer Networks and Security
SI-Sustainable Energy English
1.3 2DE20 Mathematics EE
2.1 5EPA0 Electromagnetics
2.3 5ECB0 Electronic Circuits
2.4 5ESB0 Systems
 What is the deadline for choosing my specialization?
16-10-2014!
 How do I have to submit my chosen specialization?
First choose your two electives of 1.2. and 1.4. and a Physics variant. After doing that
you can submit all your choices at once. How and when? Please find this at ‘Submit
choices and register courses’ later in this document.
 I still don’t know what specialization I want to do. What can I do?
-Check again the presentations given at the information meetings of 30 September
(SI) and 2 October (PT). If you click on the ‘blue’ words in the texts on the following
websites, these presentations will appear. SI: http://studiegids.tue.nl/bachelorcollege/majors/sustainable-innovation/curriculum/coaching/2014-2015/ and PT:
http://studiegids.tue.nl/bachelor-college/majors/psychologytechnology/curriculum/coaching/2014-2015/.
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-Think about what major you would have chosen/are most interested at the TU/e if
it wasn’t PT or SI:
Would it be Architecture/Building? Then you can think about Living.
Would it be Mechanical Engineering? Then Energie NL is maybe the best option.
Would it be Electrical Engineering? Then Energy English or Robotics can be nice.
Or would it be Software/Web science? Then you can think about the ICT track.
-Talk (once again) with your teacher coach about your doubts. At 06-10-2014 I
emailed you a list in which you can find your teacher coach (and student mentor).
Your teacher coach will contact you to arrange a meeting to talk about this! If you
can’t get any contact with your teacher coach please inform me ([email protected]).
-Talk to the students from year 2, 3 or 4 of SI/PT about their experiences with their
specialization.
 Can I change my specialization after Q2?
Yes, but take care of the consequences. See next.
 What are the consequences if I switch to another specialization after Q2?
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-First let the [email protected] know to which specialization you
want to switch. NB. Enclose again your name, PT or SI and student number. As you
could read earlier in this document the first to a specialization related course starts
in 1.3. This means that if you switch to another specialization after the start of Q3
you still have to do the technical course (of 1.3.) that is related to your ‘new’
specialization.
-Have you obtained the technical course related to your old specialization (in 1.3.)
already? Then this course will be ‘transformed’ to an elective course for you. That
means you have to fill in one elective less in your bachelor. Email the
[email protected] if you want to ‘transform’ the technical course
into an elective. NB. Enclose your name, major and student number.
-Further you may have done another physics variant (more information about the
Physics variants are described below) that wasn’t recommended for the
specialization you switch to. Then you have to learn (by self study) the missed
knowledge of the Physics variant of your ‘new’ specialization. You don’t have to do
an exam in Physics again though. It’s just recommended to learn the Physics part you
have missed in order to be able to keep up with specific other courses. If you can’t
find on OASE (Physics) how and what to ‘self study’, please email me
([email protected]).
CHOOSE THE ELECTIVES OF YEAR 1 (1.2. AND 1.4.)
For your information. The information mentioned under the bullets below can be useful for
your information when choosing your 2 electives of year 1 but take into account that you will
get much more information about it in semester 2 of this year, so don’t worry if you don’t
understand it totally yet. The deadline for choosing what’s mentioned under the bullets is
only 15-05-2015. So in general you don’t have to do anything else with this information yet
than reading it.
 In your bachelor you have to choose a total of 9 electives (45 ects).
 If you choose a minimum of 25 ects of coherent elective packages (each coherent
package has 3 (sometimes 4) courses/electives (an Exploration course, a Specialized
course and a Project course), then no motivation or coherency check by the Exam
Committee is needed. With other words, when choosing 25 ects or more of coherent
packages then that will always be approved by the Exam committee if it fits your
schedule and if you don’t miss prerequisites/voorkennis.
 See also http://studiegids.tue.nl/en/bachelor-college
 And http://studiegids.tue.nl/en/bachelor-college/electives/
 And the PlanApp: https://planapp.tue.nl/ (doesn’t work properly yet )
NB: you don’t need to advise the PlanApp in this stage of your study yet! If you want to (and
the app seems to work properly) but you can’t figure out how it works please ask your
student mentor to help you. Important: click on 2013-2014 (and NOT on 2014-2015.
 A minimum of 15 ects of technical electives/one technical package is required.
 Technical courses are all deepening packages
 All course codes with 2xxxx – 8xxxxx
 A maximum of 30 ects (6 courses) of level 1 is allowed.
 You have to choose 1 USE learning line.
 3 USE courses, 15 ects
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 starts in Y2
 10 USE learning lines available
 What is the deadline for choosing the electives of 1.2 and 1.4?
16-10-2014!
 Is there a GENERAL list available of electives for 1.2. and 1.4. that fit my schedule and
have no further requirements such as prerequisites (voorkennis) or clashes with my
other courses I have to follow?
Yes, with regard to PT please find below the lists of electives that you can choose and
that fit your schedule. With regard to SI please check the following lists of SI but check
the last column more carefully because some of these electives don’t suit the program
of all of you because of overlap, prerequisites or clashes with timeslots of other SI
courses. Further you can Check OASE to read more information per course.
Relevant electives for 1.2. Psychology and Technology
NB. Relevant means based on prior knowledge and timeslot, average VWObackground and a nominal program (Physics and Social psychology&Consumer
Behavior)
Relevant electives for 1.4., Psychology and Technology
0HK00 - Sport motivation and sport
IE&IS
performance
0SV20 - From industrial ecology to
Cradle-to-Cradle: mass flow based
IE&IS
concepts
1BK00 - Healthcare information
IE&IS
systems
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B
Healthcare
Management
D
1CK00 - Transport and distribution
1JK00 - Management van menselijk
gedrag in organisaties (Non IE)
1ZV30 - Product innovation
processes
Advanced Operations
management
E
Work & Organizational
Psychology for non-IE E
Innovation
Management for non
IE
E
IE&IS
IE&IS
IE&IS
3DBX0 - Biologische fysica
Wiskunde en
Informatica
Technische
Natuurkunde
Technische
Natuurkunde
4GA30 - Air-compressor design
analysis
Werktuigbou Ontwerpen, experimenteren
D en E
wkunde
en modelleren
2WF30 - Lineaire algebra 2
3AEX0 - Elektromagnetisme
E
B
Biomechanica en
diagnostiek
4MA00 - Structuur en eigenschappen Werktuigbou
wkunde
van materialen
Scheikundige Nano-science and
Technologie technology
6E2X0 - Inleiding polymeerchemie en Scheikundige Moleculaire Systemen en
Technologie Materialen
technologie
6E12X0 - Nanomaterials: chemistry
and fabrication
7U4X0 - Realiseren, beheren en
transformeren
Bouwkunde
E
B
E
E
B
Industrial
B
DG1K0 - From Idea to Concept
Design
Industrial
B
DG2K0 - Creative Programming
Design
Industrial
B
DG3K0 - User Focus Basics
Design
DG5K0 - Disruptive Business
Industrial
B
Processes
Design
Industrial
B
DG6K0 - Basic Formgiving Skills
Design
NB. Relevant means based on prior knowledge and timeslot, average VWO-background and
a nominal program USE (A) and Brain Body and Behavior (C))
Relevant electives for 1.2., Sustainable Innovation
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VAKCODE
DG2K0
DG3K0
DG5K0
DG6K0
EKCX1
0HV30
1CK10
1JZK30
2IS80
2IT60
2WH10
3DEX0
4DA00
4GA10
5ASA0
5XCA0
5XEA0
6A3X0
7T2X0
8SA00
VAKOMS
Creative Programming
User Focus Basics
Disruptive Business Processes
Basic Formgiving Skills
Communicatie, team en ICT voor de ingenieur van de 21e eeuw
Consumer Behavior and Social Psychology
Inleiding Industrial Engineering
Ontwerpen van bedrijfskundige processen
Fundamentals of informatics
Logic and set theory
The effectiveness of Mathematics
Fysica van nieuwe energie: bronnen, transport en opslag
Dynamica
Ontwerp van een moderne trebuchet
Dynamics & Math
Fundamentals of Electronics
Spectrum of Electrical Engineering
Voortgezette calculus voor scheikundige technologie
Bouwtechniek/uitvoering/detailleren
Inleiding organische chemie
TIJDSLOT_1
TIJDSLOT_2
geschikt?
A
only SS+E_EN+Liv
A
only SS+E_EN+Liv
A
only SS+E_EN+Liv
A
only SS+E_EN+Liv
B
only E-NL
A
only SS+E_EN+Liv
E
yes
B
only E-NL
D
yes
E
yes
E
yes
E
yes
B
only E-NL
D
E yes
A
only SS+E_EN+Liv
E
yes
D
yes
B
only E-NL
D
yes
B
only E-NL
NB. Relevant means based on prior knowledge and timeslot, average VWObackground and a nominal program (Physics B or A and Technology in Society (C))
Relevant electives of 1.4., Sustainable Innovation
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NB. Relevant means based on prior knowledge and timeslot, average VWO-background and
a nominal program (USE (A or C) and Industrial Ecology (B))
 Are there electives that are recommended/interesting PER SPECIALIZATION?
Yes, with regard to PT there are recommended electives for 1.2. and 1.4., but with
regard to SI there are recommended electives only for 1.2. Please see the lists below.
Recommended electives per specialization, Psychology and Technology
PT Robotics
1.2. interesting electives
 2WF20 Lineaire Algebra 1 in Q2
 5XCA0 Fundamentals of Electronics (NB: obligatory in Q2.2) in Q2
Further in Q2
IEIS
0SV10
Technology in Society
WSK
2WH10
Effectiveness Mathematics
EE
5XEA0
Spectrum of Electrical Engineering
INF
2IS80
Fundamentals of Informatics
1.4. interesting electives
WSK
2WF30
Linear algebra 2
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IEIS
0HK00
Sport motivation and sport
performance
TN
3DBX0
Biological physics
PT ICT
1.2. and 1.4. interesting electives.
Q2 offers an opportunity for preparing you for other ICT courses:
 2IS80 Fundamentals of Informatics
 2IT60 Logic and Set Theory (Q2; technical, obligatory in Q2.1).
Or you can get a broader technical perspective:
 2WF20 Linear Algebra 1 (Q2): can be useful for many data science projects
 5XCA0 Fundamental of Electronics (Q2): to understand electronics better)
 1BK00 Healthcare information systems (Q4)
Alternatively, Q2 and Q4 offer chances for interesting cross disciplinary development:
 2WH10: The effectiveness of Mathematics (Q2; technical)
 0SV10: Technology in society: introduction (Q2)
 1ZV30 Product Innovation processes (Q4)
 0HK00: Sport motivation and sport performance (Q4)
 DG3K0: User Focus Basics (Q4)
 DG1K0: From Idea to Concept (Q4)
PT Living
1.2. and 1.4. interesting electives
• 7T2X0: Bouwtechniek/Uitvoeren/Detailleren (Q2; technical)
• 7U4X0: Realiseren, beheren en transformeren (Q4 ; technical)
Alternatively, Q2 and Q4 offer chances for interesting cross disciplinary development
• 2IS80: Fundamentals of informatics (Q2; technical)
• 2IT60: Logic and set theory (Q2; technical)
• 2WH10: The effectiveness of Mathematics (Q2; technical)
• 2WF20: Lineaire algebra 1 (Q2; technical)
• 0SV10: Technology in society: introduction (Q2)
• 2WF30: Lineaire algebra 2 (Q4; technical)
• DG3K0: User Focus Basics (Q4)
• DG1K0: From Idea to Concept (Q4)
Recommended electives per specialization, Sustainable innovation
SI Energy English
 We advise 5XCA0 Fundamentals of Electronics as elective in Q1.2. It is a good course
for orientation in the field of Electrical Engineering; if it is different than you expect,
you might change your specialization before Q1.3. Please take into account the
following.
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If choosing 5XCA0 in 1.2.
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5XCA0 in 1.2. can be chosen instead of the obligatory course 5ECB0 Electronic
Circuits 1 in 2.3. in the program of SI Energy English. If you want to do 5XCA0 you
have to ask approval of the Exam Committee (send an email to
[email protected]). If you will pass 5XCA0 the consequence is that you are
not allowed to do 5ECB0 Electronic Circuits of 2.3. anymore (because of overlap)!
The gap in 2.3. can be filled with another elective then.
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If choosing another elective in 1.2.
If you choose another elective than 5XCA0 you still have to do 5ECB0 in 2.3. Please
take into account that you will have to learn extra background knowledge available
by the lecturer of the course and that means extra effort/time.
SI Energy-NL
3DEX0 Fysica van nieuwe Energiebronnen (part of elective package Energy, relevant for MSc
SET)
SI Smart Systems
2IT60 Logic and Set Theory (prior knowledge for many ICT courses)
SI Living
7T2X0 Bouwtechniek, uitvoeren, detailleren
 I want to choose other electives than already mentioned. Are there other electives
and is it possible to choose other electives?
Yes, you can have a look at http://studiegids.tue.nl/en/bachelor-college/electives/az-electives/ (concept) and click on a package you think you like. Then more
information appears as well as details about the courses that make the package.
Check the timeslots and prerequisites! Further you can try to advise the PlanApp
(https://planapp.tue.nl/ see also what is mentioned above about the plan app) by
first selecting your major, specialization and 2013-2014 (NOT 2014-2015) and then
click on subjects and search. A list of electives appear. Further please read and take
into account the following question about the ‘not allowed electives’!
 Are there electives I can’t choose/am not allowed to choose?
Yes! Please check the files ‘not allowed electives (overlap) for PT at
http://studiegids.tue.nl/bachelor-college/majors/psychologytechnology/curriculum/ and for SI at
http://studiegids.tue.nl/bachelor-college/majors/sustainableinnovation/curriculum/coaching/2014-2015/.
 I really still don’t know which electives I want to choose. What can I do now?
Don’t worry too much about which elective you want to do. If you really don’t know
which one to choose just choose electives out of the list of relevant electives (see
above). As mentioned earlier it’s only in semester 2 of this year that you have to
choose packages, electives and use learning lines and plan the rest of your bachelor
program. In some situations it is useful though to choose a specific elective in 1.2. or
1.4. but that was already mentioned in in this document.
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 To what master programs can I go directly after my bachelor program? Do I have to
meet some requirements if I want to a MSc program without having to do a
premaster program before starting the MSc program?
Please check the following website for more information per subsequent
(aansluitende) Master program about this. Look for PT at
http://studiegids.tue.nl/en/bachelor-college/majors/psychologytechnology/subsequent-masters/ and for SI at http://studiegids.tue.nl/en/bachelorcollege/majors/sustainable-innovation/subsequent-masters/
 How can I submit my electives for q2 and q4?
See ‘Submit choices and register courses’.
CHOOSE A PHYSICS VARIANT (A, B OR C) OF Q2
 Which variant of physics is recommended to do?
That depends on your chosen specialization. See below which variant is
recommended to choose.
Sustainable Innovation
Specialization
Energy English
Energy NL
Living
Smart Systems
Physics
3NBB0
3NCB0
3NAB0
3NAB0
Psychology and Technology
Specialization
Living
Robotica
Smart systems
Physics
3NAB0
3NBB0
3NAB0
 How can I submit my electives for q2 and q4?
See ‘Submit choices and register courses’.
SUBMIT CHOICES AND REGISTER COURSES
SUBMIT YOUR CHOICES
PT
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o Email of the onderwijsadministratie is: [email protected]
SI
o Email of the onderwijsadministratie is: [email protected]
NB. Ignore all other ways of submitting your choices, electives, specializations and ignore
other deadlines when you find them online for example via http://keuzevakken.tue.nl. Just
pay attention to the procedure and deadline as written in the red blocks above.
REGISTER FOR THE COURSES OF Q2 IN OASE
For your information. First choose a specialization, your two electives and your Physics
variant. Submit these choices to the administration and after that you can register yourself
on OASE for the courses of Q2 (when the system is open to do this). You can’t register before
the administration has added your courses/electives to your package.
 For which courses do I have to register on OASE?
For all courses you are going to follow in Q2. In general 3 courses. See below.
NB. If you have registered yourself for a course, then you are automatically registered
for all exams, assignments etc of that course. Further, ask your student mentor for help
in registering if you need help.
SI: please register on OASE for:
 Technology in Society: Introduction OSV10
 Physics (see above your specific Physics variant/course code)
 Elective 1.2.
PT: please register on OASE for:
 Social Psychology & Consumer Behavior 0HV30
 Physics (see above your specific Physics variant/course code)
 Elective 1.2.
 What is the deadline for registration?
19-10-2014!
 Can I deregister myself for a course/elective?
Yes, but that is only possible before the start of a new quartile (see OASE for
deregistering). Only when having special circumstances you can register and submit
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yourself for another course/elective in that quartile after the deadline of registration
when you have permission of the Education Board of our faculty and when the
course you want to switch to is not already full. Email me if you think this is
applicable ([email protected]).
SUBMIT THE REFLECTION FORM
For your information. The completed reflection form is input for the meeting with your coach
and is an obligatory part of the professional skills you need to do successfully. You will
receive the form by email if you don’t already have received it.
 What do I have to do with regard to the reflection form?
Please complete the following steps after you have received the reflection
form by email.
 Fill in the form
 Submit the form to [email protected] (PT) or
[email protected] (SI) with cc to your teacher coach. Your
teacher coach will discuss the form with you.
 What is the deadline for sending the form?
16-10-2014
Appendix
ACTIONS AND DEADLINES
Action
Deadline
16-10-2014
Choose a specialization
16-10-2014
Choose the elective for 1.2. and 1.4.
16-10-2014
Choose a variant of Physics 1.2
19-10-2014
Register yourself for all Q2 courses in OASE
16-10-2014
Submit reflection form
Submit USE learning line and electives of y2
and y3(not relevant yet)
15-05-2015
COURSES OF Q2, Q3 AND Q4 PER SPECIALIZATION
SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION
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SI Energie NL
Q2
Physics (Stroming) (B)
3NCB0
Technology in Society:
Introduction (C) 0SV10
Elective
SI Smart Systems
Q2
Physics - Conceptual (B )
3NAB0
Technology in Society:
Introduction (C ) 0SV10
Elective
SI Energy English
Q2
Physics - Formal (B) 3NBB0
Q3
Modelling (A) 0LEB0
Q4
USE (A) 0SAB0
OGO Propeller (B+E)
Industrial Ecology (B) 0SV20
Research methods 1 (C)
0HV00
Elective
Q3
Modelling (A) 0LEB0
Q4
USE (A)
DBL Hypermedia (D ) 2IO80
Industrial Ecology (B) 0SV20
Research methods 1 (C )
0HV00
Elective
Q3
Modelling (A) 0LEB0
Q4
USE (A) 0SAB0
Technology in Society:
Introduction (C) 0SV10
Mathematics 1 (D) 2DE20
Industrial Ecology (B) 0SV20
Elective
Research methods 1 (C)
0HV00
Elective
Q3
Modeling - Data Modeling
(A) 0LBB0
Bouwfysisch en
Materiaalkundig
Ontwerpen (D) 7S3X0
Research methods 1 (C)
0HV00
Q4
USE (A) 0SAB0
SI Living
Q2
Physics - Conceptual (B)
3NAB0
Technology in Society:
Introduction (C) 0SV10
Elective
Industrial Ecology (B) 0SV20
Elective
PSYCHOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY
PT Living
Q2
Physics - Conceptual (B)
3NAB0
Q3
Modelling (A) 0LEB0
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Q4
Use (A) 0SAB0
Social Psychology &
Consumer Behavior (A)
0HV30
Elective
Bouwfysisch en
Materiaalkundig
Ontwerpen (D) 7S3X0
Research Methods I (C)
0HV00
Brain, Body, Behavior (C )
0HV40
Q3
Modelling (A) 0LEB0
Q4
Use (A) 0SAB0
DBL Hypermedia (D) 2IO80
Brain, Body, Behavior (C)
0HV40
Research Methods I (C)
0HV00
Elective
PT robotica
Q2
Q3
Q4
Physics (Formal) (B) 3NBB0
Modelling (A ) 0LEB0
Use (A) 0SAB0
Social Psychology &
Consumer Behavior (A)
0HV30
Elective
Signals and Mathematics
(D) 2DE40
Brain, Body, Behavior (C)
0HV40
Research Methods I (C)
0HV00
Elective
PT ICT
Q2
Physics - Conceptual (B)
3NAB0
Social Psychology &
Consumer Behavior (A)
0HV30
Elective
Elective
USEFUL WEBSITES
PT: http://studiegids.tue.nl/bachelor-college/majors/psychologytechnology/curriculum/coaching/2014-2015/
SI: http://studiegids.tue.nl/bachelor-college/majors/sustainableinnovation/curriculum/coaching/2014-2015/
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