School of Business, Science and Engineering

The School of Business, Engineering and Science trains future economists, engineers and environmental scientists.

About ETN

The school has approximately 120 employees and consists of five departments.

Management, administration and teachers/researchers have offices in the O-building, the N-building and the T-building on the campus area. Most of the teaching is also conducted in those buildings, but it
sometimes occurs that lectures are held in other buildings on campus. The school will move to newly renovated premises in building S by the autumn semester 2020.

The School of Business, Engineering and Science trains future economists, engineers and environmental scientists.

Education

First-cycle study programme 

  • Construction and Real Estate Business Programme
  • Study Programme in Business and Economics
  • Business Administration and Economics Programme
  • The International Marketing Programme
  • Construction Engineer
  • Energy Engineer - Renewable Energy
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Programme in Innovation Engineering
  • Exercise Biomedicine
  • Conservation and Diversity
  • Environment, Innovation and Sustainability

Continuing professional development

  • Master's Programme (60 credits) in Accounting and Bank Management
  • Master's Programme (120 credits) in Strategic Entrepreneurship for International Growth
  • Completing Courses for Real Estate Agents
  • Master's Programme (60 credits) in Mechanical Engineering
  • Master’s programme (120 credits) in Energy Smart Innovation in the Built Environment
  • Master's Programme (120 credits) in Industrial Management and Innovation
  • Master's Programme (60 credits) in Exercise Biomedicine - Human Performance
  • Master's Programme (60 credits) in Applied Environmental Science

Third-cycle courses are given within the field of innovation science.

The Faculty Programme Director is John Lindgren.



Research

The school’s research is organised into two different research environments. The Center for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning Research (CIEL) and the Rydberg Laboratory of Applied Sciences (RLAS).

The Research Leader at CIEL is Magnus Holmén.

The Research leaders at RLAS are Marie Mattsson and Bengt-Göran Rosén.

Center for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning Research (CIEL)

Rydberg Laboratory for Applied Sciences (RLAS)

Innovative environments

The Rydberg Core Laboratory is part of the School of Business, Engineering and Science,
which includes the manufacturing lab “Fab Lab”.

Rydberg Core Laboratory

Fab Lab

Organisation

Management and administration

Dean

Anna Cregård

Controller

Jenny Wagnemark

Heads of Department for Biomechanics and
Mechanical Engineering

Magnus Larsson, Jonas Bäckman

Head of Department for Construction and Energy
Engineering

Erik Möllerström

Head of Department for Business Studies

Henrietta Nilson

Head of Department for Innovation Management

Joakim Tell

Head of Department for Environmental and
Biosciences

Sylvia Waara

Administrative researcher

Anna Thornberg

Collaborative Coordinator

Hans Löfgren

Research Coordinator CIEL

Anders Billström

Research Coordinator RLAS

Charlotte Olsson

Communications officer

Christa Amnell

Human Resources Specialist

Eva Berg


Programansvariga

Construction and Real Estate Economics Programme

Magnus Lindberg

Business Programme

Titti Eliasson

Economics Programme

Titti Eliasson

International Marketing Programme

Thomas Helgesson

Construction Engineering

John Lindgren

Energy Engineering - renewable energy

Heidi Norrström

Development Engineering Programme

Leif Nordin

Biomedicine- specialisation in exercise physiology

Åsa Andersson

Nature conservation and species diversity

Göran Sahlén

Environment, innovation and sustainability

Antonia Liess


Advisory Board

Chairperson
Anna Cregård

Faculty representatives
Mei Gong
Navid Ghannad
Fawzi Halila
Marie Mattsson
Urban Persson
Håkan Petersson

Student representatives
Erik Edelönn
Jonathan Jonasson
Dennis Olofsson

Please contact the advisory board secretary Anna Thornberg for more information.

The Department of Biomechanics and Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Biomechanics and Mechanical Engineering conducts education and research within applied sciences and engineering, with a focus on producing and developing products, such as more environmentally-friendly combustion engines, ergonomic hand tools, lightweight materials, dental implants with superior properties, and effective training and
rehabilitation equipment.

The department includes courses in biomechanics, computer-aided design, industrial design, material engineering, production and technical mechanics.

The researchers at this department belong to the research environment Rydberg Laboratory for Applied Sciences (RLAS).

The Rydberg Laboratory for Applied Sciences

The Department of Construction and Energy Engineering

The Department of Construction and Energy Engineering conducts education and research within construction and energy.

On the construction engineering programme, the focus is on construction design and project planning, partly on construction design and project management. The focus of the Energy Engineering Programme is renewable energy.

In energy engineering, research is conducted in district heating, wind power and smart energy use. In district heating, for example, low-temperature systems and the expansion of district heating in Europe and China are managed.

Construction engineering research is conducted within, among other things, management and organisation of construction processes, innovations, quality management in construction and sustainable construction in developing countries.

The researchers at this department belong to the research environments Center for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning Research (CIEL) and the Rydberg Laboratory for Applied Sciences (RLAS).

Center for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning Research

The Rydberg Laboratory for Applied Sciences

The Department of Business Studies

The Department of Business Studies conducts education and research with a particular focus on business economics.

Subject groups within the department are marketing, organisation and leadership, accounting/finance, economics, and law. The department’s research and education focuses on strategic management, international marketing and entrepreneurship, as well as economics.

The department is responsible for the Business Programme (4 years), Construction and Real Estate Economics Programme, International Marketing Programme and Economics Programme (all 3 years) and the Master’s Programme in Auditing and Banking (1 year).

The researchers at this department belong to the research environment Center for
Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning Research (CIEL).

Center for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning Research

The Department of Environmental and Biosciences

The Department of Environmental and Biosciences conducts education and research in environmental science and biomedicine.

On the Biomedicine Programme - specialisation in exercise physiology, the body’s structure and function at molecular, cell, organ and entire body level are studied.

There are two different programmes within environmental science: Environment, Innovation and Sustainability, as well as Nature Conservation and Species Diversity. Here, studies include sustainability issues, nature conservation and environmental changes.

The researchers at this department belong to the research environment the Rydberg Laboratory for Applied Sciences (RLAS).

The Rydberg Laboratory for Applied Sciences

The Department of Innovation Management

The Department of Innovation Management conducts research with the aim of developing knowledge in innovation, entrepreneurship and regional learning.

The Department of Innovation Management conducts research with the aim of developing knowledge in innovation, entrepreneurship and regional learning. Research focuses on innovation and product development work, strategy and management, entrepreneurship, marketing, financing, organisation, governance and internationalisation.

The department is responsible for the Development Engineering Programme (3 years) and the Master’s Programme in Industrial Organisation and Innovation (2 years) and for several independent courses within project management.

The researchers at this department belong to the research environment Center for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning Research (CIEL).

Center for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning Research

updated

2019-02-21

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