Regional Aspects in a New Engineering Way of Thinking Development of Bachelors of Techniques and Technology

  • Galina I. Egorova
  • Natalya I. Loseva
  • Andrey N. Egorov
  • Elena L. Belyak
  • Olga M. DemidovaEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 907)


In an innovative knowledge economy in Russia there must be a unified complex of bachelors’ training based on integral interaction in the system “bachelor-faculty member – an engineer at the enterprise”. The purpose of the study is to enhance the level of a new engineering thinking of future engineers, as the bases for professional competences formation. The results of the study: (1) the concept has been developed and tested to select individual educational trajectory, that provides the development of a new engineering thinking with the account of regionalism; (2) the importance of the concept is proved by scientific ideas, approaches, and principles; (3) it has been proved that a new engineering thinking creates flexible and dynamic systems responding fast to the regional market requirements; (4) the peculiarities of the process have been determined, by criteria-estimating component based on the integration principle, allowing to analyze mental operations, develop creativity, research scientific problems in stages thus entering a new level of thinking development; (5) conditions of methodological system are justified.

Methods of research are theoretical, empirical, pilot testing, mathematical treatment methods. Conclusion: grounds for goal-setting have been defined, the concept; syllabi and testing materials; content modules have been developed. It has been proved that it is possible to develop new engineering thinking to enhance the quality of the professional education of bachelors of Science within innovative society development.


New engineering thinking Conception of an individual educational trajectory Innovation principles Regionalism Ecological compatibility 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Industrial University of TyumenTobolskRussian Federation
  2. 2.Tomsk Polytechnic UniversityTomskRussian Federation

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