So when it comes to my education I have earned an Engineer's degree at some European university, and my final thesis was some thing that I definitely would like to boast about before my future, potential employer. But while writing my CV I have to this (hopefully) minor confusion. How do I describe this two things - degree and thesis in consistent manner ?
To elaborate, I know that that an Engineer's degree is not really a thing in Anglosphere world and I would be better of describing my degree as a Bachelor's_degree or Bachelor of Engineering. I'm fine with that. But now what wording should I use for my thesis? Should it be described as an engineer's thesis or a bachelor's thesis?
My problem with describing it as a "bachelor's thesis" is as follows, in my country there is substantial difference between an bachelor's and a engineer's thesis, the latter consists of not only an thesis itself (the whitepaper) but also comes with some kind of real-live-problem-solution project. So by going with this option, at least as far I understand, I'm omitting piece of crucial, in this case, information.
On the other hand, if I would like go with "engineer's thesis" it might be little bit confusing for a reader, as there will be two different naming conventions to describe same thing in one document. What is more, I'm not even sure whether this kind of wording will sound right bells in, for example US-based, reader's mind.
How should I approach this ?