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Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, B.Eng

Faculty of Electrical Engineering & Media Technology








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Deggendorf, DIT





Additional Admission Requirements:

Skills in Maths are of advantage


















Create the modern world

Many things today run electronically, from car window regulators to mobile phones and computers to power generation and energy conversion. The control of machines and production plants is also often carried out by the use of electrical equipment. For example, robots are used in automobile production.

The young engineers of the Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology course at Deggendorf Technical University help to shape the modern world after completing their studies. There are job opportunities in large industry as well as in small and medium-sized industry, in trade, as self-employed persons, in the public sector and with associations and research institutions.

Electrical engineering is a very innovative engineering science and requires permanent further training even after graduation.

fact sheet Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Degree: Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)

Duration: 7 semesters

Start: Winter semester

Location: Deggendorf

Course language: German

Admission requirements :

  •  General university entrance qualification


  • Sufficient knowledge of basic scientific subjects (especially mathematics) is necessary

Key focus areas:

  • Automation engineering
  • Energy and industrial installation engineering
  • Communications
  • Technical Electronics

Post-graduate oportunities:

Fees : No tuition fees, only €52 student service fee per semester

Contact : welcome@th-deg.de


Career prospects

Electrical engineers can choose from a wide range of applications. The formerly common profession of electrician no longer exists. Electrical engineers are trained in the fields of energy and building technology, information and communication technology and automation technology.

Electrical engineers for energy and building technology deal with the installation, maintenance and repair of energy supply systems and electrical systems in buildings (for example lighting and communication systems, solar systems and lightning protection systems). They are mainly employed in electrical engineering companies and facility service companies.

Electrical engineers in information and communication technology take care of data processing and data transmission systems. These can include alarm systems, access control systems, telephone systems and surveillance systems.

Electrical engineers in automation technology specialise in automation systems and automation systems, i.e. they look after production plants, traffic control systems and building services systems (including ventilation and heating systems). Electronics technicians in this field work for manufacturers and users of automation systems, e.g. in the automotive, plant engineering and mechanical engineering sectors.

The fields of activity of bachelor and master graduates in electrical engineering and information technology range from research and development in the laboratories of industry, universities and large research institutions, to activities in the fields of data processing, software, organisation, project planning and processing, to production and manufacturing, sales and marketing, also in areas outside the electrical engineering sector.

There are job opportunities in large industry, in small and medium-sized industry, in trade, as self-employed as well as in the public sector, in associations and research institutions.

This training gives people with a wide range of interests and creative potential the tools they need for interdisciplinary work.
Occupational fields

  •     Automotive sector
  •     Metrology
  •     Teaching
  •     Research and Development
  •     Telecommunications
  •     special mechanical engineering
  •     Broadcasting and mobile operators
  •     PC board development
  •     Authorities/Administration
  •     Electronics development and production
  •     equipment construction

Subject Overview

Übersicht über die Lehrveranstaltungen, SWS (Semesterwochenstunden) und ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) im Studiengang Bachelor Elektro- und Informationstechnik.


1. Semester SWS ECTS
Mathematik I 8 9
Physik I 5 6
Grundlagen der Elektrotechnik I 8 8
Informatik I 3 4
Grundlagen der Digitaltechnik 2 2
2. Semester SWS ECTS
Mathematik II 6 6
Physik II 5 5
Grundlagen der Elektrotechnik II 7 8
Informatik II 3 3
Materialwissenschaften und angewandte Festkörperphysik 4 5
Betriebswirtschaftslehre 2 3
3. Semester SWS ECTS
Informatik III 3 4
Digitaltechnik 4 4
Elektronische Bauelemente 6 7
Elektrische Messtechnik 8 10
Regelungstechnik I 4 4
Allgemeinwissenschaftliches Wahlpflichtfach I 2 2
4. Semester SWS ECTS
Schaltungstechnik I 4 5
Mikrocomputertechnik 4 4
Digitale Signalverarbeitung 4 5
Nachrichtenübertragungstechnik I 4 5
Elektrodynamik 4 5
Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit 4 4
Allgemeinwissenschaftliches Wahlpflichtfach II 2 2

Wahl eines Schwerpunktes

5. Semester SWS ECTS
Betriebspraktikum - 24
Praxisseminar 2 2
Praxisergänzendes Vertiefungsfach I 2 2
Praxisergänzendes Vertiefungsfach II 2 2

Studienschwerpunkt Automatisierungstechnik (AUT)

6. Semester SWS ECTS
Regelungstechnik II 4 6
Automatisierungstechnik 4 6
Sensor-Aktor-Netzwerke 4 6
Leistungselektronik 4 6
Robotik 4 6
7. Semester SWS ECTS
Elektrische Maschinen und Antriebe 4 6
Fahrzeugelektronik 4 6
Englisch für Ingenieure 4 4
Seminar 2 2
Bachelorarbeit - 12

Studienschwerpunkt Energie- und Anlagentechnik (EAT)

6. Semester SWS ECTS
Energietechnische Anlagen 4 6
Anlagenautomatisierung 4 6
Systemtechnik erneuerbarer Energien 4 6
Leistungselektronik 4 6
Stromversorgungstechnik 4 6
7. Semester SWS ECTS
Rechnergestützte Simulation in der elektrischen Energietechnik 4 6
Elektrische Maschinen und Antriebe 4 6
Englisch für Ingenieure 4 4
Seminar 2 2
Bachelorarbeit - 12

Studienschwerpunkt Nachrichtentechnik (NT)

6. Semester SWS ECTS
Hochfrequenzelektronik 4 6
Leitungsgebundene Nachrichtenübertragung 4 6
Mobilkommunikation 4 6
Nachrichtenübertragungstechnik II 4 6
Kommunikation und Netzwerktechnik 4 6
7. Semester SWS ECTS
Hochfrequenzmesstechnik/Mikrowellenschaltungsentwurf 4 6
Schaltungstechnik II 4 6
Englisch für Ingenieure 4 4
Seminar 2 2
Bachelorarbeit - 12

Studienschwerpunkt Technische Elektronik (TE)

6. Semester SWS ECTS
Grundlagen integrierter Schaltungen und Systeme 4 6
Einführung in die Optoelektronik und Lasertechnik 4 6
Produktion/Qualitätssicherung in der Elektrotechnik 4 6
Digitale Bildverarbeitung 4 6
Stromversorgungstechnik 4 6
7. Semester SWS ECTS
Hochfrequenzschaltungstechnik 4 6
Fahrzeugelektronik 4 6
Englisch für Ingenieure 4 4
Seminar 2 2
Bachelorarbeit - 12