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Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, M.Sc.

Faculty of Electrical Engineering & Media Technology

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Location:

Deggendorf, DIT

 

Degree:

M.Sc.

 

Course Language:

German & English

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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€52

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The aim of the Master's programme is thus to enable graduates of a diploma or bachelor's programme to support the knowledge gained to date with further theoretical knowledge in order to meet the requirements of modern development tasks, particularly in high-tech areas, in a special way. The Master's degree paves the way for a later doctorate and thus also for work in scientific fields.
Language:

The Master's programme is taught primarily in English. Therefore a good (B2 level) understanding of English is necessary for the study and must be proven by common language examinations such as TOEFL, IELTS for English. A list of recognized certificates can be found on our website.

The courses of the Automation and Power Engineering focus are taught entirely in English. All but one courses of the Electronic and Communication Systems focus are tought in English, however all course materials and exams are in English.


Fact Sheet Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Duration: 3 semesters

Start: Winter & summer semester

Location : Deggendorf

Course language: English (German)

Admission requirements :

  • Admission is defined in the study and examination regulations. (§ 3 Qualification and Admission Requirements and Admission)
  • Candidates for the Master Electrical Engineering and Information Technology programme at the Deggendorf Institute of Technology are required to have a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and/or IT (or related field) with an overall grade of at least 'good'.
  • In addition, applicants must pass an assessment test. The assessment test  is composed of complex problems in advanced mathematics for engineering, as well as in the principles of electrical engineering and information technology and their applications.
  • The digital admission test can be taken in person in Deggendorf free of charge. If you are unable to attend the test in Deggendorf, an online test is available at your convenience. However, this test will be proctored by an external service provider and as such will incur a fee of 26 USD, payable at the time of scheduling using an internationally recognized credit card (Sample test). 
  • Work experience after completing the first university degree is not required for approval.
  • If German is not the candidate´s first language, German A2 certification must be provided by the end of the second semester. We would like to advise all successful applicants that you will have to write a German placement test upon arrival at the university. The placement test serves to help us help you achieve your German requirements more efficiently. German courses are offered free of charge during the semester. Intensive German courses can be taken for a small fee during the semester breaks.
  • If English is not the candidate´s first language, proof of English proficiency must be provided.

Key focus:

  • Electronic and telecommunication systems
  • Automation and energy technology

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

Contact : welcome@th-deg.de

CHE ranking 2019/20:

  • Leading position in  electrical engineering and information technology

Career prospects

Companies are increasingly confronted with international interdependencies ('globalisation'), complex organisational structures and increasingly complex technology. In addition to an international orientation, there are increased demands on qualified engineers in research and development or with management tasks.

The markets of the digital world of today and tomorrow need more and more highly qualified engineers in electronics and information and communication technology who are capable of creative work with in-depth theoretical knowledge and a broad spectrum of expertise. With the Master of Science you are optimally prepared for the future.

The international orientation of a Master of Science and the high scientific standard of the training give you the necessary security at the start of your professional life and the companies or research institutions the guarantee to employ highly qualified staff.

If you are among the best, you will have the best prerequisites to complete a doctorate after completing your Master's degree.


Subject Overview

Outline of the study course, SWS (semester hours per week) and ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) in the Master of Electrical Engineering & Information Technology programme

 

Modules of Joint Studies (both Key Focus Areas)

SWS ECTS
     
Advance Progamming Techniques 4 5
Numerical Methods 4 5
Special Methenatical Methods 4 5
Harmonising Courses or two Compulsory Electives 8 10
Compulsory Elective 4 5
Selected Topics in Business Administration and HR Management 4 5
Foreign Language Course (German for international students) 4 4
Mastermodul (Master Thesis + Master Seminar) - 26
     

Modules of the key focus Electronic and Communication Systems (ENS)

SWS ECTS
Selected Topics in Micro- und Nanoelektronics 4 5
Selected Topics in Optoelektronics und Laser Technology 4 5
Modern RF and Radio Systems 4 5
Special Devices and Circuits 4 5
Signals and Systems in Communication Technology 4 5
     

Modules of the key focus Automation and Power Engineering (AET)

SWS ECTS
Advanced Modelling and Simulation 4 5
Selected Topics in Control Engineering 4 5
Selected Topics in contactless Sensor Technology 4 5
Automotive and Industrial Drive Systems 4 5
Renewable Energy Systems (Generation and Distribution) 4 5