Integrated product development
Since the summer semester 2015, we have been offering a master's degree in mechanical engineering. The courses offered are aimed at graduates of a first degree course in the fields of mechanical engineering and mechatronics.
The Master's degree programme in Mechanical Engineering enables graduates of a diploma or bachelor's degree programme to support the knowledge gained so far with theoretical knowledge in order to meet the requirements of modern research and development tasks in a special way. The course of studies is particularly oriented towards the competence requirements of integrated product development, as they arise in the course of the evolutionary change of the development and production environment in the sense of "Industry 4.0". It supplements a bachelor's or diploma program in depth. The aim is to enable graduates to work creatively in research and development departments, including control and management tasks. In addition, particularly qualified students should receive the theoretical basics that enable them to do a doctorate or work in scientific fields. The Master's degree also qualifies students for a career in higher service.
Degree: Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)
Duration : 3 semesters
Start: Winter & summer semster
Course language: German
Admission requirements :
Fees : No tuition fees, only €52 student service fee per semester
CHE ranking 2019/20:
The focus of the new Master's programme in Mechanical Engineering is on integrated product development. The choice of this orientation is based on the following trends and observations:
The acquisition of the Master's qualification is intended to further qualify well-trained engineers for control and management tasks and thereby impart important competencies in the complex field of integrated product development. The further development of the processes with regard to industry 4.0 requires the competence for independent scientific work, which the Master's programme imparts methodically and in the context of the task environment.
Übersicht über die Lehrveranstaltungen, SWS (Semesterwochenstunden) und ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) im Studiengang Master Maschinenbau.
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|Numerische Methoden im Maschinenbau||4||5|
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