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Technical Design, B.Eng.

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering & Mechatronics

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Location:

Deggendorf, DIT

 

Degree:

B.Eng.

 

Additional Admission Requirements:

Skills in Maths are of advantage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semesters

 

€52

Fees

 

Study

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You shape the future

Whether in the automotive industry, mechanical engineering, measurement technology or the electrical industry, good design is increasingly becoming a success factor and a differentiating factor.

Design is the integration of creative, technical and functional aspects and thus creates the connection between economy, high customer benefit, ease-of-use and aesthetics. Despite the increasing importance of design, many medium-sized companies still do not have their own industrial designers. But there is much to suggest that demand is expected to grow significantly. Creativity and agility are two core competencies with which you can help shape the industrial design of tomorrow - with the Bachelor in Technical Design.


Fact Sheet Technical Design

Degree: Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)

Duration : 7 semesters

Start: Winter semester

Location: Deggendorf

Admission requirements :

  •  General university entrance qualification

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

Prerequisites:

  • Knowledge in science-based subjects in beneficial

CHE ranking 2019/20:

  • Leading position in Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics

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Career prospects

The course is located at the intersection of mechanical engineering and industrial design. As a Bachelor of Technical Design you will study the best of both worlds and drive the development of industrial products both from a technical and artistic point of view. In your job, you will interact closely with other disciplines as part of a team. As a designer, you think in terms of comprehensive product concepts and interact closely with customers.

The Technical Design course is offered by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics. In contrast to courses of study at other Bavarian universities, it is much more technically oriented. Accordingly, your degree is also a Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.).

From the field of engineering, competences are imparted which form the basis of technical product development. This includes mathematics, mechanics, design, materials engineering and production engineering.

In the area of creative design you will learn the basics of perception and design as well as the necessary art historical and cultural backgrounds. You will also gain insight into the diverse methods and materials available for the design of industrial products. Basic knowledge in business administration and brand management rounds off your range of skills.

Your studies develop from teaching theoretical basics in the first semesters to specific topics and the application or practice of acquired competences in the following semesters. Project work plays a central role in this. Here you will experience the diversity and complexity of a development process live and learn to master it. Some of the courses are offered in English, which underlines the intercultural orientation of the program and increases your attractiveness as a Bachelor of Engineering on the job market.

Occupational fields:

  •     Product development (product conception, product design, product development (product conception, product design, construction) with manufacturers of investment and consumer goods)
  •     Product designer as service provider for companies in the design office or as freelance engineer
  •     product manager
  •     project manager
  •     Technical sales
  •     Technical management and corporate governance

Subject Overview

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

 

1. Semester SWS ECTS
Mathematik 1 4 5
Angewandte Physik 4 5
Technische Mechanik 1 (Statik) 4 5
Konstuktion 4 5
Zeichnen und Entwerfen 1 4 5
Wahrnehmung, Farbe, Form und Material 4 5
     
2. Semester SWS ECTS
Mathematik 2 4 5
Physikalisches Praktikum 2 2
Technische Mechanik 2 (Festigkeitslehre) 4 5
Zeichnen und Entwerfen 2 2 3
Darstellende Geometrie 2 3
Einführung in 3D-CAD 2 2
Gestaltung und Gestaltungsprozess 6 8
Fremdsprache 2 2
     
3. Semester SWS ECTS
Technische Mechanik 3 4 5
Informatik 2 4
Rechnerpraktikum (Informatik) 2 1
Maschinenelemente 4 5
Chemie 2 2
CAD Modellierung 1 4 4
Ergonomie und Usability 4 5
Entwurfsprojekt 1 4 4
     
4. Semester SWS ECTS
Werkstofftechnik 4 4
Alternative Werkstoffe 4 4
CAD Modellierung 2 4 4
Konstruktionsmethodik 2 2
Entwurfsprojekt 2 4 6
Fertigungstechnik 4 6
Rapid Prototyping 2 2
Studiengangspezifisches Wahlpflichtfach 2 2
     
5. Semester SWS ECTS
Höhere Werkstofftechnik 4 5
Entwurfsprojekt 3 4 6
Technische Energielehre 4 5
Elektrotechnik 4 5
Bionik 4 5
Nachhaltigkeit 2 2
Allgemeinwissenschaftliches Wahlpflichtfach oder Fremdsprache 2 2
     
6. Semester SWS ECTS
Industriepraktikum - 24
Praxisseminar 2 2
Ausgewählte Themen aus der Praxis 1 2 2
Ausgewählte Themen aus der Praxis 2 2 2
     
7. Semester SWS ECTS
3D-Messtechnik / Reverse Engineering 4 5
Marketing 2 3
Designstrategie und Markenführung 2 3
Qualitäts- und Projektmanagement 2 3
Allgemeinwissenschaftliches Wahlpflichtfach oder Fremdsprache 2 2
     
Bachelorarbeit - 12
Bacholorseminar 1 2