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Help to transform the economy in a climate-friendly way! Many billions of euros will be invested in this over the next few years. Engineers who drive this transformation with technical and business interests are needed for this. Working in a digital environment should feel natural to you.
As an industrial engineer, you know what is technically feasible and economical at the same time. At DIT, you can choose between two specialisations during your studies. The focus on business management prepares you for managerial positions, but also for later self-employment. With the knowledge from the focus on "Business Analytics", you can optimally control and constantly improve the use of resources in your company. Especially when it comes to a more climate-friendly economy. But also the construction of prototypes or the calculation of PV systems are examples of the areas of responsibility of our graduates.
Degree: Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
Duration: 7 semesters (3.5 years)
Start: October (winter semester)
Course language: German
Pre-requisite knowledge: Knowledge in scientific basics are preferred
Fees : No tuition fees, only €62 student service fee per semester
Many high-quality and varied jobs await industrial engineers. Often in the automotive or renewable energy sectors. The path to research is just as open to you as tasks in engineering offices or with associations and management consultancies.
These are your fields of work:
The core competence of the industrial engineer lies in the integrated view of problems and their solutions. This means that you have to reach agreements with colleagues and convince them. Often you will find yourself in the role of a mediator. The whole thing can also happen on an international level, so you have to be linguistically and interculturally competent. Flexible, cross-sectoral thinking and communication are in the DNA of this degree programme. This gives you a secure basis for dynamic action and the successful development of your personal network. In the course of your career, you can also take on a higher position in management. Working in a digital environment is a matter of course for you at all times.
Overview of lectures and courses, SWS (Semesterwochenstunden = weekly hours/semester) and ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) in the Bachelor's degree Industrial Engineering.
|Mathematical Basics of Engineering Studies||4||5|
|Technical Mechanics I (Statics)||4||5|
|Basics of Engineering Mathematics||4||5|
|Technical Mechanics II (Strength of Materials)||4||5|
|Private Business Law||4||5|
|Basics of Electrical Engineering||4||5|
|Fluid and Energy Technology||4||5|
|Capital Budgeting and Technical Controlling||4||5|
|Measurement and Control Technology||4||5|
|Regenerative Energies und Materials Engineering||4||4|
|Course-specific Compulsory Elective||4||4|
|Scientific Compulsory Elective||2||2|
|Corporate Succession and Business Simulation||4||5|
|Corporate Information Systems||2||3|
|Human Resources Management and Business Law||4||5|
|Presentation and Negotiation Techniques||2||2|
|Focus on Business Management|
|Management and Decision Techniques||4||4|
|Founding Management and Business Planning||2||2|
|Production und Logistics||4||5|
|Operational Organisation, Purchasing and Sales||4||5|
Focus on Business Analytics
|Optimisation and Simulation|
|Model-based Applied Optimisation||4||4|
|Simulation of Production and Logistics Systems||2||2|
|Production and Logistics||4||5|