No online courses currently available for this program.
Students obtain a practice-relevant qualification in the three basic disciplines of electrical engineeering/information technology, computer science, production engineering/mechanical engineering and process engineering, although not in the same depth as would be the case in classical engineering departments.
Rather, students are trained by means of special lectures, work practicals, laboratory work and projects to develop their interdsiciplinary knowledge and approach: they learn to reflect on conventional solutions and how to replace these with what are often more cost-efficient and effective integrated systems. Besides the breadth and the integrative character of studies, each student has to choose a specialism and attend advanced courses in their respective field.
The following specialisms are offered on the programme of Systems Engineering:
- Automation technology and robotics
- Systems Software/Embedded Systems
General Studies account for 10 - 25% of the study programme. These courses train key competences for subsequent career fields. By building their own individual specialities, students are able to shape and amplify their academic profile.
Students have to undertake an ten-week work practical.