Bachelor of Science
May 16 - October 15 | January 16 - July 15 (International Students)
Technical cybernetics is an interdisciplinary science. It is located between the engineering sciences and applied mathematics and deals with the description, analysis and control of dynamic processes. Cybernetic methods enable, for example, the automatic navigation of ships, allow complex processes to be described in cell organisms or help to optimise logistical processes such as timetables or energy networks.
The course of study imparts basic knowledge in the fields of automation, modelling, analysis, system theory, control and optimisation of technical processes. A basic education in mathematics, which is derived from the bachelor's programme in mathematics, and a broad selection of fundamentals from the engineering and natural science disciplines lay the foundation for this.
Basic principles of engineering (e.g. physics, mechanical engineering, thermodynamics, electrical engineering and electronics, computer science, measurement and sensor technology)
Mathematics (e.g. analysis, linear algebra, numerics and stochastics)
Major-specific moduls (e.g. automation engineering, modeling and simulation, control and system technology, system identification, digital control systems, system theory)
Application fields (optional modules) (e.g. biomedical engineering, energy grids, robotics, microelectronics / circuit technology, process measurement technology)
Advanced internship and bachelor thesis