Mechanical Engineering

Short profile

degree
Master of Science

admission restriction
none | individual acceptance

standard length of study
3 semester

study start
April 1 or october 1

teaching language
German

credit points
90

admission requirements
Bachelor's degree in a similar field

application
possible throughout the year

Description

This master program is designed consecutive and based on the Mechanical Engineering bachelor program. It can also be taken from graduates of similar bachelor programs such as Electrical Engineering, Computer and Systems Engineering, Mechatronics, Automotive Engineering, Optronics, Microsystems Engineering or graduates from other technical bachelor programs like Engineering, Science or Computer Science with 210 credit points (CP).

The master program Mechanical Engineering is based on a broad subject-specific training in natural science and engineering science  and extends it by a specific profile of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. This profile is oriented in teaching and research in the areas of precision engineering, mechatronics, optics and light technology, measurement, sensor and drive technology, micro- and precision machining, microsystem technology, nanotechnology, engineering design and the development of CAD solutions for the construction and production of stationary and mobile systems, factory operation, man-machine interaction, ergonomics, environmentally appropriate manufacturing and materials engineering and thermodynamics.

Based on a broad fundamental education in engineering science follows the specialisation on such components and systems in Mechanical Engineering in which the abovementioned specifics and information technology are essential components. Research with focus on the use and development of state-of-the-art technology, combined with a theoretical and practical oriented mechanical engineering education, describes the special profile.

Fields of study

9 %
Simulation of technical systems (e.g. computer-assisted methods in mechanical egineering, PC-based Control)
27 %
Obligatory courses according to chosen specialisation (see specialisation and detailed overview)
24 %
Optional courses according to chosen specialisation (see specialisation and detailed overview)
7 %
Project seminar
33 %
Master thesis

Specialisations

  • Construction

  • Precision Engineering and Optics

  • Production Technology

  • Measurement and Sensor Technology

  • Thermo and Fluid Dynamics

  • Plastics Technology

Fields of work

  • Research and development

  • Project planning

  • Production and research management

  • Technical consulting, surveying

  • Quality assurance and inspection

  • Sales and service

  • Business management of competitive companies

  • Education and Research at universities/colleges

Further information