Industrial Engineering and Management

Short profile

degree
Master of Science

admission restriction
none | individual acceptance

standard length of study
4 semester

study start
April 1 or october 1

teaching language
German

credit points
120

admission requirements
Bachelor's degree in a similar field

application
possible throughout the year

Description

The research-oriented master program Industrial Engineering and Management with the degree Master of Science (M. Sc.) is a combination major which is characterized by its interdisciplinarity and almost balance of engineering science, economic science and law. It is based on a Bachelor degree in Industrial Engineering and Management. On the basis of relevant Bachelor's degree programs, these goals are to be attained by the deepening aquirement of knowledge, skills and practical abilities.

The university-specific combination of economic and engineering areas trains the logical-analytic thinking, scope of action and creative possibilites in the intersection between economics and technology within specific industry profiles. The consistent practical-oriented education shall guarantee a direct route to the competence providers in the free enterprise.

The master program aims at a far-reaching scientific examination of individual tasks and questions in the interface between economics and technology. The economic part imparts classical economic content and recent economic developments. The engineering part is divided into the three independent specialisations: mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and automation and biomedical technology.

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Content of study

13 %
Economic fundamentals (e.g. production and logistics management, quantitative enterprise planning, civil law, enterprise knowledege management, IV-strategies, digital factory)
22 %
Compulsory courses according to chosen economic profile (Profiles at choice: strategic management | financial management, corporate accounting and taxation | supply chain management | international management | product- and market management | information and knowledge management | general economics)
8 %
Free elective courses (Courses out of the complete offering of the major and extras)
32 %
Specialisations (see specialisations and detailed overview)
25 %
Master thesis

Specialisations

  • Automation

  • Biomedical Technology

  • Electrical Engineering

  • Mechanical Engineering

Fields of work

  • Product development and innovations management

  • Management of value added chain (production planning and logistics management)

  • Technical sales and marketing

  • Strategic enterprise management (organisation and personnel management)

  • Technical controlling and investment planning (finance, accounting, performance management)

  • Enterprise consulting

  • Information management and IT usage in production and service companie

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