Are you aware of the influence that electrical engineering has on your everyday life? Topics such as e-mobility, regenerative energies, mobile radio, robotics, virtual reality and artificial intelligence will dominate the headlines. All these topics have one thing in common: electrical engineering! The work of qualified electrical engineers can be found everywhere, and only through constant further development in the field of electrical engineering can the growing demands of society be met. Already today, there is an obvious shortage of trained specialists in electrical engineering in many areas such as energy, automotive, automation, information and communication technology.
The aim of the six-semester bachelor’s program is to obtain a first vocational qualification. In the courses of the first four semesters you will be taught a wide range of basic electrical engineering knowledge. Afterwards, you can select courses from the Information, Microsystems and Automation Technology catalogues that interest you most: an eight-week industrial internship, laboratory internships and a bachelor’s thesis. The industrial internship can be completed either before the start of the course of study or during the course, but at the latest by the end of the fourth semester.