As a link between energy system transformation and structural change, globalization and dependence on imports, the supply of energy and raw materials is one of the major challenges of the coming decades – not only for Germany, but also for Europe and ultimately the whole world. In order to solve the complex problems, students of the Bachelor’s program in Energy and Raw Materials receive a broad, practical knowledge base in natural sciences, engineering and economics. With these basic skills, graduates will be able to work on a wide range of tasks in industry, government and research resulting from these profound changes. The bachelor’s program in Energy and Raw Materials is divided into two courses:
- Energy and raw material supply technology
- petroleum engineering
The two fields of study have a large number of identical basic modules in the natural sciences and engineering as well as in business administration and law and special modules based on these. In addition to the compulsory modules, a number of options are offered for in-depth study or specialization.