The Bachelor’s programme in Industrial Engineering and Management provides general training in the fields of economics and engineering as well as in-depth specialist knowledge in a particular field of application. The aim of the programme is to train students who can be employed in many technical and economic fields of work, especially where technical and economic thinking is required simultaneously.
Supported by one of the largest faculties in Germany, the course opens up a unique variety of specialisation opportunities. In our country’s largest service and industrial location, there are also many opportunities for internships and employment opportunities for graduates.
Predefined combination of about 40% economic science and 60% engineering science, the latter either in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering or information technology. Already at the time of enrolment you have to make a decision for one of the three fields of study:
- Energy and economy,
- Mechanical engineering and economy
- Information Technology and Economy
From the fourth or fifth semester onwards, one of the following areas of specialisation is taken in business administration:
- power industry
- International and Strategic Management
- Management and Marketing
- production management
- Technology and Operations Management