You choose a focus from the four specializations. You acquire the required credits by successfully attending compulsory and elective modules.
The four selectable specializations:
- Structural engineering
- Infrastructure and environment
- Construction management and economics
- Materials science and applied mechanics
The Master’s program with the chosen specialization in each case leads to a second degree that qualifies students for a profession and significantly broadens their career prospects compared to the Bachelor’s degree. The Master’s examination determines whether the students have acquired the extended specialist knowledge, skills and methods necessary for the transition to professional practice, whether they have an overview of more comprehensive specialist contexts and the ability to analyze engineering problems in the field of the chosen degree program and to independently develop and apply scientific methods and findings to describe or solve them. In addition, the passed Master’s examination permits admission to doctoral studies and thus enables an academic career.