Industrial engineers are needed above all when it comes to planning and developing products for tomorrow’s markets or when innovative production and logistics processes need to be designed. Specialists with modern engineering training are always in demand. Typical areas of responsibility include technical marketing, strategic product planning, operational organization, management of research and development, sales and distribution, etc. These tasks are primarily performed by companies in the automotive industry, mechanical and plant engineering, the electrical industry, information and communication technology, etc.
The program is strongly focuses on electrical engineering.
- Electrotechnical basics
- Energy and environment
- Cognitive systems
- Communication technology
- Process dynamics
- Elective modules in economics and economics
- Industrial internship (10 weeks)
- Non-technical module
- student research project
Based on the fundamentals acquired in the Bachelor’s program, the Master’s program focuses on technical, economic and interdisciplinary issues. Graduates can independently analyze economic and engineering problems and develop solution methods.