Industrial engineering combines engineering sciences with economic sciences. There is a considerable need for engineers who are able to think outside the box, who can combine knowledge of technologies for products and production systems with marketing and corporate management concepts. We promote interdisciplinary cooperation and holistic strategic thinking. This enables our students to understand and speak the language of economics and the language of engineers, which is very challenging because students have to be at home in two worlds. The industry knows this, so our graduates can always choose from a wide range of vacancies.
The program is strongly focuses on mechanical engineering.
- Plastics technology
- Product development
- Energy and process engineering
- Production technology
- Lightweight construction with hybrid systems
- Material properties and simulation
- Automotive engineering
- Elective modules in economics and economics
- Non-technical module
- Industrial internship (10 weeks)
- student research project
- Case Studies
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.