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Master's Programme in Industrial Electrical Engineering Automotive

 

Due to the enormous cost pressure and the high degree of rationalisation in production, the often technically dominated view in companies in the automotive industry must be combined with economic competence. As a result, technical and managerial staff in the automotive industry are increasingly required to have integrated economic and technical skills. This is particularly true in the areas of innovative automation of operational processes and technical marketing. The Master's programme in Automotive Industrial Electrical Engineering is therefore intended to give students the ability to deal with complex technical issues under consideration of technical and economic boundary conditions. The students are trained as generalists with comprehensive knowledge of technology and business.

This approach includes the demand not only to develop solutions to technical and financial problems, but also to consider their consequences for people and the environment. The basic goal of the engineering work, to solve given problems with rational use of modern scientific and technical aids, is also valid for the future, but using an extended set of instruments. For this, the industrial engineers must have competence in the relevant technological and economic areas. But they also need the ability to assess the social impact of their actions. Finally, they have to document their work, exchange information with other disciplines, and convincingly present the path they have identified as the right one.

For more detailed information, please follow the links below:

To be admitted to the degree programme, your Bachelor's certificate must be accompanied by an admission procedure.

The overview of modules and areas of PO 2017, PO 2015 and PO 2011 serves as an orientation guide for the study programme.

All events are described in a detailed module catalogue of PO 2017, PO 2015 and PO 2011.

The current exemplary timetables can be found here. Individual timetables can be created in WUSEL.

A summary of the most important information on this course of study is also available from the Central Student Advisory Office of the university.

The Central Examinations Office answers exam-related questions on its website, where you will also find the examination regulations. The new examination regulations PO 2017 are filed here for you.