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Master Electrical Engineering (M.Sc.)

Decisive technological developments are taking place especially in electrical engineering. The wide application of micro electronics and computer technology in automatisation, information technology and electrical energy engineering strongly influences both the working world and the private life of every individual. Here it is the task of the engineer  to master these developments, to manage them and to promote them.

Additionally our society demands from the engineer not only to develop technical solutions but also to consider their consequences for men and environment. The basic aim of engineering to solve problems by an economic use of modern scientific and technical means remains valid also for the future.

For this purpose engineers have not only to be competent in the relevant scientific and technological fields, but they also have to be capable of judging the economic and social effects of their actions. Furthermore they have to document their work, to exchange information with other disciplines and to present the approach considered to be correct in a convincing way.

 

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For more detailed information please refer to:

  • the degree program flowplan (Studienverlaufsplan) presenting a sensible distribution of all the modules required to obtain the degree during the course of studies.
  • the timetable (Stundenplan) including the lectures, seminars and practicals of the current semester according to the degree program flowplan.
  • the examinations regulations (Prüfungsordnung) stipulating all examination and registration formalities.

Further information on examinations, rooms and absence because of illness can be found on the pages of the Examinations Office.