First of all: With regard to mathematical and scientific basics, very good grades in mathematics, physics or chemistry do not harm - but they are not a prerequisite for a successful start into engineering studies. Tailor-made preliminary courses, practice-oriented exercises and tutorials in the Energy - Buildings - Environment department help you to understand and learn the contents.

What is most fun about engineering?

Our engineers develop solutions for specific problems. While other disciplines can be quite abstract, energy, building and environmental technology is concerned with technology that everyone uses in everyday life to supply vital things: clean water, energy and heat. The challenges are increasing demands on supply and changing conditions under which it is to be secured.

Practical studies

That's why we have aligned our studies and tasks with the world in which we live. You solve real problems during your studies by putting theory into practice and learning to create sustainable results.

Who starts studying energy, building and environmental technology can look forward to variety, a exciting professional range and a degree with which one can really make a difference. This can already be seen in the .

Prerequisites for engineers

Engineers require

in their daily work routine

  • technical understanding,
  • a broad specialist knowledge,
  • creativity

Some of it can be trained and learned. The other part has to be carried by a prospective engineer

Engineers have to deal with...

  • Fun in scientific subjects and puzzles. They accompany you every day of your studies and professional life.
  • Developing new ideas in a creative way
  • It's about technology that you experience.
  • Social competence and responsibility
  • High responsibility towards the environment and society because they develop sustainable, efficient and customer-oriented solutions. You learn the systematic, goal-oriented way of thinking and working.
  • Engineers are also true Teamplayers - hardly any of today's challenges could be mastered by just one person.

  • Are the courses difficult?

    There's a spark of truth in every prejudice. But how difficult your studies really are depends on the moment you ask. The fact is that the basics at the beginning of your studies mean a lot of work: Maths, design engineering, chemistry and electrical engineering, for example. "You need stamina," says Sören Möller, who works in the department. "But you can do it."

    We will help you...

    The familiar relationship at the FH Münster pays off: Here you don't sit with 400 other students in one course, but with just 40. The supervision is close, there are tutorials and exercises for the courses and you can directly talk to the professors without any problems - we know each other. "In addition, the students quickly organize themselves and work in the student self-study areas on campus," Möller explains. At the beginning of your studies, you "burn" six to seven college blocks - in the last three semesters, there might be a total of two to three.

    What are the differences between engineers and industrial engineers?

    Both are technically and scientifically educated and hold the title Bachelor of Engineering after their studies. While engineers mainly work on planning, development and implementation, industrial engineers work more on interfaces and business topics.

    What do work and career prospects look like?

    Engineers and industrial engineers in energy technology, building technology and environmental technology do not tinker with individual products, but develop and optimise the systems in which technology interacts. They plan, develop, organise, monitor and support customers and prepare quotations. In this way they change the greater system and pave the way for a more sustainable future.

    Potential employers

    • Planning and engineering offices
    • Hospital operators
    • Airports
    • Energy supply companies for electricity, gas or water
    • Municipalities and municipal utilities
    • Industrial companies that produce and sell components and systems

    Why FH Münster?

    The studies in energy, building and environmental technology offer you flexibility and plenty of opportunity for professional development. We won't leave you alone. We accompany and support you in your decisions so that you can fully develop your potential. The degree programme offers an ideal stepping stone into the engineering profession - you may hold this title with a Bachelor's degree from Münster University of Applied Sciences in accordance with the Engineering Act.

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