A relevant first degree in Engineering or Natural Sciences with an overall grade of at least "good" (2.5) is required to commence or continue studies. Proof of the relevant first qualified higher education degree can exceptionally also be furnished by means of particularly qualified achievements in professional activities after the first professionally qualifying higher education degree
Through specialisation modules you will acquire the necessary skills in the specialisation field. If, however, a specialization seems too restrictive to you, then choose any three specialization modules and study in the broad field of Electrical Engineering. Advanced and supplementary elective modules provide additional qualifications to enable you to meet new technological challenges.
Course of studies
General and subject-related compulsory modules provide you with the basic framework of technical and social competence. For these compulsory modules, you can choose your desired professional and technical spectrum from Automation Technology, Information Technology or Renewable Energies and Embedded Engineering from the advanced modules.
- Better career opportunities Deepening knowledge and experience
- Specialization through deepening
- Good conditions for use in industry and research
- Requirements for a possible subsequent doctorate
Fields of work
A Master's degree in Electrical Engineering offers excellent prospects on the job market. Master's degrees are used in areas such as:
- Research and teaching
- Collaboration in and management of larger projects in the industry etc.