Your path to working in one of Germany's most successful sectors
Very few sectors have such a good reputation in the world as the German mechanical engineering industry. Entire sectors, from the automotive industry to the chemical industry, are based on the expertise of engineers. By pursuing a Bachelor programme at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, you have the opportunity to be a part of that, and to actively contribute your know-how to influencing the technological development of one of the top sectors in our country.
The application-oriented programmes, state-of-the-art laboratories and good industry contacts ensure that you will gain valuable insights into your future everyday working environment from the very beginning. Once you have graduated, these aspects will make you a highly sought-after employee for industrial enterprises and engineering companies - with good prospects for an executive career.
Students on the Bachelor programme in Mechanical Engineering are given the opportunity to create an additional distinct profile from the forth semester onwards by selecting Plant Engineering, Automotive and Drive Engineering or Construction and Manufacturing Technology as a specialisation. Perhaps you might prefer to go into management or sales at a later stage? No problem: the modular structure of the programme enables you to acquire business expertise early on, beyond the standard paths.
The Bachelor programme in Computer Science in Mechanical Engineering will enable you to become an expert who masters the interplay between traditional mechanical engineering and applied computer science - and who is able to develop, manage and enhance the systems required for that. This programme also gives students the opportunity to create a distinct profile by offering a selection of compulsory elective modules.
As an executive of a technology oriented company, you should have some grasp of how the company makes its money, in addition to having business skills: as a student on the Bachelor programme in Business Management in Technology, subject area Mechanical Engineering, you will be trained to become such an expert. To this end, the degree programme combines business thinking with technical implementation. Business elements are provided by the Institute of Business Administration & Engineering (ITB), engineering elements by the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
If you decide to study International Engineering, you will not only benefit from the advantages of the Mechanical Engineering programme at FH Münster University of Applied Sciences, you will also spend the remaining time of your studies at one of the Spanish-speaking partner universities after four semesters. There you will have the time to expand your intercultural competence and get to know a foreign culture in addition to your specialised knowledge. If you successfully complete the programme, you will receive a Bachelor's degree from FH Münster University of Applied Sciences as well as a degree from the partner university.
Bachelor's degree course in Business Management in Technology, subject area Mechanical Engineering
Here you can find comprehensive information on the modules (in German):