Electrical Engineering (Master)
|Degree||Master of Science (M. Sc.)|
|Department||Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science|
|Special type of study||full-time|
|Standard period of study||4 semesters|
|Semester fee||€298,24 / semester (winter term 20/21)|
Requirements and enrolment
|Admissions restrictions||No local entrance restrictions|
|Additional entrance requirements|
First professional degree:
|Enrolment||The closing date for enrolments|
is on 25.10.2020.
Detailed description of the degree programme
Technology is ubiquitous, and yet not always recognisable at first sight. Take the example of energy production, energy distribution, digital systems in communication and automation technology: all this is possible because multiple electrotechnical products and systems are perfectly aligned. The interlinking of different areas places high demands on engineers. In our Master’s programme, you will enhance your professional knowledge of electrical engineering and raise your profile in a well focused manner, creating the foundation for the requirements placed on you by the professional field.
You will enhance your specialist knowledge and create a basis on which you can take on a role of responsibility in a company or to work in an academic environment. In the Master’s programme in Electrical Engineering, you will address complex issues that frequently have an interdisciplinary nature. You will work on the latest topics in research and development, requiring and promoting the use of research methods and working practices.
After completing the degree programme, you will be in high demand wherever both a theoretical understanding and practical implementation skills are expected. You will develop systems, often software-based, or support complex projects in industry and in small and medium-sized enterprises. Depending on your choice of specialisation, your Master’s degree will qualify you to perform challenging work in automation technology, engineering of production and drive systems, IT, consulting or sales.
Content and course sequence
You will start the programme by taking basic modules in which you will present and discuss current research results and academic publications, addressing new thematic areas. In modules such as Information Law and Business Management, you will develop your skills beyond electrical engineering, qualifying you to undertake management tasks. In the Technology and Society module, you will also reflect on ethical issues concerning the use of technology.
At a later stage of the programme, you will encounter specialist modules from the areas of Automation Technology, Renewable Energies, and Information Technology/Communications Engineering. If you wish, you can choose all three modules from one area, specialising strongly. Or you may prefer to gain more comprehensive skills, choosing modules from different areas.
You will also have the opportunity to develop your profile by making a careful choice of core elective courses. Examples include Adaptive Systems, Embedded Engineering, Model-Based Systems Development, Optical Communications or selected modules from the intersection of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Why choose us
- Practice-relevant project orientation: Working in teams, you will develop solutions or products, often in the context of research projects with partners from industry and business. One example is your Master’s project, where you will spend two semesters of intense working on your chosen topic.
- Flexibility: You will be well oriented to the needs of today’s job market because the programme offers a choice of subject-specific areas of study and in-depth optional areas.
- Industry contacts: In your projects, you will directly apply your knowledge to real-world situations, simultaneously preparing you for tasks in a professional environment. Our many contacts will make this easier for you.
- Technology and more: The Master’s programme is not only restricted to specialised training in electrical engineering. On the contrary, you will also concern yourself with issues and consequences surrounding current and future solutions to everyday life.