Mechanical Engineering (Part-time) (Master)

Brief overview

DegreeMaster of Science (M. Sc.)
DepartmentDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
SiteSteinfurt
Special type of studypart-time, executive
IntakeWinter semester
Standard period of study6 semesters
Semester fee€ 264,94 / semester

Requirements and application

Admissions restrictions No local entrance restrictions
Pre-study placementNo
Additional entrance requirements

First professional degree:
As a general rule, the requirement for entry to this degree programme is an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science in Mechanical Engineering, or a related subject with a particular relevance to mechanical engineering with an overall grade of ‘good’ (2.5) or better.

ApplicationIt is not possible
to apply at present.

Detailed description of the degree programme

In our Master’s programme in Mechanical Engineering, with a specialisation in Product Development, Computational Engineering or Agricultural Engineering, you will become a versatile expert who will play a key role in development and production processes.

Objectives

You will gain sound technical expertise as well as broad-based specialist knowledge. As a result, you will be able to take on particularly challenging tasks in the areas of product management and development.

Occupational fields

After obtaining your degree, you will be able to work in the following fields:

  • Construction design
  • Research and development
  • Project management
  • Production planning and control
  • Production, manufacturing
  • Management, business administration
  • Logistics
  • Quality management, quality assurance
  • Service and maintenance
  • Distribution, sales
  • Work scheduling
  • Training and continuing education

Content and course sequence

Our part-time Master’s programme in Mechanical Engineering takes six semesters. During the semester, you will attend courses at our department for two full working days each week. This will enable you to combine your studies and career with family life.
You will select your specialisation to match your personal interests:

  • Product Development

In this specialisation, you will address the design of machinery and equipment involving modules such as Integrated Product Development or Machine Dynamics.

  • Computational Engineering

In this specialisation, you will explore the interplay between traditional mechanical engineering and modern information processing in modules such as Robotics or Multibody Simulation.

  • Agricultural Engineering

This specialisation focuses on agricultural machinery, process engineering issues and renewable raw materials.

From the third semester on, you will learn valuable interdisciplinary content in ‘integration modules’ such as Management Skills, Law, and Product Liability.

Why choose us

  • Numerous industry contacts
  • Strong research activities with a high proportion of external funding
  • Numerous opportunities to cooperate with international universities
  • The opportunity to pursue a cooperative doctorate
  • Excellent laboratory equipment with ultra-modern test benches, sophisticated measurement technology and even scanning electron microscopes
  • Teaching using up-to-date IT suites and state-of-the-art software
  • Easy-going relations between students and teaching staff
  • Ideal learning climate
  • Top ratings in national rankings