Master Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering
The consecutive Master's program is offered in addition to the two diploma courses, electrical engineering and computer engineering. Consecutive means that this program is technically based on the Bachelor Program after graduation with the B. Sc. If applicable it is possible to apply for financial support.
Owners of different, but equivalent degrees may also continue their studies but should be prepared that a committee of the department will classify the equivalence. The committee might as well decide on imposing further courses to complete the educational requirements of the applicants. The degree "Master of Science" ("M.Sc.") is comparable with the classic German Diplom-Ingenieur (Dipl.-Ing.).
The Master program offers six majors or technical specializations to choose from:
- Automation and Control (AUT)
- Power Systems (ENT)
- Embedded Systems (ESY)
- Integrated Systems (INS)
- Communication Systems (KOM)
- Mechatronics (MET)