Electrical Engineering - Master of Science
What kinds of jobs are open to engineers?Typical engineering tasks are now shifting from pure developmental concerns to creating new technical components, equipment and plants, and even project-driven implementation and integration of complex hardware and software systems, their configuration and operation. The trend of linking technical components and equipment via comprehensive guidance and control systems is as important in the field of information/automation technology as it is in energy technology.
New career opportunities for electrical engineers are opening in the context of a liberalised telecommunications and energy supply environment.
Engineers for the world of tomorrow – How can they benefit from our Master programme?
Master degree holders can find high-value jobs in their chosen fields or transfer to a university doctoral programme, giving graduates access to the top positions in science and industry.
The Master degree is at least equivalent to the traditional Diplom-Ingenieur.
Aim of the Degree Programme
This strongly research-oriented programme enables students to expand their existing expertise and skills, as well as their knowledge of instruments and methods of involved in electronic engineering, to independently conduct scientific work, to critically evaluate scientific findings, to make their own contributions to advancing the field of electronic engineering, as well as to assume related management positions.
A number of lectures are held in English, which is meant to give the German language programme a more international outreach.