How is the study program structured?

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The study program Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) has a standard period of study of 6 semesters and is composed of individual modules, which are defined in the examination regulations and described in more detail in the module manual. Students can start their studies in the winter semester as well as in the summer semester. In a study plan, these modules are assigned to the semesters in such a way that, if this sequence is observed, the course of study can be completed in the standard period of study. Individual deviations from this exemplary study plan are permitted. The departmental advisor provides support in the individual design of the course of study.

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The aim of the course is to provide students with comprehensive basic knowledge at the beginning of the course and subject-specific knowledge and methods in the advanced semesters. Students can determine their subject focus by choosing a corresponding specialization; further individual specializations are possible.

The Bachelor's degree program teaches application-oriented specialist knowledge, practical skills and the basics of scientific work. Projects play an important role from the beginning of the course to the final thesis.

The majority of courses are accompanied by internships in the department's laboratories or by independent student teamwork.

This ensures constant direct contact between students and lecturers. As part of the Bachelor's degree course in Electrical Engineering, students focus on one of the following specializations from the 5th semester onwards:

  • Automated Systems
  • E-Mobility
  • Electrical Energy Systems
  • Electronics and Photonics
  • Information Technology
  • Smart Sensor Systems

General study plan Bachelor Electrical Engineering

The study plan (also called study regulations) defines the framework and regulations for proper study. Based on the study plan, students can plan their studies and create schedules for each semester. The legal framework conditions are regulated in the associated examination regulations. A study plan or study regulations should therefore always be used in conjunction with the associated examination regulations.

Can you do more?

Bachelor's graduates can then pursue the path to professional practice or deepen their scientific qualification through a master's program. The master's program (four semesters) ends with the degree of Master of Science (M.Sc.) and gives graduates the opportunity to pursue a doctorate. Both the Bachelor's and the Master's program can be started in the winter or summer semester.

Can you do more?: to the information page Electrical Engineering Master