The bachelor’s programme Electrical Engineering and Information Technology leads to a first professional qualification. The syllabus is divided into modules. The basic modules focus on the fundamentals of natural sciences, mathematics, electrical engineering and information technology. The specialisation modules, the practical project and the final thesis enable you to handle specialised knowledge with specific foci. As graduates, you are thus able to manage projects independently.
Depending on your choice of specialisation, you acquire subject-specific expertise in the following fields:
- Automation Technology: fundamentals of instrumentation, control and automation (ICA); automated processes and process plants
- Electrical Power Engineering: fundamentals of mechanics and control engineering; energy production and distribution, electromagnetic compatibility, electrical drives and power electronics
- Microelectronics: fundamentals of semiconductor circuits; integrated circuit design and testing; semiconductor manufacturing
- Information Technology: fundamentals of signals and systems theory; data transmission, network security as well as conception, design and implementation of application systems in information technology; application of anything from microcontrollers to internet-based distributed environments
- Communications Technology: fundamentals of signals and systems theory; digital signal processing and data transmission
Within a technical compulsory elective module, you can expand your skills in your area of specialisation or deepen your engineering expertise. In parallel, we teach you transferable skills in modules on English, fundamentals of business administration and in a non-technical compulsory elective module.
The programme ends with an eight-week practical project and a bachelor’s thesis.