Mechanical Engineering

If you are interested in obtaining a technical background, developing practical approaches to problem solving, love to be creative and innovate, enjoy team work, and enjoy the pursuit of logical thinking, then a mechanical engineering degree is for you.

A Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering includes courses in mathematics, science, computer science orientation, and course for the development of a technical basis for subsequent engineering activities in mechanical and plant engineering. This industry is one of the largest and most important in Germany. The knowledge is broad, focuses on the state of the art, and avoids a strong specialization. It is more method oriented and prepares the engineer for vocational qualification in the direct use in project planning, development, design, or production.

The course is practical and application-oriented. It achieves this balance through both the practical experience of teachers and current issues of the industry. Furthermore, a practical semester, a larger practice phase, and the final thesis provide the practical relevance. The program focuses on a broad foundation for learning, but you can also choose a specialization from the three major fields of study from the module list according to your personal prefererences.

Three Key Points:


Energy, Process, and Environmental Engineering:

  • Microbiology
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Process Engineering 1
  • Energy Technology

Development and Construction:

  • Machine Elements 3
  • Vibration Theory
  • Lightweight
  • Engineering Design

Production Technology:

  • Production Technology
  • Vibration Theory
  • Materials and Surface Engineering
  • Machine Tools

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