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Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)

Digital Engineering

Producing without digitizing is no longer possible. Design data-based networking for production. Utilize modern production processes – from industrial 3D printing to laser technology. Plan the production of the future. You will build on engineering fundamentals as well as well-developed expertise in modern production systems. An exciting blend of skills awaits.

Your heart beats for...

... Programming and IT, Production engineering, STEM in general, Solving technical tasks, Teamwork, Practical part, Foreign language: English

A Degree Program with a Future

Type of Study

Our degree program is accredited as a full-time degree program. However, course schedules are designed so that students can keep some days free of lectures in order to gain practical experience through a corporate cooperation or complete professional training at the same time.

Admission

You will bring one of the following educational backgrounds:

  • General university entrance qualification (Abitur)
  • Specialized university entrance qualification
  • Advanced technical college certificate (Fachhochschulreife)
  • Professional qualification (Case-by-case examination)

6-Week “technical” internship and 6-week “IT” internship Both can be completed by the end of the third semester. This means you do not have to provide proof of a completed internship at the start of the degree program. Relevant training and previous work experience can be credited.

German language level: C1

Further information

Structure and Contents of the Degree Program

1. Semester

  • Technical mathematics 1
  • Physics
  • Technical mechanics 1
  • Material engineering 1
  • Industrial management
  • IT programming

2. Semester

  • Technical mathematics 2
  • Technical mechanics 2
  • Design 1
  • Material engineering 2
  • Object-oriented modeling
  • IT software engineering

3. Semester

  • Statistics
  • Electrical engineering
  • Modern production technologies 1
  • Factory planning
  • Business English
  • Databases in production

4. Semester

  • Modern production technologies 2
  • Industrial science and business organization
  • Logistical systems
  • Project management / student project
  • Systems engineering
  • Production data analysis

5. Semester

  • Additive manufacturing
  • Tooling machines and CNC technology
  • Commercial and labor law
  • Handling systems
  • Laser technology
  • Product Lifecycle Management

6. Semester

  • Mobile Computing
  • Work systems
  • Produktionsplanung / -steuerung
  • Bachelor’s thesis  
  • Colloquium
Acquired Knowledge and Skills

Learn an exciting combination of engineering, IT, digitization, and production technology. 
While the first three semesters will focus on STEM fundamentals, the later semesters address specific issues in product development, such as industrial 3D printing processes and laser technology. 
In addition, it includes content specific to digitization such as programming, databases, data analysis, app development – always with a focus on state-of-the-art content.

Job Profiles

With a degree in digital engineering, you will be in high demand in industry. In particular in production areas, demand for staffing is high as the industry undergoes a digital transformation to become a resource-saving sector. Therefore, your future work in the production industry will be very diverse, either as a technician or as a manager.

Cooperation With Companies

We cooperate with many local and national industrial companies, from theses and study projects to research projects.

Our fields of research

Research in the Department

In the ProErgo – “Ergonomics and industrial engineering” – research area, the goal is to design new technological developments alongside industrial social-technical systems, also called work systems, with an eye towards ergonomic and economic criteria and in consideration of new technological developments.

The overarching goal of the DiMan – “Direct digital manufacturing in the context of Industry 4.0” – research focus area is to ensure digital consistency throughout the entire product creation process, from defining a product to manufacturing to use. 

 

As Graduate You Contribute to...

... the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations

  • directly to quality education
  • directly to industry, innovation and infrastructure
  • directly to responsible consumption and production

Studying at Innovation Campus Lemgo

Our Innovation Campus in Lemgo

At the Innovation Campus in Lemgo, you will study at one of the most exciting technology locations in NRW. Here you will find state-of-the-art laboratories and teaching rooms as well as science-to-business factories. For example, the Centrum Industrial IT, in which companies from all over East Westphalia-Lippe (OWL) have their branches. Or the Smart Factory OWL, which showcases data and AI management. In the Future Food Factory OWL, which is unique in Europe, something similar is happening in relation to food production. New work and transfer meet at InnovationSPIN. Here, TH OWL, the district administration and the skilled trades demonstrate transparent cooperation and a spirit that allows new things to emerge. In addition to Fraunhofer IOSB-INA, the campus is also home to two vocational schools and the national handball league team TBV Lemgo-Lippe. And best of all, the campus also has student residence halls with short distances to the university and the city.

Campus Life

Profile

Degree Course:
Digital Engineering
Degree:
Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
Study model:
Cooperative, Full-time
Admission:
Non-restricted
Standard period of study:
6 semester
Start:
Winter semester
Course language:
German
Location:
Innovation Campus Lemgo
Tuition Fees:
None
Preparatory courses:
Mathematics, Physics

Application periods:

Germany and EU Countries
Winter Semester: 02.05. – 15.10.

Non-EU Countries
Winter Semester: 15.04. – 15.07.