As an interdisciplinary degree program, the program in Industrial Engineering combines engineering and business administration subject matters.
Industrial engineers are sought-after professionals primarily working in industrial companies. They are qualified for technical and management positions in production departments and adjacent areas such as work preparation, quality management, production controlling, logistics or industrial engineering. Furthermore, they also work in project and product management, technical sales or purchasing. Laboratory courses, business simulation games, ongoing case studies and excursions ensure the program takes a practical approach.
Graduates will primarily be qualified for careers in the manufacturing industry. They will take on responsibility in the following ares: Production, logistics, production controlling, project management, work preparation, production planning, quality management or technical sales.
Industrial engineers are able to take technical, organizational, logistics and business administration aspects into account in a holistic way, making them highly qualified to take over management responsibilities in different companies.
Abitur exam / vocational baccalaureate diploma or an equivalent recognized qualification (Master). Six-week internships in “Business” and “Technology” that can be completed by the end of the 3rd semester.
Students must select two of the following three focus areas:
- Production management / Industrial engineering
- Product management / Systems engineering
- Maintenance management / Service engineering
- Engineering and natural sciences fundamentals
- Business administration fundamentals
- Information technology fundamentals
- Integrated industrial engineering technical modules
- Choose two of three focal areas (FA):
FA1 Maintenance management / Service engineering
FA2 Production management / Industrial engineering
FA3 Product management / Systems engineering
- Bachelor’s thesis with colloquium
Topics: Computer science, Engineering sciences, Production and Wood engineering, Technology, Economy
Duration: 6 semester
Foreign semester: Not required
Credit points: 180 ECTS
Department: Production and Wood engineering
Mode of study:
Cooperative study : Cooperative study
Course language: German
Chamber ability: No
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Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English