Objectives and Attainment Targets of the Study Programme

Objectives

• To train engineers who, by virtue of the polyvalent training and through their in-depth applied technical-scientific grounding, are duly capable of filling various positions in the industry, both on a self-reliant basis and as a member of a team.
• To train engineers who have the required creative and critical attitudes and skills to contribute to industrial technological developments and who are capable of doing so by embracing a lifelong learning attitude.
• To train engineers who have the necessary social skills to work as a member of a team and to assume positions with responsability.
• Specifically for 'Electrical Engineering' as a main subject: to train engineers who possess in-depth applied know-how and skills in a variety of aspects of electrical power, energy production and transport, electrical technology and installations and of drive technology and automation.
• Specifically for 'Automation Engineering' as a main subject: to train engineers who possess in-depth applied know-how and skills in a variety of aspects of drive technology, automation and control engineering, of electrical technology and installations, and of programming techniques and data processing.

Attainment targets

• To possess a wide-ranging scientific basic know-how that is already acquired in part during the Bachelor study programme.
• To possess advanced applied knowledge and skills regarding electrical power engineering and control engineering.
• To possess a basic knowledge of business administration, management and economy that are relevant to the practice of working as an engineer.
• Specifically for 'Electrical Engineering' as a main subject: to have in-depth applied knowledge and skills in the areas of: electrical power, energy production and transport, electrical technology and installations, drive technology and automation.
• Specifically for 'Automation Engineering' as a main subject: to have in-depth applied knowledge and skills in the areas of: drive technology, automation and control engineering, of electrical technology and installations, and of programming techniques and data processing.