Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (etit) (Bachelor of Science)
(Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik , B.Sc.)
|Degree: Bachelor of Science|
|Duration: 6 semesters|
|Language: German (individual courses in English)|
|Internship: internships within the study programme (see semester course schedule)|
|Requirements for Admission: Entrance qualification for higher education, entrance qualification for universities of applied sciences, similar foreign diplomas; further information|
|Admission Procedure: unrestricted|
|Part-time Studies: possible under specific conditions|
|Programme Start: winter semester|
|Application Deadline: International applicants find their application deadline here.|
|Application: Online application|
|Special Features: For this degree programme, the Technische Universität Darmstadt offers Online Self-Assessment for selecting a course of study.|
Today, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology is omnipresent. It affects human life in many different ways. The Bachelor of Science programme Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (etit) at the TU Darmstadt enables graduates to participate in planning and realising electro-technical and information-technical components and systems. In the first four semesters, the students undergo a broad scientific education in the fundamental modules of the field.
Apart from subject-specific qualifications, the Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Bachelor’s programme also comprises interdisciplinary competences such as project management, languages, and business studies.
The study programme is research as well as practice-oriented. Within the framework of laboratory internships, theoretical knowledge is tried and tested in practical applications throughout the entire programme.
Advice for Prospective B.Sc. Students
The foundation of the Electrical Engineering and Information Technology programme at the TU Darmstadt consists of modules from the areas of Electrical Engineering, Information Technology (including Informatics), Mathematics, and Physics. A good technical and scientific-mathematical understanding is imperative for a successful completion of the programme.
Mathematics – Why? What? What for? Who? How? Where? Further information? You will find answers to these questions here.
In view of their future professional life, students should be willing to cooperate with colleagues from other disciplines. The same applies to the cooperation with foreign partners, customers, or suppliers, as nowadays, a vast majority of employers relevant for engineers is interconnected at an international level. In this context, foreign language skills are also important. Furthermore, English in particular is required for the reception of literature.
Related Degree Programmes
|Computational Engineering (CE) (B.Sc.)|
|Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (etit) (B.Ed.) (Elektrotechnik und Inforamtionstechnik, B.Ed.)|
|Information Systems Technology (iST) (B.Sc.) (Informationssystemtechnik, B.Sc.)|
|Mechatronics (MEC) (B.Sc.) (Mechatronik, B.Sc.)|
|Business Engineering – Technical Field of Studies Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (WI-ETiT) (B.Sc.) (Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen – technische Fachrichtung Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik, B.Sc.)|
General Information: With the Bachelor of Science, the students will acquire a first professional qualification. However, the Master of Science is considered the standard qualification at TU Darmstadt. For these reasons it is recommended that students complete a Master’s degree.|
Please note that admission to the Master’s Degree programme may also depend on additional requirements. This particularly applies to non-consecutive courses of study (meaning with a Bachelor’s degree in a different area of focus or field of study than the desired Master’s degree programme) and to applicants of other universities. If you have any questions, please contact the respective departmental advisor’s office.
|Computational Engineering (M.Sc.)|
Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (M.Sc.) (Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik, M.Sc.)|
Note: Students who have successfully completed the B.Sc. programme Electrical Engineering and Information Technology will be admitted to the consecutive M.Sc. Electrical Engineering and Information Technology without any further stipulations.
|Energy Science and Engineering (ESE) (M.Sc.)|
|Information and Communication Engineering (iCE) (M.Sc.) (primarily in English!)|
|Information Systems Technology (iST) (M.Sc.) (Informationssystemtechnik, M.Sc.)|
|Mechatronics (MEC) (M.Sc.) (Mechatronik, M.Sc.)|
The job opportunities for electrical engineers are extremely diverse. In this context, the electrical and electronics industry ranks first. As electrical technology is a key technology of numerous fields of engineering, electrical engineering is closely linked in many ways to industries such as mechanical engineering, the aerospace industry, the automotive industry and medical engineering. Other potential employers of electrical engineers are companies in the field of information and communications technology, in power engineering, and in automation engineering. Moreover, a significant number of graduates choose the path of doctoral studies at a university or a research institute for their career start.
TU Darmstadt's offer of Job Shadowing is a quick and simple method of career orientation by accompanying professionally experienced TU Darmstadt alumni for one day.
Further information about career opportunities on the German job market may be found on the following websites:
Verband der Elektrotechnik Elektronik Informationstechnik (VDE) (Association for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies)
Zentralverband Elektrotechnik und Elektroindustrie (ZVEI) (German Central Association of the Electrical Engineering and Electronics Industry)
Verein Deutscher Ingenieure (VDI) (The Association of German Engineers)