Business Engineering — Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (B.Sc.)


Business Engineering – Technical Field of Studies

Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (WI-etit)

(Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen – technische Fachrichtung Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik, B.Sc.)


General Infromation

Degree: Bachelor of Science
Duration: 6 semesters
Language: German, individual courses in English
Internship: internships within the study programme
Requirements for Admission: Entrance qualification for higher education, entrance qualification for universities of applied sciences, similar foreign qualifications; further information
Admission Procedure: Restrictions on admission; procedure results (n.c. figures)
Part-time Degree: possible under specific conditions
Programme Start: winter semester
Application Deadline: July 15
Application: Online application
Special Features: For this degree programme, the Technische Universität Darmstadt offers Online Self-Assessment for selecting a course of study.


Semester Course Schedule (print version) – click to enlarge
Semester Course Schedule (print version) – click to enlarge

All Business Engineering degree programmes at TU Darmstadt are defined by their distinct interdisciplinary nature. They contain parts of both Business Studies (Business Administration and Economics) and Law on the one hand, and Engineering on the other to nearly the same extent.

In their technical orientation, the Bachelor’s degree programmes in Business Engineering focus on a smaller scale on the engineering area of specialisation than the non-business Engineering programmes. With respect to their technical field of studies, the students of Business Engineering attend the same courses as the students enrolled in the corresponding purely technical Bachelor’s programmes.

The Bachelor of Science programme Business Engineering – Technical Field of Studies Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (WI-etit) is located at the interface of Business Studies and Electrical Engineering and Information Technology. Courses from these two areas make up the largest part of the studies. Furthermore, the programme includes modules from the areas of Mathematics and Legal Studies.

The module handbook will help you gather detailed information on the content of the programme.

Further information on the department may be found at:

How to Prepare for the Programme

Advice for Prospective B.Sc. Students

Related Degree Programmes

Graduate Programmes

Career Perspectives