All degree programmes from A-Z

At a glance: TU Darmstadt offers 113 courses and six different degree qualifications. There is a broad range of choice, although the focus is on engineering.

Studying for a Bachelor's degree typically takes six semesters. To be accepted onto a Master's programme, it is an admission requirement to hold a Bachelor's degree on the same study path at TU Darmstadt or an equivalent qualification. Master's degrees are scheduled to last for four semesters. Studying to teach at grammar schools (first state examination) typically takes four and a half years.

Academic programmes A to Z

More information about degree qualifications

Studying for a Bachelor's degree provides solid training in academic/scientific principles and is a first degree qualification.

After completing a Bachelor's degree, students can either enter the world of work or gain a further qualification by following an appropriate Master's programme.

The Joint Bachelor of Arts study path launched by the History and Social Sciences department allows two subjects to be studied side by side with equal weighting.

The Joint Bachelor of Arts is a first degree, after which students can either enter the world of work or gain a further qualification by following an appropriate Master's programme.

TU Darmstadt offers two-stage Bachelor's/Master's degrees for those wishing to teach at vocational schools.

The Bachelor's course teaches knowledge in a relevant vocational subject area as well as pedagogical and practical skills.

At the end of the course, the academic designation is Bachelor of Education. Only by completing further study and becoming a Master of Education are graduates eligible to apply for teaching practice

To be accepted onto a Master's programme, it is an admission requirement to hold a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree on the same study path at TU Darmstadt or an equivalent qualification.

Providing greater academic depth, the Master's programme builds on the first stage with successful completion resulting in a second degree. A Master's programme may be research-based or applied. A Master's degree qualifies the holder to begin studying for a doctorate and is the equivalent of the (previous) Diplom and Magister Artium qualifications.

TU Darmstadt offers two-stage Bachelor's/Master's degrees for those wishing to teach at vocational schools.

The Master's programme furthers your studies from the Bachelor of Education course and is combined with a subject (teaching subject). Study concludes with the academic designation Master of Education.

The Technical University of Darmstadt offers Master's degree programmes for further scientific education. The courses of study are non-consecutive, subject to a fee and part-time

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