Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik, M.Sc.
The Master’s degree programme is the second stage of the two-tier Bachelor’s/Master’s system and follows on directly from the B.Sc. (etit) . It leads to a Master of Science degree which is equivalent to the traditional title of “Diplom-Ingenieur”.
The research-related Master’s programme will extend your knowledge of the focus area you chose in your Bachelor’s programme. Application-oriented contents will constitute a core feature. By integrating students in ongoing research the programme’s emphasis on practical applications is increased. The following focus areas are available:
Automation Systems; Computer-Aided Electrodynamics; Computer Engineering; Electrical Power Engineering; Communication and Sensor Networks; Sensors, Actuators and Electronics.