Master of Engineering at the Hochschule SchmalkaldenThe Applied Plastics Technology Master conveys skills and abilities in the areas of product development and construction as well as production technology and tool development, especially in the plastics processing industry. The course also enables you to work scientifically and act responsibly in a modern, changing professional environment.Type of study: Full time Duration of study: 3 semesters Lecture language: German Graduation: Master of Engineering ECTS: 90 next start of studies: each summer semester Application deadline: every January 15thstudy objectivesThe aim of the Applied Plastics Technology course (Master of Engineering) is to acquire skills and abilities in the areas of product development and construction as well as production technology and tool development, particularly in the plastics processing industry. The aim is to train qualified plastics engineers through application-oriented and practice-oriented teaching. The Plastics Technology Master is designed to enable you to work scientifically and act responsibly in a modern and changing professional environment. Plastic, the material of the 21st century, is made to measure. Plastics processing, construction with plastics and material behavior cannot be viewed in isolation from one another. The field of applied plastics technology is based on this.study procedureThe Plastics Technology Master takes three semesters. During the first and second semester, in addition to attending the courses, a project work must be completed. The content of the courses in the respective semester is particularly affected by their assignment. The third semester is mainly used to work on the final thesis (master's thesis). In addition to the compulsory modules, the study of applied plastics technology in the master’s degree can be individually designed through the elective modules offered. The lecture language is German.
ThisIsEngineering / PexelsAdmission requirements for the Applied Plastics Technology MasterA prerequisite for admission to the plastics technology master’s degree is a first university degree (bachelor or diploma). The degree must have been obtained in a course with predominantly technical content. Admission depends on the type of degree and the overall grade achieved.