M.Sc. Electrical engineering

Hochschule Stralsund – University of Applied Sciences

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M.Sc. Electrical engineering

Hochschule Stralsund – University of Applied Sciences

Energy transition, e-mobility, Industry 4.0 or information superhighway - many current issues of our time can only be mastered with specialists in electrical engineering. If you are interested in just one of these applications in the fields of energy, automation or telecommunications, then you are in good hands with a degree in electrical engineering! And even more: with a modern campus right on the Baltic Sea, the fun is not too short!

overview

  • Degree Program - Electrical Engineering - Master (ETM)
  • Faculty - Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Start of studies - summer semester and winter semester
  • Approval - approval-free
  • Duration of study - 3 semesters
  • Creditpoints - 90 ECTS
  • Degree - Master of Science (M.Sc.)
  • Lecture Language - German

Pre-requisites

Even if you have not yet received your graduation certificate on the application deadline, you can apply for a current certificate of achievement and a certificate of current ECTS credits, the preliminary final mark and the expected closing date.

  • Completed degree in electrical engineering or in a generally closely related degree program with at least 210 ECTS credits
  • In the case of a degree with 180 ECTS points, there is the option to complete a BAföG-sponsored adaptation semester or to complete the missing ECTS credits in parallel to the Master's degree program until the master's thesis is registered.
  • practical work of at least 12 weeks (internships during the first degree course will be credited)
  • If no internship has been completed, conditions will be granted.

An admission commission decides on the existence of the professional requirements and any conditions.

Summary

Based on a first professional qualification, the Master's program in Electrical Engineering will provide you with in-depth knowledge in the field of electrical engineering in order to be able to use scientific methods and findings for difficult and complex problems both in practice and in research. The orientation of the study content is more scientifically oriented and should, inter alia, convey the qualification for a doctorate. You can choose between two main areas of study: General Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energies.

Goals and job prospects

For graduates of the master's program in electrical engineering, there are many possible applications both in large companies and in the medium-sized industry in the design, engineering and development of electrical-electronic components, the hardware and software sector is equally included. Today, there is no industry that does not require electrical engineering, electronics, computer and automation technology, so that it is possible to work in almost all large companies and in many medium-sized companies, regardless of the focus.

Study design

The Master's program comprises three semesters. At the beginning of the first semester, you choose one of the main subjects of General Electrical Engineering or Renewable Energies. In two semesters, in-depth courses are held, the third semester is used to process your master's thesis. In addition to compulsory modules of mathematical-scientific and technical fundamentals and overarching qualifications, such as project management or energy and environmental management, we provide you with elective modules in application-specific expertise on a wide range of topics in both areas.

The master's degree generally entitles the holder to a doctorate at a university.

Study Overview Focus on General Electrical Engineering

  • higher mathematics
  • Software engineering
  • system theory
  • Theoretical Electrical Engineering
  • Elective module I
  • Project Management
  • physics
  • Elective module II
  • Elective module III
  • Elective module IV
  • Energy and environmental management
  • Master Thesis

Study overview of renewable energy

  • higher mathematics
  • system theory
  • Regenerative energy systems
  • Elective module I
  • Project Management
  • Method of power engineering
  • Elective module II
  • Elective module III
  • Elective module IV
  • Elective module V
  • Energy and environmental management
  • Master Thesis
This school offers programs in:
  • German


Last updated December 19, 2017
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Germany - Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
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