The goal of the master study program Mechatronics, specialization Automotive Electronics is to prepare the graduates for work in research and development, and the design of mechatronic systems with a focus on automotive applications.
Key Learning Outcomes
Graduates will have gained knowledge of mathematics, electronic circuits, information technology, communication technology as well as specialized knowledge of applied electronics.
Graduates are able to analyze the dynamic properties of the complex structural system and use the mathematical/physical modeling and simulation of dynamic systems.
The background from electrical, mechanical and control engineering allows graduates to work with complexly structured systems and to consider the interaction of different dynamic subsystems of a car.
Occupational Profiles of Graduates
The multidisciplinary education is a great advantage for work in different areas of engineering.
Determined by Dean, may include entrance examination, other formal documents.
120 ECTS Credits, Final state examination, Diploma thesis
Course Structure Diagram with ECTS Credits
List of courses is available at the detailed branch description page 30 ECTS credit per semester.
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