Master Program in Mobility Systems Engineering and Management
Part-time further qualification for engineers.
Electronic systems are omnipresent. They range from portable devices, such as digital watches and smartphones, to large stationary installations like factory controllers or power plant control systems.
The graduates of the Mobility Systems Engineering and Management master program receive a unique interdisciplinary education in systems engineering and state-of-the-art technologies in autonomous driver assistance systems or e-mobility at one of the best technical universities worldwide.
Under the master program, knowledge is acquired on:
- automotive systems in times of Internet of Things (IoT)
- systems life cycle processes
- analytics for mobility systems
- specialization: Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
- specialization: e-Mobility
In addition, knowledge of the product development process and the necessary management skills are conveyed.
Future engineering executives in the branches of development and production of embedded systems. Typical lines of business may include automotive suppliers, automotive manufacturers, railway industry, measurement technology, cybernetics and sensor technology, semi-conductor industry, mobile communications, medical technology, etc.
Come by on our HECTOR Open Day to get first-hand information on the program and talk to students, as well as HECTOR representatives.
The Executive M.Sc. Program for Mobility Systems Engineers provides deep insights into new methods of product development, new materials and technologies, and applications of embedded systems for wireless and optical communication, signal processing and integrated systems.
A special focus lies on either a specialization in advanced driver assistance systems or e-mobility. Knowledge of driver assistance systems for autonomous driving or the electric powertrain is an ever-growing necessity.
Focus of the Program
The program is designed to train interdisciplinary systems-oriented understanding and thinking and will focus on:
- System-level and application-oriented theoretical models
- modern design methods, methodology, and hardware/software architectures
- selected key technologies
Fields of application are:
- Car-to-X communication
- Driver assistance systems
- Energy supply, storage & conversion
To understand the emerging potentials of innovative technologies and materials, a new generation of engineers must be trained in system engineering.
In order to be admitted to our Mobility Systems Engineering and Management master program, the following requirements have to be fulfilled:
Appropriate qualification for university entrance:
First degree: Bachelor, Master, Diploma, etc. (University, University of Applied Sciences, Corporative State University)
The first degree should be in:
- Electrical engineering
- mechanical engineering
- information technology
- sensor system engineering
- automation engineering or a related subject.
Basic knowledge of one of the following fields is required:
- Control engineering
- Power transformation
- Drive technology
- Manufacturing engineering
- Materials science
- Electronic materials and devices
Professional Experience: Depending on the first degree's level (210 or 180 ECTS points), work or 1 or 2 years of practical experience in the program subject area is required. Three years of work experience are recommended. References are needed as evidence.
TOEFL Test: Evidence of an adequate knowledge of the English language is required, normally in the form of a TOEFL (Test Of English as a Foreign Language).
Interview: The last step of admission is the successful completion of the interview with the program director.
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Last updated December 10, 2018