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Curriculum Mechanical Engineering

The curriculum of your degree consists of different module types, which provide you with specialist knowledge, mathematical-scientific basics, practical experience as well as contextual knowledge from areas such as communication and business.

In the third year of study, depending on your interest, you can choose between three main areas and take the corresponding specialization and elective modules. Click on each module to learn more about choices, language of instruction and ECTS credits.

Module overview full-time

This module table is valid from 16. September 2019

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Context Modules

Project Modules

Subject-Specific Modules

Mathematics and Natural Science Modules

Semester 1 , Semester ECTS : 30 , Semester week lessons : 30

Communication Competence 1

Communication Competence 1

The Communication Competence 1 module focuses on the following aspects of communication training: Researching and processing information in a scientific context // Developing presentation skills // Organising communication and feedback in teams // Teaching language: DE/EN

Project Module 1

Project Module 1

Students learn to solve mechanical engineering tasks independently and in a team. Besides creative idea generation and the search for solutions, students learn to develop designs, to display them professionally by hand and with CAD, and to dimension them. // Teaching language: DE

Machine Elements 1

Machine Elements 1

Students learn the fundamentals of machine elements in mechanical engineering. // Teaching language: DE

Materials and Chemistry

Materials and Chemistry

Students acquire the ability to analyse and understand technological problems of importance for mechanical engineering using models and tools from materials science and chemistry. They acquire knowledge of the key properties of materials. // Teaching language: DE

CAD for MT

CAD for MT

Students are familiarised with the handling and application of a modern CAD/PLM program. The tuition is designed to build students’ skills progressively from the outlines of the modelling through to component assembly. What is learned is immediately applied in the project module. // Teaching language: DE

Computer Science Programming 1

Computer Science Programming 1

Introduction to software development with Python. // Teaching language: DE

Analysis 1

Analysis 1

Introduction to calculus. // Teaching language: DE

Algebra and Statistics 1

Algebra and Statistics 1

This module covers the topics of linear equations, matrix algebra and vector geometry as well as elementary probability theory and discrete random variables. // Teaching language: DE

Physics 1

Physics 1

Basic physics and methods for the following: 1) Kinetics and dynamics of one and two-dimensional motion of mass points (with circular motions and vibrations) 2) Wave propagation and related phenomena (transmission, reflection, refraction, interference) 3) Conservation principles and balancing. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 2 , Semester ECTS : 30 , Semester week lessons : 30

Communication Competence 2

Communication Competence 2

The Communication Competence 2 module focuses on the following aspects of communication training: Collaborative writing and peer feedback in a scientific/professional context // Developing research skills // Audience-oriented communication // Teaching language: DE/EN

Project Module 2

Project Module 2

Students learn how to find creative solutions to an open problem in mechanical engineering and how to verify these with operating models and prototypes. Students work creatively in a team. The construction of prototypes, and programming, management and presentation technology are all encouraged. // Teaching language: DE

Machine Elements 2

Machine Elements 2

Students learn the fundamentals of machine elements in mechanical engineering. // Teaching language: DE

Fluiddynamics

Fluiddynamics

In the Fluid Dynamics module, which forms part of the Fluid and Thermodynamics (FTH) series, students learn the basics of fluid dynamics at UAS Bachelor level. The overriding goal is the selection of pumps for the design of piping systems. // Teaching language: DE

Statics

Statics

This module sets out to show engineering students the basic concepts and principles of statics in a clear and concise manner. Students systematically develop their problem-solving skills for static issues. // Teaching language: DE

Computer Science Tools

Computer Science Tools

Students solve technical and numerical problems with MATLAB software, and prepare, analyse, present and document data. They visualise mathematical relationships, prepare graphics for documentation, plot and simulate systems with differential equations, and solve symbolic equation systems. // Teaching language: DE

Analysis 2

Analysis 2

Advanced calculus // Teaching language: DE

Algebra and Statistics 2

Algebra and Statistics 2

This module covers linear transformations, eigenvectors and eigenvalues, continuous probability distributions, the Gaussian distribution, the central limit theorem, deductive statistics and also linear regression. // Teaching language: DE

Physics 2

Physics 2

The Physics 2 module covers the basic physics and methods in the fields of electrostatics, magnetism, electromagnetism, optics and radioactivity. Using selected examples, students learn about and employ the physics way of thinking and working as part of the engineer’s modern technical thinking. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 3 , Semester ECTS : 30 , Semester week lessons : 30

Communication Competence 3

Communication Competence 3

The Communication Competence 3 module focuses on the following aspects of communication training: Communication in international and interdisciplinary settings // Mediation and transfer between English and German // Negotiation and discussion // Teaching language: DE/EN

Project Module 3

Project Module 3

In project module 3, students develop and verify solutions in a team to a practical problem relating to transmission technology, plastics technology and machine technology. Creative work in a team, research, presentation and documentation, and communication are all supported. // Teaching language: DE

Virtual Product Development and Machine Elements 3

Virtual Product Development and Machine Elements 3

Basics in Virtual Product Development and Machine Elements 3. // Teaching language: DE

Thermodynamics

Thermodynamics

In the Thermodynamics module of the Fluid- and Thermodynamics (FTH) series, students learn the basics of thermodynamics at UAS Bachelor level. The overall goal is to understand the changes of state of gases in technical processes. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Measurement and Control Systems 1

Measurement and Control Systems 1

Modelling of dynamic systems. Classification of steady state and dynamic system behaviour. Introduction to the Lapalce theory and the concept of transfer function. Representation of dynamic systems with block diagrams of transfer functions. Block diagram algebra. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Materials Engineering 1

Materials Engineering 1

Materials science for mechanical engineers. Basic course on crystalline structures and their correlation with mechanical properties. Strengthening of metals. Mechanical properties of polymers and composites. Non-destructive testing. // Teaching language: DE

Strength of Materials 1

Strength of Materials 1

Students are familiarised with the base quantities of the strength of materials and introduced to stress calculations for simple structures subjected to tension/compression/bending. Tensors are introduced as a basic mechanical quantity, taking the example of the stress tensor. // Teaching language: DE

Analysis 3

Analysis 3

The topics covered by Analysis 3 are calculation with complex numbers and the solution of ODEs, including the Laplace transformation. In the second part, the focus is on multidimensional analysis and aspects of the vector analysis. // Teaching language: DE

Physics 3: Kinematics and Kinetics

Physics 3: Kinematics and Kinetics

The prime objective of this module is the transfer of engineering knowledge on engineering dynamics. Special emphasis is placed on the transfer of theoretical know-how to engineering applications. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 4 , Semester ECTS : 30 , Semester week lessons : 30

Business Administration

Business Administration

The engineers gain an insight into the most important business management principles and interrelationships. They are supposed to understand how companies operate, to be able to classify strategies and processes and to understand the basics of financial and operational accounting. // Teaching language: DE

Project Module 4

Project Module 4

In project module 4, students develop and test solutions in a team to a practical problem relating to fluid mechanics, the strength of materials, sheet metal fabrication and mechanical engineering. Creative work, research, presentation, documentation and communication are all promoted. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Machine Elements 4

Machine Elements 4

Fundamentals of machine elements in mechanical engineering 4. // Teaching language: DE

Applied Heat Transfer

Applied Heat Transfer

In the Applied Heat Transfer module of the Fluid- and Thermodynamics (FTH) series, students are taught the basics of heat transfer at UAS Bachelor level. The overall goal is the design of heat exchangers for technical applications. // Teaching language: DE

Mess- und Regelungstechnik 2

Mess- und Regelungstechnik 2

Classical control structures, cascade control and other more complex control structures are introduced. Dynamic systems are analysed in the frequency domain with the Bode diagram. Stability and controller design in the frequency domain are addressed, and an introduction given to filter theory. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Materials Engineering 2

Materials Engineering 2

Materials Engineering 2 covers the properties and applications of the most important metallic materials used in mechanical engineering. Students are also shown how heat treatments are used to adjust the properties of metallic materials. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Strength of Materials 2

Strength of Materials 2

Students learn to calculate the deflection curve of statically determined and statically undetermined single span and multi field beams, together with stresses and deformations resulting from torsional loading. Students are introduced to the concepts of equivalent stresses and energy methods. // Teaching language: DE

Finite Elemente Methode

Finite Elemente Methode

Participants are introduced to the structural mechanics and mathematical foundations of the finite element method and learn to work on linear strength problems with a commercial FE code. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Numerics

Numerics

Introduction to numerical methods for engineers. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 5 , Semester ECTS : 30 , Semester week lessons : 30

Elective Module

Elective Module

You choose a context module according to your interests.

Elective Module

Elective Module

You choose a context module according to your interests.

Project Thesis: Mechanical Engineering

Project Thesis: Mechanical Engineering

  • ECTS : 6

In the project thesis you will work on topics yourself in close cooperation with industrial and service companies. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Specialisation Module a1

Specialisation Module a1

You choose a total of two out of eight key areas: Biomechanical Engineering, Computational Fluid Engineering, Computational Light Weight Design, Innovative Materials and Surfaces, Smart Products and Production, System and Automation Technology, Thermal Energy Technology, Process Engineering. You take two modules in the same focus.

Specialisation Module b1

Specialisation Module b1

You choose a total of two out of eight key areas: Biomechanical Engineering, Computational Fluid Engineering, Computational Light Weight Design, Innovative Materials and Surfaces, Smart Products and Production, System and Automation Technology, Thermal Energy Technology, Process Engineering. You take two modules in the same focus.

Mechanical Dynamics

Mechanical Dynamics

  • ECTS : 4

Teaching language: DE/EN

Elective Module

Elective Module

  • ECTS : 4

Module from group

  • Additive Manufacturing (3D printing)
  • Biomechanical Engineering 1
  • Computational Fluid Engineering 1
  • Computational Light Weight Design 1
  • Industrial Design: Basic Principles
  • Innovative Materials and Surfaces 1
  • Conventional Power Plant Technology
  • Refrigeration and Heat Pumps
  • Modelling and Simulation
  • Numerical and Experimental Aerodynamics
  • Robotics and Mechatronics 1
  • Rail Vehicle Technology
  • Smart Products and Production 1
  • Systems and Automation Technology 1

You choose a elective module based on your interests. The selection depending on the chosen focus.

Optional Module

Optional Module

  • ECTS : 4

Module from group

  • Photonics - Applied Optics
  • Higher Analysis
  • Mathematics: Cryptology
  • Modern Physics
  • Operations Research
  • Sensors
  • Statistics 2

You choose a elective module based on your interests.

Semester 6 , Semester ECTS : 30 , Semester week lessons : 30

Elective Module

Elective Module

You choose a context module according to your interests.

Bachelor Thesis: Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor Thesis: Mechanical Engineering

  • ECTS : 12

Within this bachelor thesis the students perform their individual analyses of a topic which is centred in the topic of your chosen study specification of the mechanical engineering studies in close collaboration with the partner from industry and the supervising lecturer.

Specialisation Module a2

Specialisation Module a2

You choose a total of two out of eight key areas: Biomechanical Engineering, Computational Fluid Engineering, Computational Light Weight Design, Innovative Materials and Surfaces, Smart Products and Production, System and Automation Technology, Thermal Energy Technology, Process Engineering. You take two modules in the same focus.

Specialisation Module b2

Specialisation Module b2

You choose a total of two out of eight key areas: Biomechanical Engineering, Computational Fluid Engineering, Computational Light Weight Design, Innovative Materials and Surfaces, Smart Products and Production, System and Automation Technology, Thermal Energy Technology, Process Engineering. You take two modules in the same focus.

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

  • ECTS : 4

In addition to the basics of simple circuits, this module focuses especially on drive technology. The dimensioning of a drive, the basic function of the most important machine types and the interaction with the power electronic controls are covered. // Teaching language: DE

Elective Module

Elective Module

  • ECTS : 4

Module from group

  • Advanced Digital Engineering
  • Advanced Digital Production
  • Biomechanical Engineering 2
  • Computational Fluid Engineering 2
  • Computational Light Weight Design 2
  • Introduction to Rotary Wing Aircraft
  • Innovative Materials and Surfaces 2
  • Robotics and Mechatronics 2
  • Smart Products and Production 2
  • Systems and Automation Technology 2
  • Process Engineering 2
  • Materials Selection
  • Wind and Water Power and Thermal Solar Energy

You choose a elective module based on your interests. The selection depending on the chosen focus.

The list of elective modules reflects the current state of the offer. It can change until the third year of study.

Module overview part-time

This module table is valid from 16. September 2019

Module legend

Subject-Specific Modules

Mathematics and Natural Science Modules

Context Modules

Project Modules

Semester 1 , Semester ECTS : 22 , Semester week lessons : 22

Materials and Chemistry

Materials and Chemistry

Students acquire the ability to analyse and understand technological problems of importance for mechanical engineering using models and tools from materials science and chemistry. They acquire knowledge of the key properties of materials. // Teaching language: DE

CAD for MT

CAD for MT

Students are familiarised with the handling and application of a modern CAD/PLM program. The tuition is designed to build students’ skills progressively from the outlines of the modelling through to component assembly. What is learned is immediately applied in the project module. // Teaching language: DE

Computer Science Programming 1

Computer Science Programming 1

Introduction to software development with Python. // Teaching language: DE

Algebra and Statistics 1

Algebra and Statistics 1

This module covers the topics of linear equations, matrix algebra and vector geometry as well as elementary probability theory and discrete random variables. // Teaching language: DE

Analysis 1

Analysis 1

Introduction to calculus. // Teaching language: DE

Physics 1

Physics 1

Basic physics and methods for the following: 1) Kinetics and dynamics of one and two-dimensional motion of mass points (with circular motions and vibrations) 2) Wave propagation and related phenomena (transmission, reflection, refraction, interference) 3) Conservation principles and balancing. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 2 , Semester ECTS : 22 , Semester week lessons : 22

Fluiddynamics

Fluiddynamics

In the Fluid Dynamics module, which forms part of the Fluid and Thermodynamics (FTH) series, students learn the basics of fluid dynamics at UAS Bachelor level. The overriding goal is the selection of pumps for the design of piping systems. // Teaching language: DE

Statics

Statics

This module sets out to show engineering students the basic concepts and principles of statics in a clear and concise manner. Students systematically develop their problem-solving skills for static issues. // Teaching language: DE

Computer Science Tools

Computer Science Tools

Students solve technical and numerical problems with MATLAB software, and prepare, analyse, present and document data. They visualise mathematical relationships, prepare graphics for documentation, plot and simulate systems with differential equations, and solve symbolic equation systems. // Teaching language: DE

Algebra and Statistics 2

Algebra and Statistics 2

This module covers linear transformations, eigenvectors and eigenvalues, continuous probability distributions, the Gaussian distribution, the central limit theorem, deductive statistics and also linear regression. // Teaching language: DE

Analysis 2

Analysis 2

Advanced calculus // Teaching language: DE

Physics 2

Physics 2

The Physics 2 module covers the basic physics and methods in the fields of electrostatics, magnetism, electromagnetism, optics and radioactivity. Using selected examples, students learn about and employ the physics way of thinking and working as part of the engineer’s modern technical thinking. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 3 , Semester ECTS : 22 , Semester week lessons : 22

Communication Competence 1

Communication Competence 1

The Communication Competence 1 module focuses on the following aspects of communication training: Researching and processing information in a scientific context // Developing presentation skills // Organising communication and feedback in teams // Teaching language: DE/EN

Project Module 1

Project Module 1

Students learn to solve mechanical engineering tasks independently and in a team. Besides creative idea generation and the search for solutions, students learn to develop designs, to display them professionally by hand and with CAD, and to dimension them. // Teaching language: DE

Machine Elements 1

Machine Elements 1

Students learn the fundamentals of machine elements in mechanical engineering. // Teaching language: DE

Materials Engineering 1

Materials Engineering 1

Materials science for mechanical engineers. Basic course on crystalline structures and their correlation with mechanical properties. Strengthening of metals. Mechanical properties of polymers and composites. Non-destructive testing. // Teaching language: DE

Strength of Materials 1

Strength of Materials 1

Students are familiarised with the base quantities of the strength of materials and introduced to stress calculations for simple structures subjected to tension/compression/bending. Tensors are introduced as a basic mechanical quantity, taking the example of the stress tensor. // Teaching language: DE

Analysis 3

Analysis 3

The topics covered by Analysis 3 are calculation with complex numbers and the solution of ODEs, including the Laplace transformation. In the second part, the focus is on multidimensional analysis and aspects of the vector analysis. // Teaching language: DE

Physics 3: Kinematics and Kinetics

Physics 3: Kinematics and Kinetics

The prime objective of this module is the transfer of engineering knowledge on engineering dynamics. Special emphasis is placed on the transfer of theoretical know-how to engineering applications. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 4 , Semester ECTS : 22 , Semester week lessons : 22

Communication Competence 2

Communication Competence 2

The Communication Competence 2 module focuses on the following aspects of communication training: Collaborative writing and peer feedback in a scientific/professional context // Developing research skills // Audience-oriented communication // Teaching language: DE/EN

Project Module 2

Project Module 2

Students learn how to find creative solutions to an open problem in mechanical engineering and how to verify these with operating models and prototypes. Students work creatively in a team. The construction of prototypes, and programming, management and presentation technology are all encouraged. // Teaching language: DE

Machine Elements 2

Machine Elements 2

Students learn the fundamentals of machine elements in mechanical engineering. // Teaching language: DE

Materials Engineering 2

Materials Engineering 2

Materials Engineering 2 covers the properties and applications of the most important metallic materials used in mechanical engineering. Students are also shown how heat treatments are used to adjust the properties of metallic materials. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Strength of Materials 2

Strength of Materials 2

Students learn to calculate the deflection curve of statically determined and statically undetermined single span and multi field beams, together with stresses and deformations resulting from torsional loading. Students are introduced to the concepts of equivalent stresses and energy methods. // Teaching language: DE

Finite Elemente Methode

Finite Elemente Methode

Participants are introduced to the structural mechanics and mathematical foundations of the finite element method and learn to work on linear strength problems with a commercial FE code. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Numerics

Numerics

Introduction to numerical methods for engineers. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 5 , Semester ECTS : 24 , Semester week lessons : 24

Elective Module

Elective Module

You choose a context module according to your interests.

Elective Module

Elective Module

You choose a context module according to your interests.

Communication Competence 3

Communication Competence 3

The Communication Competence 3 module focuses on the following aspects of communication training: Communication in international and interdisciplinary settings // Mediation and transfer between English and German // Negotiation and discussion // Teaching language: DE/EN

Project Module 3

Project Module 3

In project module 3, students develop and verify solutions in a team to a practical problem relating to transmission technology, plastics technology and machine technology. Creative work in a team, research, presentation and documentation, and communication are all supported. // Teaching language: DE

Virtual Product Development and Machine Elements 3

Virtual Product Development and Machine Elements 3

Basics in Virtual Product Development and Machine Elements 3. // Teaching language: DE

Thermodynamics

Thermodynamics

In the Thermodynamics module of the Fluid- and Thermodynamics (FTH) series, students learn the basics of thermodynamics at UAS Bachelor level. The overall goal is to understand the changes of state of gases in technical processes. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Measurement and Control Systems 1

Measurement and Control Systems 1

Modelling of dynamic systems. Classification of steady state and dynamic system behaviour. Introduction to the Lapalce theory and the concept of transfer function. Representation of dynamic systems with block diagrams of transfer functions. Block diagram algebra. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Mechanical Dynamics

Mechanical Dynamics

  • ECTS : 4

Teaching language: DE/EN

Semester 6 , Semester ECTS : 22 , Semester week lessons : 22

Elective Module

Elective Module

You choose a context module according to your interests.

Business Administration

Business Administration

The engineers gain an insight into the most important business management principles and interrelationships. They are supposed to understand how companies operate, to be able to classify strategies and processes and to understand the basics of financial and operational accounting. // Teaching language: DE

Project Module 4

Project Module 4

In project module 4, students develop and test solutions in a team to a practical problem relating to fluid mechanics, the strength of materials, sheet metal fabrication and mechanical engineering. Creative work, research, presentation, documentation and communication are all promoted. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Machine Elements 4

Machine Elements 4

Fundamentals of machine elements in mechanical engineering 4. // Teaching language: DE

Applied Heat Transfer

Applied Heat Transfer

In the Applied Heat Transfer module of the Fluid- and Thermodynamics (FTH) series, students are taught the basics of heat transfer at UAS Bachelor level. The overall goal is the design of heat exchangers for technical applications. // Teaching language: DE

Mess- und Regelungstechnik 2

Mess- und Regelungstechnik 2

Classical control structures, cascade control and other more complex control structures are introduced. Dynamic systems are analysed in the frequency domain with the Bode diagram. Stability and controller design in the frequency domain are addressed, and an introduction given to filter theory. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

  • ECTS : 4

In addition to the basics of simple circuits, this module focuses especially on drive technology. The dimensioning of a drive, the basic function of the most important machine types and the interaction with the power electronic controls are covered. // Teaching language: DE

Semester 7 , Semester ECTS : 22 , Semester week lessons : 18

Project Thesis: Mechanical Engineering

Project Thesis: Mechanical Engineering

  • ECTS : 6

In the project thesis you will work on topics yourself in close cooperation with industrial and service companies. // Teaching language: DE/EN

Specialisation Module a1

Specialisation Module a1

You choose a total of two out of eight key areas: Biomechanical Engineering, Computational Fluid Engineering, Computational Light Weight Design, Innovative Materials and Surfaces, Smart Products and Production, System and Automation Technology, Thermal Energy Technology, Process Engineering. You take two modules in the same focus.

Specialisation Module b1

Specialisation Module b1

You choose a total of two out of eight key areas: Biomechanical Engineering, Computational Fluid Engineering, Computational Light Weight Design, Innovative Materials and Surfaces, Smart Products and Production, System and Automation Technology, Thermal Energy Technology, Process Engineering. You take two modules in the same focus.

Elective Module

Elective Module

  • ECTS : 4

Module from group

  • Additive Manufacturing (3D printing)
  • Biomechanical Engineering 1
  • Computational Fluid Engineering 1
  • Computational Light Weight Design 1
  • Industrial Design: Basic Principles
  • Innovative Materials and Surfaces 1
  • Conventional Power Plant Technology
  • Refrigeration and Heat Pumps
  • Modelling and Simulation
  • Numerical and Experimental Aerodynamics
  • Robotics and Mechatronics 1
  • Rail Vehicle Technology
  • Smart Products and Production 1
  • Systems and Automation Technology 1

You choose a elective module based on your interests. The selection depending on the chosen focus.

Optional Module

Optional Module

  • ECTS : 4

Module from group

  • Photonics - Applied Optics
  • Higher Analysis
  • Mathematics: Cryptology
  • Modern Physics
  • Operations Research
  • Sensors
  • Statistics 2

You choose a elective module based on your interests.

Semester 8 , Semester ECTS : 24 , Semester week lessons : 12

Bachelor Thesis: Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor Thesis: Mechanical Engineering

  • ECTS : 12

Within this bachelor thesis the students perform their individual analyses of a topic which is centred in the topic of your chosen study specification of the mechanical engineering studies in close collaboration with the partner from industry and the supervising lecturer.

Specialisation Module a2

Specialisation Module a2

You choose a total of two out of eight key areas: Biomechanical Engineering, Computational Fluid Engineering, Computational Light Weight Design, Innovative Materials and Surfaces, Smart Products and Production, System and Automation Technology, Thermal Energy Technology, Process Engineering. You take two modules in the same focus.

Specialisation Module b2

Specialisation Module b2

You choose a total of two out of eight key areas: Biomechanical Engineering, Computational Fluid Engineering, Computational Light Weight Design, Innovative Materials and Surfaces, Smart Products and Production, System and Automation Technology, Thermal Energy Technology, Process Engineering. You take two modules in the same focus.

Elective Module

Elective Module

  • ECTS : 4

Module from group

  • Advanced Digital Engineering
  • Advanced Digital Production
  • Biomechanical Engineering 2
  • Computational Fluid Engineering 2
  • Computational Light Weight Design 2
  • Introduction to Rotary Wing Aircraft
  • Innovative Materials and Surfaces 2
  • Robotics and Mechatronics 2
  • Smart Products and Production 2
  • Systems and Automation Technology 2
  • Process Engineering 2
  • Materials Selection
  • Wind and Water Power and Thermal Solar Energy

You choose a elective module based on your interests. The selection depending on the chosen focus.

The list of elective modules reflects the current state of the offer. It can change until the third year of study.