About this course
Through the Master's course of study in Business Administration and Engineering: Mechanical Engineering, students acquire both engineering and business administrative skills. This interdisciplinary education enables students to later work in engineering, business administrative, and above all, interdisciplinary fields.
Studies encompass three core semesters, in which students work to acquire 90 ECTS. Practical training is not required.
During the first examination period, students choose the respective engineering and business administrative career field. The engineering concentrations are separated once again in various fields of specialization.
Through a combination of the Master's thesis with various elective in the engineering and business administrative concentrations, students can determine individual study focuses.
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- Relevant qualifications accepted by the University.