About this course
Engineers are dependent on efficient hardware and software and knowledge of the methods of computer science as a key competence because technical developments are becoming increasingly complex and are based largely on mathematical principles. Thus, Computational Engineering (CE) was developed in response to these insights and combines computer science, mathematics and engineering as equal interdisciplinary curriculum in a degree program. CE is an internationally recognized discipline that deals with the solution to physical problems in science and technology using mathematical models, computer and software systems.
- Excellent Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification in computer science, a related science or engineering subject or in mathematics
- Skills and experience in computing and programming. In addition to knowledge of the basic concepts of computers and computer science, solid programming experience in languages such as C or C++ is expected
- Extensive education in engineering mathematics
- Interest in solving engineering and science problems using computers and high-performance computers
- Good English proficiency required, e.g. Unicert II, GER B2 level, 560 points in TOEFL PBT or equivalent qualification
- Proof of German proficiency is not required; however, we strongly recommend German proficiency at GER A2 level as a minimum.