Study program in detail

Electrical Engineering

After graduating with a major in automation or infotronics, you can be employed in a variety of areas: You will work in electrical design/development or in the field of hardware and software (machine control, drive technology, visualization).

As a student of electrical engineering
  • You develop, calculate, design and test new components, assemblies, devices, machines, equipment and systems in electrical engineering/electronics and processes for their manufacture
  • You supervise the manufacture, assembly, commissioning, maintenance and operation of electrical engineering equipment and systems of all types
  • You solve practical technical problems and tasks in the electrotechnical field using suitable procedures and in the most economical way possible
  • General university entrance qualification or a subject-linked university entrance qualification in the chosen field of study
  • Technical understanding
  • Interest in mechanical engineering
Training content in the practical phase
  • Basic electrical training
  • Introduction to electrical engineering and electronics
  • Programming and development
  • Hardware and software design
Training content in the theory phase
  • Metrology
  • Digital Technology
  • Signals and Systems
  • Control Engineering
  • Software engineering
  • Electrical drive systems
  • Simulation technology
Electrical engineer at a control panel of a machine
Student working at laptop
Student at a computer
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Isabell Rath
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Isabell Rath
HR Manager (Higher Education & Training), available Tue. - Fri.
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