Applied Electrical Engineering
Do you wonder how solar radiation can become electrical energy? You want to know how a modern smart phone functions? How modern cars of the future will be able to drive through city traffic independently, as if by magic? If these are the kind of questions that interest you, then the applied study course in Electrical Engineering is just right for you.
The Electrical Engineering programme runs over seven semesters and can be studied also from winter semester 2015/16 dual https://www.b-tu.de/wirtschaft/partner-fuer-duales-studium. In the first three semesters all students study the basics, such as direct current, alternating current, electromagnetic fields and active and passive components. Measurement technology, microprocessor technology and mathematical and physical principles are also taught.
From the fourth semester there is specialization in the areas of communication technology, process automation or energy systems. In the seventh semester an industrial internship of at least 12 weeks is to be carried out in a company of your choice or in one of the over 90 cooperating partners in industry and public research institutions. Lastly, the bachelor’s thesis is to be completed within a twelve-week timeframe.
Professional Fields of Activity
- Work in research and technology development or sales in a company in the electronics industry
- Work in project planning and planning, sales and production, maintenance and commissioning of facilities and in middle management as a group leader
- Work in teaching, research or administration in the public sector
- Work as an academic doctoral research assistant