Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
The degree programme in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology qualifies students to become engineers with the ability to work on demanding tasks through the practice-oriented application of scientific methods. This achieved through a wide array of training based on the pillars of Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Information Systems and mathematic/scientific fundamentals. Four areas of specialisation – electrical power engineering, automation, communication engineering, and medical engineering – allow further specialisation and development of expertise. Students are consistently brought closer to practice through application-oriented lectures, practical specialisation courses, and a practical phase when writing their Bachelor’s thesis. The connection of theory and practice teaches key qualifications and prepares students optimally for the social and technical requirements demanded by both corporate and scientific environments.
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Prof. Dr. Markus Mathes
Prof. Dr. Martin Spiertz
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