Interdisciplinary
Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering
What is it?

Engineers help shape the future in almost every area of life and their work ensures quality of life and prosperity. There is great demand for engineers in industry, research and administration today. The speed of technological change on the one hand and the complexity of modern systems, equipment and devices on the other call for engineers with extensive scientific and technical knowledge as well as specific technical skills.

In the degree program Interdisciplinary Engineering, you learn both: In the first two semesters, you will acquire fundamental knowledge of mathematics, science and technology, which brings you up to speed on current and future technologies. In addition, your personal profile will be enhanced by subjects such as technical English, professional ethics and technological impact assessment. The third semester is designed as an opportunity for personal orientation. By attending orientation courses and completing a project, you will be able to develop an idea of the professional areas you want to focus on and to prepare for the specialization phase of the degree program. The area of specialization is selected after the third semester. You can choose between a range of contemporary topics: International Technical Development, Mechatronics, Medical Engineering and Smart Energy Management. In each of these areas of specialization, students are trained to become specialists in future-oriented engineering disciplines. Each specialization phase concludes with the 7th semester, which includes an internship and a bachelor's thesis.

What can I do with it?

By specializing in one of these areas, you will have a wide range of professional opportunities on the job market. For more details, take a look at the possibilities listed on the pages of the individual areas of specialization. Due to its interdisciplinary approach, graduates of this degree program are well prepared for future technologies and trends.

 

For degree-seeking students: detailed information on admission requirements, application deadlines, etc. can be found on the German page.

 

Key facts

Study location

Rüsselsheim Campus

Standard period of study

7 semesters

Main language of instruction

German - We offer courses in English for exchange students.

Accreditation agency

ASIIN

Commencement of studies

Winter and summer semester

Contact

Our i-Punkt at the Kurt-Schumacher-Ring Campus is there to answer all your questions about studying and applying.

You can contact Professor Andreas Geck directly for further information.