The Energy of the Future – Exciting New Opportunities
Regenerative energy systems will play an important role in meeting our future energy needs. Related areas range from the construction of plants and systems to business consulting to sales. The topics of sustainability and energy efficiency are not limited merely to the energy sector, however. The use of green technology in other sectors offers new opportunities, but a holistic approach will be required. Get Ready for the Future (of Energy)!
Master’ Degree Programme in International Business and Engineering, Including Preliminary Courses (120 CPs)
Students with undergraduate degrees from engineering sciences programmes will begin their studies with a preliminary one-semester course in Business Studies. After successfully completing this course, they enter the regular Master’s degree programme.
Students with undergraduate degrees from business sciences programmes will begin their studies with a preliminary one-semester course in Technical Essentials. After successfully completing this course, they enter the regular Master’s degree programme.
Preliminary course business studies:
- Module 1+2: Business Essentials I
- Courses: Business Theory & Research, Business Law, Market Analysis, Business Startup, Marketing & Sales, Project I
- Module 3+4: Business Essentials II
- Courses: Accounting, Human Resources, Investment & Finance, Mathematics, Business Management, Project II, Language
Preliminary course technical essentials:
- Module 1+2: Technical Essentials I
- Mathematics for Engineers I+II, Material Sciences, Mechanics
- Module 3+4: Technical Essentials II
- Constructive Design, Electrical Engineering, Production Engineering, Material Sciences II, Language
Our academic year is divided into eight blocks of five weeks each. These blocks build on one another with regard to content. Studies begin with a 14-days introductory module. Targeted learning is offered from day one with a university-wide preparatory phase to acquire basic study skills.