Studiengänge

The courses in the Faculty of Mechanical Science and Engineering are divided into several fields of study, which are technically clearly differentiated.
 
[Course of mechanical engineering]
[Course of process engineering]
[Course of materials science]
[Course of chemical engineering]
[Course of Process Engineering and Natural Materials Technology]
[Course of Mechatronics]
[Course of Regenerative Energy Systems]

 Course of mechanical engineering (MB) with the Branches of Study

  • General and constructional mechanical engineering
  • Automotive and rail vehicle engineering
  • Lightweight engineering
  • Machine design
  • Applied mechanics
  • Aero space engineering
  • Power engineering
  • Production engineering
  • Working design
  • Textile and clothing technology
  • Processing Machines and processing engineering
 
     
Course of materials science (WW) with the Branches of Study
  • Functional materials
  • Structural materials
  • Materials science
 
     
Course of process engineering (VT) with the Branches of Study
  • Process engineering
  • Bio-processing technology
  • Food stuff engineering
  • Paper engineering
  • Wood machining and wood and fibre material engineering

only to year of enrollment
winter semester 2011/12
     
Course of chemical engineering  (CIW)
Common course of the faculty of mechanical engineering and the
faculty of science, Department of Chemistry;    
supervised by the faculty of mechanical engineering

 

only to year of enrollment
winter semester 2011/12
     
Course of Process Engineering and Natural Materials Technology (VNT)

with the Branches of Study

  • Process engineering
  • Bio-processing technology
  • Food stuff engineering
  • chemical engineering
  • Wood machining and wood and fibre material engineering

connecting the courses of
process engineering and
chemical engineering from
winter semester 2012/13
     
Course of Mechatronics
Common course of the faculty of mechanical engineering, the
faculty of electrical engineering and information engineering and
the faculty of traffic sciences; supervised by the faculty of electrical engineering

Branches of Study:
  • Mechatronik for vehicles
  • Mechatronik for mechanical engineering
  • Macromechatronics
  • Micromechatronics

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Course of Regenerative Energysystems
Common course of the faculty of mechanical engineering, the
faculty of electrical engineering and information engineering;
supervised by the faculty of electrical engineering

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