Electrical Technologies

The master’s degree course Electrical Engineering was renamed in winter semester 2010/2011 and is now called Electrical Technologies.


The master’s degree course in Electrical Technologies is a consecutive degree programme based on the bachelor’s degree courses in “Electrical Engineering”, “Mechatronics” and “Industrial Engineering – Electrical Engineering” at the Faculty of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. The more application-oriented degree course is aimed at graduates from the faculty’s above-mentioned bachelor’s degree programmes who wish to enhance their technical and methodical competences, deepen social and self-competence with performance, control and coordination tasks regarding their future careers.

The programme offers modules appropriate to certain professional fields consisting of obligatory and optional modules. In optional modules, more in-depth knowledge in the chosen specialisation is possible. In the additional module, students can also choose between offers from other study programmes, faculties or universities.

Job profile

The potential fields of activity of future graduates - in coordination with the above-mentioned course objectives - can be found in mechanical and plant engineering, electrical and electronics, automotive and aviation industries and automation technology, robotics, microelectronics, precision engineering, as well as media technology, in energy systems and high voltage engineering, electrical drives and power electronics, innovation in renewable energy, audio and video technologies, intelligent power supply, energy-efficient IT systems, fast transmission technologies and the optimisation of medical technology.