Electrical Engineering (B.Eng.)

Degree Course

Note: The bachelor degree program in Electrical Engineering can be chosen as a dual study course.

The bachelor degree program in Electrical Engineering is a scientifically sound and application-oriented course. As a result of the carefully selected content of the course, successful entry into professional life is guaranteed. In addition to a broad specialist knowledge, the students themselves acquire further competences in the field of key competences. 

This allows the graduates – highly trained – to position themselves permanently and successfully in the labour market.

Due to the continuous growth of the information and communication technologies, it is expected that in the future, there will be a high demand for qualified electrical engineers.

Requirement for entry is a general higher education entrance qualification (allgemeine Hochschulreife), an advanced technical college entrance qualification (Fachhochschulreife), a subject-related entrance qualification (fachgebundene Hochschulreife) or a corresponding vocational certificate in practical training with special qualifications.

Professional Profile

The task areas of the electrical engineer now go far beyond the traditional tasks such as the development of electrical devices and circuits. It opens up a broad occupational field:

  • Configuration of electrical systems
  • Marketing and sales
  • Hardware and software development
  • Start-up and maintenance
  • Production and quality control

Great diversity in the fields of activity in the area of electrical engineering and especially the automation engineering gives students the chance, during their studies to implement their own interests and inclinations. Later upon entry into professional life, the students will be able to transfer this acquired knowledge.

Electrical Engineering in Emden

The Faculty of Technology offers in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science a coordinated range of ideal supplementary degree courses. The systematic updating of the degree courses ensures that the dynamic developments in the field of information and communication technologies are always taken into account.

Within the Electrical Engineering degree course, all steps of the engineering development of electrical systems of information technology are covered: from individual components to analog and digital circuit technology including CAD, from system programming to general system technical aspects. The focus is - depending on the depth - on issues of automation engineering, information technology, computer engineeringrenewable energy or also on the area of marketing and sales.

After successful completion of the degree course Electrical Engineering, the university will award the academic degree of Bachelor of Engineering. For graduates of Electrical Engineering, who have successfully completed the course with above average grades, opens up the possibility for the continuation of their studies in the consecutive master degree course Industrial Informatics.

Course Progression

The compact course takes 7 semesters. In the first three semesters, basic subjects are taught. Selected electro-technical topics are dealt with in the fourth semester.
From the fifth semester, special courses for further technical subjects are dealt with in more depth. The course is completed in the 7th semester with the bachelor thesis.

Course Schedule (pdf - in German):

Further Information

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Studienverlaufsplan Link
Modulhandbuch Link

  • Abschluss: Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  • Kurzbeschreibung: Das Studium bietet eine praxisnahe Ausbildung zum Elektroingenieur. Neben einem breiten Fachwissen erarbeiten sich die Studierenden Kompetenzen im Bereich Schlüsselqualifikationen und können sich somit nachhaltig auf dem Arbeitsmarkt etablieren.
  • Typ: Vollzeitstudium (Standard, grundständig oder konsekutiv): Grundsätzliche Arbeitsbelastung ca. 1800 Stunden pro Jahr. Dabei ist zu berücksichtigen, dass eine Vollzeittätigkeit und ein Vollzeitstudium parallel nicht leistbar sind.
  • Regelstudienzeit: 7 Semester
  • Studienort: Emden
  • Studienbeginn: Wintersemester
  • Bewerbungsschluss: 30. September
  • Zulassungsbeschränkung: nein
  • Frühere NC-Werte: -
  • Vorpraktikum: nicht erforderlich
  • Zugangsvoraussetzungen: Fachhochschulreife oder allgemeine Hochschulreife oder fachgebundene Hochschulreife oder eine dem gewählten Studiengang entsprechende praktische Ausbildung mit besonderer Qualifikation.
  • Ordnungen (Prüfungs-, Studienordnungen, usw.)
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