Environmentally Oriented Energy Technology

Foci: Renewable Energy, Energy-Efficient Ventilation Enigineering

Standard Duration: 4 semesters

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Additional Information: Graduates of this programme are qualified for positions in higher service and doctoral programmes in Germany and abroad.

Degree Structure

Modules in the first two semesters primarily cover fundamentals in the natural sciences and energy technologies.

In the third semester students obtain sound knowledge of, and learn about, the most recent developments in technology and research through one of two possible foci. This is complemented by independent, in-depth project assignments, which are designed to foster scientific work methods and evaluation. 

A broad range of elective modules enables students to emphasise certain areas of study such as energy technologies, environmental technologies or economics and law.

The fourth semester is reserved for the Master's thesis. With the final dissertation students demonstrate their ability to independently resolve a subject-related problem by applying scientific research methods within a given time frame. Students generally complete their thesis within six months.

Contact

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Brinkmann
Automation Engineering, Energy System Technology

+49 6782 17-1847

master-eut@umwelt-campus.de

master-eut@umwelt-campus.de Building: 9915 Room: 006