Do you want to study Industrial Engineering (Construction)?
Then welcome to our university. You will work in a wide range of fields and will be able to take on interesting tasks in the planning and execution of buildings.
Our aim is to provide our students with the broadest possible knowledge base and in-depth knowledge in subareas of construction and economics. The program is not only intended to provide students with the technical and engineering qualifications they need but also to teach them to work independently and creatively, as well as to deal with economic indicators securely.
After the standard study period of seven semesters, the academic degree of Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.) in Construction is awarded.
A solid foundation
In the first two semesters (basic studies) you will mainly learn the basics of civil engineering and economics.
In the third and fourth semesters (core studies) the economic and engineering core subjects are covered. You acquire basic knowledge and deepen your specialist knowledge.
Advanced content and the main focus of studies
The fifth and sixth semesters offer the opportunity to specialize in three technical subjects and two economics subjects. You have a choice of options that correspond to your professional interests. In addition, you will complete and deepen your basic knowledge in the integrative modules.
In the seventh semester, you will work on your practical project and complete your studies with your bachelor's thesis. Further seminar elements allow you to test and practice your acquired presentation and moderation skills during this semester.
The bachelor's examination is the professional qualification of the bachelor's degree in industrial engineering (construction). It consists of:
- Coursework and exams (to be done during your studies)
- Bachelor's thesis, planned for the 7th subject-related semester
The bachelor's thesis proves that you are in a position to work independently with scientific methods on a concrete practical problem definition within a given period of time using the knowledge you have acquired.
After passing the exams, credits are assigned using the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), enabling you to switch to other universities in Germany and abroad.
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