The degree programme for a Bachelor of Engineering and Management offers students integrative and interdisciplinary courses with technical, economical and character-building content. In modules that sometimes run over multiple semesters and an ongoing alternation between technical and business content, students learn "lateral thinking" that will help them act as intermediaries between these two worlds.
The core areas:
- Engineering (engineering sciences, natural sciences, mathematics),
- Management (economics, law and social sciences) and
- Social Capacity (social and methodological skills and language)
are each highlighted in various stages of the course programme.
Industrial engineers provide a valuable contribution to interfaces where technology, industries, cultures and business models come together.