The Environmental, Process & Energy Engineering Master’s program offered by MCI provides a practice-oriented engineering training as well as comprehensive expertise required for the sustainable development of already existing plants and new concepts. With complementary courses in economics and law, the program provides scientific and internationally relevant knowledge. It is available full-time in English, as well as part-time in German, with selected courses taught in English.
The main focus of the program is on the development, implementation, control, and continuous improvement of engineering processes and the application of new technologies.
By choosing respective areas of specialization, the students of the program can deepen their interests and obtain advanced knowledge of Plant Engineering and Operations, Chemical Engineering, Energy Engineering, or Environmental Engineering.
- Specialization Plant Engineering
The Plant Engineering and Operations module represents one of the core areas of modern process engineering. Subjects to be discussed here are automation engineering, logistics, and plant design, with a particular focus on computer-aided design.
- Specialization Chemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering is positioned at the intersection of chemistry and process engineering, thus, addressing central issues of industrial scale-up, chemical product design, advanced catalysis, and polymer chemistry.
- Specialization Energy Engineering
The Energy Engineering module provides students with advanced knowledge of technologies for the efficient, safe, environmentally friendly, and economic conversion, storage, and utilization of all forms of energy.
- Specialization Environmental Engineering
Environmental Engineering deals with technical procedures for the protection of the environment and the development of respective technological measures. The general focus is, thus, on water and air pollution control, residual waste treatment, and systems analyses.