Based on a broad interdisciplinary training, the master degree program in Industrial Engineering & Management enables students to acquire the necessary skills to solve complex problems at the interface of production and management. The interdisciplinary character of the curriculum is particularly supported by practically relevant projects and case studies from various disciplines. With their strong grounding in engineering, industrial engineers and managers are suited for employment as all-rounders in various areas along the value chain, including manufacturing, production management, and general management. The multi-faceted and bilingual training offered to students moreover enables them to function as experts and assume managerial responsibilities within an international environment.
- General Engineering (15%)
- Production Engineering & Management (15%)
- Project Leadership (10%)
- General Management (25%)
- Master Thesis | Research & Development (35%)