Are you interested in developing the industrial production and manufacturing systems of tomorrow? This course will provide you with the latest technological expertise in electrical engineering and electronics, computer engineering, mechanical engineering and production technology. The advantage for you: you will have the opportunity to apply this knowledge in a practical setting during lab exercises at the university and during your internships at the training company. Subjects such as technology management, robotics and digital image processing add the finishing touches.
The focus of the Bachelor’s course in Industrial Mechatronics is on industrial production and manufacturing technology. You will familiarise yourself with the fundamental elements of production and control technology as well as with the associated methods and tools such as computer-aided manufacturing.
You will also focus intensively on electronics, drive technology and communication technology, which are playing an ever-increasing role in modern production processes, and on the testing of mechatronic and automotive systems.
The co-op curriculum means that the mandatory internship and the Bachelor’s thesis are completed at a training company, allowing students to apply the knowledge, skills and competences they have acquired in a real-world industry setting.