This new dual study programme combines theoretical knowledge acquisition in the field of mechatronics and intelligent production in a university institution and the application of practical knowledge in the company. Students complete their studies in a blocked form. In terms of content, this course of study will include both mechatronic systems and the shop-floor area of production engineering. Many manufacturing companies require employees who, in addition to general technical content, have acquired in-depth knowledge of manufacturing processes, planning and operation of production facilities including robots, production technology, company organisation and mechatronic systems.
Materials, Materials Testing, Damage Analysis, CAE (Computer Aided Engineering and Simulation), Processing and Production Processes, Processing and Production Plants, Joining/Connection/Adhesion Technologies, Corrosion, Wear, Surface Engineering, Automation, Quality Management, Economics, Law, Social Competence.
Students specialise in either Plastics or Metals as the course progresses. Alongside the broad and applications-oriented range of subjects of a technical/engineering nature, relevant aspects of non-technical subjects essential for a career in modern industry are also covered comprehensively: Business Economics, Project Management, Social Competence, English.