The first four semesters consist of the basics of mechanical engineering and economics. This ist he same for all students in the subject of economic enegeneering. Examples for this is Mathematics, technical mechanics, thermodynamics, machine design and material science. Furthermore in the area of economics, the basics of economic thinking and behaving is taught.
Starting in the fifth semester, the student can individulise his study by choosing one of the following specialisations:
• Production Technology
• Design Engineering and Development
• Energy Engineering
• Chemical Engineering
• Plastics Engineering
• Textile Engineering
• Transportation Engineering
• Aeronautical Engineering
The seventh semester is free of any lectures, making it possible to complete your internship (14 weeks) and your bachelor thesis.
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