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Electrical Engineering with Management, B.Sc.

  • ANT

    Business studies with electrical engineering

    a combination high in demand.

Economic aspects are in many cases the decisive factor for the success of newly introduced technical developments on the market. Electrical Engineering with Management combines the two disciplines Electrical Engineering/Information Technology and Industrial Economics to feed the demands for engineers qualified in both, economics and technology.

During the studies, key competences such as research and teamwork skills are imparted in the subject-specific context of the main areas of study. The theoretical requirements are provided through lectures and exercises. A strong practical orientation of the studies with laboratory exercises, internships, experiments and own projects prepare the students for their future daily work in the best possible way.

Qualified industrial engineers find employment in industry, sales or purchasing departments, production, logistics, management consulting and controlling. The career prospects are excellent.

Course contents

In the first three semesters, the course includes the basics in three areas:

  • Methods and general basics: mathematics and information technology

  • Fundamentals in electrical engineering

  • Fundamentals in business administration

Beginning with the fourth semester, the focus lies on the two sub-areas:

  • Electrical engineering and information technology

  • Business administration

Key data

  • Admission requirements: general or restricted university entrance qualification

  • Application deadline: July 15

  • Beginning of the course: once a year at winter semester

  • ECTS credits: 180

  • Semester dues including semester ticket

  • Standard duration: 6 semesters

  • Qualification: Bachelor of Science

Information and application

Advisory Service

Study Center

For advice on:

  • Study progress

  • Admission and application

  • Start into your study program

  • Any other questions that might occur

Contact: Email

Susanne Müller-Schröter 

NW1 room W4160
Phone: +49 421-218-62240

Subject-specific information and advice

Questions about:

  • Contents of the study programs

  • Recognition and accreditation of qualifications

Prof. Dr. Annette Ladstätter-Weißenmayer

NW1 Room S2240
Phone: +49 421-218-62105

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