You want to discover the secrets of electronic systems and innovate professionally using microelectronics, software and embedded computer technology?Then the degree program Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (ET) is the right one for you!From the generation and distribution of electrical energy, comprehensive technical support in medicine, in the home and in administration, right through to constantly-available global communication links: as an Electrical Engineering and Information Technology specialist, you will develop the systems and components needed for society’s technical infrastructure.
The seven semester degree program ET offers you seven specialization topics, two of which you can choose for your personal course direction.The previous “stand-alone” electrical engineering degree programs are integrated into the new course structure with the selection of these specializations.For example, by combining the specializations “Automotive Electronics” and “Energy and Power Electronics”, you will acquire the same qualification as in the former degree program, “Automotive Electronics”.
You can also take this degree program with the Ulm Model or with in-depth practical experience.
You can apply for the degree program ET if you have an entrance qualification for a university of applied sciences, a subject-specific higher-education entrance qualification, a general qualification for university entrance or a comparable qualification. A pre-study internship is not required.
Furthermore, you should have a general interest in dealing with mathematical and scientific questions, and a certain degree of ability in communication and abstract thinking.To discover where your preferences and strengths lie, a voluntary pre-study internship before starting your course may be useful
The seven semester degree program is split into basic and advanced studies.The basic studies with the associated modules are taken by all ET students in semesters 1 to 4.From the 3rd semester, you choose two specialist topics to increasingly build upon the basic studies (semesters 3 to 7).This gives you a wide range of options for studying in greater depth, according to your personal preferences.
In its current version, the specializations catalog covers the areas:
- Communication systems
- High Speed Electronics
- Automotive systems
- Energy and Power Electronics
- Internet of Things
Examples of specialization subject combinations:
“Automotive systems” and “Energy and Power Electronics” will prepare you for modern automotive topics including electric vehicles. By choosing “Automation” and “Energy and Power Electronics”, you will become a specialist in industrial electronics.The two specializations “Communication Systems” and “High Speed Electronics” cover the modern field of communications engineering.
After successful completion of this degree program you will be awarded the academic degree title "Bachelor of Engineering".
"Ulm model" module list
Careers for ET engineers are diverse and challenging.You have excellent career development chances, both nationally and internationally. For example, in small, medium or large enterprises involved in developing, manufacturing, selling, installing, commissioning and maintaining electrical and automation equipment and systems, along with the associated software. You could also work for users in every sector of industry, in planning and engineering offices, in sales companies and consulting firms, in teaching and training or in research and product development.
A career in engineering offers you a varied work life in a future-proof jobs market.The high professional qualification of graduates is confirmed by top scores in the “Bachelor-Praxis-Check”.This is also the conclusion of a study by the VDE, according to which, four out of five graduates need fewer than ten job applications to get their first job. Plus, when they were at the point of signing a contract, more than half of the graduates had job offers from other companies as well.(VDE study “Young Professionals in Electrical Engineering and IT”).In particular, the economic environment in Ulm and the surrounding region offers you highly-attractive employers from medium-sized enterprises through to large-scale industry.
By deciding to undertake a quality-assured degree program at Ulm University of Applied Sciences you are well prepared for the future.All the Bachelor's and Master's degree courses at Ulm University of Applied Sciences are accredited.As part of the accreditation, the feasibility of the degree program, the contents of the course of study and the suitability of the course's graduates for the requirements of their future careers are assessed.This means that you will receive a degree qualification which is recognized and quality-certified, which will help you with the recognition of your degree program – both nationally and internationally.The accreditation of the degree programs at Ulm University of Applied Sciences offers students and employers a reliable guide regarding the quality of the degree programs.
|Course and examination regulations
Overview of all course and examination regulations
|The course and examination regulations define the conditions and legal requirements for a proper degree course.If you are taking this course "with in-depth practical experience", the same course and examination regulations apply.
Please note: if you are already a student enrolled at Ulm University of Applied Sciences, it might be that a different version of the course and examination regulations apply for you.The course and examination regulations which were in effect when you started your course are the ones which apply.If in doubt, please contact your Studiendekan.
|Aims of the degree program
||The competence categories “knowledge and understanding” and “skills” required by the Qualification Framework for German Higher Education Qualifications are specified in learning outcomes (knowledge, skills, expertise).
||The module handbook describes the modules belonging to the degree course, their content, the intended learning outcomes, and the form of academic assessment.
Please note: the module handbook / module list is updated by March 1 for the relevant summer semester and by September 1 for the relevant winter semester, and is valid from this point onwards.Please contact your program adviser if you have questions regarding earlier module descriptions.
|Flyer for this degree program
||The flyer contains information about course prerequisites, making an application, the structure and content of the course and on the professional profile.