Machines enable us to conquer space and explore our earth. They secure food and energy and make us flexible. Mechanical engineers develop solutions for a wide range of wishes and requirements. From the first customer contact through development, production and commissioning to sales and maintenance, it is engineers who find creative solutions for demanding requirements.

In research projects they develop innovative solution strategies for new technologies. In a world with increasing demand for resources, they ensure environmentally friendly and competitive products and thus contribute to the future viability of our society. Regardless of their chosen specialization, the graduates are able to develop components, assemblies and machines / systems as well as processes and to implement them in theory and practice.


  • construction and development
  • Energy technology
    Development and operation of energy technology systems and machines
  • Production and logistics
    Planning, implementation and operation of production facilities and logistics systems
  • Plastics and materials technology
    Development and production of innovative products with special consideration of the choice of materials 


In the modular course, all modules are checked promptly. The contents of the lectures, seminars and internships are supplemented by practical events. At the beginning of their studies, students get to know a wide variety of mechanical engineering occupations and can thus find a choice of specialization that corresponds to their inclinations. In addition to imparting basic knowledge, emphasis is placed on working on projects in a team. In the third and fifth semesters, projects (subtasks from research or industrial projects) are worked on independently in small groups.

For an individual orientation, the students can choose four subjects from the other specializations or from the entire range of the department according to their interests. The course concludes with a practical phase. Here, with the in-depth knowledge, the professional field of the engineer is again familiarized with and independently tested. A subsequent bachelor thesis completes the course.

1. -3. semester

  • Introduction to mechanical engineering
  • Math 1 to 3
  • physics
  • Statics, dynamics, strength theory
  • Technical drawing
  • Materials engineering
  • Plastics technology
  • Thermodynamics 1
  • Fasteners
  • Base project
  • Gear elements
  • Production engineering
  • Process and information management
  • Module 1 of the respective specialization

4th semester

  • Electrical machines
  • Fluid mechanics
  • System and measurement technology
  • Technical English
  • Module 2 of the respective specialization
  • Elective module 1

5th semester

  • Business administration
  • Control systems
  • In-depth project
  • Modules 3 and 4 of the respective specialization
  • Elective module 2

6th semester

  • Quality management
  • Modules 5 to 7 of the respective specialization
  • Elective modules 3 and 4

7th semester

  • Practical phase
  • bachelor thesis
  • colloquium

Specialization in construction and development

  • CAD
  • Construction system
  • Machine dynamics
  • Finite elements 1
  • Structure and shape development
  • Numerical Fluid Mechanics 1
  • Lightweight materials

Specialization in energy technology

  • Thermodynamics 2
  • Heat transfer
  • Machine dynamics
  • Energy Technology
  • Power and working machines 1
  • Numerical Fluid Mechanics 1
  • Power and working machines 2

Specialization in production and logistics

  • Applied production
  • Production planning and logistics
  • Machine tools
  • Innovation management
  • material flow
  • Automation technology
  • Factory organization

Specialization in plastics and materials technology

  • Material and component testing
  • Fatigue strength
  • Plastics processing
  • Innovation management
  • Lightweight materials
  • Constructing with plastics
  • Molecular Materials


Abitur or advanced technical college entrance qualification or previous training recognized as equivalent and proof of practical work lasting ten weeks (pre-study internship). Evidence must be provided by the beginning of the fourth semester at the latest. However, it is recommended that you complete the pre-study internship before starting your studies. Details can be found in the examination regulations.

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