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Overview

The bachelor's degree comprises seven semesters and is divided into modules in which proof of performance must be provided during the course.

In addition to the basics of mathematics and the natural sciences, basic engineering, business and social science knowledge is imparted.

The skills in the areas of purchasing, logistics, marketing and controlling that are particularly relevant for later professional life are specially deepened.

The courses are held in small groups according to the seminar principle: lecture and discussion alternate in a didactically sensible way. Exercises and laboratories serve to deepen the subject matter and convey practical methods and process engineering.

The seventh semester of study includes a practical phase and the final examination. In addition to the preparation of a practice-oriented bachelor thesis, this also consists of an accompanying exercise and an oral examination.

The Beuth University in Berlin and Brandenburg has the best student-to-teacher ratio; studying in small groups is effective and quickly leads to success.

 

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

1st semester

module Module name SU SWS Ü SWS Cr P / WP FB
B01 Mathematics in industrial engineering 4th   5 P. II
B02 Technical mechanics: statics, strength theory 4th   5 P. VIII
B03 Materials and material processing 4th 2 5 P. VIII
B03.1 Materials 4th        
B03.1 Material processing   2      
B04 general business studies 4th   5 P. I.
B05 Computer science: introduction 2 2 5 P. VI
B05.1 Computer science: introduction 2        
B05.2 Computer science: introduction to exercise   2      
B06 English in business and technology   4th 5 P. I.

2 semesters

module Module name SU SWS Ü SWS Cr P / WP FB
B07 Economic statistics 4th   5 P. II
B08 Technical mechanics: strength theory, kinematics, kinetics 4th   5 P. VIII
B09 manufacturing engineering 2 2 5 P. VIII
B09.1 manufacturing engineering 2        
B09.2 Manufacturing engineering exercise   2      
B10 Accounting: Basics 4th   5 P. I.
B11 Computer science: applications 2 2 5 P. VI
B11.1 Computer science: applications 2        
B11.2 Computer Science: Applications Exercise   2      
B12 English business communication   4th 5 P. I.

3rd semester

module Module name SU SWS Ü SWS Cr P / WP FB
B13 Construction and machine elements: basics 4th   5 P. VIII
B14 Electrical engineering 4th   5 P. VII
B15 Cost and revenue accounting 4th   5 P. I.
B16 Corporate governance: basics 4th   5 P. I.
B17 Project management 2 2 5 P. I.
B17.1 Project management 2        
B17.2 Project management exercise   2      
B18 Scientific work and presentation   4th 5 P. I.
B18.1 Scientific work and learning techniques   2      
B18.2 Presentation Techniques   2

4th semester

module Module name SU SWS Ü SWS Cr P / WP FB
B19 Construction and machine elements: applications 2 2 5 P. VIII
B19.1 Construction and machine elements: applications 2        
B19.2 Construction and machine elements: applications exercise   2      
B20 Thermodynamics and Energy Engineering 4th   5 P. VIII
B21 Logistics: the basics 4th   5 P. I.
B22 Investment calculation 4th   5 P. I.
B23 Business Law: Basics 4th   5 P. I.
B24 Work organization: basics 2 2 5 P. I.
B24.1 Work organization: basics 2        
B24.2 Work organization: basics exercise   2      

5th semester

module Module name SU SWS Ü SWS Cr P / WP FB
B25 Factory planning 2 2 5 P. VIII
B25.1 Factory planning 2        
B25.2 Factory planning exercise   2      
B26 Elective module I   4th 5 P. VIII
B27 Marketing: analysis and strategies 4th   5 P. I.
B28 Logistics: material management 2 2 5 P. I.
B28.1 Logistics: material management 2        
B28.2 Logistics: material management exercise   2      
B29 Controlling: basics 4th   5 P. I.
B30 Economics 4th   5 P. I.
             
  Elective modules          
WP01 Technical product management   4th 5 WP VIII
WP02 automation   4th 5 WP VIII

6th semester

module Module name SU SWS Ü SWS Cr P / WP FB
B31 Quality management 4th   5 P. VIII
B32 Elective module II   4th 5 WP VIII
B33 Marketing: tools 2 2 5 P. I.
B33.1 Marketing: tools 2        
B33.2 Marketing: Tools of Exercise   2      
B34 Strategic Purchasing 4th   5 P. I.
B34.1 Procurement management 2        
B34.2 Annual financial statement analysis and accounting policy 2        
B35 Elective module III   4th 5 WP I.
B36 Studium Generale I 2   2.5 WP I.
B37 Studium Generale II   2 2.5 WP I.
             
  Elective modules          
WP03 Integrated product development   4th 5 WP VIII
WP04 Computer-aided production   4th 5 WP VIII
WP05 Controlling: specialization   4th 5 WP I.
WP06 Business application systems   4th 5 WP I

7th semester

module Module name SU SWS Ü SWS Cr P / WP FB
B38 Practical phase   1 15th P. I.
B39 final exam       P. I.
B39.1 bachelor thesis     12 P. I.
B39.2 Oral exam     3rd P. I.

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • University entrance qualification, subject-specific or general university entrance qualification or a legally stipulated university entrance qualification (e.g. §11 BerlHG)
  • Subject-specific practical training is recommended. The recommendation includes either a completed specialist vocational training or a pre-study internship, which ideally consists of a technical and a business part.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Business, industry and administration demand interdisciplinary trained engineers who can solve complex tasks in an interdisciplinary manner and can also be deployed internationally. The industrial engineering / mechanical engineering course at Beuth University meets these requirements as well as the challenges and dynamic changes in the job market and the globalization of society and the economy.

Due to the varied course content, the graduates are preferably employed as generalists in areas in which business and technical competencies overlap.

  • Most industrial engineers work in industry in the areas of purchasing, materials management, logistics, sales and marketing, in controlling as well as in manufacturing, production and company management.
  • There are also diverse work opportunities in the retail sector, for example by working in market research or developing demand-oriented product programs.
  • In service companies find business engineers and industrial engineers are also good employment opportunities. These include, for example, logistics service providers, management consultancies, professional associations and technical monitoring associations.

 

 

 

 


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