Master's studies in vocational supply technology encompasses:
The electives in this curriculum offer students the option of advancing their studies in supply and machine technology based on their interests. Examples of electives include: Fundamentals of Residential Management, Introduction to Optical Systems for Production, Water Supply, and Fundamentals of Machine and Structure Dynamics. Through these electives, students are able to bridge the gap between engineering fundamentals and applications in the career field.
With university studies preparing and accompanying them, students complete a practical semester at a school to apply their technical skills together with didactic skills during lessons. Graduates are able to develop and implement lesson strategies with the help of subject-didactic skills and to present them to third-parties. The Master's thesis serves as the conclusion to studies.
The Master of Education aims the professionalization of teachers for vocational schools. It qualifies an individual to enter teacher training for vocational schools. Students who study automotive and machine technology have good employment opportunities in public teaching service.
Teachers of supply technology at a vocational school may teach apprentices the following professions: plant mechanic for plumbing and heating; specialist for pipes, canals, and industry services; specialist for water supply engineering; plumber; and mechatronics technician for refrigeration technology.
Other fields of application include fulltime training courses and further training (technician, master) such as the grid technicians, solar engineers, water masters, and plumbing masters.
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