Mechanics builds bridges between physics, mathematics and engineering. It is an area that plays an important role in current developments in a wide variety of scientific and technical areas. To name a few examples: crash behavior of motor vehicles, flying airplanes, space travel, skiing, behavior of modern implants in the human body, flow events (car body, weather), load-bearing behavior (houses, bridges, structures ...), different manufacturing processes, undesirable noise and Noise development, nanotechnology and much more
The Bachelor of Science Applied Mechanics course has an interdisciplinary structure and combines natural sciences, mathematics and engineering.
General note: With the Bachelor of Science, students obtain their first professional qualification. However, the Master of Science degree is the standard qualification at TU Darmstadt. We therefore recommend completing a master’s degree.
The basic but predominantly theoretical course prepares graduates of the B.Sc. Applied mechanics to work in industrial development departments and research institutions as well as scientists at universities or in research institutions. Broad and in-depth skills in many areas of mechanics, combined with in-depth mathematical knowledge, enable graduates to grasp new questions quickly and to further develop existing skills.
Depending on their respective focus and the specialization based on their focus of interest, graduates can work in certain areas of construction, mechanical engineering (especially the automotive industry, tire industry), materials science, the aerospace industry, environmental technology, biomechanics (joints, flowability, ... ) etc. work.
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