You can start the master’s degree in aerospace engineering every semester. After deepening the basics from the bachelor's degree, you can choose two specializations from a wide range.
In order to enable flexible use in demanding task fields, the students also take additional modules. The in-depth training not only qualifies you for employment in the aerospace industry, but also offers the best conditions for a successful career in a variety of technology areas.
Admission to the M.Sc. requires the "professional suitability" for the course. This exists if:
a) a B.Sc. degree in aerospace engineering or a closely related course at a German university, university of applied sciences, cooperative university or vocational academy, or an equivalent degree from a foreign university and
b) competencies / Knowledge has been acquired to a sufficient extent (basis for comparison: module catalog B.Sc. aerospace technology).
You can find complete information about the admission procedure and the criteria for determining professional suitability in the admission regulations
The master’s degree comprises 120 credit points (ECTS credits), which are completed in a standard period of four semesters. The credit points are divided into in-depth modules (24 ECTS credits), specialization modules (48 ECTS credits), supplementary modules (18 ECTS credits) and the master’s thesis (30 ECTS credits).
From a range of six specialization modules, four are compulsory for students in the master’s course. The specialization modules are taken from two specializations with 24 ECTS credits each. In addition to the specialization modules, additional modules are chosen. This includes the modules of the specialization part that go beyond the required 24 ECTS credits and all specializations, if these have not already been completed as part of the specialization. Within the supplementary part, six ECTS credits can optionally be taken for key qualifications related to the subject.
In the advanced modules, the basics from the bachelor's degree are deepened and supplemented. A wide range of specialization modules allows a multitude of possible combinations. By means of which an individual training is realized that takes the personal interests of the students into account. The preparation of the master's thesis promotes the independent development of scientific topics, the application of scientific methods of aerospace technology and their further development in selected areas.
The exact module explanations can be found in the module manuals. Here the individual modules are described with the associated courses, the content and the examinations.
Engineer in the field of research, development, construction, system integration, production, quality assurance, project management, technology management, maintenance, logistics, approval, training, etc. in companies and public institutions within and outside the aerospace industry.
Further job descriptions and job information can be found in the BERUFENET database of the Federal Employment Agency:
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