Overview

Whether smartphones, electric cars, sustainable energy supply systems or innovative medical devices - electrical engineering and information technology engineers are helping to develop the future . Electrical engineering is the backbone of our modern world: a modern society is no longer conceivable without electricity, information technology and sensor technology . A comparison makes the importance of electrical engineering clear: Electricity is as important as blood or the blood circulation for us humans. Information technology, on the other hand, is as important as the brain and the nervous system. The course is broadly based and provides a foundation of methodological and technical knowledge. In the later semesters , students votea professional focus 

 

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The first four semesters

In the first four semesters, also known as the basic course , you need to build a  foundation of methodological and technical knowledge . The basic course is therefore largely uniform for all students - it is essentially a matter of compulsory modules .

These compulsory modules include three modules on advanced mathematics, a module on experimental physics and the basics of programming and software systems. The other compulsory modules cover the spectrum of electrical engineering and information technology taught in Stuttgart. Practice -oriented components are already integrated into the compulsory modules in the first semester : You take the programming internship , in which you learn to program with C and C ++. Accompanying the lecture “Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering”, you will complete the “Basic Practical Course”, a series of experiments in which, for example, you will practice the use of measuring devices, set up and solder a circuit. In the fourth semester you  choose yoursprofessional focus . You will also complete a first so-called “ specialist internship ”, in which you will independently carry out a small project at the institute of your choice. 

The specialist course

Semesters five and six are also referred to as "subject studies" because students specialize further in these semesters. The priorities from which one must be chosen are: 

  • Electric power systems
  • Automation and control technology
  • Communication systems and signal processing
  • Technical computer Science
  • Micro- and optoelectronics
  • Electromobility
  • Sensor systems

 

CAREER PROSPECTS

Graduates in electrical engineering and information technology currently have very good employment opportunities in many different industries : These include the automotive industry, information technology, the energy industry, medical technology, but also management consultancies, patent attorneys and the public service. 


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