Smart solutions are in great demand everywhere to keep our world running smoothly. Whether we are talking about complex logistical systems or the challenges of raw material and energy management – these are all tasks performed by industrial engineers.
The course closes the gap between industry and technology and trains managers who consider structures and processes in their entirety and guide various operational forces towards common goals. Industrial engineers are able to develop technical strategies, assess their economic viability, implement them for the company in question and make realistic estimations of the impact of decisions made on the business, its staff and the environment.
The course provides the student with technical, corporate, social and economic expertise. Students can chose from the following specialist areas in the Bachelor’s degree programme:
Additional practical experience is gained through optional Industrial project work, which is carried out in student teams and in cooperation with companies and goes beyond the limits of the practical projects of other degree programmes in terms of duration and depth.
Thanks to their interdisciplinary academic training, graduates of this course are not restricted to working with a particular material or in a particular industry. They are very flexible when it comes to career choice, which makes them economic crisis-proof on the labour market. Graduates can find work in nearly all areas of industry and the public sector.