Bachelor in Systems Engineering

Forward-thinking engineers need to master the complexity of modern technology and keep pace with rapidly changing technological developments. Appropriate skills are necessary to develop modern production concepts such as “Industry 4.0”.

For this reason, it is important for students to be taught a number of engineering subjects as part of their basic engineering education. It is also essential for them to gain a holistic understanding of engineering.

This is where traditional courses that focus on individual engineering disciplines frequently fall short and are often not sufficiently able to meet the requirements of lifelong employability. The Bachelor in Systems Engineering offers training that is relevant in practice, preparing students for challenging tasks in the planning, development, production, operation and optimisation of technical equipment and systems. Key elements throughout the degree course are an emphasis on integrated thinking and training of the students’ ability to rapidly come up to speed in new areas of application.