Information and Electrical Engineering, Master

The Master's programme in Information and Electrical Engineering at Wismar University is based on a corresponding or a comparable Bachelor's programme at a national or international University.

The Master's program is also divided into compulsory and elective modules. The standard period of study is three semesters and is divided into two pure theory semesters and one semester for the preparation of the Master's thesis. If possible, one semester should be spent at one of the foreign universities with which the University of Wismar has signed cooperation agreements.

Independent scientific work and research is becoming increasingly important in the Master's program. The education creates a good basis for management positions in the companies. This Master's program allows students to develop their own profile right from the start, depending on their personal interests and strengths. The fields of competence of communications engineering allows an early professional orientation.

A Master of Engineering (M. Eng.) degree is awarded. The Master's degree enables you to start your career in management positions, opens up access to higher service and entitles you to enter a PhD program.

Study Content

Semester 1
Semester 2
Telecommunications and Communications Engineering

Elective Modules

 

 

Semester 3

The third semester of the Master's programme is devoted solely to the Master's thesis.

Contact

Degree

Master of Engineering

Facts

Academic Degree

Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)

Faculty

Engineering

Campus / Distance learning

Studies on campus

Normal period

3 Semester

Start of studies

to winter and summer semester

Classroom Languages

english

Accreditation

This course has an accreditation

Conditions for admission

To be considered for admission to the Master’s programme in Information and Electrical Engineering, a candidate must submit proof of the following qualifications:

  • academic degree (Bachelor, Master, Diploma) in a related field of study obtained from a national or international university
  • first academic degree with at least 210 credit points (applicants with an academic degree totalling 180 credit points may obtain the residual 30 credit points by applying for an individual study plan which has to be confirmed by the examination board)
  • a sufficient and proven command of English (at least 70 points in the internet-based TOEFL test or the equivalent of 5.5 in the IETS)