The three-semester Master's program in mechanical engineering is aimed at graduates who already have a first degree (Bachelor's or diploma) in a technical field of study and is divided into the specializations Simulation Technology and Power Engineering.
The program consists of a common basic semester with the modules: Mathematics/Numerics/Matlab, Experimental Engineering/Validation, Advanced Methods in Energy Engineering, Simulation and Optimization, and an elective module.
In the second semester, a distinction is made between the two specializations. For Simulation Technology, you take the compulsory modules FEM, CFD, MKS as well as two elective modules. For Energy Technology, you take the compulsory modules Selected Renewable Energy Systems, Power Plant Technology as well as three elective modules.
The Master's thesis is written in the 3rd semester.