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Shape the digital and robotized world.

Do you like to break new ground and use digital and automated approaches? Would you like to study the latest developments in science and technology? 

The Digitization and Automation course is aimed at graduates in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science and industrial engineering. In the field of robotics, programming and technology, you will be introduced to new developments and forward-looking topics. The special features of the newly created curriculum are the advanced study content and the varied courses, such as interactive lectures and practical experiments.

The future of Master’s graduates is the digital, computerized and robotized world. You will develop a comprehensive understanding of digitization and automation and your studies will prepare you as well as possible for applying your knowledge in these areas.

– Program language: English – 

Your Benefits

  • Interdisciplinary study programme that includes engineering, data processing and management
  • Putting theory into practice through numerous projects and case studies
  • Completely in English and according to the latest industry requirements
  • Up-to-date content provided by professors with practical experience
  • Selected management content in the study programme
  • Individual support in small learning groups

All Facts about the Course

Studies

▶ Master of Science 120 ECTS
▶ Scholarships Available

Entry requirement

▶ University degree in engineering, or scientific or a comparable subject.
▶ No IELTS Required

Length of study

▶ 4 semesters

Tuition fee

▶5400 Euros per semester
▶1000 Euros exam fee (one-time)
▶940 Euros enrolment & administration fee (one-time)

Place of study

▶ Stade (Hamburg)

Start of studies

▶ October every year

study content

Whether practical projects, varied focal points or exciting modules – during your studies you will be comprehensively trained for your career. See what content is waiting for you here. You can find the course content in detail in our information material.

Summary

Advanced mathematics and technical mechanics

higher mathematics

Higher Technical Mechanics

 

In-depth project management

Agile project management

Digital factory planning

 

big data

machine learning

OLAP and data mining

 

Innovation and digital transformation

Digital business models

Innovation and start-up management

 

law and ethics

ethics in engineering

Patent law and innovation protection

 

Sustainable Development / Circular Economy

Sustainable structural design

circular economy

Sensor technology and applications

Measurement and Control Technology

sensor technology

 

automation

programmable logic controllers

Actuators and sensors in automation and robotics

 

Information technology and cyber security

hazards and security measures

Data, information and knowledge technologies

 

digital technologies

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

Applied Simulation / Virtual, Augmented, Mixed Reality

 

Management Accounting

Internal accounting and controlling

finance and risk management

 

Change management and leadership

change management

leadership

Quality Assurance and Control

Quality Techniques and Procedures

Non-destructive testing (NDT)

 

robotics

Applied Robotics

Applied control of dynamic systems

 

Digital image processing

digital signal processing

Digital image transformation

 

laboratory automation

laboratory automation

 

Project / practice module

research methods

internship

Practice project

Master’s thesis
Master’s thesis and disputation

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