Design and Development in Automotive and Mechanical Engineering (M. Eng.)

Build your networked knowledge in engineering design and development

The Esslingen M.Eng. in Design and Development in Automotive and Mechanical Engineering (DDM) is focused on the design and development of complex engineering systems. In order to work in modern simultaneous engineering, graduates need specialized knowledge and the ability to work in interdisciplinary and international teams.

DDM students gain core competence in problem-solving know-how, based on networked knowledge in design, development, simulation and production technology. Strong focus is placed on the ability to communicate confidently in the international environment of modern industry.

The aim of this course is to prepare students for a challenging job in the core areas of design and development within the globalized mechanical engineering and automotive engineering industry. Graduates of the DDM program usually continue to a career in the following areas: the automotive industry and its component suppliers, the mechanical engineering industry, the process engineering industry and engineering consultancy.

Find out more about this program on the faculty pages - how to apply and what conditions you need.

 

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Daten und Fakten - Auf einen Blick

Akademischer GradMaster of Engineering (M.Eng.)
FakultätGraduate School
Dauer in Semestern3
Spracheenglisch
1. Semester

Numerical Methods in CAE
4 ECTS

Design and Development 1
6 ECTS

Advanced Strength of Materials
6 ECTS

Vibration and Acoustics 1
4 ECTS

Integrity of Structures
6 ECTS

Dynamics
4 ECTS

Design for Manufacturing
8 ECTS

2. Semester

Advanced Materials Technology
6 ECTS

Design and Development 2
4 ECTS

Vibration and Acoustics 2
4 ECTS

Project Work
8 ECTS

3. Semester

Master Thesis
30 ECTS


Studien- und Prüfungsordnungen (SPO)

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