Learn to develop potentials
Mechanical engineering is a classical engineering discipline and thus one of the key technologies of our modern industrial society.
You also can play your part in developing new consumer goods. The programme offers a broad range of training opportunities and thus prepares you for the challenges of life-long learning. You will acquire theoretical knowledge in small study groups and do lots of laboratory, project and group work to link this theory with practical experience. As an engineer, you will have no difficulty passing on the knowledge you have acquired yourself and presenting theoretical knowledge so it can be understood on the practical level: modules on the theory of education in professional training prepare you for your first practical placements at vocational colleges.
Continuing education after the bachelor
The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Education not only provides you with the basis for launching your career in classical engineering but also offers a broad spectrum of career opportunities in advanced and further training.
Your Bachelor’s degree entitles you to continue your studies with a Master programme in engineering or education theory. Would you like to be involved in the development of goods and production processes? Or do you see yourself more as a teacher, who stimulates and supervises the learning processes? You can pursue either of these career paths with the Bachelor of Engineering Education: Mechanical Engineering - Automation Engineering.
Would you like to pass on your passion for engineering? Further information on training to teach at vocational colleges can be found at #LIEBERLEHRAMT.
Degree programme leaflet
Engineering Education Mechanical Engineering -Automation Engineering MAP (B.Sc.)