B.Ed.

Bachelor of Education – Vocational Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

The Bachelor of Education programme in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology takes six semesters. Apart from knowledge of the subject and the relevant didactics, it covers either educational science and a school-based work placement, or a non-school-based work placement and social science. You will gain a qualification which will allow you to work in company-based vocational education schemes, in the field of vocational education science or on the open labour market.

The first point of contact for Bachelor of Education students at TU Darmstadt is the Centre for Teacher Training.


On this page you will find important information on planning and organising your studies in vocational Electrical Engineering and Information Technology.

 


Course programme: vocational etit


If you take vocational Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, you can choose between two electives: Information and Communication Technology or Energy and Automation. The curriculum and examination schedules are as follows:

Examination Regulations 2014

 

From winter semester 2014/2015 the re-accredited examination regulations are effective for all beginners. Here you find the new regulations.

Please note:

Students studying under the current effective regulation (PO 2005) will be switched automatically to the new examination regulation (2014) as of October 2015. It is possible to switch to the new examination regulation (PO 2014) beforehand or to remain in the current effective regulation (PO 2005) upon request. The request has to be submitted to the examination management office between October 2014 and September 2015. Please note also the table of transfer of credits.

Declaration to switch to PO 2014 or to remain in PO 2005


Curriculum and examination schedules as pdf-file

Curriculum and examination schedules as Excel-file

Information and Communication Technology

Information and Communication Technology

Energy and Automation

Energy and Automation


Moduldescriptions
  
 

Examination Regulations 20065


Curriculum and examination schedules as pdf-file

Curriculum and examination schedules as Excel-file

Information and Communication Technology

Information and Communication Technology

Energy and Automation

Energy and Automation


Moduldescriptions
  


Events for Freshers (Bachelor’s)


To help you master the first steps at university, the etit Department runs various events for freshers before and during the introductory phase of the degree programme.


Freshers’ Week (Orientierungswoche)

The week before lectures begin is Freshers’ Week, known as OWO (Orientierungswoche). During this week, we give you lots of important information about your degree programme. You will discover how the degree programme is structured and what is covered, be told about exam regulations, timetables and much, much more so that you are well prepared for the coming semester.

Participation in Freshers’ Week is mandatory.

Further information and current dates in TUCaN 18-de-1110-ov and 18-de-1110-vl


Preparatory Maths Course

About three weeks before lectures officially begin you can take part in a preparatory maths course. It is designed for freshers taking a B.Sc. (etit, iST and MEC) and aims to refresh your knowledge of maths.

Participation is voluntary, but registration is mandatory.

Turn to the staff at the Service Centre who will be pleased to help you with any organisational matters relating to the preparatory maths course.

Current Dates for the Preparatory Maths Course


Bachelor thesis


Information on organising your thesis


Regulations


Implementation Rules (AB) to the APB of TU Darmstadt (PO 2014)

Implementation Rules (AB) to the APB of TU Darmstadt (PO 2006)

General Examination Regulations (APB) of TU Darmstadt

N.B.: For the technical element of the programme, please use the current curriculum in the tables above.