Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (M.Sc.)
What degree programme is on offer?
The Master’s degree programme is the second stage of the two-tier Bachelor’s/Master’s system. The M.Sc. (etit) follows on directly from the B.Sc. (etit) and takes four semesters. It leads to a Master of Science degree which is equivalent to the traditional title of “Diplom-Ingenieur”.
The research-related Master’s programme will extend your knowledge of the focus area you chose in your Bachelor’s programme. Application-oriented contents will constitute a core feature. By integrating students in ongoing research the programme’s emphasis on practical applications is increased. The following focus areas are available:
- Automation Systems
- Computer-Aided Electrodynamics
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical Power Engineering
- Communication and Sensor Networks
- Sensors, Actuators and Electronics (new specialisation)
so far: Integrated Micro and Nano Technologies
so far: Micro and Precision Engineering
In addition to purely subject-specific contents, the programme also encompasses a comprehensive range of elective, trans-disciplinary courses in Engineering and the Natural Sciences as well as non-technical and non-scientific subjects.
etit Master’s graduates have excellent future prospects, whether they aim to assume highly skilled positions in industry, or to develop their emphasis on research by pursuing a doctorate.
An M.Sc. from TU Darmstadt qualifies you unconditionally to embark on doctoral studies.
Who can take the degree programme?
You are eligible to take an M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology if you have completed a B.Sc. etit at TU Darmstadt or gained an equivalent, research-related Bachelor’s degree Electrical Engineering and Information Technology from another university.
When does the degree programme begin?
The degree programme begins every winter and summer semester. In Germany, the winter semester starts on 1 October and the summer semester on 1 April of each year. Lectures usually begin two or three weeks later. Visit current semester dates for the exact lecture start date..
To help you meet the challenges of your new course, the etit Department runs a freshers’ event (Orientierungsveranstaltung) for new Masters’ students.