Schedule of Studies M.Sc. etit
The four-semester Master’s programme in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology consists of compulsory core courses, compulsory elective courses and elective courses as well as the Master’s thesis. In the etit Master’s programme, you will enhance your expertise and your application-related skills in one core area of your choice. The programme is divided into five component parts:
- In the compulsory core subjects, you learn the basic principles of your chosen focus area.
- In the compulsory elective subjects of your focus area, you specialise within your chosen focus area.
- In the trans-disciplinary electives subjects (Engineering and Natural Sciences), you can choose courses in any Engineering and Natural Science department at TU Darmstadt.
- In the trans-disciplinary electives subjects (Society, Language and the Environment), you can choose courses from any department at TU Darmstadt with the exception of Technology and the Natural Sciences.
- You will write your Master’s thesis in the fourth semester at the end of your programme. You will work independently on a scientific project under the supervision of one of our professors.
Planning your studies
At the beginning of the etit Master’s programme, students don't need to have their study plan initialed. However, when applying for a special permit at the Examinations Board, students are required to draw up a study plan and have it initialed by the professor assigned as mentor. (See list below)
At the beginning of the etit Master’s programme, every student must draw up a study plan and have it initialed by the professor assigned as mentor. Please contact your professor’s office to make an appointment.
|Automation Systems||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Adamy|
|Computer-Aided Electrodynamics||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Herbert De Gersem|
|Computer Engineering||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Hofmann|
|Electrical Power Engineering||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jutta Hanson|
|Integrated Micro and Nano Technologies||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Hofmann|
|Micro and Precision Engineering||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Roland Werthschützky|
|Telecommunications and Communications Engineering||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marius Pesavento|