Program Overview

During the first semester you have to choose one of these majors:

  • automation
  • communication
  • microelectronics
  • power

The table gives an overview of the modules which are common to all students. Please follow the links for the detailed tables of the majors.

The elective modules you may choose from any major. Ecluded are those modules, which are compulsory within your own major. 

Number of CPs (credit points) represents study work load. Regular yearly load is 60 CP.

Sem.

ModuleCourse1 2 34

M01

System Design

(compulsory)

7,5

CP

Advanced Programming Techniques and Engineering Processes4V

System Design Lab1L

M02

Technical Project

(compulsory)

7,5

CP

Project Management and Management Processes2V

Team Project 1Pro

Major-compulsory modules15

CP

15

CP

MA

Automation modules

MC

Communication modules

MM

Microelectronics modules

ME

Power modules

elective modules from all majorschoose an elective module from your own or any module from the other majors7,5

CP

7,5

CP

M03

(IMSE students only)

Internship / Industrial Placement

(compulsary)

30

CP

German class2,5

CP

2,5

CP

Preliminary seminar

Practical Part25

CP

M04

Master Thesis

(compulsory)

30 CP

30

CP

30

CP

30

CP

30

CP

Contact

Heike Appel
Birkenweg 8
64295 Darmstadt
D16, 408
+49.6151.16-37927
+49.6151.16-38930
Heike Appel
Prof. Dr. Peter Fromm
Birkenweg 8
64295 Darmstadt
D16, 309
+49.6151.16-38237
+49.6151.16-38930
Peter Fromm
Prof. Dr. Stephan Bannwarth
Birkenweg 8
64295 Darmstadt
D16, 210
+49.6151.16-30033
+49.6161.16-38931
Stephan Bannwarth

Module content

For an overview of the module content, please check the module table. For a more detailled description of the module content, please check the module description.

The table showes the modules including information about the lessons (inclusive links to the working materials if available) and their type, the modules schedule and workload.

 

CP - Credit Points (workload)

V - Lecture

L - Lab

Pro - Project

The duration of the lessons is measured in semester periods per week  (SWS) , e.g. 1V means 1 SWS which is 45 minutes per week for at least 18 weeks per semester.