The M.Sc. in Construction Management and Real Estate Management teaches a holistic and interdisciplinary understanding of the economic, legal, technical and ecological principles of the construction and real estate sector. Students additionally gain a deeper insight into the particularities of a construction project from start to finish, i.e., in terms of structural and process engineering as well as workflow. The M.Sc. can lead to a further academic qualification in teaching and research by attaining a doctoral degree and represents an excellent professional qualification for work in construction and real estate management.
to the degree program Real Estate and Construction Management (Master of Science (M.Sc.))
Das Masterstudium Bioingenieurwesen ist forschungsorientiert. Die Absolvent*innen kennen und beherrschen moderne Technologien und Methoden des Bioingenieurwesens und können diese auf Anforderungen der industriellen Praxis anwenden.
to the degree program Biochemical Engineering (Master of Science (M.Sc.))
Mechanical engineering makes a crucial contribution to our society's state of technical development. The production of all industrial and consumer goods depends on the work of mechanical engineers. Both the design of machines and plants and the development of new manufacturing processes require not only special technical expertise, but also well grounded knowledge in mathematics, physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, computer science, and business economics.
to the degree program Mechanical Engineering (Master of Science (M.Sc.))
Logistics ensures that companies and entire economies can control incoming and outgoing flows of material, information, energy, and even people. From procurement to production, distribution, and disposal, it cuts across all functional areas along the supply chain. Next to technology and business management, the most important tools are IT systems, teamwork, and leadership skills.
The Master's program in Industrial Engineering deepens the knowledge gained through Bachelor's studies in the fields of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and economics and at the same time, through its scientific focus, prepares the graduate to pursue a doctoral degree.
to the degree program Industrial Engineering (Master of Science (M.Sc.))
Continuing advances in automation and control technology make it a key enabler for ever more application areas in nearly all aspects of daily life. The Master's degree program in Automation and Robotics provides the necessary fundamentals for a professional career in the information age fields of automation, control, and robotics.
to the degree program Automation and Robotics (Master of Science (M.Sc.))
Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
Master of Science (M.Sc.) /
In the dynamic field of electrical engineering and information technology, this Master's degree program offers ideal preparation for employment in industry and research. Building on a broad education in the fundamentals, the students gain both comprehensive knowledge and the most up-to-date expertise. In addition, they learn skills and methods that enable them to carry out and evaluate engineering activities in a responsible manner and also equip them for the possibility of subsequently pursuing a doctoral degree in this field.
to the degree program Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Master of Science (M.Sc.))
- The master's degree is the second qualifying university degree. As a rule, a bachelor's degree has already been successfully completed in advance.
- The standard period of study in the Master's program is at least one and at most two years.
- Depending on the course of study, TU Dortmund University awards the degrees Master of Science (M.Sc.) and Master of Arts (M.A.).
- Within the scope of the 1-subject Master's degree, you will study one course of study.
- The Master's degree enables you to pursue a doctorate.