Course content and objectives
Graduates of a first engineering degree program are trained by Anhalt University of Applied Sciences to take on senior and management positions or for more scientifically-focused positions under consideration of the experience they have already gained from previous professional activity. The career-integrated master’s program goes into more depth in the computer aided technical disciplines, production and process-oriented topics, and business methods. These new skills, together with the contacts made during the on-site phases, are to contribute to analyzing technical and business processes more quickly and developing solutions. After graduation, there are excellent career prospects in research and development divisions, in (production) predevelopment, in technological staff departments, in liaison functions between development and production, or in technology consulting.
- An admission requirement is a qualified university degree in a bachelor’s or Diplom program in Mechanical Engineering (or comparable degree programs) with a standard period of study of at least six semesters.
- An additional requirement is qualified professional experience related to that, typically lasting at least one year. Particular importance is placed on the applicants already having had positions of engineering responsibility in a company or service area and having worked on tasks and projects independently.