TU Berlin: M.Sc. Physical Engineering
Standard length of study: 4 semesters
The master's programme of Physical Engineering prepares you for a career in research and development departments of companies and other entities due to the mathematical and physical orientation of the programme. The strong emphasis on the mathematical and physical principles and the application of analytical, numerical and experimental methods to concrete, practice-oriented engineering tasks enable you to flexibly adapt to new problems and to look at them in a holistic way. In various study projects, you will apply the theoretical methods in practice.
Team-oriented and interdisciplinary work has a high priority during the course of study. Additionally, you can freely choose from a large number of modules and boost your personal training profile in particular by the choice of two topics.
You can choose from the following topics:
- Numeric and Simulation
- Fluid Mechanics
- Solid Mechanics
- Technical Acoustics
Due to the combination of basic knowledge, methods, skills and interdisciplinary work, graduates are perfectly prepared for the demands in research and development. The application areas include all industries where innovative ideas and the latest scientific insights are obtained and translated into products and services that include:
- Students in the 3D-lab;
Foto: TU Berlin/Ulrich Dahl
- Vehicle Technology
- Air and Space Technology
- Environmental Technology
- Maritime Systems
- Machinery and Equipment
- Energy Management
- Process Engineering
- Biotechnology and Medical Engineering
- Micro- and Precision Engineering
The master's programme lasts four semesters and is divided into modules. In addition to the scientific modules which are split into several core and supplementary areas, the study includes a project, elective modules and the master's thesis.
Candidates must hold a Bachelor of Science in Physical Engineering or in other related engineering fields.
This master's degree can be studied as a double degree. The TU Berlin offers a dual degree in this subject both with the University of Tomsk, Russia (for more information click here [German only]), as well as the "East China University of Science and Technology ". This requires sufficient English and/or Russian language skills.
Further information can be found here on the website of TU Berlin [German only].