About the degree programme
Modern interior engineering combines design and functionality. In doing so, it uses a wide range of materials, including wood as a local renewable raw material, which is a key focus area at Rosenheim Technical University of Applied Sciences.
The Rosenheim degree programme in Interior Engineering closes a gap in the educational structure by combining interior architecture and civil engineering and is unique in the German-speaking world. The course offers promising career prospects through its combination of business administration, production engineering and construction qualifications, as well as its close links with regional companies.
After basic training in engineering and design, students on the Interior Engineering degree programme learn a combination of skills in construction, production engineering and business administration.
Great emphasis is placed on innovation and practical teaching here.
The following contents form the focus areas of the course:
- Materials and construction
- Building physics and building technology
- Production technology including CAD/CAM
- Business administration, organisation and building law
- Product design and marketing
- Information and communications technology
The multi-faceted training with its practical focus qualifies graduates for various roles. Employment in product design, the development of functional constructions, and the planning, implementation and marketing of production processes are just some of the many possible careers.
Rosenheim Technical University of Applied Sciences influences the construction industry around the globe and offers its students innovative career prospects and an international network.
Its generalist, innovative training provides the basis for its students to take on future management positions or take over in business succession.
Typical careers and areas of work are:
- Project leader for projects in interior engineering, consulting, trading and supplier companies
- Lead engineer for planning, calculation, technical task processing, construction, development
- Lead engineer for production, assembly, construction site management
- Lead engineer for technical sales in trading and supplier companies
- Planning, consulting engineer in planning and engineering offices for interior engineering planning, building physics, technical building services
- Self-employed engineer providing consulting, project planning and specialist services
- Public-sector work related to building technology
- Contractor, managing director of own company
Application and admission
- Course starts: each winter semester
- Application period: from 1 May to 15 July
- Via the application portal
- Application letter required
- Abitur (equivalent to A-levels) grade should be higher than 3.5 (exceptions are possible)
- Relevant vocational training or other practical vocational work