Students looking for a Master’s degree programme with fixed study plans will not find that in Applied Research & Development. This Master’s course offers creative students with a weakness for scientific work the chance to tailor their studies wholly in accordance with their own specialist interests. Students are largely able to put together their own curriculum from the broad range of subjects offered by the Faculty of Engineering and therefore decide their own individual specialisms.
The new Master’s degree programme offers specialist engineering training at a high level. However, it also focuses on personal and methodological skills that go beyond pure academic expertise. The Applied Research & Development course builds especially strong links between theory and practice and allows students to use the knowledge they have acquired in various scientific projects with partners in industry.
Students can put together their own curriculum according to their interests and chosen specialism from required elective modules worth a total of 36 CP. Half of the credit points must be obtained from specialist modules.
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Graduates of this Master’s degree programme score points with future employers through their ability to carry out independent scientific work and their experience of research and development projects. For this reason they have outstanding career prospects.