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Master’s Degree Programme in Management and Engineering

Holding all the strings

A comprehensive profile is what is needed to cope with all the technical, economic and social connections in our business world. The aim of the Master's programme in Management and Engineering is to train students in interdisciplinary and intercultural leadership and management skills in a technical and business management environment. The focus is equally on teaching technical, methodological and social skills.

Making decisions and developing and implementing strategic paths - this is what students in the Master's programme in Management and Engineering learn on the basis of business management and technical means and methods. The Master's programme enables students to apply the technical, economic and social skills they have acquired in an intercultural and international environment. They are thus in a position to respond appropriately to global challenges and contribute significant added value on an economic and social level.

  • Final qualification: Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)
  • Duration: 3 semesters
  • Dual education: academic studies with “advanced work experience” is possible

Course content

This Master’s Degree Programme offers a broad range of educational content. It is divided into

  • five module groups (Technology, Business Administration, Integrative Subjects, Advanced Specialist Areas and Foreign Languages)
  • and work experience (Master Case Study and Master Thesis).

There are a number of modules to choose from in each module group so students can draw up individual study plans. Mentor professors provide the students with individual support and supervision in their choice of subjects and curriculum throughout their studies.

The master's programme is mainly taught in German language and sufficient knowledge of German (German exam level C1 or better) is a prerequisite to attend the program.

> Link to course content and structure (in German)

> Link to mentoring model (in German)

Career opportunities

Due to the technical, economic and social skills gained in the Master's programme, graduates have access to a broad spectrum of interesting and promising fields of activity.

Application and admission

  • Course starts: each summer and winter semester
  • Application period: from 15 December to 15 January for the summer semester and from 1 May to 15 July for the winter semester
  • Application form: online at www.th-rosenheim.de
  • Admission requirements are a degree in Management and Engineering or a related subject. The master's programme is mainly taught in German language and sufficient knowledge of German (German exam level C1 or better) is a prerequisite to attend the program.
  • Other admission requirements can be found here:
    Link to Management and Engineering (M.Eng.) course structure (in German)
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