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Engineering and Management - Production Engineering


In front of a backdrop of intensified international cooperation, the processing of tasks at the interfaces between engineering, ecology and business is becoming ever more complex. This increasingly calls for the integration of technical and economic mind-sets and trained capacity for action. The global struggle surrounding the availability of production resources and the boost to global cooperation between enterprises provided by telecommunication networks increasingly impacts on all branches of production. New forms – often only temporary – of intra- and inter-organizational cooperation are required. This is where the interdisciplinary master’s study program Engineering and Management comes to the fore.

The Master's degree in Engineering and Management Production Technology is offered in cooperation with the Departments of Production Engineering (FB4) and Economics (FB7) and offers the combination of elements from the classical subjects of Business Administration and Mechanical Engineering (Production Technology).

Based on a bachelor's degree in Engineering and Management(mechanical engineering / production technology), the accredited master's program provides in-depth knowledge of both business administration and mechanical engineering and allows intensive consideration of one of the two main topics "logistics and production management" and "system development and innovation management" from both perspectives. An independent role is played by the "industrial internship" and the module area of ​​the "methods", through which the professional ability is promoted by means of practical experiences and the acquisition of interdisciplinary and supplementary knowledge. Students should be taught integrative knowledge in the degree program Engineering and Management and support the development of integrative and interdisciplinary skills.

The study program Engineering and Management at the University of Bremen differs from many other programs offered by German universities in the area of management and engineering in that management and engineering contents are awarded equal status. The program is run jointly be the Faculty of Business Studies and Economics since winter semester 2009/2010.

Application Deadlines
Winter Semester: 15th of July
Summer semester: 15th of January

Requirements
  • First professional degree in Business Engineering or a recognized course of study equivalent to at least 180 credit points according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) or equivalent (at least 40 CP in business administration and 40 CP in relevant engineering subjects)
  • 9 CP in Statistics
  • Knowledge of English at level B2 of the European Framework of Reference for Languages ​​
  • German language skills that meet the general requirements of the University of Bremen regarding German language skills as amended (currently C1)
  • A letter of motivation that explains the special interest in the field of Engineering and Management


  • The course is offered in German only.

    Study schedule:

    The 4-semester master’s program in Engineering and Management is conceived as a full major involving the award of 120 CP (approx. 30 per semester).

    The study program is structured as follows:

      Compulsory courses (78 CP):
    • - Modules area “Business Studies�? (12 CP)
    • - Modules area “Production Engineering�? (12 CP)
    • - Modules area “Methods�? (12 CP)
    • - Modules area “Industrial placement�? (12 CP)
    • - Master’s thesis with viva (30 CP)
      Compulsory courses (42 CP):
    • - Modules area addition of special branch of science (6 CP)
    • - Modules area project (12 CP)
    • - Modules area scientific field of Specializations (24 CP)

    Specializations/ specialist fields: System development and innovation management, logistics and Production management

    Modules Guide for the Master’s Program Engineering and Management
    Modulhandbuch_MA_WING.pdf

    Subject-related section of the master’s examination regulations
    Prüfungsordnung_MA_WING.pdf
    Prüfungsordnung_MA_WING_Anhang.pdf

    Admission requirements
    Aufnahmeordnung_MA_WING.pdf

    Placement
    Praktikumsrichtlinien_MA_WING.pdf

    Information on undertaking external theses
    Abschlussarbeiten im FB 04

    NEW: archived diploma regulations
    Joint committee

    Chairperson / Program Leader:
    Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Hans-Dietrich Haasis (FB 07)
    Phone: +49 (0)421 218-66760
    E-Mail: haasis@uni-bremen.de

    Program advisors

    Svenja Schell

    Phone: +49 (0)421 218-64998 (Please only contact us by email temporarily!)
    FZB, Raum 2230
    Office hours: by appointment (please inquire by email)
    stfb.wing@uni-bremen.de
    (Members of the University of Bremen can also contact me as follows: Studienfachberatung_WiSe20_21.pdf)

    Office

    Rabea Blanck
    Phone: +49 (0)421-218-64992
    Requirements
  • First professional degree in Business Engineering or a recognized course of study equivalent to at least 180 credit points according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) or equivalent (at least 40 CP in business administration and 40 CP in relevant engineering subjects)
  • 9 CP in Statistics
  • Knowledge of English at level B2 of the European Framework of Reference for Languages ​​
  • German language skills that meet the general requirements of the University of Bremen regarding German language skills as amended (currently C1)
  • A letter of motivation that explains the special interest in the field of Engineering and Management


  • Applications via: https://www.uni-bremen.de/master.html

    Closing date for applications from incoming students in summer semester is January 15, and for winter semester July 15
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