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Fachhochschule Dortmund

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Embedded Systems Engineering

Fast facts

  • Academic degree

    Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)

  • Standard program duration

    4 Semesters

  • Social contribution

    €315.38

  • Language of instruction

    English

  • Admission

    Unrestricted with pre-check

  • Start of studies

    Winter

  • Application EU citizen

    Winter semester: Mid May to 31 July

  • Application non-EU citizen

    Winter semester: 1 April to 15 July

What is it about?

Embedded Systems Engeneering deals with problems like...

  • how to model control systems for mechatronic systems
  • how to implement algorithms for distributed embedded systems
  • how to evaluate and use tools for embedded software engineering
  • how to lead cross-domain designs of mechatronic systems

Embedded Systems Engeneering is unique since...

this program provides skills to work in cross-domain projects within international teams. A major focus is put on the understanding of the complete systems engineering design flow.

The curriculum offers specialization in:

  • automotive systems
  • computer vision
  • microelectronics and hardware engineering
  • formal methods and software architectures

Who is it for?

Applicants for this study programs should provide:

a background in computer science and electrical engineering as well as English language proficiency.

…like to:

solve technical problems, work internationally and communicate interdisciplinary.

…be able to:

handle advanced topics in Embedded Systems as well as living abroad in Germany.

Graduates of this Master's program find their job opportunities in:

  • the automotive industry
  • industrial automation
  • medical technology
  • research institutes

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Notes and references

Photo credits

  • © andreas.ludsteck 2012

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