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Hochschule Stralsund – University of Applied Sciences B.Eng. Industrial Engineering, International
Hochschule Stralsund – University of Applied Sciences

B.Eng. Industrial Engineering, International

Stralsund, Germany

8 Semesters

German

Full time

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Sep 2024

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Introduction

Today the Baltic Sea, tomorrow the whole world! No problem with the international industrial engineering department in Stralsund. Because the course also brings together the best of both worlds - business and technology - and prepares you ideally for management positions in Germany and abroad through additional intercultural experience. And at Stralsund University of Applied Sciences you not only learn everything you need for your career. Located right by the sea, there is no shortage of fun!

overview

  • Degree program - International Industrial Engineering Bachelor (WIIB)
  • Faculty - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
  • Start of studies - winter semester
  • Approval - no approval
  • Length of study - 8 semesters
  • Credit points - 240 ECTS
  • Degree - Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) or on application Diplom-Wirtschaftsingenieur (FH)
  • Lecture language - German (partly English)

requirements

  • General higher education entrance qualification (Abitur) or
  • Technical college entrance qualification or
  • Master's degree or an equivalent professional training or technical school examination (more information from the General Student Advisory Service) or
  • entrance exam

Summary

International Industrial Engineering is a modification of the Industrial Engineering course, with the focus on internationalization. In the first semesters, you will learn the basics of technology, economics and computer science. From the fourth semester, foreign language skills (usually English) are deepened and you train important soft skills. From the fifth and sixth semester, more than half of the courses are organized in elective modules. Here you can set your own individual priorities for your training.

Then it goes far away! You will spend another two semesters abroad in a foreign language. The seventh semester is reserved for additional courses of your choice at a foreign partner university. You then complete an internship in the same country in the eighth semester.

The course ends with the bachelor thesis. With the expansion of the foreign language course and the inclusion of international and comparative cultural aspects in the course, you will receive very good preparation for management work on the international job market.

goals and career prospects

The training objective of the practice-oriented course, which is based on scientific principles, is to enable you to enter an international professional environment immediately after completing your studies. Industrial engineering has always combined hybrid knowledge from technical and economic training and thus enables industry and the service sector to have direct access to well-founded cross-departmental qualifications. In addition, the engineers in this course are characterized by the language and intercultural skills they have acquired abroad.

Program structure

  • Mathematics I
  • physics and chemistry
  • Informatics I
  • Engineering Mechanics I
  • Machine Elements I
  • Economics
  • accountancy
  • CAD
  • mathematics II
  • Informatics II
  • Materials engineering
  • Technical Mechanics II
  • Machine elements II
  • Economics
  • accountancy
  • Business Administration I
  • Financial Mathematics/ Statistics
  • Materials engineering
  • Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics
  • Fundamentals of electrical engineering
  • production technology
  • Business Administration II
  • Corporate / HR Management
  • Business law
  • measuring technology
  • production technology
  • Business law
  • marketing
  • Controlling
  • materials management and logistics
  • Methodological and social skills with an internal connection
  • Foreign language for business and technology I
  • Control systems
  • Controlling
  • Corporate Taxation
  • Foreign language for business and technology II
  • Elective subject 1
  • Elective subject 2
  • Elective subject 3
  • Elective subject 4
  • Foreign language for business and technology II
  • project management
  • Project work with an international focus
  • Intercultural Management / Marketing
  • Production Planning and Control
  • Elective subject 5
  • Elective subject 6
  • Elective subject 7
  • Semester abroad at the partner university
  • practical phase
  • Bachelor thesis and Bachelor colloquium

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