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Career prospects Systems Engineering

Graduates of the Systems Engineering degree programme can analyse and model technical problems andf then develop, evaluate and implement solutions. They can understand and use new technology.

With a bachelor's in systems engineering, you will have the following specialist skills:

  • You will be proficient in analysing technical problems in the field of automation, modelling and simulating data and finding appropriate solutions based on this.
  • You will be able to develop your own software and hardware solutions in the field of applied technical computer sciences, industrial communication technology and actor-sensor-systems.
  • You will be able to integrate software and hardware components of r control and regulation systems and network these components with each other and higher-level management systems using industrial communication instruments.
  • In small and medium-sized business, you will be able to solve any automation problems as an all-rounder in the field; in engineering offices and larger companies, you will be able to lead project teams or take on the role of planner, system integrator or test engineer.


The foundation for the project management of interdisciplinary teams

Systems engineers consider technical problem solutions in a systematic and interdisciplinary manner . This requires a high degree of technical expertise as well as skills from the various disciplines in addition to knowledge of economic and organisational matters. As a project leader, you develop, plan, design and test technical products, devices and systems.

Our graduates work in the following disciplines:

  • Industrial automation
  • Robotics
  • Building automation
  • Measurement and diagnostics systems
  • Technical computer sciences
  • Micro engineering
  • Sensor and actuator technology
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