Systems Engineering and Engineering Cybernetics


Systems Engineering and Engineering Cybernetics

Degree Conferred Master of Science (M.Sc.) Duration 3 Semesters Enrollment Winter and summer semester Admission restriction Restricted admission for some subjects Entry requirements Bachelor (B.Sc.) in systems engineering and technical cybernetics. Or a Bachelor's degree in a comparable degree programme (e.g. biosystems engineering, mechatronics, electrical engineering, process engineering, engineering mathematics, ...). If you have any questions, please contact the study advisor. Application deadline   Bewerbung mit deutschem Bachelorabschluss      an der OVGU Winter 15. September / Summer 15. March   Bewerbung mit internationalem Bachelorabschluss      über uni-assist Winter 15. July / Summer 15. January Language German


The degree programme teaches engineering methods and their application based on a solid mathematical and scientific foundation. Building on this, cybernetic methods of regulation and control, mathematical modelling, simulation and optimisation are taught to solve complex technical tasks. The focus of the Master's programme is on the development and independent application of cybernetic and system-theoretical approaches and methods. In addition, the preparation for management, development and research tasks in industry or research institutions as well as the qualification for a subsequent doctoral phase is a concern of the Master's programme.

Career Perspectives

Due to the interdisciplinary orientation at the interface of engineering sciences to mathematics, computer science and natural sciences, the range extends from process engineering to robotics to medical technology and biotechnology as well as to border areas of natural and life sciences.

Competencies and Interests Required

Basic knowledge and enjoyment of mathematics and natural sciences, comprehensive and open systems thinking, interest in modelling, simulation and computer use for technology mastery. In addition, students should have basic knowledge of systems theory and control engineering, modelling, analysis and simulation of dynamic systems and knowledge of computer science and mathematics from a previous Bachelor's degree.

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Last Modification: 11.03.2024 - Contact Person: Jessica Behrens