Study Programs

With 30 full professors, 63 adjunct lecturers and 45 staff members, the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at Hochschule Offenburg is a competence center in the fields of electrical engineering, electronics, renewable-energy systems, mechatronics, medical engineering and computer science, offering an accordingly wide range of study options.

Our graduates have gone on to pursue careers in a variety of different sectors, including:

  • Automobile industry
  • Vocational/technical education
  • Electrical industry
  • R&D
  • IT sector
  • Renewable-energy systems
  • Aviation industry
  • Medical engineering
  • Product management
  • Robotics
  • Telecommunication

With an emphasis on applied research and development, the E+I Department is especially open towards innovate work and applying new ideas. With numerous laboratories and ongoing research projects, many of them in cooperation with industry and business, our students are kept in touch with the practical relevance of their studies at all times.

The number of study programs offered by the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (E+I) has consistently grown in past years. Currently, students can choose from eleven Bach­e­lor’s degree courses and ten Mas­ter’s degree courses.

The Bach­e­lor’s degree programs normally take seven se­mes­ters to complete, of which the fifth semester is a practical semester.

The consecutive Mas­ter’s degree programs, i.e. those that students enroll in directly following a completed Bachelor’s degree course, comprise three semesters; only the non-consecutive, international Master’s degree program of Com­mu­ni­ca­tion and Media En­gi­neer­ing (CME) is designed for four semesters. 

All of the E+I programs offer up-to-date, practical, application-oriented study contents, individual support by instructors, close cooperation with the regional industry and business, but also with numerous partner universities around the globe, facilitating study abroad, as well as excellent career prospects.

The number of study programs offered by the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (E+I) has consistently grown in past years. Currently, students can choose from eleven Bach­e­lor’s degree courses and ten Mas­ter’s degree courses.

The Bach­e­lor’s degree programs normally take seven se­mes­ters to complete, of which the fifth semester is a practical semester.

The consecutive Mas­ter’s degree programs, i.e. those that students enroll in directly following a completed Bachelor’s degree course, comprise three semesters; only the non-consecutive, international Master’s degree program of Com­mu­ni­ca­tion and Media En­gi­neer­ing (CME) is designed for four semesters. 

All of the E+I programs offer up-to-date, practical, application-oriented study contents, individual support by instructors, close cooperation with the regional industry and business, but also with numerous partner universities around the globe, facilitating study abroad, as well as excellent career prospects.