Vocational Education in Mechatronics (MK-BB)

This Master's degree course continues from corresponding Bachelor's programs in engineering and educational subject combinations, such as MK-plus.

The courses have a stronger academic-scientific orientation, with the aim of expanding knowledge in theoretical subjects and combining it with specific research activities. Students are given the opportunity to pursue their individual skills and interests through independent research work.

Degree Master of Science (M.sc.)
Language of instruction German
Duration of program 3 Semesters
Beginning of study program Summer and winter semester
Application Deadline January 15 / August 20
Tuition and fees As of the 2017/18 winter semester, the following state tuition fees apply:
- EUR 1500 per semester for international, non-EU students
- EUR 650 per semester for students pursuing a second (non-consecutive) degree in Germany
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Requirements abgeschlossenes Bachelor- oder Diplomstudium (fachbezogen mit allen benötigten pädagogischen Anteilen, Anforderungen können beispielsweise dem Studiengang MK-plus entnommen werden)
Internship Not required
Selection procedure Yes
Accreditation Yes
ECTS 90 credits

Study content

The technical-scientific study contents are divided into the two subjects Production Engineering and Systems and Information Technology and deepen the basic knowledge from the basic study programme. [more...]

Career perspectives

The Master's degree in this programme qualifies students for admission to preparatory service for a career in higher education at vocational schools, or for extracurricular activities in initial and continuing vocational education and training.  [more...]

Course of study

The Master's programme in Vocational Training Mechatronics comprises a total of three semesters.In the technical field, the Offenburg University of Applied Sciences initially complements scientific basics and conveys in-depth scientific course contents in the field of Systems and Information Technology and Energy and Automation Technology. [more...]