Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Deggendorf Institute of Technology

M.Sc. On Campus
18 months
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The consecutive masters program Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at Deggendorf Institute of Technology provides substantial further specialist knowledge in areas of electrical engineering in a balanced scope based on a previous study and is thus a logical extension of a bachelors degree. 


The objective of the Electrical Engineering and Information Technology masters programme at Deggendorf Institute of Technology, therefore, is to strengthen and advance the previous knowledge of graduates of a bachelor programme with theory and applied-oriented information that meets the demands of modern developmental needs in the area of High-tech in a special way.

Learning outcomes

The master opens the way for a future doctorate or Ph.D. study, and hence the way to work in scientific fields.

The Master's degree in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology teaches students the skills for handling complex new challenges in hard and software design and development, either for electronic and telecommunication systems or for industrial and power plant technology, based on the respective major or focus involved.

The Master's program enables bachelor graduates to widen and reinforce their expertise with theoretical and application-oriented training, in order to meet the demands of modern development particularly in high-tech sectors. This program builds on advanced technical knowledge of electrical engineering as well as methodological and personal skills, gained through the bachelor degree.

The professional aim of a Master in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology is towards a career in research and development, application management, consulting or sales of hardware and software. Furthermore, a Master is the basis for an academic career at universities and research institutes and serves as preparation for a PhD.

In the master's program deepening and broadening of theoretical and application-oriented knowledge and skills is carried out. Students can choose either for deepening of their knowledge by continuing their focus of the Bachelors, or for professional diversification by choice of the other focus in the master. The Master-students gain the ability for independent scientific work, which is also promoted by the relation of the Master's program to the research activities of the faculty and the faculty staff. They gain knowledge of methodological approaches and current research literature. Fundamentals of engineering are applied to real-world problems, which are derived from research projects and experiences within the faculty to develop skills and competencies for solving problems in the areas of design, test, development, and research. Furthermore, the ability is stimulated to quickly and systematically learn the ropes.

Career Profile: Master Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Modern economy is more and more facing international relations, complex organizational structures and increasing complexity of technological problems. This leads to increasing demands especially on engineers within research and development and/or with executive functions.

The globalized markets of modern world are seeking for highly qualified engineers in electronics as well as in information and communication technology with in depth theoretical knowledge on the one hand and with a wide-spread spectrum of knowledge on the other hand enabling them for pretentious and creative work.

With the Master of Electrical Engineering you are prepared at the best for the challenges of the future. The Master of Electrical Engineering is an international well known and also highly accepted degree. The international orientation and the high scientific standard of the Master program gives you the necessary self-assurance and the companies or research centers you will subsequently work for the guarantee to employ highly qualified personnel.

Programme Structure

Courses include:

  • Advanced Programming Techniques
  • Numerical Methods
  • Special mathematical methods
  • Harmonisation Course or two Compulsory Electives
  • Selected Topics in Business Administration and Human Resource Management
  • Foreign Language Master

Key information


  • Full-time
    • 18 months

Start dates & application deadlines






On Campus

Academic requirements

We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.

English requirements

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Other requirements

General requirements

  • For the master's programme in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at Deggendorf University of Applied Sciences a qualified Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and/or Information Technology or similar with an overall mark 'good' or better (usually corresponding to grade A) is required.
  • Furthermore, suitability is determined by examination. Examination content includes complex problems in advanced mathematics for engineering as well as in the principles of electrical engineering and information technology and their applications. 

Tuition Fee

  • International

    Tuition Fee
    Based on the original amount of 0 EUR per year and a duration of 18 months.
  • EU/EEA

    Tuition Fee
    Based on the original amount of 0 EUR per year and a duration of 18 months.

No tuition fees, only €62 student service fee per semester.


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