Study programs

Bachelor Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

In the bachelor´s program Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, you will receive a broad basic education in all areas of electrical engineering and information technology and other scientific subjects such as mathematics and physics, over a study period of 6 semesters. This breadth in the education of KIT graduates is highly appreciated by companies because it provides an optimal basis for all activities in later professional practice. In addition, elective courses allow for a first specialization. You also have a choice in the practical part of your bachelor's degree: You can choose between an industrial internship and a research-oriented project work at KIT. This way, you will be ideally prepared for professional practice according to your individual interests and can thus contribute to global issues in the fields of energy, mobility, and information. Through semesters abroad, you can gain valuable international experience during your studies. Our numerous cooperations with partner universities help you to do so.

 

Master Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Due to the combination of university and Helmholtz Research Center, KIT offers you a range of subjects in the field of electrical engineering and information technology that is unique in Germany. All these possibilities are open to you in the master study program Electrical Engineering and Information Technology so that you can optimally develop your individual interests and strengths. The master's program builds on the knowledge acquired in the bachelor's program and deepens it in one of 23 freely selectable majors.

 

Interdisciplinary courses of study

Bachelor Mechatronics and Information Technology

Master Mechatronics and Information Technology

 

Master Optics and Photonics (Karlsruhe School of Optics and Photonics)

 

Bachelor Engineering Education

Master Engineering Education

 

Bachelor of Education Science and Technology (NWT)

Bachelor of Education Science and Technology (NWT)

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