Hochschule KarlsruheHochschule Karlsruhe - University of Applied Sciences
Hochschule KarlsruheHochschule Karlsruhe - University of Applied Sciences
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Electrical Engineering and Information Technology


We want YOU to become a Master of Electrical Engineering & Information Technology

Congratulations, now you should have graduated with an engineering degree! But what if you are curious about applied research? With the Master's program in Electrical Engineering & Information Technology, you build on your completed bachelor's or “Diplom” degree in an electrical engineering or related field. You will gain in-depth qualifications in the field of scientific-methodical work and become an expert in that area which interests you most.

Do you want to improve the world, advance environmental protection, design the mobility of tomorrow? Choose from five different specializations. This decision will open up further occupational fields for you.

At a glance

Qualification awarded Master of Science (M. Sc.)
Start of program Winter semester  & Summer semester
ECTS credit points 90 in total
Standard period of study 3 semesters
Admission prerequisites Pre-study work experience is not required
Accreditation Yes (certificate)


Diana Lamb

Phone: +49 (0)721 925-1514
Fax: +49 (0)721 925-1513
diana.lambspam prevention@h-ka.de

Office hours:
Mon.-Thur. 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
1 p.m.-3 p.m.
Fri. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

Building M, room 209
Moltkestraße 30
76133 Karlsruhe

Who is the program aimed at?

Do you have a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and information technology and want to delve deeper into specific topics? Would you like to be involved in ongoing research projects and acquire expert knowledge in automation technology, information technology, or sensor systems technology? Then the master's program in one of the above-mentioned specializations is right for you.

Why study a Master’s program?

Working in nuclear research

Dr. Michael Betz: The degree program really sparked my interest in high-frequency engineering. Moreover, without the excellent cooperation between the university and the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), I would not have been aware that the demand for engineers there is quite high and that there are so many opportunities for internships and theses.

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