Compulsory and Compulsory Elective Modules
At the beginning of your studies, the basics in the field of measurement data evaluation and the associated metrological statistics are taught in the Fundamentals of Metrology, which must be completed. The General Fundamentals is a compulsory elective part and contains modules from various subject areas that provide insights into the contents of the three fields of Specialisation. Modules with a total volume of at least 20 CP must be taken in the General Fundamentals.
40 CP must be taken in the following fields of Specialisation:
- Sensors and measuring principles,
- Systems engineering and signal processing,
- Measuring method and application.
Courses must be taken in the amount of at least 20 CP in one of these fields which thus represents the major subject. The remaining credit points can be freely distributed among the other specialisations with the restriction that at least one module must be taken from each.
The modules available in the compulsory and optional areas can be found in Annex 1 and Annex 2 of the examination regulations.
The master thesis has a volume of 28 CP and includes the written processing of a task including literature research. It concludes with a presentation (2 CP) of the results after a period of 6 months. Both sub-modules must be passed separately. Only those who have passed all examinations and who have successfully completed the Student Research Project can be admitted to the Master's thesis. The Master's thesis can also be written in a company.