Computer Engineering

Bachelor of Science

Languages of Instruction/Examination: German

Qualification Profile of the Graduate: Learning is based on a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical experience. The aims are to provide students the opportunity to acquire the knowledge base, professional awareness, critical faculty, interpretative and communicative skills and ethical responsibility expected of informed professionals working within specialist. In studying Computer Engineering at Mannheim University of Applied Sciences, the students benefit from a practically-oriented curriculum, close contacts to local industry and a wide choice of projects. The laboratories have state of the art equipment and provide contact with professional life. 

The basic study program of the first academic year covers 10 mandatory courses in  

  • Mathematics and Physics 
  • Electrical Engineering and Electronics 
  • Applied Computer Science  
  • Object oriented Programming 
  • Fundamentals in Computer Architecture 

The main study program of semester 3 through 7 covers 16 mandatory courses in mathematics, electronics, embedded systems, computer science, communications, business administration, 4 electives, a six-month work experience term (internship) and the bachelor thesis. The mandatory courses cover  

  • Mathematical Fundamentals of Computer Science 
  • Digital Electronics 
  • Embedded Systems  
  • Control Systems 
  • Digital Signal Processing 
  • Computer Networks 
  • Software Engineering 
  • Operating Systems 
  • Data Base Systems 
  • Web-Technology 
  • Business Administration 

The 4 elective courses allow specialization in different areas of interest. They have to be chosen from an approved list. One of them may be a language course or of other nontechnical content. The work experience term in semester 5 is devoted to practical project work in a company or a non-educational institution. It is supported by 2 courses in project organization. The Bachelor Thesis of 3 months duration in the final semester is accompanied by a seminar on thesis projects.

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Diploma Supplement

The function of this Diploma Supplement is to elaborate on the information provided by the Bachelor-Urkunde (graduation certificate) and the Bachelor-Zeugnis (transcript) awarded by Mannheim University of Applied Sciences.