(Computer Science and Engineering)
Computer Science and Engineering offers Opportunities
Engineering disciplines make increasing use of computer science and math research findings, both in product development and in the products themselves, and this trend is set to grow. New results in computer science and mathematics are thus becoming an important engineering innovation factor and are therefore key competence fields for an engineer and for a university of technology.
The study of computer science and engineering teaches the basics of computer science, electrical engineering, mechanics, and engineering math. Graduates thereby learn the basics for realizing technical products and processes and for developing engineering-like IT solutions. In particular, graduates are enabled to devise combined hardware and software systems from model descriptions of technical systems. Career prospects are brilliant because the demand for engineers is so strong.
At a Glance
Degree: Bachelor of Science
Duration of Study: 6 semesters
On the basis of integrated computer science and engineering studies students can choose between specializing in computer science or engineering for their B.Sc.
If you are interested in greater detail we recommend you study the curriculum and the module manual as sources of information. To prepare for a successful study program we also recommend the online math bridge course.
Students are required to serve a ten-week career-related placement. The best time to do so is before starting their studies. We urgently recommend you to do so. Practical work may be divided into several sections or different companies. Placements/internships count as education in the tertiary sector and qualify for BAföG student loans. Please read the Internship Regulations before taking up your internship. You will find them here.
After Your B.Sc.
Information on Study Program
The Infothek is where to go for detailed information on study programs and extensive information material. If required you can register for talks with prospective students or arrange for an interview with a faculty counselor in your subject. Here is how to contact Mrs. Preuß and Mrs. zur Borg at the Infothek:
Tel.: 040 428 78-2232, e-mail
Contact with Students
In addition to the AStA, or Students’ Union, the Electrical Engineering Student Council (Fachschaftsrat) is happy to provide information from the student’s viewpoint at www.fsr-etit.de.
International Students – Studying Abroad
The International Office advises and looks after international students. The International Office’s website also contains information about studying abroad for TUHH students. The TUHH welcomes and promotes student exchange. If you have any queries, please contact the International Office.