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Bachelor's

A bachelor’s is the first degree a person can acquire at a university, and within a multi-cycle degree structure, it is the first level which qualifies graduates for an occupation.

Even if you actually want a master’s degree, you need to complete a bachelor’s degree program first. To start a bachelor’s, you do not need to have graduated from any previous course of university study, which is why bachelor’s degree programs are also known as undergraduate programs. You do, however, need to possess a university entrance qualification (e.g. an Abitur or equivalent high-school diploma). The standard duration of most bachelor’s programs at TU Clausthal is six semesters.

Each bachelor’s program at TU Clausthal has at least one master’s program that counts as consecutive to it, i.e. as following on directly from that bachelor’s program. Once you have your bachelor’s degree, you do not need to go through a separate application and selection procedure to be allowed to start a consecutive master’s program.

These are the bachelor’s degree programs available at TU Clausthal

Business Administration
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Business Administration

The study of business administration is concerned with describing, explaining, and supporting decision-making processes in commercial enterprises.

Chemistry

Chemistry

The world today is full of chemistry. As essential chemicals, polymers, or medicines, in innovative energy storage or the latest nanomaterials – chemistry is everywhere.

Digital Technologies

Digital Technologies

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Digital Management

Digital Management

The bachelor’s degree in digital management initiates students into the globally interconnected digital world of work in the context of a course of study in business administration.

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineering is one of the most important sectors of the German economy. It encompasses the classic fields of energy supply, automation technology, telecommunications, and circuitry.

Energy and Materials Physics

Energy and Materials Physics

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Energy and Raw-Materials

Energy and Raw-Materials

Operating at the intersections of structural transformation and the shift to green energy, of globalization and import dependency, supplies of energy and mineral resources are one of the major challenges.

Power Systems Technologies

Power Systems Technologies

Humanity is facing a major challenge to its energy supply: In order to protect the climate, all of the fossil fuels in current usage need to be replaced by renewable energy sources.

Geoenvironmental Engineering

Geoenvironmental Engineering

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Computer Science

Computer Science

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Mechanical Engineering *

Mechanical Engineering *

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Materials Science and Engineering

Materials Science and Engineering

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Sports Engineering *
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Sports Engineering *

Sports engineers are able to use specific material properties in combination with measurement and diagnosis methods, tailoring them specifically for applications in competitive sports as well as recreational, preventative, and rehabilitative exercise.

Process Engineering / Chemical Engineering

Process Engineering / Chemical Engineering

Process engineering and chemical engineering are concerned with all aspects of the conversion of materials and energy.

Business and Engineering

Business and Engineering

This degree program produces specialists for all those areas where business administration and engineering overlap.

Industrial/Applied Mathematics

Industrial/Applied Mathematics

Mathematical methods are used in almost all areas of our society, e.g. for planning, simulation and control in production or traffic.

The study programs marked with * are also part-time studyable.

After successfully completing a Bachelor's degree, you can continue your studies with one of the Master's programs at TU Clausthal.