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Digital Technologies

Digital Technologies is a cross-university degree programme between Clausthal University of Technology and Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences. Here you can expect a high level of application relevance as well as the best career prospects in the private sector and in research.

This interdisciplinary degree program includes the subjects of computer science, a selectable application area as well as various digitization projects in equal parts.

Job profile and labour market

After the bachelor's degree, the path to an advanced master's programme with a subsequent doctorate is open to you. Extensive contacts with partner companies of the universities within the digitisation projects offer the best conditions for a career entry in the free economy.

Depending on the field of study, you can develop next-generation recycling robots, invent even smarter control applications for buildings or production processes, or design and develop apps for future mobility services. No matter what you choose, you will always be at the forefront at the interface between computer science and the application field.

The special features of the course

In addition to the theoretical knowledge transfer, you will already take on a role in one of the practice-oriented digitisation projects in the basic semester, which are closely linked to the lecture content and promote the exchange with students from higher semesters. In the projects, the student teams are to jointly solve tasks from the application areas with digitisation technologies. Here, the teams are put together in an interdisciplinary manner and also across semesters. This allows you to deepen the teaching content of the semester in a project context.

Structure of the course

Digital Technologies is a cross-university degree programme between the Clausthal University of Technology (TU) and the Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences. Here you can expect a high level of application relevance as well as the best career prospects in the free economy and in the research sector.

This interdisciplinary degree program includes the subjects of computer science, a selectable field of application and various digitization projects in equal parts. All students start with a general basic semester, which includes the fundamentals of computer science and programming. In addition, there are interdisciplinary basics of scientific and project-based work as well as an overview of the application areas.

From the second semester of the degree programme, you choose your individual field of application: mobility, building and energy technology, industry 4.0 or recycling management. And new from the winter semester 2020/21, the application areas "Autonomous Systems" and "Innovative Business Models & IT Management" are also available. In the course of the study program, the basic subjects mathematics and computer science move increasingly into the background, you deepen the application areas, which are increasingly in focus, among other things, through the projects.

In addition to the theoretical knowledge transfer, you will already take on a role in one of the practice-oriented digitisation projects in the basic semester, which are closely linked to the lecture content and promote the exchange with students from higher semesters. In the projects, the student teams are to jointly solve tasks from the application areas with digitisation technologies. Here, the teams are put together in an interdisciplinary manner and also across semesters. This allows you to deepen the teaching content of the semester in a project context. For example, a second-semester student can take on simple programming tasks in such a team. A student of the fifth semester can be the project leader and thus deepen the contents of project management.

Program advisors

Prof. Dr. Andreas Rausch
Phone: +49 5323 72-7197
Fax: +49 5323 72-99 7197
E-Mail: digitec@tu-clausthal.de
Institute for Software and Systems Engineering
Arnold-Sommerfeld-Str. 1 / Gebäude C10
38678 Clausthal-Zellerfeld

 

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The total number of study places is limited.

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Application and admission

The application for one of the study places takes place directly via the application portal of the Ostfalia University. Admission to the study program takes place via a central allocation office.

Anyone with a general higher education entrance qualification can apply. In other cases, you should ideally have a degree in one of the following subjects: Computer Science, Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Business and Administration.

Program outline

Type of program: Bachelor
Duration: 6 Semester
Language of teaching: German
Degree: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Prerequisites: University admission requirements
Start date: Wintersemester
Bewerbungszeitraum: 20. Mai bis 15. Juli

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Additional information

Additional information can be found on the "Digital Technologies" webpage.

Documents

Prüfungsordnung

Further information