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 (Bachelor)

Business Administration (Bachelor)

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

Chemistry (Bachelor)

Chemistry (Bachelor)

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 Management (Bachelor)

Digital Management (Bachelor)

Der Studiengang Digitales Management führt im Rahmen eines betriebswirtschaftlichen Studiengangs an die global vernetzte digitale Arbeitswelt heran.

Digital Technologies (Bachelor)

Digital Technologies (Bachelor)

Das Bachelorstudium beschäftigt sich mit digitalen Technologien von morgen. Es kombiniert die Fächer der Informatik, einem individuellen Anwendungsgebiet und Projekten zur Digitalisierung.

Electrical Engineering (Bachelor)

Electrical Engineering (Bachelor)

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 * (Bachelor)

Energy and Materials Physics * (Bachelor)

Energy efficiency and sustainable energy supply are cornerstones of the energy transition. They also require new ways of developing materials for energy conversion and energy storage.

Geo-Energy Systems (Bachelor)

Geo-Energy Systems (Bachelor)

Products made from primarily extracted or recycled raw materials are used every day. Raw materials are therefore an indispensable basis for our everyday lives.

Computer Science (Bachelor)

Computer Science (Bachelor)

With its Computer Science, Business Informatics and Computer Engineering courses, the Computer Science degree programme trains the digitalization experts of tomorrow.

Mechanical Engineering *

Mechanical Engineering *

The degree course is not just about manufacturing efficient, high-quality products, but about constantly making new contributions to solving urgent problems in business and society.

Materials Science and Engineering (Bachelor)

Materials Science and Engineering (Bachelor)

Materials science and materials engineering are drivers of innovation and key to a large number of product innovations.

Sustainable Energy Technologies and Systems (Bachelor)

Sustainable Energy Technologies and Systems (Bachelor)

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.

Sustainable Raw Material Production and Recycling (Bachelor)

Sustainable Raw Material Production and Recycling (Bachelor)

Raw materials - essential for Germany as a competitive future business location Products made of primary or recycled raw materials are used every day.

Sports Engineering *

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 (Bachelor)

Process Engineering / Chemical Engineering (Bachelor)

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

Business Chemistry * (Bachelor)

Business Chemistry * (Bachelor)

Business chemistry students at TU Clausthal acquire broad knowledge and develop competences in various fields.

Business and Engineering (Bachelor)

Business and Engineering (Bachelor)

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

Industrial/Applied Mathematics (Bachelor)

Industrial/Applied Mathematics (Bachelor)

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.