Process engineering aims to develop and implement innovative economic and ecological processes and products. Process engineering stands out among the engineering sciences through its close relationship with physics, chemistry and biology. Process engineering is found everywhere, in food processing, manufacture of textiles, pharmaceutical products and cosmetics, in the production of fuels and construction materials and in energy production.
The core of the Master’s study program is formed around 14 opportunities for specialization that fall into place during the second and third Master’s program semesters (for this, see the program structure). Depending on personal preferences and subject matter abilities, the student chooses two specializations from:
- Equipment and installation engineering
- Biomedical process engineering
- Bioprocess engineering
- Chemical process engineering
- Energy process engineering
- Interface process engineering
- Plastics engineering
- Food engineering
- Mechanical process engineering
- Methods of systems dynamics
- Control engineering
- Textile engineering
- Thermic process engineering
- Environmental process engineering
The process engineering Master’s study program is directed to graduates with Bachelor’s degrees and builds consecutively on a Bachelor’s study program with a process engineering profile at a German university. However, we also admit graduates in related study programs like mechanical engineering, energy engineering, environmental engineering or technical chemistry.
You should be a quick learner, can think logically and be enthusiastic about tackling engineering science problems.