Materials Science and Engineering (B.Sc.)

Study content

Metals, semiconductors, ceramics, polymers - from lightweight and fibre composites to bioactive materials, from novel magnetic and electrical functional materials for microelectronics to new energy materials - high-tech materials are found in many areas of everyday life.
How to produce such materials in a sustainable and resource-saving way, how to understand and investigate their properties and how to create protoypical functional models and test them under realistic conditions is what the Materials Science and Engineering degree programme in Augsburg deals with. A first focus is on the question of an atomistic understanding of the structure-property relationships of materials in order to be able to optimise them in a targeted manner. Secondly, the study programme also focuses on the question of the application of materials, the manufacture of components and the digitalisation of production.

Jointly organised by the Institute of Physics and the Institute of Materials Resource Management, it combines scientific and engineering aspects in one degree programme.
 

job prospects:

  • materials research and development
  • product development
  • quality assurance
  • failure analysis
  • technical sales in industrial companies
  • automotive industry
  • aerospace industry
  • chemical industry
  • medicine
  • environmental protection
  • science and research
Course of studies facts
name: Materials Science and Engineering
graduation type: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
study mode: full time
start of studies: winter semester, summer semester
standard period of study: 6 semester
restriction: unrestricted
german language knowledge (at least): B 2
hints: Studies can be started in the winter semester or, in exceptional cases to be examined by the examination board, in the summer semester. The deadline for enrollment will be published on our website: https://www.uni-aug… Introductory events take place closely before the start of the lecture term: https://www.uni-aug… Start of the lecture term: https://www.stmwk.b…

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Group Leader Nanoscale Functional Oxides
Experimental Physics IV

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