Energy technology deals with the technologies required to provide, distribute and utilise electrical energy, heat or another form of energy in an environmentally friendly, efficient, safe, economical and future-oriented manner. In addition to advanced lectures on thermodynamics and fluid mechanics, decentralised and regenerative energy generation, energy storage and efficient combustion technology are also covered. Supplementary courses on simulation methods and energy economics specialise graduates in solving future problems in the energy sector.
Extensive practical experience is gained through the following coursework: a six-week basic internship, two field trips, a student research project and a 14-week internship in an industrial company or a research institution outside the university. A wide range of placements are available in Germany and abroad. The results of the specialist internship are summarised in the Bachelor's thesis.
Please note that the Bachelor's degree course in Energy Engineering is not an independent degree course, but one of six possible sub-courses of the innovative Bachelor's degree course in Engineering. For you, this means:
- the greatest possible flexibility in choosing your engineering specialisation
- excellent study options and
- the opportunity to join suitable Master's degree programs directly at TUBAF - such as the Master's in Energy Engineering!
Faculty of Mechanical, Process and Energy Engineering (Faculty 4)
Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.)
- Standard period of study
- Part-time possible
- Start of studies
Winter semesterSummer semester
- Admission requirement
Abitur or subject-specific higher education entrance qualification or an entrance qualification recognised as equivalent
- Course language