Best bachelor’s programme at the Ohm

Video presentation on the Applied Materials Science degree programme (in German)

Film about the Faculty (in German)

Faculty of Materials Engineering

The bachelor’s degree programme in Applied Materials Science and the master’s degree programme in New Materials, Nano- and Production Technology at the Faculty of Materials Engineering are two of the largest and well-respected materials science degree programmes in Germany. We place value on a practice and application-oriented curriculum, in which you will be introduced to applied research and development and that will provide you an opportunity, in early stages of your studies, to work on exciting research projects.

Both degree programmes provide students with a broad education in all important classes of materials beginning in the first semester. If you choose, you can pursue individual specializations throughout your studies. The specializations are polymer materials, metals, high-performance and functional ceramics, silicate and refractory ceramics, glass, structural materials, materials in electrical engineering, composite materials and nanomaterials, and surface engineering. You can enrich your studies according to your interests from an attractive selection of courses to fulfil elective requirements, for example: Medical Engineering Materials, Materials for Batteries and Fuel Cells, CAD, Quality Management, FEM, Business Administration, and more.

The Faculty of Materials Engineering is characterized by intensive and application oriented research and development. Nearly all professors are working on research projects in close cooperation with industry. This creates opportunities for students to contribute to innovative research projects and network with industry contacts at early stages in their studies. Close connections between the Faculty and universities in Germany and abroad provide pathways to doctoral work for the best students.

Materials Engineering

All material products arise from materials. Aspects such as cost-effectiveness, quality, and environmental compatibility play a decisive role in this. Innovative and competent people who will actively work on materials for our future are in demand.