There is currently a change in the economy: more flexible workplaces, higher qualifications, intelligent factories, the Internet of Things and the networking of processes call for interdisciplinary competences.
For key positions in the production of the future, employees are needed who can think outside the box and bring knowledge from information technology and engineering and apply it in a networked way. Graduates of the Systems Engineering degree program will be enabled to develop and supervise complex technical systems in the production environment in an interdisciplinary manner.
The demand for Systems Engineering graduates is very high, both at present and in the foreseeable future (at least 10 to 15 years) in various sectors of the economy. In national and international developing and manufacturing industries such as Automation technology, robotics, vehicle construction, aerospace or medical technology, engineers are increasingly sought with a broad and interdisciplinary education. Demand is growing rapidly, especially in the electronics, information and systems technology industries. But the interdisciplinary engineer also plays an increasingly important role in the professional environment of management consulting and project management. These developments create excellent employment opportunities for graduates in the region and worldwide.
You can study Systems Engineering at the Hochschulzentrum Memmingen.