Technical Management: University of Applied Sciences Oldenburg/Ostfriesland/Wilhelmshaven

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Degree 
Master of Engineering
Address
Technical Management: University of Applied Sciences Oldenburg/Ostfriesland/Wilhelmshaven, Fachhochschule Oldenburg/Ostfriesland/Wilhelmshaven, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ronald Mundt, Constantiaplatz 4, Emden, 26723, Germany
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Subject
Management and Organizations
Course Language(s) 
English and German
Course Beginning 
October 01 (common) or March 01
Duration 
Beginning in October: one year in three sections including the Master's thesis; Beginning in March: two semester and the Master's thesis
App Deadline 
April 30 for the term starting October 01; September 30 for the term starting March 01
Submit Application To 

Fachhochschule Oldenburg/Ostfriesland/Wilhelmshaven, University of Applied Sciences, Immatrikulationsamt, Constantiaplatz 4, 26723 Emden, GERMANY

Telephone 
+49.4921.807.1428
Fax 
+49.4921.807.1429
E-mail 

t...@fho-emden.de

Website 
http://www.technik-emden.de/studium/m/te...



 Content:

  • Management subjects;
    • e.g. Quality Management Systems, Production Management System, Strategic Management, Project Management, Negotiation Technique and Leadership
  • Technical subjects;
    • e.g. SAP R/3 Advanced Course, Java Advanced Course, Wind Energy Plants, Advanced Materials, CAD
  • Extensive scientific-engineering project work
  • Master's thesis project

This course "Master of Engineering in Technical Management" provides detailed knowledge of the management of engineering projects and commercial processes. The students are prepared for executive tasks in the engineering field. The study programme stresses a general-field and problem-oriented approach. The students learn to develop and to implement problem-solving strategies in a creative and independent way. Their language skills will improve.


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