Application and Industrial Phase

This is the final phase of the degree programme. In this phase, students apply their know-how to solve real-world problems. The modules of this phase are listed in the following tables. Most of these modules are based on a close cooperation with industry.

Sixth Semester

S. No. Module CH CP Type
26 Practice-Related Courses 6 6 L, S, E
27 Internship 0 24
Sum 6 30

Seventh Semester

S. No. Module CH CP Type
28 General Engineering Lab 5 6 Lab
29 Engineering Project 4 7 L, E, Lab
30 Bachelor’s Thesis 0 12
31 Bachelor’s Seminar 3 5 S
Sum 12 30

Bachelor’s Thesis

The Bachelor’s Thesis can be performed either at the University or in industry. The major aim of the thesis is to show the ability of a student to solve a mechatronics problem independently in a specified period of time.

Prerequisites for the modules of this phase

There are some requirements, which have to be met, before a student can start certain modules of the final phase of the degree programme. These prerequisites are given in the following table:

Module Prerequisites
Internship at least 90 Credit Points achieved
Engineering Project at least 90 Credit Points achieved
Bachelor’s Thesis
  • at least 150 Credit Points achieved
  • Internship completed successfully and
  • Module 20 (Control Systems 1) passed successfully.

CP: credit points; CH=credit hours; L: lecture; E: exercise; Lab: laboratory; S: seminar