Degree programme in Simulation and Engineering Mathematics

Study engineering mathematics and simulation with 100 companies! The Virtual Engineering degree programme in Tuttlingen brings together theory and practice. The disciplines of mathematics and engineering are combined to investigate topics using mathematical models and computer simulations.

Industry considers virtual engineering to be a trend of the future, and simulations are becoming the standard in all technical and creative sectors. A degree in applied mathematics and simulation is therefore in high demand in many industries.

Core areas of study

  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Mechanics
  • Electrical engineering
  • Computer science
  • Simulation engineering
  • Construction design
  • Control engineering

Career opportunities

An industrial virtual engineering degree offers excellent career opportunities in many different industries. Graduates of the Industrial Virtual Engineering programme have very good job prospects in medical engineering, mechanical engineering, and mechatronics.

 

Industry fields

  • Optimisation of building components and component units using FEM programmes
  • Modelling, simulation, and analysis of dynamic processes
  • Path planning and optimisation for robots and machine tools
  • Development of visualisations and animations
  • Modelling of parts of the human musculoskeletal system

Facts

Beginning of programme: winter semester

Duration: seven semesters (one practical training semester as part of the course)

Application deadline: 15 July

Places: 40

Degree: Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Campus: Tuttlingen

 

Good reasons for studying mathematics

    • Cooperating businesses
    • A degree programme developed with input from industry
    • Virtual engineering is a trend of the future
    • Direct access to more than 100 leading companies
    • Cutting-edge industrial laboratories and the use of companies’ own laboratories
    • Excellent career opportunities
    • The latest technological standards