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Robotics and Autonomous Systems

Structure of the Master's Program "Robotics and Autonomous Systems"

Description
Master's program "Robotics and Autonomous Systems"

(ASIIN-Entry: Master's Program RAS)

Degree:
Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Standard period of study
4 terms

Begin of study
Winterterm

Number of SWS
48 SWS

Amount creditpoints (CP) according to ECTS-Standard
120 CP

There are no admission restrictions for the master course

Skills of the Graduates

The graduates of this program will have learned:

  • To work with a clear focus and oriented towards practical solutions
  • To quickly understand products of robotics and solutions to support the development, commissioning, servicing and marketing
  • To understand advanced issues of robotics and find technical solutions by using acquired techniques
  • To describe difficult issues and prepare them for interdisciplinary teams or customers needs
  • To derive marketable solutions for robotics and autonomous systems from theoretical research results

Key Qualifications

In our program we want to convey the following key qualifications to our graduates, in order to prepare them for future challenges:

  • analytical thinking
  • responsibility and ethically-aligned methods
  • deep understanding and the ability to communicate in the interdisciplinary professional field of robotics with a focus on service- and care robotics, as well as intelligent assistance systems and autonomous solutions
  • design of practical solutions
  • the ability to solve issues
  • the ability to work in a team
  • the ability to communicate interdisciplinary
  • audience adapted presentation of difficult topics
  • Ease in handling issues associated with company structures and requirements

Personal Consultation:

Dr.-Ing. Christian Hoffmann
Studiengangskoordination RAS Sprechstunden (während der Vorlesungszeit): Freitags, 10:00 - 11:00 weitere Sprechstunden jederzeit nach Terminvereinbarung
Dr. Sabine Voigt
Studierenden-Service-Center