Graduates of the Master's degree program "Mechatronics and Robotics" (MMR) are optimally prepared for the current job market. The digitization of production processes, sustainable mobility, and the steady increase in autonomous systems are boosting the demand for adequately trained engineers and present highly attractive work fields for them.
The contents offered in the Master's program at Offenburg University represent future-oriented know-how for a career in mechatronics. The non-specialist contents reflect the interdisciplinary character of mechatronics and robotics: Working in and leading diverse development teams, analyzing complex relationships, and implementing technical solutions independently and creatively. All this prepares graduates to take responsibility for their own contributions in their scientific field and to become involved as engineers in civil society.
This course of study basically qualifies students for engineering work in industry and research. It also allows for further academic qualification by pursuing a doctorate degree, and opens the door to a career in the civil service with public employers.