Graduates of the CVT-Master program should be able to work on the increasingly interdisciplinary areas of application in the Commercial Vehicle sector. They will be provided with basic knowledge in each of the three engineering disciplines combined with special CVT-knowledge either in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Computer Science. The technical component of the Master’s course will be complemented by cross-disciplinary and soft skills courses.
The program implies:
- Compulsory engineering modules (choice from catalogue)
- Cooperative research activities
- Study or internship abroad for German graduate students at Partner Universities
- Social science and soft skills courses
- Orientation Course (including Language course) for international students
The curriculum can be found at CVT_Curriculum_2019 (last updated 02. May 2019)
The current timetable can be found at CVT_Timetable_2018-19 (last updated 22. October 2018)
Module Handbook (Modulhandbuch): The description of the single modules can be viewed at CVT_Module-Handbook_2019 (last updated 02. May 2019)
An overview of the modules from KIS-Office can be found at KIS-Modules (last updated 01. June 2018)
There is a learning-objektive-module-matrix for assigning detailed program-specific learning objectives to individual modules.
An overview on the institutes offering lectures and/or research projects can be found at Departmental Research.
A leaflet regarding general CVT information can be found at Information Leaflet (updated 29. January 2019)
A Registration document for oral exams can be found atOral Examination Registration (updated 29. January 2019)
A Registration document for written exams can be found at Written Examination Registration (updated 29. January 2019)
Forms for registration of Project Work and Master Thesis one has to personally receive from Prüfungsamt.