By studying a Master's degree as part of the ISE study program, students can build on their Bachelor's degree by dealing with increasingly complex issues, enhancing their specialist knowledge in their chosen area, and learning to apply specialist procedures. As part of the integrated program, a Master's qualification will provide the students with an additional qualification that will significantly enhance their career prospects. A Master's will show that the students have gained the enhanced specialist knowledge, skills and methods that are required in a professional environment. It will demonstrate that the students have an overview of specialist disciplines and their contexts, that they have the ability to analyze engineering problems in their chosen area, and that they have the knowledge and practical ability to describe and solve problems independently. A Master's will also allow going on to complete a doctorate and pursue an academic career.

All disciplinary Master degree courses follow the structure given in the figure below and consist of core subjects, advanced theory subjects, profile subjects, electives and the master thesis.

2nd Year Master Thesis (6 Months) + Colloquium
Advanced Theories Core subjects of the discipline Electives Non
1st Year

The advanced theories give the students the necessary background for the education in the chosen master degree.

This mandatory core subjects are obligatory for all students and provide in-depth knowledge in the specific discipline. They give the chosen master degree its profile.

The electives should give the students the possibility of choosing and deepening their own profile of the degree. They specialize in a specific topic within the chosen discipline.

The aim of the non-technical course offer is to deepen the general education of the students and if necessary to increase the linguistic competence as well as to strengthen the ability of working in teams or giving a presentation.

The master thesis is an examination paper that concludes the scientific education in every master degree course within the academic program. It is used to show that a student is capable of processing a problem from the corresponding field of engineering sciences autonomously and with scientific methods and presenting it comprehensibly, within a given period.