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Study Plan
1. Semester
1. Semester Sp V Ü P S Cr
Fundamentals of Computer Engineering 1
Dr. Stefan Werner
En 2 1 - - 4
Fundamentals of Computer Engineering 1 Lab
Dr. Stefan Werner
En - - 1 - 1
Mathematics I1
Prof. Johannes Gottschling
En 4 2 - - 8
Measurement Technology
Prof. Niels Benson
En 2 1 - - 4
Mechanics I1
Prof. Wojciech Kowalczyk
En 2 2 - - 5
Network Analysis
Prof. Roland Schmechel
En 2 2 - - 5
Non-Technical Subjects B-ISE_PO19
There is no person assigned!
- - - - - 4
Sum 12 8 1 - 31
2. Semester
2. Semester Sp V Ü P S Cr
Logical Design of Digital Systems
Dr. Stefan Werner
En 2 1 - - 4
Mathematics I2
Prof. Johannes Gottschling
En 3 2 - - 7
Non-Technical Subjects B-ISE_PO19
There is no person assigned!
- - - - - 4
Physics
Prof. Michael Farle
En 2 1 - - 4
Physics Lab
Prof. Michael Farle
En - - 1 - 1
Procedural Programming
Prof. Axel Hunger
En 1 1 1 - 3
Static and Stationary Fields
Prof. Roland Schmechel
En 2 2 - - 5
Sum 10 7 2 - 28
3. Semester
3. Semester Sp V Ü P S Cr
Computer Networks and Communication Systems
Dr. Werner Otten
Prof. Torben Weis
Ge 2 1 - - 4
Discrete Mathematics
Dr. Claudia Gotzes
En 2 2 - - 5
Economics for Engineers
Dr. Alexander Goudz
Ge 2 1 - - 4
Elective B-CE_PO19
There is no person assigned!
- - - - - 4
Modeling
Prof. Janis Voigtländer
Ge 2 1 - - 4
Object-oriented Programming
Dr.-Ing. Jörg Petersen
Ge 2 1 - - 3
Object-oriented Programming Lab
Dr.-Ing. Jörg Petersen
Ge - - 1 - 1
Probability Calculus and Statistics
Dr. Ursula Ludwig
Ge 2 1 - - 4
Scientific Working
Prof. Rüdiger Deike
Ge/En - - - 1 1
Sum 12 7 1 1 30
4. Semester
4. Semester Sp V Ü P S Cr
Automata and Formal Languages
Prof. Barbara König
Ge 2 2 - - 6
Computer Architecture
Dr. Werner Otten
Prof. Torben Weis
Ge 2 2 - - 6
Computer Based Engineering Mathematics
Prof. Johannes Gottschling
En 1 1 - - 2
Computer Based Engineering Mathematics Lab Project
Prof. Johannes Gottschling
En - 1 1 - 2
Control Engineering EIT
Prof. Steven X. Ding
Ge 2 2 - - 5
Data Structures and Algorithms
Prof. Maritta Heisel
Ge 4 2 - - 8
Sum 11 10 1 - 29
5. Semester
5. Semester Sp V Ü P S Cr
Databases
Prof. Norbert Fuhr
Ge 2 1 - - 4
Databases Lab
Prof. Norbert Fuhr
Ge - - 1 - 2
Industrial Internship
There is no person assigned!
Ge/En - - - - 12
Operating Systems
Dr. Werner Otten
Prof. Torben Weis
Ge 3 1 - - 6
Software Engineering
Prof. Maritta Heisel
Ge 4 - - - 6
Software Engineering Lab
Prof. Maritta Heisel
Ge - - 2 - 2
Sum 9 2 3 - 32
6. Semester
6. Semester Sp V Ü P S Cr
Bachelor Thesis (ISE)
There is no person assigned!
Ge/En - - - - 12
Bachelor-Thesis Colloquium
There is no person assigned!
Ge/En - - - - 3
Elective B-CE_PO19
There is no person assigned!
- - - - - 11
Security in Communication Networks
Dr. Werner Otten
Prof. Torben Weis
Ge 2 1 - - 4
Sum 2 1 - - 30
Total
Sum 56 35 8 1 180
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Beschreibung:

Die Studierenden lernen, die Fähigkeiten der Informatik in den Anwendungsbereichen Natur- und Ingenieurwissenschaften anzuwenden und mit Kollegen aus verschiedenen Fachrichtungen auf technischer Ebene zu diskutieren. Auf diese Weise werden die Absolventen vor allem auf die folgenden Berufsfelder vorbereitet:

  • Bau und Betrieb von Computersystemen und Computernetzwerken,
  • Software-Engineering für technische oder ingenieurorientierte Anwendungsbereiche,
  • Entwicklung von anwendungsspezifischen Systemen mit Hardwarekomponenten und Anwendungstechniken des Software-Engineerings.

Der Bachelor-Studiengang Computer Engineering ist eine bewusste Kombination aus den beiden Wissensgebieten Elektrotechnik und Informatik, da diese Kombination den Absolventen eine breite Palette von Anwendungsgebieten bietet. Gleichzeitig werden die beiden Spezialgebiete

  • "Software Engineering" und
  • "Communications"

wird für Absolventen angeboten, damit sie einen Schwerpunkt in den Bereichen Informatik oder Elektrotechnik und Kommunikationstechnik für einen beruflichen Beruf oder einen Masterstudiengang setzen können.

Bemerkung:
Examination Regulations:
Stundenplan:
Studienort: Campus Duisburg
weitergehende Informationen:
Programmstart: WS
Studienart: Internationale Studienangebote
Description:

The students learn to use the skills of computer science in the application fields of natural sciences and engineering, and learn how to conduct a debate with colleagues from different disciplines at a technical level. In that way graduates will be prepared primarily for the following occupational areas:

  • Construction and operation of computer systems and computer networks,
  • Software engineering for technical or engineering-oriented fields of application,
  • Development of application-specific systems using hardware components and applying techniques of software engineering.

The undergraduate study course Computer Engineering is a consciously made combination of both knowledge domains of electrical engineering and computer science, because this combination offers graduates a broad variety of application fields. At the same time, the two areas of specialization

  • „Software Engineering“ and
  • „Communications“

will be offered for graduates, so they can set a priority towards computer science or electrical engineering and communications technology for a professional occupation or to pursue a master degree.

Notice:
Examination Regulations:
Schedule:
Study Location: Campus Duisburg
Further Information:
Beginning of Program: WS
Type of Study: Internationale Studienangebote