Automated Parking Assist (Bosch AG)
The Master's in Automotive Software Engineering is a research-oriented and application-focused program. Around 65% of the curriculum is dedicated to software engineering topics, 10% to professional skills such as organization and management, and 25% to automotive-related subjects. Specific aspects of the program are delivered by experts from industry who provide exclusive insights into practical applications.
The program is divided into the following four areas of study:
- Software engineering. Students learn the concepts and methods required for designing high-quality software systems.
- Automotive technologies. The skills for understanding hardware-related technologies are taught in this area of the program.
- Testing and verification. Students learn the fundamental principles for designing accurate testing and verification systems.
- Organization and management. In addition to technical and practical expertise, the program aims to build students' business and management skills.
Students can choose from a wide range of compulsory and elective modules in the above four areas. Teaching and learning methods include seminars, practical work, and a master's thesis in the final semester.
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Students should hold a bachelor's degree in informatics, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and information technology, or a related subject. This program is taught mainly in German and therefore proficiency in German is required.