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Using their expertise in engineering science, holders of Bachelor of Engineering degrees design and build machines and systems for the most varied application areas. They independently work out goal-oriented, practical and economical solutions based on engineering science and using state-of-the-art technological knowledge.
Each semester of the dual studies program consists of two to three months of study in college and a subsequent practical phase at LEWA. Training during the practical, specialized phase builds upon the contents of the preceding theoretical phase so that the contents taught are explored in depth and added upon with a real-life focus.
The program ends after the sixth semester with the bachelor's thesis. The graduate will then be conferred the degree of Bachelor of Engineering. According to the law on higher education, this degree is equal to the degrees of universities and universities of applied sciences (Fachhochschule).
Opportunities for further professional development:
|Duales Studium Bachelor of Engineering (m/w/d) 2021||Leonberg / Deutschland||Dual Studies||Dual Studies|
|1st year||2nd year||3rd year|
|Theory of design||Descriptive geometry, technical drawing, tolerances and fitting||Design theory, connecting elements||Rotational motion machine elements, bearings|
|Technical mechanics||Basic concepts of structural engineering||Friction, motion of a mass point, kinetics of a system of mass points, rigid body kinematics||Rigid body kinetics, mechanical vibration, shock problems, relative movement|
|Material strength theory||Tensile and compressive stresses, permissible stress and safety||Bending stress, torsional stress, shear stress||General stress and deformation state, stability problems, introduction to energy methods|
|Electrical engineering||Basic concepts and laws, AC/DC circuits, capacitance and inductance||Components and their basic circuits, fundamentals of metrology, electrical measurement|
|Materials||Metallic materials, alloying, iron-carbon alloy||Non-ferrous metals, plastics, powder metallurgy materials, electrical engineering units|
|Manufacturing technology||Forming, cutting||Conversion/reshaping||Separating plate, joining, forming|
|Business administration||Basic knowledge of general business administration|
|Technical thermodynamics||1st and 2nd Law (heat, work, energy, etc.), ideal and real gases, maximum work|
|CAD / CAM techniques||3D design, variant structures, basics of CNC machines programming|
|2nd year||3rd year|
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