Overview

Degree Master of Engineering
Start of study Summer semester, Winter semester
Application period Summer semester 15. December until 15. January
Application period Winter semester 01. July until 31. July
Standard period of study 3 semesters
Credits 90
Accredited

Yes

Admission restricted Yes
Admission requirements

Proof of a first professionally qualifying degree with an average grade of at least ‘good’ (2.5). This can be a Bachelor's degree or Diplom from a university, a university of applied sciences (Fachhochschule) or a comparable foreign higher education institution in subject areas relevant to the chosen programme, graded academic work amounting to at least 210 points according to ECTS or equivalent achievements in accordance with the respective national grading system.

Applicants who have completed a six-semester Bachelor's degree programme with 180 ECTS must provide evidence of a further 30 credit points before taking up the Master's degree programme in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering and a Letter of Motivation.

Language of instruction German
Faculty/institution School of Nature and Engineering
Integrated stay abroad No

As a graduate of the Master's programme, you are able to work independently as an engineer in a leading position in the maritime industry. The degree programme deepens the competences acquired in the Bachelor's programmes and enables you to take on overarching administrative and management tasks as a highly qualified specialist.

Career prospects

You will be able to deal competently with interdisciplinary issues and handle highly complex systems in an international working environment. You are to take on overarching administrative and management tasks as a highly qualified specialist.

Positions for shipbuilding engineers with a Master's degree can be found in the regional maritime sector, but also throughout Germany and abroad, including in the shipyard industry, shipbuilding supply industry, engineering consultancy, shipping companies, shipbuilding test facilities, maritime institutions and related professions such as steel construction, plant engineering or aircraft construction. Shipbuilding engineers work in an international working environment with customers and suppliers from all over the world.

Programme structure

In the first master's semester, your engineering fundamentals are deepened. A major focus here is on the application of computer-based methods.

In the second semester, you have the opportunity to deepen your knowledge and specialise in a compulsory elective module. An essential component is the extensive design project, in which you join a team to take on topics taken from practice.

The programme ends in the third semester with the Master's thesis.

Examination regulations (German)

Internationality

Naval architecture and ocean engineering lives from cross-border cooperation. You can therefore take the opportunity to spend one of the semesters with one of HSB’s partner companies abroad.

„I only began to realise just how well the Master's prepared me for my job when I was a little further away. The design project in particular simulates the interesting and diverse everyday life of naval architects with its practical approach.“

Jonathan Rakow Graduate

Application

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    Questions about the degree programme can be answered by the contact persons on the degree programme pages. If you have any further questions about your decision to study at HSB, our advisory and service institutions will be happy to help.

Contacts

Head of programme

Registrar's Office