Your Industrial Engineering and International Management Master’s program

Do you have a Bachelor’s degree in engineering or a science subject? Do you want to expand your skills while learning how to live up to the challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution at the same time? And do you look forward to a study program that gives you the very tools you need for a future job in the industry of tomorrow? Then the Master’s program Industrial Engineering and International Management (M.Sc.) could just be what you are looking for.


Career prospects with your study program

As a graduate of the Master’s program in Industrial Engineering and International Management (M.Sc.), you will possess a range of business and management skills coupled with a broad understanding of technology and engineering as well as many practical skills across a variety of disciplines. This opens up many career prospects for you!

The Master’s study program in Industrial Engineering and International Management (M.Sc.) has been designed in accordance with the German Qualifications Framework for Industrial Engineers (Qualifikationsrahmen Wirtschaftsingeneurwesen), ensuring that you have an industry recognized qualification to launch your career.

After your Master’s studies, you will be able to perform management tasks in the manufacturing and technology sectors, take on budget and staffing responsibilities as well as deliver solutions at a strategic level. You will be qualified to work in both national and global companies, to take on a leadership sole, and work as part of international and interdisciplinary teams.

Your study program in detail

The Master’s program centers on the major engineering issues of our time, such as the use of AI and the development of circular economy technologies. During your studies, you will acquire not online the skills required to optimize processes, solve problems, and professionally represent international manufacturing and engineering companies, but also gain the knowledge needed to develop technical solutions to the ecological and social challenges of our global society.

In the Master’s study program Industrial Engineering and International Management (M.Sc.), you will acquire:

  • Diverse academic and specialist knowledge as well as an understanding of methodologies and practical skills used in a variety of areas of engineering and technology
  • A broad theoretical and practical understanding of selected areas of technology, science, and engineering
  • Knowledge of the processes and challenges in the interfaces between business and engineering
  • In-depth knowledge of the economic, financial, and social framework of the global market economy

During your studies, you will complete modules in these areas:

  • Industrial Engineering Tools and Processes
  • Engineering and Sustainability
  • International Management
  • Financial Management

In your second semester, you can choose either Digital Industry and Smart Production or Data Science and Machine Learning as your major. This allows you to tailor your studies to your personal career plan.

Practice-oriented learning is a top priority at Hochschule Fresenius. If you join the Master’s study program in Industrial Engineering and International Management (M.Sc.), you can expect application-oriented teaching from experts who will pass on their wealth of professional experience. In addition, interactive learning, excursions, guest lectures, and workshops are common practice at Hochschule Fresenius.


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Admission requirements

To be admitted to the Master’s study program in Industrial Engineering and International Management (M.Sc.) at Hochschule Fresenius, you need to fulfil the following requirements:

You must have completed a Bachelor’s study program with at least 180 credit points.

In your Bachelor’s degree, you must have gained credit points in the following fields:

  • At least 60 credit points in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)
  • At least 10 credit points in a thesis, final project, or final case study or similar

For more information, please contact our Study Advice Service.

Your English language skills must be equivalent to Level B2 of the European Framework of Reference for Languages.

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