This course equips its graduates to meet the international and interdisciplinary demands of the aerospace industry.
Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering is a joint master degree run by Technical University of Munich (TUM) and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU). The course is designed to provide an in-depth knowledge in aeronautical and space design.
The bachelor's degree in agricultural and horticultural sciences provides a well-rounded education in all core aspects of this discipline.
The master's degree program in Agricultural Science aims to create a deep understanding of agricultural systems.
The master's degree program Agrimanagement combines agricultural management, bioscience, eonomics and technology.
The bachelor's degree program in Architecture provides a sound foundation in the knowledge and techniques required for the fields in which modern architects work today.
The Master's degree program in Architecture expands the knowledge acquired in the Bachelor's degree. It enables students to focus on individual areas of interest.
The master's degree program in Automotive and Combustion Engine Technology allows students to specialize in the many different disciplines of Automotive and Combustion Engine Technology.
The Master's in Automotive Software Engineering is an innovative program that aims to equip students with the key scientific and engineering knowledge and practical skills required for employment in the automotive engineering sector.
The master's degree in Biochemistry creates the link between Biology and Chemistry.
The bachelor's degree program in Biochemistry links Chemistry and Biology. It is situated at the interface between Chemistry, Biology and Medicine.
Bioinformatics is a degree program in cooperation with LMU. It combines Molecular Biology, Biochemistry and Genetics with Theoretical and Applied Computer Science.
Bioinformatics is an emerging interdisciplinary research area in which Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Genetics as well as Theoretical and Applied Computer Science merge into a new discipline
Specialization in at least three of seven possible focus areas (biochemistry and cell biology, genetics, medical biology, microbiology, ecology, plant sciences, zoology/animal sciences), with the option to develop a focus area into a primary focus.
The program covers a broad spectrum of fundamentals relating to the natural sciences, as well as all key subdisciplines in biology, in particular genetics, microbiology, ecology, plant sciences, zoology / animal science, and cross-disciplinary life sciences, such as biochemistry or bioinformatics.