Master´s degree program at UAS Technikum Wien
Electronics for the Electrification of the Future
The master’s degree program prepares technicians for development and management tasks in the field of power electronics. Industry and providers in the infrastructure sector are always looking for technical solutions to their challenges. This is what makes this degree program and its topics so future-proof. The master’s program offers in-depth and specialized electronics training for use in industry. The focus is on regenerative energy systems, power electronics, drive technology, electromobility and power supply as well as their control electronics and process automation.
Students Learn to:
- Design electrical and electronic systems in a way that is suitable for production, taking into account technical and economic aspects.
- Plan and organize the operational production of electronic components, apparatus and systems.
- Solve problems in the field of electronics, electrical engineering and data processing using scientific methods.
- Elaborate and document technical concepts taking into account standards and regulations.
- Design, simulate, calculate, build and measure electronic circuits.
- Design devices and equipment for power conversion and distribution.
- Develop electric drives and controls.
- Ensure the quality of products and systems with appropriate methods.
- To work professionally in projects and to lead projects.
- Plan and execute operational processes from a technical perspective, taking into account economic and legal issues
- Start of semester: Beginning of September
- Duration: 120 ECTS credits, 4 semesters
- Degree: Master of Science (MSc)
- Mode: Part-time, german
- Costs per semester: € 363.36 tuition fee, € 22.70 ÖH fee; € 3,000 Tuition fee for students from third countries: exceptions and information
- Possibility for a semester abroad
- ECTS in English: 4,5
- Recommended semester abroad (optional): 4
Master’s degree programs build on a completed bachelor’s degree program and allow students to specialize or focus on topics in more detail or to expand their existing expertise.
You must meet subject-matter requirements to be admitted to the Power Electronics master’s degree program. Prerequisites include a bachelor’s degree from a UAS in a relevant subject matter or an equivalent degree from a recognized post-secondary educational institution (at least 180 ECTS credits) in Austria or another country.
If basic equivalence has been established except for a few missing prerequisites, the program director can require students to take exams to establish full equivalence. These exams are taken during the master’s program.
Program Director Master Power Electronics
Electronics & Business (part time)
The next step to study Power Electronics is to apply via our online application system:
- The entire application process is handled via a dedicated application website.
- Your data is stored securely and is being treated with strict confidentiality.
- A registration system makes it possible to start an application and complete it at a later point in time.
- Once you have entered your user data and uploaded documents, you can also use them for subsequent applications.