Interested in studying at MSE

The study programs at MSE teach skills required for basic scientific research as well as those needed for interdisciplinary collaboration and entrepreneurial activity. The aim here is to give graduates access to careers in the interdisciplinary sectors and occupational fields of the future.

Study programs

On the subordinated pages of each study program, you will find information on application, requirements and assessment procedures. Contents of the study program, such as program structure or curriculum are to be found under Students.

studium MINT

Students at a math lecture
Still undecided? The orientation semester provides initial insights into the STEM subjects. (Picture: Andreas Battenberg/TUM)

The orientation semester studium MINT provides an overview of the degree programs offered by TUM in technology and natural science branches.

B.Sc. Engineering Science

Two people working on a battery testing device
Engineering Science program: after a general introduction, students specialize according to preference. (Picture: Astrid Eckert/TUM)

It is possible to choose individual areas of specialization within the fields of engineering, natural sciences, mathematics and computer science.

M.Sc. Industrial Biotechnology

Carrying out measurements in a breeding tank for algae
Industrial biotechnology can be used to produce a wide range of items, including plastics and fuels. (Picture: Andreas Heddergott/TUM)

Creating the raw materials of the future by means of microbiology and molecular biology, biochemistry, bioinformatics and bioprocess engineering.

M.Sc. Human Factors Engineering

A vehicle interior is ergonomically optimized at a test bench
A range of disciplines come together to adapt technology to human beings. (Picture: Uli Benz/TUM)

Whether in the context of transportation, electronics and software, workplace or sports: human-machine interaction and ergonomics are becoming increasingly important­­.

M.Sc. Materials Science and Engineering

Materials can be tested using non-destructive methods. (Picture: W. Bachmeier / TUM)

For complex applications across all technology sectors, experts in modeling, calculation, prediction and monitoring of novel materials needed.