Automotive Systems Engineering and eMobility

Developing emissions-free transportation

E-bike, e-car, electric truck, intercity, maglev train. Transportation is undergoing radical change; scarcity of resources and environmental compatibility demand innovative technologies for a low CO2 future. For anyone seeking to play an active role in modern transport, this course in Automotive Systems Engineering and eMobility offers extensive opportunities.

Interdisciplinary know-how for new energy systems

The study programme is based on content from mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, business administration and information technology, supplemented by management skills. Our students develop the complete package of skills in the career-integrated mechatronics degree course. Students take the content learned in the theoretical phases of the course with them into the practical phases at the partner company, furthering their understanding. Our graduates are able, for example, to assess infrastructural conditions and design transportation concepts. They develop components, integrate them into complete and subsystems of electric drives and supply them with power.

Promising career prospects

The future career prospects are just as varied as the content of the eMobility course. Engineers work in all areas of the transportation industry and along the entire value chain. Attractive offers in development and production departments of the automotive and commercial vehicle industry await, as well as exciting challenges in smaller, fast-growing companies such as bicycle manufacturers.

A special feature of the DHBW Mannheim is that students of Automotive Systems Engineering and eMobility can also qualify as electricians in parallel to their studies.