European Master Project Management
The European Master in Project Management (EuroMPM) is a study programme implemented at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Dortmund and embedded in the consortium of European universities with the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao (Spain), the NTNU in Trondheim (Norway), the Kiev National University of Construction and Architecture in Kiev (Ukraine) and the Kauno Technologijos Universitetas in Kaunas (Lithuania).
The development of competences in international project management is the core focus of the EuroMPM – with core modules in the first 2 semesters, a specialization in the 3rd semester, and a master thesis in the 4th semester (in total 120 ECTS). The course leads students to the Ph.D. entry point by granting a Master of Arts (M.A.) degree.
The curriculum is based upon international standards that are important for project management (IPMA, PMI, OGC, ISO, etc.) and is completely taught in English.
Master Embedded Systems for Mechatronics
The Master Embedded Systems for Mechatronics offers specialisations in Automotive Systems, Computer Vision, Microelectronics and Hardware Engineering, as well as formal methods and software architectures. This programme provides competences to work in cross-domain projects within international teams. A major focus is put on the understanding of the complete systems engineering design flow. The students will be dealing with problems like, e.g. how to model control systems for mechatronic systems, how to implement algorithms for distributed embedded systems, how to evaluate and use tools for embedded software engineering and how to lead cross-domain designs of mechatronic systems.
Master Digital Transformation
The study programme Master Digital Transformation – MDT – will lead to a university degree which is highly qualified academically and professionally. The programme qualifies for being a leading expert in digital transformation projects. The focus is the technical viewpoint – especially the process, methods and tools of software engineering and the development and application of digital systems. For the digital transformation the ability to work in cross-domain projects, to apply a systems engineering approach, to involve users and stakeholders in the projects and to integrate results from different domains is required.