Overview Bachelor's Programme Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen (BWW)

Studying this particular programme at FHWS means to connect solid basic knowledge with practice-oriented training. The content and structure of the programme enable students to quickly familiarise themselves with numerous existing and future fields of activity in technology and business.

In addition, they can complete their studies with specialisations in technology and business. If you do not commit yourself to any specialisation, you will complete your studies as a generalist.

Professional expertise, methodical competences and social skills will be taught throughout the overall concept and put into practice in several projects, during the internship and in the bachelor’s thesis. Modern simulation and IT tools are integrated into the entire course of study. Competent sessional lecturers from industry ensure that the teaching is as up-to-date as possible and optimally complement the practical relevance of the degree programme.

Module overview

This module overview applies to students having started their studies on 1 October 2017 or later. The module handbook contains a detailed description of each module.

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General Examination Regulations (APO) and Study and Examination Regulations (SPO): The most important documents for your studies

You have questions about deadlines, procedures for exams, grades or the possibility to re-sit exams? Download the general examination regulations (APO) and study and examination regulations (SPO) currently valid for your degree programme. These documents will answer almost all your questions.

Module Handbook

The module handbook contains detailed information about the modules of this degree programme:

  • learning outcomes
  • teaching contents
  • module manager
  • conditions of participation
  • workload
  • examination
  • reading lists

The module handbook in the currently valid version is available from the page Documents & Forms.

Explanations

The degree programme is modularised, i.e. it consists of different module courses. What is a module? What is a credit point? You find the explanations for these terms and many others in our FAQ on E-Learning. Login to E-Learning and registering in the course "Studien- und Prüfungsangelegenheiten/study and examination matters” is required.