How will we design the Smart Cities of the future? Who will develop innovative mobility concepts? From where do we get the energy and water we need?
We are looking for answers to these and similar questions in the Infrastructure Management course, because we are firmly convinced that infrastructure is the foundation of modern civilizations.
For this reason, the Infrastructure Management course teaches the basic knowledge and skills of technical infrastructures in the fields of mobility and transport, energy and water supply and sanitation, and urban planning in combination with project management and economics. At the same time, however, concerns such as safety, functionality, economic efficiency, as well as the interrelationships in relation to the population and the environment are also at the forefront and must be taken into account. We believe it is important to respond to the changing and more complex tasks of our time and to develop new ways of looking at things and acting. For this reason, the foundation of the course consists of a broad spectrum of engineering sciences, with a special focus on the interfaces between the above-mentioned areas.
By linking theory and practice in the study programme, we ensure that graduates acquire excellent specialist knowledge and are trained to become professional engineers.