Hagenberg CampusInformatics, Communications and Media

Automotive Computing Bachelor's Degree Programme, full-time

Know-how to drive the digital revolution in the automotive sector

The next revolution is in the automotive industry and it is being driven by the convergence of connectivity, electrification and changing customer needs. Besides new engine and propulsion systems that make electric and hybrid vehicles possible, it is digitalisation that will ultimately change cars as well as road infrastructure. In-car assistant technology and inter-car communication can help make driving more secure, more efficient and less harmful to the environment.

This new Bachelor’s degree focuses on the ICT-aspects of connected cars, thereby also taking in areas such as security, efficiency, communications and infotainment. Students acquire know-how in software technology, automotive engineering, the basic principles of technology and the natural sciences as well as personal skills. Topics for further specialisation include Modern Vehicles, Automated Driving and Services.

Note for applicants: The main language of instruction is German, although all elective modules ("Wahlfächer") are taught in English,English language classes are part of the curriculum and further modules may be offered in English. 

Essential Information

Degree:
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc)

Duration:
6 semesters (180 ECTS)

Annual intake:
28

Mode of study:
Full-time

Admission requirements:
General university entrance qualification, preparatory course for university acceptance or study preparatory programme at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria.
Sound knowledge of German, plus interest in IT and technology, interdisciplinary thinking, ability to abstract and team spirit. 

Application:
Online or in writing by 30 June at the latest
www.fh-ooe.at/application

Consecutive/related Master's Degree Programmes:
Mobile Computing
Energy Informatics

Main language of tuition:
German

Tuition fees:
Information about tuition fees and ÖH contribution

Contact

Head of Studies:
FH-Prof. DI Dr. Gerald Ostermayer

Programme Administration:
Katrin Schett, BA
Mag. Verena Leidl
Mag. Pia Lindner

University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria
School of Informatics, Communications and Media
Softwarepark 11
4232 Hagenberg/Austria
Phone: +43 5 0804 22800
Email: mc@fh-hagenberg.at 
Web: www.fh-ooe.at/mc
Facebook: @MC.AC.ENI.fhooe