Electrical Engineering (B.Sc.)

Bachelor of Science

Features of the degree program

Electrical engineering is an integral part of daily life and has a profound effect on many areas of our society. Accordingly, its range of applications is highly diverse. This includes, among other things, electronic systems for human communication, applications in the automation of processes, and intelligent systems and machines promoting sustainable treatment of resources and energy. 

With the degree program in Electrical Engineering, Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences offers practically oriented scientific training. Laboratory research sessions, project work, and practice phases give students the opportunity to put their newly acquired knowledge and abilities into practice and to expand on them. Students can choose between two fields: "Electronics and Communication" focuses on Internet and communication technologies and on modern digital systems. The subject area "Automation and Energy" is focused primarily on automation technology, power electronics, electrical machines, and electrical energy supply.

The degree program at a glance


Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)


Summer and winter semester

Vocational placement


Standard period of study

6 semesters



Type of study

Full-time undergraduate degree program

Numerus Clausus



Osnabrück – Westerberg Campus

Admission restriction



Academic information and guidance

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Winfried Gehrke
Degree program coordinator

Room: SB 0225
E-mail: w.gehrke@hs-osnabrueck.de

General information and coordination

Prof. Dr. Frank Thiesing
Academic Dean of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Room: AA 0009
E-mail: f.thiesing@hs-osnabrueck.de

Dipl-Kffr. (FH) Beate Zur-Lienen
Academic Dean's Office

Room: AA 0008
E-mail: b.zur-lienen@hs-osnabrueck.de

Application, admission and exams

Anna-Lena Ruwisch
Registrar's office

Room: AF 0013
E-mail: anna-lena.ruwisch@hs-osnabrueck.de