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Bachelor Degree Programme in
Automation Technology

Automation technology connects different specialist areas and technologies, giving the Bachelor degree programme a highly interdisciplinary approach to technical and operative activities. Besides technical competences in core areas, automation technology students also acquire essential practice-relevant communication, social and methodological skills. Specialist elective modules are of particular importance, because they represent the technical diversity of the field and offer students the opportunity to tailor their course profile. Independent, practice-oriented team work on specialist topics plays a key role in the process. To complement the qualification profile, students acquire English language skills and learn economic basics.

The degree programme at a glance:

Facts

6
Semesters

Extra-Occupational

Ideal for working professionals who want to further their education and for adults holding a school-leaving certificate who want to enter the working world during the degree programme.

 

Classes

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Extra-occupational: 17 weeks/semester
Generally Fridays, 13.45 – 21.30 and
Saturdays 8.00 – 16.00
Programme starts: Mid-September

QUALIFICATION GAINED:

Bachelor of Science in Engineering, BSc

Captains
Technical experts and managers from the industry support students as mentors.

Approved study places

43

ECTS —> 180 CREDITS
Tuition fee: 363.36
Per semester. Plus Austrian National Union of Students’ contribution (currently 20.20 €) for EU and EEA nationals

Citizens from other countries - please visit our website www.en.campus02.at/tuition-fees/

Location

Focus

Students acquire specialist knowledge in the areas of electronics, informatics and mechanical engineering.
Economic know-how and soft skills complement the degree programme.

 

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In terms of content, comprehensive modules account for more than one third of the degree programme. These include accompanying projects, subject-relevant specialisation and internship experience. This gives students the opportunity to tailor their profile to their individual interests

Projects & Practice

Projects on accompanying projects for businesses support students with putting what they have learnt into practice. Group sizes of approximately 3 people contribute significantly to the learning quality and success.

 

 

Application process

  • 01Online Application
  • 02Admission Test
  • 03Submission of further documents
  • 04Personal interview conducted by an admission committee

Note: The Bachelor Degree Programme in Automation Technology is predominantly held in German. Therefore the application process is also done in German.

Application deadline: Phase 1: 31.03.2020

Admission criteria

  • School-leaving certificate (Matura, A-Levels, maturity diploma, etc.)
  • university entrance qualification exam
  • or a specialised professional qualification (apprenticeship, etc.) and additional examination by CAMPUS 02

Further Information

Philipp Müller

CAMPUS 02 University of Applied Sciences
Degree Programme in Automation Technology
Körblergasse 126, 8010 Graz, Austria

The Path to Your Programme

Application Deadline Phase 1: 31.03.2020

 

Admission Criteria

 

 

Online Application

The path to your programme begins with registering. Once registered, you can apply online.

BA Application Test

During the online application you can choose your preferred Bachelor application test date. The aim of the exam is to give you the opportunity to prove yourself and your skills. This test is therefore an integral part of the application process.

 

Submission of Application Documents

After the application test you have a week’s time to submit further application documents online and to complete your application.

Personal Interview

The last step towards your programme is the personal interview conducted by the board of examiners. The interview gives you the chance to prove yourself and your skills face-to-face.

Academic and professional life directly connected

Together with lecturers from well-known companies and their Captains, CAMPUS 02 will accompany you on your academic journey. Science meets business: Projects for various companies help put your acquired theoretical and specialist knowledge into practice. Thereby, you are constantly and directly in contact with the professional world. This extra-occupational degree programme lets you enter a network of students, lecturers, researchers and businesses to achieve a common goal: sustainable success in business.

The extra-occupational degree programme at CAMPUS 02 is designed for full-time working professionals. Since 2005, professional experience is however no longer obligatory in order to be considered for this programme. This way, school graduates and others without professional experience are also given the chance to study at CAMPUS 02.

Personal Development The 3 pillars
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Core Areas

  • Analogue, digital and microcontroller engineering, drive engineering and power electronics
  • Software development and programming, process control and simulation, PDM/PLM, control systems, RFID
  • Calculation, design, production
  • Business administration, accounting, project management

Compulsory Elective Modules

  • Electronics: digital circuit design, electronic system development, analogue and digital technology
  • Informatics: SPS and distributed systems, applied informatics
  • Mechanical engineering: handling technology, industrial robots, mechanical and thermal process engineering, simulation methods in mechanical engineering, digital factory
  • Supplementary core area

Internship

Those who do not have relevant work experience are expected to do a 15 week internship that can be spread across all semesters. The Seminar for Professional Practical Training supports and accompanies students during their internship.

Semester: 01 02 03 04 05 06

Timetable

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1. Semester
2. Semester
3. Semester
4. Semester
5. Semester
6. Semester
4.75 ECTS
Analysis Idroduction
2.25 ECTS
Basic Communication
4.5 ECTS
Computer Science
3 ECTS
Electrical Engineering
5.5 ECTS
Materials and Mechanics
5 ECTS
Professional Practical Training
5 ECTS
Pysics
6.75 ECTS
AC Technology
4 ECTS
Analysis Extension
5.5 ECTS
Architectures
2.25 ECTS
Basic Communication
6.5 ECTS
Mechanics and Engineering Design
5 ECTS
Professional Practical Training
3.5 ECTS
Accompanying Projects
5.25 ECTS
Analog Technique and Measurement Technique
6.5 ECTS
Engineering Design and Production
5 ECTS
Professional Practical Training
2 ECTS
Programming and Visualization
5 ECTS
Statistics, Data Analysis and Interpretation
2.75 ECTS
Technical Communication
3.5 ECTS
Accompanying Projects
5 ECTS
Applied Mathematics
1.5 ECTS
Busniess Administration
4.25 ECTS
Measurement Technique
5 ECTS
Professional Practical Training
1.5 ECTS
Programming and Visualization
3.25 ECTS
Technical Communication
12 ECTS
Technical Supplement
3.5 ECTS
Accompanying Projects
4 ECTS
Bachelor Thesis 1
2.75 ECTS
Business Communication
2.5 ECTS
Busniess Administration
3 ECTS
Fluid Technology
2.5 ECTS
Power Engineering
3.5 ECTS
Process- and Control Engineering
5 ECTS
Professional Practical Training
13 ECTS
Technical Specialisation - Bachelor Thesis 2
2.75 ECTS
Business Communication
2.5 ECTS
Busniess Administration
2.5 ECTS
Networks
4.25 ECTS
Power Engineering
5 ECTS
Process- and Control Engineering
5 ECTS
Professional Practical Training
14 ECTS
Technical Specialisation - Bachelor Thesis 2
30 Credits
30 Credits
30 Credits
30 Credits
30 Credits
30 Credits
180 Credits

For more information, please click on the course unit in the timetable.

Business and Engineering Career

Today, the shortage of highly-qualified engineers is still an issue, particularly in Austria. Through the interdisciplinary approach of CAMPUS 02’s Degree Programme in Automation Technology students are trained to be able to work in a variety of fields, making them technical generalists. The degree programme’s output has also kept the market demand for versatile automation technologists stable for years, regardless of crises in individual economic areas. The elective modules of the degree programme offer the chance to work in specialised fields. Not only are graduates wanted for large industrial businesses, but also for many small/middle-sized companies with specialised and highly technologically mature products.

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FIELDS OF ACTIVITY

  • Product and application development (design, computer-aided engineering, hard and software design)
  • System integration and production (production planning and scheduling, commissioning, production control)
  • Process optimisation (process planning, system analysis, use of simulations, measurement and control engineering)
  • Measurement data management, acquisition, processing, transfer, visualisation)
  • Trial and test technology (laboratory operations, test bed development and operation)
  • Evaluation and quality management (machine maintenance, resource management, service and repairs)

Views & Voices

Testimonial Nicole Schwaighofer
The degree programme gives you the opportunity to work with experienced lecturers from industry and business and to get to know fellow students from other companies and different professions. Knowledge sharing amongst students is an important additional advantage that the extra-occupational study offers.
Nicole Schwaighofer
Bachelor Graduate 2013, Master Graduate 2015
Order Manager, ELIN Motoren GmbH
I can recommend the Degree Programme in Automation Technology to anyone who wants to advance their technical and social competences as well as expand their specialist knowledge. Students receive broad insight into the three essential pillars of automation technology, can choose to specialise in one of them and adapt their personal soft skills to business demands.
Daniel Supanz
Bachelor Graduate 2016, Student, Master Degree Programme Automation Technology
Project Assistant Mechanical Engineering
Testimonial Daniel Supanz

Team

Head of Degree Programme

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Udo Traussnigg
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Dieter Lutzmayr

Udo Traussnigg

Head of Degree Programme

Coordinator Division Language & Personality
Coordinator Division Natural Sciences
Coordinator Division AutomationTechnology

Dieter Lutzmayr

Deputy Head of Degree Programme

Lecturers & Research Scientists: Full-Time

Ali Abdallah
Christian Gasser
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Dieter Lutzmayr
Portraitfoto von Manfred Pauritsch
Manfred Pauritsch
Photo Matthis Primas
Matthias Primas
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Ioan Turcin

Ali Abdallah

Research Assistant

Christian Gasser

Lecturer & Research Scientist

Coordinator Division Mechanical Engineering

Dieter Lutzmayr

Lecturer & Research Scientist

Coordinator Division Informatics
Coordinator R&D

Manfred Pauritsch

Lecturer & Research Scientist

Coordinator Division Electrical Engineering

+43 316 6002-672

manfred.pauritsch@campus02.at

Office: Office 979 and R&D Lab 973

Matthias Primas

Research Assistant

Ioan Turcin

Research Assistant

Coordinator Internationalisation

Lecturers & Research Scientists: Part-Time

Part-time Lecturers

Part-time Lecturers

Lecturer & Research Scientist

  • Gernot Augustin
  • Johann Bacher
  • Martin Battig
  • Franz Blasge
  • Barbara Böttger
  • Breitfuß
  • Andreas Christandl
  • Jörg Edler
  • Karl Eibisberger
  • Bernd Eichberger
  • Franz Fasch
  • Markus Fasch,
  • Peter Freigassner
  • Johannes Fritz
  • Michael Gadler
  • Bertram Gangl
  • Michael Ganzera
  • Bernhard Giptner
  • Michael Gödl
  • Roswitha Gschweitl
  • Robert Hammer
  • Karl Hartinger
  • Christian Hillebrand
  • Gernot Hofer
  • Adolf Hofmeister
  • Florian Hollomey
  • Monika Hörmann
  • Gerd Hribernig
  • Josef Humer
  • Gabriele Imrich-Schwarz
  • Jutta Isopp
  • Thomas Janics
  • Christian Katschnig
  • Andreas Kebler
  • Markus Kleinhappl
  • Alexandra Kollmitzer
  • Wolfgang Koren
  • Peter Kriegl
  • Johannes Kuchler
  • Andreas Leitner
  • Jörg Lesnik
  • Melissa Maitz
  • Sepp Masswohl
  • Karl Mohr
  • Michael Mörtl
  • Nenad Muskinja
  • Georg Ofner
  • Franz Pampel
  • Paul Pfleger
  • Peter Priller
  • Gerhard Rehn
  • Markus Reiter
  • Vinzenz Sattinger
  • Gerhard Schalk
  • Erhard Semlitsch
  • Sandra Slavinec
  • Bernd Steiner
  • Andrej Stermecki
  • Philipp Stummer
  • Markus Trofaier
  • Dieter Tschermernig
  • Petra Weber
  • Roland Winkler
  • Helmut Wurm
  • Bernhard Zagar

Administration

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Sandra Bernsteiner
(currently on maternity leave)
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Philipp Müller
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Kerstin Oberer
Heidi Schlener
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Michaela Widmoser
(currently on maternity leave)
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Sandra Bernsteiner

Office Manager

Coordinator Student Services BA/MA Coordinator Lecturers

Philipp Müller

Office Manager

Coordinator Study Guidance and Acquisition Coordinator Marketing & PR Coordinator Admission Process BA/MA Coordinator Managementof Diploma Theses and Diploma Examinations Coordinator R&D Project Controlling

Kerstin Oberer

Office Manager

Heidi Schlener

Office Manager

Coordinator Time Recording Students, Graduation Ceremony (BA/MA), Timetables

Michaela Widmoser

Office Manager

Coordinator Marketing & PR Coordinator Admission Process BA/MA Coordinator Managementof Diploma Theses and Diploma Examinations Coordinator R&D Project Controlling

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Project Assistants

Amil Brkic
Paul Färber
Portrait Florian Stangl
Florian Stangl
Thomas Thiebet

Amil Brkic

Research Assistant

Paul Färber

Project Assistant

Florian Stangl

Project Assistant

Thomas Thiebet

Project Assistant

Captains

Gerhard Schiefer
Markus Skof
Mr. Rohringer
Stefan Rohringer
Ralf Dunkel
Michael Engel
Walter Koch

Gerhard Schiefer

Captain

Vice President Global Andritz Automation

Head of Electrical and Automation Department

ANDRITZ AUTOMATION

BA class 2018

Markus Skof

Captain

CEO

Jungheinrich Systemsolutions GmbH

BA class 2017

Stefan Rohringer

Captain

Vice President

Infineon Technologies Austria AG

BA class 2016

Ralf Dunkel

Captain

General Manager Business Unit Painted Body

MAGNA STEYR Fahrzeugtechnik AG & Co KG

BA class 2015

MA class 2018

Michael Engel

Captain

CEO, XAL GmbH

BA class 2014
MA class 2017

 

Walter Koch

Captain

CEO/Managing Partner and Found of LOGICDATA Electronic & Software Entwicklungs GmbH

BA class 2013
MA Class 2016

Heimo Reicher
Stefan Hampel
Maximilian Seidel
Rainer Buchmann
Dominik Brunner
Andreas Gerstenmayer

Heimo Reicher

Captain

CEO, VESCON Systemtechnik GmbH

BA class 2012
MA class 2015

Stefan Hampel

Captain

CEO, HAGE Sondermaschinenbau GmbH & Co KG
BA class 2011
MA class 2014

Maximilian Seidel

Captain

CEO, SEIDEL Elektronik GmbH Nfg. KG

BA class 2010
MA class 2013

Rainer Buchmann

Captain

CEO, SSI Schäfer Peem GmbH

BA class 2009
MA class 2012

Dominik Brunner

Captain

CEO, ELIN Motoren GmbH

BA class 2008
MA class 2011

Andreas Gerstenmayer

Captain

Chairman of the Board, CEO, AT&S

BA class 2007
MA class 2010

Franz Mathi
Gilbert Frizberg
Herbert Wernigg
Herbert Ritter
Franz Strunzl
Franz Salomon

Franz Mathi

Captain

CEO, Knapp Logistik Automation GmbH

BA class 2006
MA class 2009

Gilbert Frizberg

Captain

CEO, Hereschwerke Holding GmbH

BA class 2005
MA class 2008

Herbert Wernigg

Captain

Managing Director, Dewetron GmbH

Diploma class 2004

Herbert Ritter

Captain

CEO, M&R Automation GmbH

Diploma class 2003

Franz Strunzl

Captain

Board Member of Executive Management, Villares Metals S.A.

Diploma class 2002

Franz Salomon

Captain

CEO,Salomon Automation GmbH

Diploma class 2001

Bernd Gruhn

Bernd Gruhn

Captain

CEO, FOCUS-on

Diploma class 2000

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