Health technology and management


The program is also aimed in particular at prospective students who are interested in the engineering profession, but for whom a classic industrial engineering or mechanical engineering degree is not the right choice.

Health technology is a dynamic and emerging industry with an increasing demand for qualified employees. Health technology includes, for example, the most important current technologies of medical technology, auxiliary technology (rehabilitation technology) and orthopedic technology and offers ever new possibilities to detect diseases in time or to take preventive measures. This often requires an interdisciplinary approach that combines engineering, business and social knowledge and skills to arrive at innovative solutions. The course provides knowledge of manufacturing technologies, such as additive manufacturing and special materials knowledge, as well as skills for business decision-making in the context of product creation or the marketing of innovations. Needless to say, you will also gain knowledge relevant to you from the fields of healthcare and medicine.

So the Health Technology and Management degree program takes a very interdisciplinary approach.

See you - at the modern campus directly on the Baltic Sea!

Fact Sheet


Program Health technology and management
School School of Mechanical Engineering
Starts in winter term
Admission no admission restrictions (see requirements below)
Length of study 7 semesters
Creditpoints 210 ECTS
Degree Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.)
Main language of instruction German

Program Manager

Prof. Dr. Ing.
Steven Dühring

Fertigungstechnik, Werkzeugmaschinen, Qualitätsmanagement, Simulation in Mechanics & Production


+49 3831 45 6554


308, Haus 19

General Student Advice Officer

Christina Wanke



+49 3831 45 6513


117, Haus 1