Graduates of this Master Program will be qualified to find employment in a wide range of professions, e.g. as research and development engineer or technical advising manager in industry, at laboratories or universities.
The entire Master Program can be studied in English and takes two years (four semesters) including a master thesis. COMMAS has been designed to be a very compact graduate programme. It attracts also people who already have finished other studies to gain expertise in the promising field of Computational Mechanics of Materials and Structures.
COMMAS grants the following degree: Master of Science in Computational Mechanics of Materials and Structures (M.Sc.).
- The masters degree generally requires a minimum of two academic years of study.
- Program consists of 3 semesters of course work and one semester (6 months) of research, i.e., thesis work. Research can be done either at the residence campus, at one of its partner universities or with an industry partner.
- The curriculum focuses on what is considered to be the future main emphasis of computational mechanics, an area in which the University of Stuttgart ranks high internationally. For further information of the curriculum please refer to the following website.