Bachelor of Engineering – Production and Management

DHBW Production and Management students

What do I need to know about the profession?

DHBW Management and Production students plan and optimise production workflows and warehousing processes.

General

  • Duration of study: 3 years (6 semesters)
  • Required school-leaving qualification:
    University of applied sciences entrance qualification (Fachhochschulreife) or university entrance qualification (Abitur)
  • Partner university: DHBW Ravensburg - Friedrichshafen campus

Further education opportunities

  • Master of Engineering

Activities

  • Application of quality assurance procedures
  • Operation of CAD programs and ERP systems
  • Conducting trials and simulations
  • Identification, development and evaluation of new technologies
  • Participation in the realisation of new solutions for products/methods
  • Participation in the implementation of new solutions for products/methods
  • Planning, coordination, realisation and documentation of projects
  • Planning, organisation and optimisation of production and warehousing processes

Requirements profile

  • Interest in maths and technology
  • Communication skills
  • ability to make contacts
  • Willingness to learn
  • Ability to think logically
  • Spatial sense
  • Systematic way of learning and working
  • Sense of responsibility

What will I learn at the Cooperative State University?

DHBW Production and Management student presents results.

1st and 2nd semester

    • Plant design
    • CAD techniques
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Manufacturing engineering
    • Strength of materials
    • Computer science
    • Engineering design
    • Theory of design
    • Materials laboratory
    • Mathematics
    • Numerics
    • Engineering mechanics
    • Materials
    DHBW Production and Management students control a cast part.

    3rd and 4th semester

    • Work organisation
    • Business administration
    • Electrical measuring of mechanical quantities
    • Development processes
    • Fluid mechanics
    • Measurement technology and statistics
    • Presentation techniques
    • Project management
    • Drive and control technology
    • Thermodynamics
    • Waves and optics
    DHBW Production and Management students explaining a production system

    5th and 6th semester

    • Handling technology
    • Investment and economic efficiency calculation
    • Lean production management
    • Marketing
    • Machine dynamics
    • Material flow systems
    • Material flow technology
    • Quality management
    • Staff Management
    • Production machinery
    • Production planning and control
    • Process technology
    • Computer-aided production
    • Control and automation technology
    • Corporate management

      What will I learn in the specialist departments?

      DHBW Production and Management student presents results.

      Training centre:

      • Basics of metals technology
      • Basics of turning
      • Basics of milling
      • Basics of electrical engineering
      • Basics of control technology

      Project work in one of the following fields:       

      • Plant construction
      • Automation
      • Casting methods - permanent moulds
      • Casting methods - lost moulds
      • Design series products
      • Design cast parts
      • Design operating equipment
      • Logistics
      • Machining
      • Quality management
      • Technical development
      • Testing
      DHBW Production and Management students control a cast part.

      Project work in one of the following fields:       

      • Plant construction
      • Automation
      • Casting methods - permanent moulds
      • Casting methods - lost moulds
      • Design series products
      • Design cast parts
      • Design operating equipment
      • Logistics
      • Machining
      • Quality management
      • Technical development
      • Testing
      DHBW Production and Management students explaining a production system

        Bachelor thesis in one of the following fields:       

        • Plant construction
        • Automation
        • Casting methods - permanent moulds
        • Casting methods - lost moulds
        • Design series products
        • Design cast parts
        • Design operating equipment
        • Logistics
        • Machining
        • Quality management
        • Technical development
        • Testing

        Questions & answers on the application process at Handtmann

        Applications via the online portal are preferred.

        However, you still have the possibility to apply either by post or by mail.

        Send your post application to:

        Handtmann Service GmbH & Co. KG
        Abteilung Ausbildung
        Arthur-Handtmann-Str. 23
        88400 Biberach

        Send your e-mail application to: ausbildung@handtmann.de

        All documents in 1 PDF file <6 MB.

        • Covering letter
        • Full curriculum vitae
        • Last 3 school records
        • Certificates

        The application period for university courses starting in 2018 is from 1st August 2017 to 15th September 2017. You can apply during this period.

        All the university places have been filled for courses starting in 2017.

        You will receive confirmation of receipt after you have sent your application. You will therefore know that your documentation has definitely reached Handtmann.

        Your application documents will then be read personally and considered with respect to suitability by the training team. Therefore it may take a few weeks before you receive a reply. Thank you for your understanding. Even if it may take some time to consider your application, this on no account reflects on your chances of being accepted for the position.

        If your application and the requirements of your career aspiration match, we will invite you for a personal interview. This is usually with the respective instructor.

        Please refer to the Directions section to find out how to get to our locations.

        You will receive a written response to the success of your application in the weeks after the interview. If your application is confirmed, we will send you a trainee contract and further information.

        We ask for your patience. There may be several applicants and a decision can only be reached once all the interviews are complete.

        Of course you can apply again after an unsuccessful application. It is quite possible that a suitable trainee position will be available at a later date or that a skilled worker position is vacant after your training. We look forward to receiving your application.

        Your contacts

        Patrick Schirmer
        Patrick Schirmer
        HR Manager Vocational Training

        Phone: +49 7351 342-2115
        Noah Gnandt
        Noah Gnandt
        Vocational training in business administration

        Phone: +49 7351 342-2123