Master’s graduates in Scientific Instrumentation will be qualified to work in industry, in research institutes or as engineering consultants. With their broad knowledge in engineering physics as well as in precision engineering they are especially prepared to perform interdisciplinary work. Their strength is in the application of science knowledge to engineering problems.
A Master’s graduate in Scientific Instrumentation will be able to be the link between pure scientists and engineers in an interdisciplinary workgroup. He or she will be prepared to cope with new application problems by being trained in systematic analysis and diagnosis of a problem as well as in methods of prescribing solutions.