TUM Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability
The development of sustainable technologies on the one hand and their economic implementation on the other – these are the two major topics that the TUM Campus Straubing brings together as the so-called “Integrative Research Center” of the Technical University of Munich. This requires scientifically and technically trained specialists, chemists, biotechnologists and engineers who also have a broad understanding of the economic and social interrelationships, or economists who understand the language of the technicians.
Based on this approach, research and teaching capacities in Straubing are being systematically expanded. The academic training at the TUM Campus Straubing takes place within the framework of the study courses Bioeconomics (B.Sc. & M.Sc.), Chemical Biotechnology (B.Sc. & M.Sc.), Technology of Biogenic Resources (B.Sc. & M.Sc.), Technology and Management Oriented Business Administration (TUM-BWL, B.Sc.), Biomass Technology (M.Sc.) as well as Bachelor’s and Master’s theses and doctorates.
The Master programmes in Bioeconomics, Chemical Biotechnology and Technology of Biogenic Resources are offered entirely in English. This will make the TUM Campus Straubing interesting for international students as well.