The Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering (D-MAVT) offers several Master's Programs, also in cooperation with other departments or with another university.
A total of seven Master's Programs are offered through D-MAVT. The Master in Mechanical Engineering and Process Engineering are consecutive programs, following the Bachelor's degree. All other Master's Programs are specialized and are offered in conjunction with other departments at the ETH Zurich. The Master in Nuclear Engineering is offered in cooperation with the EPF Lausanne.
The Master in Mechanical Engineering integrates in-depth knowledge of core areas in mechanical engineering such as mechanics, thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, materials and manufacturing science, control systems, and product development. This integration is critical for multidisciplinary areas such as aerospace engineering, production systems, robotics, micro and nanotechnologies, and energy systems. Website
The Master in Process Engineering offers students a broad education. It provides the ideal profile for playing a key role in addressing issues such as new materials and production technologies, sustainable energy systems, technologies to investigate climate change, pollution prevention, and processes for the food and pharmaceutical industries. Website
Products and systems are becoming increasingly interdisciplinary and complex, involving key technologies from across multiple engineering disciplines. The program offers an interdisciplinary education including courses from mechanical engineering, electronics, materials sciences and physics. Website
The Master in Robotics, Systems and Control combines various disciplines of engineering science. It thus offers students a unique learning environment and a multidisciplinary education, allowing them to develop innovative and intelligent products and systems to meet today's challenges: energy supply, environment, health and mobility. Website
Nuclear engineering is a high tech sector. The entire energy generation chain is highly complex, not least because of the comprehensive safety technology and safety culture it entails. The program is therefore very interdisciplinary and prepares students for the diversity in research and industry in the area of nuclear technology. Website
The Master's Program in Biomedical Engineering has been created to meet the growing need for interdisciplinary scientists trained to work at the interface between biology, medicine and engineering. The preeminent goal is to solve human health challenges through advances in diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. Website
The Master in Energy Science and Technology is inspired by the need to realize solutions for a sustainable energy system: one which is environmentally friendly, dependable, characterized by low risk, economically and socially acceptable, and robust in the face of natural events. Website
The Master in Integrated Building Systems provides a science-based education in building systems and technologies, with a strong emphasis on the energy performance and the environmental impacts of buildings. Website
The Master's Program in Science, Technology and Policy will equip students originating from natural sciences and engineering curricula with skills for analyzing complex societal problems at the interface of science, technology, and policy. Website
Additional Master's Programs:
The Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering also allows students to pursue the following Master's Programs at ETH Zurich (in which D-MAVT is not an active partner):