Department of Building, Energy & Society

Mobility Technologies

After Graduation


Career prospects

Over the coming decades, experts with an innovative and technological approach to solving the problems of climate change and environmental impacts will shape the way we live in the future. As a result of this practical and interdisciplinary programme, graduates will be qualified to apply these management strategies in a variety of industrial applications, in public administration, and in project management.

Graduates of the master’s degree programme in Energy and Transport Management, with the specialization in Mobility Technologies are highly skilled individuals with a strong focus on project planning and management and work in a variety of disciplines. Classical green jobs include traffic planning, mobility consultancy, project management, e-mobility or logistics management.

My vision as a teenager was to work in a job where I could contribute something positive to society. My interest in traffic planning and mobility research developed in connection with environmental protection during my bachelor’s education. My career as a traffic planner at Verkehrplus was only made possible through my master studies Energy and Transport Management.

Jürgen Sorger, Bsc MSc, Traffic planner and mobility researcher at Verkehrplus

This programme equips our graduates with the qualifications necessary for successful entry into a professional career. Graduates of the programme can also advance to doctoral studies, and follow an academic career path.