The program consists of both engineering and pedagogical (and thus humanities) components as well as a selectable second subject (mathematics, physics, sports, history with social studies, economics and business administration).
The composition of the program means that graduates have a multifaceted qualification profile. On the one hand, the course of study represents a deepening of the knowledge already acquired in the field of engineering. However, the essential parts of the study program are the teaching of well-founded vocational pedagogical contents (the examination of the vocational learning and the vocational competence development of people, but also of the social development of the vocational education system and the professions) as well as the study of the minor subject. Through a supervised internship, the graduate has gained further insight into the professional work in the vocational specialization.
The graduate thus has a sound basis for teaching as a teacher at all types of vocational schools. He/she has thus acquired the teaching qualification for the teaching subject corresponding to the specialization and the teaching subject assigned to the minor subject studied. Graduates are also excellently prepared for activities in personnel development thanks to the interdisciplinary orientation of the program.