New degree program: Master of Science Information Technologies for the Built Environment

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The range of degree programs at the TUM School of Engineering and Design (ED) is growing: The new Master of Science Information Technologies for the Built Environment is starting this October. The application period begins this Friday (1st of April) and ends on 31st of May.

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The range of degree programs at the TUM School of Engineering and Design (ED) is growing: The new Master of Science Information Technologies for the Built Environment is starting this October. The application period begins this Friday (1st of April) and ends on 31st of May.

Do you want to shape the future of digital planning and construction processes? Are you interested in buildings, city systems, and information technologies and have a bachelor's degree in architecture, civil engineering, geodesy, information technology, or similar? Then the M.Sc. ITBE opens a wide field of opportunities for you.

Digital twins, smart cities, geoinformation systems (GIS), urban and building information modeling (UIM and BIM), design automation, digital fabrication, remote sensing, artificial intelligence, human-computer-interaction; these are just some of the information technologies used to shape the world around us, impacting the liveability of our cities and urban areas. With the increasing digitalization of the building industry and the ever-growing field of possibilities, specialists are needed to bring together parallel developments in information technologies across building disciplines and building scales.

This unique program provides knowledge and competencies on information technologies from architecture, civil engineering, and geodesy. Capture, generate, interpret, utilize, and adapt digital data and information at the interface of different digital systems. Work in interdisciplinary teams to manage, consult on, and create digital components of built environment activities at various stages of the construction lifecycle.

We are excited for the start of this new degree program and look forward to welcoming you in the autumn.

More information about the content and application procedure of the new degree program: http://go.tum.de/352900