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The part-time Cyber-Physical Systems master program is modular. Each module is based on the latest insights and developments in the field. You dive into real industry issues. And put your new knowledge and skills directly into practice at your own workplace.

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The modules

In the Cyber-Physical Systems track you take 2 general modules: Applied Control & Systems Modeling. They're compulsory for all tracks of the Master in Engineering Systems. So you'll be joining students from the other tracks. You also choose 2 elective modules from: Big Data & Small Data, Advanced Vehicle Dynamics and Embedded Systems.

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Major project

The final step of the Cyber-Physical Systems program is your major project. Here you investigate an embedded systems issue at your own workplace. Demonstrate your technical knowledge and skills as well as your communication, reporting and presenting skills. You get the support of a HAN staff member and a supervisor from your workplace. 

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Get an inside view of the Sustainable Energy program at HAN. Become a student for a day, join a sample lecture or meet 1:1 with a lecturer or student online. We are currently offering the following activities:

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The master in numbers

    1 dayof classesper week
    12 hoursof self-studyper week
    3 yearsto earn a degreein part-time
    90 creditsaccording to ECTSEuropean Credit Transfer System

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Research Center for Cyber-Physical Systems

Applied research

An important aspect of this master track is applied research. You get to work with classmates and staff on innovative research projects through the HAN Research Center for Cyber-Physical Systems. The Center works together with industry partners on various themes. For example, self-driving (autonomous) cars. Join students from the Automotive Systems track and develop smart vehicles together!


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All you need to know about admission requirements, tuition fees and the application process.

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