No restricted admission.

Start of studies

The program begins each winter semester. Applicants with foreign certificates please apply until 30 April via uni-assist e.V.

Program objectives

The objective of the program is to acquire thorough expertise and the ability to work in accordance with scientific methods, to master the varied demands of professional life in applied practice, research or teaching, and to deal effectively with the frequently changing tasks that arise in the working world. Professional expertise is built in the fields of safety and hazard defence. Graduates possess specific knowledge pertaining to fire, disaster and civil protection, environmental protection, pollution control, cargo protection, explosion protection, safety management, occupational and industrial safety, post-fire investigations and risk analysis.

Degree course content

core subjects

  • Computing
  • mathematics
  • English
  • physics
  • chemistry
  • environmental protection
  • principles of structural engineering
  • structural design
  • fundamentals of electrical engineering
  • fluid dynamics
  • thermodynamics
  • structural fire protection
  • process engineering – pollutant dispersion
  • fundamentals of fire protection
  • psychology
  • law and hazard defence
  • technical risks

free-choice subjects

  • Flood protection
  • radiation protection
  • modelling and simulation
  • workplace health and safety
  • satellite navigation
  • impacts of pollutants
  • extinguishing technology
  • public relations work in fire and disaster protection
  • and others


Placement semester or basic training semester with the fire service in semester 6.

Program taught in:
Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences

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This course is Campus based
Start Date
Oct 2019
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