Technical University of Dortmund - Faculties

Faculties

  1. Faculty of Mathematics
  2. Faculty of Physics
  3. Faculty of Chemistry
  4. Faculty of Computer Science
  5. Faculty of Statistics
  6. Faculty of Biochemical and Chemical Engineering (BCI)
  7. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
  8. Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
  9. Faculty of Spatial Planning
  10. Faculty of Civil Engineering/Architecture
  11. Faculty of Economics/Business and Industrial Sociology
  12. Faculty of Pedagogy and Sociology
  13. Faculty of Special Education/Rehabilitation Sciences
  14. Faculty of Social Sciences, Philosophy and Theology
  15. Faculty of Cultural Studies
  16. Faculty of Art- und Sport Sciences

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