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Module Handbooks and Exam Regulations

The module handbook describes the modules belonging to the study program, their interdependencies, their learning objectives and the type of success assessment. The scope of each module is characterized by credit points credited upon successful completion of the module.

The module handbook does not replace the course catalog, which informs about the current variable event data (for example, time and place of the course) every semester.

The module handbooks for all study programs are also available online in the new HISinOne campus system in the menu "Studies offered - View module handbooks" or for students logged in via "My studies - my module handbook".

Overview of the semester in the course catalog

For your planning you might want to get a rough overview of all the courses offered in the current semester. You can access a faculty-internal, user-friendly version of the course catalog: http://vvz.tf.uni-freiburg.de/ 

 

Bachelor programs

 

Bachelor Informatik / Computer Science

Start of study in or after winter semester 2018/19

You will find this information under the description of the current degree program for the Bachelor Informatik.

 

Start of study before winter semester 2018/19

Please note:

In the course of a reform of the examination regulations from WS 2018/19, the some courses have shifted from the winter to the summer semester and vice versa.
The following courses changed their semester:

Course old semester new semester
Technische Informatik winter semester summer semester
Theoretische Informatik winter semester summer semester
Graphentheorie winter semester summer semester
Rechnernetze summer semester winter semester
Optimierung summer semester winter semester
Softwarepraktikum summer semester winter semester

 

  

Bachelor Computer Science (Teaching Education or combined with second subject)

 

Start of study in or after winter semester 2018/19

You will find this information under the description of the current degree program for the polyvalent Bachelor Informatik.

 

Start of study before winter semester 2018/19

Please note:

In the course of a reform of the examination regulations from WS 2018/19, the some courses have shifted from the winter to the summer semester and vice versa.
The following courses changed their semester:

Course old semester new semester
Technische Informatik winter semester summer semester
Theoretische Informatik winter semester summer semester
Graphentheorie winter semester summer semester
Rechnernetze summer semester winter semester
Optimierung summer semester winter semester
Softwarepraktikum summer semester winter semester

 

 

Bachelor Mikrosystemtechnik / Microsystems Engineering

 

Start of study in or after winter semester 2018/19

You will find this information under the description of the current degree program for the Bachelor Microsystems Engineering.

 

Start of study between winter semester 2017/18 and winter semester 2018/19

 

Start of study before winter semester 2017/18 

 

Bachelor Embedded System Engineering

 

Start of study in or after winter semester 2018/19

You will find this information under the description of the current degree program for the Bachelor Embedded Systems Engineering.

 

Start of study before winter semester 2018/19

Please note:

In the course of a reform of the examination regulations from WS 2018/19, the some courses have shifted from the winter to the summer semester and vice versa.
The following courses changed their semester:

Course old semester new semester
Technische Informatik winter semester summer semester
Theoretische Informatik winter semester summer semester
Graphentheorie winter semester summer semester
Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen
(merged with Informatik program)
winter semester summer semester
Rechnernetze summer semester winter semester
Optimierung summer semester winter semester
Softwarepraktikum summer semester winter semester

 

The following courses are no longer offered in their previous form, but replaced by new ones:

Old course New course
Mikrosystemtechnik-Bauelemente Sensoren und Aktoren
MST: Technologien und Prozesse Mikrosystemtechnik - Prozesse und Bauelemente

 

 

Bachelor Sustainable Systems Engineering

 

Start of study in or after winter semester 2018/19

You will find this information under the description of the current degree program for the Bachelor Sustainable Systems Engineering.

 

 

Master programs

 

Master Informatik / Computer Science

Master Microsystems Engineering

Master Embedded System Engineering

Master Sustainable System Engineering

 

State Examination degree program

 

State Examination for Teachers' Education in Computer Science (can not be started anymore)

 

The state examination programs for teachers' education have expired and are replaced by the two-level system of a polyvalent two-subject Bachelor followed by a Master of Education.

The previous state examination programs must be completed by July 31, 2021 at the latest.

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