What are examination regulations?
- Algebra and Geometry
- Modelling, Optimizing and Simulation
- Optimization (Optimierung)
- Stochastic and risk management (Stochastik und Risikomanagement)
- A module is a “package” of different events that can contain lectures, exercises or other activities like lab courses. Each semester you must choose different modules that upon passing will earn you a certain amount of study credits (ECTS). You can find a list of all the modules you can take in the current semesters on UnivIS.
- ECTS (European Credit Transfer System): ECTS is a European standard used to compare the workload of different modules. Each module is associated certain number of ECTS. To obtain your degree, you will have to earn a certain amount of ECTS by passing different modules depending on your course. A “large” module consisting of two lectures and one set of exercises per week will usually earn 10 ECTS, whereas small courses like electives or seminars are rated by 5 ECTS. 1 ECTS corresponds to roughly 30 hours of work. The recommended number credits per semester is 30 ECTS.