Module Handbook Digest of the Bachelor's Course of Studies "Social Computing"

Module Handbook for the Bachelor and Master Programmes at the Computer Science Department of the University of Kaiserslautern

Content



Introductory remarks

The module handbook documents the current study program of the bachelor and master programmes at the Computer Science Department of the University of Kaiserslautern.

The study program is structured into modules, classified into courses (with or without recitations), seminars, and projects.

  • Courses cover the coherent presentation and impartment of foundations, core knowledge, specialized knowledge, and concepts of selected areas of computer science.
  • Recitations have the purpose to apply and train the course material by solving related problems.
  • In a seminar, the student familiarizes himself with a specialized computer science topic, by reading of original literature, by presenting the topic to an audience, and by producing a final paper.
  • In a project, the student acquires the ability to work on a larger computer science problem in a small team, applying and training methods and techniques developed in courses.
Seminars and projects are course achievements and can be graded by the lecturers (analogous to "benoteter Schein"). Nevertheless, they are no examination results and therefore no module grades are assigned and they are not considered at the determination of the final grade.

Modules are distinguished into basic modules, core modules, advanced modules, specialization modules, seminar modules, project modules, and minor subject modules.

  • Basic modules impart foundations of computer science.
  • Core modules extend these foundations to a specific area of computer science.
  • Advanced modules broaden and deepen the knowledge of such a specific area. Often, advanced modules are specialization modules that are explicitly allowed for an advanced block of the bachelor programme. Therefore, these modules are listed as specialization modules in the module handbook.
  • Specialization modules impart deepened knowledge of a specific area of computer science.
  • Minor subject modules serve the acquisition of foundations and core knowledge of an application area of computer science.
This module handbook is structured according to these module categories. The module assignments and, in particular, the choices are documented in the study plans of the bachelor and master programmes.

Validity

The module handbook will be updated regularly (at least once every semester).
Only the current verion shown at the websites of our department has to be considered valid.
Concerning modules provided by the Computer Science Department the current module handbook always takes precedence over possibly differing statements given in KIS.

The specified "frequency" of our courses is only point of reference. Please concider the concrete scheduling of the Lectures.

Editorial remarks

Below the Module Handbook is presented as a single, self-contained Webpage.

The KIS-references are only valid if the course takes place in the current semester.

Concerning technical questions please contact Herrn Thees
and concerning content-related aspects please contact Herrn Schürmann.




Overview Major Subject Modules and Courses

Module ID SWS ECTS-CP Level Module name [en]
Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
89-0002 INF-00-02-V-2 4C+2R 8 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Software Development 2
89-0002M INF-00-02-M-2 10 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Software-Entwicklung 2
89-0002Pr INF-00-02-L-2 1P 2 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Projekt zu Software-Entwicklung 2
89-0012 INF-00-12-V-2 4C+2R 8 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Information Systems
89-0013 INF-00-13-V-2 2C+1R 5 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Communication Systems
89-0016 INF-00-16-V-2 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Project Management
89-0031 INF-00-31-V-3 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Web 2.0 Technologies 1 (Principles and Techniques)
89-0032 INF-00-32-V-3 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Web 2.0 Technologies 2 (Services, Security and Privacy)
89-0040 INF-00-40-M-2 10 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Programming 1
89-0041 INF-00-41-M-2 14 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Programming 2
89-0042 INF-00-42-M-3 12 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Web Technology
89-0043 INF-00-43-M-2 10 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Betriebswirtschaftliche Grundlagen
89-0044 INF-00-44-M-3 9 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Ökonomische Grundlagen
89-0045 INF-00-45-M-3 9 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Organisation
89-0046 INF-00-46-M-2 12 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Recht
89-0047 INF-00-47-M-3 12 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Soziologie
89-0049 INF-00-49-M-3 9 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Kommunikation
89-0050 INF-00-50-M-2 6 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Überblick Sozioinformatik
89-0113 INF-01-13-S-4 2S 4 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Seminar zu Informatik und Gesellschaft
Computer Graphics
89-1652 INF-16-52-V-6 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Human Computer Interaction
Information Systems
89-2001 INF-20-01-V-3 4C+2R 8 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Data Base Application
89-2005 INF-20-05-M-3 16 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Databases and Information Systems
Software-Engineering
89-3005 INF-30-05-M-3 10 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Software Engineering 1
89-3012 INF-30-12-L-3 2P 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Projekt Agile Methoden 1
89-3155 INF-31-55-V-6 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Requirements Engineering
Distributed and Communicating Systems
89-4201 INF-42-01-V-3 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Fundamentals of (Internet) Security
89-4252 INF-42-52-V-6 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Network Security
89-4255 INF-42-55-V-6 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Protokolle und Algorithmen zur Netzwerksicherheit
Area Algorithmics and Deduction
89-5703 INF-57-03-V-3 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Models for complex systems I
89-5721 INF-57-21-V-6 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Complex Network Analysis
Intelligent Systems
89-7101 INF-71-01-L-4 5P 10 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Projekt Agile Methoden 2 (Entwicklung von Web 2.0 Anwendungen)
Lehramt, Informatik für Hörer anderer Fachbereiche, MPI-Angebot
89-8010 INF-80-10-V-2 2C+2R 5 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Webbasierte Einführung in die Programmierung
89-8011 INF-80-11-V-2 2C+2R 5 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Objektorientierte Programmierung
89-8012 INF-80-12-V-3 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen
89-8110 INF-81-10-L-4 6P 12 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Bachelor's Thesis
89-8305 INF-83-05-M-2 4 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Freies Wahlfach Sozioinformatik
Other Modules
89-9001 INF-90-01-V-2 1C 2 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Socio-Informatics in Practice
89-9002 INF-90-02-V-4 4C+2R 8 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Formale Grundlagen komplexer Systeme
89-9004 INF-90-04-M-3 19 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Projektarbeit
89-9005 INF-90-05-M-3 8 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Informatik und Gesellschaft
89-9006 INF-90-06-S-2 2S 3 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Einführung in das Recht für Sozioinformatiker
89-9007 INF-90-07-V-2 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Einführung in die Sozioinformatik
89-9105 INF-91-05-S-3 2S 5 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Hausarbeit: Soziale und rechtliche Konsequenzen bei der Einführung
eines IT-Systems

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Overview Minor Subject Modules and Courses

Module ID SWS ECTS-CP Level Module name [en]
80-0100 WIW-INT-WGV-V-1 2C 3 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Wirtschaften in gesellschaftlicher Verantwortung
80-01031c WIW-BWL-AOF-M-1 2C+2R 6 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Arbeit, Organisation und Führung - Organizational Behavior
80-04011 WIW-QMT-DST-M-1 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Statistik I
80-04011a WIW-VWL-SPT-V-1 3C+1R 5 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Spieltheorie
80-06111a WIW-JUR-ZVR-V-1 4C 6 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Zivilrecht
80-09112 WIW-VWL-MIK-V-1 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Microeconomics
80-15031 WIW-JUR-GSR-V-1 2C 3 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Gesellschaftsrecht
80-16010a WIW-BWL-GBWL-V-1 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Grundzüge der Betriebswirtschaftslehre
83-403 SO-04-8.112-V-6 2C 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Informatik und Gesellschaft
83-503 SO-07-14.8009-V-2 2C 3 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie
83-701 SO-09-2.1003-V-1 2C 3 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Einführung in die Soziologie
83-702SS SO-09-6.1006-V-6 2C 3 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Einführung in die Wirtschaftssoziologie
83-703 SO-09-7.1141-V-2 2C 3 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Einführung in die Organisationssoziologie

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Module Descriptions

89-0002 [INF-00-02-V-2]: course (4C+2R) "Software Development 2"

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Module name Software Development 2
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0002
KIS-Entry INF-00-02-V-2 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Peter Liggesmeyer
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (4C+2R), 8 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every summer semester
Required knowledge Software Development 1
Educational objectives The lecture focuses on the detailed treatment of techniques and notations of component-spanning software development. The students learn fundamental techniques that form the basis for modern software engineering.
  • Foundations of project planning
  • Knowledge of interaction between software modules and larger, sequential software systems as well as frameworks
  • Knowledge of important and fundamental terms in design patterns and elementary modelling techniques
Contents
  • Standard process models for software engineering
  • Requirements specification
  • Project planning techniques (MPM networks, Gantt-Diagram, cost calculations)
  • Phases in software development (analysis, design and implementation)
  • Modularisation of programs and software (e.g. functional decomposition, object orientation)
  • Notations for the functionally decomposing software development in the analysis and design phase, e.g. structured analysis, real time analysis, structured design
  • Notations for the object-oriented software development in the analysis and design phase, e.g. UML Program frameworks and their application
  • Important design patterns (composite, observer, façade)
  • Quality assurance and techniques for verification of software
Forms of examination
(prerequisites for final ex.)
  • recitations
Forms of final examination written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
Literature
  • T. Ottmann, P. Widmayer: Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen
  • Mehlhorn K., Datenstrukturen und effiziente Algorithmen. Band 1 Sortieren und Suchen. Teubner, 1988
  • G. Goos: Vorlesung über Informatik. Band 1 und 2
  • M. Broy: Informatik. Eine grundlegende Einführung
  • Poetzsch-Heffter: Konzepte objektorientierter Programmierung
  • G. Krüger: Handbuch der Java-Programmierung
  • Liskov: Program Development in Java
  • E. Gamma, R. Helm, R. Johnson, J. Vlissides: Design Pattern: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software
  • W. Zuser, S. Biffl, T. Grechenig, M. Köhle: Software Engineering mit UML und dem Unified Process
  • Züllighoven H., Object-Oriented Construction Handbook, dpunkt-Verlag 2005
  • Booch G., Rumbaugh J., Jacobson I., The Unified Modeling Language User Guide, Addison-Wesley 1998
  • DeMarco T., Structured Analysis and System Specification, Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall, 1985
  • Liggesmeyer P., Software-Qualität, Spektrum-Verlag Heidelberg, 2002
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Name Department Work group [de]
Prof. Peter Liggesmeyer Computer Science (89) AG Software Engineering: Dependability

89-0002M [INF-00-02-M-2]: Meta-Module "Software-Entwicklung 2"

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Module name Software-Entwicklung 2
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0002M
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Peter Liggesmeyer
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 10 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every summer semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of examination
(prerequisites for final ex.)
  • recitations
Forms of final examination written examination
Literature
Remarks
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Module ID SWS ECTS-CP Level Responsible person Module name [en]
89-0002Pr 1P 2 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Prof. P. Liggesmeyer Projekt zu Software-Entwicklung 2

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Name Department Work group [de]
Prof. Peter Liggesmeyer Computer Science (89) AG Software Engineering: Dependability

89-0002Pr [INF-00-02-L-2]: project (1P) "Projekt zu Software-Entwicklung 2"

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Module name Projekt zu Software-Entwicklung 2
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0002Pr
KIS-Entry INF-00-02-L-2 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Peter Liggesmeyer
presence hours, ECTS-CP project (1P), 2 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every summer semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of examination
(prerequisites for final ex.)
  • recitations
Forms of final examination -
Media types
  • blackboard/flipchart/etc.
  • special software to be used in computer lab.
Literature
Remarks
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Name Department Work group [de]
Prof. Peter Liggesmeyer Computer Science (89) AG Software Engineering: Dependability

89-0012 [INF-00-12-V-2]: course (4C+2R) "Information Systems"

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Module name Information Systems
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0012
KIS-Entry INF-00-12-V-2 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (4C+2R), 8 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every summer semester
Required knowledge Software Development 1
Educational objectives In-depth understanding of tasks and solutions concerning the development of information systems:
  • Information models
  • Use of the standardized database language SQL
  • Transaction concept
  • Business processes and workflows
  • Unstructured and semistructured data management
Contents Information systems are strongly database-oriented applications, often having very many users (thousands and more). They are transaction-processing systems, i.e., they perform their services in many little steps for the concurrently accessing users. At the same time, they must guarantee data integrity and accomplish high throughput together with short response times. Nowadays, information systems typically run on a powerful server and are client/server systems which provide graphical user interfaces, increasingly also via the Internet. However, they are not only dialog systems, but also need batch processing which efficiently performs mass data applications without user dialog:
  • Introduction and fundamental concepts
  • I/O architecture and access (B-/B*-trees)
  • Information models (Entity/Relationship model)
  • Foundations of the relational model
  • The standard language SQL (SQL2)
  • Transaction concept
  • Modeling of business processes
  • Petri nets and workflows
  • Workflow management
  • Unstructured and semi-structured data
Forms of final examination written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
Literature
  • Baumgarten, B.: Petri-Netze - Grundlagen und Anwendungen, Spektrum, 2. Auflage, 1996
  • Elmasri, R., Navathe, S.: Grundlagen von Datenbanksystemen, 3. überarbeitete Auflage, Pearson Studium, 2002
  • Kemper, A., Eickler, A.: Datenbanksysteme - Eine Einführung, 5. Auflage, Oldenbourg, 2004
  • Korth, H.F., Silberschatz, A.: Database System Concepts, 3rd Edition, McGraw-Hill Book Comp., New York, 1997
  • Pernul, G., Unland, R.: Datenbanken im Unternehmen: Analyse, Modellbildung und Einsatz, Oldenbourg-Verlag, 2001
  • Folienkopien des Vorlesungsstoffes;
  • further literature: to be announced in the lecture
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Name Department Work group [de]
Prof. Stefan Deßloch Computer Science (89) AG Heterogene Informationssysteme
Prof. Theo Härder Computer Science (89) AG Datenbanken und Informationssysteme

89-0013 [INF-00-13-V-2]: course (2C+1R) "Communication Systems"

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Module name Communication Systems
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0013
KIS-Entry INF-00-13-V-2 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Jens Schmitt
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 5 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every summer semester
Educational objectives Detailed understanding of the principles, building blocks and inherent design philosophies of modern communication systems, in particular the Internet:
  • Top-down approach through the layered protocol structure of communication systems
  • Basic mechanisms in communication systems, for example congestion control, routing, etc.
  • Design alternatives, for example connection-oriented vs. connectionsless systems, etc.
  • Quantitative understanding of communication systems
Contents
  • Overview on communication systems: terminology, structure, architecture, market
  • Application layer principles and mechanisms with examples like http, email, ftp, DNS
  • Transport layer principles and mechanisms with examples like TCP and UDP
  • Network layer principles and mechanisms with examples like IPv4 addressing, OSPF, BGP
  • Link layer principles and mechanisms with examples like Ethernet, MPLS
  • Physical layer principles as for example Nyquist's and Shannon's theorems
Forms of examination
(prerequisites for final ex.)
  • recitations
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
Literature
  • J. Kurose and K. Ross. Computer Networking - A Top Down Approach Featuring the Internet. Pearson, 2nd Edition, 2003.
  • S. Tanenbaum. Computer Networks. Prentice Hall, 4th edition, 2003.
  • L.L. Peterson and B. Davie. Computer Networks — A Systems Approach. Morgan Kaufmann, 2003.
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Name Department Work group [de]
Prof. Jens Schmitt Computer Science (89) AG Verteilte Systeme

89-0016 [INF-00-16-V-2]: course (3C+1R) "Project Management"

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Module name Project Management
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0016
KIS-Entry INF-00-16-V-2 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Dieter Rombach
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (3C+1R), 6 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every winter semester
Educational objectives Students
  • are capable to find their way in a project,
  • are able to collaborate constructively in a project
  • have the theoretical foundations to lead a project
Contents
  • foundations of project management
  • general introduction, definitions
  • tasks, requirements, and objectives of project management
  • forms of project organisation
  • line organisation, matrix organisation
  • organisation of the project environment
  • phases and contents of software projects
  • tasks and phases during a project
  • requirements, specification, construction, development, integration, test
  • project preparation
  • definition of project goals
  • application, approval
  • estimation: approach, extra costs, Erfahrungswerte, min/max-estimation
  • planning: coarse/fine, milestones, activities, time-limit, resource planning
  • planning as a process
  • team organisation over project phases, team structure, roles in a team
  • handling of supplies
  • relationship between IT-system structuring and team structure
  • project execution
  • management styles
  • controlling, estimation of remaining effort and progress control
  • software management, libraries, repositories
  • information management in a project
  • change management
  • working materials: meetings, protocols, agreements, lists of open topics, project diary, project manual
  • overtime
  • project culture
  • software support for the project management
  • relationship between process models und project management
  • software life cycle
  • process models: water fall, RUP, spiral model, incrementel, prototyping
  • selection of a process model for a project
  • quality assurance
  • quality: notion, quality attributes, constructive/analytical quality assurance
  • planning/constructing quality, organisational measures, roles, reporting
  • risk management
  • special aspects of project management
  • general employers management
  • projects of different size
  • the human factor
  • economical aspects of computer science
Forms of examination
(prerequisites for final ex.)
  • recitations
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
Literature to be announced in the lecture
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Name Department Work group [de]
Dr. Gerhard Pews External Capgemini

89-0031 [INF-00-31-V-3]: course (2C+1R) "Web 2.0 Technologies 1 (Principles and Techniques)"

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Module name Web 2.0 Technologies 1 (Principles and Techniques)
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0031
KIS-Entry INF-00-31-V-3 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Dr. Joachim Thees
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every winter semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of examination
(prerequisites for final ex.)
  • recitations
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • special software to be used in computer lab.
Literature
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Dr. Joachim Thees Computer Science (89) Service-Center Informatik (SCI)

89-0032 [INF-00-32-V-3]: course (2C+1R) "Web 2.0 Technologies 2 (Services, Security and Privacy)"

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Module name Web 2.0 Technologies 2 (Services, Security and Privacy)
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0032
KIS-Entry INF-00-32-V-3 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Dr. Joachim Thees
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every summer semester
Required knowledge Web 2.0 Technologies 1
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of examination
(prerequisites for final ex.)
  • recitations
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • special software to be used in computer lab.
Literature
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Dr. Joachim Thees Computer Science (89) Service-Center Informatik (SCI)

89-0040 [INF-00-40-M-2]: Meta-Module "Programming 1"

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Module name Programming 1
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0040
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Arnd Poetzsch-Heffter
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 10 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge none
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination written examination
Remarks
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89-8010 2C+2R 5 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] apl. Prof. A. Ebert Webbasierte Einführung in die Programmierung
89-8011 2C+2R 5 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] apl. Prof. A. Ebert Objektorientierte Programmierung

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89-0041 [INF-00-41-M-2]: Meta-Module "Programming 2"

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Module name Programming 2
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0041
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Arnd Poetzsch-Heffter
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 14 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination written examination
Remarks
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Module ID SWS ECTS-CP Level Responsible person Module name [en]
89-0002M 10 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Prof. P. Liggesmeyer Software-Entwicklung 2
89-8012 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] apl. Prof. A. Ebert Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen

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89-0042 [INF-00-42-M-3]: Meta-Module "Web Technology"

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Module name Web Technology
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0042
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Dr. Joachim Thees
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 12 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge None.
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Remarks
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89-0031 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Dr. J. Thees Web 2.0 Technologies 1 (Principles and Techniques)
89-0032 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Dr. J. Thees Web 2.0 Technologies 2 (Services, Security and Privacy)
89-1652 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] apl. Prof. A. Ebert Human Computer Interaction

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89-0043 [INF-00-43-M-2]: Meta-Module "Betriebswirtschaftliche Grundlagen"

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Module name Betriebswirtschaftliche Grundlagen
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0043
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 10 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Remarks
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80-04011 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. S. Deßloch Statistik I
80-16010a 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. S. Deßloch Grundzüge der Betriebswirtschaftslehre

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89-0044 [INF-00-44-M-3]: Meta-Module "Ökonomische Grundlagen"

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Module name Ökonomische Grundlagen
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0044
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 9 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination written examination
Remarks
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80-04011a 3C+1R 5 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. S. Deßloch Spieltheorie
80-09112 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. S. Deßloch Microeconomics

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89-0045 [INF-00-45-M-3]: Meta-Module "Organisation"

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Module name Organisation
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0045
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 9 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination written examination
Remarks
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80-0100 2C 3 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Prof. S. Deßloch Wirtschaften in gesellschaftlicher Verantwortung
80-01031c 2C+2R 6 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. S. Deßloch Arbeit, Organisation und Führung - Organizational Behavior

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89-0046 [INF-00-46-M-2]: Meta-Module "Recht"

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Module name Recht
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0046
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 12 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Remarks
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80-06111a 4C 6 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. S. Deßloch Zivilrecht
80-15031 2C 3 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. S. Deßloch Gesellschaftsrecht
89-9006 2S 3 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Prof. K. Zweig Einführung in das Recht für Sozioinformatiker

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89-0047 [INF-00-47-M-3]: Meta-Module "Soziologie"

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Module name Soziologie
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0047
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 12 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination written examination
Remarks
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83-702SS 2C 3 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. A. Dengel Einführung in die Wirtschaftssoziologie
83-703 2C 3 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. A. Dengel Einführung in die Organisationssoziologie

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89-0049 [INF-00-49-M-3]: Meta-Module "Kommunikation"

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Module name Kommunikation
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0049
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Jens Schmitt
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 9 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Educational objectives
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Remarks
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Module ID SWS ECTS-CP Level Responsible person Module name [en]
89-0013 2C+1R 5 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Prof. J. Schmitt Communication Systems
89-4201 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. J. Schmitt Fundamentals of (Internet) Security

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89-0050 [INF-00-50-M-2]: Meta-Module "Überblick Sozioinformatik"

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Module name Überblick Sozioinformatik
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0050
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 6 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every winter semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Literature
Remarks
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Module ID SWS ECTS-CP Level Responsible person Module name [en]
89-9001 1C 2 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Prof. K. Zweig Socio-Informatics in Practice
89-9007 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Prof. K. Zweig Einführung in die Sozioinformatik

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89-0113 [INF-01-13-S-4]: seminar (2S) "Seminar zu Informatik und Gesellschaft"

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Module name Seminar zu Informatik und Gesellschaft
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0113
KIS-Entry INF-01-13-S-4 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Mandatory Modules for Bachelor´s Course of Studies
Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
presence hours, ECTS-CP seminar (2S), 4 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Advanced Level)   [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination presentation and final paper
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
Literature
Remarks
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89-1652 [INF-16-52-V-6]: course (2C+1R) "Human Computer Interaction"

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Module name Human Computer Interaction
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 1652
KIS-Entry INF-16-52-V-6 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Computer Graphics
Responsible person apl. Prof. Achim Ebert
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
Frequency every year
Educational objectives Students
  • have an overview of the state-of-the-art in human computer interaction (HCI)
  • can design human-centered man-machine interfaces and prototypically implement them
  • can design and perform evaluations for hard- and software systems
Contents

The course introduces students to the theory and applications of human computer interaction (HCI). Students should achieve an understanding of human perception and psychology related to HCI, as well as learn about concepts and methods of interactive systems. The course builds on theoretical principles and numerous examples from research and practice.

Thematic priorities are:

  • Goals and fundamentals of human computer interaction
  • Human perception and cognition: fundamentals, preattentive perception
  • Relations between psychology and interaction design
  • Hardware used for man-machine interaction (I/O-devices)
  • Human-centered approaches
  • Usability: definitions and standards, measuring usability
  • User Analysis – User Modeling, Task Analysis – Task Modeling
  • Interaction models, interaction styles
  • Scalability
  • Interaction metaphors: basics, examples
  • Evaluation: methods, techniques, basics

In the exercises, the lecture topics will be deepened and expanded. For this, the students work through current, lecture-related publications of the most important HCI conferences (e.g., CHI, UIST, IUI, Interact). Second, the prototypical implementation (from paper mock-up to concrete implementation, e.g., in Flash or HTML5) and evaluation of user interfaces is practiced in small groups.

Forms of examination
(prerequisites for final ex.)
  • recitations
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • printed script
  • script for downloading (as PDF)
Literature
  • Buxton: Sketching User Experience
  • Dix, Finlay, Abowd, Beale : Human-Computer Interaction
  • Kerren, Ebert, Meyer: Human-Centered Visualization Environments
  • Maeda: The Laws of Simplicity
  • Sharp, Rogers, Preece: Interaction Design
Remarks Only for students who have not attended the HCI lecture in their BSc studies.
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Name Department Work group [de]
apl. Prof. Achim Ebert Computer Science (89) Computergrafik und HCI

89-2001 [INF-20-01-V-3]: course (4C+2R) "Data Base Application"

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Module name Data Base Application
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 2001
KIS-Entry INF-20-01-V-3 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Information Systems
Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (4C+2R), 8 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every winter semester
Required knowledge Information Systems
Educational objectives
  • Knowlwdge of basic principles and methods for the application of DB systems .
  • Acquisition of abilities and skills for database administrator and DB-application developer for the design, installation, and maintenance of databases as well as programming and compilation of DB programs, in particular based on the relational model and SQL, object-oriented and object-relational data models related to the standards ODMG and SQL:1999/2003
Contents
  • Requirements for and description models of DBMS
  • Logical DB design
  • Tables and views
  • Application programming interfaces
  • Tasks of transaction management
  • Theory of serializability
  • Synchronization methods
  • Logging and recovery
  • Integrity control and active behavior
  • Data security and access control
  • Object orientation and databases
  • Storing and processing of large objects
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
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Literature
  • R. Elmasri, S. B. Navathe: Grundlagen von Datenbanksystemen, 3. Auflage, Pearson Studium, 2002
  • T. Härder, E. Rahm: Datenbanksysteme - Konzepte und Techniken der Implementierung (2. Auflage), Springer, Berlin, 2001
  • Kemper, A. Eickler: Datenbanksysteme - Eine Einführung (5. Auflage), Oldenbourg, München, 2004
  • Folienkopien des Vorlesungsstoffes
  • further literature: to be announced in the lecture
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Prof. Theo Härder Computer Science (89) AG Datenbanken und Informationssysteme

89-2005 [INF-20-05-M-3]: Meta-Module "Databases and Information Systems"

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Module name Databases and Information Systems
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 2005
Section Information Systems
Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 16 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Remarks
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Module ID SWS ECTS-CP Level Responsible person Module name [en]
89-0012 4C+2R 8 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Prof. S. Deßloch Information Systems
89-2001 4C+2R 8 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. S. Deßloch Data Base Application

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89-3005 [INF-30-05-M-3]: Meta-Module "Software Engineering 1"

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Module name Software Engineering 1
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 3005
Section Software-Engineering
Responsible person Prof. Dieter Rombach
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 10 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination written examination
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89-0016 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Prof. D. Rombach Project Management
89-3155 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. D. Rombach Requirements Engineering

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89-3012 [INF-30-12-L-3]: project (2P) "Projekt Agile Methoden 1"

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Module name Projekt Agile Methoden 1
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 3012
KIS-Entry INF-30-12-L-3 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Software-Engineering
Responsible person Dr. Jörg Dörr
presence hours, ECTS-CP project (2P), 4 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Examination prerequisites
Forms of final examination presentation
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  • special software to be used in computer lab.
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Dr. Jörg Dörr Computer Science (89) Fraunhofer Institut für Experimentelles Software Engineering (IESE)

89-3155 [INF-31-55-V-6]: course (2C+1R) "Requirements Engineering"

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Module name Requirements Engineering
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 3155
KIS-Entry INF-31-55-V-6 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Software-Engineering
Responsible person Prof. Dieter Rombach
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge
  • Specification Techniques (UML class diagrams, MSC, SDL)
  • Foundations of Software Engineering
Educational objectives Acquisition of knowledge and capabilities for the engineering-based perfomance of requirements processes:
  • Methods for the acquisition/elicitation of requirements
  • Techniques for modeling/specification of requirements
  • Techniques and methods for managing requirements
  • Special techniques and methods for specifying and managing requirements in a product line context
Contents
  • Elicitation techniques for gathering user requirements
  • Approaches for modelling customer requirements (modeling techniques and processes)
  • Transformation of customer requirements to developer requirements (functional / non-functional requirements)
  • Negotiation and priorization of requirements
  • Variability management for requirements in a product line context
  • Scoping of requirements
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
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  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
Literature
  • Cockburn. Writing Effective Use Cases, Addison-Wesley, 2001.
  • S. Robertson, J. Robertson, Mastering the Requirements Process, Addison-Wesley, 2002.
  • S. Lauesen: Software Requirements, Addison-Wesley, 2002
Remarks
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Prof. Dieter Rombach Computer Science (89) AG Software Engineering

89-4201 [INF-42-01-V-3]: Meta-Module (2C+1R) "Fundamentals of (Internet) Security"

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Module name Fundamentals of (Internet) Security
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 4201
Section Distributed and Communicating Systems
Responsible person Prof. Jens Schmitt
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every winter semester
Educational objectives Students have
  • knowledge of theoretical as well as practical aspects of security in distributed systems
  • skills to apply cryptographic fundamentals in fixed as well as in wireless and mobile systems.
Contents See refered lectures.
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
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  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
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89-4252 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. J. Schmitt Network Security
89-4255 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. J. Schmitt Protokolle und Algorithmen zur Netzwerksicherheit

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89-4252 [INF-42-52-V-6]: course (2C+1R) "Network Security"

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Module name Network Security
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 4252
KIS-Entry INF-42-52-V-6 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Distributed and Communicating Systems
Responsible person Prof. Jens Schmitt
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
Frequency every two years
Required knowledge Communication Systems
Educational objectives Students have
  • knowledge of theoretical as well as practical aspects of security in distributed systems
  • skills to apply cryptographic fundamentals in fixed as well as in wireless and mobile systems.
Contents
  • History of secure communications
  • Symmetric cryptography: DES, 3DES, AES
  • Asymmetric cryptography: RSA, Diffie-Hellman, El Gamal
  • Cryptographic protocols: Needham-Schroeder, Kerberos, X.509
  • Security protocols in the link layer: PPP, EAP, PPTP, L2TP
  • Security protocols in the network layer: IPSec
  • Security protocols in the transport layer: SSL/TLS, SSH
  • Security in mobile systems
  • Security in WLAN
  • Security in wireless sensor networks
Examination prerequisites Communication Systems / none
Forms of examination
(prerequisites for final ex.)
  • recitations
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
Literature
  • G. Schäfer: Netzsicherheit, dpunkt Verlag, 2003.
  • B. Schneier: Applied Cryptography, John Wiley & Sons, 2nd Edition, 1996.
  • J. Buchmann: Einführung in die Kryptographie, Springer-Verlag, 1999.
Remarks This course has been renamed from "Security in Distributed Systems".
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Prof. Jens Schmitt Computer Science (89) AG Verteilte Systeme

89-4255 [INF-42-55-V-6]: course (2C+1R) "Protokolle und Algorithmen zur Netzwerksicherheit"

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Module name Protokolle und Algorithmen zur Netzwerksicherheit
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 4255
KIS-Entry INF-42-55-V-6 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Distributed and Communicating Systems
Responsible person Prof. Jens Schmitt
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
Frequency every two years
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of examination
(prerequisites for final ex.)
  • recitations
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
Literature
Remarks
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Prof. Jens Schmitt Computer Science (89) AG Verteilte Systeme

89-5703 [INF-57-03-V-3]: course (2C+1R) "Models for complex systems I"

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Module name Models for complex systems I
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 5703
KIS-Entry INF-57-03-V-3 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Area Algorithmics and Deduction
Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every summer semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination oral examination
Media types
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Literature
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Name Department Work group [de]
Prof. Paul Lukowicz Computer Science (89) AG Künstliche Intelligenz
Prof. Katharina Zweig Computer Science (89) AG Graphentheorie und Netzwerkanalyse

89-5721 [INF-57-21-V-6]: course (2C+1R) "Complex Network Analysis"

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Module name Complex Network Analysis
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 5721
KIS-Entry INF-57-21-V-6 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Area Algorithmics and Deduction
Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
Frequency irregular
Required knowledge Algorithms and data structures.
Educational objectives Students learn how complex systems from biology, physics, psychology, computer science, geoegraphy and other disciplines can be modeled and analyzed as graphs. The focus in the lecture is on how to choose the best representation and the best methods, and a thorough interpretation of the results. In the exercises, the students will learn to analyse large networks (from, e.g., Facebook, MovieLens, email contact networks, biological networks, etc.) in the open-source programming environment R (no prior experience necessary – we will explain how to use R).
Contents
  • Introduction: small-worlds, network motifs, graph mining, and the Königsberger bridge problem.
  • Graph theoretical definitions Network models and random graphs
  • Project design in network analysis
  • Centrality measures
  • Clustering algorithms I + II
  • Algorithms for network motifs
  • One-mode projections of bipartite graphs
  • Machine learning in network analysis
Forms of examination
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  • recitations
Forms of final examination oral examination
Media types
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Literature e.g.:
  • U. Brandes, T. Erlebach (editors) : Network analysis – methodological foundations, Springer Verlag, 2005
  • D. Easley and J. Kleinberg, „Networks, Crowds, and Markets”, Cambridge University Press, 2010
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Name Department Work group [de]
Prof. Katharina Zweig Computer Science (89) AG Graphentheorie und Netzwerkanalyse

89-7101 [INF-71-01-L-4]: project (5P) "Projekt Agile Methoden 2 (Entwicklung von Web 2.0 Anwendungen)"

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Module name Projekt Agile Methoden 2 (Entwicklung von Web 2.0 Anwendungen)
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 7101
KIS-Entry INF-71-01-L-4 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Intelligent Systems
Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
presence hours, ECTS-CP project (5P), 10 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Bachelor (Advanced Level)   [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every year
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination presentation
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89-8010 [INF-80-10-V-2]: course (2C+2R) "Webbasierte Einführung in die Programmierung"

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Module name Webbasierte Einführung in die Programmierung
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 8010
KIS-Entry INF-80-10-V-2 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Lehramt, Informatik für Hörer anderer Fachbereiche, MPI-Angebot
Responsible person apl. Prof. Achim Ebert
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+2R), 5 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every winter semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of examination
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  • recitations
Forms of final examination written examination
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  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
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Name Department Work group [de]
apl. Prof. Achim Ebert Computer Science (89) Computergrafik und HCI

89-8011 [INF-80-11-V-2]: course (2C+2R) "Objektorientierte Programmierung"

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Module name Objektorientierte Programmierung
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 8011
KIS-Entry INF-80-11-V-2 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Lehramt, Informatik für Hörer anderer Fachbereiche, MPI-Angebot
Responsible person apl. Prof. Achim Ebert
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+2R), 5 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every summer semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of examination
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  • recitations
Forms of final examination written examination
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Name Department Work group [de]
apl. Prof. Achim Ebert Computer Science (89) Computergrafik und HCI

89-8012 [INF-80-12-V-3]: course (2C+1R) "Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen"

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Module name Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 8012
KIS-Entry INF-80-12-V-3 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Lehramt, Informatik für Hörer anderer Fachbereiche, MPI-Angebot
Responsible person apl. Prof. Achim Ebert
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every winter semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of examination
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  • recitations
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
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  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
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Name Department Work group [de]
Dr. Annette Bieniusa Computer Science (89)
Dr. habil. Bernd Schürmann Computer Science (89) Dekanat Informatik
Prof. Katharina Zweig Computer Science (89) AG Graphentheorie und Netzwerkanalyse

89-8110 [INF-81-10-L-4]: project (6P) "Bachelor's Thesis"

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Module name Bachelor's Thesis
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 8110
KIS-Entry INF-81-10-L-4 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Lehramt, Informatik für Hörer anderer Fachbereiche, MPI-Angebot
Responsible person Prof. Klaus Schneider
presence hours, ECTS-CP project (6P), 12 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Bachelor (Advanced Level)   [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency irregular
Required knowledge Depends on the theisis' topic.
Educational objectives With the Bachelor's project the student shall show that she/he is able to solve a problem in the field of computer science with guidance in a fixed time frame. Furthermore, the student has to show that she/he can present the results of the work in a thesis.
Contents Individual project definition.
Examination prerequisites All compulsory modules and at least 120 ECTS-CP.
Forms of final examination presentation and final paper
Media types
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  • special software to be used in computer lab.
Literature Depends on the topic of the work.
Remarks Independent project. Even if the work is done in a group, the thesis must show the individual contribution of the student.

In the study program "Socioinformatics" the socioinformatics topic has to be confirmed by the program coordinator.

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89-8305 [INF-83-05-M-2]: "Freies Wahlfach Sozioinformatik"

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Module name Freies Wahlfach Sozioinformatik
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 8305
KIS-Entry INF-83-05-M-2 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Lehramt, Informatik für Hörer anderer Fachbereiche, MPI-Angebot
Responsible person Dr. habil. Bernd Schürmann
presence hours, ECTS-CP , 4 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination -
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89-9001 [INF-90-01-V-2]: course (1C) "Socio-Informatics in Practice"

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Module name Socio-Informatics in Practice
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 9001
KIS-Entry INF-90-01-V-2 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Other Modules
Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (1C), 2 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every winter semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination -
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Prof. Katharina Zweig Computer Science (89) AG Graphentheorie und Netzwerkanalyse

89-9002 [INF-90-02-V-4]: Meta-Module (4C+2R) "Formale Grundlagen komplexer Systeme"

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Module name Formale Grundlagen komplexer Systeme
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 9002
Section Other Modules
Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module (4C+2R), 8 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Advanced Level)   [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Literature
Remarks
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Module ID SWS ECTS-CP Level Responsible person Module name [en]
89-5703 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. K. Zweig Models for complex systems I
89-5721 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. K. Zweig Complex Network Analysis

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89-9004 [INF-90-04-M-3]: Meta-Module "Projektarbeit"

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Module name Projektarbeit
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 9004
Section Other Modules
Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 19 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination -
Literature
Remarks
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Module ID SWS ECTS-CP Level Responsible person Module name [en]
89-3012 2P 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Dr. J. Dörr Projekt Agile Methoden 1
89-7101 5P 10 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. A. Dengel Projekt Agile Methoden 2 (Entwicklung von Web 2.0 Anwendungen)
89-9105 2S 5 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. K. Zweig Hausarbeit: Soziale und rechtliche Konsequenzen bei der Einführung
eines IT-Systems

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89-9005 [INF-90-05-M-3]: Meta-Module "Informatik und Gesellschaft"

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Module name Informatik und Gesellschaft
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 9005
Section Other Modules
Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 8 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Advanced Level)   [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every year
Educational objectives
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
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Module ID SWS ECTS-CP Level Responsible person Module name [en]
83-403 2C 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. A. Dengel Informatik und Gesellschaft
89-0113 2S 4 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. K. Zweig Seminar zu Informatik und Gesellschaft

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89-9006 [INF-90-06-S-2]: seminar (2S) "Einführung in das Recht für Sozioinformatiker"

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Module name Einführung in das Recht für Sozioinformatiker
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 9006
KIS-Entry INF-90-06-S-2 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Other Modules
Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
presence hours, ECTS-CP seminar (2S), 3 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every winter semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
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Literature
Remarks
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89-9007 [INF-90-07-V-2]: course (2C+1R) "Einführung in die Sozioinformatik"

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Module name Einführung in die Sozioinformatik
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 9007
KIS-Entry INF-90-07-V-2 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Other Modules
Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every winter semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
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Name Department Work group [de]
Prof. Katharina Zweig Computer Science (89) AG Graphentheorie und Netzwerkanalyse

89-9105 [INF-91-05-S-3]: seminar (2S) "Hausarbeit: Soziale und rechtliche Konsequenzen bei der Einführung eines IT-Systems"

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Module name Hausarbeit: Soziale und rechtliche Konsequenzen bei der Einführung eines IT-Systems
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 9105
KIS-Entry INF-91-05-S-3 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Other Modules
Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
presence hours, ECTS-CP seminar (2S), 5 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination presentation and final paper
Media types
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Literature
Remarks The socioinformatics topic has to be confirmed by the program coordinator.
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Prof. Katharina Zweig Computer Science (89) AG Graphentheorie und Netzwerkanalyse

80-0100 [WIW-INT-WGV-V-1]: course (2C) "Wirtschaften in gesellschaftlicher Verantwortung"

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Module name Wirtschaften in gesellschaftlicher Verantwortung
Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 0100
KIS-Entry WIW-INT-WGV-V-1 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C), 3 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
Frequency every winter semester
Educational objectives
Contents
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80-01031c [WIW-BWL-AOF-M-1]: course (2C+2R) "Arbeit, Organisation und Führung - Organizational Behavior"

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Module name Arbeit, Organisation und Führung - Organizational Behavior
Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 01031c
KIS-Entry WIW-BWL-AOF-M-1 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+2R), 6 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Advanced Level)   [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every summer semester
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination written examination
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80-04011 [WIW-QMT-DST-M-1]: course (2C+1R) "Statistik I"

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Module name Statistik I
Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 04011
KIS-Entry WIW-QMT-DST-M-1 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination written examination
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80-04011a [WIW-VWL-SPT-V-1]: course (3C+1R) "Spieltheorie"

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Module name Spieltheorie
Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 04011a
KIS-Entry WIW-VWL-SPT-V-1 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (3C+1R), 5 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
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80-06111a [WIW-JUR-ZVR-V-1]: course (4C) "Zivilrecht"

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Module name Zivilrecht
Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 06111a
KIS-Entry WIW-JUR-ZVR-V-1 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (4C), 6 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Advanced Level)   [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
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80-09112 [WIW-VWL-MIK-V-1]: course (2C+1R) "Microeconomics"

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Module name Microeconomics
Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 09112
KIS-Entry WIW-VWL-MIK-V-1 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language English
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents The lecture consists of three block, essentially covering consumer theory, theory of the firm and market forms and market results.
Forms of final examination written examination
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Literature
Remarks Lectures ans exercises have numbers VWL-MIK-1 and VWL-MIK-2.
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80-15031 [WIW-JUR-GSR-V-1]: course (2C) "Gesellschaftsrecht"

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Module name Gesellschaftsrecht
Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 15031
KIS-Entry WIW-JUR-GSR-V-1 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C), 3 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every semester
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Educational objectives
Contents
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80-16010a [WIW-BWL-GBWL-V-1]: course (3C+1R) "Grundzüge der Betriebswirtschaftslehre"

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Module name Grundzüge der Betriebswirtschaftslehre
Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 16010a
KIS-Entry WIW-BWL-GBWL-V-1 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (3C+1R), 6 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every winter semester
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination written examination
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83-403 [SO-04-8.112-V-6]: course (2C) "Informatik und Gesellschaft"

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Module name Informatik und Gesellschaft
Department, Module ID Social Sciences (83) – 403
KIS-Entry SO-04-8.112-V-6 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C), 4 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination oral examination
Literature
Remarks
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83-503 [SO-07-14.8009-V-2]: course (2C) "Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie"

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Module name Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie
Department, Module ID Social Sciences (83) – 503
KIS-Entry SO-07-14.8009-V-2 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C), 3 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every semester
Contents
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
Literature
Remarks
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83-701 [SO-09-2.1003-V-1]: course (2C) "Einführung in die Soziologie"

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Module name Einführung in die Soziologie
Department, Module ID Social Sciences (83) – 701
KIS-Entry SO-09-2.1003-V-1 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C), 3 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every winter semester
Contents
Forms of final examination -
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
Literature
Remarks
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83-702SS [SO-09-6.1006-V-6]: course (2C) "Einführung in die Wirtschaftssoziologie"

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Module name Einführung in die Wirtschaftssoziologie
Department, Module ID Social Sciences (83) – 702SS
KIS-Entry SO-09-6.1006-V-6 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C), 3 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every summer semester
Contents
Forms of final examination -
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
Literature
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83-703 [SO-09-7.1141-V-2]: course (2C) "Einführung in die Organisationssoziologie"

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Module name Einführung in die Organisationssoziologie
Department, Module ID Social Sciences (83) – 703
KIS-Entry SO-09-7.1141-V-2 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C), 3 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every summer semester
Contents
Forms of final examination -
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
Literature
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