Module Handbook Digest of the Master'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
89-0172 INF-01-72-S-7 2S 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Seminar/Reading Course in Socioinformatics
89-0182 INF-01-82-L-7 4P 8 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Project in Socioinformatics
Computer Graphics
89-1852 INF-18-52-V-6 2C 3 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Information Visualization for Socioinformatics
Software-Engineering
89-3001 INF-30-01-V-3 4C+2R 8 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Foundations of Software Engineering
89-3002 INF-30-02-V-3 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Foundations of Software Engineering 1
89-3003 INF-30-03-V-3 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Foundations of Software Engineering 2
89-3051 INF-30-51-M-6 12 [Master (Anfänger)] Software Engineering 2
89-3131 INF-31-31-V-6 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Software Project and Process Management
89-3151 INF-31-51-V-7 2C+1R 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Process Modeling
89-3152 INF-31-52-V-7 2C+1R 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Product Line Engineering
89-3153 INF-31-53-V-7 2C+1R 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Empirical Model Formation and Methods
89-3352 INF-33-52-V-7 2C+1R 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Quality Management of Software and Systems
89-3355 INF-33-55-V-7 2C+1R 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Software Quality Assurance
Area Algorithmics and Deduction
89-5751 INF-57-51-V-6 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Formale Modellierung komplexer Systeme 2
Intelligent Systems
89-7002 INF-70-02-V-3 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Lernen und Wahrnehmen
89-7051 INF-70-51-M-6 12 [Master (Anfänger)] Intelligent Systems
89-7153 INF-71-53-V-7 2C+1R 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Semantic Technologies: Foundations, Methods, and Applications
89-7156 INF-71-56-V-6 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Applications of Artificial Intelligence
89-7158 INF-71-58-V-7 2C+1R 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Collaborative Intelligence
89-7159 INF-71-59-V-6 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Intelligent User Interfaces: Design and Implementation
Lehramt, Informatik für Hörer anderer Fachbereiche, MPI-Angebot
89-8111 INF-81-11-L-7 15P 30 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Master's Thesis
Other Modules
89-9056 INF-90-56-M-6 11 [Master (Anfänger)] Formale Modellierung komplexer Systeme
89-9057 INF-90-57-M-6 11 [Master (Anfänger)] Wahlpflichtmodul
89-9058 INF-90-58-M-7 12 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten
89-9151 INF-91-51-M-7 0 [Master (Anfänger)] Betriebswirtschaftslehre
89-9153 INF-91-53-M-7 0 [Master (Anfänger)] Gründungsmanagement
89-9251 INF-92-51-M-7 14 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Psychologie
89-9252 INF-92-52-M-7 6S 12 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Philosophie

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Overview Minor Subject Modules and Courses

Module ID SWS ECTS-CP Level Module name [en]
80-01000c WIW-BWL-WIN-M-1 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Wirtschaftsinformatik
80-01031d WIW-BWL-STM-M-1 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Strategisches Management
80-02011a WIW-BWL-OPR-V-1 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Operations Research
80-02211 WIW-WIN-EB2a-V-7 1C 2 [Master (Anfänger)] Electronic Business IIa
80-02300 WIW-HROB-CM-U-7 2C+2R 6 [Master (Anfänger)] Change Management
80-04090 WIW-WIN-EBU-M-7 4C 6 [Master (Anfänger)] E-Business
80-04091 WIW-WIN-EBU-V-7 1C 2 [Master (Anfänger)] E-Business Ia: Ökonomie des Internet
80-05071 WIW-MAR-EB2a-V-7 1C 2 [Master (Anfänger)] Electronic Business IIb: E-Marketing
80-05111a WIW-BWL-MAR-M-1 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Marketing
80-06092 WIW-IWI-EB1a-V-7 1C 2 [Master (Anfänger)] E-Business Ib: Recht und Technik
80-06111a WIW-JUR-ZVR-V-1 4C 6 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Zivilrecht
80-07011 WIW-BWL-PRO-M-1 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Produktion (Produktionswirtschaft)
80-07151a WIW-PRO-INM-V-7 2C 3 [Master (Anfänger)] Innovationsmanagement I
80-08011a WIW-BWL-INV-M-1 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Investition und Finanzierung
80-08031 WIW-FUB-FUF-V-7 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Finanzielle Unternehmensführung
80-16012 BWL-EPS-UG-M-7 2C+2R 6 [Master (Anfänger)] Unternehmensgründung
80-16012a WIW-EPS-GM-V-7 2C 3 [Master (Anfänger)] Gründungsmanagement
80-16012b WIW-EPS-GPS-W-7 2R 3 [Master (Anfänger)] Gründungsplanspiel: Erstellung eines Geschäftsplans
80-16013 WIW-EPS-EM-M-7 2C+2R 6 [Master (Anfänger)] Entrepreneurial Marketing
80-16014 WIW-EPS-GP-M-7 2C+2R 6 [Master (Anfänger)] Gründungsprojekt
80-16020a WIW-BWL-GRF-V-1 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Grundzüge des Rechnungswesens und der Finanzwirtschaft
81-022 MAT-00-22-V-0 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Statistics II
83-1315000 SO-13-1.5000-V-7 4C+2R 8 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Cognitive Psychology Theory and Application
83-402 SO-04-8.1100-S-8 2S 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Wissen und Nichtwissen
83-407 SO-04-7.1000-S-2 2S 4 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Wissenschaftstheorie I
83-409WS SO-04-8.102-S-6 2S 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Entscheidung und Wissen
83-410 SO-04-7.1110-S-1 2S 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Technikphilosophie
83-419 SO-04-8.1000-S-7 2S 4 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Wirtschaftsethik I
83-501b SO-07-3.1001/2-V-1 2C 3 [Master (Anfänger)] Einführung in die Psychologie
83-510 SO-02-11-1000-V-2 2C 3 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Einführung in die Erwachsenenbildung

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Module Descriptions

89-0172 [INF-01-72-S-7]: seminar (2S) "Seminar/Reading Course in Socioinformatics"

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Module name Seminar/Reading Course in Socioinformatics
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0172
KIS-Entry INF-01-72-S-7 (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 English*
Requirement Level Master (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every semester
Required knowledge Depends on the topic of the seminar.
Educational objectives
  • Capability to prepare a special topic from socioinformatics and its relations to other topics based on the literature.
  • Capability to present a special topic from computer science using electonic media
  • Capability for sientific discussion
Contents Depends on the topic of the seminar.
Forms of final examination presentation and final paper
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
Literature Depends on the topic of the seminar.
Remarks It has to be confirmed by the program coordinator that a socioinformatics topic has been chosen.
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89-0182 [INF-01-82-L-7]: project (4P) "Project in Socioinformatics"

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Module name Project in Socioinformatics
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 0182
KIS-Entry INF-01-82-L-7 (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 project (4P), 8 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Master (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge Depends on the topic of the project.
Educational objectives Competence to apply socioinformatics methods and techniques in practice:
  • Competence to apply knowledge and technique learned in the lectures.
  • Competence to analyze an application.
  • Team work.
Contents Depends on the topic of the project.
Forms of final examination presentation
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
Literature Depends on the topic of the project.
Remarks The socioinformatics topic of the project has to be confirmed by the program coordinator.
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89-1852 [INF-18-52-V-6]: course (2C) "Information Visualization for Socioinformatics"

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Module name Information Visualization for Socioinformatics
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 1852
KIS-Entry INF-18-52-V-6 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Computer Graphics
Responsible person Juniorprof. Christoph Garth
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C), 3 ECTS-CP
Language English
Requirement Level Master (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every winter semester
Required knowledge
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination oral examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
Literature
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89-3001 [INF-30-01-V-3]: Meta-Module (4C+2R) "Foundations of Software Engineering"

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Module name Foundations of Software Engineering
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 3001
Section Software-Engineering
Responsible person Prof. Dieter Rombach
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module (4C+2R), 8 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every winter semester
Required knowledge
  • Software Development 1, 2
Educational objectives Principles, methods and tools for the engineer-moderate development of \"large\" software systems; The lecture covers all important phases of the software development: It deals with \"constructive\" and \"analytic\" aspects of the software development; automatic tools.
Contents
  • Fundamental terms of software engineering
  • Existing \"laws\" (empirically proven)
  • Basics (specification, architecture, verification, testing, process modelling, metrics, experimenting)
  • Engineer-style development of components (specification: e.g.: Components of functional nature, program patterns; inspection/verification, testing)
  • Engineer-style development of large systems (system specification: e.g.: UML, architectural styles, design patterns, frameworks, integration/system tests)
  • Requirement engineering (user requirement specification: e.g.: Four-variable model by Parnas, acceptance tests, perspective-driven inspections)
  • Fundamentals of the project management (project scheduling, prediction of effort and time, risk disclosure, project supervision, rescheduling)
  • Software evolution (maintenance and further development, version management)
  • Hot topics (at present: Rapid application development, open source development)
Examination prerequisites
Forms of examination
(prerequisites for final ex.)
  • recitations
Forms of final examination oral examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
Literature
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Module ID SWS ECTS-CP Level Responsible person Module name [en]
89-3002 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. D. Rombach Foundations of Software Engineering 1
89-3003 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. D. Rombach Foundations of Software Engineering 2

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Name Department Work group [de]
Prof. Dieter Rombach Computer Science (89) AG Software Engineering

89-3002 [INF-30-02-V-3]: course (2C+1R) "Foundations of Software Engineering 1"

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Module name Foundations of Software Engineering 1
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 3002
KIS-Entry INF-30-02-V-3 (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 Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Educational objectives Knowledge about principles, and reference models, techniques, methods, and tools for the development of large-scale software systems. The focus is on quality software engineering.
Contents
  • Software engineering principles
  • Existing empirical observations and laws
  • Base knowledge (specification, architecture, verification, testing, process modelling, measurement, experimentation)
  • Process integration / traceability (UML, Java)
    • Component engineering
    • Development of large systems
    • Application engineering
  • Project management
Forms of final examination written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
Literature
Remarks Will be taught in the first half of the semester.
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Prof. Dieter Rombach Computer Science (89) AG Software Engineering

89-3003 [INF-30-03-V-3]: course (2C+1R) "Foundations of Software Engineering 2"

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Module name Foundations of Software Engineering 2
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 3003
KIS-Entry INF-30-03-V-3 (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 Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge
  • Software Development 1
  • Software Development 2
  • Foundations of Software Engineering 1
Educational objectives
  • Knowledge about techniques, methods and tools for different development paradigms
  • Ability to develop software under software quality assurance aspects and with automated tools.
Contents
  • Innovative Software Engineering Techniques
    • Application engineering (requirements engineering, non-functionals requirements, specification techniques, perspective-based inspection)
    • Development of large systems (system specification, design patterns, frameworks, system test)
    • Component engineering (model-based development, languages and tools, non-functional requirements)
  • Software evolution (legacy systems, maintenance)
Forms of examination
(prerequisites for final ex.)
  • recitations
Forms of final examination written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
Literature
Remarks Students of (Applied) Computer Science and Socioinformatics have to combine this course with Foundations of Software Engineering 1.
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89-3051 [INF-30-51-M-6]: Meta-Module "Software Engineering 2"

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Module name Software Engineering 2
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 3051
Section Software-Engineering
Responsible person Prof. Dieter Rombach
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 12 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
Frequency every year
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination oral examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
Literature
Remarks
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Module ID SWS ECTS-CP Level Responsible person Module name [en]
89-3001 4C+2R 8 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. D. Rombach Foundations of Software Engineering
89-3131 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. D. Rombach Software Project and Process Management
89-3151 2C+1R 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. D. Rombach Process Modeling
89-3152 2C+1R 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. D. Rombach Product Line Engineering
89-3153 2C+1R 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. D. Rombach Empirical Model Formation and Methods
89-3352 2C+1R 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. P. Liggesmeyer Quality Management of Software and Systems
89-3355 2C+1R 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. P. Liggesmeyer Software Quality Assurance

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

89-3131 [INF-31-31-V-6]: course (2C+1R) "Software Project and Process Management"

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Module name Software Project and Process Management
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 3131
KIS-Entry INF-31-31-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 Foundations of Software Engineering
Educational objectives This lecture provides knowledge about principles, methods and tools of software engineering.
Contents Based on the contents of the lecture "Foundations of Software Engineering", which explains the technical aspects, this lecture explains how to establish and realise a successful project management and quality assurance (QA). On the basis of practical examples, it shows:
  • how large projects are planned,
  • which elements a project plan contains,
  • which methods exist for project management and QA,
  • how project management and QA are different to each other and how they complement one another
Topics of the lecture:
  • Definition of project management and QA
  • Basic terms of software project execution
  • Process and quality models as a basis for systematic project management and QA
  • Principles of project and process management
  • Principles of measurement and evaluation
  • Techniques / methods / tools for supporting project management and QA
  • Examples from practical projects
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
Literature
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Prof. Dieter Rombach Computer Science (89) AG Software Engineering

89-3151 [INF-31-51-V-7]: course (2C+1R) "Process Modeling"

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Module name Process Modeling
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 3151
KIS-Entry INF-31-51-V-7 (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 (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge Foundations of Software Engineering
Educational objectives Gaining knowledge and capabilities for designing, creating, analyzing, and applying software development processes
  • Becoming acquainted with industrial software development processes
  • Independent modeling of software development processes
  • Advantages and disadvantages of process modeling techniques
  • Applying process models effectively for different purposes
Contents
  • Introduction and classification (objectives, research and application areas)
  • Terminology (process model, role, 4-domain-principle)
  • Prescriptive process modeling (life cycle models, standards, examples, assessment criteria, process gates)
  • Descriptive process modeling (possible usages, procedure, process elicitation)
  • Process modeling notations (Appl/A, Funsoft Nets, Marvel, Statemate, MVP-L, IDEF0, ETVX)
  • Process modeling tools (ECMA/NIST reference model, modeling tools, PSSEs, examples)
  • Software project planning (effort estimation, schedule planning, personnel planning, sequence planning)
  • Project monitoring and management (data collection, visualization of metrics)
  • Other usages (SPI, QIP, ISO 15504, ISO 9000, CMMI, process simulation)
  • Future developments (agile process documentation, process machines, process patterns)
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
Literature
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Name Department Work group [de]
Dr. Jens Heidrich Computer Science (89) Fraunhofer Institut für Experimentelles Software Engineering (IESE)

89-3152 [INF-31-52-V-7]: course (2C+1R) "Product Line Engineering"

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Module name Product Line Engineering
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 3152
KIS-Entry INF-31-52-V-7 (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 (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge Foundations of Software Engineering
Educational objectives Transfer of knowledge and education in activities required for a systematic planning and realization of product lines (PL), or respectively software reuse in general.
  • Organizational issues (reuse life cycle, migration)
  • Definition, development and assessment of product line architectures
  • Modelling and implementation of generic components
  • Analysis of product variants
  • Support of software development by reverse engineering
Contents
  • Basic concepts of product lines (commonality, variability, decisions)
  • Role and concepts of architectures (styles, patterns, and scenarios)
  • Implementation technologies (MDA, Preprocessors, aspect-orientend development)
  • Technology transfer (Adaptation and adoption of technologies, migration strategies)
  • Reverse-Engineering (basic and detailed analyses, reconstruction of architectural views and structures)
  • Domain analysis (product map, management of varying requirements and system characteristics)
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
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  • transparencies for downloading (as PDF)
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Prof. Dieter Rombach Computer Science (89) AG Software Engineering

89-3153 [INF-31-53-V-7]: course (2C+1R) "Empirical Model Formation and Methods"

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Module name Empirical Model Formation and Methods
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 3153
KIS-Entry INF-31-53-V-7 (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 (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge Foundations of Software Engineering
Educational objectives This lecture provides the basic knowledge that a successful researcher or quality manager needs today. On the basis of practical examples, it shows:
  • how to plan and realise empiric methods in software engineering,
  • which empirical methods are used for testing research hypotheses,
  • which empirical methods are used for descriptive modelling of software products and processes,
  • which empirical methods are used for improving either software product models or software process models.
Contents
  • Definition of the basic terms of empirical / experimental software engineering
  • The procedure of experimentation
  • Formulation of hypotheses
  • Design of empirical studies
  • Acquisition, validation and analysis of data
  • Interpretation of data
  • Empirical modelling
  • Examples of concrete empiric studies
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
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Literature
  • Wohlin, C. , Runeson, P., Höst, M., Ohlsson, M., Regnell, B., Wesslén, A.: Experimentation in Software Engineering: An Introduction, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000
  • Juristo, N., and Moreno, A.: Basics of Software Engineering Experimentation, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001
  • Prechelt, L.: Kontrollierte Experimente in der Softwaretechnik: Potenzial und Methodik, Springer Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2001
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Prof. Dieter Rombach Computer Science (89) AG Software Engineering

89-3352 [INF-33-52-V-7]: course (2C+1R) "Quality Management of Software and Systems"

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Module name Quality Management of Software and Systems
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 3352
KIS-Entry INF-33-52-V-7 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Software-Engineering
Responsible person Prof. Peter Liggesmeyer
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language English
Requirement Level Master (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every two years
Required knowledge Fundamentals of Software Engineering
Educational objectives The students will be able to deal with the content and the possible organization of quality management. In addition, they are able to evaluate the different approaches and merge them in terms of a quality management system.
Contents The lecture deals with important aspects of quality management as a basis for a successful quality assurance. The different techniques for quality assurance themselves are not part of this lecture, because they are covered in the lecture "Software Quality Assurance".
  • Organization forms of the quality management for software and systems
  • Techniques for the quality management, e.g. TQM, QFD, SPC
  • Standards in quality management
  • Maturity model based methods in quality management
  • Structure of a quality management system
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
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Literature
  • Liggesmeyer P., Software-Qualität (2.Aufl.), Heidelberg: Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, 2009
  • Feigenbaum A.V., Total Quality Control, New York: McGraw-Hill 1983
  • Frehr H.-U., Total Quality Management: Unternehmensweite Qualitätsverbesserung, München: Hanser 1993
  • Braverman J.D., Fundamentals of Statistical Quality Control, Reston: Reston Publishing Co., Prentice Hall 1981
  • Wheeler D.J., Chambers D.S., Understanding Statistical Process Control, Knoxville: SPC Press 1992
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Prof. Peter Liggesmeyer Computer Science (89) AG Software Engineering: Dependability

89-3355 [INF-33-55-V-7]: course (2C+1R) "Software Quality Assurance"

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Module name Software Quality Assurance
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 3355
KIS-Entry INF-33-55-V-7 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Software-Engineering
Responsible person Prof. Peter Liggesmeyer
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language English
Requirement Level Master (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every two years
Required knowledge Fundamentals of Software Engineering
Educational objectives Students possess comprehensive knowledge of important software quality assurance techniques. In particular, they learn dynamic testing techniques, static analyses and formal proof techniques. Students can determine the suitability of the various techniques. They are capable to choose appropriate techniques and apply them in practical situations.
Contents
  • Dynamic Testing
  • Static Analysis Techniques
  • Measures
  • Dataflow Anomaly Analysis
  • Review and Inspection Techniques
  • Formal Proof Techniques
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
Media types
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Literature
  • Liggesmeyer P., Software-Qualität (2.Aufl.), Heidelberg: Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, 2009
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Prof. Peter Liggesmeyer Computer Science (89) AG Software Engineering: Dependability

89-5751 [INF-57-51-V-6]: course (2C+1R) "Formale Modellierung komplexer Systeme 2"

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Module name Formale Modellierung komplexer Systeme 2
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 5751
KIS-Entry INF-57-51-V-6 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Area Algorithmics and Deduction
Responsible person Prof. Paul Lukowicz
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language English
Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
Frequency every winter semester
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination oral examination
Media types
  • transparencies/beamer/etc.
  • special software to be used in computer lab.
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Prof. Paul Lukowicz Computer Science (89) AG Künstliche Intelligenz
Prof. Katharina Zweig Computer Science (89) AG Graphentheorie und Netzwerkanalyse

89-7002 [INF-70-02-V-3]: course (2C+1R) "Lernen und Wahrnehmen"

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Module name Lernen und Wahrnehmen
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 7002
KIS-Entry INF-70-02-V-3 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Intelligent Systems
Responsible person Prof. Thomas Breuel
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language German
Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
Frequency every year
Educational objectives
Contents
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  • recitations
Forms of final examination oral or written examination
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89-7051 [INF-70-51-M-6]: Meta-Module "Intelligent Systems"

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Module name Intelligent Systems
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 7051
Section Intelligent Systems
Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 12 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
Frequency every year
Educational objectives
Contents
Forms of final examination oral examination
Media types
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89-7153 2C+1R 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. A. Dengel Semantic Technologies: Foundations, Methods, and Applications
89-7156 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. A. Dengel Applications of Artificial Intelligence
89-7158 2C+1R 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. A. Dengel Collaborative Intelligence
89-7159 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. A. Dengel Intelligent User Interfaces: Design and Implementation

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Prof. Andreas Dengel Computer Science (89) AG Wissensbasierte Systeme
Dr. Marcus Liwicki Computer Science (89) Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI)
Dr. Armin Stahl Computer Science (89) Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI)

89-7153 [INF-71-53-V-7]: course (2C+1R) "Semantic Technologies: Foundations, Methods, and Applications"

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Module name Semantic Technologies: Foundations, Methods, and Applications
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 7153
KIS-Entry INF-71-53-V-7 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Intelligent Systems
Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language English*
Requirement Level Master (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
Frequency every year
Educational objectives Students have
  • knowledge of fundamentals of semantic technologies
Contents
  • Knowledge represenation for semantic technologies
  • Modelling of knowledge with semantic nets
  • Semantic Web languages (XML, RDF, RDF Schema, URIs)
  • Modelling of ontologies
  • Semantic web search using SPAQL
  • Reasoning within the Semantic Web
  • Information Publishing within WWW (LOD, HTTP, IRI, REST, RDFa, Microdata)
  • Information extraction
  • Semantic Desktop and other applications
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  • recitations
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89-7156 [INF-71-56-V-6]: course (2C+1R) "Applications of Artificial Intelligence"

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Module name Applications of Artificial Intelligence
Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 7156
KIS-Entry INF-71-56-V-6 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
Section Intelligent Systems
Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
Language English
Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
Frequency every year
Required knowledge Knowledge in Artificial Intelligence.
Educational objectives Students hav
  • knowledge of successful artificial intelligence (AI) applications existing in the real world and
  • experience in widely used AI environments and toolkits.
  • Contents
    • Fundamentals: Roots of AI, first applications in reality, application-oriented development of AI
      • Review of successful real-world applications
        • Deeper investigation of applications in reality, e.g.: Robocup, handwriting recognition, speech recognition, AI in computer games, support of knowledge workers in the office, AI in agriculture
        • Future of AI
    Forms of examination
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    • recitations
    Forms of final examination oral or written examination
    Media types
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    Name Department Work group [de]
    Dr. Marcus Liwicki Computer Science (89) Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI)

    89-7158 [INF-71-58-V-7]: course (2C+1R) "Collaborative Intelligence"

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    Module name Collaborative Intelligence
    Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 7158
    KIS-Entry INF-71-58-V-7 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Section Intelligent Systems
    Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
    presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
    Language English
    Requirement Level Master (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
    Frequency every year
    Educational objectives Skills, methods and technologies for assisting knowledge intensive activities. This concerns especially multimodal interaction forms with information (such as provision of information, context modeling, user observation) but also concepts and processes for information sharing in socio-technical, collaborative environments.
    Contents
    • Methods for supporting personal knowledge work
    • Organizational Memories
    • Modeling of attention and activity context
    • Basics of Information Retrieval
    • Searching in location-, task-, and interest-based contexts
    • Agile knowledge-workflows and emergent systems
    • Enterprise platforms and social networks
    • Factors of success and evaluation methods
    Forms of examination
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    • recitations
    Forms of final examination oral or written examination
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    Name Department Work group [de]
    Prof. Thomas Breuel Computer Science (89) AG Bildverstehen und Mustererkennung

    89-7159 [INF-71-59-V-6]: course (2C+1R) "Intelligent User Interfaces: Design and Implementation "

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    Module name Intelligent User Interfaces: Design and Implementation
    Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 7159
    KIS-Entry INF-71-59-V-6 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Section Intelligent Systems
    Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
    presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
    Language English
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every winter semester
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of examination
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    • recitations
    Forms of final examination oral or written examination
    Media types
    • transparencies/beamer/etc.
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    89-8111 [INF-81-11-L-7]: project (15P) "Master's Thesis"

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    Module name Master's Thesis
    Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 8111
    KIS-Entry INF-81-11-L-7 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Section Lehramt, Informatik für Hörer anderer Fachbereiche, MPI-Angebot
    Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
    presence hours, ECTS-CP project (15P), 30 ECTS-CP
    Language English*
    Requirement Level Master (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
    Frequency irregular
    Required knowledge Depends on the theisis' topic.
    Educational objectives With the Master's project the student shall show that she/he is able to solve a problem in the field of computer science with scientific methods 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 60 ECTS-CP from the Master's course.
    Forms of final examination presentation and final paper
    Media types
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    Literature Depends on the topic of the work.
    Remarks Independent work.

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

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    89-9056 [INF-90-56-M-6]: Meta-Module "Formale Modellierung komplexer Systeme"

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    Module name Formale Modellierung komplexer Systeme
    Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 9056
    Section Other Modules
    Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
    presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 11 ECTS-CP
    Language English*
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Educational objectives
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    81-022 2C+1R 4 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. S. Heinrich Statistics II
    89-1852 2C 3 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Juniorprof. C. Garth Information Visualization for Socioinformatics
    89-5751 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. P. Lukowicz Formale Modellierung komplexer Systeme 2

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    89-9057 [INF-90-57-M-6]: "Wahlpflichtmodul"

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    Module name Wahlpflichtmodul
    Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 9057
    KIS-Entry INF-90-57-M-6 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Section Other Modules
    Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
    presence hours, ECTS-CP , 11 ECTS-CP
    Language English*
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Required knowledge
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination oral examination
    Media types
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    89-9058 [INF-90-58-M-7]: Meta-Module "Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten"

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    Module name Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten
    Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 9058
    Section Other Modules
    Responsible person Prof. Katharina Zweig
    presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 12 ECTS-CP
    Language English*
    Requirement Level Master (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
    Frequency every semester
    Required knowledge
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination presentation and final paper
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    89-0172 2S 4 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. K. Zweig Seminar/Reading Course in Socioinformatics
    89-0182 4P 8 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. K. Zweig Project in Socioinformatics

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    89-9151 [INF-91-51-M-7]: Meta-Module "Betriebswirtschaftslehre"

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    Module name Betriebswirtschaftslehre
    Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 9151
    Section Other Modules
    Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
    presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 0 ECTS-CP
    Language English*
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Educational objectives
    Contents
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    80-01000c 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. S. Deßloch Wirtschaftsinformatik
    80-01031d 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. S. Deßloch Strategisches Management
    80-02011a 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. S. Deßloch Operations Research
    80-02300 2C+2R 6 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. S. Deßloch Change Management
    80-05111a 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. S. Deßloch Marketing
    80-06111a 4C 6 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. S. Deßloch Zivilrecht
    80-07011 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Grundmodul)] Prof. S. Deßloch Produktion (Produktionswirtschaft)
    80-08011a 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. S. Deßloch Investition und Finanzierung
    80-16020a 3C+1R 6 [Bachelor (Kernmodul)] Prof. S. Deßloch Grundzüge des Rechnungswesens und der Finanzwirtschaft

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    89-9153 [INF-91-53-M-7]: Meta-Module "Gründungsmanagement"

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    Module name Gründungsmanagement
    Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 9153
    Section Other Modules
    Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
    presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 0 ECTS-CP
    Language German
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Required knowledge
    Educational objectives
    Contents
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    Forms of final examination written examination
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    80-07151a 2C 3 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. S. Deßloch Innovationsmanagement I
    80-08031 2C+1R 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. S. Deßloch Finanzielle Unternehmensführung
    80-16012 2C+2R 6 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. S. Deßloch Unternehmensgründung
    80-16013 2C+2R 6 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. S. Deßloch Entrepreneurial Marketing
    80-16014 2C+2R 6 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. S. Deßloch Gründungsprojekt

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    89-9251 [INF-92-51-M-7]: Meta-Module "Psychologie"

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    Module name Psychologie
    Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 9251
    Section Other Modules
    Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
    presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module, 14 ECTS-CP
    Language English*
    Requirement Level Master (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
    Frequency every year
    Required knowledge
    Educational objectives
    Forms of final examination -
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    83-1315000 4C+2R 8 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. A. Dengel Cognitive Psychology Theory and Application
    83-501b 2C 3 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. A. Dengel Einführung in die Psychologie
    83-510 2C 3 [Master (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. A. Dengel Einführung in die Erwachsenenbildung

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    89-9252 [INF-92-52-M-7]: Meta-Module (6S) "Philosophie"

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    Module name Philosophie
    Department, Module ID Computer Science (89) – 9252
    Section Other Modules
    Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
    presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module (6S), 12 ECTS-CP
    Language English*
    Requirement Level Master (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
    Frequency every year
    Required knowledge
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination presentation and final paper
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    sub-modules

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    Module ID SWS ECTS-CP Level Responsible person Module name [en]
    83-409WS 2S 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. A. Dengel Entscheidung und Wissen
    83-410 2S 4 [Master (Anfänger)] Prof. A. Dengel Technikphilosophie
    83-419 2S 4 [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)] Prof. A. Dengel Wirtschaftsethik I

    Study programmes

    Dozentinnen/Dozenten

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    80-01000c [WIW-BWL-WIN-M-1]: course (3C+1R) "Wirtschaftsinformatik"

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    Module name Wirtschaftsinformatik
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 01000c
    KIS-Entry WIW-BWL-WIN-M-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 year
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
    Media types
    • transparencies/beamer/etc.
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    80-01031d [WIW-BWL-STM-M-1]: course (3C+1R) "Strategisches Management"

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    Module name Strategisches Management
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 01031d
    KIS-Entry WIW-BWL-STM-M-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 (Advanced Level)   [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)]
    Frequency every semester
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Examination prerequisites
    Forms of final examination written examination
    Media types
    • transparencies/beamer/etc.
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    80-02011a [WIW-BWL-OPR-V-1]: course (3C+1R) "Operations Research"

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    Module name Operations Research
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 02011a
    KIS-Entry WIW-BWL-OPR-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 year
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
    Media types
    • transparencies/beamer/etc.
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    80-02211 [WIW-WIN-EB2a-V-7]: course (1C) "Electronic Business IIa"

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    Module name Electronic Business IIa
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 02211
    KIS-Entry WIW-WIN-EB2a-V-7 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
    presence hours, ECTS-CP course (1C), 2 ECTS-CP
    Language German
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
    Literature
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    80-02300 [WIW-HROB-CM-U-7 ]: course (2C+2R) "Change Management"

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    Module name Change Management
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 02300
    KIS-Entry WIW-HROB-CM-U-7 (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 Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Required knowledge
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination presentation and final paper
    Media types
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    80-04090 [WIW-WIN-EBU-M-7]: Meta-Module (4C) "E-Business"

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    Module name E-Business
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 04090
    Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
    presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module (4C), 6 ECTS-CP
    Language English*
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Required knowledge see description of lectures
    Educational objectives
    Contents see description of lectures
    Forms of final examination oral or written examination
    Media types
    • transparencies/beamer/etc.
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    80-04091 [WIW-WIN-EBU-V-7]: course (1C) "E-Business Ia: Ökonomie des Internet"

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    Module name E-Business Ia: Ökonomie des Internet
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 04091
    KIS-Entry WIW-WIN-EBU-V-7 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
    presence hours, ECTS-CP course (1C), 2 ECTS-CP
    Language English*
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
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    80-05071 [WIW-MAR-EB2a-V-7]: course (1C) "Electronic Business IIb: E-Marketing"

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    Module name Electronic Business IIb: E-Marketing
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 05071
    KIS-Entry WIW-MAR-EB2a-V-7 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
    presence hours, ECTS-CP course (1C), 2 ECTS-CP
    Language German
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Contents
    Forms of examination
    (prerequisites for final ex.)
    • recitations
    Forms of final examination written examination
    Literature
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    80-05111a [WIW-BWL-MAR-M-1]: course (3C+1R) "Marketing"

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    Module name Marketing
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 05111a
    KIS-Entry WIW-BWL-MAR-M-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 year
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
    Media types
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    80-06092 [WIW-IWI-EB1a-V-7]: course (1C) "E-Business Ib: Recht und Technik"

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    Module name E-Business Ib: Recht und Technik
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 06092
    KIS-Entry WIW-IWI-EB1a-V-7 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
    presence hours, ECTS-CP course (1C), 2 ECTS-CP
    Language English*
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every semester
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
    Literature
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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
    Forms of final examination oral or written examination
    Media types
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    80-07011 [WIW-BWL-PRO-M-1]: course (3C+1R) "Produktion (Produktionswirtschaft)"

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    Module name Produktion (Produktionswirtschaft)
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 07011
    KIS-Entry WIW-BWL-PRO-M-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 (Basic)   [Bachelor (Grundmodul)]
    Frequency every year
    Required knowledge
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
    Media types
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    80-07151a [WIW-PRO-INM-V-7]: course (2C) "Innovationsmanagement I"

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    Module name Innovationsmanagement I
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 07151a
    KIS-Entry WIW-PRO-INM-V-7 (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 Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Required knowledge
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
    Media types
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    80-08011a [WIW-BWL-INV-M-1]: course (3C+1R) "Investition und Finanzierung"

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    Module name Investition und Finanzierung
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 08011a
    KIS-Entry WIW-BWL-INV-M-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 year
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
    Media types
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    80-08031 [WIW-FUB-FUF-V-7]: course (2C+1R) "Finanzielle Unternehmensführung"

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    Module name Finanzielle Unternehmensführung
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 08031
    KIS-Entry WIW-FUB-FUF-V-7 (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 Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
    Media types
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    80-16012 [BWL-EPS-UG-M-7]: Meta-Module (2C+2R) "Unternehmensgründung "

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    Module name Unternehmensgründung
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 16012
    Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
    presence hours, ECTS-CP Meta-Module (2C+2R), 6 ECTS-CP
    Language German
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Required knowledge
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
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    80-16012a [WIW-EPS-GM-V-7]: course (2C) "Gründungsmanagement"

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    Module name Gründungsmanagement
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 16012a
    KIS-Entry WIW-EPS-GM-V-7 (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 Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
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    80-16012b [WIW-EPS-GPS-W-7]: (2R) "Gründungsplanspiel: Erstellung eines Geschäftsplans"

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    Module name Gründungsplanspiel: Erstellung eines Geschäftsplans
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 16012b
    KIS-Entry WIW-EPS-GPS-W-7 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Responsible person Prof. Stefan Deßloch
    presence hours, ECTS-CP (2R), 3 ECTS-CP
    Language German
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Contents
    Forms of final examination presentation and final paper
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    80-16013 [WIW-EPS-EM-M-7]: course (2C+2R) "Entrepreneurial Marketing"

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    Module name Entrepreneurial Marketing
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 16013
    KIS-Entry WIW-EPS-EM-M-7 (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 Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Required knowledge
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
    Media types
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    80-16014 [WIW-EPS-GP-M-7]: course (2C+2R) "Gründungsprojekt"

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    Module name Gründungsprojekt
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 16014
    KIS-Entry WIW-EPS-GP-M-7 (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 Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every year
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination presentation and final paper
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    80-16020a [WIW-BWL-GRF-V-1]: course (3C+1R) "Grundzüge des Rechnungswesens und der Finanzwirtschaft"

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    Module name Grundzüge des Rechnungswesens und der Finanzwirtschaft
    Department, Module ID Business Studies and Economics (80) – 16020a
    KIS-Entry WIW-BWL-GRF-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 summer semester
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
    Media types
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    81-022 [MAT-00-22-V-0]: course (2C+1R) "Statistics II"

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    Module name Statistics II
    Department, Module ID Mathematics (81) – 022
    KIS-Entry MAT-00-22-V-0 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Responsible person Prof. Stefan Heinrich
    presence hours, ECTS-CP course (2C+1R), 4 ECTS-CP
    Language German
    Requirement Level Bachelor (Core)   [Bachelor (Kernmodul)]
    Frequency every summer semester
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
    Media types
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    83-1315000 [SO-13-1.5000-V-7]: course (4C+2R) "Cognitive Psychology Theory and Application"

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    Module name Cognitive Psychology Theory and Application
    Department, Module ID Social Sciences (83) – 1315000
    KIS-Entry SO-13-1.5000-V-7 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
    presence hours, ECTS-CP course (4C+2R), 8 ECTS-CP
    Language English
    Requirement Level Master (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
    Frequency every year
    Contents
    Forms of final examination presentation and final paper
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    83-402 [SO-04-8.1100-S-8]: seminar (2S) "Wissen und Nichtwissen"

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    Module name Wissen und Nichtwissen
    Department, Module ID Social Sciences (83) – 402
    KIS-Entry SO-04-8.1100-S-8 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
    presence hours, ECTS-CP seminar (2S), 4 ECTS-CP
    Language German
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every summer semester
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination presentation and final paper
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    83-407 [SO-04-7.1000-S-2]: seminar (2S) "Wissenschaftstheorie I"

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    Module name Wissenschaftstheorie I
    Department, Module ID Social Sciences (83) – 407
    KIS-Entry SO-04-7.1000-S-2 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
    presence hours, ECTS-CP seminar (2S), 4 ECTS-CP
    Language German
    Requirement Level Bachelor (Advanced Level)   [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)]
    Frequency every winter semester
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination oral examination
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    83-409WS [SO-04-8.102-S-6]: seminar (2S) "Entscheidung und Wissen"

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    Module name Entscheidung und Wissen
    Department, Module ID Social Sciences (83) – 409WS
    KIS-Entry SO-04-8.102-S-6 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
    presence hours, ECTS-CP seminar (2S), 4 ECTS-CP
    Language German
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every winter semester
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination presentation and final paper
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    83-410 [SO-04-7.1110-S-1]: seminar (2S) "Technikphilosophie"

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    Module name Technikphilosophie
    Department, Module ID Social Sciences (83) – 410
    KIS-Entry SO-04-7.1110-S-1 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
    presence hours, ECTS-CP seminar (2S), 4 ECTS-CP
    Language German
    Requirement Level Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every winter semester
    Required knowledge
    Educational objectives
    Contents
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    83-419 [SO-04-8.1000-S-7]: seminar (2S) "Wirtschaftsethik I"

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    Module name Wirtschaftsethik I
    Department, Module ID Social Sciences (83) – 419
    KIS-Entry SO-04-8.1000-S-7 (only valid if it takes place in the current semester)
    Responsible person Prof. Andreas Dengel
    presence hours, ECTS-CP seminar (2S), 4 ECTS-CP
    Language German
    Requirement Level Bachelor (Advanced Level)   [Bachelor (Fortgeschrittene)]
    Frequency every winter semester
    Educational objectives
    Contents
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    83-501b [SO-07-3.1001/2-V-1]: course (2C) "Einführung in die Psychologie"

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    Module name Einführung in die Psychologie
    Department, Module ID Social Sciences (83) – 501b
    KIS-Entry SO-07-3.1001/2-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 Master (Entry Level)   [Master (Anfänger)]
    Frequency every winter semester
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
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    83-510 [SO-02-11-1000-V-2]: course (2C) "Einführung in die Erwachsenenbildung"

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    Module name Einführung in die Erwachsenenbildung
    Department, Module ID Social Sciences (83) – 510
    KIS-Entry SO-02-11-1000-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 Master (Advanced Level)   [Master (Fortgeschrittene)]
    Frequency every summer semester
    Required knowledge
    Educational objectives
    Contents
    Forms of final examination written examination
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