Course List Summer Semester 2018

This course list is subject to change and will be regularly updated. Occasionally, some information is not available yet, but will be published soon. You may want to contact the lecturer for more specific information.



Please note that some courses are limited to a certain number of participants and that course times can overlap. In order to participate in the courses you should have a sound knowledge of English (at least B2 level). It is in the lecturer's sole discretion to bar you from the course, should you not meet the prerequisites.Please also note that the lottery does not guarantee the student´s place in a course.



Course Categories


In order to help students with their course selection,our courses in English are classified as follows (please note that regardless of this classification, the requirements listed in the course description have to be met):


“green” courses: are open to all (exchange) students from all departments; requirements according to the respective course description apply


“yellow” courses: are open to all (exchange) students, but students from the “home” department will be given priority; requirements according to the respective course description apply


“red” courses: are only open to (exchange) students from the “home” department; requirements according to the respective course description apply


Department 01 Architecture

CourseLecturerSWSECTSUS creditsCategoryLevel
Advanced Architectural Design Studios I (AD) (MA)*Meck81512RedMaster
Advanced Architectural Design Studios I (AD) (MA)*Künzel81512RedMaster
Advanced Architectural Design Studios II (UD) (MA)*Benze81512RedMaster
Advanced Architectural Design Studios II (UD) (MA)*Schmid81512RedMaster
Advanced Architectural Design Studios III (BD) (MA)*Schiemann81512RedMaster
Advanced Architectural Design Studios III (BD) (MA)*Wolfrum81512RedMaster
Interdisciplinary Studies 2 Building Design Eßig22,52RedBachelor
Interdisciplinary Studies 2 Architectural DesignBerktold22,52RedBachelor
Interdisciplinary Studies 2 Urban DesignOtt 22,52RedBachelor
Interdisciplinary Studies 2 Art and Design ResearchMauloubier22,52RedBachelor
Interdisciplinary Studies 4 Art and Design ResearchMary Kim22,52RedBachelor
Specialised Project MA 11 Art and Design ResearchBontjes van Beek22,52RedBachelor

Department 02 Civil Engineering

CourseLecturerSWSECTSUS creditscategoryLevel
Special Geotechnical Works (MA)*Slominski454GreenMaster
Finite Elements for PlatesHausser454GreenBachelor

Department 03 Mechanical, Automotive and Aeronautical Engineering

CourseLecturerSWSECTSUS creditscategoryLevel
Dynamics for EngineersWolfsteiner454GreenBachelor
Control systems for automotive and aerospace engineeringSiebold, Pavlina (USA)664GreenBachelor
Internal Combustion EnginesDoll443GreenBachelor
Vehicle DynamicsPfeffer454GreenBachelor
Aircraft SubsystemsKnoll443GreenBachelor
Flight MechanicsSiebold454GreenBachelor
Fatigue and Fracture (MA)*Rother464GreenMaster
Composite materialsHoroschenkof454GreenBachelor
Light weight designDavol (USA)454GreenBachelor
Single track vehicle designDavol (USA)454GreenBachelor
Digital Control Systems with LaboratoryPavlina (USA)454GreenBachelor

Department 04 Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

courseLecturerSWSECTSUS creditscategoryLevel
Advanced Analog Circuit DesignUnterricker, Münker454GreenBachelor
Simulation Practice with Matlab/SimulinkIrber454GreenBachelor
Symmetric Matrices(B-MA)**Kahl354Green
Bachelor
Master
Microcomputer (Arduino Course)Irber454GreenBachelor

Department 05 Building Services Engineering, Paper and Packaging Technology and Print and Media Technology

CourseLecturerSWSECTSUS
Credits
CategoryLevel
Plant EngineeringHerz454GreenBachelor
Abastecimiento Energético II (B-MA)**/***/****Pietsch243YellowBachelor
Master
Organic and Printed ElectronicsSchmidt232Yellow
Digital ColourBueschgens232Yellow
Marketing (MA)*/**Wölflick232RedMaster
Project I Twomey (USA)464RedBachelor
Consumer PackagingTwomey (USA)464YellowBachelor
Advanced Consumer Packaging (MA)*Twomey (USA)464YellowMaster
FACS-Fundamentals of Air-Conditioning SystemsRenner222YellowBachelor
Advanced Fluid MechanicsLiepsch354Green
Fluid MechanicsLiepsch454Green
ThermodynamicsPérez Ponce (Chile)454GreenBachelor
Intercultural CommunicationAlnajjar22,52YellowBachelor
Transition EngineeringKrumdieck
(New Zealand)
443GreenBachelor
Transition Engineering LaboratoryKrumdieck
(New Zealand)
222GreenBachelor
Automation I (B-MA)**Kleemann454YellowBachelor
Master
Statistics and
Design of Experiments (B-MA)**
Abel454YellowBachelor
Master
Sustainable
Development (B-MA)**
Demharter22,52YellowBachelor
Master

Department 06 Applied Sciences and Mechatronics

CourseLecturerSWSECTSUS
Credits
CategoryLevel
Multibody Dynamics (MA)*Wiedemann454GreenMaster
Semiconductor and thin film technologySchindler454YellowBachelor
Modelling and Testing of Products and Processes (MA)*Eerme (Estonia)464YellowMaster
Tool Design and Manufacture (MA)*Farrugia (Malta)464YellowMaster
Design of integrated circuits (MA)*Fischer/Menczigar464GreenMaster
Quality Management and Applied Statistics (MA)*Holler, Preussger464RedMaster
English in Science and Technology (MA)*Allott464YellowMaster
Quantum Physics I (MA)*Kersch864GreenMaster
Photoacoustics for Material Characterization (MA)*Wu464GreenMaster
Applied ElectronicsMenczigar454YellowBachelor
Power ElectronicsMahnke454YellowBachelor

Department 07 Computer Science and Mathematics

CourseLecturerSWSECTSUS
Credits
CategoryLevel
Operating Systems 1Vogt454GreenBachelor
Technical writing in computer scienceBalazs454GreenBachelor
Network Management******Soceanu454GreenBachelor
Secure Network Management******Soceanu454GreenBachelor
Intercultural Aspects in Project ManagementHunter454YellowBachelor
International Management IMorgan454YellowBachelor
Event Driven Systems (MA)*Barker454GreenMaster
Mobile Application DevelopmentSocher454GreenBachelor
Compiler ConstructionRuckert454GreenBachelor
Concepts of modern programming languagesFröhlich (USA)454GreenBachelor

Department 08 Geoinformatics

CourseLecturerSWSECTSUS
Credits
CategoryLevel
Remote Sensing CartographyKammerer454GreenBachelor

Department 09 Engineering and Management

CourseLecturerSWSECTSUS
Credits
CategoryLevel
Ergonomics & Practical TrainingBrombach332RedBachelor
MarketingKocer343RedBachelor
MarketingMohr343RedBachelor
MarketingSchuckmann343RedBachelor
Technical Marketing(MA)*Karitzki454RedMaster
Marketing and Sales, Automobile
(Marketing und Vertrieb Automobilwirtschaft)
Elias, Nührich 454RedBachelor
Sustainability in Supply Chain Management(MA)*Ponsignon, Ott443RedMaster
Product Management and Technical Sales(MA)*Gabrysch454RedMaster
Innovation Management(MA)*Gabrysch343RedMaster
Strategic Marketing by Online Simulation Excercise(MA)*Gabrysch443RedMaster
Inbound and Outbound LogisticsKoether343RedBachelor
Management Decision Making Supported by Data AnalysisMauerer343YellowBachelor
Managing Change(MA)*Thumm443RedMaster
Intercultural Management and Leadership(MA)*Rothlauf443RedMaster
Change ManagementForster343RedBachelor
3D-printing & nano-3D-printing designRebhan, Burnett (USA)343YellowBachelor

Department 10 Business Administration

CourseLecturerSWSECTSUS
credits
categoryLevel
Project Studies: Digital Transformation of CompaniesHell, Schweinar454RedBachelor
Agile Project ManagementGünzel454YellowBachelor
Project Studies: Projects in Digital BusinessBrehm, Slamka454YellowBachelor
International Management and Financial Reporting Ruhnke 454YellowBachelor
Intercultural CommunicationAlbers-Mitchell454RedBachelor
Intercultural CommunicationKalb-Krause454RedBachelor
Intercultural CommunicationKalb-Krause454RedBachelor
Intercultural CommunicationBrunnhuber454RedBachelor
Intercultural CommunicationScott454RedBachelor
Intercultural CommunicationMüllich454YellowBachelor
Intercultural Business Communication and Management (MA)*Müllich454YellowMaster
Intercultural Competence and negotiation (MA)*Müllich454YellowMaster
International EconomicsKrusekopf (Canada)454GreenBachelor
International Financial ModelingDeisting (France)454YellowBachelor
Financial ModelingHäcker454RedBachelor
Multivariate Statistics - Methods & ApplicationsVogl454GreenBachelor
Corporate Leadership and InnovationHammer454GreenBachelor
International Strategy and Sales ManagementGronover454RedBachelor
International Operations and Supply Chain ManagementKrischke454RedBachelor
Creativity Enhancementvan Peel (Belgium)454YellowBachelor
EntrepreneurshipDrape (USA)454YellowBachelor
EntrepreneurshipBeemsen (South Africa)454YellowBachelor
EntrepreneurshipPeisl454YellowBachelor
EntrepreneurshipSchäffler454YellowBachelor
Intercultural Aspects in Project ManagementHunter (Canada)454YellowBachelor
International ManagementMorgan (UK)454YellowBachelor
Business Innovation and Strategic Development (MA)*Feix454RedMaster
Digital Business Development: Trends and Strategies (MA)*Slamka454RedMaster
Technology Risk Management: Strategies and Processes (MA)*Weiden454RedMaster
Digital Technology Management: Intellectual Property Rights and Legal Environment (MA)*Haarmann454RedMaster
Corporate Finance /Investmentbanking (MA)*Häcker454RedMaster
Controlling and Modelling (MA)*Trautmansdorff454RedMaster
Customer Interaction in ServiceSteinicke454GreenBachelor

Department 11 Applied Social Sciences

CourseLecturerSWSECTSUS creditscategoryLevel
Social Work in Theory and PracticePötter232YellowBachelor
Current Challenges of Social Work in Europe with a Global perspective - Global Sessions in StockholmPötter354YellowBachelor
Current Challenges of Social Work in Europe with a Global perspective - Global Sessions in StockholmIser354YellowBachelor
Scenario DevelopmentDuerr354GreenBachelor
Conflict and ConsensusHalkic254GreenBachelor
Scientific WritingKonstantinova254YellowBachelor
Mentorat III: Job Application Training (B-MA)**Konstantinova111GreenBachelor
Master

Department 12 Design

CourseLecturerSWSECTSUS creditsCategoryLevel
Design of Digital Products and ServicesKoebler464YellowBachelor

Department 13 General and Interdisciplinary Studies

CourseLecturerSWSECTSUS
Credits
CategoryLevel
Fairy Tales: More than wolves, witches and nasty stepmothersBittner222GreenBachelor
Problems of English Grammar IBlock222GreenBachelor
Frankenstein reloaded - Science and technology in literature and filmBrandstetter222GreenBachelor
Improvisation Theatre ClassCoddington - Burnett (USA)222GreenBachelor
What do you really know when you get information? The Odyssey of PhilosophyDiaz Nafria (Spain)222GreenBachelor
From ancient Utopias to Cyberutopias. An introduction to Political PhilosophyDiaz Nafria (Spain)222GreenBachelor
Historical buildings and monuments in MunichDobler222GreenBachelor
Management simulation A-15:15)Ittstein222GreenBachelor
Management simulation (Group B-17:00)Ittstein222GreenBachelor
Big Brother is watching you: The culture of surveillanceJärvenpää222GreenBachelor
Let's make a deal!Järvenpää222GreenBachelor
Germany today: Issues, cultures, identitiesJärvenpää222GreenBachelor
Management, Leadership and the Theatrical
COURSE CANCELLED
Lupas

COURSE CANCELLED
Super Power on ist knees? A look at the America's problems and their solutionsSinn222GreenBachelor

Department 14 Tourism

CourseLecturerSWSECTSUS
Credits
CategoryLevel
HR Transformation (B-MA)**Fieser232GreenBachelor
Master
Tourism and Transport: State of the art and emerging issues (B-MA)**Klassen232GreenBachelor
Master
Introduction of Sales - Tools, Concepts and Strategies (B-MA)**Fleck232GreenBachelor
Master
Special Aspects in Tourism I: Management Skills (B-MA)**/*****García Almeida (Spain)243RedBachelor
Master
Special Aspects in Tourism II: Health Tourism (B-MA)**/*****Steckenbauer464RedBachelor
Master
Financial Management II (MA)*Humpe454YellowMaster
Hospitality Management and Consulting (B-MA)**Brabant232GreenBachelor
Master
Intercultural Competence: Focus on Latin America******Schröder454GreenBachelor
Intercultural Competence: Focus on Australia and the Asia Pacific Region******Junek (Australia)454GreenBachelor
Destination ManagementKühnel-Widmann232GreenBachelor
Intercultural Challenges in the Tourism IndustryLink122GreenBachelor
International Marketing (B-MA)**Schnabel232GreenBachelor
Master

D = department = Fakultät


SWS = Semesterwochenstunden (2SWS = 1,5 h; 1SWS = 45 Minuten)


US Credits: The US credit points mentioned above are calculated as follows: ECTS points divided by 1.5 (and then rounded up). This calculation is meant to serve as a rough guide only and is not applicable to all US university systems.


tba. = to be announced (noch nicht festgelegt)



*(MA): Master level course


**(B-MA)This course is for Master and Bachelor students


*** This course is held in Spanish and does not count for the CiE certificate.


****+1 Credit with additional presentation


*****Master students preferred, Bachelor students with advanced academic interest in the subject and high level of English are also accepted.


******Students can choose only one of both courses.




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