Transitional provisions for our bachelor programs.
Business Informatics, UE 033 526
Computer Engineering, UE 033 535
Media Informatics and Visual Computing, UE 033 532
Medical Informatics, UE 033 533
Software and Information Engineering, UE 033 534
Transitional provisions for our master programs.
Business Informatics, UE 066 926
Computer Engineering, UE 066 938
Data Science, UE 066 645
Logic and Computation, UE 066 931
Media and Human-Centered Computing, UE 066 935
Medical Informatics, UE 066 936
Software Engineering and Internet Computing, UE 066 937
Visual Computing, UE 066 932
Frequently Asked Questions
What are transitional provisions?
Transitional provisions are related to new curricula. If you began your studies under an old curriculum, the transitional provisions describe how to proceed when you graduate under a new curriculum.
Which version of the curriculum am I in?
You are always in the currently valid (i.e., latest) version of your curriculum. If you began your studies under an older version, the transitional provisions will help you with the transition.
What do the years and numbers mean?
Example: “2020 « 2018” - These transitional provisions are relevant to you if you started your studies under the 2018 curriculum and you are graduating after the 2020 curriculum.
What does “DP” stand for?
For “Diplomstudium”, i.e. the very old curriculum.
Help, I don’t know what any of this means!
Please contact our Study Services team (see below).