We are convinced of the idea that the development of degree programs requires an attitude that is oriented towards reflection on one's own practice. We therefore understand degree program development as a discursive reflecition with the degree program. 

Program development takes into account different perspectives of stakeholders with regard to relevant factors and includes them in the design of the curricula. In doing so, an attitude is adopted that aims to realize these in an appropriate relationship to each other in the degree program.

It is a challenge to consider the relevant factors from multiple perspectives and to identify possible areas of tension. In our understanding, contradictions and areas of tension are an opportunity that can promote dialogues, make learning tangible, and provide impulses for further developments as well as for necessary scope of action. Therefore, we encourage a program development process that focuses on curious cooperation and stimulating exchange in teaching, research, self-administration, the labor market and society.

For all your questions on this topic, the team of Dept. III 1 advises and supports you.