Our Faculty of Science offers students various Bachelor and Master degree programs: In addition to established subjects, such as biology, chemistry, geosciences, informatics, mathematics, pharmaceutics, physics, and psychology, interdisciplinary subjects, such as the "modern classics" biochemistry, bioinformatics, and geoecology are offered. In addition, there are also more applied subjects, such as archaeological sciences, applied & environmental geosciences, cognitive science, environmental studies, media informatics, medical informatics, human geography, nanosciences, and school psychology.
An overview of all study programs of our Faculty is provided by the data base of study programs at the University of Tübingen and via each individual department directly.
MINT-Studienbotschaftersind engagierte Studierende mathematisch-naturwissenschaftlicher Fachrichtungen (MINT = Mathematik, Informatik, Naturwissenschaft, Technik), die Schulen in der Umgebung von Tübingen besuchen um für Schülerinnen und Schülern einen Kontakt zwischen Schule und Universität herzustellen. Ziel ist es, Jugendlichen auf eine motivierende und ansprechende Art und Weise einen authentischen Eindruck von den Inhalten, Anforderungen und Chancen eines Studiums im MINT-Bereich zu vermitteln.
The Faculty of Science offers several international and multilingual study programs. At the University of Tübingen, international study programs are programs that can be studied completely in English. An entry requirement is the evidence of English (language efficiency equivalent level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). German skills are not necessary. For studying multilingual study programs, German skills are necessary and have to be proofed. However, a significant part (> 40%) of the modules are taught in English.
Examination regulations of BSc and MSc Study programs
Examination regulations of BEd and MEd Study progrmas
Examination regulations for State examination study programs for teacher education (GymPO) (beginning of study until winter semester 2014/15)