The module handbook helps to understand the course structure that students see in the "Studienplaner" in alma. The module handbook will indicate which exams are mandatory to complete a module, which courses are assessed and which are not and what the requirements are to complete a course successfully.
The special part of the examination regulations focuses on a particular study course whereas the general part contains regulations that a common for all or at least a group of philology subjects within the faculty. As a rule the exam regulations are continually amended by so-called "Änderungssatzungen" and the most current changes are found at the end of the document.
The special part ("Besonderer Teil") of the exam regulations contains amongst others:
- list of modules, indicating which are mandatory and which are optional
- information about "Orientierungs- und Zwischenprüfung"
- information on how the final grade is calculated
The general part ("Allgemeiner Teil") of the exam regulations contains information on:
- how often an exam can be repeated
- deadlines for the "Orientierungs- und Zwischenprüfung"
- B.A. and M.A. exam procedures and requirements
|Valid from winter semester 2016/17|
|Module Handbook B.A. Interdisciplinary American Studies |
With and Without Integrated Year Abroad
|Examination Regulations |
|Valid from winter semester 2021/22|
|Module Handbook M.A. American Studies||Examinations Regulations (Special Part)|| |
|Valid from winter semester 2016/2017|
|Module Handbook M.A. American Studies||Examination Regulations (Special Part)||Examination Regulations (General Part)|