On the following sites, you can find information on the courses available at our Department:
Contact Ms. Christiane Cischinsky if you have any questions on the modules offered.
Modules available on the master’s program
If you want to attend a module from our master’s program, please contact Mr. Sebastian Herdtweck. These modules are only open to master’s students. Please also note that only elective modules from the master's program may be selected. Exchange students cannot attend the core courses.
Registering for a Seminar
Please note that there is a registration week for all bachelor’s seminars in May (for seminars taking place in fall) and in November (for seminars taking place in spring). It is only possible to de-register from a seminar, or change to a different seminar, after the registration week is over. Further information is available in the current course catalog.
Typical Class Formats:
- LECTURES: These classes are normally taught by professors. On the one hand, they provide students with fundamental knowledge of a subject and, on the other hand, they explain complex theories, concepts, and long-term developments. The material taught in lectures is usually developed in the advanced stages of the program.
- SEMINARS: This type of class features discussions and oral presentations to encourage student participation, and usually requires students to write a term paper. The purpose of the oral presentations is to give students the opportunity to gain experience in presenting general or specialized academic topics. They usually last for between ten and forty minutes.
- EXERCISE COURSES: These courses are usually led by academic staff members. They are used to review the information conveyed in lectures, and relevant subject literature. They give students the chance to apply their systematic knowledge and skills in a theoretical and practice-oriented manner. Often, the material from lectures is developed during these courses.
- TUTORIALS. Tutorials are small working groups that are led by older students (tutors). The main purpose of this type of class is to consolidate the information learned in lectures and exercise courses. New material usually isn’t taught here.
ECTS credits are awarded following the successful completion of an examination. Students receive grades ranging from 1.0 to 5.0, where 1.0 is the best (equivalent to grade A) and 5.0 the worst (equivalent to grade F).
Courses Taught at Other Schools
The university course catalog contains details of all modules available at the University of Mannheim.
You can find information on courses taught in English at the other schools on the International Office’s website.