What does a Module Studies programme have to offer?

Starting in the Summer Semester 2014, the DIT offers an interdisciplinary module-based study programme to impart current and practice-oriented knowledge at the university level. Students can register for modules (individual courses or multiple courses combined into one module) in the following areas, in order to improve their personal qualifications or further develop their career:

  • Economics
  • Technology
  • Health

Each module culminates in an exam. Modules can be completed from the regular courses offered in all non-restricted admission Bachelor programmes:

Our Further Education Centre also offers opportunities for further qualification and training in addition to full-time and numerous part-time study programmes and certificate courses. From the Further Education Centre, a wide range of courses as well as modules can be completed. Completed modules can be credited towards later full-time and part-time programmes of study.  Please be advised that tuition fees do still apply for Further Education Centre courses, since the abolition of tuition fees for other full-time degree courses. Please consult a student councellor for more information.

Upon successful completion of a module, the student of the Module Studies programme receives a certificate with the final grade and the ECTS credit points earned. Modules totalling up to 30 ECTS points can be completed per semester. The modules are designed to be completed in either one semester or two consecutive semesters. Modules are offered as regular in-class courses, partly as evening or weekend courses, or as E-learning modules; so that you can individually plan your own learning to fit with career and family responsibilities and at the same time expand your professional network. Each registered student obtains access to the E-Learning courses of the Virtual University of Bavaria (http://www.vhb.org/).

A continually changing range of (intensive) language courses are available to students of the Module Studies programme. Like all students, students of the Module programme are registered as a student for that semester and must re-enrol if they wish to complete more modules in the next semester.

 

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