If you want to take elective modules in your subsidiary subject before you take elective modules in mathematics, it is sufficient to complete the second page only in order to submit a plan for your subsidiaries. If you would like to subsequently amend your choice, you must submit a new plan for your subsidiaries. Please note that, depending on your subsidiary subject, modules in which you have already attempted an examination are an integral part of your study programme. Registered modules and examinations taken in a subsidiary, which are not covered by an approved examination plan, are recorded as voluntary additional credits and can be included in your degree.
In order to register a module in the compulsory elective area Ü (PO 2011), you can simply send an e-mail to the Office for Student Affairs. You will then be given access and will be able to register for the examination yourself. An examination plan is not required for registration.
You can register a module in the compulsory elective courses and the studium generale area (PO 2018) without access granted by the Office for Student Affairs an examination plan is also not necessary.
Before choosing a compulsory elective module in mathematics for the first time, you must submit a so-called initial examination plan. This must cover plans for your entire Bachelor’s programme (including the compulsory elective area Ü (PO 2011) resp. compulsory elective courses/studium generale (PO 2018) and the subsidiary subject) as well as the mathematics elements of your Master’s programme because the choices you make during the Bachelor’s programme will influence the choices during the Master’s. Once this plan has been approved, you are free to attend other elective modules in mathematics, as well. If new Examination Regulations are adopted before you embark on your Master’s programme, you will have to re-plan.
Examination plans for subsidiary subjects and other examination plans must be submitted prior to the respective examination registration phase.
In your application for your degree certificate at the end of your Bachelor’s programme, you must explain which of the modules you have completed should be included in your degree. At the same time, you must state which mathematics modules, which subsidiary subjects and which non-mathematical specialisation classes you intend to take during forthcoming Master’s programme (in so far as this is possible with regard to specialisations/subsidiary subjects that are still in the process of being approved). This helps to ensure, on the one hand, that you will be able to register for the modules without delay as soon as you have made the transition and, on the other, that it can be checked whether there is a need for conditions to be imposed if you are changing your subsidiary subjects or field of study.
The application for your degree certificate, together with your application for the Master’s programme, must reach the Office for Student Affairs by 15.03 or 15.09. respectively to ensure a seamless transition to the Master’s programme. If you have taken examinations during your Bachelor’s programme which, according to your examination plan, you are not intending to include in your Master’s degree, these will automatically be designated as voluntary additional credits in your Bachelor’s degree and may not be included in your Master’s.