Course catalogs

All courses can be looked up on C@MPUS. Furthermore annotated course catalogs describing course contents and registration are used in humanities, linguistics and social sciences.

All courses can be looked up on C@MPUS now! On C@MPUS you can also set up your personal class schedule and register for your lectures.
When you have successfully registered for a course on C@MPUS you will automatically become a member of the course on ILIAS.

The individual lecture halls are listed in the auditorium directory [de].

For setting up your class schedule you should use the following documents and programs:

  • the Module Manuals (also called Module Guide or Module Handbook, they contain a detailed description of the module contents and of the individual courses). You can find them on the Campus Management System C@MPUS (please click as follows: choose the degree - click on the book behind the study program's name).
  • the syllabi (also called overviews of module examinations or macrostructure); you can find them on the study program's website.
  • the annotated course catalogs (especially in languages and cultural studies, see below).

New students can find pointers on how to set up a class schedule, also class recommendations and partly completed class schedules here:

Also visit the C@MPUS guide on how to create your personal schedule.

Annotated course catalogs describing course contents and registration are used in humanities, linguistics and social sciences. In these subjects, it is normally possible to choose from different courses. C@MPUS is increasingly replacing annotated course catalogs; to find out more on this topic, visit the respective study program websites.

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