Exam and Event Administration in selma

The exam and event administration is already in use for the following courses of study:

School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

  • Advanced Computational and Civil Engineering Structural Studies (Master)
  • Air Transport and Logistics (Master)
  • Architecture (Diplom)
  • Civil Engineering (Bachelor) distance learning
  • Civil Engineering (Diplom)
  • Civil Engineering (Diplom) distance learning
  • Civil Engineering (Diplom) postgraduate course
  • Civil Engineering (Diplom) postgraduate course distance learning
  • Civil Engineering ACCESS (Master)
  • Cartography (Master)
  • Electrical Transportation Systems (Master)
  • Forest Sciences (Bachelor)
  • Forest Sciences (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Geodesy (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Geodesy and Geoinformation (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Geography (Bachelor)
  • Geography (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Geoinformation Technologies (Master)
  • Hydrobiology (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2018)
  • Hydrology (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2018)
  • Hydro-sciences: Water Management, Hydrology, Circular Economy (Bachelor)
  • Landscape Architecture (Bachelor)
  • Landscape Architecture (Master)
  • Public and International Economics (Master)
  • Railway Sytem Engineering (Master)
  • Spatial Development and Natural Resource Management (Master)
  • Transport Economics (Bachelor)
  • Transportation Economics (Master)
  • Transport Engineering (Diploma) (starting from matriculation year 2022)
  • Tropical Forestry (Master)
  • Waste Management and Contaminated Sites Treatment (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2018)
  • Water Management (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2018)
  • Wood Science and Technology (Master)

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Ancient Cultures (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2019)
  • Applied Media Research (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2018)
  • Art History (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (Bachelor)
  • Catholic Theological Studies in an interdisciplinary context (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Continuing Education Research and Organisational Development (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2019)
  • Digital Humanities (Master)
  • European Languages (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • History (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • History (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2021)
  • International Studies in Intellectual Property Law and Data Law (Master)
  • Linguistics, Literature and Cultural Studies (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Literature, Culture and Societal Change (Master)
  • Media Research (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Philosophy (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Philosophy (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2021)
  • Political Science (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Politics and the Constitution (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2021)
  • Protestant Theology (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Social Education (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Social Education, Social Work and Welfare Science (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2019)
  • Sociology (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Sociology (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2021)
  • Vocational Education and Personnel Capacity Building (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2020)

School of Engineering Sciences

  • Biomedical Engineering (Diplom) (starting from matriculation year 2022)
  • Computational Modeling and Simulation (Master)
  • Distributed Systems Engineering (Master)
  • Electrical Engineering (Diplom) (starting from matriculation year 2021)
  • Information Systems Engineering (Diplom) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Materials Science (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2019)
  • Materials Science (Diplom) (starting from matriculation year 2019)
  • Mechanical Engineering (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2022)
  • Mechanical Engineering (Bachelor) distance learning (starting from matriculation year 2022)
  • Mechanical Engineering (Diplom) (starting from matriculation year 2022)
  • Mechanical Engineering (Diplom) distance learning (starting from matriculation year 2022)
  • Mechanical Engineering (Diplom) postgraduate course (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Mechanical Engineering (Diplom) postgraduate course distance learning (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Mechatronics (Diplom) (starting from matriculation year 2021)
  • Media Computer Science (Master)
  • Nanoelectronic Systems (Master)
  • Process Engineering and Natural Materials Technology (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2019)
  • Process Engineering and Natural Materials Technology (Diplom) (starting from matriculation year 2019)
  • Process Engineering and Natural Materials Technology (Diplom) postgraduate course (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Renewable Energy Systems (Diplom) (starting from matriculation year 2021)
  • Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology (Master)

School of Science

  • Biology (Bachelor)
  • Biology (Master)
  • Biology in Society (Master)
  • Biochemistry (Master)
  • Chemistry (Bachelor)
  • Chemistry (Master)
  • Food Chemistry (State Examination)
  • Mathematics (Bachelor)
  • Mathematics (Master)
  • Mathematics in Business and Economics (Bachelor)
  • Mathematics in Business and Economics (Master)
  • Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (Bachelor)
  • Molecular Biosciences and Productive Biosystems (Master)
  • Molecular Biotechnology (Bachelor)
  • Psychology (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2021; until matriculation year 2020 without examination management)
  • Psychology: Cognitive-Affective Neuroscience (Master)
  • Psychology: Human Performance in Socio-Technical Systems (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2020)
  • Psychology with focus on Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy (Master)
  • Technomathematics (Master)
  • Physics (Bachelor)
  • Physics (Master)
  • Organic and Molecular Electronics (Master)

School of Medicine

  • Dentistry (State Examination)
  • Human Medicine - Model Course (State Examination)
  • Medicine (State Examination)
  • Medical Radiation Sciences (Master)
  • Midwifery (Bachelor)
  • Public Health (Master)

Central research unit "Center for International Studies (ZIS)"

  • International Relations (Bachelor) (starting from matriculation year 2022)
  • International Relations (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2022)

Central research unit "Center for Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering (CMCB)"

  • Physics of Life (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2022)
  • Regenerative Biology and Medicine (Master) (starting from matriculation year 2022)