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University-wide electives (German)

University Wide Electives - Bachelor

ACC 351 International Accounting (Lecture w/ Exercise, English)
Lecture type:
Lecture w/ Exercise
ECTS:
6.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
No registration required.
Examination achievement:
Grading is based on a final exam (100%).
The final exam is expected to take 90 minutes.
Instructor(s):
Christoph Hütten , Silke Frankl
Description:
The lecturs is hold by Dr. Hütten, Chief Accounting Officer at SAP AG, Walldorf. The exercise class is hold by Dr. Sessar from SAP AG in Walldorf.

Course Hours:
tba

In response to the globalisation of the world’s capital markets the language of communicating financial information to these capital markets is experiencing a similar globalisation: Since 2001, almost 120 countries have required or permitted the use of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Thus, the world may not be far away from realising the vision of a global set of accounting standards. In such an environment being knowledgeable about IFRS is nearly as important for a business professionals as English language skills.
This course introduces you to the framework, concepts, and processes associated with international financial reporting. You will learn how IFRS are developed and used around the world. You will also examine fundamental IFRS requirements and will exercise their application in practice. Thus, the course shall enable you to understand financial statements prepared under IFRS and apply IFRS accounting and disclosure requirements to a wide range of scenarios.
China-Seminar: A brief introduction to China and the Communication Techniques (Seminar, German)
Lecture type:
Seminar
ECTS:
3
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
Please register with Ms. Didi Zhang: <didi.zhang@bwl.uni-mannheim.de>
Learning target:
A brief introduction to China, people, culture, landscape und history. By the end of the seminar students will be able to understand:

• how to communicate with Chinese people
• where communication problems come from
• how the Chinese culture and history can influence the business with China
Recommended requirement:
Literature:
Länderbericht China. D.Fischer/M.Lackner (Hrsg.) Bonn:bpb. 2007
Das große China-Lexikon. Darmstadt:Primusverlag. 2003
Beruflich in China. Alexander Thomas; Eberhard Schenk. Göttingen:v-r. 2005
China.de / Erfolgreich verhandeln mit chinesischen Geschäftspartnern. Manuel Vermeer. Wiesbaden:Gabler Verlag.
Ost trifft West. Yang Lui. Mainz:Verlag Germann Schmidt. 2007
etc.
Examination achievement:
Written and/or oral exam
Instructor(s):
Didi Zhang
Description:
The course covers communication skills, negotiation strategies, and difficulties in business relations with Chinese, in order to lead to a better understanding of the Chinese culture. Additionally, the students will learn about the history and philosophy of China.

Syllabus:
Week 1 A brief introduction to China
Week 2 The intercultural communication
Week 3 The intercultural communication
Week 4 The intercultural communication
Week 5 The intercultural communication
Week 6 The Chinese culture
Week 7 The Chinese culture
Week 8 The Chinese culture
Week 9 The Chinese culture
Week 10 The Chinese history 1
Week 11 The Chinese history 2
Week 12 The Chinese history 3
Week 13 The Chinese history 4
Week 14 The Chinese language
Week 15 exam
Common Foreign and Security Policy of the EU (Seminar, English)
Lecture type:
Seminar
ECTS:
8
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
This course will provide students with an introduction to the history, decision-making process, institutions, instruments and challenges facing the Common Foreign and Security Policy (hereafter CFSP) and the Common Security and Defense Policy (hereafter CSDP). Students will be given an overview of the history and evolution of European foreign policy and defense policy cooperation since the 1950s, including the institutional setup of CFSP and CSDP from Maastricht to Lisbon. Special attention will be given to the strengthening of CFSP and CSDP since the Treaty of Lisbon and the challenges facing the future development of CFSP and CSDP.

Upon completion of this course, the students will have acquired insight into the development and functioning of CFSP and CSDP and the major challenges facing this specific policy area. Moreover, students will be able to reflect critically their own thinking about European (and national) foreign security and defence policy from a legal perspective.

Next to the result of the final written exam, active participation (e.g. discussions, presentations, group assignments) during the course will also contribute to the overall grade.

If you would like to attend this course, please register via email: meta.geisbuesch@uni-mannheim.de and contact your coordinator in order to check whether you can choose this course. The course will take place in room W 214.
Recommended requirement:
Literature:
Background reading / preparation:

Keukeleire, S. and Delreux, T. (2013), The Foreign Policy of the European Union (Basingstoke: Palgrave)
Howorth, J. (2014), Security and Defence Policy in the European Union  (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan)
Merlingen, M. (2011), EU Security Policy: What It Is, How It Works, Why It Matters (Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc)
 
Examination achievement:
Next to the result of the final written exam, active participation (e.g. discussions, presentations, group assignments) during the course will also contribute to the overall grade.
Instructor(s):
van Adelberg Meta Geisbüsch
Description:

This course will provide students with an introduction to the history, decision-making process, institutions, instruments and challenges facing the CFSP and CSDP. Students will be given an overview of the history and evolution of European foreign policy and defense policy cooperation since the 1950s, including the institutional setup of CFSP and CSDP from Maastricht to Lisbon. Special attention will be given to the strengthening of CFSP and CSDP since the Treaty of Lisbon.

The course aims at defining the scope and limitations of the CFSP and CSDP in the context of the changing security threats and challenges and changing transatlantic relations.
Einführung in das deutsche Zivilrecht für ausländische Studierende (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
10.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Registration procedure:

The course gives an introduction to German private law especially for foreign law students. The course begins with an overview of the legal sources of German law. In particular, the special position of the Civil Code and its historical development will be discussed.

Then the most important legal areas of the Civil Code will be worked out on the basis of systematic descriptions and case solutions. By focusing on the law of torts, the law of obligations and the law of property, the working method in German civil law is clarified. Short introductions to inheritance and family law, company law and civil procedural law round off the course through private law.

 

Structure

- Definition of private law, historical development

- Structure of the BGB

- tort law

- law of obligations

- property law

- Inheritance and Family Law, Company Law and Civil Procedure Law at a Glance

 

The aim of the course is to ensure that students are familiar with the structures of German civil law by the end of the course and that they are able to handle smaller cases with the knowledge they have acquired.

Instructor(s):
Daniel Friedrich
Einführung in das deutsche Zivilrecht für ausländische Studierende (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
10.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Registration procedure:

The course gives an introduction to German private law especially for foreign law students. The course begins with an overview of the legal sources of German law. In particular, the special position of the Civil Code and its historical development will be discussed.

Then the most important legal areas of the Civil Code will be worked out on the basis of systematic descriptions and case solutions. By focusing on the law of torts, the law of obligations and the law of property, the working method in German civil law is clarified. Short introductions to inheritance and family law, company law and civil procedural law round off the course through private law.

 

Structure

- Definition of private law, historical development

- Structure of the BGB

- tort law

- law of obligations

- property law

- Inheritance and Family Law, Company Law and Civil Procedure Law at a Glance

 

The aim of the course is to ensure that students are familiar with the structures of German civil law by the end of the course and that they are able to handle smaller cases with the knowledge they have acquired.

Instructor(s):
Daniel Friedrich
Energy markets: legal and policy framework (Lecture, English)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
8
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
This course will provide students with the knowledge of the technological and regulatory framework applying to energy markets. It will address the relevant issues of governance and liberalization of particular markets such as electricity and gas. Furthermore, the institutional legal framework will be explored, with the main focus on the European Union and the internal energy market it seeks to create.
After presenting the regulatory framework and energy policy developments on the international and the EU level, the course will focus on competition rules, international trade in energy and energy subsidies.
The following part of the course will examine how policy incentives for climate change mitigation affect the energy sector, with the EU often used as a case example. It will cover the current developments in Climate Change Law, legal and policy matters associated with the renewable energy sector, and the role of exemplary international organizations in the creation of more sustainable energy policies.
The course will be conducted through lectures, discussions and seminars. Next to the results of the final written exam also the seminar presentation will contribute to the overall grade for this course.
Instructor(s):
Marija Turkovic Popovski
Finanzwirtschaft (Lecture w/ Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture w/ Exercise
ECTS:
6.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
3
Registration procedure:
No registration required for the lecture. Whether you need to register for accompanying exercises/tutorials will be announced in the first lecture
Learning target:
Participants of this Course are familiar with different investment methods and learn how to make decisions under certainty employing the most prevalent methods from practice. Moreover, they know the most important funding sources of companies and are able to price common securities employing basic methods.
Participants of the accompanying tutorials work successfully in teams and are able to present exercises in a clear and convincing manner.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Written exam (90 min.)
Instructor(s):
Thomas Johann
Description:
1. Basics
1.1. Definition and goals
1.2. Basic models of decision theory
2. Capital budgeting
2.1. Static capital budgeting methods
2.1.1. Accounting rate of return
2.1.2. Comparative cost method
2.1.3. Average return method
2.1.4. Payback period rule
2.2. Dynamic capital budgeting methods
2.2.1. Complete finance plan
2.2.2. Present value method
2.2.3. Annuity method
2.2.4. Method of internal interest rates
3. Financing forms
3.1. Legal form and financing
3.2. External financing
3.2.1. Equity financing
3.2.2. Financing by way of credit
3.3. Internal financing
3.3.1. Self-financing
3.3.2. Financing through accrual and allocation to the reserves
Finanzwirtschaft (Lecture w/ Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture w/ Exercise
ECTS:
6.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
3
Registration procedure:
No registration required for the lecture. Whether you need to register for accompanying exercises/tutorials will be announced in the first lecture
Learning target:
Participants of this Course are familiar with different investment methods and learn how to make decisions under certainty employing the most prevalent methods from practice. Moreover, they know the most important funding sources of companies and are able to price common securities employing basic methods.
Participants of the accompanying tutorials work successfully in teams and are able to present exercises in a clear and convincing manner.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Written exam (90 min.)
Instructor(s):
Thomas Johann
Description:
1. Basics
1.1. Definition and goals
1.2. Basic models of decision theory
2. Capital budgeting
2.1. Static capital budgeting methods
2.1.1. Accounting rate of return
2.1.2. Comparative cost method
2.1.3. Average return method
2.1.4. Payback period rule
2.2. Dynamic capital budgeting methods
2.2.1. Complete finance plan
2.2.2. Present value method
2.2.3. Annuity method
2.2.4. Method of internal interest rates
3. Financing forms
3.1. Legal form and financing
3.2. External financing
3.2.1. Equity financing
3.2.2. Financing by way of credit
3.3. Internal financing
3.3.1. Self-financing
3.3.2. Financing through accrual and allocation to the reserves
Finanzwirtschaft (Lecture w/ Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture w/ Exercise
ECTS:
6.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
3
Registration procedure:
No registration required for the lecture. Whether you need to register for accompanying exercises/tutorials will be announced in the first lecture
Learning target:
Participants of this Course are familiar with different investment methods and learn how to make decisions under certainty employing the most prevalent methods from practice. Moreover, they know the most important funding sources of companies and are able to price common securities employing basic methods.
Participants of the accompanying tutorials work successfully in teams and are able to present exercises in a clear and convincing manner.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Written exam (90 min.)
Instructor(s):
Thomas Johann
Description:
1. Basics
1.1. Definition and goals
1.2. Basic models of decision theory
2. Capital budgeting
2.1. Static capital budgeting methods
2.1.1. Accounting rate of return
2.1.2. Comparative cost method
2.1.3. Average return method
2.1.4. Payback period rule
2.2. Dynamic capital budgeting methods
2.2.1. Complete finance plan
2.2.2. Present value method
2.2.3. Annuity method
2.2.4. Method of internal interest rates
3. Financing forms
3.1. Legal form and financing
3.2. External financing
3.2.1. Equity financing
3.2.2. Financing by way of credit
3.3. Internal financing
3.3.1. Self-financing
3.3.2. Financing through accrual and allocation to the reserves
Finanzwirtschaft (Lecture w/ Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture w/ Exercise
ECTS:
6.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
3
Registration procedure:
No registration required for the lecture. Whether you need to register for accompanying exercises/tutorials will be announced in the first lecture
Learning target:
Participants of this Course are familiar with different investment methods and learn how to make decisions under certainty employing the most prevalent methods from practice. Moreover, they know the most important funding sources of companies and are able to price common securities employing basic methods.
Participants of the accompanying tutorials work successfully in teams and are able to present exercises in a clear and convincing manner.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Written exam (90 min.)
Instructor(s):
Thomas Johann
Description:
1. Basics
1.1. Definition and goals
1.2. Basic models of decision theory
2. Capital budgeting
2.1. Static capital budgeting methods
2.1.1. Accounting rate of return
2.1.2. Comparative cost method
2.1.3. Average return method
2.1.4. Payback period rule
2.2. Dynamic capital budgeting methods
2.2.1. Complete finance plan
2.2.2. Present value method
2.2.3. Annuity method
2.2.4. Method of internal interest rates
3. Financing forms
3.1. Legal form and financing
3.2. External financing
3.2.1. Equity financing
3.2.2. Financing by way of credit
3.3. Internal financing
3.3.1. Self-financing
3.3.2. Financing through accrual and allocation to the reserves
Formal Foundations of Computer Science (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
6.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden beherrschen grundlegende für die Informatik rele-vanten Konzepte, Begriffsbildungen und wissenschaftlichen Arbeits-techniken aus Mathematik und Logik. Sie kennen weiterhin eine erste Auswahl an wichtigen Datenstrukturen und  effizienten Algorithmen für grundlegende Probleme.
Methodenkompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen die Fähigkeit, informal gegebene Sachver-halte formal zu modellieren und die entstehenden formalen Struktu-ren bzgl. grundlegender Eigenschaften zu klassifizieren. Sie können weiterhin  auf einem für Informatiker adäquaten Niveau gegebene Aussagen mathematisch  beweisen.
Personale Kompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen ein Grundverständnis der för die Informa-tik wichtigen formalen Strukturen, Modelle und Arbeitstechniken. Sie können auf höherem Niveau abstrakt denken und formal modellieren.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)
Instructor(s):
Matthias Krause
Description:
  • Grundlagen Aussagenlogik (Folgern, Beweisen)
  • Mengen, Relationen, Abbildungen
  • Grundlagen der Kombinatorik (Abzählen von endlichen Mengen, Abzählbarkeit)
  • Einführung Graphentheorie
  • Algebraische Strukturen (Halbgruppen, Gruppen, Homorphismen, Faktorstrukturen)
  • Grundlegende Berechnungsmodelle/Endliche Automaten
Grundlagen der Finanzmathematik / Quantitative Methoden (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
6.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Students are supposed to learn about and apply the fundamental methods of the mathematics of finance, as well as its application in business administration. The lecture is concerned with two basic problems. On the one hand, a payment flow will be valued (interests, dividends, bond investment). For that, specific interest models will be introduced. On the other hand, the interest yield of different investments will be defined. In addition, the mathematics of bonds and annuities will be thoroughly discussed.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Written exam (45 min.)
Instructor(s):
Cornelia Schön-Peterson , Lars Rickenberg , Peter Albrecht
Description:
  • Presentation of different interest models
  • Valuation of financial assets
  • Mathematics of bonds and annuities
  • Interest rate calculation
  • bond/yield valuation
Grundlagen der Finanzmathematik / Quantitative Methoden (Introductory course, German)
Lecture type:
Introductory course
ECTS:
6.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Learning target:
Students are supposed to learn about and apply the fundamental methods of the mathematics of finance, as well as its application in business administration. The lecture is concerned with two basic problems. On the one hand, a payment flow will be valued (interests, dividends, bond investment). For that, specific interest models will be introduced. On the other hand, the interest yield of different investments will be defined. In addition, the mathematics of bonds and annuities will be thoroughly discussed.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Written exam (45 min.)
Instructor(s):
Lars Rickenberg
Description:
  • Presentation of different interest models
  • Valuation of financial assets
  • Mathematics of bonds and annuities
  • Interest rate calculation
  • bond/yield valuation
Grundlagen der Volkswirtschaftslehre (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Instructor(s):
Steffen Habermalz , Martin Peitz
Grundlagen der Volkswirtschaftslehre (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Instructor(s):
Steffen Habermalz , Martin Peitz
Grundlagen der Volkswirtschaftslehre (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Instructor(s):
Steffen Habermalz , Martin Peitz
IDV 404 Seminar Philosophie: Theories about territorial rights: Why may states control land and the people on it? (Seminar, English)
Lecture type:
Seminar
ECTS:
6
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
REGISTRATION:
All incoming exchange students at the School of Humanities need to register for their courses via the Registration Form which will be emailed to them before the start of the semester. For further information please contact: incoming@phil.uni-mannheim.de
Instructor(s):
International Law and International Relations (Lecture, English)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
8
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Instructor(s):
Raphael Oidtmann
External Relations Law of the European Union (Lecture w/ Exercise, English)
Lecture type:
Lecture w/ Exercise
ECTS:
8
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
External Relations Law of the European Union represents an area of the EU Law which is especially concerned with the legal aspects of the cooperation of the European Union with non-member States and with international organizations. Developments and challenges in the international sphere make this field of law particularly significant for an appropriate understanding of certain international legal matters and the EU’s inclusion in its further evolvement.
Literature:
Recommended Literature:
 
Eeckhout, Piet, ‘EU External Relations Law’ (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2011) 
Winand Pascaline, Benvenuti Andrea, Guderzo Max (eds.), ‘The External Relations of the European Union’ (Bruxelles, Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien,  P.I.E. Peter Lang, 2015) 
Foster N, ‘Foster on EU law’ (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2011) 
 
You don’t need to buy any of these textbooks since they are only intended to provide you with an insight into the subject matter.
 
Required reading materials as well as additional sources will be provided electronically or during the lectures.
Instructor(s):
Marija Turkovic Popovski
Description:
Contents:
The course aims at familiarizing students with the objectives and role of the EU institutions and its Member States in their external relations, also with the practice and case law from the European Court of Justice (ECJ) and academic literature in this field.
Throughout the course there will be a focus on:
Treaty foundations for external relations and external policies
External powers in matters of Commercial  Policy  and Common Foreign and Security Policy
International foundations: life cycle of an international agreement and the EU’s membership in international organizations
Common Commercial Policy: legal scope, judicial review of measures, relation with the World Trade Organization
Common Foreign and Security Policy
Sanctions Policy
Non-EU perspectives on the European integration and its international cooperation 
Learning outcomes and qualification goals:
Students shall acquire necessary knowledge on the legal foundations of the EU’s foreign policy and its practical implications, on conferred competences on the EU to act in an international domain and on its role in creation of international legal order.
The course will be conducted through lectures, discussions, and seminars which will allow students to work in small groups on legal cases from practice. Next to the results of the final written exam, active participation during the lectures and seminars will also contribute to the overall grade for this course.
Public International Law (Lecture, English)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Instructor(s):
Raphael Oidtmann
Description:
This course provides students with an understanding of the system of public international law, regulating relations between actors on the global stage. Topics include: the nature of international law, sources of international law (including treaties, customary international law and general principles of law), participants in the international legal system (including notions of statehood, legal personality and diplomatic protection), territory and acquisition of title, state responsibility, jurisdiction and immunity, the relationship between international and domestic law, international human rights law, the (peacekeeping) operations of the United Nations including the role of the General Assembly, international dispute settlement and the role of the International Court of Justice as well as the law regulating the use of force and, correspondingly, the Security Council.
Sessions will take place on a weekly basis and consist of both lecture and discussion parts. Within the discussion part, current developments such as inter alia pending cases before the International Court of Justice and further contemporary topics will be discussed.

Introductory Reading (optional):
  • Cassese, Antonio (ed.): ‘Realizing Utopia: The Future of International Law’ (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2012)
  • Crawford, James and Ian Brownlie: ‘Brownlie’s Principles of Public International Law’ (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2012)
  • Hall, Stephen: ‘Principles of International Law’ (Hong Kong, LexisNexis, 2014)
  • Kaczorowska, Alina: ‘Public International Law’ (London, Routledge, 2010)
  • Lowe, Vaughan: ‘International Law’ (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2007)
  • Tourme-Jouannet, Emmanuelle: ‘The Liberal-Welfarist Law of Nations: A History of International Law’ (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2012)
Required reading materials as well as additional sources will be provided electronically.
Mode of assessment for this course will be a research paper. In addition, oral participation will contribute to the final grade awarded for this course.

Course is open for Bachelor and Master students and recommended for Bachelor and Master Political Science students. 
Integrated Information Systems (Wifo) (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
6.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
3
Learning target:
After attending the lecture, exercises and tutorials students are able to:
  • model complex business processes based on popular modelling techniques
  • discuss the requirements, characteristics and effects of integrated information systems in industrial companies, including complex process interdependencies
  • complete basic tasks from different functional areas in a wide-spread integrated information system.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Klausur (90 Minuten)
Instructor(s):
Description:
This course first outlines the basics of data and business process modelling based on wide-spread approaches such as entity relationship diagrams, event-driven process chains (EPC), and business process model and notation (BPMN). The remainder of the course then focuses on the use and purpose of integrated information systems across different functional areas in industrial companies. Finally, basics of management support systems such as business intelligence systems are addressed.
 
  • Business Process Modelling
  • Application Systems in
    • Research and Development
    • Marketing and Sales
    • Procurement and Warehousing
    • Production
    • Shipping and Customer Service
    • Finance, Accounting, HR
  • Planning and Control Systems
Japan: Kultur und Gesellschaft (Lecture w/ Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture w/ Exercise
ECTS:
3
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
With successfully completing this module the students
  • got an overview over Japan and the society/culture of Japan
  • acquired country specific and historical basic knowledge as “East-Asia” experts in Europe and/or the home country
  • gained an understanding of Japan, in order to become „a source of information in Germany, Europe or the home country“ for Japan/East Asia
  • gained a deep understanding of an „exotic“ cutlture and developed the ability and flexibility to understand the daily live in Japan and tolerate it as part of the reality in Japan
Examination achievement:
Written and/or oral exam
Instructor(s):
Ryoko Aoyagi
Description:
The lecturer will speak about the historical and social backgrounds of Japan as well as the current situation. Each topic will be prepared and presented by one participant or a group of participants (in German). The participants will discuss the topics in a global context. 
Examples of topics (maybe as a gust lecture):
  • Language (letters, grammar, phonetic, interpersonal relations and language)
  • School system and governmental Curriculum Guideline after world war II
  • Family and work
  • Religion: Shintoismus from the past until today
  • Habits at funerals and ideas about live and death
IDV 401 Lecture International Cultural Studies (Lecture, English)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
5.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
Registration: All incoming exchange students at the School of Humanities need to register for their courses via the Registration Form which will be emailed to them before the start of the semester. For further information please contact incoming@phil.uni-mannheim.de.
Anmeldung: Alle Austauschstudierenden der Philosophischen Fakultät müssen sich über ein Anmeldeformular für ihre Kurse anmelden, das ihnen vor Beginn des Semesters per E-Mail zugeschickt wird. Für weitere Informationen wenden Sie sich bitte an incoming@phil.uni-mannheim.de.
Recommended requirement:
Instructor(s):
Philipp Gassert
Description:
This lecture course provides a wide-ranging overview of a selection of well-known classics of social and cultural thought beginning with Johann Gottfried Herder, who first introduced the idea that cultures are plural and shaped by history. We will then focus on several of the nineteenth and twentieth century classics including Karl Marx, W.E.B. DuBois, Max Weber, Antonio Gramsci, Simone de Beauvoir and others. The lecture ends with a look at more recent authors such as Edward Said and Homi K. Bhabha. The aim of exploring these authors and their intellectual worlds is a twofold one: On the one hand, I will ask about the historical contexts, in which certain ideas were taking shape. How did some of the most well-known representatives of social thought perceive of their time and their present? How can we relate ideas to particular social and cultural developments (which includes economic change, media revolutions, the heavy weight of intellectual traditions, and societal restrictions on what qualified as legitimate thought)? On the other hand, I will ask how concepts such as “culture” or “society” have changed over time. To what extent is what we today perceive of as our world shaped by historical, cultural, and religious traditions? Why did some authors succeeded in catching the “spirit” of their time and ended up as celebrated “classics,” whereas others have been all but forgotten? Knowledge has a history that is often shaped through relations of power as Foucault (another author who will be covered) has reminded us.

Reading list will be provided at the beginning of the term.

Requirements: Attendance, Reading, Final Exam (100% of grade)
MAN 352 Human Resources Management (Lecture, English)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
6.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
3
Registration procedure:
It is mandatory that you register via Portal2 after your arrival. You can register anytime between August 28 - September 7, 2017. The time of your registration is not relevant as seats are not assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Further information will be provided during orientation week.

Registration required for all incoming exchange students only.  Full-time law students shouldn’t register, but should join the ILIAS group to have access to all course materials.
Learning target:
The students
...understand the role of human resource management in organizations
...learn to evaluate methods of personnel selection and development
...understand the basics of job design
…understand advantages and disadvantages of different forms of pay and benefit
…become acquainted with current issues in human resource management

Besides the lecture, teaching assistants offer a bi-weekly 90 minutes exercise class. The exercise classes' goal is the repetition and expansion of the knowledge students acquire in the lecture. To reach that goal the exercise class will offer a mixture of additional knowledge, exercises, and an interactive element, which will improve the ability of knowledge exchange and self-dependent work in small groups.
 
Literature:
Noe, R. A., Hollenbeck, J. R., Gerhart, B. A., & Wright, P. M. (2016). Fundamentals of Human Resource Management (6th revised edition). McGraw Hill Higher Education.
 
Examination achievement:
Final exam (4 ECTS) + Assignments (+2 ECTS; mandatory for incoming students only)

Please note that law students have to take the final exam and can earn 4 ECTS only. Incoming business administration students also (besides the final exam) have to work on several assignments during the semester and earn 6 ECTS.

In order to pass this course successfully, the student has to reach at least an overall grade of 4.0.
Instructor(s):
Torsten Biemann
Description:
The lecture MAN 352 Human Resource Management is part of the courses offered to bachelor students in business administration and law at the University of Mannheim. To get an idea of the coherences, problems, and solutions of human resource management as well as the tasks, operational areas, and instruments of management we offer a weekly lecture (1.5 hours) for 12 weeks.

The lecture includes the following topics on human resource management:Human Resource Environment
  • Job Analysis & Job Design
  • HR Planning & Recruiting
  • Selection
  • Training
  • Performance Management
  • Employee Development
  • Separation & Retention
  • Compensation
  • Incentives + International HRM
  • High-Performance Organizations
The literature applied in the course is based on:
Noe, R. A., Hollenbeck, J. R., Gerhart, B. A., & Wright, P. M. (2016). Fundamentals of Human Resource Management (6th revised edition). McGraw Hill Higher Education.
Marketing (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
6.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
No registration required for the lecture. Whether you need to register for accompanying exercises/tutorials will be announced in the first lecture.
Learning target:
Students gain a thorough overview on relevant questions and functions of marketing and learn basic as well as specific concepts of it. The aim is to provide participants a comprehensive understanding of marketing concepts to apply them for identifying and solving questions related to marketing in business decision making processes. Moreover, students acquire the competence to critically reflect marketing decisions and to apply basic mathematical methods for analyzing and addressing relevant questions of marketing.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Written exam (90 min.)
Instructor(s):
Christian Homburg
Description:
  • General basics
  • Theoretical perspectives: consumer behavior
  • Information-related perspective: foundations of market research
  • Strategic perspective: strategic marketing
  • Instrumental perspective:
  1. Foundations of product policy
  2. Foundations of price policy
  3. Foundations of communication policy
  4. Foundations of distribution and sales policy
  • Institutional perspective:
  1. Services marketing
  2. Business-to-business marketing
  3. International marketing
Marketing (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
6.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
No registration required for the lecture. Whether you need to register for accompanying exercises/tutorials will be announced in the first lecture.
Learning target:
Students gain a thorough overview on relevant questions and functions of marketing and learn basic as well as specific concepts of it. The aim is to provide participants a comprehensive understanding of marketing concepts to apply them for identifying and solving questions related to marketing in business decision making processes. Moreover, students acquire the competence to critically reflect marketing decisions and to apply basic mathematical methods for analyzing and addressing relevant questions of marketing.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Written exam (90 min.)
Instructor(s):
Christian Homburg
Description:
  • General basics
  • Theoretical perspectives: consumer behavior
  • Information-related perspective: foundations of market research
  • Strategic perspective: strategic marketing
  • Instrumental perspective:
  1. Foundations of product policy
  2. Foundations of price policy
  3. Foundations of communication policy
  4. Foundations of distribution and sales policy
  • Institutional perspective:
  1. Services marketing
  2. Business-to-business marketing
  3. International marketing
MAT 301 Analysis I (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
10.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Grundbegriffe der reellen Analysis (BF1, BK1)
• Konvergenz von Folgen und Reihen (BK1)
• Stetigkeit von Funktionen in einer Variablen (BK1)
• Differenzierbarkeit von Funktionen in einer Variablen  (BK1)
• Riemanintegral von Funktionen in einer Variablen (BK1)
Methodenkompetenz:
• mathematische Beweisführung (BF1, BO2)
• Hantieren mit Gleichungen und Ungleichungen (BF1, BO2)
• Berechnen von Grenzwerten (BF1,BO3)
• Kurvendiskussion (BF2, BO3)
• Berechnen von unbestimmten und bestimmten Integralen (BO2,BO3)
Personale Kompetenz:
• Teamarbeit (BF4)
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Li Chen
Description:
• Mengen und Abbildungen
• reelle Zahlen
• Zahlenfolgen und Reihen
• Funktionen in einer reellen Variablen
MAT 303 Linear Algebra I (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
9.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Kenntnis der wesentlichen Ideen und Methoden der Linearen Algebra, Kenntnis der wesentlichen mathematischen Beweismethoden (BK1).
Methodenkompetenz:
• Grundstrukturen der Linearen Algebra als Grundstrukturen der Mathematik würdigen und sicher mit ihnen umgehen (BK1).
• Lineare Gleichungssysteme in Anwendungen erkennen und professionell lösen (BF2).
Personale Kompetenz:
• Strukturiertes Denken (BO2).
• Teamarbeit (BF4).
• Kommunikationsfähigkeit (BO1).
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Siegfried Böcherer
Description:
• Gruppen, Ringe, Körper, Vektorräume, Lineare Abbildungen, Matrizen, Lineare Gleichungssysteme, Determinanten,  Eigenwerte und Diagonalisierung,  Euklidische Vektorräume.
OPM 301 Operations Management (Lecture, English)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
6.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
No registration required for the lecture. Whether you need to register for accompanying exercises/tutorials will be announced in the first lecture.
Learning target:
Acquisition and application of basic concepts, theories and methods of operations management.
This includes:
  • Understanding of essential planning tasks of operations management
  • Understanding of key trade-offs in operations management
  • Ability to structure and model complex planning tasks
  • Familiarity with common solution methods for planning tasks in operations management
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Written exam (90 min.)
Instructor(s):
Moritz Fleischmann , Justus Arne Schwarz
Description:
Role of operations management; fundamental planning tasks of operation management; planning methods; main features of production planning, transportation planning and inventory management.
Practical Computer Science I (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
6
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden können selbständig Algorithmen zu vorgegebenen Problemen entwerfen und in Java, das im parallel laufenden Pro-grammierkurs I unterrichtet wird, objektorientiert programmieren. Methodenkompetenz:
Algorithmenentwurf, Bewertung von vorgegeben Algorithmen Personale Kompetenz:
Kreativität beim Entwurf von Algorithmen, Teamfähigkeit
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Studienbeginn ab HWS 2011:
Erfolgreiche Teilnahme am Übungsbetrieb
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Studienbeginn vor HWS 2011:
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Instructor(s):
Frederik Armknecht
Description:
Vom Problem zum Algorithmus, vom Algorithmus zum Programm
 
  • Entwurf von Algorithmen: schrittweise Verfeinerung, Modularität, Objektorientierung (Klassen­hierarchien, Vererbung), Rekursion
  • Die objektorientierte Programmiersprache Java
  • Einfache Datenstrukturen (verkettete Liste, Binärbaum, B-Baum)
  • Modellierung mit UML: Klassendiagramme, Aktivitätsdiagramme, Zustandsdiagramme
  • Einführung in die Theorie der Algorithmen: Berechenbarkeit, Komplexität (O-Kalkül), Testen und Verifikation von Algorithmen und Programmen
Produktion (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
6.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
No registration required for the lecture. Whether you need to register for accompanying exercises/tutorials will be announced in the first lecture.
Learning target:
Students acquire and apply basic concepts, theories and methods of operations management. This includes:
  • Understanding of essential planning tasks of operations management
  • Understanding of key trade-offs in operations management
  • Ability to structure and model complex planning tasks
  • Familiarity with common solution methods for planning tasks in operations management
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Written exam (90 min.)
Instructor(s):
Jannik Vogel
Description:
Role of operations management; fundamental planning tasks of operation management; planning methods; main features of production planning, transportation planning and inventory management.
Produktion (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
6.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
No registration required for the lecture. Whether you need to register for accompanying exercises/tutorials will be announced in the first lecture.
Learning target:
Students acquire and apply basic concepts, theories and methods of operations management. This includes:
  • Understanding of essential planning tasks of operations management
  • Understanding of key trade-offs in operations management
  • Ability to structure and model complex planning tasks
  • Familiarity with common solution methods for planning tasks in operations management
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Written exam (90 min.)
Instructor(s):
Moritz Fleischmann , Jannik Vogel
Description:
Role of operations management; fundamental planning tasks of operation management; planning methods; main features of production planning, transportation planning and inventory management.
IDV 402 Cuban-American Identity (Seminar, English)
Lecture type:
Seminar
ECTS:
6
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
Students' English language proficiency is expected to meet B2/C1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
If you don't meet this criterion, you will not be able to follow this class.
Recommended requirement:
Instructor(s):
Ana-Sofia Uhl
Description:
The exceptional situation of geographical proximity and political-economic distance between the ‘dos orillas,’ the two shores of Cuba and the U.S., move Cubans on different levels. Thereby the physical movement of the migrants as well as their inner restlessness – both initiated by this closeness and distance – need to be considered. The migration-movements, which followed the revolution of 1959 and have been persisting ever since, have led to the development of different conceptions of identity in the Cuban diaspora.
Questions that will take center stage during our seminar will be: What are the concepts of identity that can be found in the Cuban diaspora? Can language be understood as identity-constituting and identity-reproducing element? How are alternative identities constructed, how are generational and cultural conflicts expressed in Cuban-American Popular Culture? We will also have a closer look on recent political events that will shape U.S-Cuban relations in the future.

By the end of the semester, participants will have a broad understanding of the variety of concepts of Cuban identity in the diaspora. Further, participants will be able to critically evaluate different approaches based on theoretical input and interdisciplinary perspectives. Due to the international setting of the class, participants will have experiences in working and learning in an intercultural environment.

Requirements:
Active oral participation
Presentation
Essay, 2 pages
Written exam (90 min., last session)

First session: 11 September 2017
VL Ausgewählte Themen der Internationalen Beziehungen II: Peace and Violent Conflict (Lecture, English)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
7
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Instructor(s):
Sabine Carey
Description:
This lecture focuses on the outbreak and the dynamics of civil strife  and violent conflict as well as ways to end wars and sustain peace and stability. We will examine why people decide to fight, how armed  groups are formed and sustained and which structural condition increases the risk of civil war in a country. Likewise, we will look  at scientific studies as well as practical cases to understand how violent conflict can be ended, the role of development aid and  democratization in this process as well as political, economic, social, and psychological consequences of war.
VL Ausgewählte Themen der Vergleichenden Regierungslehre I: Entscheidungsprozesse in Parteien, Parlamenten und Regierungen moderner Demokratien (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
7
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Literature:
Bäck, Hanna und Marc Debus (2016): Political Parties, Parliaments and Legislative Speechmaking. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Benoit, Kenneth und Michael Laver, Michael (2006): Party Policy in Modern Democracies. London, New York: Routledge.
Gallagher, Michael, Michael Laver und Peter Mair (2011): Representative Government in Modern Europe. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Strøm, Kaare und Wolfgang C. Müller (Hrsg.; 2008): Cabinets and Coalition Bargaining: The Democratic Life Cycle in Western Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Tsebelis, George (2002): Veto Players. How Political Institutions Work. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Warwick, Paul (2006): Policy Horizons and Parliamentary Government. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Instructor(s):
Marc Debus
Description:
In der Vorlesung werden zentrale theoretische und methodische Ansätze der Vergleichenden Regierungslehre (VR) anhand der Analyse von Entscheidungsprozessen in Parteien, Parlamenten und Regierungen westlicher Demokratien vorgestellt und diskutiert. Hierzu werden gängige Konzepte und Theorien der VR wie Repräsentations-, Koalitions- und Delegationstheorien einerseits sowie auf institutionellen Eigenschaften politischer Systeme aufbauende Ansätze andererseits angewendet und ihre empirische Evidenz evaluiert.
Datenerhebung: Empirical Political Research (Lecture, English)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
6
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Literature:
Kellstedt, Paul & Guy Whitten. 2009. The Fundamentals of Political Science Research, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Johnson, Janet; Henry Reynolds & Jason Mycoff. 2007. Political Science Research
Methods 6th ed., Washington: CQ Press.

Manheim, Jarol, Richard Rich; Lars Willnat & Craig Brians. 2008. Empirical Political Analysis: Research Methods in Political Science, 7th ed., New York: Longman Press.

Blastland, Michael & Andrew Dilnot. 2007. The Tiger That Isn't: Seeing Through a World of Numbers, London: Profile.
Instructor(s):
Sean Damien Carey
Description:
Course description
It is critically important to use appropriate empirical evidence to evaluate theoretical claims in political science. This course will provide a conceptual understanding of the techniques and practical experience in conducting political research. This course will familiarise students with a range of approaches and methods used in the study of contemporary political phenomena. It concentrates on understanding empirical political research, using both qualitative and quantitative approaches. Particular attention is paid to the collection, analysis and utilisation of quantitative data.
VL Einführung in die Politikwissenschaft (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
6
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Literature:
Shivley, W. Phillips. 2014. Power and Choice. An Introduction to Political Science. 14th ed. Boston: McGraw-Hill.
Instructor(s):
Marc Debus
Description:
Die Vorlesung bietet eine Einführung in die Politikwissenschaft und ist für Studierende im ersten Semester konzipiert. Die Veranstaltung stellt grundlegende Konzepte der politikwissenschaftlichen Forschung dar und gibt einen Überblick über zentrale Grundbegriffe, Fragen, Theorien und Methoden der Politikwissenschaft. Dabei wird ein Einblick in alle Teilgebiete vermittelt, die in den weiteren Einführungsvorlesungen abgedeckt werden. Dabei stellt die Vorlesung Forschungsfragen des Faches in exemplarischer Form dar, getrennt nach politikwissenschaftlichen Teildisziplinen, und beantwortet diese auf der Grundlage verschiedener politikwissenschaftlicher Analysestrategien.
The Thirty-Years-War in South-West Germany. (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
4
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
REGISTRATION: All incoming exchange students at the School of Humanities need to register for their courses via the Registration Form which will be emailed to them before the start of the semester. For further information please contact: incoming@phil.uni-mannheim.de ANMELDUNG: Alle Austauschstudierenden der Philosophischen Fakultät müssen sich über ein Anmeldeformular für ihre Kurse anmelden, das ihnen vor Beginn des Semesters per Email zugeschickt wird. Für weitere Informationen wenden Sie sich bitte an: incoming@phil.uni-mannheim.de
Literature:
Einführende Literatur:
 
  • Christoph Kamp, Europa und das Reich im Dreißigjährigen Krieg : Geschichte eines europäischen Konflikts, Stuttgart 2013.
  • Hans Jessen, Der Dreißigjährige Krieg in Augenzeugenberichten, München 1984.
Instructor(s):
Hiram Kümper
Description:
Kurzbeschreibung und Lernziele:
 
2018 steht neben vielen anderen auch der Ausbruch des Dreißigjährigen Krieges auf der Jubiläumsagenda. Der deutsche Südwesten hat in besonderem Maße unter diesem europäischen Großkonflikt gelitten. Die Vorlesung wird den Dreißigjährigen Krieg nicht als bloße Politik- und Militärgeschichte, sondern unter kulturhistorischen Fragestellungen und vor allem mit Blick auf das reiche Quellenmaterial, das uns aus überliefert ist, in den Blick nehmen. So stehen nicht die kriegerischen Handlungen im Vordergrund, sondern wird die erste Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts als (in vielerlei Hinsicht) eine Zeit begriffen, die fundamentale Wendeprozesse in der europäischen Geschichte unmittelbar vorbereitete.

University Wide Electives - Master

China-Seminar: A brief introduction to China and the Communication Techniques (Seminar, German)
Lecture type:
Seminar
ECTS:
3
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
Please register with Ms. Didi Zhang: <didi.zhang@bwl.uni-mannheim.de>
Learning target:
A brief introduction to China, people, culture, landscape und history. By the end of the seminar students will be able to understand:

• how to communicate with Chinese people
• where communication problems come from
• how the Chinese culture and history can influence the business with China
Recommended requirement:
Literature:
Länderbericht China. D.Fischer/M.Lackner (Hrsg.) Bonn:bpb. 2007
Das große China-Lexikon. Darmstadt:Primusverlag. 2003
Beruflich in China. Alexander Thomas; Eberhard Schenk. Göttingen:v-r. 2005
China.de / Erfolgreich verhandeln mit chinesischen Geschäftspartnern. Manuel Vermeer. Wiesbaden:Gabler Verlag.
Ost trifft West. Yang Lui. Mainz:Verlag Germann Schmidt. 2007
etc.
Examination achievement:
Written and/or oral exam
Instructor(s):
Didi Zhang
Description:
The course covers communication skills, negotiation strategies, and difficulties in business relations with Chinese, in order to lead to a better understanding of the Chinese culture. Additionally, the students will learn about the history and philosophy of China.

Syllabus:
Week 1 A brief introduction to China
Week 2 The intercultural communication
Week 3 The intercultural communication
Week 4 The intercultural communication
Week 5 The intercultural communication
Week 6 The Chinese culture
Week 7 The Chinese culture
Week 8 The Chinese culture
Week 9 The Chinese culture
Week 10 The Chinese history 1
Week 11 The Chinese history 2
Week 12 The Chinese history 3
Week 13 The Chinese history 4
Week 14 The Chinese language
Week 15 exam
Common Foreign and Security Policy of the EU (Seminar, English)
Lecture type:
Seminar
ECTS:
8
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
This course will provide students with an introduction to the history, decision-making process, institutions, instruments and challenges facing the Common Foreign and Security Policy (hereafter CFSP) and the Common Security and Defense Policy (hereafter CSDP). Students will be given an overview of the history and evolution of European foreign policy and defense policy cooperation since the 1950s, including the institutional setup of CFSP and CSDP from Maastricht to Lisbon. Special attention will be given to the strengthening of CFSP and CSDP since the Treaty of Lisbon and the challenges facing the future development of CFSP and CSDP.

Upon completion of this course, the students will have acquired insight into the development and functioning of CFSP and CSDP and the major challenges facing this specific policy area. Moreover, students will be able to reflect critically their own thinking about European (and national) foreign security and defence policy from a legal perspective.

Next to the result of the final written exam, active participation (e.g. discussions, presentations, group assignments) during the course will also contribute to the overall grade.

If you would like to attend this course, please register via email: meta.geisbuesch@uni-mannheim.de and contact your coordinator in order to check whether you can choose this course. The course will take place in room W 214.
Recommended requirement:
Literature:
Background reading / preparation:

Keukeleire, S. and Delreux, T. (2013), The Foreign Policy of the European Union (Basingstoke: Palgrave)
Howorth, J. (2014), Security and Defence Policy in the European Union  (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan)
Merlingen, M. (2011), EU Security Policy: What It Is, How It Works, Why It Matters (Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc)
 
Examination achievement:
Next to the result of the final written exam, active participation (e.g. discussions, presentations, group assignments) during the course will also contribute to the overall grade.
Instructor(s):
van Adelberg Meta Geisbüsch
Description:

This course will provide students with an introduction to the history, decision-making process, institutions, instruments and challenges facing the CFSP and CSDP. Students will be given an overview of the history and evolution of European foreign policy and defense policy cooperation since the 1950s, including the institutional setup of CFSP and CSDP from Maastricht to Lisbon. Special attention will be given to the strengthening of CFSP and CSDP since the Treaty of Lisbon.

The course aims at defining the scope and limitations of the CFSP and CSDP in the context of the changing security threats and challenges and changing transatlantic relations.
Energy markets: legal and policy framework (Lecture, English)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
8
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Registration procedure:
This course will provide students with the knowledge of the technological and regulatory framework applying to energy markets. It will address the relevant issues of governance and liberalization of particular markets such as electricity and gas. Furthermore, the institutional legal framework will be explored, with the main focus on the European Union and the internal energy market it seeks to create.
After presenting the regulatory framework and energy policy developments on the international and the EU level, the course will focus on competition rules, international trade in energy and energy subsidies.
The following part of the course will examine how policy incentives for climate change mitigation affect the energy sector, with the EU often used as a case example. It will cover the current developments in Climate Change Law, legal and policy matters associated with the renewable energy sector, and the role of exemplary international organizations in the creation of more sustainable energy policies.
The course will be conducted through lectures, discussions and seminars. Next to the results of the final written exam also the seminar presentation will contribute to the overall grade for this course.
Instructor(s):
Marija Turkovic Popovski
Formal Foundations of Computer Science (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
6.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden beherrschen grundlegende für die Informatik rele-vanten Konzepte, Begriffsbildungen und wissenschaftlichen Arbeits-techniken aus Mathematik und Logik. Sie kennen weiterhin eine erste Auswahl an wichtigen Datenstrukturen und  effizienten Algorithmen für grundlegende Probleme.
Methodenkompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen die Fähigkeit, informal gegebene Sachver-halte formal zu modellieren und die entstehenden formalen Struktu-ren bzgl. grundlegender Eigenschaften zu klassifizieren. Sie können weiterhin  auf einem für Informatiker adäquaten Niveau gegebene Aussagen mathematisch  beweisen.
Personale Kompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen ein Grundverständnis der för die Informa-tik wichtigen formalen Strukturen, Modelle und Arbeitstechniken. Sie können auf höherem Niveau abstrakt denken und formal modellieren.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)
Instructor(s):
Matthias Krause
Description:
  • Grundlagen Aussagenlogik (Folgern, Beweisen)
  • Mengen, Relationen, Abbildungen
  • Grundlagen der Kombinatorik (Abzählen von endlichen Mengen, Abzählbarkeit)
  • Einführung Graphentheorie
  • Algebraische Strukturen (Halbgruppen, Gruppen, Homorphismen, Faktorstrukturen)
  • Grundlegende Berechnungsmodelle/Endliche Automaten
Formal Foundations of Computer Science (Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Exercise
ECTS:
6.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden beherrschen grundlegende für die Informatik rele-vanten Konzepte, Begriffsbildungen und wissenschaftlichen Arbeits-techniken aus Mathematik und Logik. Sie kennen weiterhin eine erste Auswahl an wichtigen Datenstrukturen und  effizienten Algorithmen für grundlegende Probleme.
Methodenkompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen die Fähigkeit, informal gegebene Sachver-halte formal zu modellieren und die entstehenden formalen Struktu-ren bzgl. grundlegender Eigenschaften zu klassifizieren. Sie können weiterhin  auf einem für Informatiker adäquaten Niveau gegebene Aussagen mathematisch  beweisen.
Personale Kompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen ein Grundverständnis der för die Informa-tik wichtigen formalen Strukturen, Modelle und Arbeitstechniken. Sie können auf höherem Niveau abstrakt denken und formal modellieren.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)
Instructor(s):
Description:
  • Grundlagen Aussagenlogik (Folgern, Beweisen)
  • Mengen, Relationen, Abbildungen
  • Grundlagen der Kombinatorik (Abzählen von endlichen Mengen, Abzählbarkeit)
  • Einführung Graphentheorie
  • Algebraische Strukturen (Halbgruppen, Gruppen, Homorphismen, Faktorstrukturen)
  • Grundlegende Berechnungsmodelle/Endliche Automaten
Formal Foundations of Computer Science (Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Exercise
ECTS:
6.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden beherrschen grundlegende für die Informatik rele-vanten Konzepte, Begriffsbildungen und wissenschaftlichen Arbeits-techniken aus Mathematik und Logik. Sie kennen weiterhin eine erste Auswahl an wichtigen Datenstrukturen und  effizienten Algorithmen für grundlegende Probleme.
Methodenkompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen die Fähigkeit, informal gegebene Sachver-halte formal zu modellieren und die entstehenden formalen Struktu-ren bzgl. grundlegender Eigenschaften zu klassifizieren. Sie können weiterhin  auf einem für Informatiker adäquaten Niveau gegebene Aussagen mathematisch  beweisen.
Personale Kompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen ein Grundverständnis der för die Informa-tik wichtigen formalen Strukturen, Modelle und Arbeitstechniken. Sie können auf höherem Niveau abstrakt denken und formal modellieren.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)
Instructor(s):
Description:
  • Grundlagen Aussagenlogik (Folgern, Beweisen)
  • Mengen, Relationen, Abbildungen
  • Grundlagen der Kombinatorik (Abzählen von endlichen Mengen, Abzählbarkeit)
  • Einführung Graphentheorie
  • Algebraische Strukturen (Halbgruppen, Gruppen, Homorphismen, Faktorstrukturen)
  • Grundlegende Berechnungsmodelle/Endliche Automaten
Formal Foundations of Computer Science (Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Exercise
ECTS:
6.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden beherrschen grundlegende für die Informatik rele-vanten Konzepte, Begriffsbildungen und wissenschaftlichen Arbeits-techniken aus Mathematik und Logik. Sie kennen weiterhin eine erste Auswahl an wichtigen Datenstrukturen und  effizienten Algorithmen für grundlegende Probleme.
Methodenkompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen die Fähigkeit, informal gegebene Sachver-halte formal zu modellieren und die entstehenden formalen Struktu-ren bzgl. grundlegender Eigenschaften zu klassifizieren. Sie können weiterhin  auf einem für Informatiker adäquaten Niveau gegebene Aussagen mathematisch  beweisen.
Personale Kompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen ein Grundverständnis der för die Informa-tik wichtigen formalen Strukturen, Modelle und Arbeitstechniken. Sie können auf höherem Niveau abstrakt denken und formal modellieren.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)
Instructor(s):
Description:
  • Grundlagen Aussagenlogik (Folgern, Beweisen)
  • Mengen, Relationen, Abbildungen
  • Grundlagen der Kombinatorik (Abzählen von endlichen Mengen, Abzählbarkeit)
  • Einführung Graphentheorie
  • Algebraische Strukturen (Halbgruppen, Gruppen, Homorphismen, Faktorstrukturen)
  • Grundlegende Berechnungsmodelle/Endliche Automaten
Formal Foundations of Computer Science (Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Exercise
ECTS:
6.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden beherrschen grundlegende für die Informatik rele-vanten Konzepte, Begriffsbildungen und wissenschaftlichen Arbeits-techniken aus Mathematik und Logik. Sie kennen weiterhin eine erste Auswahl an wichtigen Datenstrukturen und  effizienten Algorithmen für grundlegende Probleme.
Methodenkompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen die Fähigkeit, informal gegebene Sachver-halte formal zu modellieren und die entstehenden formalen Struktu-ren bzgl. grundlegender Eigenschaften zu klassifizieren. Sie können weiterhin  auf einem für Informatiker adäquaten Niveau gegebene Aussagen mathematisch  beweisen.
Personale Kompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen ein Grundverständnis der för die Informa-tik wichtigen formalen Strukturen, Modelle und Arbeitstechniken. Sie können auf höherem Niveau abstrakt denken und formal modellieren.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)
Instructor(s):
Description:
  • Grundlagen Aussagenlogik (Folgern, Beweisen)
  • Mengen, Relationen, Abbildungen
  • Grundlagen der Kombinatorik (Abzählen von endlichen Mengen, Abzählbarkeit)
  • Einführung Graphentheorie
  • Algebraische Strukturen (Halbgruppen, Gruppen, Homorphismen, Faktorstrukturen)
  • Grundlegende Berechnungsmodelle/Endliche Automaten
Formal Foundations of Computer Science (Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Exercise
ECTS:
6.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden beherrschen grundlegende für die Informatik rele-vanten Konzepte, Begriffsbildungen und wissenschaftlichen Arbeits-techniken aus Mathematik und Logik. Sie kennen weiterhin eine erste Auswahl an wichtigen Datenstrukturen und  effizienten Algorithmen für grundlegende Probleme.
Methodenkompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen die Fähigkeit, informal gegebene Sachver-halte formal zu modellieren und die entstehenden formalen Struktu-ren bzgl. grundlegender Eigenschaften zu klassifizieren. Sie können weiterhin  auf einem für Informatiker adäquaten Niveau gegebene Aussagen mathematisch  beweisen.
Personale Kompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen ein Grundverständnis der för die Informa-tik wichtigen formalen Strukturen, Modelle und Arbeitstechniken. Sie können auf höherem Niveau abstrakt denken und formal modellieren.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)
Instructor(s):
Description:
  • Grundlagen Aussagenlogik (Folgern, Beweisen)
  • Mengen, Relationen, Abbildungen
  • Grundlagen der Kombinatorik (Abzählen von endlichen Mengen, Abzählbarkeit)
  • Einführung Graphentheorie
  • Algebraische Strukturen (Halbgruppen, Gruppen, Homorphismen, Faktorstrukturen)
  • Grundlegende Berechnungsmodelle/Endliche Automaten
Formal Foundations of Computer Science (Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Exercise
ECTS:
6.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden beherrschen grundlegende für die Informatik rele-vanten Konzepte, Begriffsbildungen und wissenschaftlichen Arbeits-techniken aus Mathematik und Logik. Sie kennen weiterhin eine erste Auswahl an wichtigen Datenstrukturen und  effizienten Algorithmen für grundlegende Probleme.
Methodenkompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen die Fähigkeit, informal gegebene Sachver-halte formal zu modellieren und die entstehenden formalen Struktu-ren bzgl. grundlegender Eigenschaften zu klassifizieren. Sie können weiterhin  auf einem für Informatiker adäquaten Niveau gegebene Aussagen mathematisch  beweisen.
Personale Kompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen ein Grundverständnis der för die Informa-tik wichtigen formalen Strukturen, Modelle und Arbeitstechniken. Sie können auf höherem Niveau abstrakt denken und formal modellieren.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)
Instructor(s):
Description:
  • Grundlagen Aussagenlogik (Folgern, Beweisen)
  • Mengen, Relationen, Abbildungen
  • Grundlagen der Kombinatorik (Abzählen von endlichen Mengen, Abzählbarkeit)
  • Einführung Graphentheorie
  • Algebraische Strukturen (Halbgruppen, Gruppen, Homorphismen, Faktorstrukturen)
  • Grundlegende Berechnungsmodelle/Endliche Automaten
Formal Foundations of Computer Science (Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Exercise
ECTS:
6.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden beherrschen grundlegende für die Informatik rele-vanten Konzepte, Begriffsbildungen und wissenschaftlichen Arbeits-techniken aus Mathematik und Logik. Sie kennen weiterhin eine erste Auswahl an wichtigen Datenstrukturen und  effizienten Algorithmen für grundlegende Probleme.
Methodenkompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen die Fähigkeit, informal gegebene Sachver-halte formal zu modellieren und die entstehenden formalen Struktu-ren bzgl. grundlegender Eigenschaften zu klassifizieren. Sie können weiterhin  auf einem für Informatiker adäquaten Niveau gegebene Aussagen mathematisch  beweisen.
Personale Kompetenz:
Die Studierenden besitzen ein Grundverständnis der för die Informa-tik wichtigen formalen Strukturen, Modelle und Arbeitstechniken. Sie können auf höherem Niveau abstrakt denken und formal modellieren.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)
Instructor(s):
Description:
  • Grundlagen Aussagenlogik (Folgern, Beweisen)
  • Mengen, Relationen, Abbildungen
  • Grundlagen der Kombinatorik (Abzählen von endlichen Mengen, Abzählbarkeit)
  • Einführung Graphentheorie
  • Algebraische Strukturen (Halbgruppen, Gruppen, Homorphismen, Faktorstrukturen)
  • Grundlegende Berechnungsmodelle/Endliche Automaten
International Law and International Relations (Lecture, English)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
8
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Instructor(s):
Raphael Oidtmann
External Relations Law of the European Union (Lecture w/ Exercise, English)
Lecture type:
Lecture w/ Exercise
ECTS:
8
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
External Relations Law of the European Union represents an area of the EU Law which is especially concerned with the legal aspects of the cooperation of the European Union with non-member States and with international organizations. Developments and challenges in the international sphere make this field of law particularly significant for an appropriate understanding of certain international legal matters and the EU’s inclusion in its further evolvement.
Literature:
Recommended Literature:
 
Eeckhout, Piet, ‘EU External Relations Law’ (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2011) 
Winand Pascaline, Benvenuti Andrea, Guderzo Max (eds.), ‘The External Relations of the European Union’ (Bruxelles, Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien,  P.I.E. Peter Lang, 2015) 
Foster N, ‘Foster on EU law’ (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2011) 
 
You don’t need to buy any of these textbooks since they are only intended to provide you with an insight into the subject matter.
 
Required reading materials as well as additional sources will be provided electronically or during the lectures.
Instructor(s):
Marija Turkovic Popovski
Description:
Contents:
The course aims at familiarizing students with the objectives and role of the EU institutions and its Member States in their external relations, also with the practice and case law from the European Court of Justice (ECJ) and academic literature in this field.
Throughout the course there will be a focus on:
Treaty foundations for external relations and external policies
External powers in matters of Commercial  Policy  and Common Foreign and Security Policy
International foundations: life cycle of an international agreement and the EU’s membership in international organizations
Common Commercial Policy: legal scope, judicial review of measures, relation with the World Trade Organization
Common Foreign and Security Policy
Sanctions Policy
Non-EU perspectives on the European integration and its international cooperation 
Learning outcomes and qualification goals:
Students shall acquire necessary knowledge on the legal foundations of the EU’s foreign policy and its practical implications, on conferred competences on the EU to act in an international domain and on its role in creation of international legal order.
The course will be conducted through lectures, discussions, and seminars which will allow students to work in small groups on legal cases from practice. Next to the results of the final written exam, active participation during the lectures and seminars will also contribute to the overall grade for this course.
Public International Law (Lecture, English)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Instructor(s):
Raphael Oidtmann
Description:
This course provides students with an understanding of the system of public international law, regulating relations between actors on the global stage. Topics include: the nature of international law, sources of international law (including treaties, customary international law and general principles of law), participants in the international legal system (including notions of statehood, legal personality and diplomatic protection), territory and acquisition of title, state responsibility, jurisdiction and immunity, the relationship between international and domestic law, international human rights law, the (peacekeeping) operations of the United Nations including the role of the General Assembly, international dispute settlement and the role of the International Court of Justice as well as the law regulating the use of force and, correspondingly, the Security Council.
Sessions will take place on a weekly basis and consist of both lecture and discussion parts. Within the discussion part, current developments such as inter alia pending cases before the International Court of Justice and further contemporary topics will be discussed.

Introductory Reading (optional):
  • Cassese, Antonio (ed.): ‘Realizing Utopia: The Future of International Law’ (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2012)
  • Crawford, James and Ian Brownlie: ‘Brownlie’s Principles of Public International Law’ (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2012)
  • Hall, Stephen: ‘Principles of International Law’ (Hong Kong, LexisNexis, 2014)
  • Kaczorowska, Alina: ‘Public International Law’ (London, Routledge, 2010)
  • Lowe, Vaughan: ‘International Law’ (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2007)
  • Tourme-Jouannet, Emmanuelle: ‘The Liberal-Welfarist Law of Nations: A History of International Law’ (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2012)
Required reading materials as well as additional sources will be provided electronically.
Mode of assessment for this course will be a research paper. In addition, oral participation will contribute to the final grade awarded for this course.

Course is open for Bachelor and Master students and recommended for Bachelor and Master Political Science students. 
Japan: Kultur und Gesellschaft (Lecture w/ Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture w/ Exercise
ECTS:
3
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
With successfully completing this module the students
  • got an overview over Japan and the society/culture of Japan
  • acquired country specific and historical basic knowledge as “East-Asia” experts in Europe and/or the home country
  • gained an understanding of Japan, in order to become „a source of information in Germany, Europe or the home country“ for Japan/East Asia
  • gained a deep understanding of an „exotic“ cutlture and developed the ability and flexibility to understand the daily live in Japan and tolerate it as part of the reality in Japan
Examination achievement:
Written and/or oral exam
Instructor(s):
Ryoko Aoyagi
Description:
The lecturer will speak about the historical and social backgrounds of Japan as well as the current situation. Each topic will be prepared and presented by one participant or a group of participants (in German). The participants will discuss the topics in a global context. 
Examples of topics (maybe as a gust lecture):
  • Language (letters, grammar, phonetic, interpersonal relations and language)
  • School system and governmental Curriculum Guideline after world war II
  • Family and work
  • Religion: Shintoismus from the past until today
  • Habits at funerals and ideas about live and death
MAN 770 Exercise Class (Übung / optional) (Exercise, English)
Lecture type:
Exercise
ECTS:
6.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Im Rahmen des Seminars sollen Studierende lernen, eigenständig eine wissenschaftliche Arbeit zu einem aktuellen Thema aus den Bereichen Entrepreneurship-und Managementforschung zu verfassen. Abschließend präsentieren die Studierenden ihre wissenschaftliche Arbeit und stellen sich im Seminar den Fragen zur Präsentation.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Schriftliche Seminararbeit und Präsentation
Instructor(s):
Jan-Philipp Ahrens
Description:
Relevant topics from the area of entrepreneurship and management research are analyzed and discussed. The focus of the seminar can thereby differ somewhat from term to term. Generally, research seminars may be conceptually or empirically oriented.
MAN 770a Research Seminar - Star Citizen: The Art of Going Beyond Crowdfunding in Video Gaming Business (Seminar, English)
Lecture type:
Seminar
ECTS:
6
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Im Rahmen des Seminars sollen Studierende lernen, eigenständig eine wissenschaftliche Arbeit zu einem aktuellen Thema aus den Bereichen Entrepreneurship-und Managementforschung zu verfassen. Abschließend präsentieren die Studierenden ihre wissenschaftliche Arbeit und stellen sich im Seminar den Fragen zur Präsentation.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Schriftliche Seminararbeit und Präsentation
Instructor(s):
Jan-Philipp Ahrens
Description:
Relevant topics from the area of entrepreneurship and management research are analyzed and discussed. The focus of the seminar can thereby differ somewhat from term to term. Generally, research seminars may be conceptually or empirically oriented.
MAN 770b Research Seminar - Advanced Entrepreneurship: Youth Entrepreneurship and Female Entrepreneurship (Seminar, English)
Lecture type:
Seminar
ECTS:
6
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
English
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Im Rahmen des Seminars sollen Studierende lernen, eigenständig eine wissenschaftliche Arbeit zu einem aktuellen Thema aus den Bereichen Entrepreneurship-und Managementforschung zu verfassen. Abschließend präsentieren die Studierenden ihre wissenschaftliche Arbeit und stellen sich im Seminar den Fragen zur Präsentation.
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Schriftliche Seminararbeit und Präsentation
Instructor(s):
Jan-Philipp Ahrens
Description:
Relevant topics from the area of entrepreneurship and management research are analyzed and discussed. The focus of the seminar can thereby differ somewhat from term to term. Generally, research seminars may be conceptually or empirically oriented.
MAT 301 Analysis I (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
10.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Grundbegriffe der reellen Analysis (BF1, BK1)
• Konvergenz von Folgen und Reihen (BK1)
• Stetigkeit von Funktionen in einer Variablen (BK1)
• Differenzierbarkeit von Funktionen in einer Variablen  (BK1)
• Riemanintegral von Funktionen in einer Variablen (BK1)
Methodenkompetenz:
• mathematische Beweisführung (BF1, BO2)
• Hantieren mit Gleichungen und Ungleichungen (BF1, BO2)
• Berechnen von Grenzwerten (BF1,BO3)
• Kurvendiskussion (BF2, BO3)
• Berechnen von unbestimmten und bestimmten Integralen (BO2,BO3)
Personale Kompetenz:
• Teamarbeit (BF4)
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Li Chen
Description:
• Mengen und Abbildungen
• reelle Zahlen
• Zahlenfolgen und Reihen
• Funktionen in einer reellen Variablen
MAT 301 Analysis I (Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Exercise
ECTS:
10.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Grundbegriffe der reellen Analysis (BF1, BK1)
• Konvergenz von Folgen und Reihen (BK1)
• Stetigkeit von Funktionen in einer Variablen (BK1)
• Differenzierbarkeit von Funktionen in einer Variablen  (BK1)
• Riemanintegral von Funktionen in einer Variablen (BK1)
Methodenkompetenz:
• mathematische Beweisführung (BF1, BO2)
• Hantieren mit Gleichungen und Ungleichungen (BF1, BO2)
• Berechnen von Grenzwerten (BF1,BO3)
• Kurvendiskussion (BF2, BO3)
• Berechnen von unbestimmten und bestimmten Integralen (BO2,BO3)
Personale Kompetenz:
• Teamarbeit (BF4)
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Li Chen
Description:
• Mengen und Abbildungen
• reelle Zahlen
• Zahlenfolgen und Reihen
• Funktionen in einer reellen Variablen
MAT 301 Analysis I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
10.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Grundbegriffe der reellen Analysis (BF1, BK1)
• Konvergenz von Folgen und Reihen (BK1)
• Stetigkeit von Funktionen in einer Variablen (BK1)
• Differenzierbarkeit von Funktionen in einer Variablen  (BK1)
• Riemanintegral von Funktionen in einer Variablen (BK1)
Methodenkompetenz:
• mathematische Beweisführung (BF1, BO2)
• Hantieren mit Gleichungen und Ungleichungen (BF1, BO2)
• Berechnen von Grenzwerten (BF1,BO3)
• Kurvendiskussion (BF2, BO3)
• Berechnen von unbestimmten und bestimmten Integralen (BO2,BO3)
Personale Kompetenz:
• Teamarbeit (BF4)
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Li Chen
Description:
• Mengen und Abbildungen
• reelle Zahlen
• Zahlenfolgen und Reihen
• Funktionen in einer reellen Variablen
MAT 301 Analysis I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
10.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Grundbegriffe der reellen Analysis (BF1, BK1)
• Konvergenz von Folgen und Reihen (BK1)
• Stetigkeit von Funktionen in einer Variablen (BK1)
• Differenzierbarkeit von Funktionen in einer Variablen  (BK1)
• Riemanintegral von Funktionen in einer Variablen (BK1)
Methodenkompetenz:
• mathematische Beweisführung (BF1, BO2)
• Hantieren mit Gleichungen und Ungleichungen (BF1, BO2)
• Berechnen von Grenzwerten (BF1,BO3)
• Kurvendiskussion (BF2, BO3)
• Berechnen von unbestimmten und bestimmten Integralen (BO2,BO3)
Personale Kompetenz:
• Teamarbeit (BF4)
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Description:
• Mengen und Abbildungen
• reelle Zahlen
• Zahlenfolgen und Reihen
• Funktionen in einer reellen Variablen
MAT 303 Linear Algebra I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
9.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Kenntnis der wesentlichen Ideen und Methoden der Linearen Algebra, Kenntnis der wesentlichen mathematischen Beweismethoden (BK1).
Methodenkompetenz:
• Grundstrukturen der Linearen Algebra als Grundstrukturen der Mathematik würdigen und sicher mit ihnen umgehen (BK1).
• Lineare Gleichungssysteme in Anwendungen erkennen und professionell lösen (BF2).
Personale Kompetenz:
• Strukturiertes Denken (BO2).
• Teamarbeit (BF4).
• Kommunikationsfähigkeit (BO1).
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Siegfried Böcherer
Description:
• Gruppen, Ringe, Körper, Vektorräume, Lineare Abbildungen, Matrizen, Lineare Gleichungssysteme, Determinanten,  Eigenwerte und Diagonalisierung,  Euklidische Vektorräume.
MAT 303 Linear Algebra I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
9.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Kenntnis der wesentlichen Ideen und Methoden der Linearen Algebra, Kenntnis der wesentlichen mathematischen Beweismethoden (BK1).
Methodenkompetenz:
• Grundstrukturen der Linearen Algebra als Grundstrukturen der Mathematik würdigen und sicher mit ihnen umgehen (BK1).
• Lineare Gleichungssysteme in Anwendungen erkennen und professionell lösen (BF2).
Personale Kompetenz:
• Strukturiertes Denken (BO2).
• Teamarbeit (BF4).
• Kommunikationsfähigkeit (BO1).
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Siegfried Böcherer
Description:
• Gruppen, Ringe, Körper, Vektorräume, Lineare Abbildungen, Matrizen, Lineare Gleichungssysteme, Determinanten,  Eigenwerte und Diagonalisierung,  Euklidische Vektorräume.
MAT 303 Linear Algebra I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
9.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Kenntnis der wesentlichen Ideen und Methoden der Linearen Algebra, Kenntnis der wesentlichen mathematischen Beweismethoden (BK1).
Methodenkompetenz:
• Grundstrukturen der Linearen Algebra als Grundstrukturen der Mathematik würdigen und sicher mit ihnen umgehen (BK1).
• Lineare Gleichungssysteme in Anwendungen erkennen und professionell lösen (BF2).
Personale Kompetenz:
• Strukturiertes Denken (BO2).
• Teamarbeit (BF4).
• Kommunikationsfähigkeit (BO1).
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Siegfried Böcherer
Description:
• Gruppen, Ringe, Körper, Vektorräume, Lineare Abbildungen, Matrizen, Lineare Gleichungssysteme, Determinanten,  Eigenwerte und Diagonalisierung,  Euklidische Vektorräume.
MAT 303 Linear Algebra I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
9.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Kenntnis der wesentlichen Ideen und Methoden der Linearen Algebra, Kenntnis der wesentlichen mathematischen Beweismethoden (BK1).
Methodenkompetenz:
• Grundstrukturen der Linearen Algebra als Grundstrukturen der Mathematik würdigen und sicher mit ihnen umgehen (BK1).
• Lineare Gleichungssysteme in Anwendungen erkennen und professionell lösen (BF2).
Personale Kompetenz:
• Strukturiertes Denken (BO2).
• Teamarbeit (BF4).
• Kommunikationsfähigkeit (BO1).
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Siegfried Böcherer
Description:
• Gruppen, Ringe, Körper, Vektorräume, Lineare Abbildungen, Matrizen, Lineare Gleichungssysteme, Determinanten,  Eigenwerte und Diagonalisierung,  Euklidische Vektorräume.
MAT 303 Linear Algebra I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
9.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Kenntnis der wesentlichen Ideen und Methoden der Linearen Algebra, Kenntnis der wesentlichen mathematischen Beweismethoden (BK1).
Methodenkompetenz:
• Grundstrukturen der Linearen Algebra als Grundstrukturen der Mathematik würdigen und sicher mit ihnen umgehen (BK1).
• Lineare Gleichungssysteme in Anwendungen erkennen und professionell lösen (BF2).
Personale Kompetenz:
• Strukturiertes Denken (BO2).
• Teamarbeit (BF4).
• Kommunikationsfähigkeit (BO1).
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Siegfried Böcherer
Description:
• Gruppen, Ringe, Körper, Vektorräume, Lineare Abbildungen, Matrizen, Lineare Gleichungssysteme, Determinanten,  Eigenwerte und Diagonalisierung,  Euklidische Vektorräume.
MAT 303 Linear Algebra I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
9.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Kenntnis der wesentlichen Ideen und Methoden der Linearen Algebra, Kenntnis der wesentlichen mathematischen Beweismethoden (BK1).
Methodenkompetenz:
• Grundstrukturen der Linearen Algebra als Grundstrukturen der Mathematik würdigen und sicher mit ihnen umgehen (BK1).
• Lineare Gleichungssysteme in Anwendungen erkennen und professionell lösen (BF2).
Personale Kompetenz:
• Strukturiertes Denken (BO2).
• Teamarbeit (BF4).
• Kommunikationsfähigkeit (BO1).
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Siegfried Böcherer
Description:
• Gruppen, Ringe, Körper, Vektorräume, Lineare Abbildungen, Matrizen, Lineare Gleichungssysteme, Determinanten,  Eigenwerte und Diagonalisierung,  Euklidische Vektorräume.
MAT 303 Linear Algebra I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
9.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Kenntnis der wesentlichen Ideen und Methoden der Linearen Algebra, Kenntnis der wesentlichen mathematischen Beweismethoden (BK1).
Methodenkompetenz:
• Grundstrukturen der Linearen Algebra als Grundstrukturen der Mathematik würdigen und sicher mit ihnen umgehen (BK1).
• Lineare Gleichungssysteme in Anwendungen erkennen und professionell lösen (BF2).
Personale Kompetenz:
• Strukturiertes Denken (BO2).
• Teamarbeit (BF4).
• Kommunikationsfähigkeit (BO1).
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Siegfried Böcherer
Description:
• Gruppen, Ringe, Körper, Vektorräume, Lineare Abbildungen, Matrizen, Lineare Gleichungssysteme, Determinanten,  Eigenwerte und Diagonalisierung,  Euklidische Vektorräume.
MAT 303 Linear Algebra I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
9.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Kenntnis der wesentlichen Ideen und Methoden der Linearen Algebra, Kenntnis der wesentlichen mathematischen Beweismethoden (BK1).
Methodenkompetenz:
• Grundstrukturen der Linearen Algebra als Grundstrukturen der Mathematik würdigen und sicher mit ihnen umgehen (BK1).
• Lineare Gleichungssysteme in Anwendungen erkennen und professionell lösen (BF2).
Personale Kompetenz:
• Strukturiertes Denken (BO2).
• Teamarbeit (BF4).
• Kommunikationsfähigkeit (BO1).
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Siegfried Böcherer
Description:
• Gruppen, Ringe, Körper, Vektorräume, Lineare Abbildungen, Matrizen, Lineare Gleichungssysteme, Determinanten,  Eigenwerte und Diagonalisierung,  Euklidische Vektorräume.
MAT 303 Linear Algebra I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
9.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Kenntnis der wesentlichen Ideen und Methoden der Linearen Algebra, Kenntnis der wesentlichen mathematischen Beweismethoden (BK1).
Methodenkompetenz:
• Grundstrukturen der Linearen Algebra als Grundstrukturen der Mathematik würdigen und sicher mit ihnen umgehen (BK1).
• Lineare Gleichungssysteme in Anwendungen erkennen und professionell lösen (BF2).
Personale Kompetenz:
• Strukturiertes Denken (BO2).
• Teamarbeit (BF4).
• Kommunikationsfähigkeit (BO1).
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Siegfried Böcherer
Description:
• Gruppen, Ringe, Körper, Vektorräume, Lineare Abbildungen, Matrizen, Lineare Gleichungssysteme, Determinanten,  Eigenwerte und Diagonalisierung,  Euklidische Vektorräume.
MAT 303 Linear Algebra I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
9.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Kenntnis der wesentlichen Ideen und Methoden der Linearen Algebra, Kenntnis der wesentlichen mathematischen Beweismethoden (BK1).
Methodenkompetenz:
• Grundstrukturen der Linearen Algebra als Grundstrukturen der Mathematik würdigen und sicher mit ihnen umgehen (BK1).
• Lineare Gleichungssysteme in Anwendungen erkennen und professionell lösen (BF2).
Personale Kompetenz:
• Strukturiertes Denken (BO2).
• Teamarbeit (BF4).
• Kommunikationsfähigkeit (BO1).
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Siegfried Böcherer
Description:
• Gruppen, Ringe, Körper, Vektorräume, Lineare Abbildungen, Matrizen, Lineare Gleichungssysteme, Determinanten,  Eigenwerte und Diagonalisierung,  Euklidische Vektorräume.
MAT 303 Linear Algebra I (Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Exercise
ECTS:
9.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
2
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Kenntnis der wesentlichen Ideen und Methoden der Linearen Algebra, Kenntnis der wesentlichen mathematischen Beweismethoden (BK1).
Methodenkompetenz:
• Grundstrukturen der Linearen Algebra als Grundstrukturen der Mathematik würdigen und sicher mit ihnen umgehen (BK1).
• Lineare Gleichungssysteme in Anwendungen erkennen und professionell lösen (BF2).
Personale Kompetenz:
• Strukturiertes Denken (BO2).
• Teamarbeit (BF4).
• Kommunikationsfähigkeit (BO1).
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Siegfried Böcherer
Description:
• Gruppen, Ringe, Körper, Vektorräume, Lineare Abbildungen, Matrizen, Lineare Gleichungssysteme, Determinanten,  Eigenwerte und Diagonalisierung,  Euklidische Vektorräume.
MAT 303 Linear Algebra I (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
9.0 (Modul/e)
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
4
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
• Kenntnis der wesentlichen Ideen und Methoden der Linearen Algebra, Kenntnis der wesentlichen mathematischen Beweismethoden (BK1).
Methodenkompetenz:
• Grundstrukturen der Linearen Algebra als Grundstrukturen der Mathematik würdigen und sicher mit ihnen umgehen (BK1).
• Lineare Gleichungssysteme in Anwendungen erkennen und professionell lösen (BF2).
Personale Kompetenz:
• Strukturiertes Denken (BO2).
• Teamarbeit (BF4).
• Kommunikationsfähigkeit (BO1).
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
schriftliche Klausur
Instructor(s):
Siegfried Böcherer
Description:
• Gruppen, Ringe, Körper, Vektorräume, Lineare Abbildungen, Matrizen, Lineare Gleichungssysteme, Determinanten,  Eigenwerte und Diagonalisierung,  Euklidische Vektorräume.
Practical Computer Science I (Lecture, German)
Lecture type:
Lecture
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
6
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden können selbständig Algorithmen zu vorgegebenen Problemen entwerfen und in Java, das im parallel laufenden Pro-grammierkurs I unterrichtet wird, objektorientiert programmieren. Methodenkompetenz:
Algorithmenentwurf, Bewertung von vorgegeben Algorithmen Personale Kompetenz:
Kreativität beim Entwurf von Algorithmen, Teamfähigkeit
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Studienbeginn ab HWS 2011:
Erfolgreiche Teilnahme am Übungsbetrieb
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Studienbeginn vor HWS 2011:
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Instructor(s):
Frederik Armknecht
Description:
Vom Problem zum Algorithmus, vom Algorithmus zum Programm
 
  • Entwurf von Algorithmen: schrittweise Verfeinerung, Modularität, Objektorientierung (Klassen­hierarchien, Vererbung), Rekursion
  • Die objektorientierte Programmiersprache Java
  • Einfache Datenstrukturen (verkettete Liste, Binärbaum, B-Baum)
  • Modellierung mit UML: Klassendiagramme, Aktivitätsdiagramme, Zustandsdiagramme
  • Einführung in die Theorie der Algorithmen: Berechenbarkeit, Komplexität (O-Kalkül), Testen und Verifikation von Algorithmen und Programmen
Practical Computer Science I (Exercise, German)
Lecture type:
Exercise
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
6
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden können selbständig Algorithmen zu vorgegebenen Problemen entwerfen und in Java, das im parallel laufenden Pro-grammierkurs I unterrichtet wird, objektorientiert programmieren. Methodenkompetenz:
Algorithmenentwurf, Bewertung von vorgegeben Algorithmen Personale Kompetenz:
Kreativität beim Entwurf von Algorithmen, Teamfähigkeit
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Studienbeginn ab HWS 2011:
Erfolgreiche Teilnahme am Übungsbetrieb
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Studienbeginn vor HWS 2011:
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Instructor(s):
Frederik Armknecht
Description:
Vom Problem zum Algorithmus, vom Algorithmus zum Programm
 
  • Entwurf von Algorithmen: schrittweise Verfeinerung, Modularität, Objektorientierung (Klassen­hierarchien, Vererbung), Rekursion
  • Die objektorientierte Programmiersprache Java
  • Einfache Datenstrukturen (verkettete Liste, Binärbaum, B-Baum)
  • Modellierung mit UML: Klassendiagramme, Aktivitätsdiagramme, Zustandsdiagramme
  • Einführung in die Theorie der Algorithmen: Berechenbarkeit, Komplexität (O-Kalkül), Testen und Verifikation von Algorithmen und Programmen
Practical Computer Science I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
6
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden können selbständig Algorithmen zu vorgegebenen Problemen entwerfen und in Java, das im parallel laufenden Pro-grammierkurs I unterrichtet wird, objektorientiert programmieren. Methodenkompetenz:
Algorithmenentwurf, Bewertung von vorgegeben Algorithmen Personale Kompetenz:
Kreativität beim Entwurf von Algorithmen, Teamfähigkeit
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Studienbeginn ab HWS 2011:
Erfolgreiche Teilnahme am Übungsbetrieb
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Studienbeginn vor HWS 2011:
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Instructor(s):
Frederik Armknecht
Description:
Vom Problem zum Algorithmus, vom Algorithmus zum Programm
 
  • Entwurf von Algorithmen: schrittweise Verfeinerung, Modularität, Objektorientierung (Klassen­hierarchien, Vererbung), Rekursion
  • Die objektorientierte Programmiersprache Java
  • Einfache Datenstrukturen (verkettete Liste, Binärbaum, B-Baum)
  • Modellierung mit UML: Klassendiagramme, Aktivitätsdiagramme, Zustandsdiagramme
  • Einführung in die Theorie der Algorithmen: Berechenbarkeit, Komplexität (O-Kalkül), Testen und Verifikation von Algorithmen und Programmen
Practical Computer Science I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
6
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden können selbständig Algorithmen zu vorgegebenen Problemen entwerfen und in Java, das im parallel laufenden Pro-grammierkurs I unterrichtet wird, objektorientiert programmieren. Methodenkompetenz:
Algorithmenentwurf, Bewertung von vorgegeben Algorithmen Personale Kompetenz:
Kreativität beim Entwurf von Algorithmen, Teamfähigkeit
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Studienbeginn ab HWS 2011:
Erfolgreiche Teilnahme am Übungsbetrieb
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Studienbeginn vor HWS 2011:
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Instructor(s):
Frederik Armknecht
Description:
Vom Problem zum Algorithmus, vom Algorithmus zum Programm
 
  • Entwurf von Algorithmen: schrittweise Verfeinerung, Modularität, Objektorientierung (Klassen­hierarchien, Vererbung), Rekursion
  • Die objektorientierte Programmiersprache Java
  • Einfache Datenstrukturen (verkettete Liste, Binärbaum, B-Baum)
  • Modellierung mit UML: Klassendiagramme, Aktivitätsdiagramme, Zustandsdiagramme
  • Einführung in die Theorie der Algorithmen: Berechenbarkeit, Komplexität (O-Kalkül), Testen und Verifikation von Algorithmen und Programmen
Practical Computer Science I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
6
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden können selbständig Algorithmen zu vorgegebenen Problemen entwerfen und in Java, das im parallel laufenden Pro-grammierkurs I unterrichtet wird, objektorientiert programmieren. Methodenkompetenz:
Algorithmenentwurf, Bewertung von vorgegeben Algorithmen Personale Kompetenz:
Kreativität beim Entwurf von Algorithmen, Teamfähigkeit
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Studienbeginn ab HWS 2011:
Erfolgreiche Teilnahme am Übungsbetrieb
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Studienbeginn vor HWS 2011:
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Instructor(s):
Frederik Armknecht
Description:
Vom Problem zum Algorithmus, vom Algorithmus zum Programm
 
  • Entwurf von Algorithmen: schrittweise Verfeinerung, Modularität, Objektorientierung (Klassen­hierarchien, Vererbung), Rekursion
  • Die objektorientierte Programmiersprache Java
  • Einfache Datenstrukturen (verkettete Liste, Binärbaum, B-Baum)
  • Modellierung mit UML: Klassendiagramme, Aktivitätsdiagramme, Zustandsdiagramme
  • Einführung in die Theorie der Algorithmen: Berechenbarkeit, Komplexität (O-Kalkül), Testen und Verifikation von Algorithmen und Programmen
Practical Computer Science I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
6
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden können selbständig Algorithmen zu vorgegebenen Problemen entwerfen und in Java, das im parallel laufenden Pro-grammierkurs I unterrichtet wird, objektorientiert programmieren. Methodenkompetenz:
Algorithmenentwurf, Bewertung von vorgegeben Algorithmen Personale Kompetenz:
Kreativität beim Entwurf von Algorithmen, Teamfähigkeit
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Studienbeginn ab HWS 2011:
Erfolgreiche Teilnahme am Übungsbetrieb
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Studienbeginn vor HWS 2011:
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Instructor(s):
Frederik Armknecht
Description:
Vom Problem zum Algorithmus, vom Algorithmus zum Programm
 
  • Entwurf von Algorithmen: schrittweise Verfeinerung, Modularität, Objektorientierung (Klassen­hierarchien, Vererbung), Rekursion
  • Die objektorientierte Programmiersprache Java
  • Einfache Datenstrukturen (verkettete Liste, Binärbaum, B-Baum)
  • Modellierung mit UML: Klassendiagramme, Aktivitätsdiagramme, Zustandsdiagramme
  • Einführung in die Theorie der Algorithmen: Berechenbarkeit, Komplexität (O-Kalkül), Testen und Verifikation von Algorithmen und Programmen
Practical Computer Science I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
6
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden können selbständig Algorithmen zu vorgegebenen Problemen entwerfen und in Java, das im parallel laufenden Pro-grammierkurs I unterrichtet wird, objektorientiert programmieren. Methodenkompetenz:
Algorithmenentwurf, Bewertung von vorgegeben Algorithmen Personale Kompetenz:
Kreativität beim Entwurf von Algorithmen, Teamfähigkeit
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Studienbeginn ab HWS 2011:
Erfolgreiche Teilnahme am Übungsbetrieb
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Studienbeginn vor HWS 2011:
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Instructor(s):
Frederik Armknecht
Description:
Vom Problem zum Algorithmus, vom Algorithmus zum Programm
 
  • Entwurf von Algorithmen: schrittweise Verfeinerung, Modularität, Objektorientierung (Klassen­hierarchien, Vererbung), Rekursion
  • Die objektorientierte Programmiersprache Java
  • Einfache Datenstrukturen (verkettete Liste, Binärbaum, B-Baum)
  • Modellierung mit UML: Klassendiagramme, Aktivitätsdiagramme, Zustandsdiagramme
  • Einführung in die Theorie der Algorithmen: Berechenbarkeit, Komplexität (O-Kalkül), Testen und Verifikation von Algorithmen und Programmen
Practical Computer Science I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
6
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden können selbständig Algorithmen zu vorgegebenen Problemen entwerfen und in Java, das im parallel laufenden Pro-grammierkurs I unterrichtet wird, objektorientiert programmieren. Methodenkompetenz:
Algorithmenentwurf, Bewertung von vorgegeben Algorithmen Personale Kompetenz:
Kreativität beim Entwurf von Algorithmen, Teamfähigkeit
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Studienbeginn ab HWS 2011:
Erfolgreiche Teilnahme am Übungsbetrieb
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Studienbeginn vor HWS 2011:
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Instructor(s):
Frederik Armknecht
Description:
Vom Problem zum Algorithmus, vom Algorithmus zum Programm
 
  • Entwurf von Algorithmen: schrittweise Verfeinerung, Modularität, Objektorientierung (Klassen­hierarchien, Vererbung), Rekursion
  • Die objektorientierte Programmiersprache Java
  • Einfache Datenstrukturen (verkettete Liste, Binärbaum, B-Baum)
  • Modellierung mit UML: Klassendiagramme, Aktivitätsdiagramme, Zustandsdiagramme
  • Einführung in die Theorie der Algorithmen: Berechenbarkeit, Komplexität (O-Kalkül), Testen und Verifikation von Algorithmen und Programmen
Practical Computer Science I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
6
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden können selbständig Algorithmen zu vorgegebenen Problemen entwerfen und in Java, das im parallel laufenden Pro-grammierkurs I unterrichtet wird, objektorientiert programmieren. Methodenkompetenz:
Algorithmenentwurf, Bewertung von vorgegeben Algorithmen Personale Kompetenz:
Kreativität beim Entwurf von Algorithmen, Teamfähigkeit
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Studienbeginn ab HWS 2011:
Erfolgreiche Teilnahme am Übungsbetrieb
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Studienbeginn vor HWS 2011:
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Instructor(s):
Frederik Armknecht
Description:
Vom Problem zum Algorithmus, vom Algorithmus zum Programm
 
  • Entwurf von Algorithmen: schrittweise Verfeinerung, Modularität, Objektorientierung (Klassen­hierarchien, Vererbung), Rekursion
  • Die objektorientierte Programmiersprache Java
  • Einfache Datenstrukturen (verkettete Liste, Binärbaum, B-Baum)
  • Modellierung mit UML: Klassendiagramme, Aktivitätsdiagramme, Zustandsdiagramme
  • Einführung in die Theorie der Algorithmen: Berechenbarkeit, Komplexität (O-Kalkül), Testen und Verifikation von Algorithmen und Programmen
Practical Computer Science I (Tutorial, German)
Lecture type:
Tutorial
ECTS:
8.0
Course suitable for:
Language of instruction:
German
Hours per week:
6
Learning target:
Fachkompetenz:
Die Studierenden können selbständig Algorithmen zu vorgegebenen Problemen entwerfen und in Java, das im parallel laufenden Pro-grammierkurs I unterrichtet wird, objektorientiert programmieren. Methodenkompetenz:
Algorithmenentwurf, Bewertung von vorgegeben Algorithmen Personale Kompetenz:
Kreativität beim Entwurf von Algorithmen, Teamfähigkeit
Recommended requirement:
Examination achievement:
Studienbeginn ab HWS 2011:
Erfolgreiche Teilnahme am Übungsbetrieb
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Studienbeginn vor HWS 2011:
schriftliche Klausur (90 Minuten)

Instructor(s):
Frederik Armknecht
Description:
Vom Problem zum Algorithmus, vom Algorithmus zum Programm
 
  • Entwurf von Algorithmen: schrittweise Verfeinerung, Modularität, Objektorientierung (Klassen­hierarchien, Vererbung), Rekursion
  • Die objektorientierte Programmiersprache Java
  • Einfache Datenstrukturen (verkettete Liste, Binärbaum, B-Baum)
  • Modellierung mit UML: Klassendiagramme, Aktivitätsdiagramme, Zustandsdiagramme
  • Einführung in die Theorie der Algorithmen: Berechenbarkeit, Komplexität (O-Kalkül), Testen und Verifikation von Algorithmen und Programmen