Informatik (Bachelor of Arts)

Second Subject of the Joint Bachelor of Arts

Course start winter semester, part-time possible from 1st semester whereby the subject with the longer admission restriction determines from which semester part-time study is possible.
Language German (opens in new tab)
Course information General information (opens in new tab)
Study regulations (opens in new tab)
Module handbook (opens in new tab)
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Ensuring academic success A minimum achievement of 20 credit points in all subjects together is required by the end of the second semester of full-time study. In part-time studies an extension of the deadline is possible.
Internship A voluntary internship is possible (5 CP in the optional area).This corresponds to a workload of 150 h/4 weeks (with 37.5 hours per week each). The internship can be done full or part-time.Internship regulations (German) (opens in new tab)
Thesis Requirements: at least 120 CP
Workload: 360 hours
Deadline: 24 weeks
Note This subject can only be taken together with one of the following subjects:
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German Studies (opens in new tab)
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Philosophy (opens in new tab)
Political Science (opens in new tab)
Sociology (opens in new tab)

The Joint Bachelor of Arts combines two equal subjects. The graduation is a Bachelor of Arts. Part-time studies in the Joint Bachelor of Arts (J.B.A.) are only possible for both subjects together. The time from which part-time studies can be taken is defined by the subject with the longest restriction on admission. Possible combinations and the resulting part-time options can be found in this adjacent illustration (German).

Overview workload per semester for subject combinations 9 semesters (German) (opens in new tab)

Overview workload per semester for subject combinations 12 semesters (German) (opens in new tab)

Start semester for part-time studies
Start semester for part-time studies